Gilbert Bradley, Clarence Black and their wives and friends at the new location for the Old Pueblo Club atop the Tucson Federal Tower on Stone Ave. downtown in July 1966. Stone Avenue is in the background.

The 860 members of the Old Pueblo Club in Tucson got new digs in July, 1966. The club moved from a two-story historic building on South Stone Ave. to the 21st floor of the new Tucson Federal Tower, also on Stone north of Congress. The new quarters included a formal lobby, cocktail lounge and bar and glass-walled main dining room surrounded by a promenade for viewing the city. Other accommodations included a men’s-only bar and grill, sauna baths and showers, card rooms, a billiard room and a library. For more photos of the Old Pueblo Club and of Tucson in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, go to tucson.com/retrotucson

Tucson CitizeN 1966

Gilbert Bradley, Clarence Black and their wives and friends sit at the new location for the Old Pueblo Club in July 1966. The club had recently moved from a two-story historic building on South Stone Avenue to the 21st floor of the new Tucson Federal Tower, on Stone north of Congress. The new quarters included a formal lobby, a cocktail lounge and bar, and a glass-walled main dining room surrounded by a promenade for viewing the city. For more photos of Tucson in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, go to tucson.com/retrotucson