Jack Stewart's Phoenix Legacy Focus of ACC's Jan/Feb Issue

January 3, 2019


ACC magazine begins our eighth year of publication with issue #31 focused on Jack Stewart’s Phoenix Legacy.  


We examine his Stewart Construction Co., Stewart Motor Co., which later became Circles Records, and “The Stewart” high-rise, one of Phoenix’s most controversial recent projuects.


This renaissance man also dabbled in oil wells in California, manganese mines in Arizona, qualified for the U.S. Open in golf four times, and, reportedly, enjoyed a game of badminton.


Copies are available by subscription or at Books on 7th Avenue in Phoenix, or at the Ignite Sign Museum in Tucson. 




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