Phoenix, Arizona. Most think of our city as an arid desert, filled with cowboys, horses and cacti. Take a look at the Phoenix/Metro region through the lens of a quasi-native photographer and see the off the beaten path of people, places and culture.
The Friendly House
113 W. Sherman Street
Established in 1920, Friendly House was part of a new national settlement house project of the federal government to assist both new immigrants to the United States and the poor.
While programs of Friendly House continue to expand addressing the needs of its constituency, the emphasis is still on the education of our youth, employment and training, social services and adult education. Annually, Friendly House serves 40,000 families, youth and children building success and independence for a better America.
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