Thanks Elise, for the heads up on this article that is scheduled to appear. http://www.azcentral.com/community/chandler/articles/0219cr-watertower0220.html
Some of the follow up posts just tear my heart out. Above is one example of our history that was torn down to make way for soccer fields and parking lots. I wonder how the kids who went to this school back in the 1930's felt when it got torn down. I'm glad I got to see it and photograph it, but will my grandkids think that Chandler was always filled with red tile roofs and hairsprayed soccer moms? Why are we in such a hurry to throw things away? Does it prove how successful we are that we don't need to save anything? Isn't this the real reason that the rest of the world doesn't understand Americans? Our disposable society will be exactly what we make of it.