- DOUGLAS – The lobby of the Gadsden looks like it was transported from somewhere in Europe. It features an elegant white marble staircase, four soaring marble columns topped by capitals decorated in fourteen karat gold leaf, and a balcony that surrounds the entire second story.
- DOUGLAS -- Long before there were Home Depots, there were train depots. But now they are, for the most part, relics of a bygone era. Only about 40 of them remain in Arizona and most are being used for something other than their original purpose of sheltering waiting rail passengers.
- DOUGLAS -- The first North American international airport dedication ceremony was held in Douglas in 1933, and it was a non-alcoholic affair. The airport began operations in 1929 and had an international designation because it was connected to the airport in the border city of Agua Prieta, Mexico, by a common runway.