1901 Fire
As reported in the July 4, 1901 Arizona Silver Belt

The third disastrous fire in the history of Globe destroyed 25 buildings on north Broad Street occurring on July 2, 1901.  At about half past four o’clock, the fire has its beginning in one of the rear rooms of the Allison lodgings over Parker’s blacksmith and wagon shop, a large frame building.  It may have been started from a candle left burning.

Members of the Pioneer Hose Company responded promptly and within five of six minutes after the alarm sounded they were at the scene and had two streams playing.  The flames, fanned by a strong northwest wind, continued to attack buildings on the east side of Broad Street.  Under these discouraging conditions it seemed impossible for the fire company to accomplish any good, but the teams stuck to their posts and their work began to be effective.  The losses amounted to $47,000.

1894 Fire
As reported in the July 4, 1901 Arizona Silver Belt

Globe’s most disastrous fire occurred on the morning of June 9, 1894.  Forty buildings, two-thirds of the business part of town was destroyed by fire. It was discovered at 2 o’clock in the morning and was followed by the ringing of the church bell.

The fire originated in the rear of Rolling & Rogers saloon and was supposed to have started from a pile of discarded ashes.  The fierce flames spread north and south until the whole block was a blaze.  It then continued moving northeast consuming every structure on the east side of Broad Street.  Two-thirds of the business part of town including the foot bridge across Pinal Creek were destroyed by fire.

Goods and fixtures of every description were carried out of the stores and saloons and piled in a disordered mass in the street where they caught fire and increased the danger and confusion.  The losses amounted to $112,000.

1885 Fire
As reported in the July 4, 1901 Arizona Silver Belt

April 2, 1885, at three o’clock in the morning, fire broke out in the Pascoe House, a hotel.  The hotel, Silver Belt building, McCabe’s law office and Alex Love’s saloon were destroyed.  Westmeyer’s adobe store building stopped the progress of the fire north.  However, the stores and saloons in the block lost considerably through the removal of goods.  Mr. Bob Robbins who was on the roof of the Bohse’s building when it collapsed was fatally hurt.  He died in the hospital of concussion of the brain.  The losses amounted to $25,000.

Globe's April 2, 1885 Fire,
Globe's April 2, 1885 Fire,
Globe's most disastrous fire, June 9, 1894.
Globe's most disastrous fire, June 9, 1894.
Globe Fire Unknown Date.
Globe Fire Unknown Date.