Andrew Moeller residence
detailsD. F. Mitchell Unknown bure4005p.jpg BU-RE-4005 B&W 1407.4005.0000 bure4005p Stereograph Print 3.5x7.5 Historic Photographs 1878 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
On the back of the photo is written "Moehler's House", but this probably is a misspelling. It likely is the home of Andrew Lucian Moeller, one of the wealthiest men in Prescott in its early days. At one time, Mr. Moeller owned 27 lots of land in Prescott, and was the propriteor of the Diana Saloon on Whiskey Row. He also served in the 8th and 9th Territorial Legislatures. He died in 1885. Moeller Street in Prescott is named for him.
On the back on this photo, it is also written that the house had originally been built by Territorial Governor Coles Bashford, who lived there until 1878, and that it had been partially destroyed by fire at some unknown date.
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