Bowers Residence


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Clarissa and Nathan Bowers residence on West Gurley Street in Prescott, Arizona. Includied in the photo are Clarissa Bowers, Nathan Bowers and "the cook".

The home was built by Paul Weber in 1877 or 1878 and was referred to as the Weber Mansion.  Nathan and Clarissa Bowers lived for years at the old Woolsey Ranch near Dewey, Arizona.  Clarissa Bowers was a talented musician with a beautiful voice.  She was also Superintendent of the Marina Street Sunday School after the Bowers moved to town from their Ranch (formerly the King Woolsey Ranch) in Dewey.

Later, the house became the Ensminger's home, and in 1956 it became Prescott Medical.


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