Prescott Frontier Days


Unknown Unknown 1100.2020.0002.jpg Bate Collection, PC-1 B&W 1100-2020-2602 1100.2020.2602 Print 5x7 Photo Collections June 1920s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


View of the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo during the 1920s. This annual event started in 1888 and was first organized by a committee that included Mayor Michael Goldwater, local merchant and grandfather of Senator Barry Goldwater. Photo Courtesy of Sharlot Hall Museum, Call Number 1080.0101.0003, from the Bate Collection, PC-1.


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