M. E. Morin Residence


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M. E. Morin residence, built in 1899, located at 134 North Mt. Vernon Street, Prescott, Arizona.

Misael Edward Morin owned the Prescott Bottling Works in the late 19th century.  He later moved to Phoenix and opened a similar business there.

Morin was killed in a freak accident in 1926 in Phoenix when a 20 gallon keg of root beer exploded at his bottling works, fracturing his skull.


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