Building Descriptions for Downtown Prescott Mural, Prescott, Arizona


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Building Descriptions of Downtown Prescott Mural which can be found at call numbers ST168a and ST168b. The Court House was built in 1878 and added to in 1893. #1--Sam Lee's Restaurant and Short Order House on Whiskey Row. #2--J. L. Fisher General Store #3--The First Courier Building #4--Sam Hill Hardware Store #5--Robert Connell Wholesale and Retail Liquor #6--D. Levy and Company, Groceries #7 and 8-- Palace Bar and the Cabinet Saloon #9--Tough's Hose Cart Stand #10--Kearney's next door to Hotel Burke #11--Hotel Burke, corner of Montezuma and Gurley, opened in 1891. #12--J. W. Wilson Clothing #13--The E. A. Kastner Co. #14--The Bashford-Burmister Company, General Store, established in 1868 #15--R. H. Burmister & Son #16--Sazarac Saloon and Baths #17--M. H. Smith's Meat Market #18--Bone's Cigars #19--Aitken & Robinson Cigar Store #20--George Cook Jeweler #21--Brisley's Drug Store #22--Bank of Arizona, established in 1877 #23--C. C. Bean, Mining #24--The Hawkins Building--The Elks and Knights of Pythias met on the top floor. #25--Office Building #26--The Otis Building, Groceries


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