Howey Hall & Prescott Firehouse


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On the left side of the Fire Department building is Howey Hall, the site of Prescott's present day City Hall. Howey Hall, on the southeast corner of Cortez and Goodwin Streets, was under construction when Michael Goldwater (future co-owner of the Goldwater Store) visited Prescott in the early summer of 1876. The second floor of Howey Hall contained a large multipurpose room, which was used as the meeting place of the first Masonic Lodge in Arizona.


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