First National Bank


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This photograph is looking west down Gurley Street, which is the main street that passes through downtown Prescott, Arizona.  In the foreground at right is the First National Bank.  This bank sits on the northeast corner of Gurley and Cortez Streets and includes the law offices of John Sullivan on top floor. Cortez Street is the dividing street between East Gurley and West Gurley.  The photo shows the various businesses along West Gurley Street such as Bashford-Burmister, Owl Drugstore and the St. Regis Hotel on the corner of Montezuma and West Gurley Street.  The iconic Thumb Butte is in the background.


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