Prescott National Bank
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This photograph shows the Prescott National Bank on the northeast corner of East Gurley Street and North Cortez Street. The building to the left is the Masonic Temple, which was built in 1903.
Originally the Prescott State Bank, it was organized under the name Prescott National Bank in 1893. The driving force and first president was F.M. Murphy. Vice president was M. Goldwater and the cashier was R. C. Woodruff. In 1913 bank officers were R.N. Fredericks, Morris Goldwater, F. G. Brecht, H.A. Cheverton, L.C. Derrick, and P.H. Deming.
The Prescott National Bank was a major factor in the building up of Prescott and the surrounding country.
Yavapai magazine, December 1917
Who’s Who in Arizona, Vol. 1
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