Hotel Winsor


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Street view of north side of Gurley Street, showing hotel in between Bashford Burmister Company and J.W. Wilson Clothing.

Operated by citizens P.L. Kastner and (first name unknown) Brown, the hotel was opened to the public on November 4, 1893. It featured 24 rooms and a seafood restaurant, Chow & Jim. Source: The Journal Miner.

The Bashford Burmister Company was Prescott's only true department store. William Bashford and Robert H. Burmister opened their store in the fall of 1872 as a general merchandise company.


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