Seligman Railroad Hotel, Seligman, Arizona


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Porch view of the hotel. Pictured are (left to right) Proprietor Joseph Myers, Theo. J. Pomeroy, Unknown, Mrs. McCarly & Daughter, May E. Myers, Chas Myers, and Unknown.

The Seligman Railroad Hotel was also referred to as the Havasu Harvey House. The building was constructed in 1903 by Seligman local Fred Harvey. It was opened in March 1887 as a hotel by Joseph Myers. The hotel was also known as the Prescott Junction Railroad Hotel because another rail line met up with the Santa Fe line and continued south into Prescott. During World War II, trains carrying soldiers to the west coast for trips overseas would stop at the hotel for lodging and meals. Source: Arizona Preservation Foundation: "Historic Seligman hotel will be demolished."


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