Brinkmeyer's Hotel


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Corner view of hotel and its restaurant and bakery.

Henry Brinkmeyer bought the hotel in 1890, and it stayed in operation until the early 1970s, surviving past the death of Henry in 1941 and his son Henry Jr. in 1957. The first hotel burned in the downtown Prescott fire of 1900, but the 1901 brick replacement building remains in the 100 block of North Montezuma Street. Current businesses in the structure include El Charro and Sundance's Place. Source: The Daily Courier: Memory of Little Brinkmeyer Twins Now Will Live on.


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