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  • Color mural of Downtown, Prescott, Arizona

    Color painted mural of Downtown Prescott based on a black and white photo taken before the fire of July, 1900. Montezuma, Goodwin, and Cortez Streets showing Yavapai County Courthouse, Sam Hill Hardware, Goldwater Store, and Odd Fellows Lodge, Prescott, Arizona, c. 1890s. Black and white photo can be found at call number ST168a and descriptions of each building can be found at ST168c. Actual color mural is now hanging inside Wells Fargo Bank at Frontier Village.

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  • Panoramic Photo of Downtown, Prescott, Arizona

    Black & white panoramic photo of Downtown Prescott taken before the fire of July, 1900. Montezuma, Goodwin, and Cortez Streets showing Yavapai County Courthouse, Sam Hill Hardware, Goldwater Store, and Odd Fellows Lodge, Prescott, Arizona, c. 1890s Painted color mural can be found at call number ST168b and descriptions of each building can be found at ST168c. Actual color mural is now hanging inside Wells Fargo Bank at Frontier Village.

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  • Rivers & Creeks - Verde River

    Verde Independent Newspaper 2/27/1990 article regarding early floods on the Verde River. May 1999 River Magazine Article entitled "Verde River Wild and Scenic Whitewater in Arizona" by Norm Tessman. Journal of the Southwest, Volume 31 Number 2 Summer 1989 article entitled "Battle for the Verde River: Arizona's Other River Controversy". United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Engineering Report on Verde Project dated August, 1934.

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  • Divorces

    Newspaper articles regarding divorces that were granted in Yavapai County from 1888 - 1902. One (1) article by Mary Melcher, "Divorce in the Desert: Unhappy Marriages and Female Autonomy in Arizona, 1870-1930," Journal of Arizona History Winter 2018 (Volume 59, Number 4): 279-304.

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  • Cities & Towns - Oak Creek Canyon

    Brochure for Call of the Canyon Resort and newspaper articles regarding Oak Creek Canyon.

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  • Call, Anson

    Personal history regarding Colorado River explorer Anson Call.

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  • Riddle, Maclaren

    INFO: He was a veteran of WWI. Had lived in Congress for a number of years. Graveside services were held at the Congress Cemetery, Yavapai, Arizona.

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  • Worthy, Louise D

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 3 Jan 1973: Had resided at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray Provost, since 1960. Survivors included her daughters, Mrs. Ray Provost and Mrs. Petronella Russell, both of Prescott; 2 sons, Jack of Pontiac, Michigan and Lewis of Imlay City, Michigan; 13 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren. Services were to be in Imlay City, Michigan with interment following in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery in that city. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the local arrangements.

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  • Hogeboom, Any

    OBIT: 15 May 1970: Came to Arizona about 1952 and then moved to Prescott from Phoenix about 1955. Was a member of the Mt. Artists Guild of Prescott and was a nationaly known authoress of children's books. Survivors included a brother, John L. of Clearwater, Florida and number nieces and nephews. Services were held in the Chapel of the Garden followed by cremation.

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  • Lopez, Josefina

    Social Security Number issued Flagstaff, Coconino, AZ; SSDI; Obit Prescott Daily Courier; Chino Valley Funeral Home assisted the family.

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  • Stambaugh, Lillian G

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott and Arizona for 31 years. COD: myocardial failure due to arteriosclerotic heart disease. Remains were taken to the Greenwood Memorial Park in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona for the final arrangements., OBIT: She came to Arizona from Philadelphia where she had been a nurse for many years. Survivors included her son, William of Prescott; a sister, Miss Eleanor Graham of Mercer; 2 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and number nieces and nephews, all out of state.

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  • Broadgate, Edith F

    OBIT: 15 Mar 1974: Came to Arizona in 1905 and to Prescott in 1933. Her husband and son had developed a number of mining properties in the state. She had NO survivors. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arangements. Cremation was to following the services.

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  • Call, Lloyd L

    Had lived in Arizona for 13 years, previous residence was in California. COD: cardio-respsiratory arrest due to CVA. Sedona Crematory and Westcott Funeral Home in Cottonwood were in charge of the arrangements. YCRR

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  • Sullivan, Edward Mc Call

    Was a life long resident of Arizona. COD: cancer. Mt. View Crematory and Heritage Memory Mortuary were in charge of the arrangements. YCRR

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  • Rodl, Mable A

    Had lived in Arizona for 6 months, previous residence was in East Moline, Illinois. Survivors included her husband, Rudolph of Prescott; 4 brothers, Andrew, Jim and Howard Wright of Iowa and George of Illinois; 2 sisters, Margaret Deautromont of Iowa and Mildred Frank of Wisconsin and number nieces and nephews. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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