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7V Dude Ranch, Yavapai County, Arizona
Construction of tannery, finished facility, hides used in tanning, Prescott, Arizona
Orchard and vineyards, Clough Ranch, Granite Dells, Prescott, Arizona
A.R. Ranch, Dewey, Arizona
City ball park under construction, Prescott, Arizona
Navajo woman making fry bread
Action at Frontier Days Rodeos, Prescott, Arizona
Hopi Woman Weaving Basket
Go-Shono, Mescalero Apache Medicine Man
Stage Office and Montezuma Street looking north, Prescott, Arizona
Horseback riding group
Indian Woman with Cradle Board
Construction of One of the Smoki Museum Buildings, Prescott, Arizona
Knights Templar, Easter Service, Methodist Church, Prescott, Arizona
Prehistoric dwellings and well, Montezuma Well, Beaver Creek, Arizona
River ranch formerly owned by Governor Thomas Campbell in 1920's and Cooper Morgan in 1960's and 1970's, Paulden, Arizona
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Sam Hill Hardware Store interior, Prescott, Arizona

Sam Hill Hardware Store interior, Prescott, Arizona

Sam Hill Hardware Store interior, Montezuma Street, Prescott, Arizona, C.1915


Train Wreck, Date Creek, Arizona

Train Wreck, Date Creek, Arizona

Train Wreck, Date Creek, Arizona, 1915


Brinkmeyer Bakery interior, Prescott, Arizona

Brinkmeyer Bakery interior, Prescott, Arizona

Brinkmeyer Bakery interior, Montezuma Street, Prescott, Arizona, C.1890


Apache Indians at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona

Apache Indians at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona

Apache Indians at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona, c.1890s


Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, Arizona, C.1900, at the Grand Canyon, in 1910; originally built by James Thurber (not the well-known cartoonist!); the small building to the right is Buckey O'Neill's cabin


West Prescott, Arizona

West Prescott, Arizona

West Prescott, Arizona Area Specifically Western and Garden Streets.


Prescott City Park & Ballfield Grandstand (Ken Lindley Park), Prescott, Arizona

Prescott City Park & Ballfield Grandstand (Ken Lindley Park), Prescott, Arizona

This is the exterior facade of the City's Ball Park Grandstand. Located on the northeast corner of Gurley Street and Washington Avenue in Prescott, Arizona. Since 1908, the area of Prescott now known as Ken Lindley Field has been used as a public park and ballfield. Charles T. and Ada M. Joslin deeded the land to the City of Prescott in 1922. Today this park takes up one entire city block and is bordered by Willis Street to the north, Arizona Ave to the east, Gurley Street to the south and Washington Avenue to the west. In 1931, during the Great Depression, the grandstand was constructed as a City public worked project on the northeast corner of Gurley and Washington streets. The grandstand is constructed of cast concrete in a vernacular style with a slight Art Deco influence. The City Park and Ballfield was renamed the "Ken Lindley Field" in 1971 in memory of Prescott's Chief of Police, who coached and managed youth baseball in Prescott from the 1950s until his death in 1971. Although the field and other City Park facilities have been heavily used over the years, in 1998 and 1999 the City of Prescott restored the unused grandstand for modern use and constructed a snack bar and dining area on the inside curve of the building facing the field. This adaptive use project will allow the facility to continue to be an important part of the park in the future. Generations of Prescott youth have grown up playing sports at this City Park, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Pioneer Hotel, Prescott, Arizona

Pioneer Hotel, Prescott, Arizona

Pioneer Hotel, South Montezuma Street, Prescott, Arizona, C.1869; Don Hatz was its proprietor


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Historic Photographs

The Sharlot Hall Museum Archives preserves and makes available photographs representing several dozen eclectic topics regarding Prescott, surrounding towns, Yavapai County and Arizona.

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