Prescott, AZ Photos

When Arizona became a US territory in 1863, Lincoln named Prescott the capital because of its gold mining wealth. Today, Prescott's heritage buildings are preserved & well marked for travelers.

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Prescott view. Prescott, AZ.Hassayampa Inn. Prescott, AZ.Public library. Prescott, AZ.First Congregational Church. Prescott, AZ.
Overview of the town. Prescott, AZ.Hassayampa Inn (1927) (122 E. Gurley St.). Prescott, AZ. Architect: Trost & Trost.Public library (1903) at Gurley & Marina Sts. Prescott, AZ. Architect: Maxwell & Sines. On National Register.First Congregational Church (1904) (216 E. Gurley St.). Prescott, AZ. On National Register.
First Congregational Church. Prescott, AZ.Dr. Warren E. Day Octagon. Prescott, AZ.Bank of Arizona Building. Prescott, AZ.Masonic Temple & Prescott National Bank. Prescott, AZ.
First Congregational Church parsonage (1899) (214 E. Gurley St.). Prescott, AZ. Style: Queen Anne. On National Register.Dr. Warren E. Day Octagon (1877) (212 E. Gurley St.) constructed as medical clinic. Prescott, AZ. On National Register.Bank of Arizona Building (1900) (101 E. Gurley St.) with corner entrance. Prescott, AZ. Style: Second Renaissance Revival.Masonic Temple (1900) & Prescott National Bank (1902). Prescott, AZ. Style: Neoclassical & early Chicago style.
Bashford building. Prescott, AZ.Montezuma Street. Prescott, AZ.Palace Hotel. Prescott, AZ.Palace Hotel. Prescott, AZ.
Bashford building (106 Cortez). Prescott, AZ.Montezuma Street heritage buildings including Palace Hotel. Prescott, AZ.Palace Hotel swinging doors (rebuilt after fire of 1900) (120 S. Montezuma St.). Prescott, AZ. On National Register.Palace Hotel hardwood bar saved from fire of 1900. Prescott, AZ.
Palace Hotel. Prescott, AZ.Palace Hotel. Prescott, AZ.Hotel St. Michael. Prescott, AZ.Yavapai County Courthouse. Prescott, AZ.
Palace Hotel Diebold Safe filigree. Prescott, AZ.Palace Hotel tin ceiling. Prescott, AZ.Hotel St. Michael (1900) (102 S. Montezuma St.) guests included Teddy Roosevelt, Tom Mix, Zane Grey. Prescott, AZ. Style: Italianate. Architect: D.W. Millard & Son.Yavapai County Courthouse (1916). Prescott, AZ. Architect: William N. Bowman & Rogers & Ashton.
Cowboy sculpture. Prescott, AZ.Cowboy sculpture. Prescott, AZ.Sam'l Hill Hardware store. Prescott, AZ.J.I. Gardner Store. Prescott, AZ.
Cowboy at Rest sculpture by Solon Hannibal Borglum. Prescott, AZ.Roughrider bronze sculpture by Solon Hannibal Borglum. Prescott, AZ.Sam'l Hill Hardware store (1900) (154 S. Montezuma St.). Prescott, AZ.J.I. Gardner Store (1890) (201 N. Cortez St.) 19th c mercantile now Murphy's Restaurant. Prescott, AZ. On National Register.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Prescott, AZ.Queen Anne house. Prescott, AZ.Santa Fe Railroad Depot. Prescott, AZ.Jake Marks house. Prescott, AZ.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church (1894-6) (208 N. Marina St.). Prescott, AZ. Architect: Frank Parker. On National Register.Queen Anne house at N. Marina & Willis Sts. Prescott, AZ.Santa Fe Railroad Depot (1907) now a marketplace. Prescott, AZ. Style: Mission revival.Jake Marks house detail of front porch (1894) (203 East Union St.). Prescott, AZ. Style: Queen Anne. Architect: W.R. Norton.
C.A. Peter house. Prescott, AZ.Henry Goldwater house. Prescott, AZ.Victorian houses. Prescott, AZ.Vendome Hotel. Prescott, AZ.
C.A. Peter house (1898) (211 East Union St.). Prescott, AZ. Style: Queen Anne.Henry Goldwater house (late 1890s) (217 East Union St.). Prescott, AZ. Style: Queen Anne. Architect: W.R. Norton.Blue house at South Cortez & East Carleton. Prescott, AZ. Style: Queen Anne.Vendome Hotel (1920s) (230 S. Cortez St.) opened as a sanatorium. Prescott, AZ. On National Register.
Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.


Log cabin which was Arizona Governor's Mansion (1865) when Prescott was territorial capital at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.



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