Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, AZ Photos

Built around the log Governor's Mansion (1864), several other heritage buildings are added with artifacts dating from their respective eras. A highlight is native American art.

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Yauapai basket in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Yauapai basket in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Oblong basket by Mary of Peeples Valley in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Military artifacts from Fort Whipple in Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.
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Windmill at 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.Pewter table setting in log Governor's Mansion at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Bedroom suite in Victorian building at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.
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Front porch of Victorian Gothic building at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Stained glass window of Victorian Gothic building at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.Lace screen of conservatory in of Victorian Gothic building at Sharlot Hall Museum. Prescott, AZ.

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