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  • Schools - Washington School

    Newspaper articles from the Daily Courier concerning the history of Washington School, 1903-2015, and commemoration ceremony program dated May 1, 2015.

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  • Veteran's Memorial Island

    Program from the re-dedication of Veteran's Memorial Island dated November 11, 2009.

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  • Utilities - Electricity

    Newspaper articles regarding the use of electricity in the late 1890's in Yavapai County. Article entitled "The History of Prescott Electric Company Steam Plant". Prescott Gas and Company Record of Electric Consumers, dated May 1, 1912. Sharlot Hall Museum Gazette Journal dated December 1990 article entitiled "Light up the Plaza! Electricity on the Arizona Frontier. "

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  • Schools - Prescott Faculty & Staff

    Prescott school records list from 1900 - 1901, newspaper articles , copies of photographs, regarding faculty in the Prescott school district.

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  • Ranches & Ranching - American Ranch

    Transcript from speech written by Danny Freeman presented to the Prescott Corral of the Westerners on June 11, 1994 entitled American Ranch (Cook-out at the American Ranch). The American Ranch was established by J. H. Lee in 1864 and his wife Agnes Adaline (Taylor) Lee.

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  • Races - Auto & Plane

    Newspaper articles from the Arizona Republic dated 12/8/75, authored by Lowell Parker (3 part series) regarding the first great Los Angeles - Phoenix cross country automobile race. This race began on Monday, November 9th 1908 and this race took 30 hours and 36 minutes actual running time. This race was repeated in 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 & the final race was run in 1914. Also includes a 3 part newspaper article also written by Lowell Parker regarding Cal Rodgers and his "flying machine". Rodgers attempted to become the first man to cross the continent by air.

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  • Prescott Plaza Fountain - Ermintrude

    Timeline and newspaper articles regarding the building of the Prescott Plaza Fountain, named "Ermintrude", located on the Yavapai County Courthouse Square. Work was started on July 1, 1910, It was the largest fixture in the territory, weighing 4000 pounds and having a height of 26 feet. The fountain was taken down in 1969 when it was discovered that a snowstorm had cracked one of the bowls on the statue.It stayed in storage until 1976 when the fountain was repaired and re-installed. Lady Ermintrude was restored and re-installed 6/26/2018

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  • Prescott Dog Parks

    Newspaper articles dating June 25, 2014, November 21, 2014 and December 11, 2014 regarding the renovation of the Prescott Willow Creek Dog Park.

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  • Prescott - City of - Sesquincentennial

    Newspaper articles regarding the celebration of the City of Prescott Sesquincentennial (150 year) on June 1, 2014.

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  • Prescott - City of - Jail

    Newspaper articles regarding the construction of the Prescott City Jail, which opened October 1, 1894.

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  • Pah- Ute County (AZ Lost County)

    Arizona Miner August 22, 1866 article regarding Pah-Ute County that is know as Arizona's Lost County. This county was originally part of Arizona but was claimed for the state of Nevada on March 1, 1866 as an extension of Nevada's Nye County. Includes history of Pah-Ute County.

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  • 9/11/2001 Response - Yavapai County

    Newspaper articles dating from September 11, 2001 thru September 23,2001 regarding the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, NY.

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  • National Forests, Parks & Monuments - General Crook Trail

    Newspaper article from the Arizona Republic Sunday Magazine Supplement (Arizona dated July 25, 1971, written by James E. Cook entitled "The General's Shortcut" regarding Crook's Trail (or General Crook's Road). Located along the Mogollon Rim. This was Arizona's first designated state historic trail. Brochure entitled Retracing the General Crook Trail, A Bicentennial Project by Eldon G. Bowman Northern Arizona University 1978. Also includes Bowman's "Guide to the General Crook Trail". This trail was originally called the Zane Grey Trail.

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  • Museums & Historical Societies - Desert Caballeros Western Museum

    Newspaper articles regarding the Desert Caballeros Western Museum located in Wickenburg AZ. The museum was destroyed by fire December 21,1972 and finally rebuilt in December 1975.

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