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  • Sharlot Hall Museum - Governor's Mansion

    Newpaper articles , Arizona Crossroads - ABC-8 script, dated April 17, 1955 entitled "The Governor's Mansion That Belonged to a Church." , correspondence. Program from the Governor's Mansion Reopening dated June 4, 1983.Copy of House Bill No. 179 which established the restoration and preservation of the Governor's Mansion. Chronology of the 1864 Governor's Mansion.

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  • Sharlot Hall Museum - Ft. Misery

    Newspaper articles regarding the moving of Fort Misery, originally located in the Bradshaw Mountains to Sharlot Hall Museum in 1934. Includes the specifications, plans and memoranda regarding Ft. Misery. Also includes Sharlot Hall Museum Docent Manual for Ft. Misery.

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  • Sharlot Hall Museum - Exhibits

    Brochure for the Sharlot Hall Museum exhibit entitled "The Quilts of Emma Andres and her Contemporaries (1930 - 1940)

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  • Sharlot Hall Museum - Bashford House

    Newspaper articles, Arizona Highways Magazine article regarding the preservation and moving of the Bashford House to Sharlot Hall Museum. Includes Bashford House/Questers Dedication speech dated July 30, 2003. Correspondence,history and list of residents of the Bashford House.

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  • Sharlot Hall Museum - Collections

    Autumn 1981 article of the Diversions (Northern Arizona's Cultural Magazine) containing article written by Angie Henrie entitled "Sharlot Hall Museum From out of the Past". Nomination form for the Territorial Women's Memorial Rose Garden. Brochures, and visitors guide. Invitation for the dedication of the Governor John C. Fremonth House, January 19, 1975.

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  • Ranches & Ranching - Stories

    Newspaper articles regarding various ranching stories. Includes A Walnut Grove Christmas - Budge Ruffner Days Past articles The Cowboy Primer The "Real Onery, Man-eatingm Can't Be Rode Bronco" The Round Up Cook - Will C. Barnes Pioneer Cow Days in Arizona - Sharlot Hall List of sources and collateral reading The Yavapai Land - How it changed A Day at an Arizona Ranch Photographing the Cowboy as he disappears The Evolution of the Saddle The Evolution of a Cowhide - Charles H. Coe Critters & Characters - Jonathan E. Peek

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  • Museums & Historical Societies - Prescott Historical Society

    Newspaper article regarding the establishment of the Prescott Historical Society dated May 18, 1929. States "according to the incorporation articles, the purpose of the society is 'to preserve, maintain and perpetuate the gubernatorial mansion in Prescott, Arizona; and to carry on a historical and educational society; to conduct and carry on investigations and expeditions into the geological and anthropological life of this section; to publish pamphlets and reports; to conduct a library; and to collect museum specimens at the headquarters of the society.' The headquarters was established in the old governor's mansion, now known as Sharlot Hall Museum. Also includes article written by Kathy Krause dated March 3, 2012 entitled "History of Prescott's Sharlot Hall Museum : Part II 1944-1977.

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  • Prescott Consortium for Humanistic Planning

    Agenda, meeting notes, goal and objective statements for the Prescott Consortium for Humanistic Planning which was held on May 25th 1975 at Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, AZ. Also includes an article entitled Century III Communities Program summary description written by Clark H. Wilson, October 19, 1975. Includes a copy of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 and a brochure entitled "Housing Issues" produced by the City of Tucson Planning Division, Town of South Tucson, Pima County Planning Department, Pima Association of Governments and the Tucson Area Transportation Agency. Includes brochure entitled Prescott Looks to the Future Questionnaire.

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  • Poetry

    Copies of different poetry collections including "Arizona" ,"Hobo Miners and Others" by Joe R. Lazure, Poens by W. W. Bass, "Rymes of the Frontier" by "Texas Bob Heckle" , "Fenced Trails and other poems by Bruce Brockett", presented by Charles Franklin Parker, "Thoughts on Turning Seventy" by Bud Brown, 2002 "A Harvest of Poetry : An Anthology of Poems, by Young Poets in Prescott Unified School District". Newspaper articles regarding Arizona Poetry and article regarding Sharlot Hall, Poet Laureate

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  • Native Plants

    Sharlot Hall Museum research paper written by Helen M. Gasko, March 3, 2004 entitled "The Ethnobotany of Rhus Trilobata". (Also known as skunkbush, three-leaved or lobed sumac, lemon berry, squawbush, red berry and ill-scented sumac.

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  • National Forests, Parks & Monuments - Grand Canyon

    This category is contained in 2 files. Newspaper articles, Arizona Highway Magazines, article, Sharlot Hall Gazette article entitled, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band,, National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form for the El Tovar Stables and Blacksmith Shop, Article regarding Bessie Hyde, the first woman to ride the Colorado River, written by Norm Tessman. Chronology of the Grand Canyon Trails. "Julius Farlee, John Hance, W.W. Bass and the Birth of Grand Canyon Tourism, 1883 - 1893."

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  • National Forests, Parks & Monuments - Forest Service

    US Department of Agriculture Forest Service Circular No. 38 (Second Edition) written by Gifford Pinchot, Forester, dated 1906, entitled "The Forest Service : What it is and how it deals with forest problems. Brochure entitled " National Forest Recreation Areas requiring annual, daily of other entrance permits under the land & water conservation fund act of 1965, Southwest Region. This brochure includes a list of all designated recreation areas (campgrounds and picnic grounds) in the National Forests of the Southwest Region subject to entrance fees.Correspondence from the USDA to Sharlot Hall regarding "My Story of the Range". Various newspaper articles regarding the national forests and logging. Also includes a Cultural Resource Management brochure entitled Preservation Planning: Ensuring a Future for Our Past. published by the US Department of the Interior National Park Service Cultural Resources.

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  • Military - Indian Fights

    Various articles regarding Indian Fights in Arizona. Includes the following titles: I Was There When the Old Fort Was Built by Ralph Murphy The Changes in the Duncan Organization The Freeman Fight in Skull Valley as told by Judge E. W. Wells Indian Killings by Sharlot Hall Apache Raids on Frontier Ranches and Mines by Viola Ransom Wood Memorable Indian Fights by West Coast Magazine, 1908 Excerpts from The Massacre of the Mountains by J. P. Dunn, M.S., L.L.B. The Battle of Big Dry Wash - Copy from the National Archives

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  • Cemetery - Arizona Pioneer's Home

    Burial register for Arizona Pioneer's Home Cemetery and information regarding the renovation of the Grave Site of Sharlot Hall.

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