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Prescottonians reflect on a landmark making its comeback

Courtesy/Sharlot Hall Museum<br>
This is how the Pine Cone Inn looked in 1935. Located at the south end of Prescott off White Spar Road, many people remember the Inn as “the place to go.”

Courtesy/Sharlot Hall Museum<br> This is how the Pine Cone Inn looked in 1935. Located at the south end of Prescott off White Spar Road, many people remember the Inn as “the place to go.”

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