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Arizona History: May 2-8

In 1917, the Arizona Legislature appropriated money to purchase the old governor’s mansion at Prescott with the provision that the property should be used as a museum. Sharlot Hall is pictured sitting in the mansion where she established Prescott's museum, circa 1935. She first invited the public to visit on June 11, 1928. (Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives/Courtesy)

In 1917, the Arizona Legislature appropriated money to purchase the old governor’s mansion at Prescott with the provision that the property should be used as a museum. Sharlot Hall is pictured sitting in the mansion where she established Prescott's museum, circa 1935. She first invited the public to visit on June 11, 1928. (Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives/Courtesy)

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