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Arizona Governor’s Mansion (access required)

The Governor’s Mansion in Prescott was built for $6,000 and was the meeting place for the first Territorial Legislature in 1864. Today it serves as the Sharlot Hull Museum.

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The old Clifton jail, probably taken in about 1900.

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