Larry & Lee Ann's Journey travel blog

Entering the Sharlot Hall Building, the primary exhibit hall with two galleries...

Reminds me of our friends Rick & Peggy Kaan in SD!

Bell from Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe Railway, Circa 1910...

The colone's daughter rejecting the brave lieutenant..Not folded fan...I just like the...

Nice...

Neat fire hose...

Who's got a quarter???

Crystal does!

This is what we saw as we cranked the handle to the...

Another quarter went into the till as you can see!

It takes an hour or two if you check each display out...

This puppy is heavvvvvvyyyyyy...

The typical barber shop setting...

Moving on, this neat 1885 Iron Turbine Windmill stands in a serene...

A 1061 replica of the 1st public schoolhouse in the AZ territory,...

Time for a break! Note Crystal in window as she takes this...

Built in 1875, home of John Fremont, 5th territorial governor of Arizona....

Pretty room...

Love the bowl & pitcher...

The Docent told us this is a hair wreath...Interesting

Old photos grace the walls...

Moving on to the Transportation Building...

Larry made a beeline for this...

Info...

1927 Star touring car...

Modoc Twelve-Passenger Concord stage coach, 1867. Pulled with 6 or 8 horses...

Sharlot Hall pic...

1880 wicker-trimmed runabout..Pulled with 1 or 2 horses...

Neat...

Love this sign!

Last shot in the Transportation Building...

This beautiful Victorian home was built in 1877 and moved to the...

It is currently being used as a lovely gift shop...I especially liked...

Well, I hope you enjoyed the museum...We've walked a block or so...

Pretty little creek...

Time to head home...

We move on tomorrow, so see you on down the road!


This is the final post of pics taken at the Sharlot Hall Museum here in Prescott. She was quite a woman. A poet, historian and independent thinker whose passion to preserve the Territorial Governor's Mansion led to the development of this wonderful Museum campus. She resided in the Mansion, moving in in 1927 and opening the museum in 1928. Please keep that in mind as I share more of this interesting place today. Enjoy!



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