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Downton has given me so much viewing pleasure. The book and specials about the history of the castle have been so well done and make the program all the more enjoyable. Season 3 Premier huge success!! Jan 2014 Season 4 begins! Can't wait!
SHARLOT HALL MUSEUM IN PRESCOTT CELEBRATES 85 YEARS
Eighty five years ago today, June 11th, Sharlot Mabridth Hall achieved her dream to start a museum in Prescott. Miss Hall felt it was important to preserve and protect the important artifacts, photographs and documents - the very tools used to shape frontier Arizona - in a place where they could be shared with and viewed by the public.
Miss Hall began her mission by asking the City of Prescott to lease the old Governor's Mansion to her. Built in 1864 as the first capital of Arizona, the expansive log house was located two blocks west of Prescott's courthouse. After the lease was granted, Miss Hall began the task of cleaning and repairing the treasured landmark in preparation of housing her museum.
On June 11, 1928 Miss Hall welcomed the first guest to her museum. Generations later, millions of people have visited and continue to visit year round. Some even have fond memories of chatting with the lady herself. Sharlot Hall Museum has become a mainstay of history in Prescott and the Central Highlands, just as Miss Hall hoped it would.
Today, Sharlot Hall Museum is just as thankful to the City of Prescott as Miss Hall was 85 years ago. On June 4, Mayor Marlin Kuykendall issued a proclamation declaring June 11, 2013 Sharlot Hall Museum Day, an honor that will carry forward in the years to come. We thank Mayor Kuykendall, the fine citizens of Prescott and our supporters from all over the world, and we look forward serving and educating the public for the next 85 years and beyond.
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Crumbs add up...
Earned over $50! All I did
was invite friends
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GOD, grant me the serenity
reasonably happy in this life, and supremely