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By Mick Woodcock 

Rough characters or ordinary citizens? That assessment would probably depend on your point of view not only then, but now. It is safe to say that when this photograph was taken, about 1890, the corner of Granite and Goodwin Streets was in the "less reputable" part of town. 

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By Michael Wurtz 

The Sharlot Hall Museum on Gurley Street is more than great exhibits and great programs. The Museum provides a wide range of museum services for the Central Arizona Mountain region. Among the services is an archive that can be classified as one of the finest in the Southwest. Most importantly, the archive stores your history. Whether your family's name is part of Prescott's history, can be found on street signs or businesses, or you moved here this year from one of the large cities on the West Coast, we have your story.

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