O.K. Store


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Unknown Unknown bub8058pb.jpg BU-B-8058 B&W 1400.8058.0002 bub8058pb Print 5x7 Historic Photographs 1890s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives

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The OK Grocery Store, located on the northwest corner of McCormick and Gurley Streets in Prescott, this store was one of two businesses operated by John and Joseph Dougherty. There, the Dougherty brothers argued over whether grading Prescott’s rutted streets should take precedence over improving the town’s water supply.

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