Christmas 1921 in Prescott would see several dances, children’s events, charitable acts, and a new set of street lights for downtown. It would prove a season bright in every way.
December 19, 2021
1921: A Christmas Season Bright
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Labels: business, Chamber of Commerce, Christmas, copper, Depot, Entertainment, Ft. Whipple, History, Monday Club, Plaza, Prescott, Prescott National Forest, Yavapai Club
Location: Prescott, AZ, USA
December 5, 2021
1934: Christmas Spirits Prevail!
|Pioneers' Home, Christmas Dinner|
As Christmas 1934 approached, the Great Depression was hanging on doggedly. Yet by this time people were anxious to begin to get back to normal. Although money and (due to prohibition,) whiskey was scarce, people adapted and determined to make the season bright.
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