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Postcard: Arizona: Old Territorial Prison, Yuma
Postcard featuring an illustration of the Old Territorial Prison at Yuma, Arizona. Front caption: "Portion of Ruins of Old Territorial Prison at Yuma, Arizona." Back caption: "Yuma Territorial Prison was built in 1875 as a first attempt by the outraged citizenry to cope with the lawlessness rampant throughout Arizona Territory. The prison was removed to Florence in 1907. Cell blocks and mess hall standing on Prison Hill now house a museum of mementos of the wilder West."
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Special Collections and Archives
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Prison Postcards collection
United States. Arizona