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Apr 042014
 
Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society By 1900, Holbrook’s commercial district on the south side of the railway tracks included (left to right) the H.H. Scorse home, a livery stable, the narrow Louie Ghuey Cafe, the owner of which was also the town’s photographer, the Cottage Saloon, which later was more commonly known as the Bucket of Blood Saloon, Frank Wattron’s Holbrook Drug Co. and A.B. Schuster’s.

Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society
By 1900, Holbrook’s commercial district on the south side of the railway tracks included (left to right) the H.H. Scorse home, a livery stable, the narrow Louie Ghuey Cafe, the owner of which was also the town’s photographer, the Cottage Saloon, which later was more commonly known as the Bucket of Blood Saloon, Frank Wattron’s Holbrook Drug Co. and A.B. Schuster’s.

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