|Hill Street & Clark Street
|The Eagle's Nest is the first house
one sees on the left entering Jerome on
89A from Prescott. I lived there when I
drew it. Part of the view from there is in
the drawing to the right.
|Deming ~ Fensler House is the first
one sees on the right entering Jerome
at the high end of town.
House, at left, is
even higher than
the Eagle's Nest.
Just beyond it is the
pictured at right.
|I just had to lavish space on this drawing of Clark Street Elementary School
because it was such a challenge. Perhaps this will give one who has never visited
Jerome a perspective on how we perch on the side of the mountain. This has been
recently restored to house Town Hall, the Jerome Library, and to fulfill other civic
functions. I am proud of my role in saving this building by getting a new roof on it when I
served Jerome as Councilperson and property commissioner. This is also featured on a
canvas book bag available at the Jerome Library.
is next along Clark
Street. It features
like many Jerome
|The Reese Apartments are more
often called Walsh's. Yes, they are
occupied, although the garage is no
|The Jerome Palace
|View from Delores' is the (typically Jerome)
empty foundations that begin Hill Street. I drew this
from an upstairs window in the phone company
building. This is the beginning of Hill Street.
|Some drawings can be viewed full screen. Those
with that option have a * by their titles. Left-click
your mouse on these. Clark Street continues on the
next page, Company Hill.
|Is so named because the chief
surgeon for the mines lived here.
|Jerome Pages by
Hill & Clark
Color Images II
State Historic Park
Indian Ruins I
Indian Ruins II
Grateful Dead in
|United Verde Hospital
looms above Jerome on Hill Street.
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image, place your mouse over it.
Dimensions are in inches.
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