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Built in 1890, this was one of the earliest businesses built on the city's Main Street. During the late territorial and early statehood times, this store was one of the leading firms in Florence.

The Florence General Store, a unique country store, is set in the Historic Town of Florence, Arizona. The territoral townsite of Florence was founded in 1867. Many of the original building still exist and are undergoing restoration to their orginal appearance.

The General Store, changing owners over time, supplied many of the town's needs by providing general merchandise.

Location: 110 N Main, Florence Arizona 85232 Telephone 520-868-5748

Other History nearby:
(Chandler) Arizona Railway Museum
(Phoenix) Arizona State Capitol Museum
(Mesa) Arizona Temple Visitors' Center
(Coolidge) Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
(Florence) Florence General Store
(Sacaton) Gila Indian Center

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