Yuma Territorial Prison – Yuma AZ

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Description

In 1939-1940, the City of Yuma secured New Deal funding through the National Youth Administration to put unemployed youth to work.

The City of Yuma ran the former Yuma Territorial Prison as a museum from 1940-1961.

Source notes

https://www.yumaprison.org/documents/Parks-Master-Plan-2015.pdf

Project originally submitted by Harvey Smith on February 10, 2019.

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Location Info


220 Prison Hill Rd.
Yuma, AZ 85364

Coordinates: 32.727049, -114.614955

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