We walked just a few short city blocks to
obtain the next photo.

Again in this location I was unable to
obtain an unobstructed view as there was
a vehicle parked in front I cropped the
photo to obtain the prominent pillars in
the front, but was unable to get the
window as the vehicle was blocking that
angle.

In researching this photo I found that the
building actually started as the H.B.
Ailman house in 1881.  The house was in
the hands of the Hobart family until 1897
when a judge ruled they did not have
ownership of the property.  

From 1908-1926 it was used as a boarding
home.  

From 1926-1931 it was used as the City
Hall

From 1931-1970 it was used as a firehouse

From 1970-present it houses the Silver
City Museum.