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    Default Pearce, Arizona General Store

    Is the old merchantile in Pearce still open as a museum and if so, what days/hours?


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    I drove through Pearce a few months ago. A woman who runs a pottery shop directly across the street from the old mercantile said it's only opened a few times a year.

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    According to information that I just got from another source the stores does open once a year at close to Thanksgiving and a festival is held which includes music and food. Might be worth checking out.

    My grandmother who passed away a year ago once told me that my great grandfather contemplated purchasing the store many years ago.


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    Default Pierce, Arizona General Store

    Somewher in my collection of photos, I've got a few photos, taken about twenty years ago, inside the Pierce General Store, showing the 'antiques' that were for sale. Everything from lace up grannie boots (that are now back in style) to ice skates (who would want to buy ice skates in Pierce, Arizona?)

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    The only time I was inside the store was back in the summer of 1990 after it was converted into a museum, but you could still purchase a soft drink.


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    Default Just visited

    Hey - I just visited Pearce AZ. Okay I lied , I went to this site.
    http://www.oldpearcestore.com/
    I was having trouble remembering where it was. Didn't want to sound like a fool so I looked it up.

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