On December 24th, the weather was not so good.
The day before, the sky had darkened, and it looked as if it might snow.
It was pretty cold in Phoenix that winter, but snow was rare. The children were looking forward to it, though, hoping for a snowy Christmas.
While children were hoping for snow on this special day, treasure hunters were drinking hot coffee in hopes of warmer weather, as their protest was to be held outdoors.
They were going to gather in the central plaza next to the Arizona State Capital building.
This building was located in Phoenix and was tall and magnificent. Once home to the Arizona state legislature and many state offices, the towering structure was now a museum.
Originally built to show Arizona's determination to become a state, it opened in 1889 and the state legislature moved in in 1900.
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