This submission was sent in by eastbayray. He writes: "The Copper Queen was built in 1902 the by the Copper Queen Mining Company, a predecessor to the Phelps Dodge Mining Conglomerate. At the time, Bisbee was the world's largest mining town, with a population of over 20,000, also making it the largest city between New Orleans and San Francisco. The mines were running day and night, and more than forty saloons lined Brewery Gulch, around the corner from the Queen. Times have changed here in Bisbee but one constant has been the Copper Queen. The hotel retains it's beauty and charm, and is said to be home to a friendly ghost who can occasionally be seen wandering the hallways. These urinals are found on the first level, down the hall from the saloon, where personalities such as Teddy Roosevelt and John Wayne have quenched their thirst in the days of yore."