Old building on NW corner of Main and 10th
Posted by Berta (+28) 16 days ago
I remember a small old building, perhaps log, that sat on the corner across the street from the library. It had a boardwalk entry, as the building sat back a bit from the main sidewalk. Not sure if it was a pawnshop, or some sort of tool sales. This would have been 1949 or so. There was a bakery in the building next to it (The Masonic building, I think.) The lot eventually became a gas station.

Is there any source for information about buildings during the 40s-50s?

Thank you.
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Posted by Karen L. Morris (+1925) 16 days ago
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I'm not sure if this is helpful, but it is interesting. This is from page 44 of the Centennial Roundup (Miles City 1887-1987) published by the Miles City Star in 1987. This was written by Jean Freese and one of my best recommendations for a local expert would be Amorette. She addressed a lot of my questions when she was at the Historic Preservation Office (not certain what happened to all of the Historic Preservation Office things). I may be able to run something else down here, but thought this was at least a start so you knew someone was paying attention and interested, as well. For what it's worth, 20 years ago, Amorette said there were still copies available.



[Edited by Karen L. Morris (1/6/2022 6:09:48 PM)]
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11808) 16 days ago
I'm thinking Krause gun repair but that may be wrong. I'd have to dig a bit.
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