Stockwell House on North Broadway. Organization of Shriners parade.
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Located on North 28th Street, the Stockwell House was owned by George Stockwell. See - 'Made Big Fight With Assailant', Billings Daily Gazette, October 31, 1909. The lower portion of the building housed stores, while the upper part served as a residential space. Mrs. Stockwell also hosted many weddings in the building. See - 'Weddings, Engagements', Billings Daily Gazette, November 21, 1909. The Chicago building was home to the Bank of Billings. Seen in this photo, it also contained a barber shop and shoe store. The horse drawn coach was provided by the Shriners. Their organization was formed in 1870 and they seek to serve children's hospitals.
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- Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America
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