Renwick Implement Company
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W.C. Renwick Implement Company operated a warehouse at the corner of South 29th and Minnesota Avenue that burned and was rebuilt in 1924. William C. Renwick was born on April 3, 1871. He was married to Bertha Crowe on April 7, 1894, in the parsonage of Billings' First Methodist Church. He created Renwick Implement Company in 1914 and was a member of the Billings City Council, Yellowstone County Commissioner, and Midland Empire Fair Board. They celebrated their 60th anniversary - The Renwick had a family re-union, with photo, in 1953 - See 'William C. Renwick Home', Billings Gazette, September 13, 1953. My guess is this is Mrs. William C. Renwick with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Berry, and two sons, Bruce Renwick and Edward Renwick. William Renwick died in March, 1962 - see 'William C. Renwick, Early Merchant', Billings Gazette, March 30, 1962.
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