Forester Jeweler and W.W. Clarke Grimstad
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Forester Jeweler with Grimstad & Brown, Lawyers, W.W. Clarke, Montana Silo Company, and Northwestern Mill Construction Company, on the second floor. Charles W. Forester ran a jewelry store. O. King Grimstad & Rockwood Brown, Attorneys, were both graduates of the University of Michigan Law School in 1911. They opened their practice in Billings in December, 1911. Grimstad and Brown had extensive land holdings, oil investments, and operated a sheep ranch near Custer by the 1920s. Rockwood Brown was appointed to the state water conservation board in 1937. See biography about O. King Grimstad in Montana, its Story and Biography; a History of Aboriginal and Territorial Montana and Three Decades of Statehood, edited by Tom Stout, 1921.
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Men--Clothing & dress--1910-1920
- Billings, Montana;
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