• Eaton Metal Products Company

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    The Albert N. Eaton Metal company of Omaha and Denver first entered Montana at Great Falls in 1928. They manufactured oil tanks of various types - See 'Steel Plant to Open Here in Sixty Days', Billing…

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  • George L. Tracy Building

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    One of series of warehouse buildings built trackside along Montana Avenue between 1910-1920. A Helena-based distributor, the George L. Tracy Company expanded into Billings and the Tracy Building was b…

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  • Sawyers Building

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    Across from the Union Depot, the J.M. Sawyer Store and Northwestern Distributing Company building opened in 1928. Northwestern Distributing advertised the property as the location of their new 'Creame…

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  • International Harvester Company

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    International Harvester Building, on the corner of South Broadway and First Avenue South. The Yellowstone Paper Company would later occupy the building. The Boys Club occupied this building from about…

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  • Gerald Panton Wool Warehouse

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    Wool warehouse of Gerald Panton. Gerald and May (Ramsey) Panton are buried at Mountview cemetery - Gerald died on September 13, 1931 - See 'Billings Man Dies at Masonic Home', Montana Standard, Septem…

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