Photo Courtesy of the Dickinson Museum Center
People walk by the first building in Dickinson built specifically for use as an auto garage, shown in these photos, may be leveled this year.
An old building’s fate: First motor garage in Dickinson may come down
A circa-1907 building in Dickinson may be coming down this year, along with more than 100 years of history.
Dr. Victor H. Stickney came to Dickinson in 1883 after graduating from Dartmouth College — and for a time was reportedly the only doctor for 150 miles, riding his horse through blizzards and other adventures to calls. Historians say he even treated Theodore Roosevelt.
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