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Timeline: 1910s

By | Last Modified: January 24, 2018

1910

1911

  • McKenzie Hotel (Patterson Hotel) opens on January 1
  • New fire hall constructed on Thayer Avenue, building would also house city hall and police headquarters for several decades.

1912

1913

  • Federal Building opens (replaced in 1964)

1914

1915

1916

1918

1919

  • The Yegen Family expands into the dairy business
  • Bank of North Dakota is established in June. It occupies the former Missouri Valley Motors building at Main and 7th until 2008. It is the nation’s only state-owned bank.
  • President Woodrow Wilson makes a Bismarck stop on October 10, speaking at the City Auditorium. He was campaigning for his vision of a League of Nations.
  • Bismarck Tribune relocates from the northwest corner of 4th and Broadway to the Gussner Building in December, where it stays an entire month before destroyed by fire.

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