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ⓘ Montrose, Missouri




Montrose, Missouri
                                     

ⓘ Montrose, Missouri

Montrose was founded in 1871, spurred by the building of the railroad through that territory. The town was named after Montrose, in Scotland. A post office called Montrose has been in operation since 1870.

Among the first industries represented in the new part of town was a mill, an Elevator, several grain warehouses, a Bank, two hotels, two hardware and implement stores, two furniture stores, three dry goods stores, four blacksmith shops, two Barber shops, three millinery stores, two Newspapers, and livery yard.

Montrose savings Bank was organized June 4, 1895, and started work the next day. The first Directors were G. R., Dugan, V. E. Dooley, O. P. Wilson, Henry welling, Nick Erhart, Joseph DeBold and W. S. Winkler.

S. M. and Vina Clark house and the Catholic Cathedral. Ludger is listed on the National register of historic places.

                                     
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