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Historical Corner Minnie Moe

 

October 3, 2019

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The Nilsson House, one of four historic homes available for the 2019 Walking Tour, retains much of its original character and architectural detail in the Italianate style, which reflects one of the fashionable styles popular in Dayton's history.

DAYTON–Minnie Moe was dubbed an unconventional woman for her time. To venture in the past a bit and see this unforgettable woman, the Dayton Depot has made Minnie's photos available in the window of 238 East Main. These photos will remain there until sometime in January 2020.

Historical records from local City Cemetery on the website of Blue Mountain Heritage show that Minnie Moe was born a...



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