Pierre Post 8 Legion Cabin

Back Next In June 1919, ex-servicemen in the Pierre area met at the Pierre City auditorium to begin organizing. Ed Phares was elected temporary chairman and Louverne Ballou temporary secretary. The name “Pierre Post” was selected because the organizers felt that the...

Central Block

Back Next 321-325 South Pierre Street – Prairie Pages Built in 1884, Central Block was one of the first masonry commercial blocks erected in Pierre and was often referred to as the handsomest building in town. It provided space for two major retail businesses on...

Hilger Block

Back Next 361 S Pierre St Dating from 1883, the Italianate style Hilger Block was the first brick commercial building constructed in Pierre. The building has played an important role in local commerce and economic development ever since. Pierre became the economic...

Karcher Block

Back Next 366 S Pierre St Built during Pierre’s second building boom, the Karcher Block was one of the first brick commercial buildings in the city. Commissioned by Henry Karcher and constructed in 1884, the block is in the popular Commercial style with Italianate...