1920-1945

03/13/1921

Olympic Hall remodeling done. Hardly recognizable. Upper floor partitioned off into many small rooms. Modern Kitchen added. New Heating facilities.

03/16/1921

Francis J. Parker opens offices in Martin Mason block, ground floor facing Deadwood St.

03/20/1921

All floors of the Martin & Mason Block being remodeled. Main IOOF rooms on 3rd floor face Burlington station. Ea lodge has storage room. H. B. Wardman Hardware has basement and ground floor with Telegram, Western Union & Parker 2nd floor-M/M, Drs Moffitt & Pemberton.

08/05/1921

Norman Mason moving to California.

04/01/1925

Child fell from window Clark bldg 2nd floor, died.

04/25/1928

Fire in Odd Fellows (Martin & mason Block) most damage on main floor.

07/28/1933

The Ole Style nightclub opens to the public tomorrow, corner of Deadwood and Sherman.

07/30/1933

Opening of Ole Style reported.

01/12/1934

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Banks, formerly of Louie’s chicken hut on Lee St. take charge of kitchen at Ole Style.

03/01/1935

Ban on operation of slot machines.

05/14/1935

Ole Style remodeled dining room looks like cave.

12/18/1935

Remodeling Sherman street front of Odd Fellows bldg occupied by Ole Style Buffet, eliminating v-shaped entrance and bringing doors out to sidewalk, Harrison Ballard, Deadwood, contractors.

04/12/1938

Ole Style moves to 657 Main St.,

07/13/1941

New Storeroom in IOOF bldg open for E.O. Lampinen, Black Hills Jewelry manufacturer “completely remodeled and newly decorated” opposite Adams Museum.

12/08/1944

Daniels Floral shop move to corner of Sherman and Deadwood streets in IOOF bldg, formerly Lampinen’s jewelry shop.

12/23/1945

Trailway Bus depot will move from franklin Hotel to Deadwood street next t Western Union in bldg formerly occupied by Custer Mining account co.

The Martin Mason Building is located in downtown Deadwood South Dakota.  Built in 1893, it was recently restored in the 00′s and was reopened in 2007. Now operating on the ground floor as the Wooden Nickel Casino with over 80 slots and restaurant. On the second floor is Deadwoods favorite downtown hotel the Martin Mason Hotel which features eight rooms restored in Victorian style. On the third floor is the 1898 Ballroom, a large gathering space for deadwood weddings, events, conferences and meetings. Deadwood and the Martin Mason Ballroom is fast becoming a favorite location for black hills weddings with it’s central location to everything Deadwood has to offer.
Martin Mason Hotel
33 Deadwood St. DeadwoodSD57732 USA 
 • 605-722-3456