Sam Dickenson's Dry Goods Store
Exhibit by Bob Leathers
So far, not much is known about the Sam Dickinson Dry Goods store. It appears that Thomas Jackson took over his space and sold both clothing and dry goods, but so far there is no concrete evidence of that.
The Sam Dickinson's Dry Goods Store was converted into living quarters, it later burned down. (Hanna Miner, 1962)