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February 11, 2013

Restoration Project Celebrates Valentine McGillycuddy Day

Progress continues on the restoration of the historic McGillycuddy house in Rapid City.

The restoration of the historic McGillycuddy house in Rapid City has made recent progress by acquiring the adjacent property needed to recreate the original entrance location. According to a Rapid City Journal article, Historic Rapid City purchased the house next door for an undisclosed amount. Mayor Sam Kooiker has declared February 14th, "Valentine McGillycuddy Day" in Rapid City in an effort to raise awareness of the project.

Visit our archive to review project developments and read more on Valentine McGillycuddy.

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