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Part 2: Monroe doctor buys a Montana practice
Dr. John Randall met Ernest Wright while Wright served as a substitute pastor in 1904 at the Presbyterian Church here in Monroe. It was Wright who encouraged Randall to purchase a medical practice in Missoula, Montana and move there the following year. The Presbyterian church, shown here in a photo from the Green County Historical Society archives, was located on the corner of 8th Street and 16th Avenue.
Dr. John Randall, homeopathic physician, moved to Monroe in June 1898. He met Ernest Wright, a Presbyterian minister from Missoula, Montana in 1904 when he served as a pastor here.