MASON CITY | In late 1989 the Stockman House was moved from its original location at 311 First St. S.E. to its current location at 530 First St. N.E., where it was restored.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of this event, Jim Smith has compiled a collection of historic photos that document the moving and the restoration into a DVD.
The story is narrated by John Henry.
Both Smith and Henry are longtime volunteers with the River City Society for Historic Preservation, which moved and restored the Stockman House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The DVD is available for purchase at the gift shop in the Robert E. McCoy Architectural Center, located next to the Stockman House.
The Architectural Center is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays during the winter.