1898 City Directory. Itinerant stone cutter William Hamilton was accepted into the St. Paul Union Local in May of 1898 on a card from South Bend, Indiana. He served as president of the Stone Cutters' Local as well as the Building Trades Council while he lived here and worked on the Capitol. In April of 1899 the St. Paul Globe reported that he had moved to Helena, Montana to work as a foreman on the Montana state Capitol building. Peter Diamond and James King also lived at this address.