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The Comstock House was built in 1883 by Solomon G. Comstock, a politician, businessman and civic leader. Comstock was a U.S. Representative, established the First National Bank of Moorhead and Moorhead State University, and helped James J. Hill build a railroad system in the Red River Valley. His daughter, Ada Comstock, became the first dean of women at the University of Minnesota and later president of Radcliffe College. Guided tours interpret the Victorian house and the original Queen Anne Eastlake furnishings.