Peter P. Lee
Peter P. Lee was born on March 16, 1861 in Norway. His family moved to Renville County, Minnesota in 1866. In 1887, Lee relocated to Minot, North Dakota. Lee became Vice President and Director of the Great Northern Bank in Minot. Lee also began operating a general store on Main Street. The building, which formerly served as a tavern, become known as the Lee Block. In 1906, Lee sold the store Julius Fauchauld. Fauchald, in turn, sold the building in 1912 to Woolworth's, which operated a store there until 1982. In 1896, Peter Lee became the fourth mayor of the city of Minot, serving one term.
- Lounsberry, Clement A and Walter F. Cushing. "Record: Or North Dakota Illustrated, Volume 4" Clement A. Lounsberry, 1898.
- Gavett, Joseph L. "Minot: The Magic City". Seaside, OR: Watchmaker Publishing, Ltd, 2006.