It isn’t clear when this brick creamery was built in Randall–one source says 1916 and another claims 1920. In any case, it is a stunner! Cooperative creameries played an integral part in helping individual farmers collectively compete with established dairy businesses that were taking over production of milk and dairy products by the 1910s. The creamery in Randall was the first building in town to have indoor plumbing and the first to get electricity. It operated for many years before sitting vacant for nearly a decade before being purchased and refurbished by a mother and daughter who went on to open a quilt shop and coffee cafe in the building in 2011.