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Photographs of John and Sandy Campbell's home, former location of Lang Creek Brewing in Marion, MT, taken May 25, 2017. Taken by Anneliese Warhank. Interview and transcript available on-site only at the Montana Historical Society.

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Sound file and transcript of Steve Lozar interview, recorded April 8, 2017 in Helena, MT. Interviewed by Anneliese Warhank

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Sound file and transcript of Dan Fallon interview, recorded July 18, 2017 in Helena, MT. Interviewed by Brian Shovers

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Sound file and transcript of Tim France interview, recorded June 21, 2017 in Missoula, MT. Interviewed by Brian Shovers

The owner of the Western News built this false-front building to house its newspaper office and print shop in 1895. Its editor, Miles Romney, Sr., was a strong Democrat and advocate for progressive reform; the Western News became known for its…

Only seven years after organizing, the Helena chapter of the Young Women’s Christian Association, Independent, opened this residential building for the city’s young working women in 1918. Founded by women from most of Helena’s churches and…

Once considered the “wrong side of the tracks,” Minnesota Avenue was known for its many bars, brothels, cigar stores, and Chinese restaurants. (Chinese districts often bordered red light districts, serving inexpensive food to the working women…

An optimistic, cheerful nature and keen sense of humor helped make legislator, contractor, and engineer David Manning instrumental in getting Montana “out of the mud.” A champion of Montana’s rural communities, Manning initiated significant…

A garage/automotive business has served the motoring public at this location since 1912, establishing a long pattern of similar use rarely found in Montana buildings. Although the building was possibly built as a livery stable, it was soon converted…
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