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Butte, as the first major city in Montana and, at one time, the largest city west of the Mississippi River between Chicago and San Francisco, is home to many historic churches. This one sits up high over looking the valley. ๐Ÿ“ท: @historicmontana . . . #historicmontana #historicpreservation #historic #oldbuildings #historicbuildings #architecture #historicarchitecture #beautifulbuildings #brickwork #archi_daily #beautifulchurch #historic #travelmontana #exploremontana #buttemontana #historicchurch #montanachurch #stainedglass #butte #montanaarchitecture #montana #preservation #dwellingoffaith

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Built before the turn of the century, this building once housed a general store before a local family turned it into a bar in the 1930โ€™s. In 2004, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials in Washington, D.C. awarded the Butte Public Housing Authority โ€” which manages the community center โ€” one of its annual merit awards for project design, modernization and rehab. ๐Ÿ“ท: @historicmontana

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โ€œThe Gallatin Gateway Inn is a Spanish-stucco style railroad hotel at Gallatin Gateway, Montana. The hotel is one of the "Historic Inns of America." The Gallatin Gateway Inn was opened on June 18, 1927. Constructed and operated by The Milwaukee Road, the luxury hotel was reached by electrified railroad branch line that connected to the Milwaukee's main line at Three Forks, Montana. It was among the first hotels in Montana with telephones in every room and offered travelers access to Yellowstone National Park. Park buses took passengers from the hotel to the park.โ€ . . . . What if the hotel was open to the public again and offering hotel, restaurant, and venue services? ๐Ÿ“ท: @historicmontana

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