• Columbia Addition (2)

    City of Butte

    Original plat of the Columbia Addition to the original Butte Townsite

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  • McQueeney's Subdivision

    City of Butte

    Original plat of McQueeney's Subdivision of the Southwest quarter of Sec 5 T2N, R7W

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  • Fourth of July Parade, 1936

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Western Fuel Company float.

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  • Political and Public Outreach

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Children posed with Santa Claus and Uncle Sam. The girls are dressed up as maids, elves, and some of the boys are dressed up as policemen. Mayor Charles Hauswirth is Santa Claus, Grace Rule is in the…

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  • Hillsdale Addition

    City of Butte

    Original plat of the Hillsdale Addtion to Butte City, comprising: Titana, Minerva, Olga, Phoebe, adn Favor Lodes T3N R8W

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  • St. Paul No. 2 Addition

    City of Butte

    Map of the St. Paul No. 2 Addtion to Butte

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  • Excelsior Addition

    City of Butte

    Original map of the Excelsior Addition to the City of Butte

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  • Highland Gulch Discovered

    Fogarty, Kate Hammond

    Extract from book that discusses how Highland Gulch and the Highland Mountains were discovered in 1866.

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  • Fourth of July Parade, 1936

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Hennessy Department Store's "50 Years in Butte" float.

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  • Centerville

    City of Butte

    Plat of the Town of Centerville upon the Snoozer Lode Claim, claimed by William J. McNamara, Stanislas E. Hirbour, Adam W. Jamison, and John P. Reins, Mineral Entry 655

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  • Clean-Up Drive, 1937

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Rotary members sweeping and raking for the clean-up drive.

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  • Eye Opener Volume 2

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    The Eye Opener was a weekly newspaper published by Charles A. Hauswirth from 1932 to 1941. "Not a Cocktail But a Stimulant." This volume covers June of 1934 to March of 1935.

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  • Nellie Addition (2)

    City of Butte

    Original plat of the Nellie Addition to Butte City, comprising a portion of Lot No. 136m T3N R8W

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  • Fourth of July Parade, 1938

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Rocky Mountain Sportsmen's Association float.

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  • Dexter Addition

    City of Butte

    Original plat of the Dexter Addition to the original Butte Townsite

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  • Clean-Up Drive, 1937

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Women cleaning the sidewalk with their feet. Men are cleaning with brooms and buckets.

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  • Headframe

    Anaconda Copper Mining Company

    A monthly newsletter produced by the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. This particular issue features the Mountain Con Mine.

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  • Lawlor Addition (1)

    City of Butte

    Original plat of the Lawlor Addition to Butte City

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  • Silver Bow Park Addition

    City of Butte

    Orignal plat of the Silver Bow Park Addition to Butte City, being the N1/2 of the NW1/4 of Section 20, T3NR7W

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  • Forrest & Hauswirth

    Hauswirth, Charles A

    Photo of a grocery store, most likely Forrest and Hauswirth, located at 715 Utah, which operated from around 1906 until sometime between 1918 and 1923 and was the successor to Forrest and Dano Grocers…

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