Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record collection, undated  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
United States. National Park Service
Title
Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record collection
Dates
undated (inclusive)
Quantity
103 fiche
Collection Number
SMFICHE 23
Summary
The records of the Historic American Building Survey and Historic American Engineering Record document achievements in architecture, engineering, and design in Montana through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies including examples as diverse as the Pioneer Historic District, Isaac Eddy Ranch, Hamilton Post Office, Pine Creek Bridge, and the Hauser Hydroelectric Facility.
Repository
Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives
225 North Roberts
PO Box 201201
Helena MT
59620-1201
Telephone: 406-444-2681
Fax: 406-444-5297
mhslibrary@mt.gov
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) began during the Great Depression in December 1933, when Charles E. Peterson of the National Park Service submitted a proposal for one thousand out-of-work architects to spend ten weeks documenting "America's antique buildings." Having operated under various administrative authorities for its first two years, HABS became a permanent program of the National Park Service in July 1934 and was formally authorized by Congress as part of the Historic Sites Act of 1935. The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) was founded in 1969 to parallel HABS, providing for documentation of engineering works and industrial sites.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The records of the Historic American Building Survey and Historic American Engineering Record document achievements in architecture, engineering, and design in Montana through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies including examples as diverse as the Pioneer Historic District, Zimmerman Homestead, Isaac Eddy Ranch, Crow Agency Historic Complex, Hamilton Post Office, Thomas Francis Meagher House, Pine Creek Bridge, Mullan Road Segment, Hauser Hydroelectric Facility, and the Glenn Lake Irrigation District, Grave Creek Dam.

Some records can also be found online through the Library of Congress.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Montana Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library before any reproduction use. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners.

Preferred Citation

Item description and date. Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record collection. SMFICHE 23. Microfiche and HABS/HAER number. Montana Historical Society Research Center. Archives. Helena, Montana.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Historic American Buildings SurveyReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
microfiche-HABS
1 / MT-1
Addendum to: Col. W.F. Sanders House, Madison (main file in book form 720.9786 D36)
undated
2 / MT-2
Addendum to: Content Corner, Madison (main file in book form 720.9786 D36
undated
3 / MT-3
Addendum to: Madison County Courthouse, Madison (main file in book form 720.9786 D36)
undated
4 / MT-40
Efraimson Homestead
undated
5 / MT-41
Zimmerman Homestead
undated
6 / MT-44
U.S.I.S. Laborer's Cottage
undated
7 / MT-50
Northeast Entrance Station, Park
undated
8 / MT-54
Pioneer Historic District
undated
9 / MT-55
Gustuvas H. Wisner Cabin
undated
10 / MT-56
Princeton Historic District
undated
11 / MT-57
Walter Olson Homestead
undated
12 / MT-58
George A. Jenkins Stock-Rating Homestead
undated
13 / MT-59
Erick Peterson Stock-Raising Homestead
undated
14 / MT-60
Valley of the Moon Ranch
undated
15 / MT-61
Emmett P. Rickard Homestead
undated
16 / MT-62
Isaac Eddy Ranch
undated
17 / MT-63
William A. Berg Homestead
undated
18 / MT-64
Iron Mountain Mine/Pardee Historic District
undated
19 / MT-65
Keystone Historic District
undated
20 / MT-69
2747 Old Hardin Road, Yellowstone County
undated
21 / MT-72
Helena Branch Federal Reserve Bank Building
undated
22 / MT-74
Rolland Apartments
undated
23 / MT-75
Sparling Hotel
undated
24 / MT-76
Flour Mill Building, Rocky Boys Agency, #22 Hill County (MT-88-0006)
undated
25 / MT-76
Fort Keogh Officers Quarters, Custer County
undated
26 / MT-77
Cannon-Davis House, Wibaux Co. (MT-88-0012)
undated
27 / MT-78
Rice's Gas Station, Powell County
undated
28 / MT-79
Crow Agency Historic Complex, Bighorn
undated
29 / MT-81
Swan J. Dahlberg Farmstead, Lincoln County
undated
30 / MT-82
Doc Taylor Homestead, Rosebud County
undated
31 / MT-84
Hamilton Post Office, Ravalli County
undated
32 / MT-87
Virginia City, Madison County
undated
33 / MT-88
Masonic Hall, Madison County
undated
34 / MT-89
Paris Pfouts Store, Madison County
undated
35 / MT-90
Montana Post, Madison County
undated
36 / MT-91
Clayton and Norris Drug Store, Madison County
undated
37 / MT-92
Benjamin Franklin Potts, Madison County
undated
38 / MT-93
Thomas Francis Meagher House, Madison County
undated
39 / MT-94
Madison County Courthouse, Madison County
undated
40 / MT-95
Pioneer Store, Madison County
undated
41 / MT-96
Kiskadden and Company Building, Madison County
undated
42 / MT-97
Stonewall Hall, Madison County
undated
43 / MT-98
Gilbert Brewery, Madison County
undated
44 / MT-99
Boot Hill, Madison County
undated
45 / MT-100
Discovery Monument, Madison County
undated
46 / MT-101
Rocky Mountain Laboratories, Ravalli County
undated
47 / MT-110
U.S. Customs Service Fort of Roosville, Lincoln County
undated
48 / MT-86-0004
Ft. Peck Townsite, Valley County (cancelled)
undated
49 / MT-87-0007
Mill Creek Work Center, Park County (cancelled)
undated
50 / MT-87-0008
Vigilante Work Center, Madison County (cancelled)
undated
51 / MT-88-0011
Ancient Order of Hiberians Hall, Anaconda
undated
52 / MT-88-0013
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Monument, Glacier County (cancelled)
undated
53 / MT-91-0001
Judith Ranger District, Judith Basin (cancelled)
undated

Historic American Engineering RecordReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
microfiche-HAER
54 / MT-1
Victor Bridge Over Bitterroot River
undated
55 / MT-2
York Bridge
undated
56 / MT-6
Cherry Warehouse
undated
57 / MT-8
10th Street Bridge (Addendum), Cascade County
undated
58 / MT-11
Vermont Marble Quarry
undated
59 / MT-12
Barber Bridge
undated
60 / MT-21
Addendum to Old Steel Bridge, Flathead County
undated
61 / MT-30
Giffen Mine, Cascade County
undated
62 / MT-38
Pineau Placer Mining Camp
undated
63 / MT-38a
Pineau Reservoir and Cabin
undated
64 / MT-39
Master Placer Mining Camp
undated
65 / MT-40
Copper State Mine
undated
66 / MT-41
Mullen Road
undated
67 / MT-42
Traveler's Rest/Lolo Trail
undated
68 / MT-43
Milltown Dam, Missoula County
undated
69 / MT-43
Ninemile Ranger’s Station
undated
70 / MT-44
Alberton Pictograph
undated
71 / MT-45
Mullan Road Segment
undated
72 / MT-46
Moonlight Mining Camp
undated
73 / MT-47
Royal Basin Mine and Mill Site
undated
74 / MT-48
Emmetsberg Cemetery Monument
undated
75 / MT-49
Fish Creek Bridge, Mineral County
undated
76 / MT-50
Sunrise Mine
undated
77 / MT-52
Great Northern Depot, Lewis and Clark County
undated
78 / MT-53
Great Northern Railroad Bed, Chouteau
undated
79 / MT-54
Lombard Coke Ovens Complex, Broadwater County
undated
80 / MT-56
Rock Creek Bridge, Carbon County
undated
81 / MT-58
Kimmerly Ditch and Flume, Powell County
undated
82 / MT-59
Vandalia Bridge, Valley County
undated
83 / MT-60
Duck Creek Bridge, Yellowstone County
undated
84 / MT-61
Pine Creek Bridge, Park County
undated
85 / MT-62
Greycliff Bridge, Sweet Grass County
undated
86 / MT-66
Troy-Libby Highway, Lincoln County
undated
87 / MT-86
Burlington Northern Tie Plant, Flathead County (cancelled)
undated
88 / MT-87
Nunn Hydroelectric Plant, Madison County
undated
89 / MT-90
Thompson Falls Hydroelectric Project, Sanders County
undated
90 / MT-94a
Holter Hydroelectric Facility, House #8, Lewis and Clark County
undated
91 / MT-94b
Holter Hydroelectric Facility, House #2, Lewis and Clark County
undated
92 / MT-94c,d,e
Holter Hydroelectric Facility, House #1, 4, 7, Lewis and Clark County
undated
93 / MT-95
Rainbow Hydroelectric, Cascade County
undated
94 / MT-96
Wolf Point Bridge, Roosevelt County
undated
95 / MT-97
Black Eagle Hydroelectric Facility, Cascade County
undated
96 / MT-98
Ryan Hydroelectric Facility, Cascade County
undated
97 / MT-102
Gardiner Warehouse, Park County
undated
98 / MT-103
General Repair Shop, Park County
undated
99 / MT-104
William and Lucina Bow Ranch, Silver Bow County
undated
100 / MT-108
Hauser Hydroelectric Facility, Lewis and Clark County
undated
101 / MT-109
Conrad Refining Company Oil Refinery, Pondera County
undated
102 / MT-110a
Glenn Lake Irrigation District, Grave Creek Dam, Lincoln County
undated
103 / MT-112
Missouri River Bridge, Lewis and Clark County
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Architecture--Montana.
  • Historic buildings--Montana.