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    • Big Butte Addition

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Big Butte Addition to the original Butte Townsite, comprising Lots No. 372 and 373
    • Bluebell Addition

    • 1916
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Bluebell Addition to the original Butte Townsite, comprising portions of the Blue Bell Lode, Sur. No. 3766 and Portions of the Golden Crown Lode Sur. No. 3003
    • Boliver BrownAddition

    • 1917
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Bolliver and Brown Addition to the original Butte Townsite, embracing a Portion of Sur. No. 573 Travona Lode
    • Butte Development Addition No 1

    • 1948
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Butte Development Addition No. 1 to the original Butte Townsite
    • Butte, Montana

    • 1905
    • Butte (Mont.)
    • A booklet sponsored by the Butte Business Men's Association that provides an overall description of Butte: its climate, population, industries, public institutions, utilities, health, education, recreation, copper production, among other topics.
    • Caplis Heights Addition

    • 1917
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Caplis Heights Addition to the original Butte Townsite, being a portion of Sur. No. 2876 F=Donegal Lode, Lot No. 606
    • Caplis Heights Addition

    • 1917
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Caplis Heights Addition to the original Butte Townsite, being a portion of Sur. no. 2876 Donegal Lode, Lot No. 606
    • Curtis and Majors Addition

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Curtis and Majors Addition to the original Butte Townsite, embracing a portion of M.A. No. 765
    • Curtis and Majors Addition

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Curtis and Majors Addition to the original Butte Townsite, embracing a portion of M.A. No 765
    • Faucett Addition (2)

    • 1885
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the First Addition to Fausett's Addition to the City of Butte, a part of M.E. No. 685, situated inthe SE 1/4, NE 1/4, Sec 18 T3N, R7W
    • Headframe

    • 1959
    • Butte (Mont.) -- Mines
    • A monthly newsletter produced by the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. This particular issue features the Mountain Con Mine.
    • Henry Addition

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Henry Addtion No. 2 to Butte City
    • Henry Addition No. 2 (2)

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Henry Addition No. 2 to Butte City
    • King's Addition No 1

    • 1907
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of a portion of the King's Addition No. 1 to the Butte townsite
    • King's Additions No's 1 and 2

    • 1890
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the King's Additions No's 1 and 2 to the Butte townsite, being Mineral Survey No. 783
    • Kings Addition

    • 1883
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Kings Addition to Butte City, on the Hesperus Lode, M.E. No. 903
    • Leggat and Foster Addition (1)

    • 1880
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Leggat and Foster Addition to the Butte townsite, Mineral Entry No. 545, Section 18, T3N R7W
    • Lenox No 2 Addition

    • 1914
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Lenox No. 2 Addition to the Butte townsite
    • MacGinnis Heights Addition

    • 1916
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the MacGinnis Heights Addition to the Butte townsite, being a protion of Sur. No. 1669, Soudan Lode 437
    • Nellie Addition (1)

    • 1888
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Nellie Addition to Butte City, comprising a portion of Lot No. 136, T3N, R8W
    • Nellie Addition (2)

    • 1888
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Original plat of the Nellie Addition to Butte City, comprising a portion of Lot No. 136m T3N R8W
    • Highland Gulch Discovered

    • 1900
    • Montana -- History.
    • Extract from book that discusses how Highland Gulch and the Highland Mountains were discovered in 1866.
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 1 Precipitating Plants 3-18-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 10 Chinatown 5-20-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 11 Cree Village 5-27-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 12 Underground City 6-03-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 13 Old Silver Bow 6-10-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 14 Burlington 6-17-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 15 Seen from the Car 6-24-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 16 Nine Mile Canyon 7-01-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 17 Walkerville 7-08-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 18 The Old Placer Field 7-15-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 19 House in the Grove 7-22-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 20 Fire Department 7-29-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 21 Columbia Gardens 8-05-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 23 Paxon's Studio 8-19-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 24 The Crematory 8-26-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 25 Ore Bins 9-02-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 26 Highland City 9-09-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 27 The Railways 9-16-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 28 Grading Camp 9-23-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 29 The Playground 9-30-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 3 The Assyrian Colony 4-01-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 30 Chinese Gardens 10-07-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 31 Summer Camps 10-14-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 32 Silver Bow Creek 10-21-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 34 Stringtown 11-04-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 35 Glendale 11-11-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 36 On Fleecer Mountain 11-18-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 37 Woodville 11-25-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 38 Brown's Gulch

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 39 Police Station 12-09-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 4 The Car Barns 4-08-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 40 The Big Butte 12-30-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 5 Recreation Spots 4-15-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 6 Dismantled Smelter 4-22-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 7 Butte's Powder Supply 4-29-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Queer Spots In and About Butte : No. 8 Silver Bow Poor Farm 5-06-1906

    • 1906
    • Butte, Mont.
    • In the spring of 1906, the Anaconda Standard initiated a new feature, “Queer Spots In and About Butte,” in its hefty Sunday newspaper. Focusing its editorial eye on such topics as ethnic enclaves, landmarks, nearby natural wonders, and derelict...
    • Silver Bow County in the World War

    • 1919
    • Butte (Mont.) -- American Legion; Butte (Mont.) -- World War I
    • This book was compiled by the Silver Bow Post No. 1, American Legion in 1919. Discusses the achievements of Silver Bow County during the World War, and also gives a fairly accurate record of the men and women who went from Silver Bow County in one...
    • Skyway Park Estates Addition No 4

    • 1973
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Certificate of Dedication for the Skyway Parks Estate Addition, a portion of Se1/4 of Section 32 T3N R7W
    • Skyway Park Estates Addition No. 2

    • 1970
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Certificate of Dedication of the Skyway Park Estates Addition No. 2, a portion of SE1/4 of Secion 32 T3NR7W
    • The Story of Butte

    • 1897
    • Butte (Mont.)--History. Butte (Mont.)--Biography.
    • Detailed and desirable history of Butte; contains photographs and illustrations depicting Butte at its beginnings. Material on Marcus Daly, pioneers, mining, and Butte during its heyday. Oblong pictorial wraps, illustrations, photographs,...
    • The Story of Montana

    • 1906
    • Montana -- History. Vigilance committees -- Montana. Copper industry and trade -- Montana.
    • Collection of a series of 5 articles from McClure's Magazine, 1906-1907. I. Reign of lawlessness and its overthrow by the vigilantes: the beginnings of law and order in Montana, 27(4)346-361 1906 --II. Treasure of Butte Hill and development of the...
    • Thornton Addition

    • 1885
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Plat of the Thornton Addition to the City of Butte, inlcuding Lot No 3628 and portions of Lots Nos. 63 and 96 in Sectino 13, T3N R8W and Lot no 55 in Section 18, T3N R7W
    • Yellow Jack Lode

    • 1902
    • Maps--Butte (Mont).
    • Lots on the Yellow Jack Lode, Sur. No. 837, Lot NOs 172-90, "Exhibit A-1"

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