This exceptional collection of original architectural drawings and blueprints include the plans for most of the prominent historical buildings in Western Montana. The importance of the collection is substantial, in that many of the drawings are the only copy ever made. Also, the artwork is an invaluable tool for architects, historians, and building owners, especially those complying with historic preservation legislation. These drawings offer students and other researchers a chronology of regional architecture and insight into the changing cultural landscape of Western Montana and Idaho.
This digital collection features a selection of drawings and blueprints from 1895-1939. To learn more about the entire collection of architectural drawings, view the guide to the archival collection.