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Armory – Culbertson MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Marion, Montana. The facility is located at southeast corner corner of Broadway Ave. and 3rd St. E. Official Project Number 65‐91‐160X

Armory – Marion MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Marion, Montana. The location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. Official Project Number 65‐91‐1601

Armory – Bainville MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

According to a DoD Heritage Report, the W.P.A. constructed an armory in Bainville, Montana. Assuming this project was undertaken, the location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. Official Project Number 65‐91‐1605

Armory – Sidney MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

According to a DoD Heritage Report, the W.P.A. constructed an armory in Sidney, Montana. Assuming this project was undertaken, the location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. Official Project Number 65‐91‐1593

Civic Center (old Armory) – Livingston MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The $100,000 civic center and armory in Livingston, MT was constructed by the WPA. The facility is still open for public recreational use today. W.P.A. Official Project Number: 65‐91‐6554

Armory – Whitehall MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Whitehall, Montana. The location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. Official Project Number 65‐91‐1592

Armory – Kalispell MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Kalispell, Montana. The location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. “Construct Armory building” Official Project Number: 165‐1‐91‐114 Total project cost: $82,810.00 Sponsor: U.S. Navy Department “Provide Armory building” Official… read more

Civic Center (old Armory) – Lewistown MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Lewistown, Montana in 1936. “The history of the Civic Center starts with its construction in 1936, just prior to World War II. It was built under the Works Progress Administration (WPA) with the understanding that… read more

Armory – Chinook MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

The W.P.A. constructed an armory in Chinook, Montana. The location and status of this facility is unknown to Living New Deal. Official Project Number 65-91-1602

St. Regis River Flood Control – St. Regis MT

Date added: February 8, 2018

W.P.A. project information: “Make improvements in and along St. Regis River for flood control purposes” Official Project Number: 165‐2‐91‐91 Total project cost: $24,724.00 Sponsor: District Engineer, Corps of Engineers, War Department

Public Health Service Laboratory – Hamilton MT

Date added: August 6, 2017

The federal government under F.D.R. constructed a large new health research complex in Hamilton, Montana, with construction completed in 1940. The laboratory had originally been housed in a “two-story empty school building.” NIH: “After its successful work with spotted fever… read more

Federal Building Extension – Billings MT

Date added: July 16, 2017

The historic federal building in downtown Billings, Montana was originally constructed in 1913-4. The building was expanded in 1932 and again in 1940, the latter impacting the “rear central and southern portions of the building” and bringing with it an… read more

"Trailing Cattle" (left side)

Federal Building Mural – Billings MT

Date added: July 16, 2017

The oil-on-canvas mural entitled “Trailing Cattle” was painted by Leo J. Beaulaurier in 1942. The mural was commissioned as part of a 1940 expansion of the 1914 building. NRHP: “”The post office also contains a mural at the east end… read more

Sweetgrass Inspection Station (former) – Sweetgrass MT

Date added: May 22, 2017

The historic former Sweetgrass U.S. Border Inspection Station was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The facility was completed in 1936. Since replaced, according to the GSA, “The building was bought and relocated by a private company, and is  no… read more

Chief Mountain Inspection Station – Babb MT

Date added: May 21, 2017

The historic Chief Mountain (a.k.a. Glacier Park) U.S. Border Inspection Station on State Highway 17 northwest of Babb, Montana was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The rustic facility was completed in 1939, and also features a garage and pump… read more