Great Falls, MT 2015

Ursuline Centre Historical Foundation – Building Repairs

The culturally significant Ursuline Centre is a 104-year-old brick and terra cotta building that receives 10,000 visitors per year. The Ursuline Centre Historical Foundation seeks to keep the culturally significant Ursuline Centre building and collections structurally sound, preserved, and open to the public. The Centre has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1991 and is a rich repository for written, oral, and artifact history pertaining to Montana.

The Montana History Foundation funded the Ursuline Centre Historical Foundation to fix three leaks in the building’s roof. Repairing the roof protected the integrity of the historic building and its 4,000 square feet of Montana artifacts.