Help secure painting in governor’s office

December 6, 2017

The Livezey Painting Acquisition Committee is seeking donations to help ensure the 6-by-8-foot painting hanging in the Montana Governor’s Office is placed in the permanent collection of the Montana Historical Society.  Titled “The Confluence – Headwaters of the Missouri,” the painting by Dale Livezey depicts the rivers that come together to form the Missouri River near Read More »

Grant Enables Museum to Install More Than 100 New Signs

October 13, 2017

A Montana History Foundation grant has enabled the Libby Heritage Museum to install 72 new signs aside their outdoor artifacts and plan to install 45 more before the museum opens for the season next spring. According to a news release, museum volunteer Marge Kroeger spent the summer researching historical descriptions for 120 of the museum’s Read More »

Big Sky Chronicles: Historic cemeteries in Montana

August 22, 2017

The Montana History Foundation recently announced it is receiving a grant from the National Park Service: one of 12 grants given nationwide and the only one in Montana. To watch the news report, click here:  Big Sky Chronicles

National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training Announces $386,000 in Grants

August 14, 2017

The National Park Service (NPS) announced today the award of $386,000 in grants to develop or adapt techniques that preserve historical sites and cultural heritage. The Preservation Technology and Training grants will fund projects that use modern methods to enhance historic preservation. Using a Preservation Technology & Training grant, the Montana History Foundation will hold Read More »

Zion School Building Undergoes Renovations Ahead of Montana State Fair

July 28, 2017

The North Central Montana Retired Teachers Association was recently awarded a $5,000 grant for restoration work to the Zion School at the Montana ExpoPark. The school receives more than four thousand visitors each year during the State Fair. Work was recently completed on the historic building in preparation for the fair. Read the full story: KRTV