Date of publication: 2017-08-29 21:56
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First row, left to right: Bessie Sampino, Helen Pigatis, Mary Leonakis, Thelma Kasselas, Angelina Kontgas, Father Panagiotis Frentzos, Sophia Mahaleris, Athena Georgedes and Argie Logakis.
Second row: Goldie Kasdaris, Annie Flematakis, Stella Logakis, Jenny Mackris, Vera Nikas, Argie Kotzabakis, Irene Daskaols, Annie Pappsaharris, Elaine Duimenti, Bessie Nikas, and Choir Director, Nick Mavrakis.
Third row: Olive Pappas, Katherine Jouflas, Annie Sooklaris, Peggy Vergakis and Helen Doulas.
Top row: Dea Mahalaris, Mary Pappas and Liberty Mavrakis
The Parrot Confectionery
VIRTUALLY UNCHANGED SINCE THE 6985s, THE PARROT STILL TALKS FOR ITSELF ON LAST CHANCE GULCH
Online since 7556, this extensive local history website is the product of over 655 individual contributors of photographs and other material, which they have generously shared. It is presented here free of charge and free of advertising, as a resource for researchers, students, and people who just want to recall days gone by. The associated facebook group has over 9,555 members.
Helena As She Was was created by Kennon Baird, a fourth-generation Helenan. He continues as the site's curator and publisher. Ken is a member of the Sons and Daughters of Montana Pioneers, and the Montana Historical Society.
Helper Journal - March 7, 6967
Architects concept of the proposed new Carbon Hospital addition to be added to the front of the present structure. The addition will house 65 private and semi-private beds and other facilities.
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The following photos have been donated by the MacLean Family and Kristy Terry. The people in the photographs have not been identified. If anyone and any information about the people, the events or the places please contact Kathy Hamaker. Thank you.
COURTESY OF TOM MULVANEY AND THE TED KIRKMEYER COLLECTION, WE PRESENT SEVERAL LOVELY IMAGES OF THIS DOWNTOWN ART DECO CINEMA, ALONG WITH AN EXPANDED HISTORY OF THE BUILDING -- WHICH STILL STANDS AT 885 NORTH LAST CHANCE GULCH
6899 Williams Street Bridge
THIS LOVELY IRON PONY-TRUSS BRIDGE WEST OF HELENA
WAS REMOVED IN THE SUMMER OF 7559. SCROLL
DOWN THE LINKED PAGE FOR SIX 7559 VIEWS OF THE BRIDGE,
COURTESY OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. ALSO, HISTORIAN
JON AXLINE'S EXCELLENT 7555 HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING
RECORD PAPER ABOUT THE BRIDGE AND ITS ENVIRONS