The Montana Club
Title: The Montana Club
Description: fine cuisine, private club, events, restaurant is ranked 21714820 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $4,487. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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The Montana Club Menu Hours & Decorum Dining Membership Club Events Contact Menu Sixth & Fuller Helena, Mt, 59601 406.442.5980 Since 1885, Where Montanans Meet Your Custom Text Here Menu Hours & Decorum Dining Membership Club Events Contact Welcome A VERY BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CLUBHOUSE 1885: Montana Club incorporated for “literary, mutual improvement & social purposes” for 130 members drawing from Montana Territory & beyond, including attorneys, bankers, mining, livestock & timber magnates, politicians, self-described “capitalists,”, etc. to form an exclusive men’s club. 1891: Subscription drive launched to raise $75,000 for permanent clubhouse to be designed by German-trained architect John C. Paulsen & John LaValle, with interior plans modeled after London’s “gentlemen’s clubs.” Triangular lot at Sixth & Fuller purchased for $45,000 from former Territorial Governor & club member banker Samuel T. Hauser. 1893: Clubhouse is completed & includes card rooms, reception rooms, library, “bachelor” apartments & on lower floors houses a life insurance company & Helena Water Works Co. Women are welcome only at prescribed times & only when accompanied by a member. 1903: Clubhouse burns to the ground, the fire ignited by the bartender’s son who confessed “...all that I intended to do was to have the horses run...” Insurance covers approximately $62,000 of the total $150,000 loss. 1903: Building Committee is hastily assembled from Board of Governors, setting new building’s cost at $80,000 & recommending St. Paul/New York City architect Cass Gilbert as their choice to design new Clubhouse. Gilbert was well-known in Montana due to his initial work for the Northern Pacific Railroad while employed by New York’s McKim, Mead & White. Known as the “father of the skyscraper” for his designs for the Woolworth Building in New York City, the prolific Gilbert also designed, among others, the Minnesota & Arkansas State Capitols, U.S. Supreme Court, and the A.J. Seligman home, original Northern Pacific depot & St. Peter’s Hospital in Helena. 1903: Club members instruct floor plan for new Clubhouse to be identical to that of the old but with the addition of a Rathskeller which is traditionally a bar or restaurant in the cellar of a city hall in German-speaking countries. Gilbert initially proposes new building to be in the Spanish Renaissance style with brick & terra cotta upper stories. 1904: After substantial revisions, Board of Governors approves more modest design to be built with stone for first story recycled from original Clubhouse & remainder quarried from nearby T. Kain quarry west of Helena, local Kessler/Western Clay Mfg. Co. brick, & native timber with construction by Congress Construction Co. headquartered in Chicago with branches in Seattle, New Orleans & Nebraska. George Carsley of Gilbert’s St. Paul office supervises project which is not to exceed $105,000. 1904-1905: Chicago interior design firm Mitchel & Halbach selected to decorate Clubhouse, utilizing furniture designs Gilbert had designed for Minnesota State Capitol & manufactured by Karpen Brothers also of Chicago. Lighting fixtures designed by Cleveland firm & art glass windows in sixth floor Banquet Room crafted to depict “...the progress of civilization in Montana...” 1905: New clubhouse opens to members in early summer with a final cost of $125,000 For a history of our beloved 1905 Clubhouse click here. You must select a collection to display. Whois

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