Montana Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings

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Alberton High School
Alberton, MT
This Administrtion Building at Alberton High School appears to be from the late 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Physical Education Building
Billings, MT
The Physical Education Building at Montana State University was designed by Cushing, Terrell & Associates and built in 1961. It is also known as the Alterowitz Gymnasium. [map]

Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Bozeman, MT
The Brick Breeden Fieldhouse at Montana State University was designed by Oswald Berg and built in 1957. It was named after basketball coach John "Brick" Breeden in 1981. Originally built for sporting events, it is also used now for concerts and theatrical performances. For more, see this website. [map]

Kennedy School
Butte, MT
The Kennedy School was designed by J. G. Link & Co. and constructed from 1958-1959. It was originally named "The Big Butte School." The name was changed in 1963. In 2012, the original brightly colored panels and windows were replaced. [map]

Armory Gymnasium
Havre, MT
The Armory Gymnasium at Montana State University was designed by Oswald Berg and built from 1955-1957. The building features a hyperbolic paraboloid roof. For more, see this website. [map]

University of Montana
Missoula, MT

Health Sciences Building

Music Building

Knowles Hall

Charles H. Clapp Building

The Health Sciences Building was built in 1961. [map]

The Music Building was built in 1953. [map]

Knowles Hall was built in 1963. It was named after Eloise Knowles. [map]

The Charles H. Clapp Building was built in 1971 as the Science Complex. In 2005, it was renamed as the Clapp Building. [map]

White Sulphur Springs, MT
This Gymnasium at White Sulphur Springs High School might be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

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