Lewis & Clark Co. Historical Society

Established in 1989 by Jerry Metcalf, Harriett Meloy, Jean Weeks, Lynn Moon, Kathy Macefield, Dennis McCahon, Dick Wall, and others, LCCHS has maintained a History Center in Downtown Helena since 2007.  The History Center is currently located at US Bank, 302 N. Last Chance Gulch office.  The bank's interior is the perfect backdrop for history, with its original Shorty Shope murals and the Broadwater Hotel's "Boy with the Leaky Boot" fountain, ca. 1889.  LCCHS is a non-profit 501(c)(3), and its goal is to establish a permanent local history center in Helena.

Lewis & Clark County Historical Society Mission

It is the mission of the Lewis and Clark County Historical Society to preserve elements of the history and prehistory of Lewis and Clark County, Montana, through the proper collection, retention and preservation of artifacts, papers, stories, information, places and images and to employ those elements in a way that illustrates, informs, instructs and delights the people of Lewis and Clark County and elsewhere. Furthermore, the Society exists to support, assist and promote other groups appropriately dedicated to a like cause so it may lend its name, its energy and its assembled abilities thereto.

Lewis & Clark Co. Historical Society

Established in 1989 by Jerry Metcalf, Harriett Meloy, Jean Weeks, Lynn Moon, Kathy Macefield, Dennis McCahon, Dick Wall, and others, LCCHS has maintained a History Center in Downtown Helena since 2007.  The History Center is currently located at US Bank, 302 N. Last Chance Gulch office.  The bank's interior is the perfect backdrop for history, with its original Shorty Shope murals and the Broadwater Hotel's "Boy with the Leaky Boot" fountain, ca. 1889.  LCCHS is a non-profit 501(c)(3), and its goal is to establish a permanent local history center in Helena.

Lewis & Clark County Historical Society Mission

It is the mission of the Lewis and Clark County Historical Society to preserve elements of the history and prehistory of Lewis and Clark County, Montana, through the proper collection, retention and preservation of artifacts, papers, stories, information, places and images and to employ those elements in a way that illustrates, informs, instructs and delights the people of Lewis and Clark County and elsewhere. Furthermore, the Society exists to support, assist and promote other groups appropriately dedicated to a like cause so it may lend its name, its energy and its assembled abilities thereto.

Contact Information:

Ray Read - 458-9847

Pam Attardo
Historic Preservation Officer
City-County Building
316 N. Park Avenue
Helena MT 59623
Phone: 406-447-8357

pattardo@lccountymt.gov