Repairing and Maintaining Historic Brick in the Butte Area (PDF of pamphlet)
CPR Brochure (PDF of pamphlet)
Historic Heating in the Butte Area (PDF of pamphlet)
Historic Windows: Repair vs. Replacement (PDF of pamphlet)
Proper Wood Restoration (PDF of pamphlet)
Historic Stained Glass in Selected Houses of Worship, Butte, Montana
by Richard Gibson and Irene Scheidecker
56 pages, 53 color photos of stained glass and structures
Created for the 2006 stained glass tour, this booklet documents both stained glass and Butte's cultural history.
Publication of the booklet was supported in part by grants from the Montana Cultural Trust and Butte's Urban Revitalization Agency.
ERRATA: The window on page 4 is at St. John's Episcopal, not St. Mark's Lutheran; on page 35, "H.U. Club" refers to "Higher Up Club" rather than Hope Union. On page 42, Pope Leo XIII's birth year should be 1878.
Available at these and other retailers:
Second Edition Books, S. Montana
Books & Books, 205 W. Park
White Owl Emporium, 117 N. Main
Butte-Silver Bow Archives, 17 W. Quartz
World Museum of Mining, 155 Museum Way
Or from Butte CPR, $7.00 mailed - make check payable to Butte CPR and send to P.O. Box 164, Butte, MT 59703.
Co-authors Gibson and Scheidecker are available to give a presentation, Through a Glass Brightly: Vignettes of Butte History through Stained Glass, based on the book above. Contact us to arrange for a speaker.