Upper Swan Valley Historical Society
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Lee Anderson rafting the Swan River. Martha Anderson Collection.

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Visitors' Comments

1959 PTA Spring Social cake judges. L to R: Harold Haasch, bus driver; Olive Plummer teacher; Doris Haasch bus driver. PTA Collection.

​“Nearly other-worldly!” 
- Northport, AL

“Very well done - enjoyed!” 
- Corning, CA

“Always a pleasure!” 
- Ferndale, MT

“Very nice museum. I’ll be back!” 
- Missoula, MT

“Excellent facility.” 
- Kalispell, MT

“Amazing! Thank you!” 
- Castle Rock, CO

“Impressive” 
- Lindbergh Lake, MT

“Awesome! 💗” 
- Scottsdale, AZ

"Love the river on the floor. Looking great!"
– Seeley Lake, MT

"Wonderful work! Love this museum. Will recommend it to others."
– Chicago, IL

"We really appreciate this place. Thanks for the explanations."
– Paris, France

"Thanks for preserving history!"
– Philadelphia, PA

"Beautifully done!" 
​– Bend, OR


If you have any questions concerning accessibility please contact Steve Lamar at (406) 754-2745 or email info@swanvalleyhistoricalsociety.org.

Upper Swan Valley Historical Society
P. O. Box 1128
6774 Highway 83 North, Mile Marker 42
Condon, MT 59826


(406) 754-2745 or (406) 754-2238

info@swanvalleyhistoricalsociety.org

Museum Hours

Summer Hours:
​Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day 
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and SUNDAY - 12 Noon to 4 PM
(406) 754-2813


Or, open by appointment. Call (406) 754-2745 or (406) 754-2238

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