|Photo by Kathryn Langmyer Henderson|
As a historic tour guide in Butte, Dick informs about 2,300 visitors per year on walking tours with Old Butte Historical Adventures and driving the Chamber of Commerce tourist trolley. He's also a step-on guide for bus groups and provides customized tours for special audiences.
For more information about Dick Gibson, see his web site.
The study of Butte history is a communal effort. My special thanks go to my tour guide colleagues, Denny Dutton, Pat Mohan, Bob McMurray, Mark Reavis, Nicole von Gaza, Jesse Rowe, Chris Fisk, and others, and to the folks at the Butte Archives: Ellen Crain, Lee Whitney, Irene Scheidecker, Mitzi Rossillon, Aubrey Kersting, and Kim Kohn. The top image is a montage of historic images, including the Leonard Mine headframe, Owsley Block, 300 block of N. Main Street, Hirbour Tower, miners in 1939, and East Broadway about 1905. The favicon up there in the URL address box is a tiny image of Marcus Daly.
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