IMG_4166These finding aids link to detailed information that may assist your research. Check back often to see new finding aids as they are added.

Northern Pacific Railway and  Burlington Northern Railroad Collection. Materials document  railroad operations in Livingston and surrounding areas primarily from the 1900s through the 1980s with some from the 1880s to 1900. Warren McGee, Jerry Maykuth, and numerous other railroad employees donated archival materials, including photographs, and objects. Here’s our railroad publications list.

Thomas Ray Collection. Memorabilia from Ray who served in World War I. 

Sax and Fryer Collection. Photographs from late 1880s to 2012, audio-visual materials, objects, and more.

The Geyser Collection, Park County High School’s newspaper. 

Park High School Annuals. Yearly publications of Park High School, Livingston, Montana.

Montana School Annuals. These include Gardiner and Shields Valley High Schools’ yearly publications.

The Bill and Doris Whithorn Online Database of historical photographs compiled and reproduced by the Whithorns. The collection dates back to the 1870s.

Doris Whithorn Curator Collection. Manuscripts, photographs, papers, audio-visual materials, and other research materials.

Park County Family History CollectionAlso includes histories of Park County individuals and histories of other Montana and Western region families and individuals.

Ellery Christian Collection. A compilation of more than fifty books that cover various Park County and Montana topics, primarily based on newspaper clippings and published books.

Neal and Goddard Family Collection. Family papers spanning four generations of the Whitley, Neal, Cole, and Goddard families.

KPRK (radio station) Collection.  Business records from 1946-2017. Some audio-visual materials, radio station objects and equipment, and photographs.

Vertical File Subject Index

Park County Voting Registers 

Please complete and submit this online research request to schedule an appointment with Research Library staff to view these or other collections or contact Paul Shea at 406-222-4184.