Glimmers Of History

GLIMMERS OF HISTORYAn archive of weekly social media posts that highlights photographs and stories from Yellowstone Gateway Museum collections, we are grateful to the photographers and donors of these images, capturing and preserving our lively history. Visit this page often as we will keep adding to these history moments. Or follow us on Instagram or

Museum Publishes History of Park County, MT

Livingston, Montana The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s Wan-I-Gan Press recently published the second edition of History of Park County, Montana. First published in 1984, the second edition now includes an index. Led by Doris Whithorn, museum volunteers compiled the book in 1984. They recognized the importance of remembering individuals and families who settled here and the

Temptation: Bars, Brothels, and the Law in Livingston Program

The third program in the Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s Culture of the 19th Century speaker series is on Wednesday, March 27, “Temptation: Bars, Brothels, and the Law in Livingston,” with Karen Reinhart, presenter. Reinhart discusses drinking establishments and the red-light district from 1883 to the 1960s, and the challenges the businesses faced, including prohibition. The program

Park Photo Presents Crow Tribe Photos

Park Photo will exhibit a collection of historic photographs depicting members of the Crow Tribe (Apsáalooke) visiting Livingston during the 1930s. The photographs are by John Haberstroh, and are from the archives of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. The opening will take place at Park Photo, located at 115 S. Main, during the art walk on

Pull Up a Chair: Tales from Seats of History Exhibit Opens

Livingston: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces the opening of Pull Up a Chair: Tales from the Seats of History, an exhibit of twenty-eight chairs from the museum’s collection on display in the Pioneer Room. Also included are local stories and photographs of people and chairs. The free event is Saturday, June 23, 10-5 pm. at the

A Moving History: First Speaker Series Program is about Livingston and the Railroad

The Friends of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum announce their upcoming speaker series, A Moving History, featuring area experts. The four, bi-monthly programs begin on February 28 with “The Railroad: Livingston and the Beginnings of a County” presented by Museum Director Paul Shea, and continue through mid-April. Other topics include our area’s native trails, the Yellowstone