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Holter Hydroelectric Facility, Four-Car Garage, End of Holter Dam Road, Wolf Creek, Lewis and Clark County, MT

Holter Hydroelectric Facility, Four-Car Garage, End of Holter Dam Road, Wolf Creek, Lewis and Clark County, MT

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Significance: The Holter Hydroelectric Facility Historic District is significant as one of the most intact hydroelectric generating plants and operators' camps on the Missouri-Madison Project. The garage contributed to the significance of the district as an example of a support facility constructed by The Montana Power Company at its isolated hydroelectric power plants. It is also representative of the design concepts of the period.
Survey number: HAER MT-94-G



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