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Turning 125 years old this year, the Montana Club in Helena is indeed a historical landmark. Originally built in 1893, the first 7-story building caught fire and was consumed in 1903. It had a library, reception rooms, and sleeping quarters for guests. Two years later, the new Montana Club was born. It was designed by architect Cass Gilbert, the same person who worked on the Woolsworth building in New York and the State Capitol of Minnesota. The club involves politicians and millionaires, and hosted men like Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt. It was not until 1915 that women were allowed to join celebrations. Today, the Montana Club is still in operation and has been regarded as the oldest private Club West of the Mississippi.
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