Filed Under Butte

Butte Miner Building - Butte Floral Company

Butte National Historic Landmark District

The publisher of copper king W.A. Clark’s newspaper, the Butte Miner, used this space as a printing office from 1884. In 1906, Butte florist James King partly demolished the older structure and erected this unique two-story building. The year 1906 marked the beginning of a new period of growth precipitated partly by a thriving copper industry. This optimism is mirrored in the architectural exuberance seen not only in Butte’s much grander buildings of the time, but in small businesses as well. The green-glazed brick and exotic Moorish revival arched windows provide an excellent example of this building trend.


Butte Miner Building- Butte Floral Company
Butte Miner Building- Butte Floral Company Butte Miner Building- Butte Floral Company (PAc 91-51 B1 RollCBD03 F23). Front view of the building, facing north on West Broadway Street near the corner of West Broadway and Hamilton Street. B&W. Source: Montana State Historic Preservation Office from the Photograph Archives at the Montana Historical Society Creator: Photographer unidentified Date: 1985


27 West Broadway Street, Butte, Montana | Private


The Montana National Register Sign Program, “Butte Miner Building - Butte Floral Company,” Historic Montana, accessed June 16, 2024,