United States of America, Montana, Ravalli County, Hamilton
The Daly Mansion, a Georgian Revival style residence, was built in 1910. The estate was originally part of the 22,000 acre Bitterroot Stock Farm of Marcus Daly, founder of the Anaconda Mining Company. The house, now a museum, was boarded up for over 40 years. During that time most of the gardens were lost. They are hoping to restore the grounds at some point to the original intention. The property features a wide variety of trees, a tennis court, swimming pool, children's playhouse, greenhouse, laundry building, and boat house. Mrs. Daly in flower garden. Family photo album in Daly Mansion Preservation Trust archives.
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