CTF Newsletter – September 25th, 2014

“Old Stoney” in Sundance was a building that was known just as a school that was falling apart and not worth saving… in some eyes.

Constructed in 1923, the building for the Crook County High School and District #1 was designed by the firm of Link and Hair, architects from Billings, Montana. The building was used for elementary and high school classes until 1971 when it was closed for school purposes. Old Stoney was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, recognizing the building as a substantial and outstanding example of the 1920s institutional architecture designed with the intent to construct a lasting facility for the education and social development of the community’s young people.