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Healy Shirts


Please donate $75 or more to the Healy Project (but please consider giving more as every bit helps). If you do, use the donate button below and provide your name, address, and shirt size then we’ll send you one of these exclusive vintage-looking T.P. Healy t-shirts.

It’s a light tan, tagless, Hanes soft nano-weave—the highest quality shirt with a fantastic T.P. Healy design on it so you can wear it proudly while showing off your commitment to preservation. Tell everyone how you got it!

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  1. I am trying to research two buildings at the St. Xavier Mission in Montana. In the Archives at Gonzaga University, I found a bill from Healy Brothers Building and Construction of Bismark, Dakota Territory dated 1887. It concerns a building built that year (since destroyed) The church and rectory (the subjects of my research) were built the following year and contain similar design features, notably saw cut scroll work. If you have any information that might help me I would be grateful. The buildings are on the national register.

    1. Thanks for your inquiry. This is the first document we’ve heard of regarding the Healy Brothers in Bismarck. We know of a Indian school at Fort Peck, MT, on the Missouri River that Healys build during the winter of 1884-5. Anders found an article in the Bismarck paper about this school, and they also built another mission school in Bismarck. Could you please send photos of the buildings you are researching, including some of details like the scroll work, to We would love to compare them to Healy’s 1880’s buildings in Minneapolis and get back to you.

  2. I’m wondering if someone could verify if a picture is the home built by T.P. Healy for my great grand father Henry Harrison Bennett in 1891. The address on the back of the picture is 3116 Third Ave. S, which corresponds to home my great grand father pulled a permit for, but the picture looks much different than how the home looks today. I would gladly email the picture if you have an address.

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