Lemhi County is named for Fort Lemhi ( Limhi ), which was a remote Mormon missionary settlement from 1855 to 1858 in Bannock and Shoshone territory.
Created: January 9, 1869
Salmon 1869 – present
County Courthouse – Salmon
Location: 206 Courthouse Drive / Lombard Street
Built: 1909 – 1910
Style: Classical Revival
Architect: C C Rittenhouse of Los Angles, California
Contractor: W W Schults
Description: The building faces northeast and is a two story red colored brick and concrete structure. The building sits on a hill and the northeast front has four tall columns rising to the top of second story with a header above. The first story entrance is framed with stone. At the roof line is a third story dormer with a statue of Justice on the top.
N – Ravalli County, Montana
Photos taken 2009