Meagher County is named for Thomas Francis Meagher, who was an acting Governor of the Montana Territory.
Created: November 16, 1867
White Sulphur Springs 1867 – present
County Courthouse – White Sulphur Springs
Location: 15 West Main Street / Central Avenue North
Built: 1951 – 1952
Style: Art Deco
Architect: Edwin C Osuess of Billings
Contractor: E F Drew of Miles City
Description: The building faces south and is a two story buff colored brick, white stucco and concrete structure. The south center section projects slightly and has vertical dividers with windows between. The roof line is flat. Plans had been prepared by J G Link of Billings in 1939 but the construction of the building did not proceed.
E – Wheatland County
Photos taken 2011