We've scoured our archives to uncover what the holiday season was like in Billings' early years.
Christmas 1918 promised to be one of the merriest and one of the saddest holidays in the 36-year history of Billings.
Never before or since has the entire Billings community so determinedly celebrated Christmas as it did in 1916.
Against a worldwide tableau of war, want and revolution, Billings celebrated Christmas a century ago with peace, abundance and charity.
Thousands of people — most of the population of Billings — rollicked 'round a 30-foot Christmas tree covered with 500 multicolored electric gl…
Three days before Christmas 1913, Anna Held, one of the most famous actresses of her day, stepped out of her special train in Billings and beg…
On Christmas Day 1912, Arthur Baer, homeless wanderer, sat down for a holiday feast prepared by volunteers at the Billings Salvation Army and …