At 410 Hickory St. in Anaconda you can live like a member of the Daly family.
The 1890s home is one of two Queen Ann Victorians that Copper King Marcus Daily built next to each other for his sisters, Catherine “Kate” Daly Rudden and Anna Daly O’Farrell.
“Sometimes called the ‘sister residences,’ the two-and-a-half story Queen Anne Victorians at 410 and 414 Hickory Street are identical in design,” wrote Vera Haffey in a 2001 article in The Montana Standard.
Rudden was the matron of 410. As Haffey explains it, Rudden was widowed shortly after moving into the ornate home and purportedly spent the rest of her life in seclusion until she died in 1915.