By Tim Leeds 

Helmbrecht announces closing photo studio

Will reopen Aug. 1 to allow people to access archived photos


Last updated 6/14/2022 at 12:34pm

Havre Daily News/File photo

Steve Helmbrecht poses outside his photography studio in 2020. His daughter, Jade Helmbrecth, who took over the studio after he died of complications from cancer Oct. 21, has announced she is closing the studio her family has operated since 1946.

Jade Helmbrecht has announced that later this year she will be closing Helmbrecht Photography, a business operated by her family for the past 76 years.

Helmbrecht said the business will be closed from now through Aug. 1 as she prepares and archives what is in the building, reopening so people can order archived photographs.

Helmbrecht said she will not be taking orders for new photographs.

She said she is happy help people who want archived photos going back to 1946.

She took over the business after her father, Steve Helmbrecht, died Oct. 21 of complications related to cancer.

Jade Helmbrecht declined to provide details on the closure this morning, but said she would be available to provide more information in July.

Watch for more on the history of the studio in Wednesday's edition of Havre Daily News.


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