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Homes tour:Residents, visitors invited to go on driving, walking tour of turn-of-the-century Grangeville homes


111 South Idaho Street, Grangeville, which is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 1 to 4 p.m. Some of the homes on the brochure include the following: •Blackmer Funeral Home, 305 N. Mill Street, was built in 1898 for Wallace Scott, early day merchant ...


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Photo by Lorie Palmer Annelle Urbahn, who helped organize the “Turn of the Century Homes Tour” driving/walking brochure, is seen here in front of The Meadow House, 306 SMeadow StreetThe home was built in 1905 for MrSteinheiserHis widow sold the home years later to DrJ.LRainsDrRains for a survivor of the 1879 Sheepeater (Shoshone and Bannock) Indian War. By Lorie Palmer As of Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Sign in to favorite this Share this Email, Facebook, Twitter ?

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