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308 Main St.
1051 Main St.
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P.O. Box 37
We are all
excited about the opening of our museum. We are planning a different type of
meeting for April. On
Saturday, April 11, 2015 we will gather at the museum beginning at 9:00 am to finalize
museum displays and work on archival needs until noon when we will share an item
each of us brings to eat. Our meeting will begin at 1:00 pm. Any
time prior to lunch you can give will help organizational efforts tremendously
as many hands accomplishes lots.
In Our Future? You are
invited to review data on this subject by viewing the posters in the Fraternal
Temple window front windows and receive available handouts at Koffee Kups (704
E. Main Kendrick). For information on historical districts contact Tricia
Canaday, from the State Historic Preservation office (208) 334-3864 ext. 102.
Mark Saturday, April
25, 2015 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. on your calendar.
our Museum and Research Center's GRAND OPENING. It will be an
afternoon of "Memories of the 1900's". You
are invited to climb the stairs to the second floor level of the Fraternal
Temple (Grange) Building at 614 E. Main in Kendrick for remembering and
In addition to viewing our unique eight segmented Museum displays and wondering
though our Research Center's collections on the second floor the ground level
area will provide additional showings and light refreshments. Both of our DVD publications--Early Days of
Kendrick and Early Days of Juliaetta will be running. Additional traveling
historical displays well also be available in the lower level Grand Room.
K-J and area Newspaper Collecting-Microfilming-Digitization-Web
Publication: This project involves digitizing the
47 reels of Idaho State Historical Society microfilmed publications with the
added ability for a subject search.
Juliaetta and many Kendrick
newspapers (totaling 7,500 issues from 1890 - 1998) are currently available on the left side
"Newspapers" link on this page.
project details are also available at that location.
Thanks to a recent National Historical Publications & Records
Commission grant and Latah
County Arts and Culture Committee
Nov. 2014 funding this project has moved forward.
Juliaetta Historical Tour Booklets
Early Days of Juliaetta DVD's
The BOOKLET & DVD is AVAILABLE NOW at our local distributors (see left side page link panel) and from Sharon Harris.
Colter's Creek Winery & the Juliaetta Market carry them too!
The pricing matches the Kendrick Historical Tour booklet ($5.00) and DVD
($20.00) with an additional $3.00/item needed for mailings.
Both of the DVD's were produced by Marsha Schoeffler.
This completes the Kendrick- Juliaetta Historical Tour update project with the site signage in place.
We thank the
Statewide Education Philanthropic Gift
Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation
Latah County Arts & Culture Committee
for Juliaetta project funding.
2015 Project Funding Needs:
Fraternal Temple Exterior Critical Brick
($21,075.00) and 18 Window Restoration ($6,205.00): $27,280.00
Providing a heating source to our Museum and Research
Center Grand Room: $9,000.00
Provide water to the Fraternal
Temple upper 2nd and 3rd levels including a 2nd level unisex bathroom and
utility room: $4,040.00
Museum signage laminator and
archival paper material protectors: $900.00
2nd Floor Grand Room electrical
We NOW have a
Juliaetta - Kendrick Heritage
Foundation link! Please join us as a friend.
Latah County Library District
and VALNet Patrons
Heritage Quest data base IS available for
library patron use. At the moment there is no direct link to the library's
data base page (left side link on the library web site) however in the meantime
and both library and home users use
. Home users need to use the normal VALNet library card barcode to log-in
also. The World Vital Records data base will be available only until
February 2015. Challenges??? call your library.
Historical Tour Booklet
AVAILABLE for $5.00.
The 40 selected Kendrick businesses and early homes in this 36-page
publication can be viewed with a click on the above link. Pictures,
unique tidbits of information, and vivid descriptions all contribute toward
an understanding of what and who played a part in establishing and
sustaining Kendrick beginning before 1890. A booklet map allows for a
walking and/or a vehicle tour. Purchase locally at Red Cross Pharmacy,
and Simple Joys Antiques & Gifts. For a mailing add $3.00/booklet mailed
when you contact Sharon Harris. She also is the contact for guided
group tours to discuss
rates and availability. See her contact at bottom of page.
Find MORE "JKHF Publications"
information go to the left side link on this page.
Local PHOTO Viewing BUSINESS LOCATIONS:
Our digital photo units display local
historical pictures at:
CONTACT & Publication Purchase INFORMATION:
- Telephone & E-Mail contact: Sharon Harris, President
email@example.com (changed June 2013)
Physical Address (make
appointment): Fraternal Temple building 2nd floor -- 614 E. Main
St. -- Kendrick Idaho
JKHF Postal address:
P.O. Box 37 Kendrick, ID 83537