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Our Publication Local Purchase Locations:

Colter's Creek Winery

308 Main St.

Juliaetta, Idaho


Juliaetta Market

1051 Main St.

Juliaetta, Idaho


Red Cross Pharmacy

509 E. Main

Kendrick, Idaho


Simple Joys

Antiques & Gifts

609 E. Main

Kendrick, Idaho


...and BOOK, too!

918 6th Street

Clarkston, Wash.


Sharon Harris

JKHF President

(208) 289-4622




P.O. Box 37

Kendrick, ID 83537






Milt Patterson is sharing his photography web site with us.    Milt Patterson's Photograph site provides diverse snapshots of the area in and around Kendrick and Juliaetta Idaho.   Our historic photo collection sampling is displayed under the "Juliaetta-Kendrick Heritage Foundation"  label.  Milt also exhibits historic pictures from his own collection.  The entire photograph exhibit is UNDER CONTINUOUS CONSTRUCTION, you are encouraged to return to it often!  Purchases of the photo's can also be made directly from Milt's site.

The JKHF Research Center is now open in combination with our museum.  Our Research Area contains digital and hard copy media including newspapers, books, school annuals, magazines, photo's cataloged in notebooks designated by broad topics, journal listings all provide local area and family historical data. Research abilities are enhanced with a scanner, a computer and a microfiche reader.

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 local "Memories of the 1900's". Our Museum and Research Center is open on the 2nd and 4th Saturday from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.  For A Private Tour Call:(208) 289-4622(Sharon) or (20) 289-3001(Loeda).

JKHF would be very happy to include your historic photo's of our area to their collection.  Contact Sharon at the above phone number.

Current Kendrick-Juliaetta and surrounding area project interests: 

Our Pioneers             Schools               Homes                     Businesses

The Railroad             Trams                Ranch Brands            Cemeteries

Organizations           Churches            Community Events    Post Offices  

 History shows us Who we Were, Who we Are, and Who we may Become.