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JKHF Gifts are Tax Deducible.


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





We thank those who provide the JKHF with memorials.  This lasting tribute to the following individuals in-part serves as a celebration to the differences they made in our community and beyond.  Your "In Memory" donation guarantees the continuation of historical preservation in and around Kendrick and Juliaetta. 

John & Arlene (Deobald) Watts Wallace


Details to GIFT Giving to JKHF:

As of February 5, 2009 Juliaetta-Kendrick Heritage Foundation has been recognized as a IRS Public Charity Nonprofit organization.  Our identification number is 26-4056548.

The following IRS information is provided, as a educational help, toward understanding the IRS benefits a JKHF nonprofit designation provides to you and our community.

  •  For technical or procedural answers relating to Nonprofit Exempt Organizations, visit the Charities and Nonprofits homepage on the web site.


  •  Friend: $20.00 - $29.99

  •  Contributor: $30.00 - $99.99

  •  Sponsor: $100.00 - $499.99

  •  Patron: $500.00 and up

JKHF appreciates being included in you will -- much like an additional family member.  Remember us also for

  •  Project specific gifts
  •  Memorials
  •  Deferred Gifts from IRS's, annuities & Life Insurance policies

You can enhance JKHF's archival collections with your identified Kendrick and Juliaetta area:

  •  Pictures
  •  Genealogies
  •  Personal stories (both oral and written)
  •  School annuals
  •  Newspapers
  •  Museum quality items

Items donated are documented by with the Deed of Gift and Donation form completion.  The items (s) are then reviewed by an acceptance committee ensuring your treasure will enhance what we are attempting to represent through our mission statement.  Our  museum has the following segments of identified collections:

  •  Recreation in the Early 1900's
  •  Early 1900's Home Items
  •  Railroad Items
  •  Communication throughout the 1900's
  •  Early 1900's Tools of a Trade
  •  Early Logging
  •  Early Tools for the Farm & Ranch

A Photo Gallery is part of each of the above displays in addition to a designated photo area.  Included in the same 2nd floor level "Grand Room"  of the Kendrick Fraternal Temple building located at 614 E. Main St. in Kendrick is our public Research Center.  The room and all that it offers is open with a request.  This room is a work in progress.

Contact: Sharon Harris, President  (208) 289-4622 (changed June 2013)

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