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Music Conservatory of Sandpoint

Built in 1910 to serve as Sandpoint’s City Hall, 110 Main Street is now home to the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint (MCS), who purchased the

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint Sandpoint, Bonner County Erected in 1906,FirstPresbyterian Church is downtown Sandpoint’s oldest church building still serving the community in this capacity. The

1907 Shoshone County Courthouse

1907 Shoshone County Courthouse, Wallace Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2018 Location: 700 Bank Street, Wallace, ID 83873 The Shoshone County seat was relocated from Murray

South Hill Stairs

South Hill Stairs Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2012 Location: South Hill of Wallace, ID 83873 The South Hill Stairs were constructed with timbers and lumber

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2010 Location: 215 4th Street, Wallace, ID 83873 “The Gothic Revival style church was built in 1900.  The

Nine Mile Cemetery Association

Nine Mile Cemetery Association Wallace, Shoshone County Grants: 2008 Location: Nine Mile Cemetery is located approximately one mile north of Wallace. From Wallace take Nine

St. Al’s Catholic Church

St. Al’s Catholic Church Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2006 Location: 214 Pine Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 St. Alphonsus Catholic Church was constructed in 1926. It

Wallace City Hall

Wallace City Hall Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2006 Location: 703 Cedar Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The Wallace City Hall was built in1924 replacing an earlier

Shoshone Masonic Lodge

Shoshone Masonic Lodge Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2004, 2011, 2015 Location: Shoshone Lodge #25, A.F. & A. M. 605 Bank Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The

PWA Swimming Pool

PWA Swimming Pool Wallace, Shoshone County Grants: 2000, 2003, 2017, 2018 Location: Hotel Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The Wallace Swimming Pool is owned by the

Music Conservatory of Sandpoint

Built in 1910 to serve as Sandpoint’s City Hall, 110 Main Street is now home to the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint (MCS), who purchased the

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint

First Presbyterian Church, Sandpoint Sandpoint, Bonner County Erected in 1906,FirstPresbyterian Church is downtown Sandpoint’s oldest church building still serving the community in this capacity. The

1907 Shoshone County Courthouse

1907 Shoshone County Courthouse, Wallace Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2018 Location: 700 Bank Street, Wallace, ID 83873 The Shoshone County seat was relocated from Murray

South Hill Stairs

South Hill Stairs Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2012 Location: South Hill of Wallace, ID 83873 The South Hill Stairs were constructed with timbers and lumber

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2010 Location: 215 4th Street, Wallace, ID 83873 “The Gothic Revival style church was built in 1900.  The

Nine Mile Cemetery Association

Nine Mile Cemetery Association Wallace, Shoshone County Grants: 2008 Location: Nine Mile Cemetery is located approximately one mile north of Wallace. From Wallace take Nine

St. Al’s Catholic Church

St. Al’s Catholic Church Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2006 Location: 214 Pine Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 St. Alphonsus Catholic Church was constructed in 1926. It

Wallace City Hall

Wallace City Hall Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2006 Location: 703 Cedar Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The Wallace City Hall was built in1924 replacing an earlier

Shoshone Masonic Lodge

Shoshone Masonic Lodge Wallace, Shoshone County Grant: 2004, 2011, 2015 Location: Shoshone Lodge #25, A.F. & A. M. 605 Bank Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The

PWA Swimming Pool

PWA Swimming Pool Wallace, Shoshone County Grants: 2000, 2003, 2017, 2018 Location: Hotel Street, Wallace, Idaho 83873 The Wallace Swimming Pool is owned by the

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