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1955 Faun’s Motel Neon Sign

As part of the Old Town Pocatello Foundation’s ongoing Relight the Night initiative to restore and preserve neon signs throughout the city’s historic downtown, the

1863 Thomas Sleight Cabin, Paris

1863 Thomas Sleight Cabin, Paris Paris, Bear Lake County Grants: 2019 – Replaced rotted logs, installed a weed barrier, replaced plexiglass window with period glass

1907 Coop Building, Malad

1907 Coop Building, Malad Malad, Oneida County Grants: 2019 – Washed, patched, and encased the foundation in cement to repair/prevent deterioration Location: 25 North Main

1930’s Old City Building & Shop

1930’s Old City Building & Shop, SE Idaho Council of Governments Pocatello, Bannock County Grants: 2019 – Cleaned façade, replaced flag standard, repaired an additional

1958 Buster Brown Neon Sign

1958 Buster Brown Neon Sign Pocatello, Bannock County Grants: 2019 – Repair and installation of the sign Location: N42 degrees 51.7277’ W112 degrees 27.0025’ The iconic

Silver Horseshoe Bar Sign

Silver Horseshoe Bar Sign American Falls, Power County Grant: 2014 Location: Fort Hall Avenue, American Falls, 83211 The Silver Horseshoe Bar building was originally constructed

American United Methodist Church Windows

American United Methodist Church Windows American Falls, Power County Grant: 2002 Location: 710 Fort Hall Ave, American Falls, Idaho 83211 The original Methodist Church was

Samuel Deer Davis Cabin

Samuel Deer Davis Cabin Samaria, Oneida County Grants: 2017 Location: 4576 South 4400 West, Samaria, ID Samuel Deer Davis was born to parents who immigrated

Davis Cabin

Davis Cabin Samaria, Oneida County Grant: 2009, 2010 Location: 4450 West 4500 South, Malad, ID 83252 The Malad Valley Welsh Foundation is working with area cabin

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church Malad, Oneida County Grant: 2012, 2013 Location: 7 South Main Street, Malad, ID 83252 The First Presbyterian Church, established in 1882, was

1955 Faun’s Motel Neon Sign

As part of the Old Town Pocatello Foundation’s ongoing Relight the Night initiative to restore and preserve neon signs throughout the city’s historic downtown, the

1863 Thomas Sleight Cabin, Paris

1863 Thomas Sleight Cabin, Paris Paris, Bear Lake County Grants: 2019 – Replaced rotted logs, installed a weed barrier, replaced plexiglass window with period glass

1907 Coop Building, Malad

1907 Coop Building, Malad Malad, Oneida County Grants: 2019 – Washed, patched, and encased the foundation in cement to repair/prevent deterioration Location: 25 North Main

1930’s Old City Building & Shop

1930’s Old City Building & Shop, SE Idaho Council of Governments Pocatello, Bannock County Grants: 2019 – Cleaned façade, replaced flag standard, repaired an additional

1958 Buster Brown Neon Sign

1958 Buster Brown Neon Sign Pocatello, Bannock County Grants: 2019 – Repair and installation of the sign Location: N42 degrees 51.7277’ W112 degrees 27.0025’ The iconic

Silver Horseshoe Bar Sign

Silver Horseshoe Bar Sign American Falls, Power County Grant: 2014 Location: Fort Hall Avenue, American Falls, 83211 The Silver Horseshoe Bar building was originally constructed

American United Methodist Church Windows

American United Methodist Church Windows American Falls, Power County Grant: 2002 Location: 710 Fort Hall Ave, American Falls, Idaho 83211 The original Methodist Church was

Samuel Deer Davis Cabin

Samuel Deer Davis Cabin Samaria, Oneida County Grants: 2017 Location: 4576 South 4400 West, Samaria, ID Samuel Deer Davis was born to parents who immigrated

Davis Cabin

Davis Cabin Samaria, Oneida County Grant: 2009, 2010 Location: 4450 West 4500 South, Malad, ID 83252 The Malad Valley Welsh Foundation is working with area cabin

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church Malad, Oneida County Grant: 2012, 2013 Location: 7 South Main Street, Malad, ID 83252 The First Presbyterian Church, established in 1882, was

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