SAH Archipedia: Idaho Entries Added

by SAH News | Sep 02, 2016

ID-01-055-0008_001---500pxSixty-three entries from the state of Idaho have been added to SAH Archipedia. This material, which includes fifty main entries and an additional thirteen subentries, comprises the first half of a list featuring Idaho’s most representative buildings and sites, compiled by state coordinators Anne L. Marshall, Wendy R. McClure, Phillip G. Mead, and D. Nels Reese.  

Photo: Coeur d’Alene’s Old Sacred Heart Mission, 1850–1853, Antonio Ravalli; 1973–1975 restoration, Geoffrey Fairfax and Gerron Hite. 31732 S. Mission Rd. (credit: Gregory White) 

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