This should be a memorable site to many in the area.
Can you identify where this building was? What business was there? What the machine was in the street?
If you have an answer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to stay anonymous, just let us know.
Deer hunting is a common occurrence in the county and puts many a meal on the dinner table. Valdie Burkholder identified the men in last week’s picture as her father and two brothers. Left to right, we have Blaine White Jr., Blaine White Sr., and George White.
The family moved from Kellogg Idaho to a stump ranch in the Moyie Springs area. Valdie is dating the picture to sometime in the 1930’s.
Her mother would cook for hunters who came from the Kellogg, to hunt our vast forests, and some of these deer may have been theirs.
She remembers the deer hanging in the shed. She tells us that the picture brought back many pleasant memories.
Several weeks ago, we shared a picture of the high school twirlers. Trudell Lane Mendenhall recognized herself in the photo along with her classmates.
Thank you Trudell for verifying the information we received.
Your Boundary County Historical Society and Museum, 7229 Main, Bonners Ferry, Idaho sponsors this column. During the winter, the Museum is open Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To help maintain the buildings, a small entrance fee is requested. It is $2 per person or $5 per family. There is no charge for those under 14-years-old or for the Boundary County Historical Society members. Visit the website at www.boundarycountymuseum.org for a list of the latest events.
Well, if you would like to take a break from the snow, come on down and visit the museum. So much to learn and so much to do, that doesn’t involve a shovel! Hope to see you soon.