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Annelle Urbahn, who helped organize the “Turn of the Century Homes Tour” driving/walking brochure, is seen here in front of The Meadow House, 306 S. Meadow Street. The home was built in 1905 for Mr. Steinheiser. His widow sold the home years later to Dr. J.L. Rains. Dr. Rains for a survivor of the 1879 Sheepeater (Shoshone and Bannock) Indian War.

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Homes tour:Residents, visitors invited to go on driving, walking tour of turn-of-the-century Grangeville homes

Are you interested in the history of Grangeville homes? Grab some friends, hop in the car (or go by foot if you’d like the exercise) and go on the “Turn of the Century Homes” tour in Grangeville. “A brochure was last completed about 27 years ago, but we’ve now updated that and it’s ready for the public,” said Annelle Urbahn, who has helped get the new brochure updated and out. The Urbahn House, 204 E. South First Street, which was built in 1910, is one of the homes on the tour.

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