1 – Pearl Dye

2 – 1975. In the basement of the Centennial Library.

3 – 1886; many locations including the second floor of current Idaho County Veteran’s Center, Mini Mall, basement of Idaho Forest Group

4 – In city hall, next to the city fire truck garage on Main Street.

5 – Next to the Blue Fox Theatre. Emblem was a large “V” that stood for the type of oil.

6 – All were located side by side on the north side of Main Street, east of present-day Larson’s Department Store location

7 – Beer

8 – 1908

9 - A community that later came to be called Kooskia.

10 – Runs between Mt. Idaho and State Highway 13. There was a large house located on that road where destitute people could live.

Questions and answers were provided by the Idaho County Genealogy Society, located at 226 East North Street, Grangeville, open 1-4 p.m., Wednesday through Friday. Contact the society: 208-451-3996, online at idahocountygenealogicalsociety.com.

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