The Cyrus Jacobs/ Uberuaga House at 607 Grove St. was built in 1864. It is the oldest surviving brick dwelling in Boise. Its stairs will get an upgrade, thanks to a grant from the Idaho Heritage Trust, which has awarded grants to the house and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center many times for various preservation projects.
The Cyrus Jacobs/ Uberuaga House at 607 Grove St. was built in 1864. It is the oldest surviving brick dwelling in Boise. Its stairs will get an upgrade, thanks to a grant from the Idaho Heritage Trust, which has awarded grants to the house and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center many times for various preservation projects. Gerry Melendez
The Cyrus Jacobs/ Uberuaga House at 607 Grove St. was built in 1864. It is the oldest surviving brick dwelling in Boise. Its stairs will get an upgrade, thanks to a grant from the Idaho Heritage Trust, which has awarded grants to the house and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center many times for various preservation projects. Gerry Melendez

Good news for two local historic sites: Preservation grants from Idaho Heritage Trust

December 26, 2016 09:15 PM

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