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  • Wood house move

    Crews relocate the Wood house along South 5th Street on Monday evening from its former location in the Central Addition. The Victorian home, which was moved to 1501 W. Jefferson Street, was built between 1893 and 1899 for Mary F. Wood. She later became the first librarian of the new Boise Carnegie Library, in 1905.

Wood house move

Crews relocate the Wood house along South 5th Street on Monday evening from its former location in the Central Addition. The Victorian home, which was moved to 1501 W. Jefferson Street, was built between 1893 and 1899 for Mary F. Wood. She later became the first librarian of the new Boise Carnegie Library, in 1905.
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