Did you know? When Idaho Public Television made the movie “Assassination: Idaho’s Trial of the Century” about the Haywood Trial and the assassination of Gov. Frank Steunenberg, filmmakers shot the courtroom scenes in the old federal building. The actual 1907 trial took place in the original Ada County Courthouse at 6th and Jefferson.
Did you know? When Idaho Public Television made the movie “Assassination: Idaho’s Trial of the Century” about the Haywood Trial and the assassination of Gov. Frank Steunenberg, filmmakers shot the courtroom scenes in the old federal building. The actual 1907 trial took place in the original Ada County Courthouse at 6th and Jefferson. jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Did you know? When Idaho Public Television made the movie “Assassination: Idaho’s Trial of the Century” about the Haywood Trial and the assassination of Gov. Frank Steunenberg, filmmakers shot the courtroom scenes in the old federal building. The actual 1907 trial took place in the original Ada County Courthouse at 6th and Jefferson. jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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