BOISE’S BUREAUCRATS—STATE STREET’S NOTABLE HOUSES OF PUBLIC SERVANTS FROM THE 1900’S
Presented by Gaby Thomason, Historian and Preservation Idaho’s Programs Director
Join historian and Preservation Idaho’s programs director Gaby Thomason for a tour of Boise’s State Street Historic District. This National Historic District is significant not only for its architectural diversity at the turn of the 19th century, but also for the individuals and families the houses were built for. Come discover the original location of the Adelmann House that now sits in the Pioneer Village next to the Idaho History Museum, the home of Frank Dietrich—the man Dietrich, ID was named after, the “new and exceedingly effective” architectural style built for Governor Morrison by J. Flood Walker, and more.