Location: Juliaetta Idaho

Prominent Cities and Towns of the State

Boise, The Capital City The following descriptive article is an excerpt from the souvenir edition of the Boise Sentinel, issued in June 1897: So much has been said and written and sung of “Boise, the Beautiful,” that the task of saying any-thing new seems utterly hopeless; and of this there is little need. While those who have made their homes here from the beginning, and those who from year to year have come to stay, might naturally be expected to be most fervent in their praises, they have not always been the happiest in laying appropriate tributes before the shrine

Biography of Collins Perryman

Among the most prominent and valued residents of his section of the state is Collins Perryman, of Juliaetta, a veteran of the civil war, and a citizen whose labors in behalf of the town of his abode have been most effective in advancing its interests. He was the pioneer hotel man, as a real-estate dealer has handled the greater part of its property, has done more than any other man in the locality to improve the roads through the surrounding country, and has always been watchful of the welfare and progress, doing all in his power to promote the growth

Biography of Noyes B. Holbrook

Mr. Holbrook dates his residence in Idaho from 1862, and is therefore one of its pioneer settlers. He has witnessed almost the entire growth and development of the state, and has largely aided in its progress and advancement, neglecting no duty of citizenship and withholding his support and cooperation from no measure for the public good. He is now proprietor of the roller-process flouring mill at Juliaetta, and is an enterprising business man whose honorable methods commend him to the confidence and secure him the patronage of a large portion of the community with which he is connected. Mr. Holbrook

Hogg, Michael Dee – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Michael Dee Hogg, 48, of Juliaetta, Idaho, a former Baker City resident, died June 25, 2004. His graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Mount Hope Cemetery. Bob Harrison will officiate. Michael was born on June 22, 1956, at San Diego to Ronald L. and Evelyn Golar Hogg. For the past 10 years Mike had worked in northern Idaho building custom homes, a job he loved. Survivors include his parents, Ronald and Evelyn Hogg of Baker City; two brothers, Joseph, and his wife, Gloria, of San Diego, and Theodore and his partner, Darlene Schnoor, of