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Idaho Modern publishes field guide to Idaho Mid-Century homes

Pictured here (l-r) are Karl LeClair, A&H public art specialist; Brandi Burns, A&H history programs manager; Chelsee Boehm, Boise State University history fellow; Annie Murphy, A&H cultural asset program assistant; Terri Schorzman, A&H director; Rachel Reichert, A&H James Castle home site manager; Melanie Folwell, Idaho Modern member; Stephanie Clarkson, Idaho Modern chair; Shaun Weston, Idaho Modern member; and Byron Folwell, Idaho Modern member. Photo by Erika Sather-Smith.

Pictured (l-r) are Karl LeClair, A&H public art specialist; Brandi Burns, A&H history programs manager; Chelsee Boehm, Boise State University history fellow; Annie Murphy, A&H cultural asset program assistant; Terri Schorzman, A&H director; Rachel Reichert, A&H James Castle home site manager; Melanie Folwell, Idaho Modern member; Stephanie Clarkson, Idaho Modern chair; Shaun Weston, Idaho Modern member; and Byron Folwell, Idaho Modern member. Photo by Erika Sather-Smith.

Idaho Modern (and Preservation Idaho) introduced their forthcoming booklet Idaho Modern Field Guide: The History, Care, and Keeping of your Mid-century Home at Boise City Hall on August 24. The 20-page booklet, funded with a $5,000 grant from the Boise Department of Arts & History, will be offered free to Boiseans. The booklet will be available beginning the evening of Sept. 8. at an event hosted by Mid-Century Homes by Moniker Real Estate at Bodovino in downtown Boise.

The Boise Arts & History Department has hosted the Idaho Modern Lunch + Learn series this summer and this year is celebrating 20 years of funding Boise’s arts, history and culture. The department’s grant program has funded 357 individuals and organizations to date, a total of $925,000 since 1997. 

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