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8 East Idaho Street (Commercial Building), Paul, Cassia County, ID

8 East Idaho Street (Commercial Building), Paul, Cassia County, ID



Significance: This two-story brick building, with its modest architectural detail, is typical of the early 20th Century structures found in Paul's Commercial center. Its original use was commercial on the first floor and residential on the second floor. / Original uses of the building are unknown. In the 50's and 60's it was a cafe owned by the Connor's family and was named Connor's Cafe. It was vacant for a time and in the 70's and early 80's was Mr. Lucky's Bar.
Survey number: HABS ID-80
Building/structure dates: 19q1 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


cassia county42.35804, -113.57285
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