Oneida County Pioneer Museum

27 Bannock Street Malad Idaho


Hours:  Tues-Sat 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. or by appointment  - Admission is Free- Donations Accepted


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History of the Museum

This Building was built in 1914 by R.B. Davis and used as a Drug Store for many years.  Miles Slater was the pharmacist.  The original pressed-tin ceiling and the original safe are still in good condition and are interesting features of the Oneida Pioneer Museum.

For Many Years this building housed the State Liquor Store and was later used as a Sears Catalog Outlet.  It has been the home of the Oneida Pioneer Museum since 1992.

The upstairs, which is no longer used, was several small apartments with one common bathroom at the end of the hall.  The outside entrance to the basement at one time led to a dentist office and later to an ice cream parlor.    MORE

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