This site was made possible by the Long Valley Preservation Society through a grant from the Laura More Cunningham Foundation.
The Long Valley Preservation Society was established in 1973. Our goal is to collect, preserve, interpret and display Valley County, Idaho, history at the Roseberry Museum Complex near Donnelly, Idaho.
The Heritage Site depicts a late 19th/early 20th century Finnish homestead: a modest, well-built home of hand-hewn logs with dove-tail joins, various sheds and out-buildings and the hub of Finnish hygiene and social life, the sauna.
Other buildings include The Valley County Museum (1910), Methodist - Episcopal Church (1904), Roseberry General Store (1905), Whitney-Fairbrother School (1914), The Barn at Roseberry (1912), and the Nell Tobias Research Center (1936).
For more information on the Long Valley Preservation Society, go to www.historicroseberry.org.
For more information on the Laura More Cunningham Foundation, go to http://www.lauramoorecunningham.org.