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http://history.icpl.org/import/Oakland_001.pdf
The Oakland Cemetery Tree Walk begins at the east end of Brown Street, walks along the Governor Street side of the cemetery, turns east when parallel to Church, heads back towards Brown, and turns and curves past past many of the walkways in the…

http://history.icpl.org/import/North_Side_001.pdf
The North Side Tree Walk begins at North Market Square and walks along Johnson, Ronalds, Van Buren, Church, Linn, Davenport, Dubuque, Bloomington, and Dodge Streets. Due to the changing nature of the neighborhood and other natural occurrences, the…

http://history.icpl.org/import/Longfellow_001.pdf
The Longfellow Tree Walk begins at the Longfellow school parking lot, heads west on Seymour, north on Clark, west on Court, south on Summit, east on Sheridan, and back up east on Seymour Street. Due to the changing nature of the neighborhood and…

http://history.icpl.org/import/Leaves_001.pdf
"Some Leaves You May See on a Tree Walk". Pamphlet displays leaf shapes for trees living in the Iowa City area. Pamhplet printed double-sided on 8.5x14" green paper with black ink. Trees include the following: Apricot, Eastern Arborvita, Mountain…

http://history.icpl.org/import/Goosetown_001.pdf
The Goosetown Tree Walk begins at the Hickory Hill parking lot off of Bloomington Street and ends at the Hickory Hill park trees near Cedar Street. The tour walks along Bloomington, Reno, Center, Davenport, Pleasant, and Cedar Streets. Due to the…

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Project Number Iowa R-14. Plan dated June 1987.

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Paris Cleaners, Easyplace, Joe's Place. Dated July 1995.

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Original Iowa City Post Office building. Current site of the Senior Center building. Slide printed April 1965.

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Iowa City Catholic Grade School, formerly Saint Patrick's Parochial School, on the right. Slide printed August 1972.

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Future site of downtown Pedestrian Mall. J.C. Penney's building, Carnegie Library, parking lot.

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Iowa Avenue, east from the Old Capitol steps. Slide printed March 1972.

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Old Capitol and blue mural in the background.

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Future site of parking ramp downtown. Businesses pictured on South Dubuque Street 100-Block: J.C. Penney's, Iowa movie theatre, Piper's Candies, Blackstone Beauty Salon. Slide printed March 1972.

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Building construction. Seiferts, the Airliner, Allen's. Slide printed April 1972.

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During Urban renewal. Slide printed March 1972.

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Temporary building constructed on South Clinton Street during Urban Renewal. Slide printed July 1973.

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Pedestrian Mall and fountain. Dated August 1980. This photo features the fountain informally called "Three Women Peeing," an unnamed sculpture created by Bob Satter and Brian Gutheinz. It was a tubular fountain on stepped brick platform, made with…

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Temporary building constructed on Clinton Street during Urban Renewal. Slide printed July 1973.

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At the Holiday Inn enrance. Slide printed October 1984. This photo features the fountain informally called "Three Women Peeing," an unnamed sculpture created by Bob Satter and Brian Gutheinz. It was a tubular fountain on stepped brick platform,…

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Pre-pedestrian mall, prior to the Black Hawk mural that was painted on the side of the building shown. Slide printed September 1974.

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Temporary building contructed during Urban Renewal period. Slide printed July 1973.

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Future site of Plaza Centre One. Slide printed August 1973.
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