Iowa City Public Library

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Film negative of organ

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Photo of organ

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Photo postcard of Methodist Episcopal Church in Iowa City

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Hotel reservations for workers to install the new organ at First United Methodist Church.

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First United Methodist Church 160th Anniversary Commissioned Anthem music booklet.

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"Celebrating Together for Tomorrow" booklet created to celebrate the installation of a new organ at the First United Methodist Church of Iowa City.

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For Sale notice for 1942 Kilgen Pipe Organ

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Specifications and prices for a new organ from The Holtkamp Organ Company

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Notes from the organ committee regarding dates and costs for the organ installationand repairs.

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Historical statement detailing the process of aquiring an organ at the First Methodist Church of Iowa City

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Plans for proposed chamber modifications at First Methodist Church

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Nikki Becklinger, Thalia Sutton, and John Paul Hornbeck pose near College Green Park.

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Specifications for the construction of the spire of the North Presbyterian Church of Iowa City

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“Received Iowa City, February 13, 1865 of H. Murray, one hundred dollars being balance of payment for building church cornice [Finkbine Lovelace?]"

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A sermon on the history of the First Presbyterian Church. The sermon references Psalm 77:11-15 and I Peter 2:9-10.

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Property description for 530 Ferson Ave.

fpc_1977-096.pdf
A program from the FPC organ dedication and recital events

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fpc_1975-095.pdf
Contract to remove pipe organ from church

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Photographs of nails from the floor of Old Brick, along with accompanying envelope.

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Letter from Rev. Harmon Johnson of the Synod of Illinois to Rev. Harvey Mullan of the Rushville Presbytery, inquiring as to whether they might have any of records that are missing from the Church in Iowa City. At its founding, the Church was part of…

fpc_1940s-078.pdf
1940s New Year's Day Recalls 3 Bells of Olden Times

1940 Letter from Guy Barnes to the Church
Letter from Guy L. Barnes detailing some information about the McCready family. It mentions James and Eliza McCready, and Almon and Sarah Barnes, who were all founding members of the First Presbyterian Church in Scott township. Almon Barnes was…

fpc_1873-041.pdf
1873 Sunday School Attendance record book

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Ledger detailing the amounts pledged by Church members for a new bell during the years 1869-1871.

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Booklet recording the cost of and rentals paid by Church members for specific pews.

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Ledger detailing amounts paid for specific pews in the First Presbyterian Church during 1868-1869.

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A letter formally stating the resignation of the Board of Trustees.

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A list of people who pledged to pay money for a bell for the North Presbyterian Church. The North Presbyterian Church was the First Presbyterian Church, and was located where Old Brick is. The church building that stood in 1855 was destroyed by fire…

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A list of people who pledged to pay money for a bell for the North Presbyterian Church. The North Presbyterian Church was the First Presbyterian Church, and was located where Old Brick is. The church building that stood in 1855 was destroyed by fire…

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Back row: Bob Towner (twin)-1st on left, Robert Merriam-5th from left, Dale Hughes-on right end. Front row: Helen Hein-3rd from left, Bette Towner (twin)-6th from left, Theo Hazard-7th from left, Louis Eichler-8th from left, Paul Ware-9th from left,…

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Front row left to right: Lois Breese, Betty Potter, Alida Potter. Second row: Sylvester Merzil, Alton Ashlot, Mildred Neuzil, Ida Breese. Third row: Marie Neuzil, Ida Breese. Back row: Mary Breese, Marjorie Breese, Lyle Ashlot, Merle Breese.

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Front row left to right: Billie Blaka, Gwen Potter, Bonnie Blaka. Second row: Helen Blaka, Betty Conklin. Third row: Betty Potter, Glen Cakes, Aleda Potter. Fourth row: Maxine Conklin, Ray Cakes, Joe Blaka, Ray Smith.

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Students in photo: Billie Blaka, Betty Conklin, Betty Mae Potter, Maxine Conklin, Charlie Smith, Bonnie Blaka, Gwen Potter, Joe Blaka, Helen Blaka.

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Rena Sporleder (in plaid dress--3rd row up, second from right), daughter of Henry Sporleder, 1/3 owner of the steamship the "Iowa City" and later a grocer.

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Mary and Camilla Sunier in front of the school. They lived on Dubuque Street in North Iowa City.
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