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Photographs of downtown Iowa City Pedestrian Mall at College Street and interior of the Old Capitol Mall, downtown Iowa City.
Aerial view of downtown Iowa City, including the Pentacrest, University of Iowa campus, and the Iowa River. First postcard sent from Mrs. Werner to Gladys Ruth Ownby, postmarked April 3, 1951, George Washington 1-cent stamp. Second postcarrd sent…
Lucy H. Dean, Effie H. Scales, and Addie Hemphill. As photographed by Townsend, 22 Clinton Street.
This postcard was printed by I.A. Wetherby's daughter Carrie around 1915 in an attempt to publicize his photography.
College Street, 100-Block in the pedestrian mall, downtown Iowa City.
Black Hawk Pedestrian Park was located at College and Washington Streets, downtown Iowa City. Eric Christenson designed the "Spirit of Black Hawk" mural.
The tall building on the right, facing Clinton street is the old Universalist church. It was dedicated on January 12, 1873. It was sold to the Iowa Unitarian Association in 1899. It was sold to the University of Iowa between 1900 and 1906 and was…
Mary E. Hemphill, age 65; picture taken in 1902 for golden wedding anniversary by Townsend, 22 S. Clinton St, Iowa City, Iowa
Clinton Street Looking South from Iowa Ave
J.K. (Joseph Kimbal) Hemphill, age 79, picture taken in 1902 for golden wedding anniversary by Townsend, 22 S. Clinton St. Iowa City, Iowa
Appears to be a travel photo taken in the Middle East. Information unconfirmed.
Photograph taken at an Old Settlers Picnic in Iowa City, Iowa. Part of a collection of Adeline H. Cippera (unconfirmed).
Nonpareil Card Company, Beacon, Iowa
Iowa City Centennial Headquarters.
The building behind the horses says “First National Bank,” so this would be either Dubuque Street or Washington Street.
Corner of Clinton Street and Iowa Avenue, downtown.
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