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Postcard sent to Mabel Walker, postmarked December 23, 1907. Ben Franklin 1-cent stamp.

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American Bankers Travelers Cheques advertisement from First National Bank of Iowa City. Postcard sent from T. Frank Hersch to A.E. Irmscher, postmarked March 12, 19??. George Washington 1-cent stamp.

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The Dresden China Store was located at 13 and 15 South Dubuque Street, Iowa City. A descriptive advertisement for the business is printed on the back of the postcard.

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The Dresden China Store was located at 13 and 15 South Dubuque Street, Iowa City.

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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…

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The Elks' building was located at the corner of East Washington and South Gilbert Streets. First postcard sent from Paul Bastian to Verl Muckler, postmarked May 29, 1912, Ben Franklin 1-Cent stamp. Second postcard written in Czech and sent to…

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The Elks building was located at the corner of East Washington and South Gilbert Streets.

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The First National Bank in Iowa City was located at 202 East Washington Street.

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Aerial view of downtown Iowa City. Identified buildings include old City Hall building, demolished in 1962. First postcard sent from Lida and Mrs. McWilliams to Mrs. A.B. Thompson, postmarked November 1, 1915, George Washington 1-cent stamp. …

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Aerial view of downtown Iowa City,including parts of University of Iowa campus. Buildings include East Hall Annex on the left and Close Hall on the right. First postcard sent from E.E. [Coah] to Bert [Coah], postmarked April 10, 1916, Ben Franklin…

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Postcard sent to O.A. Conklin, postmarked December 4, 1913. George Washington 1-cent stamp.

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Black Hawk Pedestrian Park was located at College and Washington Streets, downtown Iowa City. Eric Christenson designed the "Spirit of Black Hawk" mural.

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John Wilson’s Sporting Goods store, across the street, later moved to the 400 block of East College, then to Eastdale Mall and later to the Sycamore Mall.

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Bremers store on the 100 block of East Washington Street, downtown.

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The Burkley Imperial Hotel was located at 9 East Washington Street. Postcard sent from Mary to Frank Harding, postmarked December 9, 1912. George Washington 1-cent stamp.

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Postal information in German, Czech, Russian and other languages is printed on the back of postcard. Postcard sent to Ella McAllister, postmarked February 15, 1909. Ben Franklin 1-cent stamp.

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This postcard was printed by I.A. Wetherby's daughter Carrie around 1915 in an attempt to publicize his photography.

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Clinton Street Looking South from Iowa Ave

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Coast & Sons was located at 10 and 12 South Clinton Street. A descriptive advertisement for the business is printed on the back of the postcard.

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Monument documenting the early history of Iowa City. Placed by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Iowa City, May 4, 1935. A transcription of monument is on the back of postcard.

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This holiday greeting card was sent out by the Iowa City Press-Citizen.

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"The Spirit of Black Hawk" mural was located at Black Hawk Pedestrian Park, College and Washington Streets, downtown Iowa City. Mural design by Eric Christenson, detail of Black Hawk painted by William Heyer. Black Hawk Mini-Park, Iowa City,…

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The Englert Theatre and Jefferson building are on the left in this image.
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