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The location of the Johnson County Savings Bank at the time of this postcard was at 102 South Clinton Street, on the southeast corner of Clinton and Washington Streets. Postcard sent to Carrie McCrory, postmarked July 15, 1914. George Washington…

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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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The location of the Johnson County Savings Bank at the time of this postcard was at 102 South Clinton Street, on the southeast corner of Clinton and Washington Streets.

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The location of the Johnson County Savings Bank at the time of this postcard was at 102 South Clinton Street, on the southeast corner of Clinton and Washington Streets. Postcard sent to Katie Reiss, postmarked October 23, 1907. Ben Franklin 1-cent…

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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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The Johnson County Savings Bank Building was located at the corner of Washington and Clinton Streets in downtown Iowa City. Postcard sent to Madeline Johnson, postmarked September 9, 1915. George Washington 1-cent stamp.

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The Johnson County Savings Bank Building was located at the corner of Washington and Clinton Streets in downtown Iowa City.

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The Johnson County Savings Bank Building was located at the corner of Washington and Clinton Streets in downtown Iowa City. Postcard sent to Jacob Reiss, postmarked July 25, 1914. George Washington 1-cent stamp.

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The Oathout Funeral Home was located at 336 South Clinton Street. It was destroyed in a fire on April 2, 1962, killing one person.

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First regular meeting place of Iowa City Masonic Lodge #4, 1843, which was then Missouri Lodge #63, and the site of the formation of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Iowa of Ancient Free & Accepted Masons, January 1844. Northeast corner of Clinton and…

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The St. James Hotel was located at the southeast corner of Clinton Street and Iowa Avenue. This building burned down in 1916. Further historical information is on the back of postcard.

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The St. James Hotel was located at the southeast corner of Clinton Street and Iowa Avenue. This building burned down in 1916. Postcard written to Johnny Schminkey, dated November 30, 1913.

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Fink's Bazaar was located in the St. James Hotel building at Clinton Street and Iowa Avenue. This photo was taken ca. 1890. Further historical information is on the back of the postcard.

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Issac A. Wetherby's Gallery, east side of Clinton Street, 1870. Wetherby was Iowa City's first photographer.

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

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

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

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Southwest corner of College and Clinton Streets, slide printed August 1973

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South Clinton Street before urban renewal. The fire on January 20, 1970, destroyed the Paper Place (130 South Clinton Street) and Things & Things & Things (132 South Clinton Street); addresses for these locations came from the 1966 City Directory.…

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Southeast corner of Clinton and Washington before urban renewal.

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Intersection of South Clinton and East Washington Streets.

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Southwest corner of Washington and Clinton Streets. Business featured: Burger Chef. Slide printed August 1973.

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West side of Clinton St. from College to Washington Streets. These buildings were soon torn down during urban renewal. Future site of the Old Capitol Mall. Businesses pictured: Little Caesar, the Vine, All Sports Inc. Slide printed August 1973.

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Looking north on Clinton St. from College to Washington Streets. West side of Clinton. Slide printed April 1965.

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507 North Clinton Street. Current site of the Iowa Writers' Workshop.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.

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Fire was at Things, Things & Things on the corner of Clinton & College Streets, downtown Iowa City. The approximate date that the building was on fire is January 20, 1970.
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