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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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The Iowa City Roller Rink was located at 309 South Dubuque Street. Postcard sent to Lucinda Maier, postmarked March 1, 1906. Ben Franklin 1-cent stamp.

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

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The Dresden China Store was located at 13 and 15 South Dubuque Street, Iowa City. Postcard sent to Mrs. Elmer Bright, postmarked February 19, 1910. Ben Franklin 1-cent stamp.

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

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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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University of Iowa's Close Hall building is in the background of this image.

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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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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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Corner of East College and South Dubuque Streets before urban renewal. Strand Theater, Barbara's Bake Shoppe, and Sweeting Flowers. Future site of pedestrian mall. Slide printed April 1965.

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Plaza Fountain, slide printed June 1986. 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 steel…

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Dubuque and College intersection. Plaza Centre One, J.C. Penney's. Future site of pedestrian mall.

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South Dubuque Street and Alley. Future site of Plaza Centre One. Slide printed April 1965.

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Pedestrian mall, College and Dubuque Streets. 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 steel…

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Corner of College and Dubuque, slide printed April 1965. Note on slide, "FUTURE SITE OF PLAZA CENTER I"

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Looking north on Dubuque St. from College to Washington Streets, west side of street. Hotel Jefferson in the background. Slide printed 1973. Note on slide, "PRESENT SIDE OF CITY PLAZA".

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Pedestrian mall at South Dubuque Street after urban renewal. Hotel Jefferson, Plaza Centre One.

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South on Dubuque and Washington Streets. Hotel Jefferson at the right. Slide printed March 1972.

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Corner of Dubuque and College Streets. Pre-Pedestrian Mall. Hotel Jefferson in the background.

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This mural was painted by Donna Friedman’s University of Iowa art class. They painted a number of murals around Iowa City. This is now the site of Black Hawk minipark. Watch a video about the making of the mural.

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Corner of Dubuque and Washington Streets. This mural was painted by Donna Friedman’s University of Iowa art class. They painted a number of murals around Iowa City. This is now the site of Black Hawk minipark. Watch a video about the making of the…

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Photo taken from Dubuque Street. This building was demolished in 1973.
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