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The Model A Ford in the photograph is teacher Dorothy Worrell's car.

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Friday's Barber Shop has been at its location at 217 North Gilbert Street since opening in 1968.

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

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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 Jefferson Building is located at 129 East Washington Street. It was built in 1913. Postcard sent to Bud Louis, postmarked August 20, 1937. Ben Franklin 1-cent stamp.

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

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The Jefferson Building is located at 129 East Washington Street. It was built in 1913. In 1928, after this image was made, an additional two stories were built onto this building. Postcard sent from Mary Stemm to Emma Marolf, postmarked 1918. …

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The Jefferson Building is located at 129 East Washington Street. It was built in 1913. In 1928, after this image was made, an additional two stories were built onto this building. Postcard sent to Charlotte Johnson, postmarked June 22, 1916. …

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The Jefferson Building is located at 129 East Washington Street. It was built in 1913. In 1928, after this image was made, an additional two stories were built onto this building. The first postcard was sent from Katherine Jane to Louie J. Herman,…

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The Masonic Temple is located at 312 College Street, Iowa City. First postcard sent to L.V. Bartlett, postmarked June 13, 1923, George Washington 1-cent stamp. Second postcard sent to Mary Larson, postmarked March 18, 1917, George Washington 1-cent…

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Paris Cleaners, Easyplace, Joe's Place. Dated July 1995.

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Future site of downtown Pedestrian Mall. J.C. Penney's building, Carnegie Library, parking lot.

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Iowa Avenue, east from the Old Capitol steps. Slide printed March 1972.

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Old Capitol and blue mural in the background.

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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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Building construction. Seiferts, the Airliner, Allen's. Slide printed April 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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Future site of Plaza Centre One. Slide printed August 1973.

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East College Street, between Dubuque and Linn Streets. Site of the current Iowa City Public Library. Slide printed August 1973.

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East College St. between Dubuque and Linn Streets, slide printed August 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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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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South on Dubuque and Washington Streets. Hotel Jefferson at the right. Slide printed March 1972.
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