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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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College Street, 100-Block in the pedestrian mall, downtown Iowa City.

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Project Number Iowa R-14. Plan dated June 1987.

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Iowa City Catholic Grade School, formerly Saint Patrick's Parochial School, on the right. Slide printed August 1972.

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

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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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During Urban renewal. Slide printed March 1972.

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

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Pedestrian Mall and fountain. Dated August 1980. 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…

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

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At the Holiday Inn enrance. Slide printed October 1984. 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,…

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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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Temporary building contructed during Urban Renewal period. Slide printed July 1973.

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People gathered in downtown Iowa City, slide printed September 1979

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

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Intersection of South Clinton and East Washington Streets.
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