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Post Cards from Early Iowa City and Johnson County

Bird's Eye View of Business Section, Iowa City, Iowa

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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 1-cent stamp. Second postcard sent from Wayne L. Waters to Gertrude Taber, postmarked August 3, 1912, George Washington 1-cent stamp. Third postcard sent to Herbert Moore, postmarked December 31, 1910, Ben Franklin 1-Cent stamp.

Citation

“Bird's Eye View of Business Section, Iowa City, Iowa,” Iowa City Public Library, accessed December 12, 2017, http://history.icpl.org/items/show/1347.