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The tall building on the right, facing Clinton street is the old Universalist church. It was dedicated on January 12, 1873. It was sold to the Iowa Unitarian Association in 1899. It was sold to the University of Iowa between 1900 and 1906 and was…
Clinton Street Looking South from Iowa Ave
Corner of Clinton Street and Iowa Avenue, downtown.
Bremers store on the 100 block of East Washington Street, downtown.
Washington Street in the historic Paul-Helen building. The Englert Theatre is at the far left in the last picture.
John Wilson’s Sporting Goods store, across the street, later moved to the 400 block of East College, then to Eastdale Mall and later to the Sycamore Mall.
First National Bank is on the northeast corner of this picture. Varsity theater is farther down the street.
The old City Hall building on Washington Street, demolished in 1962.
Donnelly’s famous tavern, a hangout for the Writer’s Workshop crowd, is to the north.
Businesses featured: The Ebony, Salvation Army, Betty's Flower Shop, Red Carpet Travel Service, Dunton Insurance, Donnelly's, Best Steakhouse, Baskin Robbins
Businesses featured: The Bivouac, Jackon's, Dewey's Crane Service, Cambus sign
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