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Boyhood neighbors Mike Parker (left) and Gary Anderson (right) paint a small shed together. Both grinning boys wear rimmed caps, and have one hand on the hip as the other hand paints. Anderson's house can be seen in the back left corner of the…

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Hazelle (Yenter) Parkers kneels on the front lawn next to a low cart, which her young neighbor Allen Beachler sits inside. He wears a hat and holds an item in his hands, which Hazelle appears to be looking at. Adam looks up at her, apparently…

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Second grade teacher Mary Dunn stands in front of the Coralville Elementary School Building. She is bundled up in a coat, gloves, winter boots, and head scarf as the wind blows snow around her. While the sidewalk leading to the brick building's front…

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Six young children squint their eyes as they peer forward; four gaze directly at the camera while two others have their attention on a person or object to the right of the photographer. The children all sit on a sand bank; grass begins to grow…

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As written in Lest We Forget: Coralville, page 75:

"The 1972 officers of Clarksville Lodge #668 AF and AM were installed by Dr. W. W. Morris, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa. He is shown at left of photo presenting Paul Hensley, Master, with the…

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A formal photograph of the 1972 officers of the Clarksville Lodge #668 AF and AM. All wear suits, bow ties, necklaces with a jewel, and Masonic aprons around their waists.

Front row, left to right: Kenneth Sanders, Treasurer; Donald Pelechek,…

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Richard "Dick" Goss, Sr. points at his name on the Coralville World War II Honor Roll, which is in the first column on the left. He wears a long coat, hat, and gloves.

The World War II Honor Roll was a large sign listing the names of servicemen…

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The eleven girls and troop leader who made up the first Girl Scouts troop in Coralville pose for a photograph. All wear the official Girl Scouts uniform, and four wear hats. The Girl Scouts troop leader, Irene (Vogel) Bowers, is standing in the…

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Members of Troop #29, Coralville's Girl Scouts troop, gather for a picture at a birthday party. While some wear their official uniforms, other girls wear dresses and skirts. One girl in the front row, Judy Goodfellow, holds a birthday cake. A house…

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Sixteen members of the Coralville Heights Club gather for a photograph. Six women kneel, while the others stand behind them in a line. All wear dresses in various patterns.

First row, left to right: Ona Zimmerli, Beatrice Rinda, Sally Robertson,…

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Assistant Scoutmaster and nine boys from Troop 207 work on a building project in the woods. Most of the boys wear uniforms with Boy Scout patches; some carry white rope, while young Doug Dee holds a water canteen. Jeff Brom and Tom Slade kneel beside…

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Two horses hitched to carriage stands in front of a store front with the word "Groceries" across the top. In the carriage sits two persons, one in the front holding the reins, and one in the back. A third horse stands next to the carriage. Two men in…

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Workers of the Pearl Oat Mill and local townsmen pose for a photograph in front of the brick and stone mill. Most of the men wear hats and overalls or suspenders. They stand or kneel in a grassy area off the side of the building. The mill itself…

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Elizabeth (Fellows) Dennis, a Coralville pioneer, sits in a wooden chair at a Fourth of July celebration. She wears a striped dress, dark coat, feathered hat, and a glove on her left hand. Writing in the bottom right corner of the image states,…

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A formal portrait of Minna (Zeisler) Miller. Her photograph sits in an oval-shaped matting.

Minna (Zeisler) Miller, a native from Germany who immigrated to the United States in the early 1860s to join a sister who lived in Iowa City, Iowa. She…

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William L. Miller sits in a rocking chair outside on the lawn, a smoking pipe balanced in his hands. He wears a long sleeved shirt, a vest, and tailored pants. A house sits behind him, flower pots on the front porch. The grass is patchy, and an area…

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A formal photograph of Coralville residents Tony & Mary (O'Connor) Nortmann.

Tony was born to Mr. & Mrs. George Nortmann on June 11, 1884 in Quincy, Illinois. Mary was born to David & Ellen (Sullivan) O'Connor in Keokuk, Iowa on June 21. 1884. Her…

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Alice (Hunter) Ott was born to Cyrus and Eliza (Ramsay) Hunter in Riverside, Iowa on September 27, 1870. In 1897, three years after Eliza's death, Alice and her father moved to Coralville, Iowa. She was the city's first postmistress.

Alice married…

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A snapshot of Fred E. Paintin (b. 4/11/1892-d. 6/21/72), son of James Paintin, Sr and Mary (Dowman) Paintin. Fred Paintin was employed at the Coralville Power Plant and also served as Coralville Town Marshal (Lovetinsky et al., p. 121).

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The family home of James Sr. and Mary (Dowman) Paintin, located at 206 Fifth Street. The couple raised their nine children here: John, James, Nelle Ellen, Lillian, Ada, Robert, Clara Kate, Fred E. and Paul Perry (Lovetinsky et al., p. 119-121).
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