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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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A formal family portrait of the Jacob Reiland family. The photograph has a matting, which has a written signature in cursive on the bottom right corner.*

Front row, left to right: George A. Reiland, Kathryn (Fisher) Reiland, Laura Klema, Jacob…

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The family home of Jacob and Kathryn (Fisher) Reiland. In 1884, the Reilands emigrated to Coralville, and purchased 160 acres of land. The property adjoined both the Hemphill and Dennis properties, and encompassed most of what now is known as…

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Charles E. Robinson and his grandson, Edwin "Ned" Paintin pose for a photograph outside. Ned was the only child of Charles's only daughter, Frances. Charles sits in a chair, while Ned stands to his left. Both wear dark suits with ties; Charles also…

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The child Frances "Frankie" Robinson sits in a three wheeled baby carriage; the top cover has been folded down. Frances wears a light colored dress with a pattern around her neck, waist, and hemline. She raises one hand to her ear; while the other…

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The family home of Charles E. and Nancy (Wilton) Robinson, located on 211 Fifth Street. Here, the couple raised four children: Frances "Frankie", Louis, Glenn, and C. Fred Robinson, who went on to become the mayor of Coralville in 1935 (Lovetinsky et…

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Zell Stanley Ross stands in-between his horses Barney and Prince, holding them both by their halters. His horses were a familiar sight in Coralville; Zell often gave the neighborhood children rides in his horse drawn wagon. They stand on a…

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Frank and his wife Anastasia Grace (Beranek) Stinocher stand by a house, their daughter Dorothy (Stinocher) Stimmel between them. Dorothy holds her baby son, Larry Stimmel; she looks down at him, her hair tied back with a ribbon. Frank also looks…

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Francis Stinocher poses for a photograph, wearing his navy uniform with a white cap. He holds onto a metal chain in front of him with both hands, his elbow resting on a banister. The metal studs, hanging lifebuoy and coiled rope behind him indicate…

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A formal portrait of John and Emma (Lowe) Wenman.

John Arthur Wenman was born to Henry and Harriet (Dunn) Wenman on February 15, 1853 in Battle Creek, Michigan. He married Emma Lowe on October 9, 1875. The couple had eleven children: William,…

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Henry Justice and Lora Jane (Fulkerson) Wenman lean against the side of their car; the back door of the vehicle is open behind Henry. Their two youngest children, Della and Robert, stand on the foot board of the car, grinning at the camera. A third…

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Seven of the nine children born to Henry Justice and Lora (Fulkerson) Wenman. The three boys wear light collared short sleeved shirts with coveralls, while the four girls wear dresses. Missing from this photograph is J. Leroy and Robert…

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Dana H. White and Emma (Tofting) White sit on a wooden church pew in between two white vases of flowers. He wears a suit and a white boutonniere, while she dons a striped dress, white gloves, and a corsage. This photograph was taken at their 54th…

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A formal portrait of Violet S. (Hankins) Williams. She wears a high collared dress. The photographer's name, Townsend, is typed on the bottom of portrait, along with his studio address: "22 Clinton Street, Ground Floor, I.C. IA".

Violet Selena…

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A formal portrait of Charles A. Williams. He wears a suit and looks away from the camera to the left.

Charles A. was born to John and Violet (Hankins) Williams in Coralville, Iowa on June 4 1877. He married Cornelia Anna Peterson, and the had one…

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A formal portrait of Mabel (Williams) Kemmerer. She wears a dress with a lace collar and a comb in her hair. She looks away from the camera to the right.

Mabel was born to John and Violet (Hankins) Williams on November 6, 1878* in Coralville,…

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A formal photograph of four of the five sons of Alexander and Francis (Henry) Wilson. Three of the sons are clearly older; two stand on either end of a bench, while the other sits. They all wear suits and fur caps, with longneck rifles in hand. The…
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