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The street sign of the Blue Top Motel, alongside 5th Street. Made of wood with a small, shingled roof, the sign reads:

"Blue Top Motel
Cable - TV - HBO
AAA"

Next to the sign is a street lamp; a planter filled with flowers and hanging ivy…

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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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A formal portrait of Charles and Mary (Anciaux) Koser. Charles sits in a wicker chair, while Mary stands to the left of him, her arm resting on the chair's back. She wears a long, dark dress with a brooch pinned at her neckline. A background of…

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Married couple Maude (Allmand) and John H. Halvorsen, surrounded by their three grown children: William "Bill", Robert "Bud", and Alta. The men wear suits and boutonnieres, while the women wear dresses and corsages. They stand behind a decorated…

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Alvin and Leona (Conklin) Prizler pause for a picture on their way down the church aisle during their wedding. Alvin wears a dark suit. Leona has her arm in his, and wears a white wedding gown, veil, and pearls. A bouquet of flowers is held in her…

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Loran Kohl and Mary Elizabeth (Hipp) Conklin at a wedding. He wears a suit, with a tie, white boutonniere, and cane; she wears a short sleeved dress, hat, corsage, and gloves. Flowers and an ornate altar can be seen behind them, and the white fabric…

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The family home of William and Miriam (Reeves) Bower. In 1917, William and his father Benjamin bought a shared plot of 200 acres next to the Iowa River in Coralville. He and Miriam moved from their farm in Tiffin to this house on First Avenue…

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A formal portrait of William Hamilton Bowers and Miriam Reeve on their wedding day. They were married on August 2, 1902.

William H. Bowers was born on July 28, 1877 and was the eldest son of Benjamin and Samantha (Poland) Bowers. Miriam Reeve was…

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A wedding photograph of two couples: on the left, Clarence & Ruth (Wade) Alwine, and on the right, Ben & Dorothy (Alwine) Schneider.

Clarence was married previously to Alice McMillan. They had two children, Marian (b, 1927) and Kenneth (b. 1929),…

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A black funeral card with white lettering and line art. The art covers the page, along with a verse, and is of blooming flowers and vines, a hay bundle with a scythe, and an open book with the words "Holy Bible in loving remembrance of" written on…

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Four baskets filled to the brim with corn, apples, beans, and other produce sit outside the Kriz family home. Flowers bloom alongside the side of the house.

Home-grown produce like this was often sold at farmers' markets and local grocery stores.…
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