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A group of seven University of Iowa students and football players pose for a photograph. The young men wear their football uniforms and grin at the different cameras taking their pictures. Two of the young men kneel while the other five stand behind;…

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Nine uniformed men stand in a triangle formation, the point of which is directed away from the camera. The eight men forming the sides of the triangle hold axes, while the man at the point holds up a swagger stick by his face. This man also has an…

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A photograph of the Jacob J. Hotz Ice Company employees. About forty men stand on the frozen Iowa River and on the top of train cars in the back of the image. Dressed in coats and hats, several of them hold saws or long sticks meant for stirring the…

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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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Two students run along the fields that stood behind and to the south of the Coralville Central School. These fields were often used for recreational activities; a group of students can be seen further back engaged in a game of baseball.

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Two unidentified girls smile for a photograph while dressed in Girl Scouts uniforms. The white five on the patch on the upper sleeve of the uniform suggests these girls were a part of Girl Scouts Troop #55, which was the troop that started raising…

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Twenty-three elementary students pose for a class photograph outside the Coralville Elementary School. All the children wear winter gear, such as coats and hats.

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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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A group of second graders and their teacher Mary Dunn stand for a class photograph in front of Coralville Central School (Walch, p. 77).

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Ermal Loghry, owner of the Carousel Restaurant, and Roy Tipton stand in front of a large, rotating griddle covered in cooking pancakes. Roy scoops done pancakes onto a plate, while Ermal squeezes batter onto empty spaces. Both wear white shirts,…

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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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Thirteen Boy Scouts from Troop 207 pose for a photograph in front of a mountain and their camp site in New Mexico. This was taken during a trip in 1971, when the Scouts went to spend twelve days hiking and mountain climbing. Other highlighted trips…

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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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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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A formal group photograph of the Iowa City Soldier's Aid Society of the Civil War. A painted background of curtains, a column, and a pitcher can be seen behind them. This women's group would meet to sew and knit for the soldiers and veterans of the…

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Bosco was the pet bulldog of Edward Koser, the owner of Koser's Store and the Mayor of Coralville from 1902-1935. Bosco was often seen in Koser's company, whether driving in a truck or spending time on the porch of the store (Lovetinsky et al., p.…

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Young boys (left to right) Edwin "Ned" Paintin and Clifford Koser fish together near the mills. They sit on large rocks near a stone archway, their fishing poles cast into the calm water flowing underneath. Clifford wears a hat; Ned's hat sits behind…

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Richard "Dick" Goss and Robert "Bud" Halvorsen sit side by side on the foot board of Dick's first car, a 1929 Essex. The photograph has a decorative border; on the very bottom, the words "Dick + Bud 1941" are written in ink.

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