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Iowa City West junior Shreya Khullar was inaugurated today as Iowa’s first Student Poet Ambassador.
The Iowa Student Poet Ambassador role was conceived by Jan Warren from the Belin-Blank Center and Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature administrators…

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A girl putting at the first hole at the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. This is the hole sponsored by Hills Bank and Trust, a longtime supporter and partner to the Coralville Public Library. Golfers could win cash while putting through this hole.

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Sierra Keeney putting through a hole set up in the Children's area of the library for the annual Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. Her mother Erin Keeney watches from behind the shelf.

Bartlett Family children putting through the Putt Fore the Library Hole sponsored by Build to Suit in 2015.

First picture-Sam Bartlett, Second picture- Grace Bartlett, Third picture- Ben Bartlett

The Falduto girls on the their back porch in April 2020.
Pictured: Piper, in a t-shirt promoting a play; Samantha, in a t-shirt from a Camila Cabello concert that was held in a football stadium, and Rachel, who likes that shirt.

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A mother, Sharon Falduto reflects on the the ordinary and extraordinary experiences of her family during the spring of the Covid-19 pandemic in a diary entry.

A local Girl Scout Troop # 157 posing during a ceremony. The Girl Scouts were organized in the Spring of 1944 and a Brownie Troop started in the fall of 1947. The organization remains active today.

Ethel Jaynes, a Coralville student, stands facing away from the camera at the baseball game in front of her. Her left hand fitted into a glove and her right hand pushing back her hair, she waits for the ball to be hit where she stands in the center…

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.


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…

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.

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…

In 1951 the Coralville Parks and Recreation Commission took over operation of the old school house and turned it into a teen center. In this phot girls congregate on the front steps of the old school.

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

A photograph from the front of a classroom, as if from a teacher's perspective. Two rows of desks filled with students line either side of the photograph; boys and girls look down at the open books on their desks. Behind the students is the classroom…

A group of children wait their turn to have their bicycles inspected by Optimist Club member Arnold Bartels, who kneels on the sidewalk to test the tire pressure of the first bicycle in line. The bicycle safety check was sponsored annually by the…

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…

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…

A family photograph of James Sr. and Mary (Dowman) Paintin. The family wears coats and hats; the children in front are sitting on some type of cart or bicycle.

First row, left to right: Paul Paintin, Murry Robinson, Robert Hemphill, Maria Paintin,…

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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