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Joseph Kimbal Hemphill's family as they celebrate Independence Day in front of their home at 1011 Eight Street. This is one of the earliest photographs of Coralville taken on the Fourth of July (Walch, p. 116).

Front row, left to right: Nathaniel…

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Two fire engines park on a street in front of a two-storied house. A ladder is leaned against the side of the house, over a smoking window on the second story.

Fire hoses are stretched out in the street, laying in puddles of water. These hoses…

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The family home of Fred and Mary (Chambers) Kriz. The two storied house stood at 232 First Avenue. A figure can be seen sitting on the front steps of the house.

Fred and Mary raised three children in this house: Helen Catherine, Frederick John,…

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A barefoot child in a lace lined dress stands behind a house, both hands on the tongue of a toy wagon. Based on the other photographs this image was donated with, it is possible this is a young Kriz child, potentially Helen, the daughter of Fred and…

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Joseph and Genevieve (Nagle) Brandstatter stand in the driveway by their home. They both wear long coats and hats.

The couple was married in 1915 and became Coralville residents in 1929. They were active participants in the community and had four…

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In March of 1893, the home of Ezekiel Clark, Sr. and the Samuel Kirkwoods' caught on fire, destroying the building completely. The house was on what is now First Avenue, overlooking the Iowa River (Lovetinsky et al., p. 95).

The image shows a…

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The family home of Frank and Cora (Demory) Alwine. The two-storied house was north of Coralville when purchased, but is now addressed 704 First Avenue.

The house came with five acres of land, which the Alwines used to grow vegetables, berries, and…

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Brothers Robert and Donald Bender pose in formal suits in front of their home. Near the bottom of the photograph, the words "Bob + Don" are written in cursive.

Robert and Donald are the two sons of Leonard O. and Nadine (Kronmiller) Bender. Their…

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The family home of Joseph A. and Genevieve (Nagle) Brandstatter at 509 Sixth Avenue.

Joseph and Genevieve purchased three lots from Bert Manville in the area that would become Coralville Heights. The construction of the house was completed on July…

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The family home of Benjamin W. and Samantha Ann (Poland) Bowers. The couple raised their four children and their niece Ethel M. Poland in this house on First Avenue.

Benjamin Bowers was a farmer, but he also worked at Coral Mills, the Pearl Oat…

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A photograph of the Bowers family, taken on the front porch of the William Bowers home.

Back row, left to right: Emma (Bowers) Cropley, Miriam (Reeves) Bowers, Samantha Ann (Poland) Bowers, Joseph W., William H. Bowers, Benjamin W. Bowers, Ethel…

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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 photograph of Edwin and Mary (Utterback) Bryant in their living room. Mary sits in a chair with a blanket wrapped around her shoulders while Edwin sits on the couch, smoking a pipe. This photograph was published in "Lest We Forget: Coralville,…

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The John Davis family home, as pictured from the back. The basement, which held the kitchen, faced the Iowa River.

John Davis was born on September 25, 1834 in Franklin County, Massachusetts. On December 25, 1856, he married a woman named Martha…

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A houseboat that belonged to John Davis. Son Otis is sitting next to it on a ridge of land; a wooden plank to the left of him serves as a plank to get on and off the deck of the houseboat. Behind the houseboat, both the Coralville Dam and the flour…

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The family home of Arch and Nelle (Paintin) Hemphill, located at 203 Fifth Street. Arch and Nelle raised two children in this house: Robert Kimbal and Mary Elizabeth, who died at the age of twelve.

Arch W. Hemphill was born to Joseph Kimbal and…

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The family home of Alexander and Caroline (Gould) Hart Koser. Located at the corner of Sixth Street and First Avenue, this house was built after 1872, when Alexander purchased 470 acres of land from John. H. Clark.

In this photograph, three…

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The family home of Edward Koser and Harriet (Paintin) Koser, located at 202 5th Street. The couple raised their four children here: Clifford, Vera, Helen, and Morton. They also owned a dog named Bosco (Lovetinsky et al., p. 110-111).

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Four of the Wenman children sit on edge of a worn porch, some of their bare feet dangling off the side. The three girls wear light colored dresses, while Roy, or Leroy, wears rolled up overalls and a long sleeved shirt.

Left to right: Laverne…

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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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