Librarians and staff pose in front of their Fourth of July parade float, Reading Road Trip USA. The float was a Jeep with vacation items strapped to the top, including pool toys, suitcases, a trike, sports equipment and books.
Discover New Trails was the Coralville Library float for Fourth Fest Parade. A Coralville Parks and Recreation truck was decorated for an outdoor adventure, including a backpack coolers, lawn chairs and a fake campfire.
Logan Creach and his dad Eric Creach were participating in the first year (2009) of the Putt Fore the Library fundraiser. The hole was sponsored and decorated by New Pioneer Coop where Eric was store manager.
Pitcher family members watch Sunday Easter mass together in the living room. Jim Pitcher and Shirley Pitcher sit side by side in rocking chairs; Alan Pitcher sits behind them. According to Sara Pitcher, the photographer, usually the family has a…
County and road officials stand at the water's edge at the flooded Curtis Bridge that crosses the Iowa River northwest of Coralville, Iowa. The area was regularly flooded by the Iowa River in spring rains. Picture taken in 1918 spring flood.
Larry Smith, the co-owner and manager of the Blue Top Motel, was an avid Hawkeye fan. In this photograph, he stands with his personal collection of Hawkeye memorabilia, including buttons, a clock, a Herky, and a clown (Wiederrecht-Finke, p. 22).
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;…