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Three of the daughters of Edward and Elizabeth (Lucas) Demory and their families stand for a picture outside in the snow during holiday celebrations. All wear coats and other winter gear.

Left to right: Edith Evans, Ella (Alwine) [William]…

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Women work on individual projects while physically distanced with masks. The Coralville Parks and Recreation Department sponsored group at the Pavilion, called EngAge Coffee and Crafts. EngAge is programming for older adults to promote activity,…

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Ellen Alexander, Coralville Public Library Assistant Director and her family playing through the Tele Tubbie hole during the Putt fore the Library Fundraiser in 2014.

From left Ellen Alexander, Izzy Dykstra, Sam Alexander(baby), Doug Alexander…

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An extra activity at the Putt Fore the Library was a Photo Booth. Participants pose with provided props and take home a souvenir from the day.

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Karen Hegland, aquisitions librarian is working the raffle table at the Putt Fore the Library on April 3, 2016 A woman and young girls are distributing their tickets for the items they would like to win. Local businesses sponsored the putting holes…

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Karen Hegland drives Ruth Halterman in the 2021 Fourth Fest Parade. They both retired after long careers at the Coralville Public Library. Ruth Halterman worked at the library for 30 years and Karen Hegland worked for 26 years.

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2020 Graduation at Iowa City High School. Step-cousins Adrian Dale and Rhianna (Mint) McMahon stand in front of school in their red gowns on graduation day. During the pandemic, graduating seniors of City High had to schedule 10 minute increments…

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Black Lives Matter rally in masks during the pandemic, following the murder of George Floyd

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Peaceful protesters in masks at the Blacks Lives Matter rally in Iowa City, following the murder of George Floyd. George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, MN on May 25, 2020 during an arrest by a police officer.

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Peaceful protestors at the Blacks Lives Matter rally in Iowa City, on Clinton And Iowa Avenue in front of the Old Capital, following the murder of George Floyd. This is just one of a series of rallies and marches that took place during the summer of…

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Judy (Howe) Smith, a co-owner of the Blue Top Motel, sits with a phone to her ear as she looks down at her desk. On the walls behind her is another phone, a file organizer, and two plaques.

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A formal photograph of Olivette "Ollie" or "Olive" (Laufer) Miller. She wears a heavy dark fur coat, the sleeves so long they cover her hands. Her hair is done up, a hat with two curling feathers perched on top. A wicker chair can be seen in the left…

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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…

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Pitcher family members watch Sunday Easter mass together in the living room. Jim Pitcher and Shirley Pitcher sit side by side in rocking chairs and the computer is set in front of them.

According to Sara Pitcher, the photographer, the Easter mass…

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People wait in line to order Pineapple whip ice cream from an ice cream truck on Corridor Way in Coralville, Iowa.

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Coralville Public Library Children's Librarians try out their snowman decorating kits. The kits are provided to accompany a program called " ABC- A Book and a Craft" the last week in January. The kits were distributed through curbside pick up due…

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A formal portrait of Violet S. (Hankins) Williams. She wears a high collared dress. The photographer's name, Townsend, is typed on the bottom of portrait, along with his studio address: "22 Clinton Street, Ground Floor, I.C. IA".

Violet Selena…

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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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Coralville residents gather outside Koser's Store before embarking on an expedition to see the flooded riverbanks of the Iowa River. Flood water can be seen flowing through the street; two men work with a chain in front of a parked truck, while two…

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Mary (Chambers) Kriz, wearing a long skirt, holds the bridle of a dark horse in the back yard of a farm house. A bare footed Fred Kriz, her son, sits on the horse, reins in his hands.
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