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A paper list of parade entries for the 1990 Fourth of July parade.

A paper list of parade entries for the 1991 Fourth of July parade.

Coralville Quasquicentennial Cookbook.pdf
A cookbook made up of recipes gathered from community members to celebrate Coralville's quasquicentennial (125th anniversary) in 1998.

Coralville Centennial Cookbook.pdf
A cookbook made up of recipes gathered from community members to celebrate Coralville's centennial in 1973.

The following people contributed recipes:

A. Antes
Addy Dennis
Adeline Brooks
Aileen Kron
Alice M. Wieneke
Amelia Bruner

Lest We Forget.pdf
A centennial publication to celebrate Coralville History and citizens.

A paper list of parade entries for the 1989 Fourth of July parade.

A Fourth of July parade entry form with logistical information and a parade route map.

A sheet listing the winning parade entries, with categories for Best Theme, Most Patriotic, Best Antique Vehicle, Best Restored Vehicle, Best Equestrian, and Best Hitching Team.

A numbered list of the parade entries for Coralville's 1988 Fourth of July parade.

Parade Expense - 7/4/83

Courier adv 68.
M. Morgan 18
Copy Center 28
Courier 20
Harry's Custom trophies 54
Action Septic Tank 90
R. Jedlicka 19
The Shopper 34
Sign Material for float 7
Stage Rental 78


Postage - cash for…

A numbered list of parade participants. The list reads as follows:

Parade numbers 1983

1. Legion Color guard & Auxillary
2. Boy Scouts
4. Grand Marshall-Mike Katchee ride in Fitzgerald's Le Baren
5. Mayors ride in Heritage Inn & Dean…

Several 'thank you' letters from people who enjoyed the first Coralville Fourth of July parade written to Margaret Morgan, the parade chair.

A yellow flyer for Coralville's first Fourth of July parade in 1983. It reads as follows:

"Honor Our Heritage"

Big Fourth of July Recognition Parade for the Johnson County Heritage Museum, 406 5th Street, Coralville

Events for the…

A map of the 1983 Fourth of July parade route

A commemorative booklet celebrating Coralville Public Library's 25th year of service in 1990. The booklet contains statistics about the library, its staff, and its history.

See Table of Contents for page descriptions.

OCQG February 2021 newsletter-final.pdf
A PDF of a flyer for the Old Capitol Quilters Guild volume 40 issue 6, February 2021, newsletter. The document is advertising an event called Service Sew Day, which took place via Zoom on February 8, 2021.

Dan Holderness retired from his position as City of Coralville Engineer after 35 years, the longest tenured employee of the city. He oversaw many of the physical and infrastructure changes that took place during Coralville's growth from a population…

Coralville Library Providing Services 11.13.2020.pdf
A press release to announce changes to public services offered by the Coralville Public Library on November 13, 2020. The library temporarily stopped browsing and computer lab appointments, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in our community and…

Face Mask 11.13.2020.pdf


WHEREAS, on March 17, 2020, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds issued a Proclamation of Public Health Disaster Emergency and the Iowa Department of Public Health determined that community spread was…

Mask Proclamation11.13.2020.pdf
A proclamation by Coralville Mayer John Lundell, regarding face masks, following an increase in COVID-19 cases in Coralville and the surrounding community.

text reads:
CORALVILLE—Coralville Mayor John A. Lundell today issued a proclamation…
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