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Alvin and Leona (Conklin) Prizler pause for a picture on their way down the church aisle during their wedding. Alvin wears a dark suit. Leona has her arm in his, and wears a white wedding gown, veil, and pearls. A bouquet of flowers is held in her…

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A wedding photograph of two couples: on the left, Clarence & Ruth (Wade) Alwine, and on the right, Ben & Dorothy (Alwine) Schneider.

Clarence was married previously to Alice McMillan. They had two children, Marian (b, 1927) and Kenneth (b. 1929),…

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Two unknown Coralville residents recreate the iconic American Gothic painting by Iowa artist Grant Wood for their Fourth Fest float.

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Members of the American Legion Post #721 stand in a row with their arms around each other and smile for photographs. Two of the men hold shovels that were used during the ceremony.

The members of both the American Legion Walter Johnson Post #721…

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A 4thFest parade float featuring the members of the American Legion-Walter Johnson Post #721. The men sit on hay bales and hold small American flags.

The first meeting of the Legion #721 was on January 28, 1954. At that meeting, it was decided…

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The American Legion Post #721 color guard and firing squad line up in the Oak Hill Cemetery during Memorial Day Services in 1962.

This Legion Post was the first organization in Coralville to hold Memorial Services at the cemetery. The Coralville…

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A view of the Coralville Public Library from the Circulation Desk in the rotunda, past the Reference Services area to the fireplace at the end of the corridor.

The following statement is from Laura Crossett, the creator of this image and the…

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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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Roundabout central island on the Iowa River Landing on 9th St in Coralville, Iowa. Traffic control for the new Xtream Ice Arena.

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Bark Jenn librarian dressed up for a Halloween program at the Coralville Public Library.

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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

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Bear and Frog were reading with masks to promote the Busy Bears winter reading program for the Coralville Public Library's Children's Department.

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A flagpole bent over during a strong wind storm called a Derecho on August 10, 2020. In the front yard of a house on Ozark Ridge in Coralville, IA.

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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…

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Gordon Dinsmore, his sons Charles and Bill, and his mother Bertha (Ibs) Dinsmore Greer pose for a photograph outside. Gordon and eldest son Charles both wear Navy uniforms (Gordon in white, Charles in blue). Bill stands in front of his father,…

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Bill Hansen a longtime patron of the Coralville Pubic Library participating in Putt Fore the Library in 2016.

William "Bill" Alan Hansen, (1957-2019)Bill was born June 25, 1956 in Iowa City, the son of Chesley and LaVerne (Fountain) Hansen. He…

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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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A Black Lives Matter sign placed in a front yard of a Coralville residence on Waterford Drive.

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A blacksmith stood in his shop in Coralville, Iowa. Possibly the shop of Christian Korn who owned a blacksmith shop behind City Hall on First Ave. Children often congregated to watch horses being shod. Blacksmiths also made tools and metal parts for…
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