Jacob Reiland family, 1900s

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Description

A formal family portrait of the Jacob Reiland family. The photograph has a matting, which has a written signature in cursive on the bottom right corner.*

Front row, left to right: George A. Reiland, Kathryn (Fisher) Reiland, Laura Klema, Jacob Reiland, Kathryn "Kate" Reiland, and Salier Reiland.

Back row, left to right: Wilhelmina (Reiland) Tomlin, John Reiland, August Reiland, Bertha Reiland, Charles Reiland, and Elizabeth (Reiland) Breer.

Jacob and Kathryn (Fisher) Reiland emigrated from Rheunfalz, Germany to Chicago, Illinois in January of 1884. After living there for six months, they moved to Coralville and bought 160 acres of land, nearly all of what is now known as Coralville Heights. They had ten children: George A., Salier, John, Charles, August, Anna, Bertha, Kathryn, Wilhelmina, and Elizabeth (b. 1891) (Lovetinsky et al., p. 122).

*Note: The archivist was unable to figure out the name or location of this photographer.

Publisher

Coralville Public Library. Coralville Digital History Library.

Date

1900s

Rights

Educational use only, no other permissions given.

Format

jpeg

Language

English

Coverage

Unknown

Files

98.34.47(a).jpg

Citation

“Jacob Reiland family, 1900s,” Coralville Digital History Library, accessed September 22, 2021, https://coralvilledigitalhistory.omeka.net/items/show/195.

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