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grinnell:12154
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Americus Craig, aunt of Edith Renfrow.

grinnell:12472
Unknown
Photo of the Brooklyn (Iowa) High School class of 1890. Front row, left to right: Harry Price, Estelle Coon, Arthur Cain. Back row: Jennie (Orr) Norris, Callie (Crawford) Murrison, Sadie (Calderwood) Dayton, Carrie (Wood) Baker, Kate (Scott) Lang, Thursia Manatt, Florence (Snyder) Talbott. Not pictured: Bert Manatt, Mabel (Johnson) Pierson.

grinnell:11902
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Studio portrait of Carrie Holmes Grinnell, daughter of Josiah Busnell Grinnell and Julia Chapin Grinnell. She later married Richard D. Jones.

grinnell:6172
The Colonial Theater, Grinnell, Iowa, just after completion. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. McNally photographs. Collection #1, Series #1-3.

grinnell:6371
View of the east side of the 800 block of Main Street looking north in Grinnell, Iowa around 1900 or before. Visible businesses include: Palace Livery; Bates & Stoaks Druggists; a barber shop; L. Glemley, dentist; Shahans Grocery; Drs. Parish & [illegible]. Mud streets and hitching posts visible. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. McNally photographs. Collection #1, Series #1-2.

grinnell:18876
Four people standing on a rock probably in the late 1800s in Grinnell, Iowa. The verso reads: "Anna, we had these kodac pictures taken while Minnie was here. Lou says he's sorry he hadn't shaved. I tried to get him too but he put it off so now he says he didn't know he did look so ugly. I guess you will know us." Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. Miscellaneous photographs. Collection #54, Doris Losey (Krumm).

grinnell:12519
Business card for Funk Brothers, Montezuma, Iowa, dealers in boots and shoes. Verso of card is a color advertisement for C.M. Henderson & Co's boots and shoes, Chicago, and features a shepherdess petting a lamb with a black cat in the background.

grinnell:13082
Gathering of Grinnellians in a park. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. Miscellaneous photographs. Collection #17-6, People.

grinnell:6423
View of the west side of the 900 block of Broad Street in Grinnell, Iowa, probably in the 1890s. Businesses visible include: Granger Store on the right, W.A. Little General Notions on the left with the Child Art Rooms above. Horses and buggies parked along the dirt streets. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. McNally photographs. Collection #1, Series #1-2.

grinnell:13079
Portrait by Kester of a man, possibly by the name of Jud Lea. Verso of photo is inscribed: To W.H. Mort, Order No. 7, Knife No. 188, Jud Lea. Grange Agent, Grinnell, Iowa. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. Miscellaneous photographs. Collection #17-6, People.

grinnell:13080
Child Art Rooms (Grinnell, Iowa)
Ella Stone Worsham was born in Muscatine, Iowa, and was educated at the Art Institute of Chicago. She came to Grinnell, Iowa, to be a finisher and retoucher in the Child Art Rooms. In 1885 she married the proprietor of the studio, Arthur Leon Child. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. Miscellaneous photographs. Collection #17-6, People.

grinnell:12975
Two images of Mumpford Holland. In the top image he is driving his wagon; the bottom image is a portrait. Drake Community Library (Grinnell, Iowa) Archives. Miscellaneous photographs. Collection #17-6, People.

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