Historic Iowa Postcards

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Looking northwest from the corner of Front Street and Jackson Street in Brooklyn, Iowa. 1907 postmark.

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ANC (New York, N.Y.)
Looking northwest. The cornerstone for the court house was laid on May 21, 1903, costing $90,600 to build. The architectural style is late 19th and 20th Century Revivals. It is located at 201 North 12th Street, Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa, and listed on the National Register for Historic Places. 1907 postmark. Number 124380. Series C 5817.

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The Pottawattamie County Courthouse on South Pearl Street was a stone Beaux Arts-style building built in 1888. It was later declared unsafe and was replaced with a Modernist structure in 1977. 1907 postmark. Number A5377.

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Dirt road with utility poles on the right near Belle Plaine, Iowa. 1907 postmark.

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Photo inset of man sitting outdoors reading a letter. 1907 postmark.

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This is what the ruins look like at Cedar Falls. -- t.p. 1907 postmark. Title supplied by cataloger.

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Council Bluffs had more greenhouses than any city of its size in the U.S. J.F. Wilcox & Sons was one of the four largest greenhouses in Council Bluffs. 1907 postmark.

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Looking northeast from Front Street in Brooklyn, Iowa. 1907 postmark. Number 61796.

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Wooden church with belfry and parsonage on dirt road. 1907 postmark.

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Drawing on leather postcard. 1907 postmark.

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A two story wooden house with interior photo of an alleged haunted dwelling according to the book published in 1888 entitled, "Picturesque Burlington and Vicinity" by Conrad Lutz. 1907 postmark.

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Looking southeast from Park Street. Constructed in 1907 at a cost of approx. $20,000, Herrick Chapel was designed to house the college's religious services and to serve as a general purpose large auditorium which seats 700. The Christian Associations Building (Steiner Hall) is in the background.

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