Historic Iowa Postcards

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One story wooden church building and steeple. 1907 postmark.

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Winter scene looking at front of church. 1907 postmark.

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Looking east on Main Street in New Sharon, Iowa. 1907 postmark. Number 32.

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Looking west at the Churdan, Iowa business district. The town of Churdan, Iowa was named for Joseph Churdan, Sr. (Uncle Joe), a local farmer later appointed as first postmaster. 1907 postmark.

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Boardwalk and dirt street with various businesses in Blencoe, Iowa. 1907 postmark.

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Business district in Guernsey, Iowa. 1907 postmark.

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Looking east with street cleaners. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places under Marshalltown Downtown Historic District. 1907 postmark. Number 14578.

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A bustling downtown view of a dirt Main Street in Anita. 1907 postmark. Number 4.

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Looking at Mercy Hospital founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1893. This building was located on the northwest corner of 4th and Ascension. In 1907, it could accommodate 125 patients and today Mercy has 802 beds and more than 6,600 employees. It is the longest continually operating hospital in Des Moines. 1907 postmark.

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Looking at front of church. 1907 postmark.

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Entrance to a one story wooden church with steeple. 1907 postmark.

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Looking northeast from the square. 1907 postmark. Number 2347.

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