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JPG scan of Ott Motor Service [Brady Street, 427] and Naven Fuel Co. shows the building exteriors, an Ott wrecker, and the brick street.
This collection contains approximately 100 playbill programs from the Broadway Theatre League. There is some duplication, and some years are incomplete.
Genealogy of the John A. and Priscilla Brown family and the Elijah and Ruth Lawson family contained in three binders includes photocopies of research and records *Note: "Ted Sloane will give estimated value." on donation form.
This collection contains 1 panoramic photograph dated February 16, 1915 of a large group of students posed outdoors; Hostetler original print; matches Panoramic neg #049 from Free/Hostetler collection.
Personal letters about family members and some papers regarding settling an estate, 1863-1898.
This collection consists of one sepia toned 9 x 13" landscape photographic print; group of graduates and female teacher dated January 1916; handwriting on back provides names, School No. 14 Buchanan, 6th and Oak Street Davenport Iowa.
This collection consists of 40 snapshots of people and places including Clinton, Davenport, Linwood and Aurora IL. 24 have some form of identification.
Program for 3-act opera "Egypta the Wondrous Story of the Nile" which was a benefit for Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences in October 1894.
This collection consists of one 8 x 10" print mounted to cardstock of group of children and young adults standing on steps outside building which donor the indicates is Butler School #1. Research supports this claim because a school was on the land as per donor.
This collection contains videocassette and 16 mm film of Camp Fire Girls Camp SES-KO-ME from 1968, and a blue binder with script for the film. Also includes brief history of the camp site at Allen's Grove, newspaper clippings, pictures, brochures, pamphlets, and a few personal items.
This collection contains newspaper clippings about Lance Corporal Carl Olson, a student at the Annie Wittenmyer Home who was killed in Vietnam.
This collection contains citizenship and military record documents for Carl Vilhelm Jespersen, filed in Black Hawk County, Iowa ca. 1936-1944. Jespersen lived for a time in Grand Mound, Iowa.
This collections contains approximately 100 black and white photographic images glued to black scrapbook paper. Topics include employees and children living at the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home (later named Annie Wittenmyer Home) in the early 1940s, images of a Scott County trailer park flooded in the 1940s, and some interior images of the Conservatory at VanderVeer Park dated 1948. Many images are unidentified.
Sudlow Intermediate School newspaper "The Tiger" 1927-1933 West Intermediate School newspaper "The Sunset" 1924 St. Paul's Lutheran Messenger 1904 Chamber of Commerce News 1934, 1935 Quad-City Commerce Quarterly 1958
Subject is likely Joseph H. Gue; Cartes de visite; Photographers Egbert & Cook; 312 Brady Street; Davenport; see external document
This collection contains 1 2.5 x 4" carte-de-visite of unidentified woman taken at I.N. Cook's photography studio at 82 Brady Street, Davenport. City directories indicate the studio was located at that address in 1873.
This collection consists of one sepia image of 1901 May play cast. Event held at Claus Groth Hall, Davenport. Cast members are dressed in full costume with props and most if not all are children.
Donor included photocopies of death records for Jane Cornwall and her husband, Mr. Furbee, as well as a newspaper clipping from TX. Cornwall is in the image according to donor.
The collection consists of personal memorabilia pertaining to Immaculate Conception Academy Class of 1950, Marycrest College, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Davenport Diocese Priests, Quad-City baseball teams, local performing groups, some personal items pertaining to family. Images of baseball teams, Caywood, Immaculate Conception Academy Class.
This collection contains two audio cassette tapes. The first is called "Songs From Buffalo Bill Ground" published in 1992 including ten songs and "Seasonal Joy at Nap-Sin-Ekee and Julie the Belle of the River" published in 1993. The tapes have never been removed from cellophane wrappers.
This collection consists of a 1854 Deed for Cedar County, Iowa property described as NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 12, Township 81N, Region 2W. It is a deed granting ownership from Ebeneezer and Clarissa Cook to Daniel Davis. This document was notarized by Judge John F. Dillon and is dated 1854.
This collection consists of organizational records of the Celtic Heritage Trail of the Quad Cities, a 501c3 organization formed in 2003 and dissolved in 2011.
This collection contains cemetery plat maps of county cemeteries, negative or positive prints.
This collection consists of items from Davenport's Chamber Commercer. In 2011, the name changed to Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce.
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Color slides in archival slide sheets and a viewer. Some identification work done for each sheet by Mary Ann Moore, SC employee, and Bernard Bailey, SC volunteer. Specifics vary broadly.
Several sheets appear to have been used for programs. Most slides are of Davenport buildings, homes, parks, improvements, etc. There are some slides that are of signs or cartoonish illustrations not specific to this area including topics of voting, labor unions, etc.
Rare books and manuscripts, including a Babylonian clay tablet, Egyptian papyrus, Chinese and Japanese manuscripts, Korans, Bibles, and incunables.
This collection contains 4 images (6 photographs) of Davenport City Hall prior to construction of annex; Specifications for construction of City Hall annex; 1899 Davenport City Directory pocket edition; aerial photos of Carey addition prior to subdivision in the area north of Duck Creek and east of Jersey Ridge Road; black and white and color negatives of items in Davenport Museum of Art collection, 1981