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Inventory

Cartoon Collection LXVI
Date: 1913
 
Scope Notes

This collection contains lantern slides made from the book "A Portfolio of Cartoons as Published by the Davenport Times 1912-13 Verses by Irving C. Norwood." All images are portrait caricatures. The lantern slides are stored in alphabetical order as they appear in the Box list. The names have been added to the Portrait File list, even though they are not listed in the cross reference.
 
All lantern slides are Victor Animatograph Featherlite slides.
 
This collection has been digitized and added to the Upper Mississippi Valley Digital Image Archive.
 
Box 1
2.            Arnould, Alphonse A.
3.            Baker, George T.
4.            Ball, S. Griffen
5.            Balluff, Walter M.
6.            Bechtel, George M.
7.            Bendixen, J. Henry
8.            Bendixen, Peter
9.            Bendixen, Peter A.
10.       Burr, George W.
11.       Bush, Arthur G.
12.       Chamberlin, Wm. M.
13.       Clausen, Rudolph J.
14.       Cook, Reuel b.
15.       Dawson, Albert F.
16.       Donegan, Maurice F.
17.       Dougherty, Lee J.
18.       Eckhardt, Louis
19.       Engelhart, Richard R.
20.       Ficke, Charles A.
21.       French, Decker g.
22.       Gehrmann, William H.
23.       Glynn, Charles E.
24.       Haller, Julius T.
25.       Hanssen, Bernard C.
26.       Hanssen, Charles E.
27.       Hanssen, Louis
28.       Harned Rowland H.
29.       Hasler, Julius C.
30.       Hass, John H.
31.       Hayward, Verner E.
32.       Hecht, Joseph L.
33.       Hickey, Wm. A.
34.       Hill, Otto
35.       Huber, Charles S.
36.       Jacobsen, Peter N.
37.       Johnson, Edward S.
38.       Kindt, Charles T.
39.       Korn, Wm. H.
40.       Lafferty, Stanley B.
41.       Lagomarcino, Paul
42.       Lane, Joe R.
43.       Lane, Dick R.
44.       Lane, J. Reed
45.       Leigh, Charles. L.
46.       McCarthy, Dr. Daniel J.
47.       McFarland, Harry J.
48.       Mueller, Frank W.
49.       Norwood, Irving C.
50.       Ochs, Max E.
51.       Rendleman, William H.
52.       Richter, Carl
53.       Roberts, E. c.
54.       Roberts, H. G.
55.       Robeson, C. E.
56.       Schmidt, Edward A.
57.       Schmidt, Herman Jr.
58.       Schmidt, Bernhardt L.
59.       Shuler, Charles
60.       Soller, John
61.       Sonntag, Henry Jr.
62.       Thuenen, Henry
63.       Vollmer, Henry
64.       Voss, Wm. H.
65.       Walsh, J. W.
66.       Williams, Howard L.
67.       Wineckke, W. F.
68.       Yetter, Frank B.

Subject Cross Reference
 
Business & Industry—Advertising (38)
Business & Industry—Bakeries (5, 6, 39)
Business & Industry—Banking (15, 22, 29, 30, 34, 36, 42, 59, 68)
Business & Industry—Boating (6)
Business & Industry—Brewing & Bottling (62)
Business & Industry—Candy (41)
Business & Industry—Coal (64)
Business & Industry—Construction (2, 53, 54, 60, 65)
Business & Industry—Department Stores (28)
Business & Industry—Dry Goods (67)
Business & Industry—Foundry (19)
Business & Industry—Furriers (52)
Business & Industry—Hardware (25, 26, 27)
Business & Industry—Insurance (4, 17, 29, 66)
Business & Industry—Lumber (48)
Business & Industry—Machinery (7, 8, 19, 32, 37, 40)
Business & Industry—Meats (22, 55)
Business & Industry—Misc. (13, 31, 35, 58)
Business & Industry—Music Stores (55, 56)
Business & Industry—Plumbing (60)
Business & Industry—Printing (30)
Business & Industry—Real Estate & Surveying (11, 50)
Business & Industry—Tobacco (33, 36)
Business & Industry—Washing Machines (64)
Hospitals—Misc. (23)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant, Tavern—Hotels (42)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant, Tavern—Restaurants (61)
Law & Law Enforcement—Judges (16)
Law & Law Enforcement—Lawyers (5, 12, 14, 20, 43, 44, 61, 63)
Law & Law Enforcement—Misc. (18, 47)
Medicine—Dentistry (45)
Medicine—Doctors (1, 9, 23, 24, 46, 51)
Military & War—Rock Island Arsenal (10)
Music—Bands (60)
Music—Instruments (56, 57, 61)
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (21, 49)
Politics—Misc. (3)
Sports—Baseball (43)
Sports—Golf (37)
Transportation—Automobiles (21)
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Inventory

Center for Active Seniors, Inc. (CASI) Collection 1996-164
Date: 1988
 
Scope Notes
 
This collection consists of 29 color and 2 black and white prints related to CASI and 1 fund-raising brochure related to the Lend-A Hand Club. From 1973 to 1990 the Center for Active Seniors, Inc. (CASI) was located in the Lend-A-Hand building at 105 South Main Street, Davenport (southeast corner of Main and River Drive.) Color photographs were taken by donor Marjean Drewelow, who was Volunteer Coordinator at CASI when photos were taken and at time of deposit. Black and white photographs were taken by Tano Dean while she was CASI Resources and Development Director. Some images dated 1988 on verso, so most images probably from about the same time. Images seem to document several CASI events including a Halloween Party, Volunteer Day, Senior Olympics and a birthday party for Don Grim, organist at LAH/CASI.
 
Several objects related to the Lend-A-Hand Club were also part of this donation.

Image Discription

 
1996.164.5     Fund-raising booklet for Lend-A-Hand Renovation program, 1965, includes brief organizational history.
1996.164.6     Lighting torch for Senior Olympics in front of Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, [September or October 1988]
1996.164.7-8     CASI Halloween Party in the auditorium of the Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, n.d.
1996.164.9     Lounge area, looking to east end, of Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, woman playing piano and man on instrument, n.d.
1996.164.10     CASI Halloween party in the dining room of the Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, n.d.
1996.164.11     Dining room of the Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, n.d.
1996.164.12     Senior Olympics participants in the auditorium of the Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, [October], 1988; people seated along wall in background, two men in foreground playing game, possibly bag toss.
1996.164.13     Balloon release in front of Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive, Dillon Fountain in foreground, September 1988; probably associated with Senior Olympics event.
1996.164.14     Senior Olympics sign on Lend-A-Hand Building, 1988
1996.164.15     from verso "Southeast Room of Lend-A-Hand/105 [S] Main St/Davenport, Iowa/Used as an Adult Day Center/for CASI",
1996.164.16     Jean Deters, in foreground, clapping; taking in Lend-A-Hand Building's dining room, 1988 [probably Volunteer Day]
1996.164.17     from verso "Ralph King/Volunteer Day 1988/ at LAH", man, Ralph King, seated at table talking to young boy, in dining room of Lend-A-Hand Building at Main and River Drive. Other people including children in the background.
1996.164.18     from verso "Auditorium at Lend-A-Hand building/105 [S] Main St./Davenport Iowa" people seated at tables for a meal/special event, CASI Sign on wall in background, n.d.
1996.164.19     people seated in dining room of Lend-A-Hand Building for a party, n.d.
1996.164.20     people seated at tables in the dining room of the Lend-A-Hand Building, facing north side of room; woman standing is Eva Rathjew, volunteer, n.d.
1996.164.21     Dining room of Lend-A-Hand building, facing west, 1988
1996.164.22     "Day Center participant at Halloween Party/Lend-A-Hand building/105 [S] Main St." from verso; person walking up ramp to adult day care, n.d.
1996.164.23     Senior Olympics in auditorium, 2nd level, of Lend-A-Hand Building, Ella MacJensen going up handicapped ramp; Ralph King and Ken Brandt, volunteer in foreground. Game boards on floor and people seated in background, [October 1988]
1996.164.24     Halloween party in auditorium of Lend-A-Hand building, people seated in background, several people walking in foreground, n.d.
1996.164.25     African American woman in cafeteria line at Lend-A-Hand building, n.d.
1996.164.26     Halloween party in auditorium of Lend-A-Hand building, people seated in background, several people walking in foreground, n.d.
1996.164.27     Women seated at table in small dining alcove at Lend-A-Hand Building, n.d.
1996.164.28     CASI Board meeting in auditorium of Lend-A-Hand building, n.d.
1996.164.29     Birthday party for Don Grim, organist; group portrait with Mr. Grim holding cake in center; in dining room of Lend-A-Hand building, May 1988
1996.164.30     Four men seated around table in dining room of Lend-A-Hand building, n.d.
1996.164.31     People seated at tables in dining room of Lend-A-Hand building, looking towards cafeteria line, room decorated with paper shamrocks, n.d.
1996.164.32     Dining room of Lend-A-Hand building, with people in cafeteria line, including Eloise Bribriesco (left), Nutrition Coordinator, n.d.
1996.164.33     Miss Scott County visit to CASI at Lend-A-Hand building, dining room, n.d.
1996.164.34     "St. Paddys workers awards at LAH/May 1988" from verso; Jerri Leinon and Marianna Grib identified [to left and at podium?]
1996.164.35     Mary and Orville Pieper and Lloyd Platt seated at dining room table at Lend-A-Hand building; back of photo identifies second man as Collins Hauce, n.d.
1996.164.36     Groups of people seated at dining room tables at Lend-A-Hand building, n.d.
1996.164.37     Two men standing on ramp in front of Lend-A-Hand building, n.d.

Subject Cross Reference

Business & Industry—Advertisements (14)
 
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Black Americans (25)
 
Groups—Identified (35)
 
Holidays & Celebrations—Halloween (7, 8, 10, 22, 24, 26)
 
Holidays & Celebrations—Misc. (29, 31)
Monuments & Markers—Individuals (13)
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Inventory

Cassini Photographs in accession 1993-49
Date: March 12, 2001
 
The following catalog numbers were assigned to photographs in accession 1993-49 when the photographs were processed and filed in the General Subject Heading files of the Putnam Photograph Collection. The photographs document Bev and Pete Cassini's involvement in the local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and supplement the objects in this and other Cassini donations.
 
1993.49.5            Jack Gamble, Pete and Bev Cassini at Fall Conference, 1980
1993.49.6            Bev and Pete Cassini on Coast Guard Patrol, n.d.
1993.49.7            Bev and Pete Cassini towing disabled boat
1993.49.8            Flotilla 913 Boatin' Breakfast (Coast Guard Auxiliary)
1993.49.9            First Aid Training for US Coast Guard Auxiliary
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Inventory
 
Central Engineering Co. Collection, VII
Inclusive Dates: 1912-1965

Scope Notes

This collection of 281 photographs primarily documents civil engineering projects of a Davenport firm. Photos are of a high quality. The work of commercial photographers R.K. Sunderbruch and the firm of Bawden Bros. are represented. (See also Lock & Dam No. 19 Coll. XIX)

Box 1
           
Folder 1

Inventory, negatives
 
Folder 2
 
Lock & Dam #14, Riverside generating plant construction (33)
 
Folder 3

General Highway Construction and equipment (15)
 
Folder 4

Lock & Dam #24 construction at St. Louis (24)
 
Folder 5

Davenport Levee and general road construction (16)
 
Folder 6

Illinois road and viaduct construction (31)
 
Folder 7

Company office interiors, staff, and staff banquet (6)
 
Box 2

Album 1

Construction of the barns of Iowana Farms, Rock Island, as well as the construction of Rock Island car   barns [Tri-City Railways?]. (115)
 
Box 3

Folder 1
           
Hotel construction [Keokuk?]
 
Folder 2

Hotel construction, Julian Dubuque Hotel, Dubuque, Iowa (partially processed)
 
Folder 3

Hotel construction, Julian Dubuque Hotel, Dubuque, Iowa (partially processed)
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Inventory

Chamber of Commerce Collection 1992-14 
Inclusive dates: c. 1960-1978
 
Scope Notes

The collection is comprised of 274 35mm color slides. The slides primarily focus on buildings and scenes in the Davenport area. All were apparently taken for use by the Davenport Chamber of Commerce to promote the area's resources.
 
Folder 1

Inventory, itemized image list
 
Binder

All slides are stored in this binder in archival polypropylene slide storage sleeves. They are stored by identification number. See itemized list and subject listing below.

Subject Headings Represented
 
ARTS--MISC. (3, 4, 212, 217)
AVIATION--AIRPLANES (120)
AVIATION--AIRPORTS (120)
AVIATION--MISC. (77, 78)
BOATS & BOATING--RIVERBOATS--MISC. (40)
BOATS & BOATING--SAIL (228)
BOATS & BOATING--SHORELINES (228)
BRIDGES--CENTENNIAL (40, 121)
BRIDGES--CRESCENT (40)
BRIDGES--FOURTH GOVERNMENT (154)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--AUTOMOBILES (60, 62, 81, 113, 114, 129, 130, 154, 156, 177, 210)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BAKERIES (92, 103)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BANKING (11, 59, 91, 117, 118, 121-123, 135, 138, 206-209)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BARBERS (175, 176)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BOOTS & SHOES (201)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BREWING & BOTTLING (10, 98)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CEMENT (239)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CONSTRUCTION (26-29, 55, 82, 156, 170, 174, 236-239)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DAIRY (79, 80, 85)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DEPARTMENT STORES (15, 70, 157-162, 187)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DRUG & PHARMACY (31, 124-126, 146, 181)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--DRY GOODS (9, 83, 84, 116, 148, 151, 157-162, 182, 190, 203)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--ELECTRICITY (16, 61, 99)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--EMPLOYEES (59, 135, 164)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FARM IMPLEMENTS (30, 42-44)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FEED & GRAIN (71, 72, 89, 131, 132, 219)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FERTILIZER (185, 186)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FOUNDRY (49, 75, 104, 133, 204)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FUEL (96, 97)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (7, 8, 87, 101, 102, 155)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FURRIERS (83, 84)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--GARAGE (58, 96, 97, 173, 183, 184)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--GROCERY (31, 53)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--HARDWARE (19, 20, 47, 48, 195)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--INSURANCE (135, 167, 178, 188)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--JEWELERS (25, 51, 199)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LAUNDRY (88, 110)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LUMBER (127, 200, 205)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MACHINERY (133, 145, 163, 232)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MALLS (14-18, 105, 179, 180)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MEATS (24, 64-69)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MISC. (13, 54, 56, 57, 59, 71, 72, 77, 78, 93, 94, 99, 100, 101, 103, 108, 109, 112, 115, 137, 141, 142, 174, 185, 186, 189, 191, 211, 233, 234, 241-263)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--OFFICE INTERIORS (59, 82, 135, 147, 164, 188, 214-244)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY (147, 165, 166, 193)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PAINT (63, 105, 134, 213-215)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PHOTOGRAPHY (95)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PLUMBING (17, 18, 73, 74, 93, 94, 140, 143, 144, 163, 164)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PRINTING (12, 54, 111, 112, 149, 171, 172, 220)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--PUBLIC UTILITIES (216)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--REAL ESTATE & SURVEYING (52)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--SASH & DOOR (174)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--TOBACCO (192)
CHURCHES--CATHOLIC--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES--DAVENPORT (45)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--ALLEYS & PARKING LOTS (154-156)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--BIRD'S EYE & AERIAL VIEWS (2)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--BUSINESS--1960-1999 (3, 4, 41, 116, 146, 157, 158)
COMMUNICATION--TELEGRAPH (196)
COMMUNICATION--TELEPHONE (139, 179, 180)
COMMUNICATION--TELEVISION (102, 197, 198)
COUNTIES--SCOTT--COURTHOUSES--THIRD (90)
DISASTERS--FLOODS--1900-1999 (41)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--FAIRS--MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (86)
FIRE & FIRE DEPARTMENTS--EQUIPMENT & FIREMEN--MISC. (55)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS--DAVENPORT PUBLIC MUSEUM (223-225)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS--MISC. (46)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--FESTIVALS--BIX (1-4)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--FESTIVALS--MISC. (3, 4)
HOSPITALS--MISC. (229)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--HOTELS (119)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--MOTELS (50, 136, 150)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--RESTAURANTS (76, 79, 80, 101, 105, 107, 112, 128, 152, 153, 179, 180, 217, 226, 227)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--TAVERNS (112)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--UNIDENTIFIED (230, 231)
LAW & LAW ENFORCEMENT--POLICE (218)
MEDICINE--DOCTORS (229)
MEDICINE--MISC. (168, 169)
MILITARY & WAR--ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL (21, 22)
MILLS--MISC. (89)
MUSIC--CHORUSES & SINGERS (13)
NATURE--ANIMALS (221)
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS--NEWSPAPERS--TIMES-DEMOCRAT (194)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (32-39)
POLITICS (240)
POSTAL SERVICE--MISC. (165, 166)
RECREATION--CAMPING OR "OUTINGS" (222)
RECREATION--GAMBLING (106)
ROADS & HIGHWAYS--CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE (237)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--COLLEGE--AUGUSTANA (23)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--MISC. (235)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--FAMILY ACTIVITIES (3, 4, 222)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--FUNERALS (170)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--PETS (71, 72, 131, 132)
SPORTS--GOLF (5, 6)
SPORTS--HORSE RACING (106)
TRANSPORTATION--AUTOMOBILE (12, 28, 31, 53, 56, 57, 124-126, 129, 130, 165, 166, 180, 194, 210, 218, 219, 230)
TRANSPORTATION--TRUCKS (54, 56, 185, 186, 192, 202, 213, 214, 222)
 
Itemized list of images in Chamber of Commerce Collection 1992-14:
 
1, 2. Band on stage at Bix Jazz Festival (June 1978)
3, 4. People walk down street during Bix Arts Fest (June 1978)
5, 6. Probably a golf course or private club in Clinton County (Oct. 1968)
7, 8. Francs building on East Kimberly Road, Davenport [furniture, floor coverings, home appliances] (Oct. 1968)
9. Interior of The Fashion clothing store at 211 West Second Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.151] (Oct. 1968)
10. Flynn Beverage Co., Inc., building at 710 Charlotte Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
11. First National Bank of Davenport Motor Bank at 902 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
12. Fidlar and Chambers printing building at 3536 Eastern Avenue, Davenport (Sept. 1963)
13. Engineer's Supplies building at 315 West Fourth Street, Davenport. Advertisement for a Harry Belafonte concert in window. (Oct. 1966)
14. Interior of Northpark Mall full of people, So Fro Fabrics in background (Nov. 1974)
15. Interior of Northpark Mall showing Younkers and fountain in front of it (Apr. 1975)
16. Eagle Signal Co. display in Northpark Mall (Nov. 1974)
17, 18. Red Jacket Pump display in Northpark Mall (Nov. 1974)
19, 20. C.W. Crosson Co. Industrial Tools & Supplies building at 706 East River Drive, Davenport [see also 1992.14.47, 48] (Nov. 1974)
21, 22. Rock Island District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers headquarters at the Clock Tower building at the Rock Island Arsenal (May 1978)
23. Old Main Hall at Augustana College (June 1978)
24. Kohrs Packing Co. plant at 1307 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
25. Kraft Jewelers at 218 West Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
26, 27. Jancy Engineering Co. at 4525 Buckeye Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
28. Industrial Engineering Equipment Co. building at 4958 West River Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
29. Industrial Engineering Equipment Co. building at 4958 West River Drive, Davenport (c. 1966)
30. International Harvester building at 3160 West River Drive (c. 1965-1975)
31. Kroger supermarket and Super X Drugs at 3562 Brady Street (Sept. 1963)
32. Detail of Davenport Chamber of Commerce building exterior at 400 Main Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
33-34. Event held at Davenport Chamber of Commerce (Sept. 1974)
35. Speaker at Davenport Chamber of Commerce event (Nov. 1974)
36-39. Various printed materials related to the Davenport Chamber of Commerce (c. 1965-1975)
40. View of Crescent and Centennial bridges from the west off a riverboat. Photo by Jarmille A. Minard, Davenport. Restrictions on reproduction and use may apply (Oct. 1969)
41. Davenport's riverfront during 1965 flood (1965)
42. Bird's eye view of J.I. Case plant along riverfront, Panavue slide, restrictions on reproduction and use may apply (c. 1965-1975)
43, 44. J.I. Case main office building at 2117 State Street, Bettendorf (Oct. 1966)
45. St. Anthony's Church at 401 Main Street, Davenport. Photo by Jarmille A. Minard. Restrictions on reproduction and use may apply. (July 1972)
46. Davenport Art Gallery [Davenport Museum of Art] (June 1978)
47, 48. C.W. Crosson Co. Industrial Tools & Supplies building at 706 East River Drive, Davenport [see also 1992.14.19, 20] (c. 1974)
49. Howard Steel Company at 2343 Rockingham Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
50. The Ruxton Inn [Howard Johnson] at Brady and Kimberly, Davenport? (Oct. 1966)
51. Howard Jewelers at 203 West Second Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
52. Hynes & Howes Real Estate building at corner of 15th and Brady Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
53. Geifman's grocery warehouse at 3840 Brady Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
54. General National Lease building at 221 East Fourth Street, Davenport. Wagner's Printers delivery truck sits in alley (c. 1965-1975)
55. Fire station under construction in Davenport (Sept. 1963)
56. Davenport Spring Company at 3636 Eastern Avenue, Davenport (c. 1965-1970)
57. Davenport Spring Company at 3636 Eastern Avenue, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
58. B.F. Goodrich building at 327 Brady Street, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
59. Interior of T.C. Henderson Co., Inc., building at 232 West Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
60. Hertz Rent-A-Car building at 303 Perry Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
61. Miller Electric Company building at 1130 East Kimberly, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
62. Mills Distribution Company [automobile parts and supplies] building at 3737 West River Drive, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
63. Murdoch Paint Company building at 1110 East Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
64. Oscar Meyer Company plant at 1337 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
65. Oscar Meyer Company plant at 1337 West Second Street, Davenport (May 1979)
66. Oscar Meyer Company plant at 1337 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
67-69. Oscar Meyer Company plant at 1337 West Second Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
70. Montgomery Ward building at 101 East Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
71. Ralston Purina Company building at 433 South Pine Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.72,131,132] (Oct. 1963)
72. Ralston Purina Company building at 433 South Pine Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.71,131,132] (c. 1965-1975)
73, 74. Red Jacket Pump Company building at 1051 South Rolff Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
75. Alloy Metal Company building at 626 Schmidt Road, Davenport in foreground; Alter Company [scrap metals] building at 2333 Rockingham Road in background (c. 1965-1975)
76. Italian Village Restaurant at 220 Harrison Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.153] (c. 1965-1975)
77, 78. Bendix Corporation building on Hickory Grove Road, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
79, 80. Medd-O-Lane dairy store at 2133 Rockingham Road, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
81. Rogers Car Wash at 429 East Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
82. Office interior at George Rice Construction Company at 2504 West Central Park, Davenport (Oct. 1968)83, 84. Richter Rhomberg [ready-to-wear, furs] building at 219 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
85. Mississippi Valley Milk Producers Association, Inc., building [drawing] (c. 1965-1975)
86. Gates to Mississippi Valley Amusement Park [Mississippi Valley Fair] at 2815 West Locust Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
87. Rock Smith Company [refrigerator sales and service] building at 3707 Mississippi Avenue, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
88. Quik Clean Center [self-serve laundry] (Oct. 1966)
89. International Milling Company plant [Robin Hood flour] at 803 East River Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
90. Scott County Court House, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
91. Avco Finance Company at corner of Fourth and Brady Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
92. Continental Baking Company at 1034 East River Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
93, 94. Culligan Water Conditioning of the Quad Cities at 3836 Eastern Avenue, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
95. Cinarco Camera Center at 217 Brady Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
96, 97. Citgo Service Station, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
98. A.D. Huesing Bottling Works, Inc. [Pepsi] building at 531 Schmidt Road, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
99. Hubill, Inc. [wholesale batteries] building at 1025 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
100. Hooker Chemical Corporation Phosphorous Division, Davenport Plant (c. 1965-1975)
101. Hockenberg Restaurant Equipment building at 926 West Third Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
102. Hilltop TV building at 3005 Brady Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
103. Hiland Potato Chip Company building at 2923 Rockingham Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
104. Entryway to Alcoa aluminum plant in Riverdale, Iowa (Oct. 1963)
105. View of Old Town Village Mall on East Kimberly Road just east of Davenport Avenue including Sherwin-Williams paint store and Peking Restaurant (Apr. 1975)
106. Harness racing at Quad City Downs in East Moline, Illinois (June 1978)
107. Mr. Steak restaurant at 3606 Bridge Avenue, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
108. Eagle Signal offices at 736 Federal Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
109. Eagle Signal plant, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
110. Lewis Cleaners building at 2714 East 11th Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
111. Door to Ludtke's Printery at 332 Harrison Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
112. 328-332 Harrison Street including Lee Lunardi Typewriters [328], Mac & Katie's Smoke House Tavern [330], The Steak House Restaurant [332], and Ludtke's Printery [332 1/2], Davenport (Oct. 1966)
113. Lujack-Shierbrock Chevrolet used car lot at 3700 Harrison Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
114. Vincent J. Neu Oldsmobile car lot at 3423 Brady Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
115. Kartridg Pak building at 807 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
116. Kaybee clothing store at 301 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
117. Bettendorf Bank and Trust Company building at 1819 State Street, Bettendorf (Oct. 1966)
118. Bettendorf Bank drive-up building (c. 1965-1975)
119. Interior of Blackhawk Hotel at corner of Third and Perry Streets, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
120. Brown Flight Service hangar at the Mt. Joy airport (Oct. 1966)
121. Centennial bridge with Davenport Bank building prominent in background. Photo by Jarmille A. Minard, restrictions for reproduction and use may apply (Oct. 1969)
122, 123. Davenport Bank drive-up windows on corner of Third and Main Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
124, 125. Schlegel Medical Supply building at 1161 East Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
126. Schlegel's Rexall Drugs building at corner of 29th and Brady Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
127. H.O. Seifert Lumber Company building at 4112 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
128. Shakeys Pizza Parler & Ye Public House building at 103 East 37th Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
129, 130. Sieg Company [wholesale auto parts] building at 500 Iowa Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
131, 132. Ralston Purina plant at 433 South Pine Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.71,72] (c. 1965-1975)
133. Kloppenborg Foundry & Fan Company building at 3742 West River Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
134. Naeckels Paint House building at 405 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
135. National Life Insurance Co. of Montpelier Vermont office interior in the Davenport Bank Building at 220 Main Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
136. Drawing of Downtowner Motor Inn (National Motor Inn) at 605 Main Street, Davenport (Sept. 1963)
137. National Tea Store building at 2525 Rockingham Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
138. Northwest Bank building at 3717 Brady Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
139. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company building at 528 Main Street, Davenport (Oct. 1963)
140. Northwest Plumbing & Heating, Inc., building (Oct. 1966)
141, 142. Trane O'Hearn Company Manufacturing [conveying equipment] building at 616 West 35th Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
143, 144. One Trip Plumbers building at 1030 Mound Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
145. M. & H. Machine Co., Inc. [jigs, fixtures, and dies] building at 636 West 35th Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
146. Main Prescription Shop building at corner of Second and Main Streets, Davenport, in First National Building (c. 1965-1975)
147. Matthews Office Equipment office interior at 212 West Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
148. Abraham's Women's Apparel building interior at 111 West Second Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
149. L.E. Chute Company building at 2729 Harrison Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
150. Iowa Motel at 4005 Brady Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
151. Interior view of The Fashion clothing store at 211 West Second Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.9] (c. 1965-1975)
152. The Edgetowner Restaurant in Mt. Joy (c. 1965-1975)
153. The Italian Village Restaurant at 220 Harrison Street, Davenport [see also 1992.14.76] (c. 1965-1975)
154. Davenport levee parking lot (c. 1955-1960)
155. Drawing of parking ramp at Second and Perry Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1963)
156. Parking ramp at Second and Perry Streets under construction (Oct. 1963)
157, 158. Petersen Harned Von Maur department store at 131 West Second Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
159, 160. Interior views of Petersen Harned Von Maur store at 131 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
161. Interior view of Petersen Harned Von Maur store at 131 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
162. Interior view of Petersen Harned Von Maur store at 131 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
163. Crane Supply Company [plumbing, heating, and air conditioning] building at 1202 Stadium Park Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
164. Roto-Rooter Sewer Cleaning Service office interior at building at 422 Pershing Avenue, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
165, 166. Pitney-Bowes [postage meters, mailing machines, collators, etc.] building at 230 West 35th Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
167. The Prudential Insurance Company building at 250 West 35th Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
168, 169. Interior view of Quad Cities Pathologists Group at 15 Professional Arts building at corner of Brady and Locust Streets, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
170. Construction of the Runge Mortuary building on East Kimberly Road and Davenport Avenue, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
171, 172. Star Forms building at 3129 State Street, Bettendorf (Oct. 1967)
173. Standard automobile service station (Oct. 1967)
174. Stephens Trophies [trophies and bowling apparel] and Rose Roofing and Window Company building (c. 1965-1975)
175. Stewart East Hairstylists building on Eastern Avenue?, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
176. Stewart School of Hairstyling building at 327 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
177. Strieter's Body Shop [automobile repair] building at 520 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
178. Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada building at 2501 18th Street, Bettendorf (Oct. 1966)
179. Sveden House Smorgasbord restaurant building in the Village Shopping Center at 902 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
180. Village Inn Restaurant in the Village Shopping Center at 902 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1963)
181. The Smith Drug store at 2132 East 11th Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
182. The Syndicate Hub men's clothing store at 222 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
183. Standard automobile service station (Oct. 1967)
184. Standard automobile service station (c. 1965-1975)
185, 186. Twin-State Engineering and Chemical Company [liquid fertilizer] building at 3732 West River Drive, Davenport
187. Turnstyle Family Center department store at 3808 Brady Street, Davenport (Sept. 1963)
188. Trissel, Graham & Hinton, Inc. Insurance and Surety Bonds office interior at 802 Davenport Bank Building, 220 Main Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
189. S.J. Smith Company building at 3707 West River Drive, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
190. Skeffingtons Formal Wear building at 313 West Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
191. Thompson-Hayward Chemical Company building at 2040 West River Drive, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
192. Thomsen Tobacco Company building at 1011 West Third Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
193. 3M Company Business Products Center building at 1120 East Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
194. Times-Democrat Newspaper building at 124 East Second Street, Davenport (July 1963)
195. Interior view of Townsend Hardware store at 311 West Third Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
196. Western Union office at 219 Brady Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
197. Drawing of WOC-TV building at 805 Brady Street, Davenport (Sept. 1963)
198. WOC-TV building at 805 Brady Street, Davenport. Photo by Jarmille A. Minard, restrictions on reproduction and use may apply (c. 1965-1975)
199. Samuel's Jewelers store at 111 West Third Street, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
200. Wickes Lumber Company building on North Brady Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
201. Interior view of Lober's Shoe store at 1534 West Locust Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
202. Liftruck Service building at 2501 West River Drive, Davenport (Oct. 1967)
203. Scharff's Around the Corner Shop [ladies' ready-to-wear apparel] at 101 West Second Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
204. Central States Steel Company building at 2935 Rockingham Road, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
205. Cashway Lumber Company building at 3636 West River Drive, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
206, 207. Citizens Federal Savings & Loan building at 216 Brady Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
208. Drawing of addition to Davenport Bank building on Third Street, Davenport (Oct. 1963)
209. Drive-up windows of Davenport Bank on corner of Third and Main Streets, Davenport (Oct. 1964)
210. Dahl Motors, Inc. [Ford automobile dealers] building at 627 West Second Street, Davenport
211. Americana Antique building at 815 East Locust Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
212. Interior view of The Art Shop & Galleries building at 328 Main Street, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
213, 214. Edwin Iossi Painting and Decorating Company building at 734 East 32nd Street, Davenport (Oct. 1968)
215. Drawing of Iowa Paint store at 3520 Harrsion Street, Davenport (Sept. 1963)
216. Iowa-Illinois Gas & Electric Company building at 205 Perry Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
217. Hotei restaurant and art gallery in the Village Shopping Center at 902 West Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
218. Davenport police at work (c. 1965-1975)
219. Victoria Feed Company building at 1044 South Dittmer Street, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
220. Wagners Printers building at 1515 East Kimberly Road, Davenport (Oct. 1966)
221. Deer at Scott County Park near Cody Homestead (c. 1970-1978)
222. Family camping at Scott County Park (June 1978)
223. Davenport Museum (Putnam Museum) building at 1717 West Twelfth Street, Davenport (June 1978)
224. People in the lower gallery of the Davenport Museum? (Sept. 1974)
225. Christmas Sale in the West Lobby of the Davenport Museum at 1717 West Twelfth Street, Davenport (Sept. 1974)
226. View of Mt. Joy including the Edgetowner Restaurant (May 1979)
227. View of Mt. Joy including the Edgetowner Restaurant (Oct. 1966)
228. View of unidentified dock area with sailboats somewhere in Scott County? (June 1978)
229. View of unidentified hospital room (c. 1965-1975)
230, 231. Views of residential areas, possibly in Davenport? (c. 1960)
232. Altorfer Machinery Company building at 3888 West River Drive, Davenport (c. 1965-1975)
233. Harry Alter & Sons, Inc.? [industrial material and contractor supplies] building at 513 South Howell Street, Davenport?? (c. 1965-1975)
234. Unidentified company (c. 1965-1975)
235. Unidentified building, possibly a school (c. 1965-1975)
236-239. Unidentified construction scenes (c. 1965-1975)
240. An unidentified scene from the floor of a national political convention (c. 1960-1978)
241-244. Unidentified office interior views, possibly Davenport Chamber of Commerce offices??? (Apr. 1975)
245-255. Unidentified meetings, possibly Davenport Chamber of Commerce board meetings (Sept. 1974)
256. Unidentified dinner (Nov. 1974)
257. Unidentified group (Jan. 1975)
258, 259. Unidentified dinner (Mar. 1975)
260. Unidentified meeting (Mar. 1975)
261, 262. Tables with promotional literature about Davenport and the Quad Cities laid out on them (Dec. 1975)
263. Unidentified meeting (1975)
264. Unidentified meeting (1975)
265-274. Unidentified graphics for slide shows??? (c. 1965-1975)    
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Inventory

Rev. Irving M. Channon Collection 1897-11
Inclusive dates: c. 1880-1897
 
Scope Notes

This collection of 7 photographs document the donor’s experience as a missionary in the Caroline Islands. The photographs were found in the accession file in the curatorial suite and transferred to the photographic collection. The photographs are part of an accession of material, see accession file for more information.
 
Subjects Included

Churches & Religion--Misc (5)
Houses & Households--Exterior--Identified (1, 4)
Nature--Scenes (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7)
Rivers & Creeks--Misc. (2)
Social Services--Misc. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) 
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Inventory

Christensen Collection LI
Inclusive dates: 1893-1953
 
Scope Notes
 
This collection consists of 16 copy negs and copy prints. Most of the images center on the Nels P. Christensen family, farm, and home near East Moline. Also included are two images of Rodney Christensen during his tour of duty in Korea during the Korean War.
 
Folder 1

Inventory, notes, copy negs (16)
 
Folder 2

Copy prints (16)
 
Subject Headings Represented
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--EMPLOYEES (16)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--MISC. (16)
COMMUNICATION--TELEPHONE (1)
FARMS & FARMING--BUILDINGS & BARNYARDS--PRE-1920 (4)
FARMS & FARMING--MISC. (15)
FARMS & FARMING--SPECIAL TYPES--LIVESTOCK (6)
GROUPS--IDENTIFIED (1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 14)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--DOMESTIC CHORES (15)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--RURAL--INTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (1, 7)
MILITARY & WAR--KOREAN (12, 13)
MILITARY & WAR--MISC. (13)
MILITARY & WAR--WORLD WAR II--PORTRAITS, GROUP (3)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND, & PACIFIC (2)
RAILROADS--EMPLOYEES (2, 16)
RAILROADS--ENGINES (2, 16)
RECREATION--CAMPING OR "OUTINGS" (13)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--MISC. (1)
TRANSPORTATION--WAGONS & BUGGIES (6)
 
Portraits

Christensen, Rodney (12)
Christensen, Walter (9)
Hansen, Ness (15)
Loding, Nellie (11)
Noden, Lorraine (10)
Noden, Marion (10)
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Inventory

Catholic Interracial Council Collection 2010 – 19
Dates: c. 1964-1968
 
Scope Notes

This collection consists of 153 black and white photographs and 41 safety negatives. The collection was donated by Father Marvin Mottet in 2010. The majority of the photos are from Catholic Interracial Council (CIC) events including Brotherhood Week, Pacem in Terris Awards (years 1965-1968), and the August 23, 1963 march and rally in Davenport. The collection also includes portraits of CIC members and noted guests and several photos of homes in Davenport. Most of the photos had identifying information written on back.

Also in the collection were two newspaper articles from 2010, as well as various papers, envelopes, and membership lists. Papers concerning CIC and its members were retained in folder 1 along with copies of the newspaper articles and a list of CIC members from 1964. Several NAACP membership lists were discarded as they were duplicates of those in the John L. (Jack)  Schneiders Collection. The envelopes were also discarded after any useful information was transferred to the archival envelopes or this inventory. One such envelope which we were unable to match with any of the photos was labeled “Bettendorf K of C Awards, 2/15/65.” Several envelopes were labeled “Rev. Marvin Mottet, Assumption High School.”

Some of these photographs and events appeared in volumes of the CIC Newsletter. For further information on the organization, events, and images, see the collection of CIC Newsletters in the John L. (Jack) Schneiders Collection (Box 3).

Folder 1
 
2 newspaper articles regarding Charles Toney’s induction into the Iowa African-American Hall of Fame             on Aug. 6, 2010 (Quad City Times, June 28, 2010; Quad City Times, August 2, 2010.)
CIC Membership List dated September 1964 (23 pages)
One-page typed document listing Sister Mary Benet’s work history and accomplishments
Political cartoon by Frank Miller, originally published in The Des Moines Sunday Register, Nov. 24, 1963
3-page press release (?) about Bishop Harold Perry, June 25, 1964
Business card for “John E. Maag, School Pictures, Inc.” on Fairhaven Road in Davenport (2010.19.68 and             other photos are from this studio.)
 
Folder 2

Negatives
 
Folder 3

Brotherhood Week and Brotherhood Mass, 1964 and 1965?
Envelopes with collection read “Brotherhood Mass, Feb 16, 1964” and “Brotherhood Mass, 2/21/65.”
 
2010.19.1             Charles Toney and others at Brotherhood Week event
2010.19.2             Unidentified priest and woman at Brotherhood Week event
2010.19.3-4            “Fred Epstein, Cecile Cooper, Ruth Epstein, Charles Toney” Brotherhood Week
2010.19.5-6             “Matt Ahmann, Charles Toney, Fr. Marvin Mottet” Brotherhood Week (?)
2010.19.7             Matt Ahmann at podium, during Brotherhood week (?)
2010.19.8             “Matt Ahmann, founder of National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice…”
2010.19.9             “Msgr. Wm. Quinn, Chicago [St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church], Davenport Brotherhood Mass”
2010.19.10             Msgr. Wm. Quinn and congregation, St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Brotherhood Mass
2010.19.11             Bishop Ralph L. Hayes and others at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Brotherhood Mass
2010.19.12-13             Crowd outside St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, after Brotherhood Mass, Feb 16, 1964
2010.19.14             “Fr. Jack Smith, Fr. Marvin Mottet, Brotherhood Mass, Sacred Heart Cathedral,” location written on back is incorrect.
2010.19.15             “Front – Ernie and Bernice Burke,” receiving communion (?), possibly Brotherhood Mass

Folder 4

Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965 and 1966
 
2010.19.16            Head table during Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.17            Head table at Pacem in Terris, Mayor [Ray T.] O’Brien at podium, 1965
2010.19.18            Head table, “Fr. Jack Smith, St. Ambrose College professor of History, CIC board member” at podium, Pacem in Terris, 1965
2010.19.19            “Wm. Hewitt, Pres. John Deere, Msgr. Moore, Pastor of St. Anthony Parish and Vicar General to Bishop of Davenport” at head table, Pacem in Terris, 1965
2010.19.20            “Wm. Hewitt, Pres. Deere & Co.” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.21            “Fred Epstein, V.P. of CIC, Owner of station KSTT” at podium, Pacem in Terris, 1965
2010.19.22            “Fred Epstein, owner of KSTT and CIC Executive Board member, presents Merit Award to John Yolten, Asst. Education Director of UAW, for outstanding civil rights work in labor unions,” at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.23            Fred Epstein and John Yolten at podium during Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.24-25            “Mel Pettis presents Merit Award to William Hewitt, Chairman of the Board of Deere & Co., for outstanding civil rights work in industry,” at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.26            Fr. Marvin Mottet (at podium), Msgr. Moore, and Martin Luther King, Jr. at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.27            Fr. Mottet, Carole Gross, and Msgr. Moore at podium, Martin Luther King, Jr. at right, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.28            Charles Toney, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Msgr. Moore at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.29            “Bill [William] Hewitt, Pres. of Deere” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.30            “Mel Pettis [at podium], Mayor O’Brien, [on left], Dr. King, Msgr. Moore [on right]”
Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.31A-C            “Father Mottet, CIC Chaplain, presents Carole Gross with a Merit Award for her service as a Mississippi Volunteer. Msgr. Moore, pastor [of] St. Anthony,” with Dr. King, Robert Fulton, and Mayor O’Brien, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.32            Martin Luther King, Jr. and Msgr. Moore at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
2010.19.33A-B            “Lieutenant Governor [Robert Fulton], Charles Toney, Martin Luther King, Msgr. Moore” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1965
 
Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.34            Fr. Marvin Mottet at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.35            “Lte. Governor [Robert Fulton], Bishop Hayes, Charles Toney, Sargent Shriver” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.36-37            Sargent Shriver at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.38            “Bishop Ralph L. Hayes, Charles Toney, and Sarge Shriver” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.39            Charles Toney and Jack Schneiders at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.40            Bishop Hayes, Fr. Mottet, Charles Toney, and John Schneiders at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.41            Head table at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.42            “S. [Benda] Ludmilla, RSM Mercy Hospital” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.43            Bishop Hayes, Frank Rhomberg (at podium), Robert Fulton, and unidentified woman, at head table, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.44            Head table at Pacem in Terris Awards, unidentified woman at podium, 1966
2010.19.45            Bishop Hayes presenting award to Powell Owens, Frank Rhomberg on right, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.46            Powell “Sonny” Owens, Fr. John Smith, and others at head table, Pacem in Terris, 1966
2010.19.47-48            Sargent Shriver and Fr. Marvin Mottet in lobby at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
2010.19.49            “Sarge Shriver, Fred Epstein, V.P. of CIC and owner of station KSTT, Fr. Marvin Mottet” in lobby at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1966
 
Folder 5

Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967 and [1968]
 
2010.19.50            Bishop Gerald O’Keefe presenting award to Sue Geiger, A. Philip Randolph on right, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.51            Sue Geiger at podium, Bishop O’Keefe on right, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.52            “John L. (Jack) Schneiders” at podium, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.53            John Schneiders and Bishop O’Keefe presenting award to William Cribbs, Pacem in                                     Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.54            Robert Peeples at Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.55            Bishop Hayes and Bishop O’Keefe presenting award to Simon Roberts, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.56-57            Mr. [Kenneth] MacDonald, “Publisher, Des Moines Register,” at podium, (with Bishop O’Keefe), Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.58            Unidentified woman at podium, Bishop O’Keefe on right, Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.59            A. Philip Randolph at Pacem in Terris Awards, Charles Toney in back, 1967
2010.19.60-62            A. Philip Randolph at podium (with unidentified woman on left, Bishop O’Keefe on Right), Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.63-64            A. Philip Randolph speaking at podium during Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
2010.19.65            Head table, Pacem in Terris Awards, A. Philip Randolph speaking from podium, 1967
2010.19.66            Bishop Ralph L. Hayes at podium, Bishop O’Keefe on right, Pacem in Terris, 1967
2010.19.67            Bishop Ralph L. Hayes speaking at podium during Pacem in Terris Awards, 1967
 
2010.19.68            Bishop Ralph L. Hayes speaking at podium at Hotel Blackhawk, possibly Pacem in Terris Awards, 1964 (See CIC Newsletter Apr. 1965)
 
Pacem in Terris Awards, and preceeding press-conference with Fr. Groppi, 1968
Meeting with press was held at St. Ambrose Student Center prior to Pacem in Terris Awards on April 23 (See CIC Newsletter June-July 1968).
2010.19.69-70            “Fr. James Groppi (Milwaukee) and ‘body guard,’ [3-4 other men]” seated, speaking into microphones, Milton Latson on Fr. Groppi’s right. 1968
2010.19.71            “Fr. James Groppi, Milwaukee, and ‘body guard,’ Pacem in Terris Award, 1967 [sic]” with others, seated at dinner table during a meal, possibly at St. Ambrose, 1968
2010.19.72            Head table at Pacem in Terris Awards, Fr. Jack Smith at podium, with Charles Toney, Fr.                         Groppi, and Fr. Mottet, Pacem in Terris Awards, [1968]
2010.19.73            Head table at Pacem in Terris Awards, “On right, Simon Roberts, Fr. John Smith, Two other gentlemen were with Charles in QC MEC [?],” Pacem in Terris Awards, [1968]
2010.19.74            Pacem in Terris Awards, African-American vocal group performing, Fr. John Real on right (?), [1968]
 
Folder 6

March and Rally August 23, 1963 (prior to March on Washington)
 
2010.19.75            Men and women walking along street carrying protest signs, 1963
2010.19.76            Crowd of people, standing and sitting, holding protest signs, 1963
2010.19.77            Man, seated, with protest signs; from verso: “CIC march to LeClaire Park – 1963, Week before March on Washington, John Howard Griffin spoke. 2,000 people”
2010.19.78-79            Rally members seated in audience at band shell in LeClaire Park, 1963
2010.19.80            Audience and stage at band shell, LeClaire Park, during rally, 1963
2010.19.81            Photo of band shell stage during rally, from print: “[...]Speakers, John Howard Griffin, Msgr. Conway, Mel Pettis,” 1963
2010.19.82-83            Three men seated in audience during rally, 1963
 
Folder 7

Miscellaneous CIC events and photographs
 
Davenport neighborhood
2010.19.84-86            Photo of small, run-down house, “Dirt floor ‘chicken coop’ connected to house on right overhead with electricity source, rented to lady with children, 10th street, below Toney residence […] a similar picture was on front page of CIC newsletter […]” 1965
2010.19.87-88            Small brick house, “About 10th St. – The lane just [south] of the Toney [residence] at 1010 Western,” 1965
2010.19.89            White-paneled house and garage in new [?] neighborhood, possibly belonged to the Toney family, 1965
 
St. Martin de Porres Mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 1964
Priest may be Father Herman Porter who officiated at the 1963 Brotherhood Mass. See CIC Newsletter Feb 1965 for photo of Fr. Porter.
2010.19.90            Unidentified man/priest in lectern, 1964
2010.19.91            Photo of altar during St. Martin de Porres Mass, unidentified priest, 1964
 
Press Conference, Martin Luther King, Jr., 1965
2010.19.92-94            Martin Luther King, Jr. seated, speaking into microphones, 1965
2010.19.95            Martin Luther King, Jr. shaking hands with unidentified man, 1965
 
Church service at Sacred Heart Cathedral, No date
May be from Brotherhood Mass, Feb. 21, 1965, officiated by Father Basilio Munago (Muňago) of the Philippine Islands (See CIC Newsletter Feb. 1965). Needs to be verified.
2010.19.96            Altar and celebrants during mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral, unidentified priest, ND
2010.19.97            Unidentified man/priest in pulpit during mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral, ND
2010.19.98            Group of men and women receiving communion (?), during mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral, unidentified priest, ND
 
John Howard Griffin speech at Marycrest College, No date
2010.19.99            Group of women in lobby-area, Anita Vaessen center, “Marycrest College, John Howard Griffin spoke to overflow crowd,” ND
2010.19.100            “Marycrest College, Overflow crowd for John Howard Griffin,” in lobby, ND
2010.19.101            Crowd in lobby at John Howard Griffin speech, including group of nuns, ND
2010.19.102-103“Fr. Marvin Mottet, Chaplain of CIC, S. Helen Rappenecker, President Marycrest College,” and “Sr. Claire Marie, OSF,” at Marycrest, John Howard Griffin speech, ND
 
Unknown event, No date
Possibly from “social hour” after 1964 Brotherhood Mass – see CIC Newsletter Feb. 1965
2010.19.104            Bishop Ralph L. Hayes at microphone in front of curtain (on stage?), ND
2010.19.105            Charles Toney at microphone, ND
2010.19.106            “Charles Toney and Cong. Schwengel” shaking hands behind microphone, ND
 
Miscellaneous
2010.19.107            “Tom Cooke, Friendship House in Chicago. Spoke at Marycrest College April 1964.” Mr. Cooke and three women holding map of Davenport, 1964
2010.19.108            Close-up photo of John Howard Griffin speaking with unidentified woman (at St. Ambrose?), No date
2010.19.109            Dinner party “At home of Charles Toney. L to R: Carol Ann Jackson, James Orr, Mrs. James Orr, Lyle Mallary, Eileen Mallary, Walt Jones.” Seated at table, eating, No date
 
Folder 8

Clergy portraits, no dates
 
2010.19.110            (Negative only, stored in folder 1) Portrait of Bishop Gerald O’Keefe in church vestments, ND
2010.19.111            “? Chicago priest who was shot in back in Alabama,” Fr. Richard Morrisroe, Celebrant at 1966 Brotherhood Mass, ND
2010.19.112            Studio portrait of “Msgr. J. D. Conway, Pastor of St. Mary’s Parish,” ND
2010.19.113            Studio portrait of “S. Germaine Dermody, CHM,” ND
2010.19.114            Studio portrait of “Sister Mary Benet OSB, St. Joseph’s School […]” ND
2010.19.115            Photo of Fr. James Groppi
2010.19.116            Studio portrait of Fr. John Real, ND
2010.19.117            Studio portrait of Sr. Claire Marie, ND
2010.19.118            Studio portrait of “Most. Rev. Ralph L. Hayes, D. D., Bishop of Davenport,” in church vestments, ND
2010.19.119            Fr. Marvin Mottet, seated at desk, ND
2010.19.120            Studio portrait, “Bishop Harold Perry, 1st modern black Catholic bishop in U.S. […]” ND
 
Folder 9

Portraits
 
2010.19.121            (Negative only, stored in folder 1) Portrait of an unidentified young man, ND
2010.19.122            (Negative only, stored in folder 1) Portrait of unidentified man in suit, ND
2010.19.123            Studio portrait of N.P. Dotson, “Mebe [sic] w/ H.U.D. St. Louis,” ND
2010.19.124            Studio portrait of Carole Gross, ND
2010.19.125            Portrait of Jack T. Hageboeck, ND
2010.19.126            Studio portrait of Katherine Kirschbaum, ND
2010.19.127            Studio portrait of Frank Rhomberg, ND
2010.19.128            Portrait of unidentified man in suit and tie, ND
2010.19.129            Picture of unidentified man in suit and tie, ND
2010.19.130             Portrait of unidentified woman (pasted on cardboard backing), ND
2010.19.131            Studio portrait of “Brother Booker Walker, Graduate of Assumption H.S.” Also from verso: “Booker Walker, Brother Ambrose, OSB,” ND
2010.19.132            Portrait of Herbert Weber, ND
2010.19.133            Studio portrait of “John Yolten, Asst. Director, Education Dept., UAW, Detroit, MI. Former president of Quad City Federation of Labor,” ND
2010.19.134            Studio portrait of William Cribbs, ND
2010.19.135            Studio portrait of Sue Geiger, 1965
2010.19.136            Studio portrait of “Jesse Jackson, Director of Operation Breadbasket,” ND           
2010.19.137            Studio portrait of Powell Owens, ND
2010.19.138            Studio portrait of Alvino Peña,  (or Pena, to facilitate computer word search) ND
2010.19.139            Studio portrait of “John L. (Jack) Schneiders, about 1966,” c. 1966
2010.19.140            Studio portrait of “State Representative John Tapscott, Des Moines,” ND
2010.19.141            Unidentified man, studio portrait, ND
2010.19.142            Portrait of “Saul D. Alinsky, Executive Director, Industrial Areas Fndn.” (Received Pacem in Terris Award in 1969), ND
2010.19.143            Studio portrait of “D.F. Hermann, 1966”
2010.19.144            Studio portrait of “Wm. A. Hewitt, Chairman of Deere & Co.” ND
2010.19.145            Portrait of “Kenneth McDonald, Editor and publisher, Register and Tribune,” ND
2010.19.146            Studio portrait of A. Philip Randolph, ND
2010.19.147            Portrait of Sargent Shriver, ND
2010.19.148            Studio portrait of “Arthur M. Swift, Executive V.P. and General Manager,” ND
 
Folder 10

Group portraits
 
2010.19.149            Family photo, “Hampton,” man, woman, and little girl, ND
2010.19.150A-B“Jack Schneiders, Estelle Keller, Charles Toney” group photo, ND
2010.19.151            “Ed Statts [Staats] Family, Arsenal employee, Dav. NAACP activist,” Family photo, Ed, wife, and three children, ND
2010.19.152A-B“Elisha and Ina Williams Family,” “Elisha was very active in Dav. NAACP, Worked at Arsenal and went as civilian expert to Vietnam,” Family photo of Elisha, Ina, and three small children, ND
2010.19.153            “Waterloo Iowa couple/family,” Family photo of man, woman, and eight children, ND
 
Subject Cross Reference
 
Churches & Religion – Catholic – Clergy & Congregations (2, 5, 6, 9-15, 18, 19, 26-28, 31A-C, 32, 33A-B, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 45-51, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 66-74, 90, 91, 96-104, 110-120, 131)
Churches & Religion – Catholic – Individual Churches – Davenport (9-15, 90, 91, 96-98)
Churches & Religion – Catholic – Misc. (90, 91)
Cities – Davenport – Street Scenes – Business – 1960-1999 (75)
Cities – Davenport – Street Scenes – Residential – 1960-1999 (84-89)
Communication – Misc. (92-95)
Entertainment & Amusement – Misc. (99-103, 107)
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Black Americans (1, 3-6, 15, 24-26, 28, 30, 31A-B, 32, 33A-B, 35, 38-40, 45, 46, 53-55, 59, 60-64, 69-81, 90-95, 98, 105-109, 123, 131, 134, 136, 141, 146, 150A-B, 151, 152A-B, 153)
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Hispanic (138)
Groups – Identified (149, 150A-B, 151, 152A-B)
Groups – Unidentified (153)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant, Tavern – Hotel (41, 42, 48, 49, 56, 64, 65, 68)
Houses & Households – Urban – Exterior – Identified (84-88)
Houses & Households – Urban – Exterior – Unidentified (89)
Law and Law Enforcement – Police (48)
Music – Choruses & Singers (74)
Organizations & Clubs – Misc. (1-14, 16-30, 31A-C, 32, 33A-B, 34-74, 104-106)
Parks & Recreation – LeClaire (78-83)
Portrait – [?], Sr. Claire Marie (102, 103, 117)
Portrait – Ahmann, Matt (5-8)
Portrait – Alinsky, Saul D. (142)
Portrait – Benet, Sr. Mary (114)
Portrait – Burke, Bernice (15)
Portrait – Burke, Ernie (15)
Portrait – Conway, Msgr. J.D. (81, 112)
Portrait – Cooke, Tom (107)
Portrait – Cooper, Cecile (3, 4)
Portrait – Cribbs, William (53, 134)
Portrait – Dermody, Sr. Germaine (113)
Portrait – Dotson, N.P. (123)
Portrait – Epstein, Fred (3, 4, 21-23, 49)
Portrait – Epstein, Ruth (3, 4)
Portrait – Fulton, Robert (31A-B, 33A-B, 35, 43)
Portrait – Geiger, Sue (50, 51, 135)
Portrait – Griffin, John Howard (81, 108)
Portrait – Groppi, Fr. James (69-72, 115)
Portrait – Gross, Carole (27, 31A-C, 124)
Portrait – Hageboeck, Jack T. (125)
Portrait – Hayes, Bishop Ralph L. (11, 35, 38, 45, 55, 66-68, 104, 118)
Portrait – Hermann, D.F. (143)
Portrait – Hewitt, William A. (19, 20, 24, 25, 29, 144)
Portrait – Jackson, Carol Ann (109)
Portrait – Jackson, Jesse L. (136)
Portrait – Jones, Walt (109)
Portrait – Keller, Estelle (150A-B)
Portrait – King, Martin Luther, Jr. (26, 28, 31A-B, 32, 33A-B, 92-95)
Portrait – Kirschbaum, Katherine (126)
Portrait – Latson, Milton (69, 70)
Portrait – Ludmilla, Sister [Benda] (42)
Portrait – MacDonald, Kenneth (56, 57, 145)
Portrait – Mallary, Eileen (109)
Portrait – Mallary, Lyle (109)
Portrait – Moore, Msgr. (19, 26-28, 31A-B, 32, 33A-B)
Portrait – Morrisroe, Fr. Richard (111)
Portrait – Mottet, Fr. Marvin (5, 6, 14, 15, 26, 27, 31A-C, 34, 40, 47-49, 72, 102, 103, 119)
Portrait – O’Brien, Mayor [Ray T] (17, 31A)
Portrait – O’Keefe, Bishop Gerald (50, 51, 57, 58, 60, 62, 66, 110)
Portrait – Orr, James (109)
Portrait – Orr, Mrs. James (109)
Portrait – Owens, Powell (“Sonny”) (45, 46, 137)
Portrait – Peeples, Robert (54)
Portrait – Peña, Alvino (138)
Portrait – Perry, Bishop Harold (120)
Portrait – Pettis, Mel (24, 25, 30, 81)
Portrait – Quinn, Msgr. William (9, 10)
Portrait – Randolph, A. (Asa) Philip (59-64, 146)
Portrait – Rappenecker, Sr. [Mary] Helen (102, 103)
Portrait – Real, Fr. John (Jack) (74, 116)
Portrait – Rhomberg, Frank (43, 127)
Portrait – Roberts, Simon (55, 73)
Portrait – Schneiders, John L. (Jack) (39, 40, 52, 53, 140, 150A-B)
Portrait – Schwengel, Fred (106)
Portrait – Shriver, Sargent (Robert S., Jr.) (35-38, 47-49, 147)
Portrait – Smith, Fr. John (Jack) (14, 18, 46, 72, 73)
Portrait – Staats, Ed (151)
Portrait – Swift, Arthur M. (148)
Portrait – Tapscott, John (140)
Portrait – Toney, Charles (1, 3-6, 28, 33A-B, 35, 38-40, 59, 72, 81, 105, 106, 150A-B)
Portrait – Unidentified Man (128, 129, 141)
Portrait – Unidentified Woman (130)
Portrait – Vaessen, Anita (99)
Portrait – Walker, Brother Booker (131)
Portrait – Weber, Herbert (132)
Portrait – Williams, Elisha (152A-B)
Portrait – Williams, Ina (152A-B)
Portrait – Yolten, John (22, 23, 133)
Schools & Education – College – Teikyo Marycrest (99-103, 107)
Social Life & Customs – Parties (109)
Social Protest – Misc. (75-83)
Social Services – Misc. (107)
Transportation – Automobile (13)
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Inventory

City Albums, XXXVI
Dates: c. 1880-1887

This collection consists of the following albums:
            First Album of the City of Davenport, Iowa – Acq #1963-36 – 1887
Publisher Huebinger Brothers Photographic Art Gallery (hereinafter referred to as Huebinger Album). There are three identical Huebinger Albums in this collection.
 
            Photographic Views of the City of Davenport, Iowa – ca. 1881
Publisher Western View Company – C.S. Newberry & E.A. Day, photographers (hereinafter referred to as Western View Album). There are two identical albums in this collection – one minus its cover.
 
            Rock Island Arsenal Views – Acq #1984-29 – ca. 1880
Publisher Western View Company (hereinafter referred to as Rock Island Arsenal Album).

Scope Notes:
 
The Huebinger Album has a short history of the area and a discussion of local government, institutions, and the business climate. There are twelve engravings interspersed with the text, maps of Scott County and Rock Island Arsenal, in addition to the 120 photographs of the Davenport area, and a 20-image montage of Rock Island Arsenal scenes. A copy of the title page and the table of contents are included in this inventory. The album is fan-fold in design: pages in one direction are numbered with Roman numerals, the opposite side with Arabic.
 
The Western View Album contains 14 photographs of various views and street scenes in Davenport.
 
The Rock Island Arsenal Album contains 14 photographs of the Arsenal, as well as 9 additional photographs of the island and its bridges. The album is fan-fold and the photographs are unnumbered. There are a few paragraphs of text describing the island, the Arsenal, and its main features.
 
The following pages describe the photographs in each album with the appropriate subject headings and cross-references.

HUEBINGER ALBUM 1963-36

Subject Headings & Cross References
 
BRIDGES--
FIRST GOVERNMENT--II, #l; VI, #1; VII, #17-18.
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY-­-
MISC--I0, #65.
SERVICE--
BANKING--I0, #20.
LAUNDRY--I0, #15.
PLUMBING--8, #60.
PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION—
­BOOKS--3, #39; 10, #11.
BOOTS & SHOES--10, #4; 10, #6.
BREWING & BOTTLING--9, #63; 10, #68.
DRY GOODS--9, #62; 4, #44; 4, #42; 2, #36; 3, #37; 10, #67.
FURNITURE & APPLIANCES--I0, #9; 10, #12; 10, #19.
GROCERY--4, #43; 10, #5; 10, #17.
GUNS & AMMUNITION--10, #1.
HARDWARE--3, #38; 10, #7.
JEWELRY--2, #35.
MILLINERY--I0, #67; 10, #8.
PAINT--I0, #3.
PUBLIC UTILITIES--VII, #19-20.
TABLEWARE--4, #41.
TOBACCO--3, #40.
PRODUCT PRODUCTION & EXTRACTION—
BAKERIES--5, #40.
BREWING & BOTTLING--7, #57.
CARRIAGES--10, #66.
FARM IMPLEMENTS--5, #47.
LUMBER--5, #45; 5, #48; 7, #54; 8, #57.
MISC--6, #51; 7, #53; 7, #55; 8, #59.
PUBLIC UTILITIES--8, #58.
SASH & DOOR--6, #49.
STONE CARVINGS--I0, #18.
WASHING MACHINES--6, #52.
 
CHURCHES & RELIGION—
BAPTIST--VIII, #21.
CATHOLIC--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES--DAVENPORT--VIII, #21 (2). CONGREGATIONAL--VIII, #21.
EPISCOPAL--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES--DAVENPORT--VIII, #21 (3).
LUTHERAN--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES--DAVENPORT--VIII, #21.
PRESBYTERIAN--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES--DAVENPORT--VIII, #21.
 
HOSPITALS—
MERCY--IX, #25.
MISC--9, #64.
 
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN—
HOTEL--9, #61; 2, #33-34; 10, #2, #13, #16.
TAVERN--I0, #14.
 
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—
URBAN--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED--XI (20).
 
LIBRARIES—
PUBLIC--VIII, #23.
 
MILITARY & WAR--
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL--1 (20).
 
MILLS--
MISC--7,#55; 6,#51; 8,#59.
 
MONUMENTS & MARKERS-­-
MISC--V,#13.
 
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS—
NEWSPAPERS--MISC--10, #10; 6, #50.
 
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—
MASONS--X, #32.
TURNERS--VIII, #24.
 
ORPHANAGES & OLD AGE HOMES--IX, #26.
 
PARKS & PARK RECREATION --
­SCHUETZEN--V, #15.
WASHINGTON SQUARE--V, #16.
 
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--
ACADEMIES--IMMACULATE CONCEPTION--IX, #27.
COLLEGES--
GRISWOLD--X, #29-30.
ST. AMBROSE--IX, #28.
ELEMENTARY--BUILDINGS-­-
DAV #l--VIII, #22.
DAV #2--VIII, #22.
DAV #3--VIII, #22.
DAV #4--VIII, #22.
DAV #5--VIII, #22.
DAV #8--VIII, #22.
DAV #10--VIII, #22.
SECONDARY--BUILDINGS--
FIRST DAVENPORT--5, #4.
 
CITIES--DAVENPORT--BIRD'S EYE & AERIAL VIEWS--I; 11, #1-14; VI, #1.
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES--RESIDENTIAL--PRE-1920--II, #3.
CITIES--DAVENPORT--STREET SCENES—
BUSINESS--1860-99--III, #5-8; IV, #9-12; VI, #2; 2, #35-36; 3, #37-40; 4, #41-44; 5 #46-47;                                           6, #49, #50, #52; 8, #60; 9, #61-64; 10, #65-68.
 
COUNTIES--SCOTT--COURTHOUSES--FIRST--X, #31.
 
VIEWS OF THE CITY OF DAVENPORT WESTERN VIEW CO. ALBUM

Subject Headings & Cross References
 
BRIDGES--FIRST GOVERNMENT
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—
­MISC
SERVICE-­-
PLUMBING
PRINTING
PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION—
DRY GOODS (3)
GROCERY
HARDWARE (2)
TABLEWARE
PRODUCT PRODUCTION & EXTRACTION—
­CLOTHING
MISC
TOBACCO
 
CHURCHES & RELIGION--EPISCOPAL--INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES
 
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--HOTEL
 
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED
 
MONUMENTS & MARKERS--MISC
 
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS--NEWSPAPERS--MISC (2)
 
POSTAL SERVICE--BUILDINGS
 
CITIES--DAVENPORT--
BIRD'S EYE & AERIAL VIEWS
STREET SCENES-­BUSINESS--1869-99 (5)
RESIDENTIAL--PRE-1920
 
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL VIEWS ALBUM

Subject Headings & Cross References
 
BRIDGES--
FIRST GOVERNMENT (2)
SECOND GOVERNMENT
MISC
 
CEMETERIES & HEADSTONES--IDENTIFIED
 
DAMS
FORTS--FORT ARMSTRONG
 
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--FAMOUS PEOPLE--COLONEL DAVENPORT
 
MILITARY & WAR--ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL (14)
 
NATURE--SCENCES
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Inventory

Clark Collection 1999-112
Inclusive Dates: c. 1913-1935
 
Scope Notes
 
This collection consists of 12 black and white 4x5 copy negatives related to William Clark and his family. They are related to William Clark's work on Clinton trolley system in the 1910s and his photography business, Clark Studio in DeWitt. Family consisted of William Joseph Clark, his wife Nina and their daughters Maryon Genevieve Clark and Wilma Nina Frances Clark. Interior shots of the studio are also included in the collection.
 
Image Description
 
1999.112.2        Portrait of Maryon and Wilma Clark, c. 1920s
1999.112.3        Portrait of Maryon Clark, c. 1915
1999.112.4        Maryon Clark pushing Wilma Clark in pram, c. 1923
1999.112.5        William Joseph and Maryon Clark in the living room of their home in DeWitt, c. 1915
1999.112.6        Nina and Maryon Clark seated in horse-drawn carriage, c. 1915
1999.112.7        4 trolleys parked just outside the entrance to a station, c. 1913
1999.112.8        Nina Clark working at printing co., c. 1930
1999.112.9        Exterior view of Clark Studio, c. 1920
1999.112.10    Interior view of Clark Studio, c. 1920
1999.112.11    Interior view of Clark Studio, dark room, c. 1920
1999.112.12    Interior view of Clark Studio, supply/work room, c. 1920
1999.112.13    2 men [conductors?] standing by Trolley #107, 1913
1999.112.14    Trolleys on tracks, William Clark in lead train, c. 1913
 
Subject Cross Reference
 
Business & Industry—Advertisements (4)
Business & Industry—Employees (8, 13)
Business & Industry—Photography (9, 10, 11, 12)
Business & Industry—Printing (8)
Houses & Households—Urban—Exterior—Identified (9)
Houses & Households—Urban—Interior—Identified (5)
Social Life & Customs—Family Activities (4)
Transportation—Trolleys, Inter-Urbans & Horsecars (7, 13, 14)
Transportation—Wagons & buggies (6)
Portrait—Clark, Maryon (2, 3)
Portrait—Clark, Wilma (2)
 
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Inventory

Cram Mss Collection, 1955-18
Inclusive dates: c. 1907-1940
 
Scope Notes

This collection consists of 64 photographs (housed in 4 folders) isolated within the Cram Manuscript Collection in the Putnam Museum Archives. Ralph Warren Cram was a Davenport newspaper editor who was active in aviation and politics. These photographs reflect Cram’s personal interests, friends and acquaintances.
 
Photographs:
 
Folder 1
Inventory, notes, copy neg (1)
President W.H. Taft and local party leaders
Unidentified group
Portrait --?, John E.
First Presbyterian Church – Interior
[Government Bridge reconstruction c. 1896] Ralph Cram in photo.
 
Folder 2

Misc. photographs document aviation – airplanes, pilots, stunts, etc.
 
Folder 3

Portraits –
Alder, E.P.
Blank, A.A.
Buese, Walter
Clabaugh, D.L.
Cody, William F.
Cram, Ralph Warren (4 photos)
Dell, Anthony (5 photos)
Dell, B. Marie?
Dell, Floyd (3 photos)
 
Folder 4

Ely, Eugene
Feeney, Bob
Feeney, John A.
Grahl, Charles H.
Gregory, Ben F.
Hansen, Harry
Harrison, Hugh
Hathorm, Chas. E.
Huntley, Helen [Rumley]
Nelson, George C.?
Post, Wiley
 
Folder 4 Cont.

Richardson, ?
Richardson, Morris N.
Seaman, T.W.
Throop, Frank D. 
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Inventory

Curtis Collection, 1959-14
Inclusive Dates: c. 1880
 
Scope Notes
 
This collection consists of 37 photographs relating to the Curtis family of Davenport. All photographs are contained in a blue green velvet photo album which was given the museum object number MU 1918.
 
Album contents:
1 Grandma Fuller
2 Viola Genning
3 Hiram Stokes, Melissa Neva?
4 Lottie?, Carrie Curtis
5 Maria? Curtis
6 Elmer & May Bartmus
8 Chas. Roberts
9 Mattie Roberts
10 Roy Burch
11 Julia Burch
12 Frank Curtis
13 Tillie Madden Curtis
15 Aunt Miranda Curtis
16 Essie Burch Flood
17 Emma Keppe Curtis
18 Henry Madden
19 Lucy Madden
20 John Randall
21 Lottie Curtis Randall
22 Flora Genning
23 Aunt Mary Genning
24 Nellie Burch Duffin
26 Rene Curtis
27 Curtis Fuller
28 Gus & Clara Hostetler
29 Vina? Curtis
31 Anna Curtis
32 Abram Curtis
33 Aunt Becky Curtis
34 Erastus Curtis
35 Jane Curtis
36 Burch, Nellie, Leslie, and Essie
37 Curtis Fuller

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