Today’s post features 12 different postcards showing the town or city’s Main street. Click on the image to learn further details. Anaconda, Montana 2. Little Rock, Arkansas 3. Juneau, Alaska 4. Vernal, Utah 5. Salt Lake City, Utah 6. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 7. Montrose, Colorado 8. Dubuque, Iowa 9. Mesa, Arizona 10. Salmon, Idaho 11. Boise,Continue reading “Main Street, U.S.A.”
WHAT: Train wreck WHEN: March 21, 1910 – 8:17 a.m. WHERE: Between Green Mountain and Gladbrook, Iowa FATALITIES: 52 dead, 39 injured From the front page of the La Crosse Tribune, Monday, March 21, 1910: The worst wreck in the history of Iowa railroading occurred at 8:17 a. m. today four miles north of GreenContinue reading “Rock Island Train Wreck – Green Mountain, Iowa”
This week I present a jumbo batch of found photos from the Quad Cities of Illinois & Iowa Flood of 1965
This week’s Found Photo Friday is the first of a series of images taken in the Quad Cities in Iowa during after the area was hit was a devastating flood.
Located at the junction of Highways 6 and 150, in Davenport, Iowa, the Tall Corn Motel opened for business in 1953. In November, 1954 the hotel was sold by Everett Herold to William Minnick of St. Joseph, Missouri who had previously run several motels in the West. Minnick would operate the motel for many years. EasyContinue reading “Tall Corn Motel Motor Inn – Davenport, Iowa”
A few months back I purchased an old 8.5 x 11 July 1955 advertisement/schedule from the Lake Theatre in Lake View, Iowa. I bought it with the intent to do a write up on the Lake Theatre and its history. There is one minor problem, I had a very difficult time finding anything about theContinue reading “July 1955 Cinemascope at Lake Theatre Schedule – Lake View, Iowa”