Archive Inventory: Archival Boxes, Misc. Documents, Scrapbooks and Ledgers



INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 1
 
Folder 1 1990-17
GD 428 Up with Families Weekend program/schedule of events, March 24, & 25, 1990
HB 80 Up with Families Weekend brochure, event for handicapped children and their families
GD 427a Black Hawk Hiking Club Annual Banquet program, April 7, 1990, 70th Anniversary
GD 427b Black Hawk Hiking Club Bulletin, No. 80, 1988-89
HG 78 Flyer for Community Night sponsored by Congressman Jim Leach, Sat. Feb. 17, c. 1990
GD 426 The Stanley Foundation brochure, March 1984, activities, publications an order form, international issues, peace and freedom
PO 777 "Focus on Radon" flyer, Feb. 12, 1990, by Scott County Extension Services, Wendy Peterson
HB 77 Flyer from Quad City Arts for performance by Colleen Dewhurst in "And Sarah Laughed" at the Adler Theatre, March 16, 1990
HB 79 Brochure for 22nd Annual Quad-Cities World Affairs Conference "The Winds of Change:  The Soviet Boc" sponsored by Quad-Cities World Affairs Council, April 6-7, 1990
PO 779 Poster for 22 Annual Quad-Cities World Affairs Conference, April 6-7,1990
No # American Heritage Week program/schedule of events, June 18-22, 1990, sponsored by the Rock Island Arsenal (Hispanic, African-American, Asian, Native American)
No # Brochure "A Look Back . . . Firsts for Women on Arsenal Island" published by Federal Women's Program, c. 1990
No # American Heritage Week Cookbook, June 1990
No # Rock Island Arsenal Army Communities of Excellence Customer Service Coloring Handout
No # Davenport Chamber of Commerce Beautification Award entry blank, c. 1990
No # Davenport Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Committee Members, c. 1990
No # Flyer for Bix Porch Party sponsored by Davenport Public Library, Thursday, July 26 (1990?)
 
Folder 2 1990-20
A History of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra, Celebration the Art of Sound for 75 Years by Donald McDonald, Davenport:  Quad City Symphony Orchestra Association, June 1989.
card announcing complimentary copy of book from Symphony Orchestra Assoc.
 
Folder 3 1990-25
Citizenship document for Johan Asmus, issued in Scott County, Sept 21, 1888
Original envelope from clerk's office
 
Folder 4
1990-35 Sheet music by Cecil Fletcher
1990.35.2 "Napsinekke Hollow" by Cecil Fletcher, arranged by Paul F. Clark, c. 1974
1990.35.4 "The Ballad of Buffalo Bill" by Cecil Fletcher and Joe Tanner, 1976
1990.35.5 "Since I Found Jesus" by Cecil Fletcher and Joe Tanner, 1976
1990.35.6 "LeClaire Ground is Buffalo Bill Ground" by Cecil Fletcher, arranged by Paul F. Clark, 1974
1990.35.7 "The Rooster and the Little Hen" music by Cecil Fletcher, words by J. W. Fletcher, 1975
 
Folder 5 1990-67
Ticket for "Talk Radio" by Eric Bogosian, presented by Marycrest College and Samuel French Inc., August 25, 1990
Program for "Talk Radio," August 24, 25, & 31 & September 1, 1990
 
Folder 6
1990-75
1990.75.1 Dance program for "Grand Ball" given by The Blue Belles' Leap Year Club of Little's Grove at Mr. Emil Speth's Hall, Saturday, Feb. 20, 1904
 
Folder 7
1990-89 Stamp Collection
1990.89.1-8 3 cent "Internal Revenue Proprietary" green Washington stamps
1990.89.9 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent green Washington? silhouette stamp
1990.89.10 3 cent green Washington? silhouette stamp
1990.89.11-14 1 cent green Washington Silhouette stamps
1990.89.15-18 2 cent red Washington silhouette stamps
1990.89.19-22 2 cent red Washington stamps
1990.89.23 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, no date
1990.89.24 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, 1864
1990.89.25 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, 1865
1990.89.26 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, 1867
1990.89.27-28 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, 1869
1990.89.29-30 2 cent terra cotta colored Washington stamp, 1870
1990.89.31 1 cent green Franklin silhouette stamp
1990.89.32 2 cent orange with black/white portrait of Washington
1990.89.33 2 cent stamp with "2" in center, red/burgundy
1990.89.34 2 cent blue Washington internal revenue stamp from playing cards, 1865
1990.89.35 1 cent blue Franklin silhouette stamp
1990.89.36 2 cent red Washington silhouette stamp
1990.89.37 3 cent purple Washington silhouette stamp
1990.89.38 3 cent purple Washington stamp
1990.89.39 2 cent brown Washington? silhouette stamp
1990.89.40-41 3 cent brown Washington silhouette stamp
1990.89.42 Fragment of envelope with 2 cent Washington stamp, canceled Denver Co.
1990.89.43-44 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent Washington silhouette stamp and 3 cent imprinted silhouette of Franklin? green stamp
1990.89.45 Fragment of envelope with 2 cent Washington? red stamp
1990.89.46 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent purple Washington stamp, 1917, canceled Winneka, Ill.
1990.89.47 Fragment of envelope with 2 cent red Washington stamp, 1902?
1990.89.48 Fragment of envelope with imprinted 2 cent Washington stamp, 1904, canceled Burlington, Iowa
1990.89.49 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent silhouette, faded purple? stamp
1990.89.50 Fragment of envelope with 2 cent red Washington? stamp
1990.89.51 Fragment of envelope with 2 cent imprinted brown Franklin stamp
1990.89.52 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent green Washington silhouette stamp
1990.89.53-55 Fragment of envelope with 3 cent purple, 1 cent green, 2 cent red stamps, canceled Clinton, Iowa
1990.89.56 Internal revenue stamp, 50 cent mortgage, 1864
1990.89.57 Internal revenue stamp, 50 cent passage ticket, 1865
1990.89.58 1 penny English stamp, canceled
1990.89.59 Italian postage stamp, canceled
1990.89.60-61 2 stamps from India for half anna
1990.89.62 Envelope with stamp 2 cent, August 1916, to A. J. Faeber, "Mr. Sam White" crossed out
1990.89.63 Envelope addressed to B. F. Tillinghast c/o The Democrat, canceled March 1904, from Tri-City Construction Co., 2 cent stamp, Washington silhouette
1990.89.64 Envelope addressed to Mrs. E. Grant canceled June 27, 1906, with US stamp 1cent with silhouette of B. Franklin
1990.89.65 Envelope from Henry Thuenen, Jr. City Attorney to W. C. Putnam with 2 cent stamp of Washington, Feb. 1904
1990.89.66 Part of blank envelope with US stamp, 1 cent, silhouette of man
1990.89.67 Carte-de-visite, unidentified woman, c. 1865?, photographer identified on back E. P. Egbert, No. 45 Brady St, 3 cent stamp of Geo. Washington on back
 
Folder 8
1990-90 Bi-State Metropolitan Planning Commission
1990.90.2 Report cover "Municipal Needs Analysis"
1990.90.3 Report cover "Regional Development Policy Plan and Program
1990.90.4 Report cover "Housing Plan for the Bi-State Region"
1990.90.5 Annual report, 1977
1990.90.6 Brochure "Transportation 1995"
 
Folder 9 1990-104 (1 of 3)
Blotter from Central Trust & Savings Bank, Rock Island
Card (tri-fold) invitation to attend services at Free Methodist Church, Rock Island, with Bible verses
Tract “Almost a Martyr: Experience of Rev. J. H. Crowell” from the Free Methodist Church
Tract “God’s Eye is ever upon you” from American Rescue Mission, Rock Island
2 cards (tri-fold, unfolded) for Rev. J. E. Parry, Free Methodist Church, Rock Island
Bill from Rock Island City Water Works, 1930, to Mrs. Lucy Vernon Stalker
Advertising card for Gansets’ Ajax and Mild Chocolates
Advertising card for Antikamnia Tablets (fragile)
Visiting card for Nellie Morton
Invitation to Rock Island High School Commencement week, May 29-June 3, 1904
Black and white print of Stock Farm of Henry Morton, Sec. 34, Cass Twp. Cass Co.
 
Folder 10 1990-104 (2 of 3)
2 tintypes - 1 group, 1 woman
American Rescue Mission, Rock Island, annual Christmas effort with staff, postcard
Postcard of James and Lois Latham, portrait, c. 1910??
Hubert Archambault? portrait
9 unidentified group portraits
2 unidentified women portraits
7 unidentified men portraits
local photographers' works represented include 
John Sigmund, Moline
Mangold, Moline
O. Hakelier, Rock Island
 
Folder 11 1990-104 (3 of 3)
Letter on Local Union No. 79 of International Brotherhood of Blacksmiths and Helpers (AFL0 to Mr. M. A. Harding, Secretary Local #461 from Secretary J. J. Kennedy of Local #79, April 27, 1914, re: book and transfer card of George Franklin
Photocopy of envelope for previous letter, postmark Bloomington, IL (Local #79), addressed to Harding in Silvis, IL
Letter (2 pages) dated January 25, 1916, written in Armington, IL, addressed to George Franklin
Envelope for previous (in 2 pieces)
Christmas card
Envelope for previous? addressed to Mrs. Harry Morton, Rock Island, canceled Dec 23, 1929
Birth announcement card for Violet Mae, born Dec. 14, 1927, to Mr. & Mrs. Carl M. Boyd
Envelope to previous? addressed to Mrs. Bell Morton, Dec. 15, 1927
Envelope addressed to Mrs. Harry Morton, postmarked Dec. 21, 1928, with slip of paper in it with St. Augustine, Florida address on it
Christmas card from Manufacturers Trust and Savings Bank, Rock Island, with envelope to Mrs. Belle Morton, postmarked Dec. 19, 1928
Christmas card from May Adams, 1929?
Envelope for previous? to Mrs. Bell Morton, Dec. 23, 1929
Invitation for 50th Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Vernon for Sept. 20, 1929, in Sand Conlee, Montana, to Aunt Belle and Lucy (Morton) and envelope
Easter card to “Aunty” from Peggie and Ellis and envelope postmarked Peoria, IL, April 14, 1930
Wedding invitation for Myrtle Cameron and Edward Clinton Beale, for Wednesday July 1, 1908 at 8 pm; her parents Mr. & Mrs. William E. Cameron, with inside envelope and mailing envelope to Mr. & Mrs. Harry Morton
Christmas card from “The Camerons”
Envelope to Mrs. Belle Morton for previous?
Coupon - “Save Your Bengston Coupons”, c. 1924
Envelope to Mr. H. M. Snow, LaSalle, IL
Program for Commencement Week Schedule May 29-June 4, 1904
Card for Miss Ethel Cameron found inside previous
Plain envelope for previous?
Envelop addressed to Mrs. Belle Morton, Stockett, Cascade Co., Montana, postmarked May 28, 1904 in Rock Island (for Commencement Schedule?)
Christmas card
Piece of paper with green, red, black and gold design (lining for envelope-next)
Envelope addressed to Mrs. Morton, postmarked Dec. 21, 1929, for previous card?
Card to “Aunt on Mother’s Day” from Peg & Ellis
Christmas card from Margaret, Edward & Baby
Envelope to Mrs. H. Morton, postmarked Peoria, May 9, 1929, may be for previous Mother’s Day card
Envelope to Mrs. Bell Morton, postmarked May 29, 1929
Christmas card from Earl, Charlotte & Violet Mae
Envelope for previous? To Belle Morton, postmarked Saint Augustine, Fla., Dec. 19, 1929
Envelope to Mrs. Morton postmarked Dec. 22, 1928 in Rock Island
Envelope to Mrs. Bell Morton, postmarked Peoria, Dec. 20, 1929
 
Folder 12 1990-105 – designated for usable collection; removed and proposed for deaccessioning 2013.4.23
Postcard of Mont St. Michel
Photographic card of “Yeovil Lion/Property of Carl Haggenjos[?]/Galesburg, IL”, bull dog in stance of a lion
Photograph of black bull dog
Photograph of bull dog “Taysand”, white with black eye
Photographs of “Champion Alta Bruce” dog
2 photograph of bull dogs
 
Folder 13 1990-105 Stereograph cards - designated for usable collection; removed and proposed for deaccessioning 2013.4.23
Published by Underwood and Underwood
Great Wall of China
Col. Gross and staff, 3rd Mo. Vol., Camp Alger, VA, 1898
Westminster Abbey 1896?
Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, CA, 1894
Lovers’ Walk, Government Grounds, Ottawa, Canada, colored card
The Wrecked Remnant of the once-proud Battleship “Maine”, Havana Harbor, Cuba, 1899
Yosemite from Glacier Point, 1894
Samaria, Palestine, 1900
The Yumuri River from the Yumuri Bridge, Cuba, 1890
Published by Graves and Greenwood
McKinley and his Cabinet
Olympia (ship)
Blarney Castle, Ireland
Niagra Falls
Published by B. W. Kilburn
The Marvelous Gorge, Mt Sinai, Palestine
Twin Rocks, Columbia River, 1896
 
Folder 14 1990-114
1990.114.1a-b Lee County Savings Bank Liberty Bond, 1918 with envelope, for Mrs. John H. Nuebel, Fort Madison, IA
 
Folder 15 1990-117, 1990-13
1990.117.2 Card “Welcome to the 19th All-American Soap Box Derby” Derby Downs, Aug. 12, 1956
1990.117.1 1956 Souvenir Program from 19th All American Soap Box Derby
1990-13 Quint Cities' Soap Box Derby Schedule, July 21, 1956 sponsored by YMCA, Lujack-Schierbrock Chevrolet and Davenport Newspapers Inc.
1990-13 Weight tag - Soap Box Derby 1956 contest for Richard W. Moffitt
1990-13 Official Rules for 1956 Soap Box Derby contest
 
Folder 16 1991-27
Scott County, Iowa plat book, 1950, published by Faye’s Map Service, Davenport, Iowa, with brown paper envelope
 
Folder 17 1991-72 donor - Dorothy R. Monahan
Card “Dear Friend . . .” anti-Goldwater
Reprint of letter which appeared in FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, April 1961, from J. Edgar Hoover, anti-Communist address to “All Law Enforcement Officials”
Constitution of the Quad Cities Council on Human Rights and By Laws, revised 2/28/1973, (3 pages)
 
Items related to Rock Island County Mental Health Society
Constitution of the Rock Island County Mental Health Society and By Laws (3 pages)
Constitution of the Rock Island County Mental Health Society and By Laws
Beard Meeting minutes - 1973:  April 12, June 8, Sept. 14, Oct. 12; 1974: March 8, April 26, June 14, Aug. 9, Sept. 4
Annual Meeting Minutes - May 11, 1973, May 17, 1974
Financial reports - Dec. 1973 year end;  1974:  April and May, July, Aug. & Sept.; Jan. 1973 through May 1974
Letter to donor from US Senator Charles H. Percy, dated Aug. 3, 1973, re: Community Mental Health Centers Extension Act of 1973
Letter from Ohma Willette Anderson, Exec. Dir. “How Can We Stop Child Abuse?” Nov. 7, 1973, membership recruitment letter
Letter to donor from Vic Pearson, President of Rock Island County Mental Health Society, March 20, 1974, “Thanks for sharing offices”
Letter to donor from Mary Jane McCorkle, Exec. Dir. of Rock Island County Mental Health Society, film “Journey” announcement
To Board members from Mary Jane McCorkle, June 4, 1974, meeting announcement
To Board Members from Vic Pearson, Special meeting announcement, Sept. 13, 1974
Lecture announcement for Sept. 29, 1974, lecture by Dr. Jack Weinburg on Elderly Mental Health
Board meeting announcement, Jan. 21, 1975, from Vic Pearson
meeting announcement for Rock Island and Scott County Mental Health Association, Feb. 27, Vic Pearson and Jerome Spero
“Bellringer” PR event announcement, May 4, 1975 from Vic Pearson and Jerome Spero
To Board Members from Mary Jane McCorkle, Nov. 12, 1975, meeting announcement
Meeting agenda, n. d.
Press release for “This Child is Rated X” film showing Thurs, May 16, ?
Letter thanking for membership renewal
Letter with revisions - thanking for contribution, signed John E. Breck, Chairman Activity Recreation
Program (donor, program director)
draft of previous
Newsletter Mental Health Society News June 1973, Fall 1973, 1977
Invitation and reply card for Annual Meeting, May 17, 1974
Brochure for Rock Island County Mental Health Society and Scott County Association for Mental Health
Bi-County Associations for Mental Health Second Combined Annual meeting, March 2, 1976 program
Folder labeled RICMHS
 
Folder 18 1991-89
1991.89.1 “Losing Freedom by Installments” An address by Ronald Reagan for the Annual Fellowship Dinner of the Chamber of Commerce, Davenport, IA, 1961, reprinted by F/O/R/E, Davenport, IA “Freedom, Opportunity, Responsibility, Enlightenment
 
Folder 19 1991-115
1991.115.1 “Yuletide Carols” booklet Municipal Christmas Tree, Washington Square, Dec. 24, 1914, Auspices of Davenport Lend-A-Hand Club
 
Folder 20
Postcard of Mercy Hospital, Davenport
 
Folder 21 1990-16 - all items c. 1990
Scott County Park brochure
Walnut Grove Pioneer Village brochure
Scott County Recreation Areas brochure, published by Scott County Conservation Board
West Lake Park brochure
Davenport Dodgers Youth Baseball 1990 Program Yearbook, Vol. 5, No. 1
The 1990 Iowa Games Entry Form and Participant Handbook, Iowa Games, Annual Sports Festival, Aug. 305, 1990, Iowa State University, Ames
Davenport Park and Recreation Department Summer 1990 schedule of activities
2 copies of Free admission tickets for Quad City Angels baseball game, July 15, 1990, sponsored by J. C. Penney
 
Folder 22 1990-16 - all items c. 1990
2 copies of Deutsche Days, Davenport brochure, Aug. 17 & 18, 1990
Race entry for 8th annual Fargo Fest, Aug. 12, 1990, women’s run/walk, sponsored by Wells Fargo Lounge, Cornbelt Running Club and other businesses
Bix Art Fest flyer
Great River Ramble brochure, June 19-July 8, 1990
Festival of Trees, Nov. 17-25, 1990 brochure
2 coupons to Coca Cola day at Kaaba Shrine Jubliee [sic], June 6, “unlimited rides” (circus)
Quad City Air Show brochure, 1990
1990 Mississippi Valley Blues Festival
Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival ‘90 flyer
 
 
Folder 23 1990-16 - all items c. 1990
Business card for Joe Taylor, Quad City Convention and Visitors Bureau
Card “Riverboat Gambling Docks in 1991/Quad Cities USA”
Hy-Vee’s Program to Help Preserve Our Environment flyer
Ridgecrest Village brochure
PO 778 Hogan Video Movie sale flyer, March 1990?
President Riverboat Casino brochure “Come Play on the Mississippi”
Business card for Mary Jo Graettinger, at the President Riverboat
President Riverboat Casino information request card
Northwest Bank Towers rental flyer
Franchise Opportunity Expo flyer sponsored by the US Small Businesses Administration
Card and flyer for “Talk Radio” performance at Marycrest College in association with Samuel French, Inc (Dino Hayz - cast member)
GD 423 Invitation and reply card to KWQC-TV6 40th anniversary dinner, benefit for Quad City Development Group, March 25, 1990
Quad City Times building dedication May 6, 1990, invitation
Postcard ad for the Gentry Shop sale, July 9
2 copies of score card for Hidden Hills Golf course
Mel Foster Real Estate Management Co. brochure
IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union depositor envelope
GD 425 John Deere catalog for Home Lawn & Garden, Spring 1990
 
Folder 24 1990-16 c. 1990
Camp Abe Lincoln brochure (YMCA)
HB 76 Quad City Youth Symphony Orchestra Winter concert program, March 11, 1990
HB 75 Tour North Scott brochure, June 3, 1990, (bike ride)
GD 424 Gold Book magazine, March 1990, 5th Anniversary issue
Rock Island Arsenal FY 1998 Annual Report
HB 74 Door hanger ad for program series by Dr. Luis Palau
Genesius Guild program, “The Orestera” part 1
Genesius Guild program, “Henry V” by Shakespeare
St. Patrick Society of the Quad Cities brochure and flyer with officers and founders
Junior Service League program, April 21, 1990,
Izaak Walton League local chapter Bazaar and luncheon flyer, May 7th
The Ducks Unlimited Story brochure
Card for contribution to Ducks Unlimited
Ducks Unlimited background info sheet
Ducks Unlimited: A Wise Investment flyer (membership)
“Your Role in Ducks Unlimited’s Future” flyer
“Ecology, The Environment and Ducks Unlimited” flyer
Hawkeye Fly Fishing Association 1990-91 meeting and event schedule
United Neighbors Inc. HOPE (Health Operations to Protect Our Environment) flyer, for Earth Day
United Neighbors Inc. newsletter, March 1990
“I Love a Clean Davenport” bumper sticker
Composting in Scott County brochure
“Shredded paper for Animal Bedding fact sheet” from Scott County Recycling Advisory Committee
The Rainforest Marketing Project, Sept. 1988, produced by Cultural Survival
Watchtower Report, Citizens to Protect Black Hawk Park Foundation newsletter, April, 1990
“Where You Can Go to Recycle” flyer
Child’s activity sheet related to environmental awareness
“The Economics of Disposable Diapers:  A Costly Alternative” flyer
Card for Vegetarian Cooking School at Seventh Day Adventist Church in Moline
“Politics & Ecology” The Left Green Network” brochure
Program for Quad Cities Earth Day, 1990
Eagle’s Environmentally Friendly Efforts flyer
CARE (Consumer Action to Restore the Environment) brochure
“Take Pride in the Mississippi” Program Guide from US Fish and Wildlife Service
“Missi” story sheet from Take Pride in the Mississippi program 
Earth Day Test Your Environmental I.Q. sheet produced by Audubon Society
How to Plant Seedlings flyer, Cooperative Extension Service, courtesy of KWQC-TV6
How to Recycle Guide for Bettendorf
Race for the Cure entry form, June 10, 1990
Help Options for Wildlife (HOW) brochure
HOW’s Earth Day Message
 
Folder 25 1990-16
Envelope addressed to “Costello for Supervisor”
Card “Yes, Count on me to help re-elect/Don Costello/Scott County Supervisor”
Envelope addressed to Michael J. Smith from Don E. Costello
Letter from Don Costello Campaign to Republican voters
Postcard to Republicans from the Costello for Supervisor Committee
Flyer “Support Forrest Kilmer”, County Supervisor
Brochure for Forrest Kilmer, Republican Candidate for Scott County Board of Supervisors
Letter to Scott County Republicans from The Kilmer for Supervisor Campaign Committee, May 1990
Envelope to Michael J. Smith from Kilmer for Supervisor
Brochure “Elect Mona Martin Scott County Board of Supervisor”
Letter to “Friends” from Otto Ewoldt for State Representative Campaign Committee
Envelope for pervious, addressed to Michael J. Smith
 
The following item was removed to oversized storage in Box of Misc. Posters:
The American Girls Collection catalog, Summer 1990, from Pleasant Company
 
Folder 26 1987-32
Photocopy of History of 194th Field Artillery Battalion, US Army by Peter T. Scott from historical data and photographs gathered by Major Gordon B. Patton, Executive Officer, printed by F. Bruckmann KG, Munich, Germany (World War II)
 
Folder 27 1991-130
1991.130.1 Program from premiere of “Bix: An Interpretation of a Legend” film directed by Pupi Avati
1991.130.2 Invitation to premiere
1991.130.3 Envelope from Ticketmaster with ads for Iowa Lottery and 97X radio station
1991.130.4 Ticket stub from Bix film premiere
 
Folder 28 1991-132
1991.132.1 Advertising item for Paul Johnston Optical Co./Manufacturing Opticians/Davenport, IA (ad on wood)
 
Folder 29 1990-19
1990.19.3a German National Cookery for American Kitchens by Henriette Davidis.  Milwaukee, Wis.:  C. N. Caspar Co. Book Emporium, 1904.  Belonged to Mrs. Edward (Frieda) Plath.
 
Folder 30 1990-19
1990.19.3b Business card from Register Life Insurance Co., William (Bill) Sanford, agent.  On verso, recipe for Schaum Torte
1990.19.3c “Facts Worth Knowing” about baking powders
 
Folder 31 1991-217
1991.217.10a-e 5 copies of business card from Burt’s Cheese Chalet, Davenport, J. Burton Gibney, owner, c. 1978-85
1991.217.11 Blank note pad with ads for Burt’s Cheese Chalet, “A complete variety of Wisconsin cheese” and sausages on cover
1991.217.12a-e Flyer with list of types of cheese and meats available from Burt’s Cheese Chalet (5 copies)
 
Folder 32 1991-243
1991.243.2a-b 2 copies for folder and materials from Modern Woodmen of America including
1991.243.2a.5 Speech by W. B. (Bill) Foster, President of Modern Woodmen of American, 110th Anniversary Kickoff Celebration at Putnam Museum, Dec. 4, 1991 (5 pages)
1991.243.2a.4 History of Modern Woodmen of America (3 pages)
1991.243.2a.3 “110 Years Old and still going strong” (2 pages)
1991.243.2a.2 Society’s anniversary logo claims historic symbolism
1991.243.2a.2 Slick with 4 copies of logo
1991.243.2a.6 Brochure “The Benefits of Belonging"
1991.243.2a.7 same as pervious
1991.243.2a.8 News release “Modern Woodmen makes community commitments during 110th Anniversary” (3 pages)
1991.243.2a.9 MWA sponsors an out-of-this-world exhibit (Exploring the Planet at the Putnam)
1991.243.2a.10 QC will gain endangered peregrines during Woodmen anniversary year
1991.243.2a.11 Woodmen embarks on sixth year of eagle education sponsorship (2 pages)
1991.243.2a.12 Kids fight fear with Modern Woodmen cure
1991.243.2a.13 MWA commits to area high schools
1991.243.2a.14 MWA employees commit to the community
1991.243.2a.15 Modern Woodmen members enhance communities during 110th year
1991.243.2a.16 MWA employees motivate field force
 
Folder 33 1992-12
1992.12.2a Protector Kid Kit envelope
1992.12.2b.1 “A Complete Fingerprint, Identification and Family Information Guide for the Protection of Your Child” booklet
1992.12.2b.3 Personal Identification chart
1992.12.2b.4 Practice sheet and instructions for fingerprinting
1992.12.2b.2 Inkless fingerprint pad
 
Folder 34 1992-52
1992.52.1 Sheet music “I Miss You Honey” by Walter C. Steely, organist, Capitol Theatre, Davenport, Blank and Loveridge Publishers, 1922
 
Folder 35 1992-82 Bear Manufacturing Co. #1 of 4 (MacMillan donation)
2 Bear Mfg. stickers
Birthday card from company to “Mac” (donor?), 1957
Doris and Victor Day Foundation, Inc. brochure, 1987 (5 copies)
“A tribute to Vic and Doris” luncheon and reception program, March 11, 1975
Invitation and envelope to previous event - Victor Day’s retirement and tribute to Doris
“Bear On-a-car balancer introduced, June 1954, newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Will Dammann, 73, Founder of Bear Mfg. Co., Succumbs” 1953 newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“County Traffic Toll Hits 39 for All-Times Record” December 24, 1962 newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Daughter Willed $330,000 Estate of Mrs. Dammann” May 9, 1965 Rock Island Argus newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Bear, UAW Will Begin Negotiations” Oct. 16?, 1965 newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Will Dammann Estate Value is $365,000” October 20, 1953 Rock Island Argus newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Bear Manufacturing Plans $750,000 Plant Expansion” May 12, 1965, Rock Island Argus from page newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
“Foundation Gets Gift:  $10 million” February 17, 1987 Rock Island Argus newspaper clipping (original and photocopy)
Thank you card for condolences from Mr. and Mrs. Victor Day on death of Mrs. Dammann, April 26, 1963 postmark addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Char MacMillan
Letter (photocopy) to Mr. C. W. MacMillan from John S. Cowan, Vice-President of Southwest Engine Co., Inc., Albuquerque, NB, dated February 20, 1967
Group photo of “Uchtorff Party” Nov. 1951 at the Outing Club, Davenport, IA
By-Laws of the Bear Front Line Club, organized July 30, 1953 (for company executives, 3 pages)
 
Folder 36 1992-82 Bear Manufacturing Co. #2 of 4
Employee newsletter The Bearometer,:
c. April 6, 1963 “Mrs. Will Dammann Passes Away”
October-November, 1955, includes employee news, new employees, classifieds, congratulations, sympathies and photographs of employees
December 1956, Vol. 9, No. 1, photos of employees by division
December 1957, Vol. 10, No. 1, photos of employees by division
December 1958, Vol. 11, No. 1, photos of employees by division
December 1962, Vol. 15, No. 1, photos of employees by division
December 1963, Vol. 16, No. 1, photos of employees by division
Summer 1965, news items, plant expansion
Autumn 1965, news, plant expansion
Winter 1965, photos of employees
Holiday Issue, 1969
The Bear Line-up newsletter for customers/alignment operators
July-August 1956
December-January 1963-64
Holiday 1965
March-April 1968
May-June 1968
Bear Wheel Alignment Manual Section I-RM booklet
Doc Kwote management newsletter
April 12, 1963 Vol. XXVI, No. 3 Mrs. Dammann bio/death
Dec. 20, 1965 Vol. XXVIII, No. 12
 
Folder 37 1992-82 Bear Manufacturing Co. #3 of 4
Units of Weight and Measure Definitions and Tables of Equivalents, US Dept. of Commerce Miscellaneous Publications 233
Order blank for previous, Oct. 14, 1963
Thank you flyer for previous
1967 Complete Line Catalog - Wheel Alignment, Balancing, Body-Frame, Brake Repair, Safety Inspection Equipment and Complete Diagnostic Lanes
Operating and Installation Instruction Twin Axle Drive Chassis Dynamometer Models 1172, 1173, Oct. 1, 1968
A Guide to Passenger Car Horsepower Chassis Dynamometer Output, Based on Averages at 2500 RPM engine speed, 9-10-1968 (26 pages)
 
Folder 38 1992-82 Bear Manufacturing Co. #4 of 4
Collapsed box - may be for business cards
C. W. MacMillan, Chief Engineer business card (4 copies)
C. W. MacMillan business cards - shape of Bear logo (23 copies)
slide rule for converting US standard weights and measures to metric, promotional item from Fruehauf Corp. (transport company)
 
The following items from this collection were removed to oversized storage in Box of Misc. Posters:
Bear 1966 Product Magazine
Advertisement page for Bear Telaliner (wheel alignment diagnostic machine) appeared in Saturday Evening Post, n.d.
The Bear Line-up newsletter, 1956
 
Folder 39 1993-10
1993.10.10d.2 Instruction manual for Electrocardiograph EK/5 from the Burdick Corporation, Milton Wisconsin
Burdick ECG Lectro-pads brochure (found in previous)
Business reply “envelope” for ordering ECG supplies (found in first item)
Burdick Electrode paste brochure (found in first item)
Electrocardiograph Installation Technic manual, August 1971 (found in first item)
EK/5 Electrocardiograph Technic card (found in first item)
Envelope for previous items
Operating Instructions for Interference locator Burdick Model No. 007205
Folder for Burdick Electrocardiograph paper
1993.10.10g.1 Cardizen (diltaazem HCI) ECG Ruler manf. by Marion Laboratories, Inc. Pharmaceutical Division
1993.10.10g.2 The Cardizen ECG Ruler manual
 
Folder 40
1993.10.27a-d Heritage National Healthplan Fee Schedule for provider 1307 (4 pages)
 
Folder 41 1993-12 (Zither and toy in collection)
1993.12.14c New and Complete Instruction Book for the Zither by A. Darr, revised and translated from the German by Charles Devide, 1888, published by Carl Fischer, New York, printed in English and German
1993.12.14d.1 Envelope addressed to Fremont Music Co. Indianapolis, IN (stamp)
1993.12.14d.2 Order form for Franz Schwarzer Zither Co., Washington, MO (for zither strings)
1993.12.14e.1 Envelope for Franz Schwarzer Manf. of Musical Instruments and Strings, Washington, MO, addressed to Wilbert W. Meyer, RFD #5, Davenport, Iowa
1993.12.13 Advertising card or box top for Schoenhut’s Humpty-Dumpty Circus “The Toy Wonder” unbreakable jointed figures 
(1993.12.14e.2 listed on folder but not found)
 
Folder 42 1993-22
1993.22.1 Calendar card for October 1938 with advertisement for American Institute of Commerce, Brady at 7th, Davenport
1993.22.2 Daily Dime Saver, First Trust and Savings Bank, Davenport (3rd and Brady)
 
Folder 43 1993-25
Quarantine cards “This card must not be removed except by order of the Township Board of Health” - printed by State of Illinois 
1993.25.1 Whooping Cough
1993.25.2 Scarlet Fever
1993.25.3 Diphtheria
 
Folder 44 1993-28
1993.28.1 Sheet music “Facing Mooseheart at 9 p.m.” Lyric and Music by Ernst Otto, Characteristic march for the pianoforte with vocal chorus, published by Ernst Otto, Hickey Bldg. Davenport, 1927.  “Respectfully dedicated to Fred W. Zabel, Dictator, Davenport Moose Lodge No. 28”
 
Folder 45 1993-32
1993.32.34 Advertising card for booklet “Electric Sewing Efficiency” for Western Electric Co. portable sewing machine
 
Folder 46 1993-41
1993.41.15g Instruction and recipe book for Sunbeam Deluxe Automatic Mixmaster Mixer, copyright 1968
 
Folder 47 1993-51
1993.51.376 Golden passbook for Davenport Bank and Trust Co., Davenport
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts—Center & Galleries (1990-17)
Aviation—Misc. (1990-16)
Boats & Boating—Recreational & Pleasure (1990-16)
Business & Industry—Advertisements (1990-104, 1991-132, 1993-32)
Business & Industry—Automobiles (1992-82)
Business & Industry—Banking (1990-104, 1990-114, 1990-16, 1993-22, 1993-51)
Business & Industry—Blacksmith (1990-104)
Business & Industry—Brewing & Bottling (1990-16)
Business & Industry—Candy (1990-104)
Business & Industry—Dairy (1991-217)
Business & Industry—Dry Goods (1990-16)
Business & Industry—Employees (1992-82)
Business & Industry—Farm Implements (1990-16)
Business & Industry—Grocery (1990-16)
Business & Industry—Insurance (1990-19, 1991-243)
Business & Industry—Misc. (1990-160, 1991-132)
Business & Industry—Photography (1990-104)
Business & Industry—Public Utilities (1990-104)
Business & Industry—Real Estate & Surveying (1990-16)
Churches & Religion—Methodist—Misc.  (1990-104)
Churches & Religion—Seventh Day Adventist—Misc.  (1990-16)
Communications—Radio (1991-130)
Communications—Television (1990-16)
Entertainment & Amusement—Circus & Sideshow (1990-16)
Entertainment & Amusement—Halls & Opera Houses (1990-75)
Entertainment & Amusement—Motion Pictures (1990-16, 1991-130)
Entertainment & Amusement—Theatre (1990-17, 1990-67, 1990-16, 1992-52)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Black Americans (1990-17)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Germans (1990-25, 1990-19)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Hispanic (1990-17)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Misc. (1990-17, 1990-16)
Farms & Farming—Buildings & Barnyards—Pre-1920 (1990-104)
Historic Sites & Museums—Putnam Museum (1991-243)
Holidays & Celebrations—Christmas (1990-104, 1991-115, 1992-82)
Holidays & Celebrations—Festivals—Bix (1990-17, 1990-16)
Holidays & Celebrations—Festivals—Blues (1990-16)
Holidays & Celebrations—Misc. (1990-16, 1991-243)
Hospitals—Mercy (Folder 20, no acc. #)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant & Tavern—Tavern (1990-16)
Houses & Households—Domestic Chores (1990-17, 1990-19, 1993-32, 1993-41)
Houses & Households—Furnishings (1993-32)
Houses & Households—Gardens (1990-16)
Houses & Households—Misc. (1990-17)
Law & Law Enforcement—Misc. (1991-72)
Law & Law Enforcement—Police (1991-72)
Libraries—Public (1990-17)
Medicine—Misc. (1993-10, 1993-25, 1993-25)
Military & War—Rock Island Arsenal (1990-17, 1990-16)
Military & War—World War II—Equipment (1987-32)
Military & War—World War II—Portraits, Group (1987-32)
Music—Instruments (1993-12)
Music—Misc. (1990-35, 1992-52)
Music—Orchestras—Misc. (1990-16)
Music—Orchestras—Quad City Symphony (1990-20)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Newspapers—Misc. (1990-16)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Newspapers—Quad City Times (1990-16)
Organizations & Clubs—Chamber of Commerce (1990-17, 1991-89)
Organizations & Clubs—Labor (1990-104)
Organizations & Clubs—Lend-A-Hand (1991-115)
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (1990-17, 1990-90, 1991-17, 1991-72, 1991-89, 1990-16, 1993-28)
Organizations & Clubs—Shrine (1990-16)
Organizations & Clubs—YMCA/YWCA (1990-16)
Parks & Park Recreation—Blackhawk Watch Tower (1990-16)
Parks & Park Recreation—Misc. (1990-16)
Parks & Park Recreation—Washington Square (1991-115)
Pioneer Life & Immigrants (1990-16)
Politics (1990-17, 1990-16, 1991-72)
Postal Service—Misc. (1990-89)
Recreation—Camping & “Outings” (1990-17, 1990-16)
Recreation—Children’s Activities (1990-16, 1990-17, 1993-12)
Recreation—Gambling (1990-16)
Schools & Education—Business (1993-22)
Schools & Education—College—Teikyo Marycrest (1990-67)
Schools & Education—Misc. (1990-16)
Schools & Education—Secondary—Rock Island (1990-104)
Social Life & Customs—Birth (1990-104)
Social Life & Customs—Dance (1990-75)
Social Life & Customs—Disabled Persons (1990-17)
Social Life & Customs—Family activities (1990-17, 1990-16)
Social Life & Customs—Friendship (1990-104)
Social Life & Customs—Funerals (1992-82)
Social Life & Customs—Old Age & Retirement (1990-16)
Social Life & Customs—Pets (1990-105, 1990-16)
Social Life & Customs—Weddings (1990-104)
Social Protest—War (1990-17)
Social Services—Child Welfare (1992-12)
Social Services—Misc. (1990-17, 1990-104, 1993-25)
Sports—Baseball (1990-16)
Sports—Cycling (1990-16)
Sports—Golf (1990-16)
Sports—Hunting & Fishing (1990-16)
Sports—Misc. (1990-16)
Sports—Soap Box Derby (1990-117, 1990-13)
Travel (1990-105)
Counties—Rock Island (1993-25)
Counties—Scott (1991-27, 1990-16)
National—Misc. (1990-17)
 
 
People
 
Anderson, Ohma Willette (1991-72)
Asmus, Johan (1990-25)
Avati, Pupi (1991-130)
Boyd, Mr. & Mrs. Carl (1990-104)
Boyd, Violet Mae (1990-104)
Breck, John E. (1991-72)
Cameron, Ethel (1990-104)
Cameron, Myrtle (1990-104)
Cameron, Mr. & Mrs. William (1990-104)
Clark, Paul F. (1990-35)
Costello, Don E. (1990-16)
Dammann, Will (1992-82)
Dammann, Mrs. Will (1992-82)
Day, Doris (1992-82)
Day, Victor (1992-82)
Ewoldt, Otto (1990-16)
Faeber, A. J. (1990-89)
Fletcher, Cecil (1990-35)
Foster, William (1991-243)
Franklin, George (1990-104)
Gibney, J. Burton (1991-217)
Graettinger, Mary Jo (1990-16)
Grant, Mrs. E. (1990-89)
Harding, M. A. (1990-104)
Kilmer, Forrest (1990-16)
Leach, Jim (1990-17)
MacMillan, C. W. (Char) (1992-82)
Martin, Mona (1990-16)
McCorkle, Mary Jane (1991-72)
Moffit, Richard W. (1990-13)
Monahan, Dorothy R. (1991-72)
Morton, Belle (Mrs. Henry?) (1990-104)
Morton, Lucy (1990-104)
Morton, Henry (1990-104)
Morton, Nelly (1990-104)
Nuebel, Mrs. John H. (1990-114)
Otto, Ernst (1993-28)
Parry, Rev. J. E. (1990-104)
Pearson, Vic (1991-72)
Plath, Mrs. Edward (Frieda) (1990-19)
Reagan, Ronald (1991-89)
Sanford, William (1991-19)
Smith, Michael J. (1990-16)
Spero, Jerome (1991-72)
Speth, Emil (1990-75)
Stalker, Mrs. Lucy Vernon (1990-104)
Steely, Walter C. (1992-52)
Tanner, Joe (1990-35)
Taylor, Joe (1990-16)
Tillinghast, B. F. (1990-89)
Thuenen, Henry, Jr. (1990-89)
Zabel, Fred W. (1993-28)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collections Box 2 
Folder 1 1989-102
1989.102.8 Memorandum from U. S. Navy Censor Approval for sending native Guam items to US by Hollis J. Mordhorst, 1945 (see collection of Guam items)
 
Folder 2
no # “New Ideas for the Table”, Philadelphia Cooking School Cookbook, 1897
no # “Uses of Sour Milk” pamphlet of recipes from Iowa State College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts, Home Economics Circular No. 15, 1917-18, “Alwine Pohlmann” handwritten at top of front page
 
Folder 3 1990-22
1990.22.1i The Stereo Realist Camera model ST41 Instruction manual, manf. by David White Co., Milwaukee, (stereoscopic camera), c. 1950
1990.22.1j handwritten note concerning winding the camera in 1I
1990.22.1k David White Sales Co. Stereo—REALIST price list, Feb. 1, 1853
1990.22.3c Instructions for using the Realist Film Identifier ST523
1990.22.4j Triad Stereo Projector specification sheet, Compco Corp., Chicago
1990.22.4k Warranty for TDC Vivid Projector, Three Dimensions, Co., Chicago
1990.22.4l Triad Stereo Projector instruction manual
1990.22.5j Instructions for Heiland Synchro Mite/Synchro-mite Reflex/Twin Synchro-Mite and accessories (camera flash unit)
1990.22.6c Instruction for using flash mechanism of Realistic camera
1990.22.7c Leitz Bindomat instruction for mounting color transparencies
1990.22.7d Handwritten and drawn instructions for making stereo slides
1990.22.9c The Stereo Realist Viewer instructions
 
Folder 4 1990-60
1990.60.3 Steamboat Casino River Cruises 1991 Schedule brochure
1990.60.4 Steamboat Casino River Cruises On the Mississippi brochure, 1991 (Bettendorf boat)
 
Folder 5 1990-77
1990.77.2p Louis Marx & Co. Inc. Electric Train set instruction sheet
 
Folder 6 1990-77
1990.77.3m.1 American Flyer Train instruction manual, 1952 (3/16” scale trains and accessories)
1990.77.3n No. 1 ½-45 watt transformer instruction sheet
1990.77.3o American Flyer Authorized Service stations flyer
1990.77.3p Envelope with instructions for attaching & operating locomotives with Choo-Choo unit
1990.77.3e.2 Envelope with instructions for No. 704 manual uncoupler
1990.77.3e.e Inspectors voucher
1990.77.3f.2 Envelope with instructions for attaching 3/16 scale track terminal No. 690
 
Folder 7 1990-81 John F. Kennedy political memorabilia
1990.81.44a-b A.P.I.C. (American Political Items Collectors) Keynoter newsletter, Winter 1963, article on John F. Kennedy assassination (MP 2984a-b)
1990.81.43a General Electric Daily Reporter Appliance Control Department employees newsletter, Vol. 9, No. 220, Morrison, IL, Nov. 25, 1863 (MP 2983a)
1990.81.43b Daily Reporter Nov. 26, 1963, Vol. 9, No. 221 (MP 2983b)
1990.81.40 Reprinted article from the New Republic, May 4, 1986, “Why I am for Kennedy” by Arthur Schlesinger Jr. (MP 2980)
1990.81.82 “The Young Man from Boston” booklet pictorial album from John F. Kennedy TV special, “Compliments of your Plymouth Dealer” (MP 3002)
1990.81.81 Booklet “Meet the Press” NBC show, Vol. 11, No. 7, Feb. 12, 1967, guest William Manchester, author of The Death of a President”, John F. Kennedy assassination (MP 3021)
1990.81.80 “New Frontiers:  New Leadership for a New Decade” publication by Rock Island County Democratic Central Committee, including local advertisers and candidates for 1960 (MP 3020)
1990.81.79 “Citizens for Kennedy and Johnson” campaign manual, 1960 )MP 3019)
1990.81.78 Flyer with John F. Kennedy radio and TV address to the nation, June 11, 1963, re: admission of black students to University of Alabama, published posthumously and distributed by Catholic Interracial Council, Davenport (MP 3018)
1990.81.52 “The Candidate’s Credo” John F. Kennedy, September 12, 1960, distributed by United Auto Workers Education & Citizenship Department (MP 2992)
1990.81.53 Brochure “A Time for Greatness/Senator John F. Kennedy for President” (MP2993)
1990.81.51 Brochure “A New Leader for the 60’s/Kennedy for President” (MP 2991)
1990.81.50 Brochure “First in leadership/First in responsibility/Kennedy-Johnson” (MP 2990)
1990.81.49 Brochure “A Time for moral leadership/Kennedy for President” (MP 2989)
1990.81.48 Brochure “A pledge to the working man . . . Leadership for the 60s/Kennedy for President” (MP 2988)
1990.81.47 Brochure “A look at the record from labor’s viewpoint” Kennedy/Nixon, 1960 (MP 2987)
1990.81.46 “Stop Kennedy/Why?” card (MP 2986)
1990.81.31 The Presidential Fact Finder Wheel/Dial and know your Presidents” Kennedy and Johnson pictured, 1963 (MP 2971)
1990.81.39 The John F. Kennedy Library Exhibit Booklet (MP 2979)
 
Folder 8 1990-83 Legalize Marijuana material
1990.83.1 “Thank you for Pot Smoking” American Cannabis Society bumper sticker, 1978
1990.83.4a “Marijuana & Justice” brochure by National Organizations for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (Norml), n.d.
1990.83.4b Iowa Hemp Tour Fall, 1990, Flyer for statewide demonstrations including one at Scott County Courthouse, Oct. 3, 1990
1990.83.4c Flyer for candidates Richard A. Bychowski for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture and Derrick P. Grimmer for State Treasurer by Iowa Grassroots Party, 1990
1990.83.4d Flyer “The Many Uses of Hemp” by Iowa Norml, n.d.
1990.83.4e Quad Cities Liberator flyer
1990.83.4f Zenger The Nation’s underground newspaper, Oct. 1990
 
Folder 9 Davenport store sales tickets related to hats in same donation from Mrs. Erwin F. Math
1990.91.7d Customers Claim check in Emme Boutique plastic bag
1990.91.11c Goodall’s, Davenport, receipt for white hat, 1966
1990.91.19c Petersen’s receipt for “Royal” hat, 1965
1990.91.22c Petersen-Harned-Von Maur receipt for red hat
1990.91.24c Von Maur price tag for “NW Cloche 58”
1990.91.25c M. L. Parker receipt for Selon hat
1990.91.26c Richter/Rhomberg receipt for Oleg Cassini hat, 1964
1990.91.31c.1-2 2 tags from Mr. John Jr.
 
Folder 10 1990-129
1990.129.7b Advent Helmet user instructions from E. D. Bullard Co. (hard hat)
1990.129.7c Warranty Registration card for 1990.129.7b
 
Folder 11 1990-11
MU 5088h 25 All Time favorite Dice games instruction booklet (1990.11.14h)
MU 5087e The Finger Pen Holder directions, patented 1887
 
Folder 12 1991-6, 1991-7, 1991-11, 1991-13 Union promos
1991.6.2a-b “I’m proud to be an operating engineer” International Union of Operating Engineers - 2 bumper stickers
1991.6.3a-b 2 round stickers - union logos for Operating Engineers (white with blue and red)
1991.6.4a-b 2 round stickers - union logos for Operating Engineers (gold with blue, red and white)
1991.7.1 “Support yourself/Buy American” Plumber and Pipefitters local 25, bumper sticker
1991.7.3 Sticker for Plumbers and steamfitters local 25
1991.11.2b.1-3 3 stickers United Union of Roofers, Waterproofers, and Allied Workers
1991.13.4 2 black and white stickers “Civil Constructors”
1991.7.2 round sticker "Tri-City Council Building Trades" around outside "We Support Organized Labor" in center
1991.6.5 1990 "Pocket Pal" calendar from International Union of Operating Engineers (logo, unused)
1991.6.6 Union of Operating Engineers Local No. 537, Rock Island, Heavy and Highway Construction Agreement and Building Construction Agreement effective, May 1, 1989  - April 20, 1992
1991.11.2a Roofers Working Agreement Local No. 32, United State Tile and Composition Roofers, Damp and Waterproof Workers Association, July 1964-May 31, 1967
1991.11.3-4 2 copies United union of Roofers, Waterproofers, and Allied Workers, "85 Years of Progress Helping to Build a Better America," national history booklet
 
Folder 13 1990-127 (removed from OS-CAB2-D12, 12/2000, EJS)
1990.127.20 Road sprinkler Fitters Local Union 669 sticker
1990.127.9 Sprinkler fitters local union 669 stickers (octagon shape), 1990
1990.127.10 Same as 1990.127.9
1990.127.8 Same as 1990.127.9
1990.127.19 “Sprinklers Save Lives” Local 669 bumper sticker
1990.127.18 Same as 1990.127.19
1990.127.17 “America works best when we say union yes” bumper sticker
1990.127.15 “Work Union/Live Better”, Local 669 bumper sticker
1990.127.13 “Be American/Buy American” Local 669 bumper sticker
1991.127.3 Sprinklers Fitters Local 669 patch
 
Folder 14 1991-24
1991.24.3b Headband Adjusting Instructions for Safety Hat by E. D. Bullard Co.
 
Folder 15 1991-33 Remington Electric Shaver manual
1991.33.2I Remington Lektro Blade Shaver instruction manual
1991.33.2j Warranty card inside instruction manual
1991.33.2k Receipt for shaver, 1970
 
Folder 15 1991-40 Blender and ice crusher manual
1991.40.3h Ostereizer Blender Spin Cookery Cookbook
1991.40.3i.1 Warranty and service information sheet
1991.40.3i.2 Warranty reply card (originally stapled to warranty information sheet, staple removed)
1991.40.2e Panasonic Ice Crusher MK-285 instruction manual and recipe book
1991.40.2f Panasonic Ice Crusher Servicenters [sic] brochure
 
Folder 17 1991-35, 1991-56, 1991-67, 1991-59, 1991-66, 1991-68, 1991-74
1991.35.2 Gulf War Primer, published by WQAD-TV8
1991.35.3 "Back the Badge" bumper sticker with Davenport Police Dept. badge
1991.56.4a-b 2 "Working together" stickers shaped like Iowa and Illinois from Illowa Construction Labor Management Council
1991.67.1a-c Correspondence sheets for people to send noted to Gulf War service personnel and get replies, printed and donated by Bawden Printing employees
1991.56.5 Larger version of 1991.56.4a-b with writing reversed
1991.59.12 Davenport, Rock Island and North Western Railway Co (Tri-City Route) Certificate of Examination card for operator for Leslie J. Dowell, first issued 1977, renewed until 1983
1991.59.13a Selective Service registration certificate card for Leslie Junior Dowell, registered Sept. 13, 1948
1991.59.13b Selective Service Notice of Classification, April 23, 1963, for Leslie Junior Dowell
1991.66.2 Sticker for Teamsters IB of TCW&H of A (International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America)
1991.68.1 "God Bless Our Troops in the Persian Gulf" bumper sticker, from Waterbed Creations, Iowa & Illinois
1991.74.1-2 2 bumper stickers "Support our Troops/Operation Desert Storm", red, white and blue with US flag, 
1991.74.3-4 2 bumper stickers "Desert Storm" camouflage
1991.74.5-6 2 yellow ribbons with blue lettering "We Support Our Troops"
 
Folder 18 1991-79 Kodak Instant Camera manual
1991.79.1c Kodamatic 970L Instant Camera instruction manual, 1982
1991.79.1b Kodamatic Instant Camera service manual
1991.79.1d Kodak Instant Camera Exchange info card, 1986
1991.79.1e Lawsuit notice about camera sheet
1991.79.1f Kodak Instant Camera Settlement letter
1991.79.1g-h Photocopy of sheet and envelope send in for camera exchange
1991.79.1I Front part of envelope in which 1991.79.1f arrived 
 
Folder 19 1991-88
1991.88.14a "Old Time Songs" book published by Strohber Piano Co., Chicago, c. 1912
1991.88.14b "Popular Songs" song sheet, lyrics only, n.d.
1991.88.14c Program for "Community Sing in co-operation with the Rosenfield Memorial Band concerts" in Longview Park, June 9, 1918, ad for Baxter Piano Co. on back
1991.88.14d Partial sheet  - program for "concert & vaudeville", Monday, Oct. 2, on front; lyrics to "Onward Christian Soldiers" on back
 
Folder 20 1990-111
1990.111.2b Quad City Times article "Rock Island:  City of Three Names," by Julie Jensen, with history and current use of structures, June 13, 1976, page 10D (clipping copied on acid free paper also enclosed)
 
Folder 21 1990-111
1990.111.3c.2 Newspaper clipping re: 1917 Rock Island High School 50th class reunion, June 10, 1967
1990.111.3b.2 Marie Theus' English class paper/poem, Dec.13, 1915
 
Folder 22 1991-118
1991.118.4 Quad City Visitor Guide, 1991
1991.118.5 Quad City Showcase Visitor and Newcomers Guide, June 1991
1991.118.6 "Company's Coming" Hospitality Training Program booklet produced by Quad Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau, Spring 1991
 
Folder 23 1991-150 Illinois Senior Olympics, 1991, sponsored by United Medical Center
1991.150.6 Poster for 1991 Senior Olympics
1991.150.7 Ticket for Senior Olympics Dinner Dance and Closing Ceremony, Aug. 10, 1991
1991.150.8 Note of appreciation from event coordinator Edie Sanders, notes this is first Quad Cities Senior Olympics
1991.150.9-11 3 copies of blank certificate of appreciation
 
Folder 24 1991-120
1991.120.2 Chewing Tobacco Pouch - paper unused?, "Plain Scrap", from Peter N. Jacobsen Tobacco Co., successors to Davenport Tobacco Co.
 
Folder 25 1991-164 Flex-o-graph Copy Machine Material
1991.164.2e1 Paper tag with supply numbers and prices from “John K. Gage/Box 246/Palatine, IL”
1991.164.2e2 Blank business reply card to John K. Gage “Flexograph” distributor
1991.164.2e3 Business reply envelope, same address as 1991.164.2e2
1991.164.2e4 Flexograph Supply Order card, with item numbers and prices
1991.164.2e5 Blank form, same as 1991.164.2e4
1991.164.2e6-7 Same as 1991.164.2e3
1991.164.2e8 Ad sheet for Berkshire Typewriter Paper from box of paper No. E16-3
1991.164.2e9 Flex-o-graph Supplies order blank
1991.164.2e10 Same as 1991.164.2e3
 
Folder 26 1991-170
1991.170.5 Quad City Angels Bumper Sticker (blue background, red and white letters, name and logo)
 
Folder 27 1991-196 Iowa retail license and tax material/Bay State Shoe Repair
1991.196.339 Retail Sales Tax permit for Bay State Shoe Repair, c. 1946
1991.196.340 Retail Sales Tax notice to Public
1991.196.341 Retail Sales Tax notice to Public, refers to 1937 law
1991.196.342 Retail Sales Tax notice to Public
 
Folder 28 1991-207
1991.207.1 Quint Cities Soap Box Derby program, July 20, 1957, sponsored by YMCA, Lujack-Schierbrock Chevrolet Co. and Davenport Newspaper Inc.
 
Folder 29 1991-222
1991.222.5f Electreat machine instruction manual, Electreat Mfg. Co., Peoria, IL (for Pain Relief, 1919)
1991.222.5g Electreat pictorial instructions
 
Folder 30 1991-226
1991.226.1 “Eagle Wings” Eagle Signal Co. employees newsletter, March 1975
 
Folder 31 1991-242
1991.242.3a Souvenir Book for Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 27-30, 1978, with ad for local businesses
1991.242.3b Band schedule for 1978 Bix Festival
 
Folder 32 1991-249 Mid American Exhibit material
Folder containing construction prints for display units built for Coffee Merchants by Shrad/Murphy Exhibits, Inc., 1987, and three employee applications
 
Folder 33 1991-249 Mid American Exhibit material cont.
Green folder with pockets labeled “Coffee Merch.”
Black binder with graphic panel prices list based on material, size and other specifications
 
Folder 34 1991-249 Mid American Exhibit material
Flyer for Yellow Freight System, Inc., Davenport
Booklet for Iowa-Illinois Express Ltd., Moline (yellow)
Brochure for Hyman Freightways Inc., Rock Island
Business card for Chuck Thieme, Sales Rep for Hyman Freightways Inc.
Brochure for Mayflower Transit, Davenport with business card for Sales Manager, Gill Gomez stapled to brochure, 1988
Folder for Iowa-Illinois Express Ltd., Moline (peach) containing:
Business card for Bill Bender
Receipt book
Ad sheet
7 sheets with towns and zip codes, local freight rates and rates by mileage
Folder from Coroplast company with Bi-State Packaging Inc. sticker containing
Flyer for Coroplast “Profiles in Resistance”
Flyer for show tables with sheet on felt table covers and price list
Sample of Coroplast 4mm (opaque)
Sample of FoamX
Sample of Coroplast 4mm (white)
Technical bulletin for screen process printing inks to use with Coroplast
Brochure for Coroplast
 
Folder 35 1991-249 Mid American Exhibit material
Folder “C. J. Duffey For All Your Paper Needs containing Jiffyfoam Cushioning samples - 5 samples, a flyer and hand written sheet with dimensions and prices stapled together
Cardboard with “John Deere Parts Distribution Center Proposal Exhibit Material” - samples of carpet and fabrics for display
Board with John Deere logo “Power by Deere” with overlay sheet containing measurements and specifications for sign
1991.249.42 Blank memo pad, ad item from Kilsby-Roberts/The Tubing and Bar Company/Davenport
1991.249.41 Blank pad, ad item from Republic Electric Co., Quad Cities
4 unused envelopes from Mid America Exhibits
10 sheets unused letter head from Mid America Exhibits
5 copies of 3 part form for Job Work Orders from Mid America Exhibits
Copies of graph paper from S & S Woodshop
Playboy calendar, 1989
 
Folder 36 1992-6
1992.6.1 Booklet for Zion Lutheran Church, Davenport, 100th anniversary, June 10, 1962
1992.6.2a.1 Zion Lutheran Church membership directory, 1989-90
1992.6.2a.2 Worship attendance registration card
1992.6.2b1-4 Address changes and corrections
1992.6.4 Wall calendar “Greetings from the Daily Times”, 1942
 
Folder 37 1992-53
Handwritten document dated 1884 in German? “Lebrakord”? at top; Peter Trauffer apprenticeship agreement signed by father Johann Trauffer
 
Folder 38 1992-58 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island promos
1992.58.7 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island at the Boatworks “How To Play” booklet
1992.58.5a 2 for 1 ticket for Jumer’s Casino Rock Island
1992.58.5b 24 hour pass to the District compliments of Jumer’s, stamped May 27, 1992, expiration date
1992.58.6 Jumer’s Casino Rock Island 1992 Cruise schedule
 
Folder 39 1992-61
1992.61.7b “How to Cook Fresh Frozen Fish” by Carol Drake, recipe book
1992.61.7c “Easy Cooking Instructions for fish” from A & P Fish Service with recipes
 
Folder 40 1992-64
1992.64.1 Pretty Polly Child’s book published by Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd, RTS Artistic Series, No. 2438, England
 
Folder 41 1992-87
1992.87.1 “Go Up with Montgomery Elevators/Escalators,” Centennial Issue, May 1992, includes history of company, facilities, activities, employees, distinctive projects, etc.
 
Folder 42 1992-89
1992.89.1 KIIK-104FM bumper sticker with McDonald’s logo and coupon on back
1992.89.2 KIIK-104 bumper sticker with coupons on back for Ross’, Bettendorf, Goodyear and Nautilus Superfitness Center, c. 1988
 
Folder 43 1992-76
1992.76.3a-d “In ‘92/Perot/For President”  4 red and blue bumper stickers (MP 3302a-d)
1992.76.2 “Perot ‘92” white with black letters and red and blue stripes (MP 3301)
 
Folder 44 1992-91
1992.91.2a “Tower Times” U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Rock Island District newsletter, August 1991, 125th Anniversary issue
1992.91.2b card with date corrections for past district commanders
 
Folder 45 1992-98
1992.98.1 Book Precision Measurement in the Metal Working Industry by the Department of Education of International Business Machines Corp. (IMB), Syracuse, NY:  Syracuse University Press, (1939) 1952
 
Folder 46 1992-104
1992.104.1 Flyer for music stands manufactured by Wiese Manufacturing Co., Davenport, c. 1992
6 unnumbered photocopies of Symphony Space Saver music stand blueprint
 
Folder 47 1992-106
1992.106.12c Ami Open-All can and bottle opener and all purpose tool flyer
 
Folder 48 1992-106 Carma Rohwedder donation/material related to career
1992.106.35e.1-2 Horizontal Charting Templat, 1583 (plastic ruler with shapes) and instruction card manf. by The Standard Register Co.
1992.106.35p Kraft Foods Company Research Laboratory Procedure Manual/Central Research File, Carma Rohwedder, April 12, 1957
1992.106.35n1-2 “data sheet” (2 pages) - courses and semester hours at Davenport High School and University of Illinois, c. 1933
1992.106.35m Blank note pad sheet from Hotel Leland, Springfield, IL
1992.106.35l 1957 Vacation schedule form (blank)
1992.106.35k Morton Chemical Company Library, Library Bulletin-CRS1, Applied Science & Technology Index Vol. 48, No. 3, Jan-Mar 1960, dated May 15, 1960
1992.106.35j1-29 Folder containing items related to Chicago Board of Health
Agency Referral form from Board of Health City of Chicago (blank pad of forms)
Mental Hygiene Applicant Case Card, Chicago Board of health, blank
2 Clinic Registration forms (5 parts), No. 560818 and 128667
5 part form Serology results No. 46618
patients information card
Registry file card (2 copies, one page ea.)
Field and Supervising Field Health Officers Daily Report, Communicable Disease Section
TB Chart X-ray results form
Registry file card with duplicates No. 304794
Urinalysis results form no. 8534
Registry form no. 529632
The Journal of Venereal Disease Information Vol. 30 No. 10, Oct. 1949, with article by Carma Rohwedder
Client folder from Child Welfare Section containing Library Subject file-Preliminary Index form; 2 page resume; library retention card; Nurses Daily Work Report
1992.106.35h1-3?  Envelope labeled “Miss Dorothy Taggett” (front) and “Health Co. Consultant Milwaukee . . . “ (back) containing
2 copies library retention card form 300
1 copy library periodical card for the Canner and Freezer, 1958-59, form 243
Blank card for periodicals? With section in fill in name and month, form 242
The Journal of Venereal Diseases Vol. 30 No. 10
Periodical  -- Morton Salt Co., 1/27/59
2 copies of memo re: checking out periodicals from Morton Salt Co. library, Sept. 24, 1959
2 copies of “Procedures for Periodicals”
1992.106.35f.1-6 List of Subject Headings used in indexing Books and periodicals in Library Subject file
1992.106.35g.1-3 Morton Chemical Co. research Library, Woodstock, IL, May 31, 1960, Periodical Listings
1992.106.35d Postcard of Wacker Drive, Chicago, showing Morton Salt Co. building
1992.106.35c Kraft Food Co. Research Laboratory Procedure manual, Central Research File
1992.106.35b Group photograph, standing in front of “The –GEWATER [HOTEL]?, people identified on back (Carma Rohwedder front row 3rd from right?)
 
Folder 49 1992-107
1992.107.2 Postcard “Buying the Water Company will cost you/Vote NO June 23rd” verso Iowa-American Water Co.
 
Folder 50 1992-118
1992.118.2b Heathkit Assembly Manual for Amplifier Model AA-161, Heath Co./Daystrom, 1961
 
Folder 51 1992-125
1992.125.5 Souvenir program from 20th Annual Indian Pow-Wow at Black Hawk State Park, Sept 5-7, 1959, sponsored by the Indian Pow-wow Council of Sauk and Fox tribe
 
Folder 52 1990-132
1990.132.1 Ride a Red Dinosaur by David R. Collins and illustrations by Larry Nolte, published by Milliken Publishing Co., St. Louis, 1987
 
Folder 53 1991-10
1991.10.3 Constitution and By Laws for Local No. 26, Operative Plasterers' and Cement Masons' International Association of the United States and Canada
1991.10.4 1989-91 Local No. 26 Contract Agreement with Allied Construction Builders Sales, Quint City Plastering and Richard Eaton Plastering
1991.10.5 Plasterer and Cement Mason magazine Vol. 85, No. 9, Oct. 1990, Directory Issue
1991.10.6 Plasterer and Cement Mason magazine Vol. 85, No. 10, Nov. 1990
 
Folder 54 1990-112
1990.112.1 International Association of Machinists Union dues booklet of Hobart D. Russel, 1950-54
1990.112.2 United Auto Workers Local 155 membership materials of Raymond Dick, 1940
 
Folder 55 1991-12
1991.12.6 "100 Years of Pride/UA" UA Journal Centennial Issue, United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry, 1989
 
Folder 56 1991-56
1991.56.6 Full color booklet for Illowa Construction Labor Management Council
1991.56.7 Brochure for previous
1991.56.8a Folder contained 2 previous items
 
Folder 57 1991-57
1991.57.1 Illowa Construction Labor-Management Council "Impact" Memorandum of Understanding, 12/20/1988
 
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts--Fine--Writing (1990-132)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--Diamond Lady (1990-60)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--Rock Island (1992-58)
Boats & Boating--Recreation & Pleasure (1990-60, 1992-58)
Business & Industry--Automobiles (1990-81)
Business & Industry--Barber (1991-33)
Business & Industry--Boots & Shoes (1991-196)
Business & Industry--Construction (1990-129, 1991-24)
Business & Industry--Department Stores (1990-91)
Business & Industry--Employees (1991-226, 1992-87, 1992-106)
Business & Industry--Foundry (1991-226)
Business & Industry--Furniture & Appliances (1991-33, 1991-40, 1991-68, 1992-106)
Business & Industry--Grocery (1992-61)
Business & Industry--Machinery (1992-87)
Business & Industry--Misc. (1991-249)
Business & Industry--Office Supplies & Stationary (1991-164, 1992-98)
Business & Industry--Photography (1990-22, 1991-79)
Business & Industry--Public Utilities (1992-107)
Business & Industry--Tobacco (1991-120)
Churches & Religion--Lutheran--Zion (1992-6)
Communications--Radio (1992-89)
Communications--Television (1990-81, 1991-35)
Entertainment & Amusements--Misc. (1991-118)
Entertainment & Amusements--Motion Pictures (1990-22)
Ethnic Groups & Minorities--Germans (1992-53)
Holidays & Celebrations--Festivals--Bix (1991-242)
Hospitals--Misc. (1991-150)
Hotel, Motel, Restaurants and Taverns--Restaurants (1992-89)
Houses & Households--Domestic Chores (no #, see Folder 2, 1991-40, 1992-61)
Houses & Households--Urban--Exterior--Identified (1990-111)
Indians--Tribes--Sauk & Fox (1992-125)
Law & Law Enforcement--Police (1991-35)
Medicine--Misc. (1991-222, 1992-118)
Military & War--Misc. (1991-59)
Military & War--Persian Gulf (1991-35, 1991-67, 1991-68, 1991.74)
Military & War--Rock Island Arsenal (1992-91)
Military & War--World War II--Misc. (1989-102)
Music--Bandstands (1991-88)
Music--Recordings & Equipment (1991-88, 1992-104)
Organizations & Clubs--Labor (1990-81, 1991-6, 1991-7, 1991-11, 1991-13, 1990-127, 1991-56, 1991-66, 1991-57)
Organizations & Clubs--Misc. (1990-81, 1990-83, 1991-118)
Organizations & Clubs--YMCA (1991-207)
Park & Park Recreation--Longview (1991-88)
Politics (1990-81, 1992-76)
Railroads--Employees (1991-59)
Railroads--Misc. (1991-59)
Recreation--Children's Activities (1990-77, 1992-64)
Recreation--Gambling (1990-60, 1992-58)
Recreation--Games (Folder 11)
Recreation--Misc. (1991-150)
Schools & Education--Secondary--Rock Island (1990-111)
Social Life & Customs--Dance (1991-150)
Social Life & Customs--Misc. (1991-33)
Social Life & Customs--Old Age & Retirement (1991-150)
Social Protest--Misc. (1990-81)
Sports--Baseball (1991-170)
Sports--Soap Box Derby (1991-207)
Transportation--Trucks (1991-66, 1991-249))
National--Presidents--Johnson, L (1990-81)
National--Presidents--Kennedy (1990-81)
National--Presidents--Nixon (1990-81)
 
People
 
Bender, Bill (1991-249)
Collins, David R. (1990-132)
Dick, Raymond (1990-112)
Dowell, Leslie Junior (1991-59)
Gomez, Gil (1991-249)
Jensen, Julie (1991-111)
Math, Mrs. Erwin F. (1990-91)
McDonald, Julie Jensen (1991-111)
Mordhorst, Hollis, J (1989-102)
Murphy, Michael (1991-249)
Murphy, Tim (1991-249)
Nolte, Larry (1990-132)
Rohwedder, Carma (1992-106)
Russel, Hobart D. (1990-112)
Sanders, Edie (1991-150)
Theus, Marie (1990-111)
Thieme, Chuck (1991-249)
Trauffer, Johanne (1992-53)
Trauffer, Peter (1992-53)
Wiese, Hal (1992-104)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 3 
 
Folder 1 1993-52
1993.52.1 Reveries by George Goslowsky, book of poetry
“The Blacksmith” poem by George Goslowsky
 
Folder 2 1993-58
1993.58.1 “This is Wild Dog” part 1 comic book by Max Collins, Terry Beatty and Dick Giordano, published by DC Comics, Inc., 1987.  Setting - Quad Cities
1993.58.2 “This is Wild Dog” part 2
1993.58.3 “This is Wild Dog” part 3
1993.58.4 “You Are Wild Dog” part 4
 
Folder 3 1993-65
1993.65.12b Instruction sheet for Original Hewn American Logs, manufactured by Halsan Products Co., Chicago
 
Folder 4 1993-65
1993.65.24b Operating instructions and warranty for RCA FM/AM clock radio
 
Folder 5 1993-65
1993.65.27c Assembly instructions for artificial Christmas tree manufactured by Gordon Industries Inc.
 
Folder 6 1993-67
1993.67.1 “Concrete on the Farm” by the Atlas Portland Cement Co., New York, 1922; stamp on cover Alexander Lumber Co., Buffalo, Iowa
 
Folder 7 1993-68
1993.68.15 Manual of Activities and War Program for the Girls of America, Book of the Camp Fire Girls, 1918
1993.68.4 “Our Wedding Day” booklet of poems and certificate, Elliott R. McDonald and Florence V. Cobb, Tipton, Iowa, June 2, 1928
1993.68.5 Bill for Hotel Blackhawk, Davenport for E. R. McDonald & Wife, address East St. Louis, for night of June 2, 1928
 
Folder 8 1994-6
1994.6.3 Program Burtis Opera House performance “Silver King” Sept. 14, 1887 (fragile) includes advertisements for local businesses
 
Folder 9 1993-74
1993.74.1 Booklet for Moline Generating Station Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Co.
 
Folder 10 1993-77
1993.77.1 Imaging Quad Cities Women Artists, exhibit catalogue Davenport Museum of Art, April 25-June 6, 1993
1993.77.2 Desert Challenge:  A Brief History of Rock Island Arsenal During Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm by Thomas J. Stattery, Historical Office, US Army Armament, Munitions and Chemical Command, Rock Island, Illinois
 
Folder 11 1993-78
1993.78.5a Obituary for George L. Hammann from Mohassan Grotto Booster [1954]
1993.78.5b The Trestle Board of Davenport Lodge No. 37, AF & AM, Davenport, January 1932, Vol. VI, No. 1
1993.78.5c Roster of Davenport Lodge No. 37, AF & AM for the year 1932, George L. Hammann, “Worshipful Master”
1993.78.5d Mohassan Grotto Booster, Davenport, May 1948, Vol. XXI, No. 5
1993.78.5e Mohassan Grotto Booster, March 1948, Vol. XXI, No. 3
 
Folder 12 1993-81
American Red Cross publications with instructions for knitting clothing for World War II (and Korean War?) soldiers
1993.81.1 Gloves for Service Men
1993.81.2 Watch Cap, US Navy
1993.81.3 Cap or Beanie for indoor wear (2 copies)
1993.81.4 Turtle-neck Pull-over Sweater, US Navy
1993.81.5 Cap or Beanie for outdoor wear
1993.81.6 Spiral socks, bed socks, knee bands, stump socks
1993.81.7 Muffler, US Army
1993.81.8 Helmet for service men
1993.81.9 Man’s sock
1993.81.10 Turtleneck pull-over sweater, US Army
1993.81.11 Scarf, US Navy
1993.81.12 Women’s “V” neck sweater, sleeveless
1993.81.13 Man’s “V” neck sweater, sleeved
1993.81.14 Mans’ “V” neck sweater, sleeveless
1993.81.15 Man’s sweater, Brooks type
1993.81.16 Man’s coat sweater
1993.81.17 Walking cast toe sock
1993.81.18a.1-2 Man’s coat sweater
1993.81.18b.1-2 Man’s coat sweater
1993.81.18c.1-2 Man’s coat sweater
 
Folder 13 1991-103
1991.103.4 Drive for Life flyer, Sept. 1, 1990, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Volkswagen United States, Inc.
 
Folder 14 1994-2
1994.2.1 Book jacket for Moline:  A Pictorial History by Bess Pierce.  The Donning Company publishers
 
Folder 15 1994-16
1994.16.1a Quad City Angels program, 1968
1994.16.1b Program for May 30, 1968 game between Angels and Decatur, with ads for WOC radio and TV, list of players
 
Folder 16 1994-20
1994.20.90 Receipt for Baker’s Shoe Store, 218 West 2nd Street, Davenport, May 1970??
 
Folder 17 1994-23 1993 flood related material
business card for Jeff Gibson, Store Manager, Crown TV & Appliances, with coupon on verso for 2 weeks free rental (4 copies)
Newspaper clippings “Flood facts” relief efforts and response by local businesses and “Phone for help” sources of recovery information and assistance
Folder containing “referral follow-ups” 1 sheet with list, 4 blank sheets
Sign “Red Cross/Sunday hours/1 PM - 6 PM”, made from ½ of folder
Showcase magazine, July 1993, Quad City visitor and newcomers guide
 
Folder 18 1995-73
1995.73.3a S & H Green Stamps Catalog "2-85" on cover
1995.73.3b.1-13 13 copies of S&H Green Stamp Saver Books, "2-85" on cover of #13, #8-13 partially filled
 
Folder 19 1994-32
1994.32.1 The Iowa Magazine Vol. 2, No. 5, September 1918, published by the Greater Iowa Association, Davenport
 
Folder 20 1994-33
1994.33.1 First Annual Report of the Tri-City Credit Men’s Association, March 1903
1994.33.2 Second Annual Report, March 1904
 
Folder 21 1994-35
1994.35.2 Calendar from Burt’s Cheese Chalet, 1985
1994.35.12a Photocopy of newspaper article about the Cheese Market, Jane Ander owner, Rock Island Argus, August 29, 1979
1994.35.12b Newspaper clipping and copy “Sing A Song of Cheeses” info about Burt’s Cheese Chalet, Quad City Times, n.d.
 
Folder 22 1994-37
1994.37.4a The Billboard Encyclopedia of Music, 1946-47 (Ralph Slade Coll.)
 
Folder 23 1994-37 Ralph Slade Coll.
1994.37.4b Handwritten arrangements of several songs in wire bound Music Writing book
 
folder 24 1994-37 Ralph Slade Coll.
1994.37.4c Handwritten arrangements of several songs in wire bound Music Writing Book
1994.37.4d Manuscript paper (tear out) - with handwritten song arrangements
1994.37.4e Page from Scrapbook with photo of woman captioned “Honey Lee” and advertisement for The Porthole, verso letter to Ralph Slade from Don Wachal, owner of the Col Ballroom in Davenport, February 27, 1974
1997.37.4 2 copies of newspaper clipping and 1 photocopy of Gala Party, Dec. 31, at the Porthole, Clinton, IA
- Photograph folder (no photo) from Finley Studio, Clinton, IA
 
Folder 25 1994-30 (Mary Strohbehn)
1994.30.3a Mileage Rationing Record, 1945
1994.30.3b Basic Mileage Ration stamps
1994.30.3c Transfer of car record
1994.30.3d Envelope from Office of Price Administration (local)
 
Folder 26 1994-41
1994.41.6 Community Sing Auspices Parent-Teachers Association, programs furnished by L. A. Murray, Victrolas and Victor Records
 
Folder 27 1995-1
1995.1.1 RiverCenter Expansion Grand Opening
 
Folder 28 1968-63
MI 1241 Edison Business Phonogram Instruction Sheet
 
Folder 29 MP 2712, MP 2715
MP 2712 Commemorative envelope for Carter Inauguration, with stamps, cancelled, Jan. 1977
MP 2715 The following items were removed from acidic photo album in order listed:
Invitation to Presidential Inauguration, Jan. 20, 1977
Card with portrait of President Jimmy Carter
Card with portrait of Vice-President Walter Mondale
Card of admission to inauguration
Inaugural program
Ticket to Inaugural ceremonies - General admission
Ticket to Inaugural ceremonies - Senate Wing Steps
Ticket to Inaugural parade
Ticket to reception for Vice President Elect & Mrs. Mondale, Jan. 19, 1977
Ticket to Inaugural party
Postcard of President & Mrs. Carter
Brochure with inaugural schedule of events
Inaugural commemorative program
Inaugural map and Index to  . . . Washington, D. C.
Envelope from Congress of the U. S. to Gene F. McGreevy
Poster from Special Exhibition in honor of Vice President & Mrs. Mondale
Envelope for Official 1977 Presidential Inaugural Commemoratives
Letter re: Commemoratives
Brochure - The President's Medal 1789-1977 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery
Order form for Official Inaugural License Plates
Envelope from Inaugural Committee to Gene McGreevy
 
Folder 30a MP 2716
The following items were removed from acidic photo album in order listed:
Invitation to 1981 presidential inauguration
Print of Ronald Reagan
Print of George Bush
Program for Inauguration Ceremonies, January 20, 1981
Map to Capitol grounds for 1981 inauguration
Envelope for previous?
1981 Presidential Inaugural Gala program
1981 Presidential Inaugural Program
Ticket to Inauguration Ceremonies, 1981
Ticket to 1981 Inauguration Ceremonies
Ticket to 1981 Inaugural Parade Watch and Reception
Envelope
Postcard - Ronald Reagan
Postcard - Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan
Postcard - Ronald Reagan and George Bush
Kennedy Center stage bill, Jan. 1981
Ticket to Inaugural parade?
Inaugural Souvenir ’81 pamphlet produced by Washington Bible College
Ticket to 1981 Inauguration ceremonies, standing room
Invitation to inauguration, 1981
 
Folder 30 MP 2716 continuation of previous collection
Envelope addressed to Dr. Charles B. Preacher from Office of the Chairman, Republican National Committee
The Inaugural Committee 1981 reception in honor of Governors . . . and Special Distinguished Guests, Jan. 18, 1981, program
Floorplan for Governor’s Reception
Invitation to inaugural festivities of the Smithsonian Institution, Jan. 16-20, 1981
Advertising card for paintings reproduced in honor of inauguration
Catalog for Official Presidential Inaugural Commemoratives, 1981
Invitation to 1985 inauguration
Invitation in Inaugural Ball, 1985
Envelope addressed to The Committee for the 50th American Presidential Inaugural for the following 2 items
Inaugural Ball and Parade Information Form, 1985
50th American Presidential Inaugural Activities list, 1985
Booklet for The Official 1985 Presidential Inaugural Medal produced by The Franklin Mint
 
Folder 31 1992-109
1992.109.1 Music book, printed songs, mostly marches (Pete Macias?)
 
Folder 32 1996-5
1996.5.4 Quad City Mallards Inaugural Season roster, 1995-96
1996.5.3 Mallards season schedule (card), 1995-96
 
Folder 33 1996-9
1996.9.1 Letter to W. A. Struck from D. W. Kimberly, candidate for state representative, dated Oct. 26, 1914
 
Folder 34 1914-20
AE 4291 Paper with Oriental writing found in bride’s travel chair
 
Folder 35 MT 5427
MT 5427c Envelope from G. H.? Grabbe, Ladies’ Tailor and Dressmaker, Davenport, to Mrs. Byron Whitaker, handwritten note “??others sampler/worked at age of 12 years in 1829”
MT 5427d.1-2 Magazine article “Sampler Tell a Story” n.d.
 
Folder 36 1990-32
1990.32.2 German Savings Bank deposit book, 1901-1911, for W. J. Martin
 
folder 37 1990-32
1990.32.1 A Portfolio of Cartoons as published by the Davenport Times, 1912-13, verses by Irving C. Norwood
 
Folder 38 1993-91
1993.91.1 1906 month by month tear away calendar, compliments of Davenport Bag & Paper Co.
 
Folder 39 1992-12
1992.12.1a-b 2 copies of baseball card for Quad City Angel Dante Bichette, 1989
 
folder 40 1994-3
1994.3.8 “Sketches” booklet “MS”, c. 1912-13
1994.3.? “Recipes” booklet (blank), c. 1912-13
 
Folder 41 1995-70
1995.70.2 1988 Quad City Angels yearbook
1995.70.3 1992 Quad City River Bandits Souvenir Yearbook
1995.70.4 1993 Quad City River Bandits Souvenir Yearbook
1995.70.5a 1994 Quad City River Bandits Souvenir Yearbook
1995.70.5b 1994 Quad City River Bandits card with photo of team
1995.70.6 1995 Quad City River Bandits Souvenir Yearbook
 
Folder 42 1995-70
1995.70.7a 1992-93 Quad City Thunder Souvenir Magazine
1995.70.7b.1 1992-93 Quad City Thunder Game Notes, March 26, 1993
1995.70.7b.2 Insert from previous - concession menu
1995.70.8 1994-95 Quad City Thunder Souvenir Yearbook
1995.70.9 Augustana vs. UW-LaCrosse NCAA Division III Semi-Final Football program, Nov. 26, 1983
1995.70.10 Augustana vs. Central of Iowa NCAA Division III Semi-Final Football program, Dec. 7, 1985
1995.70.11 Augustana Football program, Nov. 4, 1989
1995.70.12 Mohassan Grotto Circus Official Souvenir Program Guide, March 24-26, 1995
1995.70.13 1986 Silvis Country Music Festival program
1995.70.14 Quad City Angel Roster, July ?
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts—Centers & Galleries (1993-77)
Arts—Fine—Painting (1993-77)
Arts—Fine—Sculpture (1993-77)
Arts—Fine—Writing (1993-52)
Business & Industry—Banking (1994-33, 1990-32)
Business & Industry—Boots & Shoes (1994-20)
Business & Industry—Cement (1993-67)
Business & Industry—Construction (1993-67)
Business & Industry—Dairy (1994-35)
Business & Industry—Dry Goods (MT 5427)
Business & Industry—Misc. (1993-91)
Business & Industry—Music Stores (1994-41)
Business & Industry—Office Supplies & Stationary (1993-91)
Business & Industry—Photography (1994-37)
Business & Industry—Public Utilities (1993-74)
Communications—Radio (1993-65)
Disasters—Floods—1900-1999 (1994-23)
Entertainment & Amusement—Circus & Sideshow (1995-70)
Entertainment & Amusement—Halls & Opera Houses (1994-6, 1994-37, 1995-1)
Farms & Farming—Buildings & Barnyards—1920-1999 (1993-67)
Groups—Identified (1994-22)
Historic Sites & Museums—Misc. (1993-77)
Holidays & Celebrations—Christmas (1993-65)
Holidays & Celebration—Misc. (1995-1)
Holidays & Celebration—New Year’s (1994-37)
Hotels, Motels, Restaurants & Taverns—Hotels (1993-68)
Hotels, Motels, Restaurants & Taverns—Taverns (1994-37)
Military & War—Civil War—Regiments (1994-22)
Military & War—Korean War (1993-81)
Military & War—Persian Gulf (1993-77)
Military & War—Rock Island Arsenal (1993-77)
Military & War—World War I—Misc. (1993-68)
Military & War—World War II—Equipment (1993-81)
Military & War—World War II—Misc. (1993-81, 1994-30)
Music—Choruses & Singers (1994-22)
Music—Misc. (1994-37, 1992-109)
Music—Recordings & Equipment (1994-41)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Newspapers—Times-Democrat (1990-32)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Misc. (1993-58, 1993-78, 1994-32, 1994-37)
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (1993-68, 1991-103, 1994-33, 1994-41, 1995-70)
Organizations & Clubs—Red Cross (1993-81)
Organizations & Clubs—Turners (1994-22)
Recreation—Children’s Activities (1993-65)
Schools & Education—College—Augustana (1995-70)
Social Life & Customs—Dance (1994-22)
Social Life & Customs—Misc. (MT 5427)
Social Life & Customs—Weddings (1993-68, 1914-20)
Sports—Baseball (1994-16, 1992-12, 1995-70)
Sports—Basketball (1995-70)
Sports—Football (1995-70)
Sports—Hockey (1996-5)
Sports—Misc. (1994-22)
Transportation—Automobiles (1994-30)
Cities—Moline (1994-2)
State—Iowa (1996-9)
National—Presidents—Bush (MP 2716)
National—Presidents—Carter (MP 2712, MP 2715)
National—Presidents—Reagan (MP 2716)
 
People
 
 
Ander, Jane (1994-35
Beatty, Terry (1993-58)
Bush, George (MP 2716)
Carter, James (Jimmy) (MP 2712, MP 2715)
Cobb, Florence V. (McDonald) (1993-68)
Collins, Max (1993-58)
Gibney, J. Burton (1994-35)
Giordano, Dick (1993-58)
Goslowsky, George (1993-52)
Hammann, George L. (1993-78)
Kimberly, D. W. (1996-9)
Martin, W. J. (1990-32)
McDonald, Elliott R. (1993-68)
McDonald, Florence V. Cobb (1993-68)
McGreevy, Gene F. (MP 2712, MP 2715, MP 2716)
Norwood, Irving C. (1990-32)
Preacher, Dr. Charles B. (MT2716)
Reagan, Ronald (MP 2716)
Slade, Ralph (1994-37)
Struck, W. A. (1996-9)
Wachal, Don (1994-37)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collections Box 4
 
Folder 1 1994-22 Moline Turners Collection
1994.22.5w Newspaper clipping “Head for National Tourney” Moline Turner Volleyball Team (men) Rock Island Argus, Wed. April 9, 1969
1994.22.5v National Festival Rules of the American Turners revised March 22, 1970 (41 pages in report folder)
1994.22.5u Moline Turner Society Address by Chairman to Candidates and pledge (removed from plastic sleeve, 2 pages, were back to back in sleeve)
1994.22.5t The Work of the American Turner Societies, Handbook by Ernst A. Weier published by National Executive Committee, American Turnerbund, Detroit, Michigan
1994.22.5s Constitution and By-Laws American Turners Moline Society, 1975 (booklet)
1994.22.5k-n,p-r 7 photographs groups of women - 6 photos they wearing gym clothes, 1 in costume
1994.22.5b Magazine clipping American Turner News National Tournaments—photo of Moline Turner Ladies of the 1926 National Tournament Team at St. Louis, Mass Drill
1994.22.5c “Turner of Tomorrow” group photo of children, 1940, magazine clipping
1994.22.5d Officers of the Moline Turner Society, 1940, group photo from magazine, identified
1994.22.5e Pekin Illinois Tournament Team of 1884 - group photo from magazine, identified
1994.22.5f Officers of the Concordia Germania Turnverein, 1937 - group photo from magazine, identified
1994.22.5g “2800 See Turner Revue, 1939—Action Picture of Active Ladies Dancing the Waltz of the Flowers Inspired by Tschaikowsky’s Music of the Same Name” from magazine
1994.22.5h Winners in Upper Mississippi Volleyball Meet” - group photo from magazine, identified
1994.22.5i “The Silver Trio” - photo of  women, singers, from magazine, identified[1941]
1994.22.5j Lincoln’s Turner Bodyguard (for Inauguration), composite photo of survivors of the 8th Battalion, 1911
1994.22.5a Diamond Jubilee Celebration Commemorating our 75th Anniversary, Nov. 1941, Moline Turner News (magazine)
1994.22.4 Bound volume of Moline Turner News, January 1937-March 1942
1994.22.3 Bound volume of Moline Turner News, 1946-1948
 
Folder 2 1995-72
1995.72.1 A Tractor Goes Farming by Roy Harrington.  St. Joseph, Michigan:  American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1985.  Children's book.
 
The following items are stored between folders 2 and 3
1994.18.1 Picking Up Bottles by John W. Koning, Jr., 1944.  Biography of Pastor and Missionary John W. Koning, served at Newcomb Presbyterian, duplicate copy 1994.18.2 placed in library stacks.
1994.1.1b-c VHS tape Special Movie Video Edition of "Bix: An Interpretation of a Legend" distributed by Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society.
1994.64.1 VHS tape of News Channel 8's " '93 Flood" Special Broadcast, 1993
 
Folder 3 1991-71
1991.71.2 Official Book of the Fort Armstrong Centennial Celebration, 1816-1916, publishing by Rock Island County Historical Society and the Historical Section of the Davenport Academy of Sciences, Rock Island, IL, 1916.  Includes articles on Fort Armstrong and the area's early history plus the program schedule for celebration, June 18-24, 1916
 
Folder 4 1993-91
1993.90.1 Iowa Literary Heritage Trail:  Illustrated visit to birthplaces, residences or burial sites, prepared by the Iowa Center for the Book, 1993. 
 
Folder 5 1991-107 Kimberly Barn Nursery
1991.107.22 Packet of Service call forms from Kimberly Barn Landscaping Division (folder lists contents as 1991.107.21-23, at time of inventory 21 and 23 missing)
 
Folder 6 1991-107 Kimberly Barn Nursery
1991.107.171-e Credit memo forms
1991.107.16a-e Order forms
1991.107.15 One sheet of business letter head
1991.107.14 Statement forms, continuous from feed style
 
Folder 7 1990-85
1990.85.2b American Red Cross Volunteer Special Service Certificate awarded to Mrs. James Easter for course Hospital and Recreation (Civilian) March, 1944
 
Folder 8 1984-40, 1984-110
1984-40 Rand McNally Radio Map of the United States, distributed by Tri-City Electric Co., [1930s]
1984-110 New 1929 International Radio Atlas published by Davenport Democrat and Leader
(found in previous) Western Union Radio Log of Broadcasting Stations, Oct. 30, 1295
 
Folder 9 MP 2538
MP 2538 Iowa Law Review Journal, Vol. 29, No. 4, May 1944
 
Folder 10 1984-82
3 Texas Instruments Home Computer Solid State Cartridge Manual Books for games: Blasto, Parsec and TI Invaders.
 
between folder 10 and 11
1996.131.6 Beacon Yearbook Vol. 2, Bettendorf High School, 1952-53
1991.239.1a 3 ring binder with City of Davenport application for Triple A baseball franchise, 1990
 
Folder 11 1998-64
1998.64.1 By-Laws and Rules of Order for Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, 1950
1998.64.2 Constitution and Statutes, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, 1950-51
 
Folder 12 1998-64
1998.64.3 Booklet Home-O-Nize Kitchen Cabinets, manufactured by Home-O-Nize Co., Davenport, 1945-47
1998.64.5 Booklet "Fallout Protection What to Know and Do about Nuclear Attack" published by the Department of Defense, Office of Civil Defense, Dec. 1961
 
Folder 13 1996-111
1996.111.18 Vietnamese currency, [1967-74] "Nga-Hang Quoc-Gia Viet-nam" denomination "20"
 
Folder 14 1999-15
1999.15.5 Rock Island Lines Employee Pass for Mrs. Charles Barton (Viola), Wife of Switchman, c. 1962
1999.15.6 Amtrak Rail Travel Privilege Card for Charles B. Barton Jr. expires Aug. 1976
 
Folder 15 1996-50
1996.50.4 Booklet "Living at Iowa" information of residence facilities at the University of Iowa, c. 1966
 
Folder 16 1994-42 (stored with maps, LIB – OC3 – D13 ejs 2012.12.28)
1994.42.1 Map of Waterloo, Iowa, published by the Iowa Publishing Company, Inc. Davenport, IA, 1916, by M. Huebinger
 
Folder 17 1991-18
1991.18.2 Photograph of Four County Industrial Union Council, AFL-CIO booth at a fair, c. 1958
1991.18.3 Photograph of John Yolton, Del Williams, and Tom Kelly
1991.18.4 Photograph of [Del Williams] standing in front of the [US Capitol] Building, [c. 1960]
1991.18.5 Postcard of UAW 20th Constitutional Convention meeting hall, [1965] at Long Beach, CA
1991.18.6 4x5 copy negative of invitation to John F. Kennedy Presidential Inauguration (and photocopy of original)
1991.18.7 4/5 coy negative of Del Williams shaking hands with John F. Kennedy during 1960 campaign event at the LeClaire Hotel in Moline (and photocopy of original)
1991.18.8 D. L. Williams Delegates Credential Card for Illinois State Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1961, Williams served as delegate for Quad City Federation of Labor
1991.18.9 D. L. Williams business card as President of Quad City Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO
1991.18.10 Program for 6th Annual Convention of the Iowa Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, at Davenport, 1961
1991.18.11 "I See You're In the News" folder with newspaper clipping from The Daily Times, April 9, 1959, "Williams to Head AFL-CIO Merger," folder from Jack J. Moskowitz, representative for Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
1991.18.12 Certificate awarded to Del Williams for completion of UAW Leadership Training Institute, April 1959
- Photocopy of newspaper clipping, n.d., "Rock Island Sheriff's Employees Organize"
- Photocopy of newspaper clipping, n.d., "Area Labor Representatives confer with Senator Douglas regarding Local Economic Situation . . . "
- Photocopy of 3 page document Agreement for Merger of the Tri-City Federation of Labor, AFL, and the Four County Industrial Union Council, CIO, c. 1959
 
1991.18.1 removed to oversized storage LIB-CAB3-D7
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts--Fine--Writing (1993-91)
Business & Industry--Banking (1996-111)
Business & Industry--Farm Implements (1995-72)
Business & Industry--Insurance (1991-18)
Business & Industry--Misc. (1998-64)
Business & Industry--Nurseries (1991-107)
Churches & Religion--Presbyterian--Clergy & Congregations (1994-18)
Churches & Religion--Presbyterian--Newcomb (1994-18)
Communications--Radio (1984-40, 1984-110)
Communications--Television (1994-64)
Disasters--Floods--1900-1999 (1994-64)
Documents & Letters (1991-18)
Entertainment & Amusement--Fairs--Misc. (1991-18)
Entertainment & Amusement--Motion Pictures (1994-1)
Farms & Farming--Equipment & Machinery--Misc. (1995-72)
Farms & Farming--Organizations--Misc. (1995-72)
Forts--Fort Armstrong (1991-71)
Holidays & Celebrations--Centennial--Misc. (1991-71)
Houses & Households--Furnishings (1998-64)
Houses & Households--Urban--Interior--Unidentified (1998-64)
Houses & Households--Rural--Interior--Unidentified (1998-64)
Law & Law Enforcement--Misc. (MP 2538)
Law & Law Enforcement--Police (1991-18)
Music--Choruses & Singers (1994-22)
Military & War--Misc. (1998-64)
Military & War--Vietnam (1996-111)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Misc. (MP 2538)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Newspapers--Misc. (1984-110)
Organizations & Clubs--Elks (1998-64)
Organizations & Clubs--Labor (1991-18)
Organizations & Clubs--Misc. (1994-1)
Organizations & Clubs--Red Cross (1990-85)
Organizations & Clubs--Turners (1994-22)
Railroads--Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific (1999-15)
Railroads--Misc. (1999-15)
Railroads--Employees (1999-15)
Recreation--Games (1984-82)
Schools & Education--College--Iowa (1996-50)
Schools & Education--Secondary--Misc. (1996-131)
Social Life & Customs--Clothing--1920-1959 (1994-22)
Social Life & Customs--Dance (1994-22)
Sports--Baseball (1991-239)
Sports--Misc. (1994-22)
Travel (1996-111)
Cities--Davenport--Municipal Government (1991-239)
National--Presidents--Kennedy (1991-18)
 
People
Barton, Charles, Jr. (1999-15)
Barton, Mrs. Charles (Viola) (1999-15)
Barton, Viola (Mrs. Charles (1999-15)
Beiderbecke, Bix (1994-1)
Easter, Mrs. James (1990-85)
Harrington, Roy (1995-72)
Koning, John W. (1994-18)
Koning, John W., Jr. (1994-18)
Williams, Del (1991-18)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 5 
 
Folder 1 1994-47
1994.47.36 "A Personally Conducted Visit thru WOC Davenport, Iowa" booklet, [c. 1930]
1994.47.37 Tri-City Symphony Orchestra program, April 3, 1949
1994.47.38 Harp of the West, a poem in five parts by Hiram A. Reid, Davenport:  Luse, Lane, & Co., 1858
 
Folder 2 1994-47
1994.47.28 Wordgrain, published by Central High School, Vol. III, 1974, collection of poetry and short stories
1994.47.27 Wordgrain, [Vol. II]
 
Folder 3 1991-160
1991.160.1 The Tuneful Yankee. Vol. 1. No. 7, August 1917 (music magazine)
1991.160.2 The Tuneful Yankee. Vol. 1. No. 9, October 1917
1991.160.3 The Tuneful Yankee. Vol. 1. No. 10, November 1917
1991.160.4 The Tuneful Yankee. Vol. 1. No. 11, December 1917
 
Folder 4 1994-14
1994.14.2 "Hydraxtor" product information, c. 1970 in three-ring binder, laundry equipment company in Moline 
 
Folder 5 1995-2
1995.2.34 Davenport Public Museum check book, drawn on American Commercial and Savings Bank, 1930
 
Folder 6 1995-2
1995.2.84a-b Letter to Hon. D. W. Kimberly (Senator) from Clyde Herring (Governor, Iowa) re: pen used to sign "the act legalizing the sale of 3.2 beer" dated April 19, 1933, fountain pen attached to letter
 
Folder 7 1996-123
1996.123.1 Quad City Mallards Yearbook/Media Guide, 1996-97
 
Folder 8 1994-47
Theatre programs, all but first three are Broadway Theatre League performances at the RKO Orpheum Theatre
1994.47.64jj Michael Todd's "Around the World in 80 Days" at Coronet Theatre, c.d., staring David Niven & Shirley MacLaine
1994.47.64ll "The Pajama Game" April 16-18, 1956 at the RKO Orpheum
1994.47.64kk "The House of the August Moon" April 30-May 2, 1956 at the RKO Orpheum
1994.47.64ww "Mary, Mary" Sept. 24, 1962
1994.47.64vv "The Sound of Music" Dec. 3 & 4, 1962
1994.47.64oo "A Shot in the Dark", Jan. 15, 1963
1994.47.64dd "Carnival" March 12, 1963
1994.47.64uu "A Thousand Clowns" Oct. 15, 1963
1994.47.64y "A Man for All Seasons" Nov. 12, 1963
1994.47.64d "Camelot" Jan. 20, 1964
1994.47.64tt "Never Too Late" Oct. 27, 1964
1994.47.64v "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Nov. 10, 1964
1994.47.64m "Oliver" Feb. 9, 1965
1994.47.64t "Barefoot in the Park" Nov. 23, 1965
1994.47.64x "The Subject Was Roses" Jan. 25, 1966
1994.47.64ff "Any Wednesday" May 3, 1966
1994.47.64nn "Half a Sixpence" Oct. 4, 1966
1994.47.64qq "The Royal Hunt of the Sun" Nov. 1, 1966
1994.47.64aa "The Odd Couple" Feb. 14, 1967
1994.47.64xx "Generation" Feb. 28, 1967
1994.47.64mm "Wait Until Dark" Sept. 26, 1967
1994.47.64bb "Hello, Dolly!" Feb. 20, 1968
1994.47.64c "The Impossible Years" March 26, 1968
1994.47.64f "Cactus Flower" Oct. 8, 1968
1994.47.64h.1-2 "Fiddler on the Roof" Nov. 12, 1968
1994.47.64s "The Apple Tree" March 11, 1969
1994.47.64rr "Spofford" Oct. 28, 1969
1994.47.64ee "Mame" Nov. 11, 1969
 
Folder 9 1994-47 continued
1994.47.64ss "I Do!  I Do!" Jan. 20, 1970
1994.47.64u "Cabaret" Feb. 10, 1970
1994.47.64pp "Your Own Thing" March 10, 1970
1994.47.64b.1-2 "1776" Oct. 19 & 20, 1970
1994.47.64cc "Forty Carats" Nov. 16 & 17, 1970
1994.47.64e "Zorba" Jan. 25 & 26, 1971
1994.47.64a "Hadrian VII" March 15 & 16, 1971
1994.47.64g "Promises, Promises" Sept. 27 & 28, 1971
1994.47.64I "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" Oct. 18 & 19, 1971
1994.47.64p "Butterflies are Free" Nov. 22 & 23, 1971
1994.47.64z "Company" Feb. 28 & 19, 1972
1994.47.64j.1-2 "Sleuth" Oct. 30 & 31, 1972
1994.47.64q "No Sex Please, We're British" Nov. 13 & 14, 1972
1994.47.64gg "Applause" March 12 & 13, 1973
1994.47.64hh "The Prisoner of Second Avenue" Nov. 5 & 5, 1973
1994.47.64ii "Twigs" Jan. 28 & 29, 1974
1994.47.64r "No, No, Nanette" Feb. 25 & 26, 1974
1994.47.64w "Move Over Mrs. Markham" Oct. 14-16, 1974
1994.47.64k.1-2 "Pippin" Nov. 11-13, 1974
1994.47.64n "The Sunshine Boys" March 10-12, 1975
1994.47.64l "Irene" Nov. 3-5, 1975
1994.47.64o "The Sound of Music" Oct. 30 & 31, 1978
 
Folder 10 1994-47
1994.47.66 Schwann Long Playing Record Catalog, August1963, M. L. Parker Co. stamp on cover
 
Folder 11 1994-47
1994.47.52 Football game program Assumption High School vs. Campion High School, Nov. 9, 1962
1994.47.78 Tri-City Symphony Orchestra program, Nov. 21, 1937
 
Folder 12 1996-78
1996.78.1 Davenport & Bettendorf Telephone Directory, July 1935
 
Folder 13 1998-32
1998.32.1 "Perspective" employees magazine for Alcoa Davenport Works, 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition, Vol. 1, Issue 4, Winter 1998
 
Folder 14a-c 1998-41
1998.41.1 "Journey Out of Silence:  A Story of Resistance" by Chuck Quilty, photocopy of manuscript about Quilty's social activism, especially anti-war efforts
 
Folder 15 1993-86
1993.86.61 Woman's Day magazine, 1974
1993.86.60 Simplicity Home Catalog Summer 1976
 
Folder 16 1995-8
1995.8.2 See the USA: 13th Annual Holiday in Harmony, Davenport "Y" Chordbusters program, Oct. 4, 1969
 
Folder 17 1998-80
1998.80.1 Redemption Coupon for Sergei Zvyagin poster, Jan. 9, 1998
1998.80.2 Magnet with image of Sergei Zvyagin, 1997 with logos for WHBF Channel 4 and Heartland Inn
1998.80.3 Magnet with Quad City Mallards schedule, 1997-98 and ad for Geneseo Motors
1998.80.4 Brochure "Record Breaking" for Quad City Mallard with 1998-99 schedule and group ticket info
1998.80.5-6 Complimentary tickets to Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 24-26, 1998 
 
Folder 18 1989-25
1989.25.2 Trade card ad for Wm. H Mast Davenport Nursery Christmas Trees, Holly & Mistletoe [1920s]
1989.25.3 Trade card ad for Mast Nursery "Trees/Shrubs/Roses/Hedging" [1920s]
1989.25.4 Trade card ad for Wm. H Mast Nursery "Evergreens . . . Shade . . . Trees . . . Fruit trees . . . Shrubs . . . Roses . . . Vines . . . Perennials" [1930s]
1989.25.5 Handbill "Join the Army of Home Beautifiers" Davenport Nursery [c. 1915]
 
Folder 19 2000-19
2000.19.1 KWQC-TV6 59th Anniversary Cookbook:  A Collection of Recipes and Memories/Celebrating a Half Century in Broadcasting, 1998.
 
Folder 20 2001-6
2001.6.1 Old Mills in the Mid West by Leslie C. Swanson, autographed, 1985
2001.6.3 Running Home:  An Across-Iowa Journal by Paddy Blackman and Jennifer Figge, 1989
2001.6.10 Faded Roses:  A Collection of Essays  edited by Linda Flatt, 1993, published by Illinois Writers' Guild.  Collection of oral history-based biographical sketches of the following individuals:  Mildred Mae Johnston Coye, Agnes Rosabel Ericson Clair, Elsa Rehg Stumpf, Harold William Neibert, Dorothy Wait Pettit, LeRoy Scheffler, Maria DeCaestercker Van Quathem, Ralph Birds, Wes James, Thelma Lane, Anna Foerder, Joseph Fosdyck, Harold Parsons, Bessie Jane Jones Lear, Ralph Wilson, Lloyd B. Grants, Besse Liedtke, Florence Ruby Mier Ziegler, Leonard Cervantes, Elsie Stiner, and Glenn Maddox
2001.6.11 US Postage Stamps Classic American Dolls, c. 1996
 
Folder 21 2001-6
2001.6.2 When I Grow Up I want to be a Firefighter and Other True Stories:  A Career Source for Women, published by the Women's Encouragement Board, c. 1992.
2001.6.4 The Best of Bill Wundrum:  A Collection of Favorite Columns from the Quad City Times, published by the Quad City Times, 1990.
 
Folder 22 2001-24
2001.24.1-19 Quad City Thunder tickets for 2000-2001 season
2001.24.20-21 Quad City Thunder season ticket booklets
 
Folder 23 2001-9
2001.9.1 Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company bill stub for period ending March 2, 1956, for R. Tate, Hillsdale, Illinois
2001.9.2 Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company bill stub for period ending September 4, 1956, for R. Tate, Hillsdale, Illinois
2001.9.3 Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company statement for period ending August 8, 1946 for Mrs. Lucy Ashdown, Hillsdale, Illinois
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts--Fine--Writing (1994-47, 2001-6)
Business & Industry--Advertisement (1989-25)
Business & Industry--Automobiles (1998-80)
Business & Industry--Banking (1995-2)
Business & Industry--Department Stores (1994-47)
Business & Industry--Employees (2001-6)
Business & Industry--Foundry (1998-32)
Business & Industry--Nurseries (1989-25)
Business & Industry--Public Utilities (2001-9)
Business & Industry--Washing Machines (1994-14)
Communication--Radio (1994-47)
Communication--Telephone (1996-78)
Communication--Television (1998-80, 2000-19)
Entertainment & Amusement--Misc. (1995-8)
Entertainment & Amusement--Theater (1994-47)
Historic Sites & Museums--Davenport Public Museum (1995-2)
Holidays & Celebrations--Festivals--Bix (1998-80))
Hotel, Motel, Restaurants & Taverns--Restaurants (1998-80)
Houses & Households--Domestic Chores (1993-86, 2000-19)
Law & Law Enforcement--Misc. (1998-41)
Military & War--Vietnam (1998-41)
Mills--Water Wheels (2001-6)
Music--Choruses & Singers (1995-8)
Music--Misc. (1991-160)
Music--Orchestras--Quad City Symphony (1994-47)
Music--Recordings & Equipment (1994-47)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Misc. (1991-160)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Newspapers--Quad City Times (2001-6)
Organizations--Misc. (2001-6)
Postal Service--Misc. (2001-6)
Schools & Education--Secondary--Assumption (1994-47)
Schools & Education--Secondary--Central (1994-47)
Social Life & Customs--Clothing--1960-1999 (1993-86)
Social Protest--Prohibition (1995-2)
Social Protest--War (1998-41)
Sports--Basketball (2001-24)
Sports--Football (1994-47)
Sports--Hockey (1996-123, 1998-80)
Sports--Misc. (2001-6)
 
 
People
 
Birks, Ralph (2001-6)
Blackman, Paddy (2001-6)
Cervantes, Leonard (2001-6)
Clair, Agnes Rosabel Ericson (2001-6)
Coye, Mildred Mae Johnston (2001-6)
Figge, Jennifer (2001-6)
Flatte, Linda (2001-6)
Foerder, Anna (2001-6)
Fosdyck, Joseph (2001-6)
Grantz, Lloyd B. (2001-6)
Herring, Gov. Clyde (1995-2)
James, Wes (2001-6)
Kimberly, D. W. (1995-2)
Lane, Thelma (2001-6)
Lear, Bessie Jane Jones (2001-6)
Liedtke, Besse (2001-6)
Maddox, Glenn (2001-6)
Mast, William (1989-25)
Neibert, Harold William (2001-6)
Parsons, Harold (2001-6)
Pettit, Dorothy Wait (2001-6)
Quilty, Chuck (1998-41)
Reid, Hiram A (1994-47)
Scheffler, LeRoy (2001-6)
Stiner, Elsie (2001-6)
Stumpf, Elsa Rehg (2001-6)
Swanson, Leslie C. (2001-6)
Van Quathem, Maria DeCaestercker (2001-6)
Wilson, Ralph (2001-6)
Wundrum, Bill (2001-6)
Ziegler, Florence Ruby Mier (2001-6)
Zvyagin, Sergei (1998-80)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 6 
 
Folder 1 1957-24
1957.24.1 Brochure about the 1832 Black Hawk War Old Stockade at Galena IL, n.d.
1957.24.2 Postcard of illustration of the "Black Hawk War Stockade, Galena, ILL. 1832" 
 
Folder 2 1998-89 Robert  W. Anderson, 
1998.89.1 Photograph of R. W. Anderson Co. building exterior, 1322 4th Avenue, Moline; Schwinn Bicycle signs on building, c. 1990s
1998.89.2 Schwinn bicycle sales register for 1976
1998.89.3 "Authorized/Schwinn Dealer" window decal, c. 1970s
1998.89.4 Article "Bike Store Marks 30th Year with Schwinn" re: Anderson store from The Schwinn Reporter, March 1962
1998.89.5 Newsletter The Schwinn Reporter, Vol. 15, No. 8, August 1965
1998.89.6 Schwinn bicycle sales register for 1977
1998.89.7 Owner's manual for Schwinn Sting-ray bicycle, c. 1973
 
Folder 3 1998-97 Ray Teeple/Scott County Farmers Association
1998.97.1 Quad- Cities Peace Council bulletin, July-August 1987
1998.97.2 Correspondence with Quad City Times editor Daniel J. Foley, re: article about Gorbachev's interview, c. Dec. 1987
1998.97.3 Letter to editor "Family farmers deserve parity" in The Leader, Aug. 10. 1988
1998.97.4 Letter to editor "Farm votes went Democratic" in Quad City Times Nov. 18, 1988
1998.97.5 2-page letter entitled "Decision Year-1989/Which Fork in the Road?"
1998.97.6 a) 1-page letter entitled "Theory without Practice is Nothing"; b) article "G.O.P. Painted Metzenbaum As Communist Sympathizer"
1998.97.7 Letter to [Scott County Farmers Assoc. members] stating July meeting not necessary and urging support for humanitarian aid to Nicaragua
1998.97.8 Newspaper article, obituary of Fred Stover, farm activist from Hampton, IA, North Iowa Neighbors, Feb. 24, 1985
1998.97.9 Newspaper article "Kleckner aims for new farm mood" in Quad-City Times, Jan. 26, 1986
1998.97.10 Newspaper clipping, registration form for conference of U. S. Farmers Association, July 19-20, 1985 in Mason City, IA
1998.97.11 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Reagan should be impeached", March 4, 1987, and response from Harold M. Benson
1998.97.12 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Not the solution", n.d.
1998.97.13 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Let's phase-out toxic chemicals", n.d.
1998.97.14 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Fighting farm chemicals" April 1989
1998.97.15 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "We don't need more nuke plants", n.d.
1998.97.16 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Up with minimum wage!", n.d.
1998.97.17 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Farm votes went Democratic, n.d.
1998.97.18 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "GOP 'peace' policy is only a hoax", n.d.
1998.97.19 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Urges approval of minimum wage", n.d.
1998.97.20 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Congressmen don't deserve pay hike", n.d.
1998.97.21 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Leaf mulch", n.d.
1998.97.22 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Farm policies", n.d.
1998.97.23 Newspaper clipping letter to editor "Need New Deal", n.d.
1998.97.24 Newspaper clipping open letter to Hobart McKean, Circle, Montana, n.d.
1998.97.25 Newspaper clipping "Farm Conference speaker claims Myths about Soviets hamper peace", re: U. S. Farmers Association Conference, with speaker Marilyn Bechtel
1998.97.26 Newspaper clipping "Farmers Association has rural survival plan", n.d.
1998.97.27 Newspaper clipping "Farmers Assocition [sic] to meet", June 3, 1987
1998.97.28 Newspaper clipping "Farm group to meet", c. April 4, 1987
1998.97.29 Newspaper clipping "Farmers Association to meet April 1", 1989
1998.97.30 Newspaper clipping "Banker Chrystal to speak to farmers", c. Jan 7, 1989
1998.97.31 Newspaper clipping "Farm group to meet", c. Oct. 5, 1985
1998.97.32 Newspaper clipping "Iowa Farmers Association" c. Jan. 1986
1998.97.33 Scott County Farmers Association members name and address for: Ray and Ann Teeple
1998.97.34 Scott County Farmers Association members name and address for: Marguerite and Donald C. Teigland and Harold Schermer
1998.97.35 Scott County Farmers Association members name and address for: Helen Grell
1998.97.36 Scott County Farmers Association members name and address for: Agnes Townsend
1998.97.37 Scott County Farmers Association members name and address for: John and Catherine Swan
1998.97.38-39 Remarks of Ray Teeple welcoming Peacewalkers, June 28, 1988 (2 copies)
1998.97.40 Resolution sent to Scott County Legislators re: stopping use of toxic chemicals in food production
1998.97.41 Resolution for Organic Farming
1998.97.42 Resolution to print and send copies of "Atomic Blessings or Atomic Blastings" to U.S. Farm News recipients to counteract booklet "Billions for the Bankers, Debts for the People"
1998.97.43 Copy of Iowa Democratic Party Agriculture Platform, n.d.
1998.97.44 Resolution "Declaration for the Survival of the Family Farm", September 1984, 2-pages plus 2nd copy of page 2, published in U.S. Farm News
1998.97.45 Notice for April 4, ?, Scott County Farm Association meeting with Kathleen White as speaker on trip to Nicaragua
1998.97.46 Notice for Jan. 7, 1989, Scott County Farm Association meeting with John Chrystal, Democratic candidate for governor
1998.97.47 Newspaper advertisement "The Coming Crash at Home and Abroad" from U.S. Farm News published in The North Scott Press Feb. 5, 1986
1998.97.48 Request for assistance from Quest for Peace, re: aid to Nicaraguan people, July 1988
1998.97.49 Obituary for John Swan, June 26, 1985
1998.97.50 Letter re: Fred Stover memorial from Clarita Canham to Mrs. Dorothy Dammann, July 25, 1990
1998.97.51 Envelope for previous
1998.97.52 Letter from Ray Teeple [to Mrs. Dammann] re: Fred Stover memorial from several Association members, July 26, 1990
1998.97.53 Letter to Mrs. Dammann from Donald C. Teigland re: Fred Stover memorial
1998.97.54 Envelope for previous
1998.97.55 Handwritten "A Tribute to Fred Stover" by Ray Teeple, [1990]
1998.97.56 Letter to U. S. Farm News from Dorothy Dammann re: Fred Stover memorial, Aug. 8, 1990
1998.97.57 Thank you note and envelope re: memorial for Edna Untiedt
1998.97.58 Minute book for Scott County Farmers Association, Oct. 1984 through April 1990; the following notices, agendas and newspaper clipping were removed from the book: 
Oct. 5, 1985 meeting notice and agenda with hand written minutes from that meeting; 
Meeting notice, September 12, 1987, joint meeting with Quad-Cities Peace Council with note from Ray Teeple
Declaration of Peace by Scott County Farmers Association, April 4, 1987, 2 copies
Newspaper clipping, letter to the Editor from Ray Teeple "New Deal for Agriculture: Peace, parity, power" in The North Scott Press, January 4, 1989
Newspaper clipping, Oct 7, 1989 meeting notice
Newspaper clipping, letter to the Editor from Ray Teeple, "Tax incentive aren't a solution"
Newspaper clipping, letter to the Editor from Ray Teeple, "Tax breaks no solution for economy"
Newspaper clipping, obituary for Mrs. Edna Untiedt
Meeting notice, January 6, 1990, and photocopies of Ray Teeple letters to the editor "Economic, social, political justice" to The North Scott Press, Nov. 29, 1989 and "Organic farming is alternative" in Quad-City Times, Dec. 14, 1989
Newspaper clipping re: Oct 7, 1989 meeting
Newspaper clipping, letter to the Editor from Ray Teeple "Let's boost family farms" c. 1989
Platform for Peace and Economic Security: page 1 - Peace, page 2 - Economic Security (2 copies), c. 1990
1998.97.59 Letter written by Ray Teeple re: meeting on organic farming and speaker Professor Wayne Oberle, March 3, 1989
Folder 4 1999-18 Davenport High School Classes of 1924 and 1925 (Robert McCue)
1999.18.1 Booklet "Songs and Yells of the Davenport High School, 1921", published by High School Press (in 2 pieces, A & B)
1999.18.2 Class of 1924 Commencement announcement, June 20, 1924
1999.18.3 Speech by Vern[adine] Berry to Classes of 1924 and 1925 at their 60th class reunion, 1985
1999.18.4 Newspaper The Sunset West Intermediate School, Vol. 2, No. 4, January 1921, included history of Class of 1921
1999.18.5 Correspondence and story by Baron Little? about Archie Allen Camp in the 1920s as told by Lola Olinger Arnold, Jan. 1983
1999.18.6 Newsletter The Youngster published by J. B. Young Intermediate School, Vol. 1, No. 1, September 1920
1999.18.7 Newsletter The Youngster published by J. B. Young Intermediate School, Vol. 1, No. 2, October 1920
1999.18.8 Newsletter The Youngster published by J. B. Young Intermediate School, Vol. 1, No. 3, November, 1920
1999.18.9 Newsletter The Youngster published by J. B. Young Intermediate School, Vol. 1, No. 4, December 1920
1999.18.10 Newsletter The Youngster published by J. B. Young Intermediate School, Vol. 1, No. 5, January 1921, Graduation Issue
1999.18.11 Photograph of J. B. Young Class of Jan. 1921, see Jan. 1921 issue of The Youngster for identification
1999.18.12 Booklet Intermediate Schools, Davenport, Iowa includes floor plans, exterior photographs, list of teachers and principles for East, West and J. B. Young Intermediate Schools (now Sudlow, Smart and J.B. Young Schools), c. 1921
1999.18.13 2-page letter to Ruth Perkins Batten from Warren F. Postel, November 20, 1985, re: list in Davenport, late 1910s and 1920s, includes Postel's memories of Bix Beiderbecke, and other classmates.
1999.18.14 2- page letter (and envelope) to Ruth Perkins Batten from Warren F. Postel, June 3, 1986, re: contemporary activities and classmates.
1999.18.15 Letter (and envelope) to Ruth Perkins Batten from Warren F. Postel, June 24, 1986, re: personal travel and work for Nuffield Medical Foundation in England
1999.18.16 Newspaper clipping: Bill Wundrum's column, Dec. 30, 1985 "Spare that shaft" mentions Warren Postel
1999.18.17 Handwritten 2-page letter to Hazel Williamson (Class of 1924 newsletter editor) from Dick Mittlebusher, n.d., re: 1910s Davenport movie theatres.
1999.18.18 Handwritten 2-page letter (and envelope) to Ruth Perkins Batten (Secretary, Class of 1924) and Hazel Williamson (Class of 1924 newsletter editor) from Mr. E. M. (Murray) Goff, May 28. 1992, re: recollection of Davenport, c. 1920s, plus poem "Reflections"
1999.18.19 Handwritten 2-page letter to Ruth Perkins Batten and Hazel Williamson from Mr. E. M. (Murray) Goff, February 19, 1992, recollection of Davenport, c. 1920s, plus poem "Reflections"
1999.18.20 Handwritten 2-page letter to Ruth Perkins Batten from Mr. E. M. (Murray) Goff, October 15, 1990, re: recollection of dance bands heard in Davenport, early 1930s
1999.18.21 Handwritten 2-page letter to Ruth Perkins Batten from Mr. E. M. (Murray) Goff, March 3, 1990, re: individuals from Class of 1923-25 who he knew; newspaper clipping Waterloo Courier, Feb. 11, 1990, re: Murray and his wife, Frances Snavely, wedding in 1935
1999.18.22 Handwritten 2-page letter (and envelope) to Ruth Perkins Batten from Ruth Benson Shippy, April 6, 1988, re: Principal George Edward Marshall and teacher Boyd Collins
1999.18.23 Handwritten 4-page (2-sheet) letter to Ruth Perkins Batten from Henriette White, February 23, 1990, re: downtown Davenport
1999.18.24 Typed 1-page letter (and envelope) to Ruth Perkins Batten from Harold J. (Hal) Wieck, May 23, 1985, re; memories of Principal George Edward Marshall
1999.18.25 8x10 color photograph of 60th reunion of Davenport High School Class of 1924-25, 1985: Back row: Ruth Perkins Batten, Richard Mittlebusher, Ruth Bell, Asman, Frank Asman; 3rd row: Hazel Kline Williamson, Lloyd Batten, Vernadine Demonig Berry, Charles Parlmele, Aline Ketelsen; 2nd row: Lucille Scannell Rohlf, Henry Neuman, Edith Sorenson Shorey; 1st row: Alvin Bargmann, Howard Brownlie, Edna Spires, Larry Waldvogel, Paul Armil, Elsa Herd, Marietta Jamison Armil.
1999.18.26 Program for DHS/CHS Hall of Honor, 1994-1995, March 3, 1995, includes short bios for honorees Lilah Mergy Bell, Malvin L. Hansen, Robert B. Lapham, Gifford Morrison Mast; and list of honorees inducted since 1989; Also short bios for 1993 Bechtel Honors Scholarship Winners Emily Beth Fierce and Ryan M. Meyer; poem by Dick Stahl
1999.18.27 Newspaper clipping [Quad City Times] "WOC-TV Celebrates 25 Years on the Tube" Oct. 31, 1974
 
Folder 5 1999-26
1999.26.4D Minolta Camera Guarantee Certificate No. 1363
1999.26.4E Minolta Camera Limited Warranty dated August 1983
 
Folder 6 1999-38 Books from Ray Teeple
1999.38.1 Biographical Sketch of Fred Stover published by U. S. Farmers Association, 1985
1999.38.2 Milo Reno, Farmers Union Pioneer, 1866-1936, A Memorial Volume published by Iowa Farmers Union, 1941
1999.38.3 Report and Recommendations on Organic Farming published by US Dept. of Agriculture, 1980
 
Folder 7 1999-42 Jacquie Salisbury
1999.42.1 Educational Agreement, Rock Island School District No. 41, 1970-71
1999.42.2 Booklet "What you should tell you child about money" published by Gesell Institute of Child Development. Gift of Community Savings and Loan Assn, East Moline, IL, 1965
1999.42.3 Brochure "The Story of Your Milk" from Baker's Dairy Products, Moline, IL and insert "Here are the Facts about our Thrifty, Delicious Gurnzgold", early 1960s
1999.42.4 Booklet "East Moline-Silvis, Illinois/Partners in Progress . . . Watch Us Grow!" published by East Moline-Silvis Chamber of Commerce, n.d.
Donation also includes clothing patterns stored with other clothing patterns.
 
Folder 8 1999-43 The American Bride
The American Bride magazine published by Good Housekeeping Studio, 1944
1999.43.1a Floor coverings - Wallpaper - Paint
1999.43.1b Bed Linens - Blankets - Towels
1999.43.1c China - Silver - Glass
1999.43.1d Upholstered Furniture - Slipcovers - Curtains
1999.43.1e Wood Furniture
1999.43.1f Showers
1999.43.1g Everything About Engagements
1999.43.1h Planning Your Wedding
1999.43.1i The Wedding Day
1999.43.1j Decorating Color Schemes
1999.43.1k Envelope for previous addressed to Miss Ann Remmen, 816 1/2 Pershing Ave, Davenport IA, postmarked March 1945
 
Folder 9 1999-50
1999.50.1 Republican State Convention Official Program, July 24-25, 1970
1999.50.2 Iowa Presidential Convention Program, July 7-8, 1972
 
Folder 10 1999-52
1999.52.1 1998 Annual Report for Lilly Industries, Inc. titled "Coating for Protection and Beauty the World Over"
 
Folder 11 1999-49 (SHOULD BE 1999-58)
1999.49.1-2 Brochure "Boetje's Favorite Recipes" distributed by Boetje Food, Inc., Rock Island, c. 1999 (two copies)
 
Folder 12 1999-61 Bent River Brewing Company
1999.61.2-4 Product sheet for company beer products "Six Good Reasons to Go to Happy Hour", c. 1999 (3 copies)
1999.61.5 Table top advertisement "Hand Crafted Lagers & Ales", with Egyptian statue on verso, c. 1999
1999.61.6 Table top advertisement "Hand Crafted Lagers & Ales", with gopher on verso, c. 1999
1999.61.14 Partial roll of stickers, "Get Bent!"
 
Folder 13 1999-64
1999.64.1 Brochure for "The New Water Bear" Red Jacket Pump manufactured by Marley Pump Company, c. 1996 (accession also includes pump)
 
Folder 14 1999-72
1999.72.3 Integrated Mathematics Activity Book published by McDougal Little/Houghton Mifflin, printed by Bawden Printing Inc., 1995
 
Folder 15 1999-90 Quad City Steamwheelers
1999.90.1-9 9 black and white 35 mm negatives and contact strips of press conference announcing inaugural season of Arena Football 2 on October 28, 1999, held at the Mark of the Quad Cities, people unidentified
 
Folder 16 1999-90 Quad City Steamwheelers
1999.90.10 2-page press release "Pro Football Steams Back into the Quad Cities" announcing inaugural season of arena football team, October 28, 1999
1999.90.11 1-page press release, player biography for Ed Gibson (Davenport native)
1999.90.12 1-page press release, player biography for Russ Vanwetzinga (Davenport native)
1999.90.13 1-page press release, player biography for Dempsey Miller (Davenport native)
 
Folder 17 1999-100 and 2001-45 Mississippi Valley Fair Books
1999.100.1 79th Annual Mississippi Valley Fair book, August 4-9, 1998
2003.3.19 80th Annual Mississippi Valley Fair book, August 3-8, 1999
2001.45.1 81st Annual Mississippi Valley Fair book, August 1-6, 2000
2001.3.20 82nd Annual Mississippi Valley Fair book, July 31-August 5, 2001
2001.3.21 83rd Annual Mississippi Valley Fair book, July 30-August 4, 2002
 
Folder 18 1999-103 Chiropractic
1999.103.3 Invoice to Clyde Reese from The Palmer School of Chiropractic for adjustment and Spinograph, August 20, 1917
1999.103.4 Application to the Palmer School of Chiropractic for Spinograph for Margaret Adele Reece, Aug. 20, 1917
 
Folder 19 1999-104
1999.104.27 Ink blotter with advertising for Wagner's Printery, 316 Harrison Street, Davenport, IA, "Good Printing is 'welcome as flowers that bloom in the spring.'", April 1903
1999.104.26 Ink blotter with advertising for Wagner's Printery, "don't Swear. . " 1902
1999.104.25 Ink blotter with advertising for Wagner's Printery, "Let Us Have A Crack at Your Printing," July 1902
Wagners Midwestern Landmarks series of lithographs printed by Wagner Printer, Davenport and Cedar Rapids, each litho folder includes information on the print's subject, the artist and the printing method used to make the print, printed in the 1960s
1999.104.1 No. 1 "The Sentinel" by Ronald J. Oswald, Bettendorf, IA, information on "The Silvis Yards"
1999.104.2 No. 2 "Snake Alley" by Harold W. Pond, Burlington, IA, info about Burlington's Snake Alley
1999.104.3 No. 3 "Little Bohemia" by Marvin Cone, Cedar Rapids, IA, info about Little Bohemia tavern/building at 3rd Street and 16th Avenue in Cedar Rapids
1999.104.4 No. 4 "Old Main" by Magda Glatter, Rock Island, info about Augustana College's Old Main
1999.104.5 No. 5 "Little Brown Church" by Frank E. Kinney, Bradford, IA, info on the Cedar valley church
1999.104.6 No. 6 "The Harlan-Lincoln Home" by Dane D. Morgan, Burlington, IA, info on house in Mount Pleasant
1999.104.7 No. 9 "Amana Woolen Mill" by William Stebbins, formerly of Davenport, info on mill
1999.104.8 No. 11 "Galena" by Helen Kaiser, Rock Island, info on Galena
1999.104.9 No. 12 "Davenport" by Sally MacMillan, Rock Island, info on Davenport, view of Government Bridge and Davenport skyline from Arsenal Island
1999.104.10 No. 14 "De Witt Country Club" by Richard Hartung, Milan, IL, info on the club
1999.104.11 No. 17 "New Salem" by Phil Austin, Waukegan, IL, info on New Salem
1999.104.12 No. 19 "Dubuque Shot Tower" by Alex F. Yaworski, Chicago, IL, info on tower
1999.104.13 No. 22 "Old Capitol" by George Shane, Des Moines?, info on Iowa City, Old Capitol
1999.104.14 No. 23 "Shakerag Neighborhood" by Dorothy Bechtel Rossiter, Dubuque, info on Mineral Point, WI
1999.104.15 No. 24 "Pine Creek Mill" by Tom Chouteau, Davenport, info on Wild Cat Den State Park's mill
1999.104.16 No. 25 "Black Hawk Statue" by Richard J. Martikonis, Rockford, info on statue by Lorado Taft along Rock River
1999.104.17 No. 26 "Geneseo" by Jean Sieben, Geneseo, info on town, "Season's Greetings" on cover
1999.104.18 No. 28 "Marengo Log Cabin" by Robert W. Bauer, Cedar Rapids, info on cabin 
1999.104.19 No. 30 "Fort Mackinac" by Roy A. Bostrom, Quad Cities, info on fort, "Season's Greetings" on cover
1999.104.20 No. 31 "Land Bound Derelict" by Lawrence Dreshsler, Davenport, image of the W. J. Quinlan on dry dock, info re: Wagner commissioning of Paul Norton's watercolor of the Quinlan
1999.104.21 No. 32 "Dutton Place" by Russell D. Hempstead, formerly of Davenport, info on house in Durant
1999.104.22 No. 33 "Allamakee County Courthouse" by Edward P. Sullivan, Dubuque, info on Waukon, IA
1999.104.23 No. 37 "Ice fishing on the Mississippi" by Meta Nelson, Davenport, info on ice fishing near LaCrosse, WI
1999.104.24 No. 39 "The Mac Arthur Bridge" by Rudolph Carl Sandberg, Rock Island, info on bridge at Burlington, dated 1969
 
Folder 20 1999-110
1999.110.1 Flyer for Davenport Fair & Exposition, Sept 9-14, 1893, special performance of Garde Du Corps Band from Berlin, Germany, also playing at the World's Fair in Chicago
1999.110.2 Copy of previous
 
Folder 21 2001-23 Railroad tickets and stubs
2001.23.1 Baggage claim ticket from Muskegon, MI to Moline, IL on September 28, 1965, on the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. Co., in 2 parts
2001.23.2 Baggage claim ticket from Phoenix, Arizona, to Moline IL on Southern Pacific Company
2001.23.3 Baggage claim ticket from Jasper, Alabama to Moline, IL on Illinois Central Railroad, September 26, 1965
2001.23.4 Baggage claim ticket from Des Moines, to Moline on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific, in two parts
2001.23.5 Baggage claim ticket from Washington, D.C., to Moline, with a transfer in Chicago, in two parts, Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., transfer to C. R. I. & P.
2001.23.6 Baggage claim ticket from Englewood, IL to Moline on September 28, 1965, in two parts, on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
 
Folder 22 2002-02
2002.2.2 Wet Paint sign advertising Pratt & Lambert paint brand, stamp for Naecke's, 1718 E. Kimberly Road, Davenport
 
Folder 23 2002-47 USS Davenport radio/phonograph
2002.47.5 Manual for Federal Recorder Models 401-2-3-4-5-6-7, Combination Radio-Phonograph with Automatic Record Changer and Record Maker, c. 1945, instruction for Installation, Operation and Service
2002.47.6 Commissioning Program for PF-69, USS Davenport, Feb. 14, 1945
 
 
 
Folder 24 2002-8
2002.8.1d Flyer "Origin of the Hakata Doll" printed in English and Japanese, related to doll part of same accession
 
Folder 25 1999.126.2 Town Club Director's Binder (original order of binder maintained)
1 Photocopy of original binder cover
2 Board of Directors, 1979-1980: Wilfred Juckem, Dr. Jim Hodges, Harold Ziffren, Dudley Priester, Richard Peterson, J. S. Kimmel, Jr., Lee Marts, Dave Shern, Ron Rickman, Bill Stafford
3 Letter to members from Board of Directors, April 22, 1983, re: move of club location to Boozie's Bar and Grill from the Mississippi Hotel
4 Letter to member from Board of Directors, re: financial status of club, c. 1983
5 Letter to members from Board of Directors, re: not renewing liquor license, March 17, 1983
6-7 Minutes of December 6, 1982, board meeting (2 pages)
8 Operating Statement, November 30, 1982
9 Operating Statement, October 31, 1982
10 Invitation to Annual Founder Day stag, November 11, 1982, invitation dated October 27, 1982
11 Meeting minutes for October 11, 1982, R. W. Peterson, Secretary
12 Operating Statement, September 30, 1982
13 Operating Statement, August 31, 1982
14 Letter to members from David A. Shern, President, August 18, 1982, re: renovation of meeting room
15 Invitation to appearance of R. M. "Butch" Voris, WWII aviator, July 14, 1982
16 Meeting minutes May 17, 1982
17 Letter from Dick M. Meese to Club, May 5, 1982, re: assessment
18 Letter members, May 3, 1982, invitation to May 20 annual meeting
19 Meeting minutes for April 12, 1982
20 Operating Statement, April 30, 1982
21 Operating Statement, March 31, 1982
22 Operating Statement, February 28, 1982
23 Invitation to February dol Drums Party, February 26, 1982
24 Minute of Board meeting, January 18, 1982
25 Operating Statement, January 31, 1982
26 Operating Statement, December 31, 1981
27-29 3-page letter to St. Ambrose President Dr. William Bakrow re: Senator Dick Clark's appointment as Scholar in Residence for 1982 and club's reaction
30 Operating Statement, November 30, 1981
31 Operating Statement, October 31, 1981
32 Operating Statement, September 30, 1981
33 Operating Statement, August 31, 1981
34 Letter of resignation from membership from Laurence F. Jonson to Joseph Kimmel, July 4, 1981
35 Operating Statement, July 31, 1981
36 Operating Statement, June 30, 1981
37 Operating Statement, May 31, 1981
38 Operating Statement, April 30, 1981
39 Operating Statement, March 31, 1981
40 Operating Statement, February 28, 1981
41 Operating Statement, January 31, 1981
42 Meeting minutes, July 13, 1981
43 Board of Directors meeting minutes, June 8, 1981
44 Letter giving honorary membership to Dr. William Bakrow, President of St. Ambrose University, from David A. Shern, Secretary/Treasurer
45 Letter giving honorary membership to Dr. Lynn Bryant, President of Marycrest College, from David A. Shern, Secretary/Treasurer
46 Board of Directors meeting minutes, April 13, 1981
47 Page 2 of previous
48 Operating Statement, March 31, 1981
49 Operating Statement, February 28, 1981
50 Board of Directors meeting minutes, February 9, 1981
51 Board of Directors meeting minutes, January 12, 1981
52 Operating Statement, January 31, 1981
53 Operating Statement, December 31, 1980
54 Board of Directors meeting minutes, November 10, 1980
55 Letter to membership re: Christmas bonus for employees from David A. Shern, Secretary/Treasurer, November 13, 1980
56 Letter to membership re: Founder's meeting on November 6, 1980, honoring Henry Meese, from David A. Shern, October 22, 1980
57 Board of Directors meeting minutes, October 13, 1980
58 Membership list, September 1980
59 Page 2 of previous
60 Board of Directors meeting minutes, September 8, 1980
61 Page 2 of previous
62 Letter to J. S. Kimmel, Jr., re: joining membership of club from George Kertesz, August 20, 1980
63 Proposal for Membership for George J. Kertesz, August 13, 1980
64 Board of Directors meeting minutes, August 11, 1980
65 Letter to Mal Morency re: acceptance of resignation from club, from David A. Shern, July 30, 1980
66 Letter of resignation from Mal Morency, July 25, 1980
67 Letter to George Heninger re: acceptance of resignation from club, from David A. Shern, July 17, 1980
68 Letter of resignation from George Heninger, July 9, 1980
69 Board of Directors meeting minutes, July 14, 1980
70 Operating Statement, June 30, 1980
71 Meeting minutes, May 12, 1980
72 Meeting minutes, April 17, 1980
73 Memorandum to Board members, re: no business transacted at March 10 meeting, from Dave Shern, March 11, 1980
74 Memorandum to Board members, re: minutes of January meeting and financial statement enclosed, from Dave Shern, January 18, 1980
75 Board of Directors meeting minutes, January 14, 1980
76 Operating statement, December 31, 1979
77 Letter from Carl N. Stutz re: non payment of dues, to Treasurer, January 21, 1980
78 Letter to George B. Norman, re: request of leave of absence from membership, to David A. Shern, January 2, 1980
79 Letter to Board of Directors, re: request for leave of absence, from George B. Norman, December 21, 1979
80 Board of Directors meeting minutes, December 10, 1979
81 Memorandum to Board members, re: minutes, financial statement and correspondence enclosed, from David A. Shern, December 21, 1979
82 Operating statement, November 30, 1979
83 Letter to Brig. Gen. C. M. Prosser, re: acceptance of resignation, from David A. Shern, December 21, 1979
84 Letter to A. M. Walgren, re: acceptance of resignation, from David A. Shern, December 21, 1979
85 Letter to David Shern, re: resignation from club, from Chuck Prosser [Brig. Gen. C. M.], December 15, 1979
86 Letter to David Shern, re: resignation from club, from A. M. Walgren, December 13, 1979
87 Board of Directors meeting minutes, October 8, 1979
88 Board of Directors meeting minutes, September 10, 1979
89 Page 2 of previous
90 Board of Directors meeting minutes, July 10, 1979
91 Memorandum to Board, re: minutes and financial statement enclosed, from David A. Shern, June 14, 1979
92 Board of Directors meeting minutes, June 12, 1979
93 Letter to Joe Kimmel [Jr.], re: expression of appreciation at suggesting to send flowers to Davenport Club, from David A. Shern, October 10, 1979
94 Letter to Club, re: increase in rental and linen charges from W. J. "Bill" Huebner, manager of Mississippi Hotel, September 7, 1979
95 Letter to members, re: annual meeting on October 11, 1979 and financial state of club, from Jim Hodges, September 14, 1979
96 Copy of previous on letterhead
97 Membership list dated February 17, 1979
98 Page 2 of previous
99 Letter members re: First Annual President's Luncheon on April 18, from Jim Hodge, President, April 1, 1980
100 Letter to members, re: special meeting held to discuss financial situation and increase in dues, from David A. Shern, c. April 18, 1980?
101 Photocopy of Board of Directors meeting, February 8, 1977
102 Page 2 of previous
103 Page 3 of previous, membership list as of February 9, 1977
 
Folder 26
Composition Book by Anna Utley records family gatherings - where, when, who attended, meal served - includes photographs (people in photographs listed but not specifically identified), 1938-1942; family names include Walton, Utley, Armfield, Crees, Cudabeck, Williams, Ester, DeSmidt, Gatton
 
Folder 27 1999-93
1999.93.1 1997 Family Resources Inc, Annual Report
1999.93.17 1996 Family Resources Inc, Annual Report
[The remainder of this donation consists of copy negatives stored with photo coll.]
 
Folder 28 1991-164
1991.164.48a.2 Plat map of the Green Acres 3rd addition [Davenport?] filed May 19, 1939 in Miscellaneous Book 11 page 198
1991.164.48a.3 Plat map of the Green Acres addition along Division St. Road, Hwy. 122 [Davenport?]
 
Folder 29 2001-31
2001.31.26 U. S. Passport for Anna Callant, No. 185115, Mar. 28, 1930, born in Belgium
2001.31.44 3-sheet (6 page) "Brief History of the 4th Division, Organizations and Training," January 24, 1919, unit Frank Callant served in
Donation also included photographs of Frank Callant service in World War I and his son-in-law Tony DeKezel's service in World War II. Donation by Marie Callant DeKezel
 
Folder 30 2001-47 Bix Fest 2001
2001.47.1 a-d) 4 tickets to Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 19-22, 2001, ticket no. 2679, 2680, 2681, 2685
2001.47.2 Program for 30th Anniversary festival, 2001
 
Folder 31 2002-37 Steve Lyons
2002.37.1c Operating instructions for Electronic Portable Organ "Minicompact" by Farfisa, c. 1966
2002.37.1d Playing guide for Minicompact electronic organ
2002.37.1i Envelope for previous 2 items
2002.37.2c-d 2 advertising flyer for portable organ and amplifier
2002.37.3 Flyer for 'the Place", located in basement of the Davenport YMCA, c. 1966
 
Folder 32 2002-34 Carol Larson
2002.34.292 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1982
2002.34.293 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1984
2002.34.294 Tape recording log for 1984 festival
2002.34.295 Handwritten inventory of sound recordings for 1984 Bix Festival
2002.34.296 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1987
2002.34.297 Inventory of sound recordings for 1988 Bix Festival
2002.34.298 Inventory of sound recordings for 1989 Bix Festival
2002.34.299 Inventory of sound recordings for 1991 Bix Festival
2002.34.300 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1992
2002.34.301 Newspaper clipping of Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1992
2002.34.302 Inventory of sound recordings for 199 Bix Festival
2002.34.303 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Band Schedule, 1985
2002.34.304 Ticket stub for 1985 Bix Festival
2002.34.305 Copy of previous
2002.34.306 Copy of previous
 
Folder 33 2002-31
2002.31.1 The Search for Serenity by Joseph Stephen Kimmel, Sr., published by J. S. Kimmel, Jr., Davenport, Iowa, 1984
2002.31.2a Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gottlieb from J. S. Kimmel, Jr., re: family news plus copy of book enclosed, May 20, 1985
2002.31.2b photocopy of newspaper obit of Joseph S. Kimmel, Jr., July 28, 2002
 
Folder 34 2003-4
2003.4.1a Buffalo Carp, Volume 1 edited by Leslie Thompson, published by Quad City Arts, 2002
2003.4.1b One page description of the Buffalo Carp literary magazine
 
Folder 35 2002-1
2002.1.1d operator's manual "How to Use Your Kodascope Eight Model 70" movie projector
2002.1.9a instruction sheet for movie camera
2002.1.9b Information sheet on Cine-Kodak Kodachrome 8 or 16 mm film
 
Folder 36 2003-7
2003.7.3-5 Swing into Spring program, Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society celebration of Bix's 100th birthday, March 2003 (3 copies)
 
Folder 37 2001-56
2001.56.2 computer manual, Getting Started with Your Macintosh, 1990
2001.56.3 computer manual, Macintosh Reference, 1990
 
Folder 38 2003-9
2003.9.4a Operating instructions for ET550 Series Digivac Controller (traffic light controller), manufactured by Eagle Signal , 1972
2003.9.4b Standard features sheet for previous
2003.9.4c Blue prints for previous
 
Folder 39 2002-29
2002.29.2 20 Souvenir Views of Blackhawk State Park, Rock Island, Illinois: views include Hauberg Indian Museum: exterior (2 views), wicki-up; Watch Tower Inn: exterior (2 views), Lounge interior (6 views), Dining Room interior, entrance exterior; Indian Pow Wow: Flag Ceremony, Indian chiefs, Dance Ceremonials, dancers; West Boundary Trail of park; Indian Chief at Rock River Overlook; Indian Lookout at Rock River
 
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Arts--Applied--Crafts, etc. (2002-8)
Arts--Fine--Painting (1999-104)
Arts--Fine--Writing (1999-18, 2003-4)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--W. J. Quinlan (1999-104)
Boats & Boating--Warfare (2002-47)
Business & Industry--Advertisements (1999-61, 1999-104)
Business & Industry--Banking (1999-42)
Business & Industry--Brewing & Bottling (1999-61)
Business & Industry--Dairy (1999-42)
Business & Industry--Misc. (1999-49, 1999-65, 2003-9)
Business & Industry--Paint (1999-52, 2002-02)
Business & Industry--Photography (1999-26)
Business & Industry--Printing (1999-72, 1999-104
Business & Industry--Sporting Goods (1998-89)
Communications--Computers (2001-56)
Communication--Radio (2002-47)
Entertainment & Amusements--Fairs--Misc. (1999-110)
Entertainment & Amusements--Fairs--Mississippi Valley (Folder 17)
Entertainment & Amusements--Motion Pictures (2002-1)
Ethnic & Minority Groups--Misc. (2002-8)
Farms & Farming--Misc. (1998-97, 1999-38)
Farms & Farming--Organizations--Misc. (1998-97)
Groups--Identified (Folder 26)
Holidays & Celebrations--Festivals--Bix (2001-47, 2002-34, 2003-7)
Hotel, Motel, & Restaurants--Hotel (1999-126)
Houses & Households--Domestic Chores (1999-43)
Houses & Households--Furnishings (1999-43)
Indians--Arts & Crafts (2002-29)
Indians--Misc. (2002-29)
Indians--Villages & Houses (2002-29)
Medicine--Chiropractic (1999-103)
Military & War-- Indian (1957-24)
Military & War--World War I--Misc. (2001-31)
Military & War--World War II--Misc. (2002-47)
Mills--Water Wheels (1999-104)
Music--Bands (1999-110, 2002-34, 2002-37)
Music--Instruments (2002-37)
Music--Recordings & Equipment (2002-34)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Misc. (1999-18)
Organizations & Clubs--Chamber of Commerce (1999-42)
Organizations & Clubs--Misc. (1998-97, 1999-126, 1999-93, 2003-4)
Organizations & Clubs--YMCA/YWCA (2002-37)
Parks & Park Recreation--Blackhawk Watch Tower (2002-29)
Parks & Park Recreation--Wild Cat Den (1999-104)
Politics (1998-97, 1999-50)
Railroads--Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific (2001-23)
Railroads--Illinois Central (2001-23)
Railroads--Misc. (2001-23)
Railroads--Tracks, Siding, Shops, Yards, Signals (1999-104)
Roads & Highways--Misc. (2003-9)
Schools & Education--Colleges--Augustana (1999-104)
Schools & Education--Intermediate--J. B. Young (1999-18)
Schools & Education--Secondary--Central (1999-18)
Schools & Education--Rock Island (1999-42)
Schools & Education--Teachers (1999-18, 1999-42)
Social Life & Customs--Family Activities (Folder 26, 2002-1)
Social Life & Customs--Weddings (1999-43)
Social Protest--War (1998-97)
Social Services--Misc. (1999-93)
Sports--Cycling (1998-89)
Sports--Football (1999-90)
Cities--Davenport--Bird's Eye & Aerial Views (1999-104)
Cities--Davenport--Misc. (1991-164)
Cities--East Moline (1999-42)
Cities--Geneseo (1999-104)
Cities--Misc. (1957-24)
Cities--Silvis (1999-42)
State, Iowa (1999-50)
National--Misc. (1999-50)
 
People
 
--Anderson, Robert W. (1998-89)
--Arnold, Lola Olinger (1999-18)
--Bakrow, Dr. William (1999-126)
--Batten, Ruth Perkins (1999-18)
--Bechtel, Marilyn (1998-97)
--Beiderbecke, Bix (1999-18)
--Bell, Lilah Mergy (1999-18)
--Berry, Vernadine Demonig (1999-18)
--Bostrom, Roy A. (1999-104)
--Bryant, Dr. Lynn (1999-126)
--Callant, Anna (2001-31)
--Callant, Frank (2001-31)
--Chouteau, Tom (1999-104)
--Collins, Boyd (1999-18)
--Dammann, Dorothy (1998-97)
--Dreshsler, Lawrence (1999-104)
--Fierce, Emily Beth (1999-18)
--Gibson, Ed (1999-90)
--Glatter, Magda (1999-104)
--Goff, E. M. (Murray)
--Goff, Frances Snavely (1999-18)
--Grell, Helen (1998-97)
--Hansen, Malvin L. (1999-18)
--Hempstead, Russell D. (1999-104)
--Heninger, George (1999-126)
--Hodges, Jim (1999-126)
--Juckem, Wilfred (1999-126)
--Kaiser, Helen (1999-104)
--Kertesz, George (1999-126)
--Kimmel, Joseph. S. Jr. (1999-126, 2002-31)
--Kimmel, Joseph. S. Sr. (2002-31)
--Lapham, Robert B. (1999-18)
--MacMillan, Sally (1999-104)
--Marshall, George Edward (1999-18)
--Martung, Richard (1999-104)
--Mast, Gifford Morrison (1999-18)
--Meese, Henry (1999-126)
--Meyer, Ryan M. (1999-18)
--Miller, Dempsey (1999-90)
--Mittlebusher, Richard (Dick) (1999-18)
--Morency, Mal (1999-126)
--Nelson, Meta (1999-104)
--Norman, George B. (1999-126)
--Oberle, Wayne (1998-97)
--Oswald, Ronald J. (1999-104)
--Peterson, Richard W. (1999-126)
--Postel, Warren F. (1999-18)
--Prosser, Brig. Gen. C. M. (Chuck) (1999-126)
--Reece, Clyde (1999-103)
--Reece, Margaret Adele (1999-103)
--Reno, Milo (1999-38)
--Sandberg, Rudolph Carl (1999-104)
--Shern, David A. (1999-126)
--Shippy, Ruth Benson (1999-18)
--Stahl, Dick (1999-18)
--Stebbins, William (1999-104)
--Stover, Fred (1998-97, 1999-38)
--Swan, Catherine (1998-97)
--Swan, John (1998-97)
--Teeple, Ray (1998-97)
--Teigland, Donald C. (1998-97)
--Teigland, Marguerite (1998-97)
--Townsend, Ages (1998-97)
--Untiedt, Edna (1998-97)
--Utley, Anna (Folder 26)
--Vanvetzinga, Russ (1999-90)
--Walgren, A. M. (1999-126)
--White, Henriette (1999-18)
--Wieck, Harold J. (Hal) (1999-18)
--Williamson, Hazel Kline (1999-18)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collections Box 7 
 
Folder 1 1996-30
1996.30.1B Use and Care of Cooking Guide for a GE Countertop Microwave Oven (model JE80T)
 
Folder 2 2005-19 Christina Kastell, 1996-97 Karen Brooke, 1996-121 Larry McNeal
2005.19.1 Flyer for the UTHS Madrigal Dinner Concert and Art show
2005.19.2 Program for the Madrigal Dinner Concert and Art Show
 
1996.97.6 Davenport Central High School Athletics Activity Booklet (tickets), 1963 
 
1996.121.3 Moline High School Student Phone Directory, 1963
 
Folder 3 1997-79
1997.79.1 Civil Defense Information as set forth by the Civil Defense Director of the City of Moline in the
case of either a natural or military emergency
 
Folder 4 1997-72
1997.72.1a The Report on the Properties of the Davenport Cement Co in Buffalo Iowa from Robert W. Hunt & Co. Engineers containing information regarding: location and acreage, transportation, examination and prospecting, analysis, quantity, plant site, labor and housing conditions, quarrying conditions, Iowa cement plants, summary, map showing distribution of cement plants and principal lime stone formations in the U.S., location map of Davenport Cement Co. property showing its geographical relation to Davenport, Rock Island, Moline and Muscatine, contour map of Davenport Cement Co. property, structural section c-g Davenport Cement Co. Buffalo, Iowa, map showing locations of Prospect drill holes of Davenport Cement Co. property, seven sheets of Columnar Sections of Davenport Cement Co., and detailed and weighted average analysis of prospect drill holes 
1997.72.1b-c 2-page document – “An analysis of the rock” – removed from 1997.72.1a
1997.72.1d Further description of the samples of sand, clay, and shale by CJ. Reilly from S.S. Davis in the Report on the Properties of the Davenport Cement Co.  in Buffalo Iowa from Robert W. Hunt & Co. Engineers
1997.72.1e An August 6 1913 sample of sand clay and shale from S. S. Davis
1997.72.1c Davenport Cement Co. certificate saying that William L. Mueller r. E.C.M. is the owner of fifty fully paid and non assessable shares of the preferred capital stock signed by the company president (Jos. R. Lane?) and secretary (Charles Shuler), June 1, 1921
 
Folder 5 1995-16
1983/84 Membership Directory of Grace United Methodist Church, Davenport Iowa, published by Olan Mills
Civil Defense Supplement to the American Red Cross First Aid Textbook, Jan. 1951
Letter removed from previous items, noting changes in book/training dated Oct. 8, 1953, distributed by Rock Island News Agency, published by Interstate Publishing Co., Inc., Everett, MA, no date, Davenport’s northern city limits is just north of Kimberly Road, western limit if Fairmont Street; Bettendorf’s northern city limits is just north of Lincoln Road.
Map of Rock Island Moline- E. Moline Illinois Davenport- Bettendorf Iowa with street index
First Aid Instructors Manual for standard and advanced courses by the American National Red Cross in Washington DC., 1946
 
Folder 6 1991-127
1991.127.1 Program of Moline Boy's Choir for October 25, 1980 at the Illinois State Convention
1991.127.2 Pamphlet on the Moline Boy's Choir in their 42nd Annual Concert on April 14, 1991
1991.127.3 Pamphlet on the Moline Boy's Choir in their presentation of "The Singing Boy's of the Mississippi Valley"
1991.127.4 Commemorative Book for the 25th Anniversary of the Moline Boy's Choir on 1973
 
Folder 7 1991-122
1991.122.2 Flyer for the June Jamboree VII, June 21-25 1989, featuring John Kay and Steppenwolf, The Shirelles and Elvis Wade, The Temptations and Fabian
 
Folder 8 1996-48
1996.48.2 Bus schedule for Kennedy Drive. N. 20th Street, East Moline effective July 1, 1978
 
Folder 9 2005-23
2005.23.1 Log Book for Rotary Past Presidents Club, Davenport, listing presidents from 1911 to 1985, members, and includes photographs and meeting notes
 
Folder 10 1991-82
1991.82.58d manual for how to use the Electrolux cleaner and air purifier, c. 1935
 
Folder 11 1997-46
1997.46.26 Ham Radio Calling Card KOAAG for James Larson, 1950s 
1997.46.27a-b Bix Run Spotter Net for 1994 (2-pages)
1997.46.28 Official Bix Jazz Festival Souvenir Program for July 28-31, 1994
1997.46.29 Official Bix Jazz Festival Souvenir Program for July 22-25, 1993
1997.46.30 Newsletter for Catfish Jazz Society, July 1991
1997.46.31 Special Souvenir Program for the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 25-28 1991 
1997.46.32 Bix  '90 band schedule
1997.46.33 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival program, July 26-29, 1990
1997.46.34 A volunteer thank you note for the Quad City Times Bix 7
1997.46.35 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival program (printed by the Leader), July 27-30 1989
1997.46.36 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival flyer, July 27-30 1989
1997.46.37a-b Bixiana newsletter from the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Society, c. 1972 with envelope (accession record says 1980s)
1997.46.38 Bixiana newsletter, March 1975 (significant insect damage)
1997.46.39 Bixiana newsletter, Oct. 1972 postmark
1997.46.40 Bixiana newsletter, July 1973
1997.46.41 Bixiana newsletter, September 1975 (some insect damage)
1997.46.42 Bix '88 Band Schedule
1997.46.43a-b Bix '86 Band Schedule (2 copies)
1997.46.44 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival flyer, July 23-26, 1981 
1997.46.45 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival flyer, July 24-27, 1975 (some insect damage)
1997.46.46 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival small poster, July 24-27, 1975
1997.46.47 “Jim Taylor Presents… “ flyer for recording including Bix Fest records, 1972-1974
1997.46.48 '76 Bix Festival Band schedule
1997.46.49 Flyer for Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival '76 in Davenport Iowa
 
These items also part of donation but not listed on gift form
o Bixiana newsletter, 1972
o Bix '87 Band Schedule
o Copy of receipt for funeral assessments for L. B. Beiderbecke
 
Folder 12 X-1997-82
o speech for the centennial birthday of the Davenport Public Museum about museums and the history of this museum in particular
o Dedication speech at the opening of the new building and homage to William Clement Putnam, May 4, 1963 by Dr. Louis Kornder
o Paper talking about Joseph Duncan Putnam
o Paper on the Davenport Public Museum including information about the museum as an institution, its growth, the collections, the finances and operation, exhibits, attendance, educational group visits, the proposed education department, job descriptions for two museum instructors, job descriptions for a secretary of the education department, and staff costs (written around 1967) from Dr. Kornder
 
Folder 13 1996-99 
1996.99.1 Newspaper clipping about the second annual Bix 7 run, Sunday August 1, 1976
 
Folder 14 1992-82
2005.13.4 financial ledger “The Business of Running A Home”, unused, provided by Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1926
2005.13.5a The Natural Eyesight System Daily Practice Program, Vision Test Record
2005.13.5b The Natural Eyesight System, Step One booklet
2005.13.5c The Natural Eyesight System, Step Two booklet
2005.13.5d The Natural Eyesight System, Step Three booklet
2005.13.5e The Natural Eyesight System, Step Four booklet
2005.13.5f The Natural Eyesight System, Step five booklet
2005.13.5g Eye Coordination Chart
2005.13.5h Natural Vision Test Chart, No 1. Copyright 1933
2005.13.5i Natural vision Test Chart, No. 2 Copyright 1935
2005.13.5j Envelope from The Personnel Institute to Mr. Frank Pollner, October 1939
 
Folder 15 1996-121
1996.121.9 “The Line O’ Type” Moline Senior High school newspaper, June 4, 1965, including sports and honor pages
1996.121. 10 Sheet music “Santa and the Purple People Eater” by Sheb Wooley, 1958
 
Folder 16 1997-41
1997.41.1-2 Paper Halloween decoration: skull and crossbones (2)
1997.41.3 Paper Halloween decoration: jointed skeleton
1997.41.4 Paper Halloween decoration: jointed black cat
1997.41.5-6 Paper Halloween decoration: jack-o-lantern (2)
1997.41.7 Paper Halloween decoration: witch on wooden broom
 
Folder 17            1996-136
1996.136.1        Bettendorf vs. Fulton football program from October 5th 1956
 
Folder 18            1996-137
1996.137.1         St. Mary's vs. Bettendorf football program from September 29th 1956
 
Folder 19 1996-51
1996.51.1 Booklet entitled "Your Baby's Care" from 1949, compliments of Mercy Hospital and Iowana 
Farms Milk Co., Davenport, IA
 
Folder 20 1996-106
1996.106. 1 Postcard of Miss Donna from the Romper Room WOC-TV 1959
 
Folder 21 1996-90
1996.90.1 St. Anthony's Hospital, Rock Island, Bill for childbirth, charged to Ben McAdams, July 7, 1960
 
Folder 22 X-1996-19
X.1996.19.1 Mad Magazine No. 123 Dec 1968 
 
Folder 23 1996-73
1996.73.1 Booklet entitled “Gene Pitney Shower of Stars” featuring photos and bio info on recording artists Gene Ptiney, Gary Lewis and the playboys, The Hullaballoos, Dobie Gray, Bobby Goldsboro, Darin D’anna, The Reflections, Brian Hyland, Vic Dana, the Crystals, Ronnie Cochrane, and The Bill Black Combo
 
Folder 24 1996-115
1996.115. 1 Booklet entitled “Reading, Merit Badge Series” for the Boy Scouts of America, 1962
 
Folder 25 1996-54
1996.54.1 Davenport Central High School vs. Jefferson High School football program, November 11, 1966
1996.54.2 Davenport Central High School vs. Rock Island High School football program, October 25, 1968 including Homecoming Court
 
Folder 26 1997-85
1997.85.1 Moline High School vs. Davenport Central basketball program, Friday February 20, 1970
1997.85.2 Moline High School vs. Marshall basketball program, Saturday February 28, 1970 
1997.85.3 Quad Cities Tennis Foundation Pro Tennis '77 Program, May 14, 1977
1997.85.4 Recruiting booklet "Let Yourself Grow/Women in Today’s Army”, July 1973
 
Folder 27 1996-83
1996.83.1 “Busy Timmy, a Little Golden Book” by Kathryn and Byron Jackson, Pictures by Eloise Wilkin, published by Simon and Schuster, 1948
1996.83.2 “Busy Timmy: Timmy is a Big Boy Now” & “The Three Bears” Golden Records distributed by Simon and Schuster, 1950
 
Folder 28 1996-147
1996.147.1 Selective Service Registration card January 1969 for Roger W. Emeis
 
Folder 29 2003-31
2003.31.1 Small page of letterhead for Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport Iowa
2003.31.2 Large page of letterhead for Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport Iowa
2003.31.3 Small envelope from The Free Studio up on the Hill in Davenport Iowa to Capt. Oscar Schmidt
2003.31.4 First Trust and Savings Bank, Davenport, little calendar card, 1945
2003.31.5 The Civic Music Association presents Alexander Uninsky, pianist, program, 1943
2003.31.6 Alexander Uninsky program, Central Congregational Church, Galesburg, Nov. 15, 1943
2003.31.7 The Civic Music Association presents Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson program, Dec. 2, 1943
2003.31.8 Bartlett and Robertson Flyer, for Dec. 2, 1943 concert at Orpheum Theatre, [Davenport]
2003.31.9 The Civic Music Association presents the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra program, Jan. 20, 1944
2003.31.10 Flyer for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra under Fabien Sevitzky presented by Civic Music Association, Jan. 20, 1944
2003.31.11 Program for the Philadelphia Opera Company in The Bat presented by the Civic Music Association, Jan. 31, 1944
2003.31.12 Flyer for the Philadelphia Opera Company concert, January 31, 1944
2003.31.13 Program for Rudolf Serkin presented by the Civic Music Association, March 27, 1944
2003.31.14 Flyer for Rudolf Serkin concert, March 27, 1944 
2003.31.15 Program for Ezio Pinza as presented by the Civic Music Association, April 25, 1955
2003.31.16 Flyer for Ezio Pinza concert, April 25, 1944
2003.31.17 Program for Tri-City Symphony Orchestra, December 19, 1943 at the Masonic Temple Auditorium, Davenport
2003.31.18 Program for the recital of Paul Draper and Larry Adler, November 23, 1943 at the Orpheum Theater and ticket stubs
2003.31.19 Single page program for "Junior Miss" at the Orpheum Theater on Thursday evening November 18 [1943] and ticket stubs
2003.31.20 Program for Ethel Barrymore in "The Corn is Green" at the Orpheum Theater on Tuesday December 14, 1943 and ticket stubs
2003.31.21 Program for "Blithe Spirit" at the Orpheum Theater on Monday, January 24, 1944 and ticket stubs
2003.31.22 Exhibit program for "Fine Arts of the Cinema" at the Davenport Municipal Art Gallery courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Dec. 1943
2003.31.23 Program for The Masquers of Friendly House presentation of "Thunder Rock" on Tuesday Evening, November 30, 1943
2003.31.24 Program for St. Katherine's School's presentation of the pianists Helen Henigbaum and Doris Gray  on Friday January 14, 1944
2003.31.25 Program for St. Katherine's School representation of "The Guiding Star" on December 15
2003.31.26 Program for the 20th Annual Picnic of the Scott County Farmers' Educational Co-Operative Union at the Mississippi Valley Fair grounds on Sunday September 5, 1943
 
Folder 30 2003-27
2003.27.2 Photographic reproduction of architectural drawing of the addition to Handicapped Development Center, Davenport, designed by Soenke & Wyland, Architects, drawing by Paul N. Norton
 
Folder 31 2003-25
2003.25.1-2 Centennial Film Festival bookmark for the Bettendorf Public Library, 2003
2003.25.3-4 Bettendorf Public Library Centennial Calendar bookmark, 2003
 
Folder 32 1990-13 (see Archival Box 1 folder 15 for related materials)
Booklet for Derbytown camp, run by YMCA, Akron, Ohio
Program for the 19th All American Soap Box Derby, August 8-12, 1956
Official weekend schedule and daily program for the 19th All American Soap Box Derby
All American Soap Box Derby Champions list, 7 page, 1956
Program for the Quint- Cities Soap Box Derby, July 21, 1956
Soap Box Derby Inspection sheet approved for Richard Moffitt
Souvenir program for the 22nd All American Soap Box Derby, August 16, 1959
Building Guide for a soap box car
The official Rule booklet for the 1957 Soap Box Derby
Official Rules Booklet for the Soap Box Derby of 1959
 
Folder 33 1991-82
1991.82.83e Osterizer cookbook for blender, John Oster Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee Wisconsin
1991.82.83f Oster price list
1991.82.83g Freezer tips sheet for Oster blender, John Oster Manufacturing Co., Milwaukee Wisconsin
1991.82.83I.1 Professional Mixing Guide Booklet for mixed drinks, Angostura-Wuppermann Corp., NY
 
Folder 34 1993-9-1b
1993.9.1b Electrohome guide booklet, warranty information, and instructions for a console stereo receiver and phonograph  
 
Folder 35 1996-19
1996.19.1-2 Quad Cities, Iowa/Illinois Mississippi River Corridor Design Principles, January 1996 (2 copies)
 
Folder 36 1996-20
1996.20.1 Brochure for Nature Event "Take It to the River" from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources with schedule of events
1996.20.2 1995 "Take It to the River" flyer, at Credit Island Park 
 
Folder 37 1996-4
1996.4.1-2 Channel Cat Water Taxi schedule and guide book, 1995 (2 copies)
 
Folder 38 2001-51
2001.51.1 Folder containing sample pages for the Tri-City Lithographing & Printing Co. of Davenport Iowa includes letterhead from local companies Kohrs Packing Company, Bear Manufacturing Company, Brown’s Business College, Commercial Investment Corporation, Commonwealth Stock and Bond Co., Davenport Besler Company, Davenport Machine and Foundry Co., The First National Bank of DeWitt, Hickey Brothers Inc., Hotel Blackhawk, Knights of Columbus, Davenport, The Lee Syndicate Newspapers, M. A. Ford, Mfg. Co. Inc., MacX Feed Milling Co., Clinton, Midland Iron & Steel Corp., Modern Woodmen of America, Moline Dispatch – Rock Island Argus, Montgomery Elevator Company, Strombeck-Becker Manufacturing Co., Union Malleable Iron Works of Deere & Company [c. 1950]
 
Folder 39
2001.51.2 Bound book containing sample pages for the Tri-City Lithographing & Printing Co.[c. 1950]  including local companies Sieg Company; Tony Wolter’s Service Station, 7th & Marquette, Davenport; M. A. Ford Mfg. Co.; Allen, Myers & Company, Rock Island; R. G. Tunnicliff, Land Surveyor, Davenport; Maack Grain Company, Walcott; Lusk Davenport Candy Company; Peter N. Jacobsen Cigar Co., Davenport; Lagomarcino Grupe Co., Burlington; Independent Baking Co., Davenport; F. J. Stahmer Shoe Company, Davenport; Petersen-Harned-Von Maur; The McClelland Company; French & Hecht; Commonwealth Stock & Bond Co., Rock Island; Harry Alter & Sons, Davenport; Simon and Landauer Co.; Ruhl & Ruhl Insurance; Gordon-Van Tine Co., Zoller Brewing Co., Davenport; Royal Neighbors of America; Voss Washing Machine; Westco Jet Pumps, Bettendorf; Ar-Dent denture cleaner, Maquoketa; Moline Iron Works; Chief Alinement Corp., Rock Island; Marlin Associates, Inc., Rock Island, electrical appliances; Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Davenport; Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Company; Davenport Bank and Trust; Davenport Machine and Foundry Co.; Sta-krisp Potato Chips, Davenport; Pearl City Manf. Co., Muscatine; Blackhawk Brewing Co.; Pearl City Brand, Muscatine Island Co-operative Association; Sturtevant Dairy Products Co., Rock Island; American Petroleum Co., Davenport; Dick’s Salted Peanuts, packed by H. W. and R. T. Dillman, Bettendorf.
 
Folder 40 1997-95
1997.95.5 'Season Tickets/Group Information' sheet for Quad City Mallards, 1997
1997.95.6 Quad City Mallards Background/Audience Demographics' sheet, 1997
 
Folder 41
1995.76.10 Minerva Magazine, Knitting Patterns for the Military. WWII 1942 
 
1997.31.2 45 rpm record cover "Tales of Davy Crockett" 
 
1997.75.4 Cloth Children's Book "Mother Goose" 1953
 
Folder 42 2002-36 Jerry A. Hahn
2002.36.3 Discharge papers for Charles Gartland from 143th Illinois Infantry, September 26, 1864
2002.36.4 Citizenship paper for John Koester, a native of Holstein, June 17, 1862
2002.36.5 Certificate of Stock from the Davenport Mining Company, owned by W. S. Cameron, Jan 11, 1881
2002.36.6 Huebinerg’s Road Map of Scott County Iowa, 1912 (stored with maps MAP – S7 – Box 4 – Folder14 ejs 2012.12.28)
2002.36.7 Top radio music hits for the week September 25, 1959 from WQUA Hi-Fi Radio; stamped McKay Music Co.
2002.36.8 Souvenir Program from the 4th annual Iowa State Convention Fraternal Order of Eagles. 1909. Davenport
2002.36.9 Official Souvenir Program 1923-24 for the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Davenport
 
Folder 43 2000-17     Dr. Zachary Romeo Estate
2000.17.1 Envelope with Dr. Zachary Romeo's Address, c. 1990s
2000.17.2 Letterhead for Zachary Romeo 
2000.17.44 Health Insurance Claim Form
2000.17.45 Temperature Record papers on pad
2000.17.46a-c Obstetrical Record (3 copies)
2000.17.55a-b Deere and Co medical claim form (2 copies)
 
Folder 44 2000-17     Dr. Zachary Romeo Estate
2000.17.22 Booklet "Married Lady's Companion or Poor Man's Friend", published 1808 (reprint)
2000.17.23 Booklet "Fruits of Philosophy or the Private Companion of Adult People" Published 1839 (reprint)
2000.17.24 Booklet "An Abridgement of the Practice of Midwifery: and A set of Anatomical Tables with Explanation" 
2000.17.25 Booklet " An Important Address to Wife and Mothers on the Dangers of Man- Midwifery, 1830 (reprint)
2000.17.39a-b 2 White OB Patient Cards for RH-positive patients, 1990s 
2000.17.40a-b 2 Orange OB patient cards for  RH-negative Patients, 1990s
2000.17.41a-b 2 Yellow Surgery Schedule Cards, 1990s (Given to patient as reminder)
2000.17.42a-b 2 Light Green Surgery Cards, given as reminder of what was done and when, 1990s
2000.17.43a-b 2 Light Blue RH-negative blood card given to Labor Room Supervisor- Test baby's blood, 1990s
 
Folder 45 2001-32
2001.32.2 River Bandits Fan Advantage Book (coupon book), 2001
 
Folder 46 2001-37
2001.37.1 “Fabulous Festival Foods” Festival of Trees Cookbook, 1993
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
ARTS—FINE—MISC. (Folder 2)
BOATS & BOATING—FERRIES (FOLDER 37)
BOATS & BOATING—MISC. (FOLDER 37)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BAKERIES (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BANKING (FOLDER 29, 38, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BOOTS & SHOES (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BREWING & BOTTLING (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BUTTONS (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—CANDY (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—CEMENT (FOLDER 4)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—DAIRY (FOLDER 19, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—DEPARTMENT STORES (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—DRY GOODS (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FEED & GRAIN (FOLDER 38, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FOUNDRY (FOLDER 38, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FUELS (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (FOLDER 1, 10, 33, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—GARAGE (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—GROCERIES (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—INSURANCE (FOLDER 14, 38, 39, 43)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MACHINERY (FOLDER 38, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MEATS (FOLDER 38)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MINING (FOLDER 42)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MISC. (FOLDER 38)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MUSIC STORES (FOLDER 42)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PHOTOGRAPHY (FOLDER 29)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PRINTING (FOLDER 38, 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PUBLIC UTILITIES (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—REAL ESTATE & SURVEYING (FOLDER 39)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—TOBACCO (FOLDER 38)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—WASHING MACHINES (FOLDER 39)
CHURCHES & RELIGION—METHODIST (FOLDER 5)
COMMUNICATION--MISC. (FOLDER 11)
COMMUNICATION—RADIO (FOLDER 42)
COMMUNICATION--TELEVISION (FOLDER 20)
DISASTERS—MISC. (FOLDER 3)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—BEAUTY PAGEANTS (FOLDER 29)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—MISC. (FOLDER 29)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—MOTION PICTURES (FOLDER 29, 31)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—THEATRE (FOLDER 2, 29)
FARMS & FARMING—ORGANIZATIONS—MISC. (FOLDER 29)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS—DAVENPORT PUBLIC MUSEUM (FOLDER 12)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS—MISC. (FOLDER 29)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—CENTENNIALS—BETTENDORF (FOLDER 31)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—CHRISTMAS (FOLDER 15, 46)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—FESTIVALS—BIX (FOLDER 11)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—FESTIVALS—MISC. (FOLDER 7, 13)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—HALLOWEEN (FOLDER 16)
HOSPITALS—MERCY (FOLDER 19)
HOSPITALS—ST. ANTHONY’S (FOLDER 21)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN—HOTELS (FOLDER 29, 38)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS (FOLDER 30)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—DOMESTIC CHORES (FOLDER 1, 10, 13, 33, 41, 46)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—FURNISHINGS (FOLDER 34)
LIBRARIES—PUBLIC (FOLDER 31)
MEDICINE—DOCTORS (FOLDER 43, 44)
MEDICINE—MISC. (FOLDER 14)
MILITARY & WAR—CIVIL WAR—MISC. (FOLDER 42)
MILITARY & WAR—MISC. (FOLDER 26)
MILITARY & WAR—VIETNAM (FOLDER 28)
MILITARY & WAR—WORLD WAR II—EQUIPMENT (FOLDER 41)
MILITARY & WAR—WORLD WAR II—MISC. (FOLDER 41)
MUSIC—BANDS (FOLDER 7, 11, 23)
MUSIC—CHORUSES & SINGERS (FOLDER 6, 7, 15, 23, 29)
MUSIC—INSTRUMENTS (FOLDER 29)
MUSIC—ORCHESTRAS—QUAD CITY SYMPHONY (FOLDER 29)
MUSIC—ORCHESTRAS—MISC. (FOLDER 29)
MUSIC—RECORDINGS & EQUIPMENT (FOLDER 11, 34, 41)
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS—MISC. (FOLDER 22, 38)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—BOY/GIRL SCOUTS (FOLDER 24)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—MISC. (FOLDER 11, 26, 29, 30, 35, 36, 39, 42, 46)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—RED CROSS (FOLDER 5)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—ROTARY (FOLDER 9)
PARKS & PARK RECREATION—CREDIT ISLAND (FOLDER 36)
PIONEER LIFE & IMMIGRANTS (FOLDER 42)
RECREATION—CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES (FOLDER 27, 41)
RECREATION—PICNICS (FOLDER 29)
RIVERS & CREEKS—MISSISSIPPI (FOLDER 35, 36)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—ACADEMIES—ST. KATHERINE’S SCHOOL (FOLDER 29)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—BETTENDORF (FOLDER 17, 18)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—CENTRAL (FOLDER 2, 25, 26)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—MISC. (FOLDER 2)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—MOLINE (FOLDER 2, 15, 26)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—ROCK ISLAND (FOLDER 25)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—BIRTH (FOLDER 19, 21, 44)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—DISABLED PERSONS (FOLDER 30)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—FUNERALS (FOLDER 11)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—MISC. (FOLDER 44)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—WEDDINGS (FOLDER 44)
SPORTS—BASEBALL (FOLDER 45)
SPORTS—BASKETBALL (FOLDER 26)
SPORTS—FOOTBALL (FOLDER 2, 17, 18, 25)
SPORTS—HOCKEY (FOLDER 40)
SPORTS—MISC. (FOLDER 2, 11)
SPORTS—SOAP BOX DERBY (FOLDER 32)
SPORTS—TENNIS (FOLDER 26)
SPORTS—TRACK & FIELD (FOLDER 11, 13)
TRANSPORTATION—BUSES (FOLDER 8)
TRANSPORTATION—MISC. (FOLDER 37)
CITIES—BETTENDORF—MISC. (FOLDER 5, 42)
CITIES—DAVENPORT—MISC. (FOLDER 5, 42)
CITIES—MOLINE—MISC. (FOLDER 5)
CITIES—MOLINE—MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT (Folder 3)
CITIES--ROCK ISLAND—MISC. (FOLDER 5)
CITIES—EAST MOLINE (IL) (FOLDER 5)
COUNTIES—SCOTT (IA)—MISC.  (FOLDER 42)
 
PEOPLE
 
---BEIDERBECKE, BIX (FOLDER 11)
--CAMERON, W. S. (FOLDER 42)
--ELLIS, OSCAR W. (FOLDER 4)
--EMEIS, ROGER W. (FOLDER 28)
--GARTLAND, CHARLES (FOLDER 42)
--HUNT, ROBERT W. (FOLDER 4)
--KISTLER, GEORGE (FOLDER 4)
--KOESTER, JOHN (FOLDER 42)
--KORNDER, DR. LOUIS (FOLDER 12)
--MCADAMS, BEN (FOLDER 21)
--MOFFITT, RICHARD (FOLDER 32)
--MUELLER, WILLIAM L. (FOLDER 4)
--NORTON, PAUL N. (FOLDER 30)
--POLLNER, FRANK (FOLDER 14)
--PUTNAM, JOSEPH DUNCAN (FOLDER 12)
--PUTNAM, WILLIAM CLEMENT (FOLDER 12)
--ROMEO, DR. ZACHARY (FOLDER 43, 44)
--SCOTT, DONNA (FOLDER 20)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Box 8 
 
Folder 1a 2009-10 (FY 2009-33 From the Collection of Roger W. Gunneman)
2009.10.3 Davenport Locomotive Works booklet, information about specific train statistics along with pictures, 10th edition. 
2009.10.4 Train time table for Davenport, Rock Island, & North Western Railway co. Includes special instructions, speed limits, and station numbers for the trains.
2009.10.05 Advertisement for Chicago & Northwestern Railways, 1900, includes stations. 
2009.10.06 Advertisement for Chicago, Burlington, Quincy Railroad and transfer express; 1898. On back there are other ads for the Davenport area. 
2009.10.07 Advertisement for the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry, 1898.
2009.10.08 Advertisement for the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry, 1900.
2009.10.09 Receipt for Consolidated Tank Line Company in Davenport, Dated February 6, 1886
2009.10.10 Receipt for Consolidated Tank Line Company in Davenport, Dated 1891.
2009.10.11 Receipt for C. B. and Q. Transfer for coal on November 25, 1895. Amount was $6.90, From the collection of Roger W. Gunneman
2009.10.12 Passenger receipt for fare on Clinton, Davenport, & Muscatine Railroad. Ticket # 55939; Dated March 1920, from Muscatine and paid $1.00 Fare. Collection of Roger W. Gunneman. 
2009.10.13 Passenger receipt for fare on Clinton, Davenport, & Muscatine Railroad. Ticket # 27699 Dated December 1920, from Muscatine to Davenport and paid $1.00 Fare. Collection of Roger W. Gunneman. 
2009.10.14 Train ticket on the Clinton Davenport & Muscatine Ry. Co, ticket cost 90 cents to go between Davenport and Muscatine. Ticket  #2845, from the collection of Roger W. Gunneman
2009.10.15 Train ticket on the Clinton Davenport & Muscatine Ry. Co, ticket cost 90 cents to go between Davenport and Muscatine. Ticket  #54301, from the collection of Roger W. Gunneman; Dated January 24, 1920
2009.10.16 Train ticket on the Clinton Davenport & Muscatine Ry. Co, ticket cost $1.05 to go between Clinton and Davenport. Ticket  #46422, from the collection of Roger W. Gunneman; Dated December 22, 1919. 
2009.10.17 Blank Engineers receipt and report for coal on the Chicago, Animosa, & Northern Railway co. Ticket # 876. From collection of Roger W, Gunneman.  
2009.10.18 Blank Engineers receipt and report for coal on the Chicago, Animosa, & Northern Railway co. Ticket # 878. From collection of Roger W, Gunneman.  
2009.10.19 Unused shipping receipt on Chicago, Anamosa, & Northern Railway Co.
2009.10.20 Unused shipping receipt on the Chicago, Anamosa, & Northern Railway Co.
2009.10.21 Original Statement of Remittance issued on March 4, 1895 from Spirit Lake, Iowa train station. Part of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern R'y railway. 
2009.10.22 Duplicate Statement of Remittance issued on March 4, 1895 from Spirit Lake, Iowa train station. Part of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern R'y railway.
2009.10.23-26 Unused Baggage Claim ticket for Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry. 
2009.10.27-28 Ticket for Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry.
 
Folder 1b 2009-10 continued
2009.10.29 Form for Freight overage on Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry.
2009.10.30 General Circulator No. 461 Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry, Jan 1, 1895.
2009.10.31 General Circulator No. 2750 Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry, July 24, 1901.
2009.10.32 Receipt for Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Ry. Dec 28, 1900
2009.10.33 Letter dated May 17, 1876 to B.F. Mills, Re: Chartering train on Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Minnesota Ry Heading
2009.10.34 2-page letter to Mr. CJ Ives Re: Statement of refunds paid; Burlington, Cedar Rapids, & Northern Ry. Sept 21 1898
2009.10.35 Reprint of Interurban timetable April 1, 1918
2009.10.36 Reprint of Interurban timetable April 1, 1918
2009.10.37 Newspaper clipping of old church turned railroad depot. Oct. 1881.
2009.10.38 Calendar from the Davenport, Rock Island, & Northwestern Ry. 1982
 
Folder 2 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.1 Schedule of Farm Income and Expenses 1934; booklet
2001.49.2a Schedule of farm income and expenses 1936; booklet
2001.49.2b Individual income tax return; 1936; Iowa
2001.49.3a-b Schedule of Farm income and expenses 1937; booklet; also Iowa state income tax return for 1937.
2001.49.4a-b Schedule of Farm income and expenses 1938; booklet; also Iowa state income tax return for 1938.
2001.49.5 Schedule of Farm income and expenses for 1939, booklet
2001.49.6 a-d Tax returns and farming income and expense reports for 1941
2001.49.7 a-c Farm income and expenses reports, Federal income tax return, and Iowa income tax return. 1942
2001.49.8 a-e Victory tax papers, farm expenses and income for 1943
2001.49.9 a-d Federal tax papers, Farming reports, Iowa income tax for 1944
2001.49.10 a-d Tax and farming papers from 1945
2001.49.11 a-d Tax and farming papers from 1946
2001.49.12 s-e Tax and farming papers from 1947
 
Folder 3 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.13 a-e Tax returns for 1948
2001.49.14 a-c Tax returns for 1949
2001.49.15 a-e Tax returns for 1950
2001.49.16 a-c Tax returns for 1951
2001.49.17 a-h Tax returns for 1952
2001.49.18 a-e Tax returns for 1953
2001.49.19 a-f Tax returns for 1954
2001.49.20 a-d Tax returns for 1955
2001.49.21 a-b Tax returns for 1956
2001.49.22 a-b Tax returns for 1957
2001.49.23 Tax returns for 1958
2001.49.24a-g Tax returns for 1959
2001.49.25 a-r Tax returns for 1961
 
Folder 4a 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.26. Ledger: New Modern Illustrative Bookkeeping Introductory Course, Blank No. 1, March 1, 1922, 1935, Jan. 1934-March 1934. 
2001.49.27 Ledger: New Modern Illustrative Bookkeeping Introductory Course, Blank No. 2, Jan. 1939-Dec. 1943.  
2001.49.28 Ledger: New Modern Illustrative Bookkeeping Introductory Course, Blank No. 4, 1932-1939Organization books for sorting expenses, various years.
2001.49 29 Ledger: Practical Farm Account Book, 1932
2001.49.30 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1937 - Jan. 1938 (cover detached)
 
Folder 4b 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49 31 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1938 - Jan. 1939 
2001.49.32 Ledger for farm expenses: Compliments of Walcott Trust and Savings Bank, 1939. 
2001.49.33 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1939 - Jan. 1940
2001.49.34 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1941 - Jan. 1942
 
 
Folder 5 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.35 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1942 - Jan. 1943
2001.49.36 Ledger: Farm Family Account Book, Jan. 1943 - Jan. 1944 (cover detached)
2001.49.37 Ledger: Compliments of Walcott Trust and Savings Bank, 1944
2001.49.38 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1945?
2001.49.39 Ledger: Farm Account Book, 1945? Complements of American Mutual Life Insurance Co., Des Moines
 
Folder 5b 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.40 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1946.  
2001.49.41 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1947.
2001.49.42 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1948
2001.49.43 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1949
2001.49.44 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1950
 
Folder 5c 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.45 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1951
2001.49.46 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1952
2001.49.47 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1953
2001.49.48 Ledger: Farm Record Book, 1954
2001.49.49 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1955.
 
Folder 6a 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.50 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1956
2001.49.51 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1957
2001.49.52 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1959
 
Folder 6a 2001-49 (Estate of Zella Steffen)
2001.49.53 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1961
2001.49.54 Ledger: Better Farm Accounting, 1962
2001.49.55 Ledger: Your Family Finances, 1962
 
Folder 7
1997.67.6-7 US highway symbol- Shaped political pin "Franklin F. Wingard/Republican/Candidate/For County Judge" From Alfa and Frank Wingard Estate
T 335 undergarment clasps package "Lingerie Tieing [sic] Buckle and Slide the "Tidy" (1965-067)
1997.67.9 "McCabe of Rock Island" paper bag
 
Folder 8 2001-62
2001.62.1-8 River Bandits tickets from Aug 29-30,, Sept. 2-3 2001, 2 tickets for each of 4 games (total 8)
 
Folder 9 FY 1996-13
1996.13.1 a-c 1915 commencement announcement and program for Davenport High school, Features Edward Lunde Strohbehn and Louise Strohbehn, 61st commencement. 
 
Folder 10 2008-23
2008.23.4-5 2 tickets for 2008 Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival
2008.23.6-7 2 programs for 2008 Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival
 
Folder 11 1997-91
1997.91.1 1961 yearbook of Lourdes Memorial School, the grades school at Our Lady of Lourdes in Bettendorf Iowa
 
Folder 12 x.1997.85 REF
x.1997.85 Mad Magazine from March 1970. 
 
Folder 13 1996-105
1996.105.6a-d Napkins of the wedding, Tina and Matthew May 5 1990
1996.105.7a-o Wedding invitations for Tina Garrison, 1990
 
Folder 14
1995.63.1 Sheet music of "Davenport Marches On", words by Agnes F. Montanus and music by Ceno Petersen, published by Davenport Centennial, Inc. 1936
1995.63.2 "Iowa Corn Song" by Ray W. Lockhard, George Hamilton and Edward Riley, published by Melrose Bros. Music Co., Inc., Chicago, 1921; stamp for Independent School District of Davenport on cover.
 
Folder 15 2000-23
2000.23.1 Preference Health Plans through Alcoa, 1991
2000.23.2 Alcoa insurance card, 1991
2000.23.3 Alcoa group health coverage card for prescription coverage, 1991
2000.23.4 Quad City Mallard Boosters membership card, with Huckleberry's restaurant discount card on verso, 1996-1997
2000.23.5 Mark of the Quad Cities Disposable Stored-Value Card, 1997-1998
2000.23.6 Davenport Public Library Card for Sheila Hanke
 
Folder 16 1995-75
1995.75.3 Pass for H.F. Laux and Family to gain access to Arsenal Island. Issued November 18, 1899.
 
Folder 17 2001-64
2001.64.3 Book, 'Adventures of Chipper: The Friendly Young Chipmunk' by Mabel Mink, 1969
2001.64 4 Graduation announcement of Mabel McNatton Mink, Columbus High School, 1927
2001.64.5-6 B/W photographs of Mabel McNatton Mink gradating, 1927
2001.64.7 B/W photograph of Mabel McNatton Mink wearing the senior prom dress (2001.641), 1927
2001.64.8 Paper (10 pages) written by Mabel McNatton Mink 'Essay on the Constitution', c. 1927
 
Folder 18 N/A 2008-10 (FY 2009-3)
Davenport Ladder Company paper, August 25 1917.
Letter to Putnam from Fred Hayward, about donating items. 
 
Folder 19 N/A 2010-4 (FY99-98)
1 flyer, 'Mark Smart Card:  A Smart Alternative to Cash', 1999 [cross-ref. to QC Mallards], 1999
1 postcard, 'Mark Smart Card:  A Smart Alternative to Cash', 1999 [cross ref. to QC Mallards], 1999 
The Dispatch/Argus advertising supplement, 'A Preview of the Exciting Year to Come:  Mark 2000, The Mark of the Quad Cities', June 1999 [8 pages] 
1 booklet, 'The Mark of the Quad Cities Arean Guide', 1999 [building contacts, technical information, floor plans, Quad Cities businesses and entertainment, entertainment]
flyer, 'The Mark of the Quad Cities', 1999 [general information]
1 flyer, 'The Mark of the Quad Cities Rental Rates', 1999
flyer, 'The Mark of the Quad Cities Fact Sheet', 1999
booklet, 'The Mark of the Quad Cities:  1993-1999...the first six years', 1999
 
Folder 20 N/A 2010-4 (FY99-98)
3 issues of 'Performance' magazine, Vol 28, No 34  1998.12.11, Vol 26, No 13 1996.7.19, Vol 25, No 12 1995.8.25
 
Folder 21 N/A 2010-5 (FY99-45)
Civil Defense related archival materials for the New Putnam Building at 130 W. 2nd St., Davenport:
--Layout of storage room A at Putnam
--Letter about Fallout shelter supplies delivery to the Putnam Building, June 27, 1963
--Receipt from Defense General Supply Center
--"Guide for Provision Storage" including list of items received in defense supplies
--Questionnaire about shelter for Putnam Building
--Letter to Herbert Maley about completing training for Shelter Management , May 13 1963
--Schedule for shelter management classes, May and June 1963
--Note regarding class times for shelter management 
--Fallout shelter license, May 1963
--Fallout Shelter License, May 196.3
--Inspection report of Putnam for fallout shelter (2 pages)
--Map and Grid of fallout shelter
--Information about fallout shelter at Putnam (2 pages)
--Another Data chart for fallout shelter
--Layout of New Putnam showing shelter areas from Stanley Engineering Company (3 pages)
--Information on fallout shelters from National Association of Building Owners and Managers, October 31, 1962
--Scrap paper showing math on capacity of the fallout shelter
--Regulations for "Marking of fallout shelters"
--Regulations for "Socking of fallout shelters"
--Letter regarding urgency of fallout shelter to Herbert Maley from Joseph B. Dooley, CD Director (2 pages)
--"Clause to be added info"
--Envelope from the Civil Defense department
--Layout of fallout shelter for M. L. Parker Building
--Announcement about presentation to Davenport City Council re: National Fallout Shelter Program, July 19, 1962
--Certificate of shelter management achievement to Herbert Maley on June 4 1963
 
Folder 22 N/A 2010-6 (FY98-102)  Jo Ann Miller 
--Letter from Davenport Schools warning parents about Air raids and procedures, Feb. 12, 1942
--Poster for First Federal Savings celebrating 10 years, 1943
--Expense report, no date
--Davenport Turner Society Turn-Gemeinde event announcement dates Feb. 11, 1938 (found in budget book)
--'The Simplified/Home Budget Book' used by H. Ward Miller, 1934-1938
 
Folder 23 2006-26
2006.26.3 A Butterick dress pattern for a wedding dress (2006.23.1). Pattern is number 2950 
 
Folder 24 2006-23
2006.23.3.4 Rebif medication guide
2006.23.3.5 Information about Rebif medication with and details information from clinical trials and warnings.
2006.23.3.6 Flyer about ordering medication before the holidays
2006.23.3.7a-c Drug Counseling information for Rebif (3 pages)
2006.23.3.8,8a Shipping form for Rebif medication, including directions for assembling the used needle container
2006.23.9 2005 Annual Water Quality Report for the Quad Cities District
 
Folder 25 2001-54
2001.54.4 Yard Waste Sticker for the Davenport Compost Program
 
Folder 26 2006-14 (FY 2007-20)  Christina Kastell
2006.14.1 UTHS Ticket for Madrigal dinner concert and art show, April 28, 2006.
2006.14.2 "Cast of Characters" for Madrigal production
2006.14.3 Program for UTHS Madrigal dinner concert
 
Folder 27 2006-9
2006.9.1 Davenport Ladder Co. letter from John V. Hayward re: sale of company to John S. Tilley Ladder Company, Inc., January 14, 1950.
 
Folder 28 2006-8
2006.8.3a Scrapbook pertaining to the American Legion in Davenport, collected by John Willits, c1950s
2006.8.3b Photograph loose from scrapbook, c. 1955
2006.8.3c-d Newsletter "Soldier and Citizen", Davenport, IA, Vol. XX No. 6 & 7, June and July 1955
2006.8.3e Congratulatory brochure from Roederer Transfer & Storage Company with newspaper clipping
2006.8.3f Appointment of J. L. Willits as Special Policeman for City of Davenport, Nov. 19, 1954
2006.8.3g flyer for Memorial Day activities, American Legion, Davenport Post No. 26, May 28-30, 1955
2006.8.3h Thank you letter from Salvation Army
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BANKING (FOLDER 4, 22)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--COAL (FOLDER 1)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--CONSTRUCTION (FOLDER 21)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—DEPARTMENT STORES (FOLDER 7, 21)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—INSURANCE (FOLDER 5, 15)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--LUMBER (FOLDER 18)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MISC. (FOLDER 21, 27, 28)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—MISC. (FOLDER 15, 19, 20)
FARMS & FARMING—CROPS—FIELD (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
FARMS & FARMING—MISC. (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
FARMS & FARMING—SPECIAL TYPES—LIVESTOCK (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
FARMS & FARMING—SPECIAL TYPES—POULTRY (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS--PUTNAM MUSEUM (FOLDER 21)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—CENTENNIAL—DAVENPORT (FOLDER 14)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--FESTIVALS--BIX (FOLDER 10)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—MEMORIAL DAY (FOLDER 28)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN--RESTAURANT (FOLDER 15)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—GARDENS (FOLDER 25)
LAW & LAW ENFORCEMENT—MISC. (FOLDER 2, 3)
LAW & LAW ENFORCEMENT—POLICE (FOLDER 28)
LIBRARIES--PUBLIC (FOLDER 15)
MEDICINE—MISC. (FOLDER 15, 24)
MILITARY & WAR—MISC. (FOLDER 21)
MILITARY & WAR-- ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL (FOLDER 16)
MILITARY & WAR--WORLD WAR II—MISC. (FOLDER 14, 22)
MUSIC—MISC. (FOLDER 14, 10)
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS—MISC. (FOLDER 12)
NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS--NEWSPAPER—MISC. (FOLDER 16)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—AMERICAN LEGION (FOLDER 28)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—SALVATION ARMY (FOLDER 28)
POLITICS (FOLDER 7)
RAILROADS--BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS, NORTHERN (FOLDER 1)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO, BURLINGTON, & QUINCY (FOLDER 1)
RAILROADS--CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN (FOLDER 1)
RAILROADS--DAVENPORT, ROCK ISLAND, NORTHWESTERN (FOLDER 1, 18)
RAILROADS—MISC. (FOLDER 1)
RECREATION—MISC. (FOLDER 18)
ROADS & HIGHWAYS--HIGHWAYS (FOLDER 7)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—ELEMENTARY—BETTENDORF (FOLDER 11)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--ELEMENTARY—MISC. (FOLDER 11)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—MISC. (FOLDER 14, 17, 22)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION--SECONDARY--CENTRAL (FOLDER 9)
SCHOOLS AND EDUCATION--SECONDARY—MISC. (FOLDER 26)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--CLOTHING-- 1920-1959 (FOLDER 7, 14, 23)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS-- WEDDINGS (FOLDER 13, 23)
SPORTS--BASEBALL (FOLDER 8)
SPORTS—HOCKEY (FOLDER 15, 19)
TRANSPORTATION—MISC. (FOLDER 1)
TRANSPORTATION—TROLLEYS, INTER-URBANS & HORSECARS (FOLDER 1)
CITIES—DAVENPORT—MISC. (FOLDER 25)
COUNTIES—ROCK ISLAND (FOLDER 7)
COUNTIES—SCOTT (FOLDER 21)
 
PEOPLE
--HAYWARD, JOHN V. (FOLDER 27)
--LAUX, H. F. (FOLDER 16)
--MCMATTON MINK, MABEL LOUISE (FOLDER 17)
--PETERSEN, CENO (FOLDER 14)
--STEFFENS, HARRY (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
--STEFFENS, ZELLA (FOLDER 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
--WILLITS, JOHN T. (JAY) (FOLDER 28)
--WINGARD, FRANKLIN (FOLDER 7)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Box 9
 
Folder 1 1998-57 Wallace Moffitt
1998.57.1b George's Radio and Television receipt, January 6, 1951
1998.57.1c Georges Radio and Television receipt January 16, 1951
1998.57.1d Certificate for technological development for Hoffman radio Corporation, January 1949
1998.57.1e Brochure for Hoffman's easy-vision TV decorator series. From George's radio and television
1998.57.1f Brochure for Hoffman's easy-vision TV Heirloom series. From George's radio and television
1998.57.1g Owners manual for Hoffman television
1998.57.1h Brochure for Hoffman's easy-vision TV decorator series. From George's radio and television
1998.57.1i Warranty registration for Hoffman's television.
1998.57.1j Receipt for balance paid at George's Radio and Television, 1951
1998.57.1k Receipt for balance paid at George's Radio and Television, 1951
1998.57.1l Owners manual for Hoffman Television
1998.57.1m Envelope for World Radio Laboratories
1998.57.1n Letter from World Radio Laboratories
1998.57.1o Flyer for World Radio Laboratories
1998.57.1p Order form for World Radio Laboratories
1998.57.1q Flyer for World Radio Laboratories
 
Folder 2 1998-65 June Wagner
1998.65.1-6 King Korn saver stamp booklets
 
Folder 3 1995-16 Charlotte Laux Estate
1995.16.138f Manufacturer's booklet for Magic Chef stove
 
Folder 4a 1997-94 (FY97-88) Oscar Ellis
Texas Instruments Video Chess Manual, 1979
T.I. Beginning Grammar Manual, 1979
T.I. Dragon Mix Math Manual, 1982
Scholastic Spelling Level 6 Manual, 1982
T.I.'s TI-99/94 Computer "Beginners Basic" Manual, 1979-1981
 
Folder 4b 1997-94 (FY97-88) Oscar Ellis
T.I.'s TI-99/94 Computers "User's Reference guide", 1979-1981 (removed from 3 ring binder)
 
Folder 5 1996-109 Sheila Goar
" Your Child's Teeth"
"A Baby is For Loving"
"Infant Care"
"Infant Care Guide"
 
Folder 6 1996-97 Karen Brooke
1996.97.2 Central High School Student Handbook from 1963
1996.97.8 Richard Nixon pamphlet "Why America Needs Richard Nixon", 1960
 
Folder 7 1996-113 Larry Putman
1996.113.1 Vietnam/ Love it or Leave it bumper Sticker, 1970
1996.113.2 International Certificates of Vaccination, 1970
1996.113.3 U.S. Government motor vehicle Operator's Identification card. Dec 20 1969
1996.113.4 Malaria Pill Box- Military issue; 1969-1970
 
Folder 8 1998-8 Billie Warnecke
1998.8.4 1927-1928 Non-Resident Hunting License for South Dakota issued to John H. Strohbeen
1998.8.5 1931-1932 Iowa Hunting and Fishing License for J. H. Strohbeen
1998.8.6 1932-1933 Iowa Hunting and Fishing License for J. H. Strohbeen
 
Folder 9 1998-10 Steve Lyons
1998.10.1 Draft card for Stephen Eugene Lyons, Feb 7, 1973
1998.10.2 Business card for Larry Cooper, manager of Sultan Peppar and the Shakers, c. 1966
1998.10.3 Business card for Larry Cooper, news Director at KSTT Inc. 1966
1998.10.4 Draught House Decal, 1966
1998.10.5 Draught House Bumper Sticker, used, 1966
1998.10.7a-b Letter and envelope from Mosrite Distributing Co. re: product brochure, May 16, 1966
1998.10.8 Fender Brochure and Price list, July 1966
1998.10.9 Cover of Fender Price List July 1965
1998.10.10 Gibson Catalog 1966
 
1996.50.3 Draught House Decal
 
Folder 10
1998.1.1 Program: Harmonie 34th season/ Alma Gluck/ Assisted by The Harmonie Chorus, April 28, 1914 at the Burtis; including advertisements for Schmidt Music and Schiller Piano companies
1998.1.2 Programs: May Festival Tri-City Musical Association, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, May 11 and 12, 1916 at the Coliseum
2005.2.1 Schmidt Music Co. Flyer, 1937 re: 75th anniversary, includes photos of Hermann Schmidt, Sr., Hermann Schmidt, Jr., Edward A. Schmidt, Carl C. Schmidt, and Edward Schmidt, Jr. as well as store interiors
2005.2.2 Envelope from Schmidt Music Co. Says "Third Prize", 1937
 
Folder 11 1998-58 Frank Belieu
1998.58.8 Marriage Certificate in booklet for Willard Charles Wichelman and Katherine Margaret Schrum, October 11, 1947
1998.59.9 Order Forms for materials from Elliot Paint and Varnish Co. for Chas. F. Ranzow and Son, 1972-74
1998.58.10 Composition book used by Katherine Schrum, c. 1925-1932
1998.58.11 1 red cloth bound, 2 ring note book belong to Katherine Schrum and used at 'Davenport High School/Home Room B. Seat no. 375', c. 1927-1932
1998.58.12 mailing envelope to Charles F. Ranzow & Sons from Morris Sanford Company, Cedar Rapids, Iowa [previously contained wall paper survey]
1998.58.13 1 envelope and business flyer from Purcell Printing [Davenport, IA] to Mr. Otto Schrum, 1934
1998.58.14 1 calling card for 'Otto H./Schrum/Candidate for/Clerk of District Court/Democratic Ticket', c. 1920s  
1998.58.15 1 calling card for 'Otto/'Pete'/Schrum/Democratic candidate/Clerk of District Court/Primaries: June 6th 1932'  
1998.58.16 1 postcard '...Vote For/Otto H. Schrum/for/City Treasurer/Primary Election February 23rd, 1914'  
1998.58.17 1 bi-form Certificate of Marriage for Willard Charles Wiehelman and Katherine Margaret Schrum, October 11, 1944 [top--the bottom form is dated 1947]  
1998.58.18 1 bi-fold business flyer for 'Chas. F. Ranzow & Son' [image of store front and Chas. F. Ranzow on front], 1933
1998.58.19 1 calling card for 'Otto/'Pete'/Schrum/Demoratic Candidate/Clerk of/District Court/Primaries:  June 6th 1932'   
1998.58.20 1 perforated order slip 'Ranzow Paint Store'  
1998.58.21 1 'Eighty-second/commencement/Davenport High School/Class of June Nineteen Hundred Thirty-two' [for Katherine Margaret Schrum], June 10, 1932  
1998.58.22 1 'Fairmount Cemetery Association/Deed and Bill of Sale' for 'Mr. William J. Wichelman', September 5, 1938 [Lot S. 1/2 71, Block No. 2]
 
Folder 12 1998-30 – donor – Bob and Eva Christiansen; 1997-46 – donor – Carol Larson
1998.30.1 a-b Invitation with envelope to Bix Horn Party hosted by Bob and Eva Christiansen, Jan. 22, 1994
1998.30.2 a-b Invitation with envelope to Bix Horn Party, March 25, 1995
1998.30.3 a-b Invitation with envelope to first Bix Horn Party, December 4, 1992
1998.30.4 a-b Invitation with envelope to Bix Horn Party, March 23, 1996
1998.30.5 Invitation to final Bix Horn Party March 22, 1997
 
1997.46.23 Ticket stub to Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 27-30, 1989
1997.46.24 Ticket stub to 5th concert of the Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, 2 p.m., July 29, 1973
1997.46.25 Ticket stub to Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival, July 22-25, 1993
 
Folder 13 1998-46 Jeanne Stopulus
1998.46.1 "Transmittal of and/or Entitlement to Awards" sheet, 10/3/91 (related to 1998.46.2 and 1998.46.3)
1998.46.5 "A Short Guide to Great Britain" Issued by the US War and Navy Departments
1998.46.6 Victor Theatre program listing movies for May 1925, Davenport 
1998.46.7 Uptown Theatre schedule listing movies for July 1946, Davenport 
1998.46.8 Victor Theatre program listing films, April 1923 [14th & Harrison, Davenport
1998.46.9 Guide to chemical warfare agents, reference and training chart, c. 1940s
1998.46.11 Invitation for "Woman's Anniversary Party", Palace Hotel, Feb, 13th, 1944
1998.46.12 Letter to Sgt. Jeanne K. Sullivan from Elvira (Consoli) Corrie, Sept 30th 1944
1998.46.14 Women in the Military stamps, unopened
1998.46.15 special cancellation of 'Women in Military Service' stamp in unopened envelope
 
Folder 14 1954-13 Kathryn Johannsen
MI 527 booklet "The Adventure of a Pearl Button", complements of Pearl Button Industries, Inc., Muscatine Iowa
 
Folder 15 1998-70 Chris Reich
1998.70.1 Quad City Classic program booklet, July 6-12, 1998
1998.70.2 1 daily schedule for Quad City Classic, July 12, 1998
1998.70.3 a-b 1 promotional brochure with insert for Quad City Classic, July 12, 1998
1998.70.4 a-b 1 invitation with envelope to the MidAmerican Energy Company Skybox, June 12, 1998
1998.70.5-6 2 admission tickets to the MidAmerican Energy Company Skybox, July 12, 1998
1998.70.7 1 unused daily ticket to the Quad City Classic
 
 
Folder 16 1998-52 and 1998-60 Sheila Hanke
1998.60.1-2 2 admission tickets for the Quad City Classic (Golf) with Alcoa Works sticker, July 6-12, 1998
 
1998.52.1 Ticket to the Alcoa Family Fair June 13, 1998
1998.52.2 Pamphlet about Alcoa's sponsorship of a River Bandits game. June 21 1998
1998.52.3 Brochure for Alcoa Family Fair at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, June 13, 1998
1998.52.7 a-b Davenport Works Newspaper with info about Alcoa family fair, June 9, 1998 (2 pages)
 
Folder 17 1998-57 Moffitt
1998.57.3 Riverside Cookbook from Rock Island Stove Company, c. 1929  [associated with 1996.68.1]
1998.57.4 The Metropolitan Cookbook c. 1930s
1998.57.5 "The Big 3 of Modern Refrigeration" booklet; People's Power Co., Rock Island stamp on back (associated with 1997.68.2a-d)
1998.57.11 Booklet for Hamilton Beach mixer, 1936
1998.57.12 a-b Hamilton Beach Model C Food Mixer Recipes and Instructions booklet with envelope, 1936
1998.57.13 b Rub-Bar Tray ice cube maker booklet, 1937 [associated with 1998.57.13a and 1997.68.2]
1998.57.14 "Modern Washing Helps for your Voss" booklet [associated with 1997.68.3a-b]
 
Folder 18 1998-99 Lois Free
1998.99.1 Book: The Iowa Soldier's Orphans' Home and home for Indigent Children, Borcherdt, Printer, Davenport, 1897
1998.99.2 Book: "History and Memories of the Haubergs' Homestead Since the Indians Left, 1851-1941", by John H. Hauberg, Wagners Printery, Davenport
 
Folder 19 1999-2 Sheila Hawke
1999.2.2a Booklet about the United Hockey League (USA) Vs. Canada (Team), All star game, Feb 2 1999
1999.2.2b Flyer about Merchandise for the All-Star Game of 1999.
 
Folder 20 1998-76 Quad City Sports Center
1998.76.6 Annual Report of the Quad City Sports Center, August 1997
1998.76.7 QCSC schedule of hours, 1998
1998.76.8 Form to buy a brick outside the QCSC, c. 1994-1995
1998.76.9 Brochure for QCSC information about backgrounds of International skating staff and rates, c. 1995-1998
1998.76.10 Brochure for QCSC Group skating class information, c. 1995-1998
1998.76.11 QCSC DARY (Dis-Advantaged & At-Risk Youth) Program, 8-pages, April 1, 1998
1998.76.12 Flyer for "Spectators Code of Conduct"; verso "Important Dates/Birth Dates for Youth Players 1998-1999 Season", 1998
1998.76.13 Holiday Pops Concert flyer, 1998
1998.76.14 Schedule at the QCSC, September 1998
1998.76.15 QCSC Coffee Club flyer, 1998
1998.76.16 QCSC Family Night flyer, 1998
1998.76.17 QCSC "Have Your Birthday at the/QCSC"; verso "Family Night" flyer, 1998
1998.76.18 QCSC Class schedule and "Ice Skating Lessons" flyer, Fall 1998
1998.76.19 QCSC In-Line Hockey booklet, 2nd session, July – August 1998; 11-page booklet with equipment lists and rules.
1998.76.20 QCSC Hockey Equipment needs list, [c.1998]
1998.76.23A Newspaper Article about Mark Cockerell hired as skating program coordinator, n.d.
1998.76.23b-c Newspaper article on construction of QCSC, November 12, 1994
1998.76.23d-e Newspaper clipping re: Construction of QCSC and Tom Bahls, General Manager, September 8, 1994
1998.76.23.f Article on the near completion of QCSC, December 18, 1994
1998.76.23g Article on game at QCSC, January 26, 1995
1998.76.23h Article on soccer tournament at QCSC, December 27, 1994
1998.76.24i Grand opening article for QCSC, [December 1994]
1998.76.23j Article re: Another Grand Opening for QCSC, January 29, 1995
1998.76.23k Article re: "Black Tie on ice" fundraiser at QCSC, June 25, 1995
1998,76.23l Article re: Summer Fun at the QCSC, June 25, 1995
1998.76.23m Article re: Variety of sports at the QCSC, December 29, 1995
1998.76.23n Article re: Holiday fun at the QCSC, December 1995
1998.76.23o Article re: one year anniversary for QCSC, January 22, 1996
1998.76.23p Article re: Popularity of the QCSC, [c. March 1996]
1998.76.23q Article re: Flooding of Downtown, 1997
1998.76.23r Article re: College Hockey at QCSC, n.d.
1998.76.23s Article re: Youth Hockey League at the QCSC, January 29, 1996
1998.76.23t Article re: Expansion of the QCSC, June 12, 1997
1998.76.23u Article re: Partnership between RI Armory and QCSC, n.d.
1998.76.23v Article on bringing skating regional to QCSC, June 22, 1997
1998.76.24a-b Invitation with envelope, RSVP card and return envelope to QCSC "Once in A Blue Moon: Black Tie Affair on Ice"
 
Folder 21 1997-47 Norm Kellingson/ Broadway Theatre League
1997.47.105b Operators Guide Telex with Model 32 Teleprinters, 1970
1997.47.105c Guide for Telex Model 32 Terminal
1997.47.105d Western Union Worldwide Telex Service Operator's Guide
1997.47.105e.4 Instructions for Installing Economy Telex 1 Terminal Adaptor
 
Folder 22 1996-149 Jim Cronk
1996.149.1-.3 Selective Service Registration (Draft Card) for James Edgar Cronk (in 3 pieces), 1972
 
 
Folder 23 2004-3
2004.3.1-.2 Quad City Rocket Dinner Train Brochures (2 copies)
 
Folder 24 2003-51 Carol Earnlordt
2003.51.1 River Bandits Vs. Peoria Chiefs Aug 24 2003
2003.51.2 River Bandits Vs. Peoria Chiefs Aug 30 2003
2003.51.3 River Bandits Vs. Peoria Chiefs Aug 31 2003
2003.51.4 River Bandits Vs. Peoria Chiefs Sept 1 2003
2003.51.5 River Bandits Program for 2003
 
Folder 25 2003-20 Donor: Pat Devine; 2003-41 donor: Erma Petersen; 2000-14 Jeannine Miller; 1996-55  Cheryl McCollough
2003.20.1 The Acme Cookbook, [c. 1910?]
 
2003.41.1 Autograph Album of Melinda Harsch, 1880
 
2000.14.1 Autograph book belonging to Mellie, 1879
2000.14.2 Autograph Book (Shell Cover) belonging to Jessie? 1882 
 
1996.55.1 "Reveille For Radicals" Book, 1969
 
folder 26
1996.111.17 Postcard- Smokey the Bear, East Moline IL. 1950s
1997.75.6 Disney Babies "Rock-a-bye", 1988   Donated by Dr. and Mrs. John C. Korn
1999.4.1 Letter from City of Davenport to Dr. Edward E. Rosenow, 1919, re: gratitude for work during infantile paralysis epidemic
 
Folder 27
1996.89.1 Howdy Doody- Wonder bread paper doll, Donated by Vivian Boyack and Veronica Dubes. 
 
Folder 28
2006.15.1-2 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival program, July 27-30, 2006
2006.15.3-.6 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival tickets, July 27-30, 2006 
2006.15.8-.11 Lewis and Clark IMAX movie postcards, 2001
 
2007.4.4 Putnam Museum Annual Fundraiser "Where Magic Lives" program, Feb. 24, 
 
2007.10.2-3 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival program, July 26-29, 2007
2007.10.4 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival ticket, July 26-29, 2007
2007.10.5 Autism Society of the QC Area Awareness Walk brochure, April 14, 2007
2007.10.6 Antique Motorcycle Club of American Chief Black Hawk Chapter National Meet program, 2007
 
Folder 29 2006-5 Robert Barnett
2006.5.1 Program for US Army all-soldier-show of "This is the Army", 1944
2006.5.2 Ten Sen (Japanese Currency) WWII 
2006.5.3 VIJF Cent (Japanese Currency) WWII
2006.5.4 Japanese propaganda and surrender ticket, WWII
2006.5.5 Quote from Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal notifying troops of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's death and memorial services
 
Folder 30 2005-28 Raymond Norton
2005.28.46 Mile Swim Certificate for Jeff Norton, September 5, 1982
2005.28.47 Program for Eagle Scout ceremony for Brian James and John Norton at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, September 10, 1983
2005.28.48 Boy Scout Leader's Program Notebook, 1979-80
2005.28.49 Guidebook to Adventure, Philmont, 1984
2005.28.51 Certificate of Appreciation to Ray Norton for Pine Wood Derby, January 17, 1997
2005.28.52 Certificate of appreciation to Ray Norton for Space Derby, Feb. 20, 1998
 
Folder 31a-b 2005-28 Raymond Norton
2005.28.50 Troop Leader Boy Scout information (removed from Binder)
 
Folder 32 2005-20 Eunice Schlichting; 2005-21 Christopher Reich
2005.20.2 Countryside Community Theatre "Smokey Joe's Café" and "Cinderella" postcard, July and August 2005 
2005.20.3 Central Methodist Church 1899-1903 Cookbook, reprinted 1981
2005.20.4 a-b Invitation and envelope to Premier of the First Annual Great Collection of the Quad Cities, 1993
 
2005.21.1 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival Program, July 28-31, 2005
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—ADVERTISEMENTS (FOLDER 10, 27)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BANKING (FOLDER 29)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—CLAM DIGGING & FRESH WATER PEARLS (FOLDER 14)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—CONSTRUCTION (FOLDER 20)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—ELECTRICITY (FOLDER 3)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FOUNDRY (FOLDER 16)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FUEL (FOLDER 2)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (FOLDER 17)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—GROCERIES (FOLDER 2)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MISC. (FOLDER 1, 2)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MUSIC STORES (FOLDER 10)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PAINT (FOLDER 11)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PRINTING (FOLDER 11)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PUBLIC UTILITIES (FOLDER 15, 17)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—WASHING MACHINES (FOLDER 17)
CEMETERIES & HEADSTONES—IDENTIFIED (FOLDER 11)
CHURCHES & RELIGION—LUTHERAN—INDIVIDUAL CHURCHES (FOLDER 30)
CHURCHES & RELIGION—METHODIST (FOLDER 32)
COMMUNICATION—MISC. (FOLDER 21)
COMMUNICATION—RADIO (FOLDER 9)
COMMUNICATION—TELEVISION (FOLDER 1)
DISASTERS—FLOODS—1900-1999 (FOLDER 20)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—FAIRS—MISC. (FOLDER 16)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—HALLS & OPERA HOUSES (FOLDER 10)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—MISC. (FOLDER 3, 9, 10, 16, 24, 32)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—MOTION PICTURES (FOLDER 13, 28)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT—THEATRE (FOLDER 29, 32)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS—FIRES (FOLDER 26)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS—PUTNAM MUSEUM (FOLDER 28)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—FESTIVALS—BIX (FOLDER 12, 28, 32)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN—RESTAURANTS (FOLDER 23)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT, TAVERN—TAVERN (FOLDER 9)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—DOMESTIC CHORES (FOLDER 3, 17, 25, 32)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS—RURAL—EXTERIOR--IDENTIFIED (FOLDER 18)
MEDICINE—DOCTORS (FOLDER 26)
MEDICINE—MISC. (FOLDER 7, 26)
MILITARY & WAR—VIETNAM (FOLDER 7, 9, 21)
MILITARY & WAR—WORLD WAR II—MISC. (FOLDER 13, 29)
MUSIC—BANDS (FOLDER 9)
MUSIC—CHORUSES & SINGERS (FOLDER 10)
MUSIC—INSTRUMENTS (FOLDER 9)
MUSIC—MISC. (FOLDER 9, 12, 32)
MUSIC—ORCHESTRAS—MISC. (FOLDER 10)
MUSIC—ORCHESTRAS—QUAD CITY SYMPHONY (FOLDER 20)
MUSIC—RECORDINGS & EQUIPMENT (FOLDER 9)
NATURE—MISC. (FOLDER 26)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—BOY SCOUTS/GIRL SCOUTS (FOLDER 30, 31)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—MISC. (FOLDER 28, 32)
ORPHANAGES & OLD AGE HOMES—ANNIE WITTENMYER (FOLDER 18)
POLITICS (FOLDER 11)
POSTAL SERVICE—MISC. (FOLDER 13)
RAILROADS—MISC. (FOLDER 23)
RECREATION—CAMPING OR "OUTINGS" (FOLDER 30)
RECREATION—CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES (FOLDER 27)
RECREATION—SWIMMING (FOLDER 30)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—MISC. (FOLDER 4)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—SECONDARY—CENTRAL (FOLDER 6, 11)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—BIRTH (FOLDER 5)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—FRIENDSHIP (FOLDER 25)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS---FUNERALS (FOLDER 29)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—MISC. (FOLDER 25)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—PARTIES (FOLDER 12, 20, 28)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—WEDDINGS (FOLDER 11)
SOCIAL PROTEST—MISC. (FOLDER 25)
SPORTS—BASEBALL (FOLDER 16, 24)
SPORTS—GOLF (FOLDER 15, 16)
SPORTS—HOCKEY (FOLDER 19, 20)
SPORTS—HUNTING & FISHING (FOLDER 8)
SPORTS—MISC. (FOLDER 20)
SPORTS—SOCCER (FOLDER 20)
TRANSPORTATION—AUTOMOBILE (FOLDER 7)
TRANSPORTATION—MISC. (FOLDER 23)
TRANSPORTATION—MOTORCYCLES (FOLDER 28)
 
COUNTIES—SCOTT—MISC. (FOLDER 11)
NATIONAL—PRESIDENTS—NIXON (FOLDER 6)
NATIONAL—PRESIDENTS—ROOSEVELT, F. (FOLDER 29)
 
PEOPLE
 
--BAHLS, TOM (FOLDER 20)
---CHRISTENSEN, EVA (FOLDER 12)
---CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT (FOLDER 12)
--COCKERELL, MARK (FOLDER 20)
--COOPER, LARRY (FOLDER 9)
--CRONK, JAMES EDGAR (FOLDER 22)
--HAUBERG, JOHN D. (FOLDER 18)
--HAUBERG, MRS. JOHN D. (FOLDER 18)
--HAUBERG, JOHN H. (FOLDER 18)
--ROSENOW, DR. EDWARD C. (FOLDER 26)
--SCHMIDT, CARL C. (FOLDER 10)
--SCHMIDT, EDWARD A. (FOLDER 10)
--SCHMIDT, EDWARD JR. (FOLDER 10)
--SCHMIDT, HERMANN JR., (FOLDER 10)
--SCHMIDT, HERMANN SR. (FOLDER 10)
--SCHRUM, KATHERINE MARGARET (FOLDER 11)
--Schrum, Otto "Pete" (Folder 11)
--Strohbeen, John H. (Folder 8)
--Wiehelman, Willard Charles (Folder 11)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 10 Note: This is a flat, oversized document box, 17 x 20
 
Folder 1 is on bottom
 
Folder 1 2004-14
2004.17.1-2 PRINT "GRAND EXCURSION ON THE CHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND RAIL ROAD, JUNE 5, 1854" (2 copies)
2008.26.1-2 Poster for 37th annual Fall Nationals, August 28, 18 and 30, 2008 sponsored by the Chief Blackhawk Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America at the Mississippi Valley Fairground. (2 copies)
 
Folder 2 1996-153
1996.153.1-8 Educational story boards "WORKING TOGETHER", "A TIME FOR WORSHIP", "THE CHURCH FOR ALL", "OUR MINISTER", "LEARNING TOGETHER", "CHRISTMAS TOGETHER", "A TIME TO GROW", "PLANNING TOGETHER".
 
Folder 3 2006-15
2006.15.12 IMAX Movie Poster for "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", 2005
2006.15.13 IMAX Movie Poster for "Magnificent Desolation", 2006
2004-9 wall calendar from Five Points Bakery, Moline, 1931
 
Folder 4 2003-40
2003.40.1-3 3 placemats (2 different styles) from the Rock Island Lines, n.d.
 
Folder 5 2004-13
2004.13.1 COLOR LITHOGRAPH OF DAVENPORT IOWA FROM THE SOUTHWEST WITH THE CITY OF MOLINE IN THE DISTANCE, THE ISLAND OF ROCK ISLAND AND THE CITY OF ROCK ISLAND, by Andreas Atlas Co., 1875
No acc. # Frederick Chambers Iowa National Guard certificate, 1899
 
Folder 6
GD 241 Der Demokrat newspaper, Sept 25, 1961
 
Folder 7 KKK forms 2008-34
2008.34.14 Certificate of commission, office blank, Women of the Ku Klux Klan
2008.34 15 Certificate of commission for Realm Commander, Women of the Ku Klux Klan
2008.34.16 Certificate of commission for Klan Regent, Women of the Ku Klux Klan
2008.34.17-18 Certificate of organization for Junior Preparatory Group of Women of the Ku Klux Klan
2008.34.19. Certificate of commission, office blank, Women of the Ku Klux Klan
 
Folder 8 1990-1
1990.1.6 Davenport grammar school certificate for Bessie Martha Martin, 1902
 
Folder 9 1993-31
1993-31 Otto Kelling Davenport grammar school diploma, 1902
 
Folder 10 2001-42
2001.42.1 Deed from George Davenport to Robert McCloskey [McGoskey] recorded March 24, 1849. [1848]  
2001.42.2 Deed for plot 189 in the Davenport Cemetery signed on November 4, 1845. [for Robert L. McCloskey/ McGoskey] 
 
Folder 11
No # Description and drawing of mammoth or mastodon find near Davenport, by Lt. Moorehead, 1852; donated by E. S. Barrows
 
Folder 12 2010-12
2010.12.4-7 Bent River Brewing Co. stickers for keg and American Wheat beer, and poster Mississippi Blonde Ale 
 
Folder 13 2009-19
2009.19.3 a-h Japanese – English flash cards
 
Folder 14
No # U.S. Corps of Engineers drawing for steamer Ellen, side view, August 14, 1936
 
Folder 15 2001-29
2001.29.1 poster for Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company performance at the Orpheum Theatre
2001.29.3 poster for Erick Friedman, violist, performance with Tri-City Symphony, April 6 and 7, 1963
2001.29.4 folder for holding sheet music, Bowlby Music House
2001.29.12 poster for Christmas Seals, National Tuberculosis Association, 1962
2001.29.13 laminated repro photograph of dancers on the W. J. Quinlan, signed by Captain John Vise
 
Folder 16 1996-152
1996.152.1 poster for Scott County Iowa Farmers Association
 
Folder 17 1998-10, 1996.97
1998.10.6 Kustom Kolor Katalog for amplifiers
1996.97.1 Debbie Reynolds paper dolls, 1957
 
Folder 18 2012-15
2012.15.3 Appointment of Joseph S. Tyler to 1st Lieutenant, November 22, 1917
1996.138.1 Bert Linn and the Ambassadors Orchestra poster, c. 1956, booking address 2337 Street Court, East Moline IL 
 
Folder 19 1981-79
9 drawings – specifications for Parker / Ficke House
 
Folder 20 2000-6
2000.6.3 Certificate, Liquidation Corporation, 15 year debenture, to Cornelia Anderson, $14.29, June 15, 1932  
2000.6.11 certificate of appointment of Charles H. Kent as notary public, Scott Co., July 5, 1876 to July 4, 1879. Signed by Samuel J. Kirkwood, July 7, 1876  
2000.6.15 plat of Park Place addition, Davenport, IA, 1873  
2000.6.17 lot map, Lubbock Co. [Texas]  
2000.6.18 lot map, Hale County, 'C. K.', [Texas]  
 
Folder 21 2001-27
2001.27.3 Davenport High School diploma, 1926
2001.27.4 Davenport High School Certificate of Proficiency, Bookkeeping Course, 1926
 
Folder 22 1997-2
No # patent drawing for corn picker by John N. Reimers and Wilhelm M. Schneekloth
No # patent drawing for hog waterer by John N. Reimers
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Boats & Boating--Riverboats--Ellen (Folder 14)
Boats & Boating--Riverboats—W. J. Quinlan (Folder 15)
Bridges—Third Government (Folder 5)
Business & Industry—Bakeries (Folder 3)
Business & Industry—Brewing & Bottling (Folder 12)
Business & Industry—Music Stores (Folder 15)
Business & Industry—Real Estate (Folder 10, 20)
Cemeteries & Headstones—Identified (Folder 10)
Churches & Religion—Presbyterian—Individual Churches—Davenport (Folder 2)
Entertainment & Amusement—Misc. (Folder 1, 15)
Entertainment & Amusement—Motion Pictures (Folder 3)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—German (Folder 6)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Japanese (Folder 13)
Farms & Farming—Equipment—Misc. (Folder 22)
Farms & Farming—Organizations—Misc. (Folder 16)
Geology—Specimens (Folder 11)
Historic Sites & Museums—Putnam Museum (Folder 3)
Military & War—National Guard (Folder 5)
Military & War—World War I—Misc. (Folder 18)
Music—Orchestras—Misc. (Folder 18)
Music—Orchestras—Quad City Symphony (Folder 15)
Music—Recording & Equipment (Folder 17)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Newspapers—Misc. (Folder 6)
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (Folder 7, 15, 16)
Railroads—Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific (Folder 1, 4)
Railroads—Engines (Folder 1)
Recreation—Children’s Activities (Folder 17)
Schools & Education—Elementary—Misc. (Folder 8, 9, 13)
Schools & Education—Misc. (Folder 2)
Schools & Education—Secondary—Central (Folder 21)
Social Life & Customs—Dance (Folder 15)
Social Protest—War (Folder 16)
Transportation—Motorcycles (Folder 1)
Cities—Davenport—Bird’s Eye & Aerial View (Folder 5)
Cities—Moline—Bird’s Eye & Aerial View (Folder 5)
Cities—Rock Island—Bird’s Eye & Aerial View (Folder 5)
People—Chambers, Frederick (Folder 5)
People—Kelling, Otto (Folder 9)
People—Martin, Bessie Martha (Folder 8)
People—McGoskey [McCloskey], Robert (Folder 10)
People—Tyler, Joseph S. (Folder 18)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Coll. Box 11 
 
Folder 1-2 2010-3
2010.3.1 Book "Comptometer Course for Business Training" part one, Comptometer Division, Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., c. 1955
2010.3.2 Answer book for Comptometer Course for Business Training
2010.3.3 a-b Comptometer “Decimal Equivalents of Common Fractions
2010.3.4 Comptometer bookmark
 
Folders 3 – 8 Advertising and drawings by Jack Clayton
 
Folder 3 2012-30
2012.30.15 portrait of older man
2012.30.23 Advertising design of office chair 
2012.30.24 Advertising design of filing cabinet
2012.30.25 Advertising design of Parker pens
2012.30.29 “Wolfe Bridge” Knoxville Covered Bridge, Spoon River, by Paul Norton, issued by Wagners Printers
 
Folder 4 2012-30
2012.30.28 original painting of rooster by Mark Olson
 
Folder 5 2012-30
2012.30.16 Watercolor of paints and brushes
2012.30.17 Watercolor of U. S. Capitol Building
2010.30.18 Watercolor of clown, 2000
 
Folder 6 2012.30.30
Banner ad “For a Smoother Complexion!” (black and white)
Banner ad “Wm. Kiser & Co., Contractors (black and white, 2 copies)
Banner ad “...why buy Air-Conditioning that way!!?”
Newspaper ad for Carrier air conditioner available at Kiser Heating & Air Conditioning incorporating previous two banner ads
Banner ad “Make them both happy!” (black and white)
Ad for rubber book “SpinKaster/Insulated/The Servus Rubber Co.”
Ad for [appliance store], George J. Hiebing, owner
Ad for Northwest Bank “Charge Account” Service
Postcard for BeeLine car alignment [c. 1965?)
Ad for Lounging Slippers available at Stahmer Shoe Co., Davenport
Booklet for D. R. Light Company, advertising company located in Moline, IL and Cedar Rapids, IA [1965?]
Ad sheet for Shaeffer’s Desk sets (pens)
Ad board for Shaeffer pens, stamp on verso for “Clayton Adv. Arts, Inc.” Davenport
Booklet with envelope “Your Scott County Schools” re: school consolidation, 1954
Program for Cedar Memorial Christina Church  25th Anniversary with directory, Nov. 25, 1956
Program for First Christian Church, Davenport, 150th Anniversary, July 14, 1989
Bulletin for worship service at First Christian Church, Davenport, October 28, 1990
Bulletin for worship service at First Christian Church, Davenport, May 11, 2001 (cover art by Jack Clayton
Letterhead for Moline Body Company, bus and truck transportation equipment
Ad for Southern Style Corn Bread
 
Folder 7 2012.30.30 cont.
“Speedball Textbook” 21st Edition, type, lettering and calligraphy, 1985
Program booklet for exhibit “Grant Wood and the American Scene” at the Davenport Art Gallery, Feb. 1965, see page 5 for autograph by Nan Wood
Newspaper clipping for Grant Wood art exhibit, Feb. 1965
4 ADDY Award certificates from Quad City Advertising Club to Clayton Advertising, 1976
“Report cards” from Chicago Art Institute, 1950, 1951
Drawings of the human body by Jack Clayton while student at Chicago Art Institute, 1951
Hand-drawn Christmas card from Clayton family, n.d.
Laminated bookmark of Jack Clayton’s obituary, June 2009
Photocopies materials related to “Hitch-hiker” baby car seat including patent application, correspondence and advertisements, 1957-1960
 
Folder 8 2012-30
Illustration of machine with banner ads on verso “Christmas / Put a love song in her heart / An Old Fashioned Melody” each line in different font style
2 illustrations of Coleman lantern
Portrait of Jack Clayton, Dec. 1973 “before”
Portrait of Jack Clayton, July 1974 “after”
Photograph of Jack Clayton at drafting table “working at D. R. Light co. Advertising” [1960s]
Photograph of two man and a woman, man on right probably Jack Clayton
 
Folder 9 N/A2012-5
Newspaper clipping and photocopy of newspaper clipping of the Museum’s 60th birthday, Daily Times, December 1927
 
Folder 10 2001-54
2001.54.5 Quad City Dining Tour packet, 2000, with discount cards for various local restaurants including Azteca, Belgian Village Inn, Bender’s Bennigan, Bella Figura, Christie’s, Circa 21 Playhouse, Dalton’s, The Dock, Dragon Palace, Dudley’s, The Factory, The Filling Station, Freight House, Governor’s Bar & Grill, High Notes, Huckleberry’s, Jumer Hotels, Lagomarcino’s, Bob Mulkey’s, Old Chicago, Pinocchio’s Gourmet, Holiday Inn Ripples Restaurant, Riverfront Café, Waterfront Deli, Winnie’s Hodge Podge, WiseGuys Pizza
 
Folder 11 2007-10
2007.10.7 paper fan with wooden handle advertising River City Communications/Nextell representative, 2007
 
Folder 12-14 S. A. Fidyke Archival Collection 2004-28
This collection consists of materials related to Sigmund A. Fidyke and consists of drawings of flower beds at Davenport parks and non-accessioned newspaper articles. Some newspaper clippings describe photos which are also part of this donation and stored as S. A. Fidyke Photo Collection 2004-28.
 
Fidyke was a florist and gardener. He worked at and owned several local greenhouses (Davis, and H. G. Pauli & Sons which he later purchased and renamed Sig’s Florist) and was also head horticulturist for the Davenport Park Board. Some photos show greenhouses or conservatories, while others show parks. There are also portraits of Fidyke and pictures of him and his home.
 
Folder 3 contains two documents and non-accession that are accession 2012-14.
 
Folder 1
Archival material related to parks including flower bed planting designs from Riverview Terrace, Fejervary Park, Vander Veer Park; an elevation drawing of the conservatory at Vander Veer Park. Also thank you letter re: landscaping from Mrs. Harold (Juanita G.) Kleinman addressed to Fidyke at H. G. Pauli & Sons, dated Nov. 6, 1946.
 
Folder 2    N/A 2004-10 materials related to acc. 2004-28
Newspaper Clippings about Davenport Parks and related to the career of Sigmund Fidyke
"Davenport May Boast of Finest Floral Display Yet Evolved Here"
C. 1934, "'Mums' The Word When Annual Park Show Opens Sunday"
C. 1934, "Poinsettias Take Center of Stage at Vander Veer"
C. 1935, "City Park Fountain Is Magnet" (2 pages)
Oct. 13, 1935, "Special Features Prepared Every Season of Year for Visitors At Davenport Public Parks
Oct. 13, 1935, "City Parks' Greatest Development Brought on By Depression" (3 Separate pieces)
Oct. 13, 1935, "Boss For 30 Years" 
1935, Head Gardener feature
1935, technician Feature
1935, "Lagoons Beautify Drive"
1938, "It's Mum Time in the Davenport City Parks"
November 20, 1939 "Two Trips Necessary to see Mum show at Best"
"Mum" Show Opens Sunday
Nov. 10, 1940, "Mum Show is Open At Vander Veer"
"Mum show will open Sunday At Vander Veer Park"
"This is the Last day for Mum Display at Vander Veer Park"
"Chrysanthemum Show Draws Crowd Each day, Night to Park"
Jan. 10, 1940, "S.A. Fidyke is Speaker at Garden Department Meeting"
March 9, 1941. "Conservatory Colorful With Million Blossoms"
March 8, 1942, "Spring Flowers- Millions of 'Em- in Bloom as Paek Board Prepared for Annual Easter Show April 5"
1942, "Fidyke Named Rosarian by Rose and Garden Club" 
March 29, 1942 "Features Park Flower Show"
Nov. 15, 1942 "Mum Show to Open Today at Vander Veer"
"Poinsettias At Vander Veer In Full Bloom"
1942, "World News Of the Day"
April 9, 1944 "Build Arch Over Lily Pond"
1947, "Flower Show is Highlight of Florists' Convention here"
April 1, 1943, "Mothers' Club to Hear S.A. Fidyke"
April 1, 1943, "S.A. Fidyke Talks For Mothers Club" 
"Easter Lilies, Bigger and Better than Any Japan Ever Produced, On Display Here" (2 clippings)
"Iowa Florists' Annual Convention Held at Des Moines" (2 pieces)
Nov. 12, 1949, "Society Of Iowa Florists Holds Its Big 47th Annual Convention"
July 4, 1951, " Fidyke Rose Garden in Glen Armil 'Stops Traffic' "
"Rose Garden Brightens Glen Armil Addition"
Aug. 9, 1959 "Sig Fidyke- A Green Thumb Since He was 14"
Jan. 6, 1967, "S.A. Fidyke Dies On Vacation Trip"
"Fidyke services"
Jan 6, 1967 "Former Florist In Davenport Dies on Coast"
 
Folder 3 2012-14
2012.14.1 Naturalization papers for Sidgmud A. Fidyke, June 4, 1924
2012.14.2 Naturalization papers for Elizabeth Fidyke, March 23, 1927
Non-accession
2 copies of S. A. Fidyke’s passport, 1913
2 copies of immigration inspection cards
Photocopy of letter to S. A. Fidyke from daughter?
Letter to Joe Hilak[?], Bettendorf, from S. A. Fidyke
Cassette tape “Dad’s letters”
 
Folder 15 2012-19
2012.19.1 $3 dollar bill “Queer Reserve Note” with President Bill Clinton, 1993
 
Folder 16 1992-79??
4-page brochure re: Davenport Locomotive Works “Davenport” Gas-Electric Industrial Locomotives [c. 1930]
 
Folder 17 2008-11
2008.11.1 sheet music “The Bright Fiery Cross” by Alvia O. DeRee (words), copyright by Rev. Geo. Bennard (music); published by Homer A. Rodeheaver, 1913; re: Ku Klux Klan
 
Folder 18 N/A 2012-2
Photocopies of correspondence and document related to Carole Gross Colca’s activities during the Freedom Summer 1964 in Mississippi
 
Folder 19 2009-29
2008.29.1-2 S&H Green stamp booklet
2008.29.3 S&H Green stamp booklet for McCabe’s Department Store
2008.29.4-5 Swift Gift Dividend Coupon
 
Folder 20 2012-26
2012.26.1 booklet “The Little Engine that Did!” story re: Rock Island Lines [1976?]
2012.26.2a newsletter “Bix Notes” Pre-Festival Edition, 2011
2012.26.2b newsletter “Bix Notes” Special Edition, 2011
2012.26.3 ticket for Bix Festival, August 4-7, 2011
2012.26.4 program for Bix Festival, August 4-7, 2011
 
Folder 21 2008-34 - Women of the Ku Klux Klan materials
2008.34.5 song book “Musiklan” for Imperial Headquarters, Women of the Ku Klux Klan (green cover)
2008.34.6 song book “Musiklan” (white cover)
2008.34.7 booklet “The Code of the Flag” as adopted by the National Flag Conference, June 14-15, 1923, published by Women of the Ku Klux Klan
2008.34.8 booklet oath “Second Degree Obligation”
2008.34.9 a-g 7 sheet of letterhead for Tri-K-Klub of the Women of the KKK
2008.34.10 card application for membership
2008.34.11 card notification of membership
2008.34.12 form “Application for Admission to the Second Degree”
2008.34.13 form “Kleagle’s Pledge of Loyalty”
2008.34.20 form “Oath of Allegiance”
 
Folder 22 2009-19
2009.19.35 poster of Japanese holidays
2009.16.36a-b Japanese greeting card with envelope, winter scene
2009.16.37a-b Japanese greeting card with envelope, white with silver cording
2009.19.38 Japanese New Years card, 1980
2009.19.39 color photographic postcard of 3 women doing Japanese tea ceremony
 
Folder 23 1991-197 Bobby Fisher collection
Copy of original handwritten draft of "You Lie" and number chart for "You Lie", 
Biographical material on Bobby Fischer, 
 
Folder 24 1991-161
1991.161.2 promotional flyer for Bobby Fischer Music Group
1991.161.3 biography flyer for Bobby Fischer, Fischer & Lucis, Inc.
1991.161.4 copy of review of Cee Cee Chapman (People magazine), July 1989
1991.161.5 copy of Billboard chart for week ending Nov. 3, 1990, with letter from Reba
1991.161.7 Quad City Times article on Bobby Fischer Sept 3 1991
 
Folder 25 2001-20 Women’s Encouragement Board (WEB)
2001.20.2 a WEB ad in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Twelfth Annual Red and White Founders Day Banquet and Ball program, February 22, 1997
2001.20.2 b thank you letter from Lucille McCorkle, President, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority for donations and participation in Founders Day banquet and ball
2001.20.8 WEB membership brochure
 
Folder 26 N/A part of 2001-20 donation Women’s Encouragement Board (WEB)
VHS tape for 1989 Leaders Luncheon
VHS tape for 1990 Leaders Luncheon
 
Folder 27 1991-150
Archival materials related to QC Senior Olympics, sponsored by United Medical Center, 1991
“Seniors United” newsletter Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter Quarter, 1991
“Seniors United” newsletter Vol. 2, No. 3, Summer Quarter, 1991
“The United Outlook” newsletter Vol. 4, No. 16, Aug. 23, 1991
Schedule of events for 1991 QC Senior Olympics
Senior Olympics information booklet, including a resume of events, waiver form, participation form, statement of mission and greetings
Daily Dispatch/The Argus insert about Senior Olympics
“The Silver Art Fair / The Literary Arts / Prose – Poetry” booklet, Senior Olympics, 1991
 
Folder 28 1967-139
Program book “Official Souvenir and Programme”, Iowa State Firemen’s Association at Davenport, September 2-5, 1902, including view of local buildings, advertisements for local businesses, photographs of Davenport Firemen and list of officers and members of Veteran volunteers Firemen’s Association of Davenport, Iowa
Newspaper article on 1901 Davenport Fire publiches in Democrat and Leader on July 15, 1901
 
2006.23.5 Rebif Information Book, DVD and CD, 2006 (medication)
 
Subject Headings
ARTS—CENTERS & GALLERIES (FOLDER 7)
ARTS—FINE—PAINTING (FOLDER 3)
BRIDGES—MISC. (FOLDER 3, 4, 5)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—ADVERTISING (FOLDER 3-8)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—BOOTS & SHOES (FOLDER 6)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—CONSTRUCTION (FOLDER 6)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—DEPARTMENT STORES (FOLDER 19)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (FOLDER 6)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—GARAGE (FOLDER 6)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—MISC. (FOLDER 6, 16)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--NURSERIES (FOLDERS 12-14)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—OFFICE SUPPLIES & STATIONERY (FOLDER 1, 3, 6)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY—PRINTING (FOLDER 3)
CHURCHES & RELIGION—CHRISTIAN (FOLDER 6)
COMMUNICATIONS—TELEPHONE (FOLDER 11)
DISASTERS—FIRE (FOLDER 28)
ETHNIC & MINORITY GROUPS—JAPANESE (FOLDER 22)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS—EQUIPMENT & FIREMEN—MISC. (FOLDER 28)
FIRES & FIRE DEPARTMENTS—MISC. (FOLDER 28)
HISTORIC SITES & MUSEUMS—DAVENPORT PUBLIC MUSEUM (FOLDER 9)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—CHRISTMAS (FOLDER 7, 12-14, 22)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—FESTIVALS—BIX (FOLDER 20)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS—NEW YEAR’S (FOLDER 22)
HOSPITALS—MISC. (FOLDER 27)
HOTEL, MOTEL, RESTAURANT & TAVERN—RESTAURANTS (FOLDER 10)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--GARDENS (FOLDERS 12-14)
MEDICINE—MISC. (FOLDER 29)
MUSIC—CHORUSES & SINGERS (FOLDER 17, 23, 24)
NATURE--FLOWERS & PLANTS (FOLDERS 12-14)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS—MISC. (FOLDER 7, 12-14, 17, 21, 25)
PARKS & PARK RECREATION—MISC. (FOLDERS 12-14)
PARKS & PARK RECREATION--VANDER VEER (FOLDERS 12-14)
RAILROADS—CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC (FOLDER 20)
RAILROADS—ENGINES (FOLDER 16, 20)
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—MISC. (FOLDER 6, 7)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—FUNERALS (FOLDER 7)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS—OLD AGE & RETIREMENT (FOLDER27)
SOCIAL PROTEST—MISC. (FOLDER 18)
TRANSPORTATION—TRUCKS (FOLDER 6)
NATIONAL—PRESIDENTS—CLINTON (FOLDER 15)
PEOPLE—CLAYTON, JACK (FOLDER 3-8)
PEOPLE--FIDYKE, ELIZABETH (FOLDERS 12-14)
PEOPLE--FIDYKE, SIGMUND A. (FOLDERS 12-14)
PEOPLE—FISCHER, BOBBY (FOLDER 23, 24)
PEOPLE—GROSS COLCA, CAROLE (FOLDER 18)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collection Box 12 (12 x 15 x 5” flip top)
 
1981-79 Parker/Ficke House specifications
 
Folder 1 1981-79 
Found in small book in folder 2
List of gas fixtures
Business cards: W. L. Carroll, Architect; E. J. Lawson, Carpet, Chas. Goassage & Co.; Albert A. Riley, fireplaces, Chicago; Judson & Co., carpets & curtains
Drawing for [fireplaces] with dimensions
J. M. Parker purchase list from Chas. L. Page (tile)
Expense list – Alden Coal co. “Chas. Gilchrist”
List of “earth work”
Floor plan drawing of first floor
Drawing of house as situated on lot
List of materials & labor costs, total $27,798
List of materials & labor costs, including landscaping?, total $36,000
 
Folder 2 1981-79 
Book with drawings of house/floor plans
Book “Specification for J. M. Parker Residence, Davenport, Ia.”
 
Charles Kent Collections 2000-6
 
Folder 1
2000.6.1 Ledger, Charles H. Kent, Davenport Land and Loan Agent, c. 1879-1899  
 
Folder 2
2000.6.2 Real estate agreement between John S. Ginther & C. F. Kent & Elizabeth A. Kent, 1939  
2000.6.4 Letter, March 23, 1903, to C. H. Kent from J. F. Softon, $100 sent to DeWitt Savings & Bank, held till quick claim deed signed  
2000.6.5 Letter, July 26, 1892, to C. H. Kent from James P. Crance, title dispute  
2000.6.6 Abstract of Title to South 58 lot, 6 & 7 block to 45, Davenport, Iowa, c. 1876  
2000.6.7 Letter, December 17, 1890, from M. T. Brown, releasing  
2000.6.8 Satisfaction of Mortgage, M. T. Brown-grantor, C. H. Kent-grantee, 1891  
2000.6.9 Quick Claim deed, Charles Francis Kent to Hattie Kent, January 3, 1895  
2000.6.10 Satisfaction of Mortgage, M. T. Brown to Charles H. Kent, November 23, 1892  
2000.6.12 Satisfaction of Mortgage, M. T. Brown to Charles H. Kent, April 23, 1893 [lot, Park Place addition, Davenport, IA]     
2000.6.13 Lot map of Swisher County  
2000.6.14 Warranty Deed from Charles H. Kent to Charles Francis Kent, January 31, 1891 [lot 4 north 18' x south 232', lot  south 100', Park Place addition, Davenport, IA]  
2000.6.16 Real estate contract, Luther C. Arey to William F. Hanrahan, May 1, 1937 [lot 6 in block 7, DeWitt, Clinton Co., Iowa]    
2000.619 Unsigned land transfer deed for property in Hale Co. Texas.  Sold by C. H. Kent to James P. Crane, Austin, Tx.  
2000.620 letter to Charles Kent from J. T. Softon requesting quick claim deed for land in Pan Handle, Tx., February 10, 1903  
2000.6.21 letter to C. H. Kent from J. T. Softon. Original deed for land in Pan Handle area of Texas was defective, February 25, 1903    
2000.6.22- photo stat copy of letter to C. F. Kent from Thomas Crimp about sending warranty deed, February 9, 1907
2000.6.23 transcribed, typed copy of letter to C. F. Kent from Thomas Crimp about sending warranty deed, February 9, 1907
 
Zella Steffen Collection 2001-27
 
Folder 1 2001-27
2001.27.16 Snapshot photo album of 4-H club, 1920s and 75th anniversary, 1995  
 
Folder 2
2001.27.6 4-H report book, room redecorating with history of club, c. 1925  
2001.27.12 Booklet '4-H Club Work is Glorifying the Iowa Farm Girl', 1927  
2001.27.13 Musical Moments Extension Service Bulletin No. 191, 1933    
2001.27.14 3 page paper 'With Proper Care A machine will Wear and Wear',. c. 1925  
2001.27.15 Letter to Miss Florence Forbes, re: winning a 4-H club contest, Jan. 3, 1927  
2001.27.19 2 copies of speech by Zella Steffen given at 75th Anniversary of 4-H club, 1995  
 
Folder 3
2001.27.7 4 x 2.25' photograph of Zella Steffen, c. 1925  
2001.27.8 2.5 x 3.5' photograph of Zella Steffen? standing next to desk, c. 1925  
2001.27.9 3.5 x 2.5' photograph of Zella Steffen? standing next to desk, c. 1925  
2001.27.10 2.5 x 3.5' photograph of bedroom, c. 1925  
2001.27.11 3.5 x 2.5' photograph of desk and chair, c. 1925  
2001.27.17 3 x 5.5' photograph of 4-H club first meeting, 1920  
2001.27.18 2.75 x 4.5' photograph of 4-H club, c. 1920
2001.27.20 8 x 10' photograph of group, identified, c. 1927  
2001.27.21-22 2 - 6.5 x 4.75' photographs of pair of girls, Mississippi Valley Fair Champion team, 1925  
2001.27.5 12.5 x 14.5” b/w photograph of Blue Grass Sunshine Workers 4-H Club, c. 1923
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Business & Industry—Real Estate
Entertainment & Amusement—Fairs—Mississippi Valley
Houses & Households—Architectural Designs
Houses & Households—Construction
Houses & Households—Urban—Interior—Identified
Houses & Households—Rural—Interior—Identified
Organizations & Clubs—4-H
People—Kent, Charles F.
People—Kent, Charles H.
People—Steffen, Zella Schuett
 

 

INVENTORY

Archival Coll. Box 13
 
Folder 1 Engelbach – Brown’s Bus. Coll. (accession probably 1978-
Invitation card and envelope to Brown’s Business College class of 1913 graduation ceremony for Friday August 22nd, 1913
Enrollment Certificate (tuition record) issued to Wanda Engelbach for 28 weeks of tuition for Brown’s Business College night school from 09/18/1911 to 04/01/1912
Receipt from Remington Typewriter Company for the received payment of $5.00 for the rent of typewriter issued to Wanda Engelbach on November 4, 1911
Receipt from Remington Typewriter Company for the received payment of $5.00 for a three month rental of equipment #6-6174624 issued to Wanda Engelbach on February 6, 1912  through May 6, 1912
Enrollment Certificate No. 265 (tuition record) issued to Wanda Engelbach for 25 weeks of tuition for Brown’s Business College night school from 09/23/1912 to 03/15/1913 with received payment record of $2,500 on 09/23/1912
Sample/practice business letters #1-38  typed in the Spring of 1912
Sample/practice business letters #1-6 typed September 30, 1912
Sample/practice business letters #1-3 typed October 2,1912
Sample/practice business letters #1-7 typed October 4, 1912
Test Issued January 13, 1913 to type ten various business letters, allowed two hours for completion – all letters graded perfect 
Test issued January 15, 1913 to type fifteen various business letters, allowed four hours for completion – letter #14 graded unclear
Sample/practice business letter #1-13 typed January 17, 1913
Last twelve letters typed of a twenty-five letter test issued January 20, 1913
Letters #1-5 issued for a shorthand test issued January 24, 1913
Folder 2 Engelbach – Brown’s Bus. Coll.
Fifty letter test broken up into four separate dates, 13 letters typed January 29, 1913; second 12 letters typed January 31, 1913; third 13 letters typed February 3, 1913; last 12 letters typed February 5, 1913
Paper typed on diamonds, history and value is mostly covered – typed March 21, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-4 typed March 24, 1913
Paper typed on advertising, why it is important and how it has expanded – typed March 26, 1913
Sample/practice short business letters #2-6 typed March 20, 1913; full length sample/practice business letter typed March 20, 1913; paper typed titled “A Great Industry” about paper mills and the destroying of forests in order to print mass amounts of newspapers, typed March 17, 1913
Sample/practice business letters #1-4 typed March 14, 1913; paper titled “Peat” about the peat industry, what peat is used for, regions which use peat and the value of peat typed March 14, 1913
Sample/practice business letters #1-5 typed March 12, 1913
Sample/practice business letters #1-9 typed March 10, 1913; paper titled “Credit” about the good credit, character, and integrity that one must possess in order to maintain a success business typed March 10, 1913
Three papers typed March 7, 1913 titled: “The Education of the Wage-Earner “Tea and Coffee”, and “Success as a Reporter”
Sample/practice letters #1-11 typed March 5, 1913
Paper titled “Abraham Lincoln” typed March 5, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-3 typed March 2, 1913
Folder 3 Engelbach – Brown’s Bus. Coll.
Sample/practice letters #1-6 typed February 28,1913; paper titled “Education” typed February 28,1913
Sample/practice letters #1-6, #1 typed February 24,1913; paper titled “The Neglected Left Hand” typed February 24,1913
Sample/practice letters #1-5 typed February 26, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-6 typed February 21, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-10 typed February 19, 1913; paper titled “Matches” typed February 19, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-3 typed February 17, 1913; paper titled “Lightning” typed February 17, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-9 typed February 14, 1913; paper titled “The Habit of Work” typed February 14, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-9 typed February 12, 1913
Sample/practice letter #1-11 typed February 10, 1913; paper titled “Obtaining an Education Outside of College” typed February 10, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-3 typed January 27, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-5 typed January 22, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-5 typed January 10, 1913; untitled paper typed January 10, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-4 typed January 13, 1913; paper titled “Making a Typewriter” typed January 13, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-9 typed January 8, 1913
Sample/practice letters #1-10 typed January 9, 1913
Paper titled “Prosperity” typed December 18, 1912
Empty Brown’s folder
Folder 4 Wiese Estate
Two account books belonging to Henry Wiese – dates ranging from 1936-1951
 
Folder 5 Wiese Estate
Balance sheet dated December 29, 1936; “Trial Balance” sheet dated January 1, 1937; “Balance Sheet” dated January 1, 1937; “Trial Balance” sheet dated July 19, 1937; balance sheet dated July 24, 1934 for unpaid January 1, 1937 Federal Tex returns; “Federal Estate Returns”; “Trial Balance” sheet dated December 23, 1937; “Trial Balance” sheet dated December 31, 1937; “Trial Balance” sheet dated December 31, 1938; “Trial Balance” sheet dated December 30, 1939
Two balance sheet(s) for dates ranging between January 2, 1936 – December 31, 1940
Five balance sheet(s) for dates ranging between December 31, 1938 – December 31, 1950; “Costs” sheet for dates March 6, 1943- July 28, 1945
Balance sheet(s) for: Stirton[?] Real Estate January 7 1936 – December 31, 1936; John Schick Estate January 7, 1936 – November 12, 1940; Nick Roller Real Estate January 7 1936 – December 31, 1937; Profir[?] & Lass December 31, 1937 – December 31, 1937; “Notes Receivable” January 2, 1936 – December 31, 1936; William P. Nisbett[?] January 7, 1936 – December 31, 1937; James Marshall Real Estate January 7, 1936 – December 31, 1937; Noth & Fricke “Estate Costs” April 21, 1938 – December 30, 1940; Union Savings Bank & Trust Company January 20, 1940 – September 25, 1944;  United States Bonds September 9, 1943 – November 13, 1943; Mortgage Loans March 8, 1947 – October 6, 1949; William G. Johnston Real Estate March 25, 1946 – December 31, 1946; Arthur Hitchcock Real Estate October 31, 1947 – May 5, 1949; Ad. Hilbert Real Estate December 31, 1937 – February 7, 1939; Grace Hall Real Estate September 22, 1943 – August 2, 1944; Bank Deposit December 31, 1937 – January 2, 1940; Julia Cooper Contract December 29, 1941 – January 2, 1944; Dividends December 31, 1943 – April 1, 1944; Davenport Ban k & Trust Co. – “Savings” December 31, 1937 – July 14, 1943; Davenport Bank & Trust Co. “Commercial” January 17, 1939 – May 26, 1943; W. H. Wiese January 3, 1938 & November 30, 1938; Union Savings Bank & Trust Co. January 2, 1939 and June 27, 1940; Notes Payable February 21, 1939 and January 2, 1936; National Biscuit Co. January 7, 1936 and January 6, 1938; Wm. G. Johnston February 23, 1937 and July 6, 1938; Kahl Bonds January 2, 1936 – June 28, 1940; F. B. Howell July 6, 1936 and December 31, 1938; Independent Baking Co. January 7, 1936 and December 31, 1937; First Federal Savings & Loans Association July 11, 1940 and December 31, 1940; Hageboech Realty Co. January 2, 1936 – December 31, 1937; Davenport Bank & Trust Co – Stock January 2, 1936 – December 22, 1937; Blank paper; Richard S. Anderson January 7, 1936 – November 15, 1938; A. J. Bradley January 7, 1936 – December 31, 1940; Chamber Bldg. Co. January 2, 1936 – February 15, 1939; Davenport Bank & Trust Co. – Commercial January 2, 1936 – September 11, 1936; Adam Steinmetz Contract April 3, 1940 – July 2, 1940; Kahl Bonds December 31, 1937 – January 3, 1938; F. B. Howell April 3, 1942 – December 31, 1946; Grayson & M. Taggart June 15, 1943 – December 31, 1943; First Federal Saving & Loan Association January 22, 1943 – April 21 1944; Estate of Henry Wiese November 30, 1938 and January 3, 1938; Davenport Country Club December 30, 1944 and May 17, 1944;  Davenport  Bank & Trust Co. “Stock” December 31, 1943 – December 24, 1943; Lawrence Alber August 13, 1943 – March 16, 1944
 
Folder 6 A. J. Noth, Estate
Collection of five letter(s) dated August 4, 1953; September 22, 1953; September 24, 1953; and October 9, 1953 concerning the estate possession and assets for the deceased Albert J. Noth
Six District Court report(s) on the Last Will and Testament of Albert J. Noth dated June 8, 1950; June 24, 1952; August 7, 1953; October 28, 1953; August 13, 1956; June 18, 1947, and August 28, 1956; Receipt of the payment of $32.50 from Albert J. Noth to W. H. Shorey Atty. on August 24, 1956; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach from Wilson H. Shorey, Charles H. Wilson, Frances E. Plath, Maxwell M. Miller, Jr., and Edmund H. Carroll; District Court notice of final report of trustee Wand A. Engelbach under the will of Albert J. Noth; two pages from The Daily Reporter Davenport Newspaper of August 14, 1956; typed statement of receipts and disbursements for Albert J. Noth Estate October 22, 1953 – July 18, 1956; written statement of receipts and disbursements – final receipts October 22, 1953 – August 4, 1956; memorandum to beneficiaries of Albert J. Noth Estate; written statement of receipts and disbursements – 5th report August 18, 1953 – October 22, 1953;  letter to Wanda. A. Engelbach from her Shorey, Wilson, Plath, and Miller dated September 24, 1953 regarding the memorandum and request to the legatees of Albert J. Noth estate; carbon-copy of a letter sent to Harry L. Noth from Shorey, Wilson, Plath, & Miller regarding William G. Noth resigning as trustee; request to trustee William G. Noth dated October 14, 1956; Memorandum to beneficiaries of Albert J. Noth Estate; bill statement to Edna Louise Noth from J. R. Shorey, M. D. of $425.00 dated 6/29/1953 paid on 7/9/1953; bill statement to Edna Louise Noth from Horrigan Home For Funerals of $1331.29 dated June 18, 1953 paid in full July 13, 1953; receipt from Pauli Floral Company of $20.40; receipt of first and second payment(s) totaling $100.00 dated January 14, 1954; receipt of $100.00 to Wanda A. Engelbach from A. J. Noth Estate dated 7/21/1953; written receipts of A. J Noth Estate June 30, 1952 – July 14, 1953; A. J. Noth Estate Mortgages; A. J. Noth Estate receipts June 2, 1950 – June 30, 1952; A. J. Noth Estate Receipts June 29, 1950 – June 30, 1952; district court order on second report of trustees dated June 8, 1950; A. J. Noth Receipts March 31, 1949 – May 22, 1950; district court order on first report of trustees dated May 25, 1949; A. J. Noth Estate receipts June 22, 1947 –  March 10, 1949; court costs receipts; A. J. Noth Estate receipts August 25, 1946 – May 5, 1947; statement of receipts and disbursements September 25, 1946 – May 27, 1947; district court report of beneficiaries, property, and miscellaneous under the will of Albert J. Noth; deductible liabilities of A. J. Noth Estate; list of shares and stock
Bill statement to Edna Louise Noth from J. R. Shorey, M. D. of $425.00 dated 6/29/1953 paid on 7/9/1953; bill statement to Edna Louise Noth from Horrigan Home For Funerals of $1331.29 dated June 18, 1953 paid in full July 13, 1953; receipt from Pauli Floral Company of $20.40
Executors copy of Estate Tax Return of Albert J. Noth 
Last will of Albert J. Noth filed September 30, 1946
Returned documents for the Guaranty Trust Company of New York pertaining to the Estate of Albert J. Noth including: district court order on final report of executors dated July 18, 1947; final will of A. J. Noth filed September 30, 1946; testimony of the Last Will and Testament of Albert J. Noth signed by clerk of District Court Elmer Jens on August 19, 1953; and district court order dated August 7, 1953; 
District court fifth report of trustees dated October 28, 1953; district court fourth report of trustees dated August 7, 1953; written estate third report of trustees receipts June 29, 1950 – June 30 1952
 
Folder 7 Rhoda Jipp, Est.
Last will and Testament of Rhoda E. Jipp of June 26, 1904; Official copy District Court notice of final report of Julius Ficke December, 1946; official copy order prescribing notice of final report December, 1946; state of Iowa state tax commission of the estate of Rhoda E. Jipp; final report of administrator with will annexed of Rhoda E Jipp December 31, 1946; receipt of $75.00 Treasurer’s Office, Scott County, Iowa received of Rhoda E. Jipp Estate June 12, 1946; receipt signed by Fannie M. Schirach acknowledge receipt from Julius Ficke September 5, 1946;  order approving first report of administrator and directing distribution June 12, 1946; first report of administrator and petition for distribution of the residuary estate June 11, 1946; report of liabilities deductible for inheritance tax purposes February 18, 1945; commission to inheritance tax appraisers May 18, 1945; probate inventory, report of beneficiaries and real property preliminary inheritance tax report filed May 16, 1945; administrator’s public notice March 28, 1945; administrator’s bond March 28, 1945; letters of administration with the will annexed March 28, 1945; copy of Rhoda A. Jipp last will and testament June 26, 1904; clerk of district court certify of Last Will and Testament of Rhoda A. Jipp March 28, 1945; order admitting will to probate and order appointing administrator with the will annexed March 28, 1945; petition for appointment of administrator with the will annexed March 23, 1945; affidavit of publication March 15, 1945; notice of probate February 28, 1945; order for probate February 28, 1945; oath of Rhoda E. Jipp date of decease and birth February 27, 1945
 
Folder 8 AJ Noth, Personal Englebach
Invitation to Commencement Exercises of the Law Department State University of Iowa for June 10
Newspaper clipping announcing death of Mrs. A. J. Noth dated June 15, 1953; newspaper clipping announcing death of Oscar F. Noth; newspaper clipping announcing death of W. G. Noth; newspaper clipping announcing death of Edward Noth; newspaper clipping announcing death of William G. Noth; newspaper clipping announcing death of Albert Noth dated September 26, 1946; two (2) newspaper clipping of Albert J. Noth valued estate; newspaper clipping announcing death of Albert J. Noth; newspaper clipping announcing the funeral service for Albert J. Noth; newspaper clipping of Noth estate trust fund; newspaper clipping announcing death of Albert Noth 
Graduation listing for the thirty-fourth annual graduating exercises of Davenport High School June 27, 1890 
Letter addressed to Albert Noth, Louis M. Marks, Sidney Moritz, Harold Benefiel, and Abe Levy September 26, 1935 from Edward C. Roberts
Letter addressed “Dear Boys” from Edward C. Roberts February 12, 1936
Letter addressed to Louis M. Marks, Sidney Moritz, Albert Noth, Abe Levy, Harold Benefiel April 2, 1936 from Edward C. Roberts
Letter addressed “Dear Boys’ November 2, 1936 from Edward C. Roberts
Paragraph typed September 10, 1948
Biographical sketch – missing pages
Memory and Prayers sheet from the Edward Congregational Church in Davenport, Iowa
Resolution for Albert John Noth presented by the Scott County Bar Association dated November 5, 1946
Tax report record
 
Folder 9 Life Insurance & Stock
Expense records of William G. Noth torn pages dated from October 29, 1953 – March 16, 1955
Statement of receipts and disbursements for the estate of William G. Noth
Letter addressed to John A. Hornby April 4, 1955
Letter addressed to Marianne and John March 14, 1955; letter addressed to Marianne and John March 7, 1955; 1954 U.S. Income tax return for John F. Noth; finance notes kept to be included in form 1040
Letter addressed to Marianne, Marge and John January 29, 1955; letter addressed to Marianne, Marge and John January 29, 1955
Typed letter addressed to Wanda January 5, 1955 from Marge and John
Written letter addressed to Wanda October 25, 1954 from Marge and John
Written letter addressed to Wanda October 22, 1954 from Marianne
Typed letter addressed to Marge October 18, 1954
Written letter addressed to Wanda August 19, 1954 from Marge and John
Typed letter addressed to Marianne and John October 16, 1954
Typed letter addressed to John and Marianne October 16, 1954
Letter addressed to Marg[sic] and John September 9, 1954 from Sally and Sherman
Letter addressed to “the stockholders of Northern Pacific Railway Company” July 16, 1954 from A.M. Gottschald; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach August 17, 1954 from Great Northern Railway Company
Testimony of district court clerk to the last will and testament of William G. Noth received August 2, 1954
Return receipt received July 28, 1954
Letter addressed to the Great Northern Railway Company July 12, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to the stockholders of Great Northern Railway Company June 28, 1954 from company president
Letter addressed to Mr. Scroggs July 10, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed “Dear Customer” from the Vice president and cashier of Iowa-Des Moines National Bank June 14, 1954
Letter and envelope addressed to the city assessor’s office June 2, 1954 from Alice Noth and Wanda A. Engelbach
Typed letter addressed to Marge and John May 27, 1954; letter addressed to M. and J. May 27, 1954; letter addressed to M. and J. May 27, 1954 from Wanda; written letter addressed to Wanda February 25, 1954 from Marge and John
Statement from Bankers Trust Company addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed to Bankers Trust company from Wanda A. Engelbach; statement from Bankers Trust Company addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed to Mr. Hornby April 10, 1954 from Wanda
Letter addressed to J. P. Morgan & Co., Inc. April 10, 1954 from Executrix
Letter addressed to Wanda. A. Engelbach April 2, 1954 from J.P. Morgan & CO. Incorporated
Letter addressed to City Bank Farmers Trust Company April 3, 1954 from Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Bankers Trust Company April 3, 1954 from William G. Noth Estate
Letter addressed to Marianne, Cliff and the Girls March 17, 1954
Letter addressed to Wanda Engelvach[sic] March 8, 1954 from Ruhl & Ruhl; check stub to William G. Noth from Ruhl & Ruhl March 2, 1954l; check stub to William G. Noth from Ruhl & Ruhl June 13, 1953
Letter addressed to Postmaster February 27, 1954 from Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Hulberry February 8, 1954 
Letter addressed to Wanda Engelbach February 5, 1954 from Fred Hulberry
Letter addressed to F. F. Frost February 1, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach
 
Folder 10 Life Insurance & Stock
Unaddressed post card dated January 23, 1953; paper clipping announcing the death of William Noth dated January 24, 1954
Newspaper clipping announcing death of John A. Hornby dated April 24, 1955; newspaper clipping announcing death of John A. Hornby; state of Iowa tax commission to Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach issued March 25, 1955; letter addressed to the District Director of Internal revenue March 8, 1955 from Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach; written statement of receipts and disbursement receipts for the estate of William G. Noth dates January 23, 1954 – January 16, 1955; Final Report and Order in the matter of the Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth December, 1954; Final Report and Order in the matter of the Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth December, 1954; Assignment of Interest Contract of Sale December 31, 1954; Assignment of Interest and Contract of Sale December 31, 1954; letter addressed to Mr. Harry L. Noth December 29, 1954 from John A. Hornby; letter addressed to John F. Noth December 29, 1954 from John A. Hornby; letter addressed to Marianne McDonald December 29, 1954 from John A. Hornby; receipt and waiver; Petition to sell stocks, etc. and Order thereon in the matter of the Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth November 17, 1954; petition to sell stocks, etc. and order thereon in the matter of the Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth November 17, 1954
Letter addressed to North American Timber Co. from State Tax commission November 12, 1954; letter addressed to Consolidated Nevada Utah Corp. from State Tax Commission November 12, 1954; letter addressed to Davenport Bank and Trust Co. from State Tax Commission November 12, 1954; receipt of payment of $3,307.29 to Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach November 10, 1954 from the State Tax Commission of Iowa; letter addressed to Mr. Kauffman November 8, 1954 from John A. Hornby; letter addressed to John A. Hornby October 29, 1954 from State Tax Commission; letter addressed to R. M. Kauffman October 27, 1954 from John A. Hornby; letter to John A. Hornby October 26, 1954 from State Tax Commission; letter addressed to R. M. Kauffman October 19, 1954 from John A. Hornby; petition and Order in the matter of the Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth; letter addressed to John A. Hornby September 24,1 954 from State Tax Commission; Final Inheritance Tax Return for the estate of William G. Noth
Receipt from Northwestern Bell Telephone Company of $484.00; business card for Igleharts; receipt of payment from Art Stone Company of $105.00 to the estate of William G. Noth; receipt from Northwestern Bell Telephone Company of $1.08; order of bill from Kessell Transfer & Storage Co. to Harry Noth dated March 13, 1954; receipt from Northwestern Bill Telephone Company February 22, 1954 for $17.24; receipt from the Runge Mortuary, Inc. for payment of $282.00 dated February 27, 1954; receipt from Dunn’s Funeral Home March 8, 1954 from received payment of $180.63; letter addressed to Harry L. Noth from H. E. McDonald February 5, 1954; application for burial allowance of William G. Noth; empty envelope addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach; receipt from Northwestern Bell Telephone Company January 22, 1954 for received payment of $6.74; receipt of payment of $5.00 January 14. 1954
Receipt of payment of $38.00 8-20-1954; receipt of payment $39.00 August 16, 1954 to attorney W. H. Shorey; testimony of clerk of the district court April 12, 1954; application for relief from appraisement for inheritance tax purposes January 23, 1954; probate inventory, report of beneficiaries and real property preliminary inheritance tax report; Chicago Daily Tribune newspaper page of January 23, 1954; probate inventory, report of beneficiaries and real property preliminary inheritance tax report; affidavit of publication February 4, 1954 copy of notice; order issued February 4, 1954; Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth October 30, 1953; Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth October 30, 1953; certificate of death January 27, 1954; receipt of safe deposit box U-596 January 28, 1954; notes from safe deposit box January 29,. 1954
Letter testamentary; Last Will and Testament of William G. Noth; testimony of clerk of the district court
Petition to sell stocks, etc. and order thereon filed November 17, 1954; testimony of clerk of district court November 18, 1954
 
Folder 11 Life Insurance & Stocks
Empty envelope from Iowa Old Age and Survivor Insurance System; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach March 12, 1954 from Ed. R. Longnecker; letter to Harry L. Noth February 19, 1954 from Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance with attached referral card; stock certificate request to William G. Noth October 24, 1944;preferred stock certificate No. 2184 November 15, 1944
Thank you card from Merrill Lynch; receipt to Alice Noth Gingrich from Merrill Lynch December 29, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 15, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 14, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 6, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch November 19, 1954; statement of security account with Merrill Lynch to Alice Noth Gingrich; letter to Alice Noth Gingrich November 19, 1954 from Merrill Lynch; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 8, 1954; non redeemable preferred stock November 28, 1945; letter addressed to Corporate Trust Department November 24, 1945 from Iowa State Board of Education; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 9, 1954; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach December 7, 1954 from N. W. Atkinson; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach December 7, 1954 from N. W. Atkinson; letter to Secretary of State December 2, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; W. G. Noth bank notes on empty envelope; receipt from Merrill Lynch November 30, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 22, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 22, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 1, 1954; letter addressed to stockholders of Magma Copper Company December 1, 1954 from A. J. NcNab; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 27, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 2, 1954; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach December 7, 1954 from John N. McDowell; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach December 7, 1954 from John N. McDowell; letter addressed to secretary of state December 2, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; receipt from Merrill Lynch December 22, 1954; receipt from Merrill Lynch November 22, 1956; reference card No. C-405797 for veterans administration; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach October 12, 1954 from E. H. Callahan; letter addressed to E. H. Callahan September 30, 1054 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach July 20, 1954 from E. H. Callahan; letter addressed to E. H. Callahan July 10, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; public voucher for payment of insurance May 20, 1954; public voucher for payment of insurance; letter addressed to E. H. Callahan April 14, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; testimony from clerk of the district court April 12, 1954; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach March 31, 1954 from E. H. Callahan; return receipt for veterans administration March 5, 1954; letter addressed to E. H. Callahan March 3, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to legal representative of the estate of William G. Noth February 15, 1954 from E. H. Callahan; selection of optional settlement by beneficiary; claim for life insurance March 2, 1954; public voucher policy loan December 12, 1936; statement of life insurance March 5, 1954letter to Wanda A. Engelbach March 8, 1954 from Dorothea Fersch; letter addressed to Dorothea Fersch March 1, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach February 3, 1954 from Dorothea Fersch; Proof of death certificate unfilled out; letter addressed to the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America February 2, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; receipt of payment from guardian life insurance company of America September 6, 1946; receipt of payment from guardian life insurance company of America April 6, 1945; letter addressed to Mrs. Gingrich March 4, 1954 from A. H. McKinley; policy receipt March 3, 1954;  letter addressed to C. V. Wilson March 1, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach February 3, 1954 from C. V. Wilson; letter addressed to mutual Life Insurance Company of New York February 2, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; record of payment September 26, 1953
 
Folder 12 Life Insurance & Stocks
Letter addressed to District Director Of Internal Revenue on March 18, 1955 from Alice Noth Gingrich and Wanda A. Engelbach; U.S. Fiduciary Income Tax Return for the calendar year 1954; U.S. Information Return for calendar year 1954; W. G. Noth – Personal from January 1 – January 23 1954; instructions for form 1041 U.S. Fiduciary Income Tax Returns; Iowa Fiduciary Return of Income for calendar year 1954; notice of adjustment to Wanda A. Engelbach October 11, 1954; letter addressed to J. H. Steckel, Jr. on March 1, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach and Alice Noth Gingrich; letter addressed to Wanda Engelbach on December 18, 1853 from J. H. Steckel, Jr.; Claim of tax assessments on December 18, 1953; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return on December 18, 1953; Receipt for payment of taxes on March 14, 1951; withholding statement of 1050; W. G. Noth Income tax data 1950; U.S. Individual Income Tax Report of 1950; Declaration of Estimated Income tax By Individuals of 1950; U.S. Individual Income Tax Report of 1953; Gains and Losses From Sales or Exchanges of Property of 1953; W. G. Noth Income Tax Data 1953; 1953 Dividends; Great Northern Dividend Payments in 1953; letter addressed to the Stockholders of Kennecott Copper Corporation on December 18, 1953 from E. S. Hann; letter addressed to Director of Internal Revenue on November 12, 1953 from Wanda Engelbach; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return of 1952; Income Tax Forms for 1952 information and guide; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return of 1951; helpful information on how to prepare your U.S. Income Tax Return for 1951; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return for 1949; Individual Income Tax Return for 1949; Individual Income Tax Return for 1948; Withholding statement 1948; U.S. Individual Income Tax Return 1948; Individual Income Tax Return 1947; Individual Income Tax Return 1946; Individual Income Tax Return 1945
 
Folder 13 Letters: Correspondence A. J. Noth, Estate
Letter to Marianne on September 8, 1956 from unknown; letter to John and Marge on September 3, 1956 from unknown; letter to Harry, John and Marianne on January 15, 1956 from unknown; letter to Marianne on September 8, 1955 from unknown; letter to Marianne on August 24, 1955 from unknown; letter to Wanda on August 15, 1955 from Marianne; letter to Marianne on August 8, 1955 from unknown; letter to Wanda on July 27, 1955 from  Marianne; letter to Harry, John and Marianne on July 12, 1955 from W.; letter to Wanda on March 11, 1955 from unknown; letter to Harry, John and Marianne on January 6, 1955 from W.; letter to Harry, John and Marianne on July 9, 1954 from W.; letter to Harry on January 13, 1954 from unknown; letter to John and Marge on January 13, 1954 from unknown, Christmas letter to Wanda date unknown from John and Marge Noth; letter to Marianne on January 13, 1954 from unknown; letter to Wanda on December 16, 1953 from Marianne and family; letter to Wanda on December 16, 1953 from Edith; letter to Wanda on December 18, 1953 from Edith; letter to Wanda on December 12, 1953 from Edith; letter to Marianne on December 15, 1953 from W.; letter to Harry on November 27, 1953 from W.; receipt for registered article No. 6130; letter to Marianne on November 25, 1953 from unknown; statement of receipts and disbursements from October 22 1953 – November 24, 1953; letter addressed to John and Marge on November 25, 1953 from unknown; letter to Marge and John on October 12, 1953 from W.; letter to Wanda on September 2, 1953 from Marge and John; letter to Wanda on September 10, 1953 from unknown; letter to Wanda A. Engelbach on September 8, 1953 from R. D. Sharrar; letter to Miss Engelbach on August 30, 1953 from Julius Ticke; letter to Edith on August 29, 1953 from unknown; letter to Wanda on August 11, 1953 from Edith; statement of payment on to the Northwest Mutual Life Insurance Company on August 25, 1953; ; letter to Billy on August 29, 1953 from unknown; letter from Marianne on August 28, 1953 from unknown; letter to John on August 28, 1953 from unknown; letter to Mr. and Mrs. Ficke on August 24, 1953 from unknown; letter to Marianne on August 19, 1953 from unknown; letter to Marge and John on August 19, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Mr. W. Noth August 14, 1953 from E. F. Brooks; letter addressed to Billy Wednesday, Aug. 19, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Sharrar August 11, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Pollock August 11, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Edith August 7, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda July 23, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Wanda July 19, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Mr. Leman August 3, 1953 from Wanda A. Engelbach; written letter addressed to Mr. Bowman; letter addressed to John July 27, 1953 from W.; letter addressed to Wanda July 25, 1953 from John; letter addressed to Marianne July 27, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda from Billy; letter addressed to Marianne July 23, 1953 from unknown; Marimac Kennels card; letter addressed to Miss Engelbach July 22, 1953 from Mariam McDonald; letter addressed to John and Marge July 22, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda July 8, 1953 from Marge and John; letter addressed to Marianne July 20, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Edith July 18, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda July 2, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Wanda June 23, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Billy July 16, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Marianne July 15, 1953 from Wanda Engelbach; letter addressed to Billy July 11, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda July 6, 1953 from Billy; letter addressed Miss Engelbach July 3, 1953 from Ficke; letter addressed to Marge and John July 2, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Billy July 1, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Ficke June 24, 1953 from W.E.; letter addressed to Edith June 21, 1953 from unknown; thank you letter to Reverend Daubey[sic] from W. E.; letter typed June 21, 1953 to Dr. Peck, Mrs. C. H. Brown, Frank Campus, Jane Otto, Edith Risley, Agnes Ficke from W. E.; letters addressed to George Williamson, Mrs. Robert Risley, L.H. Brandt, E.J. Dougherty, and Harry Noth from W.E.; letters typed June 24, 1953 to Mr. Balch, Ed Balch, Cheney, Clayton, Mrs. Joseph Shorey, and W.H. Shorey from Wanda; letter addressed to Wanda June 16, 1957[sic] from Edith; Western Union file for Miss Wanda Engelbach dated June 16, 1953; letter addressed to Edith June 15, 1953 from Wanda; newspaper clipping announcing death of Mrs. A. J. Noth; sample article for newspaper clipping; letter addressed to Wanda June 11, 1953 from Billy; letter addressed to Billy June 10, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Edith June 9, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda June 8, 1953 from Edith; deposit receipt May 29, 1953; letter addressed to Wanda May 26, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Edith May 21, 1953 from unknown; deposit receipt May 15, 1953; letter Wanda May 11, 1953 from Billy; letter addressed to marge and John May 8, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda April 17, 1953 from Marge and John; letter addressed to Wanda April 8, 1953 from Marge and John; letter addressed to Wanda January 21, 1953 from Marge and John; letter addressed to Billy May 7, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Edith May 7, 1953 from Marge; letter addressed to Wanda April 28, 1953 from Edith
Statement of payment on April 25, 1953 to The Northwestern Mutual Life insurance Company  
Letter addressed to Wanda Engelbach April 20, 1953 from James H. Copeland; letter addressed to James H. Copeland April 16, 1953 from Robert L. Peters; envelope addressed to Mrs. Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda date unknown from Billy; letter addressed to Billy April 14, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Edith April 14, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda April 5, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Marge and John April 13, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Billy March 27, 1953 from unknown; letter addressed to Wanda March 24 from Billy; letter addressed to Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. March 24, 1053 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Edith March 24, 1953 from unknown;  letter addressed to Wanda March 19, 1953 from Edith; letter addressed to Billy March 16, 1053 from unknown; empty envelope
Ledger book belonging to A. J. Noth estate (May 13, 1942 – November 25, 1958)
Ledger book belonging to C. A. Ficke estate (December 1, 1943 – March 31, 1953)
Ledger book belonging to Ficke, Noth & Ficke business (May 8, 1945 – January 20, 1948)
 
Folder 14 Engelbach – House Papers
Contract agreement July 1946; warranty deed of Henry C. Engelbach and Wilhelmine Engelbach
Warranty deed dated August 16, 1946; warranty deed dated September 1, 1941; deed bargain and sale September 27, 1880; Indenture November 18, 1874; 
Statement to Miss Wanda Engelbach August 23, 1950 in account with J. A. Ryan; Indenture August 29, 1950; letter addressed to Miss Julia Miller October 27, 1952 from unknown
Abstract of Title July 1946
Lot Three; warranty deed
Scott County Saving Banks; Lot Four; warranty deed
Last Will and Testament of Edwin F. Balch September 14, 1944
Assessment roll for 1957
Sieg Company invoice 4-27-1935; Harold Vogel Roofing & Supply Co. November 1, 1946; Peterson Plumbing and heating Company December 10, 1048; Julius Martens October 5, 1942; Peterson Plumbing and Heating Company October 25, 1955; Gas Space-Heating permit 9-6-55;Arnold Dau plastering contractor September 20, 1957; Vernon L. Paaske & Son Co. statement 1956; balance sheet(s); The White Lumber Store 7/30 1956 and 7/31 1956; Mueller Lumber Co. 7-31-56; H. O. Seiffert Lumber Co. 8-1 1956; S & S Woodshop July 31, 1986; invoice for Miss Wanda Engelbach October 14, 1955; Cashway Lumber Company bill 5/31/1954; Harry Jacobs invoice 8/15/1954; Cashway Lumber Company 5-12-1954; balance sheet; J. E. Rathman 1953; J. E. Rathman November 23, 1953; Chas. Naeckel’s Sons Co. April 24, 1953 statement; Mueller Lumber Company invoice September 2, 1952, W.F. Evans & Son statement August 5, 1952; unknown statement paid May 29, 1952; contract between Peterson Plumbing & heating Co. and Miss Wanda Engelbach March 17, 1952; Julius J. Martens statement April 23, 1952; Mueller Lumber Company September 14, 1951; Julius J. Martens June 30, 1951; Speth Bros. Construction Co. October 2, 1950; Julius Martens August 1, 1950; Will E. Kerns June 28, 1950; Kelly’s June 16, 1950; Julius Martens March 13, 1950; unknown statement December 6, 1947; Edwards A. Schebler December 1, 1949; Hansen’s Nursery May 21, 1949; Art Stone Company October 19, 1948; H. O Seiffert Lumber Co. May 20, 1948; H. O. Seiffert Lumber Co. May 20, 1948; H. O. Seiffert Lumber Co. May 15, 1948; Art Stone Company December 18, 1948; W. H. Sampson March 25, 1949
 
Folder 15 Edward Hoden, Engelbach Estate
Mortgage under “The Land Titles Act” Edward Holden March 16, 1914; Valuator’s Confidential report for Ficke & Ficke February 28, 1914; Fick & Ficke loan agreement March 5, 1914; Application for Loan of Edward Holden; promise of payment on January 1, 1914; The Land Titles Act October 6, 1914, extension agreement December 2, 1918; extension agreement April 18, 1924; The Land Titles Act January 1, 1929; The Land Titles Act September 23, 1941, Dominion of Canada proposal October 8, 1947; Form Q Notice of Order of Court December 6, 1947; Indenture made in duplicate May 10, 1948; The Land Title Act Alice F. Simonson January 12, 1955; Land Titles Act Wanda A. Engelbach October 10, 1957
Letter addressed to The Royal Bank of Canada November 26, 1957 from Wanda A. Engelbach
Davenport Bank and Trust Company deposit receipt November 23, 1957; receipt for registered article No. 1274 on 10/23/1957; letter addressed to Mr. Craig on October 23, 1957 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach October 16, 1957 from A. G. Craig; letter addressed to A. G. Craig October 11, 1957 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach September 30, 1957 from A.G. Craig; letter addressed to Mrs. Beatrice Holden November 26, 1956 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda Engelbach October 1956 from Beatrice Holden; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 20, 1956 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 31, 1955 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter from the royal bank of Canada to Wanda A. Engelbach on October 14, 1955; transfer of mortgage receipt February 11, 1955; customer receipt February 15, 1955; letter addressed to Grayson & McTaggart February 16, 1955 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach February 11, 1955 from Grayson & McTaggart; letter addressed to Grayson & McTaggart January 28, 1955 from Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed to Mrs. Devore N. Simonson January 8, 1955 from unknown; letter addressed to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watzek December 29, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to Miss Engelbach December 14, 1954; letter addressed to Miss Wanda Engelbach December 14, 1954 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to Mr. Stanhope B. Ficke December 16, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Arthur D. Ficke December 14, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Devore N. Simonson December 12, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to Miss Wanda Englebach[sic] December 7, 1954 from Mrs. Devore N. Simonson; envelope addressed to Miss Wanda Englebach[sic]; letter addressed to Mrs. And Mr. Watzek December 12, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to Miss Engelbach November 16, 1954 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to Mrs. Simonson and Mrs. Watzek November 13, 1954 from unknown; letter addressed to the Residuary Legatees of Frances D. Ficke November 13, 1954 from Wanda Engelbach
Receipt of deposit from Davenport Bank and Trust Company October 30, 1954; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden November 1, 1954 from Wanda A. Engelbach; statement for Mrs. Edward Holden November 1, 1954; letter addressed to Miss Wanda A. Engelbach October 20, 1954 from Mrs. Ed Holden; letter and envelope addressed to Wanda A. Engelbach October 14, 1954 from Beatrice Holden; letter addressed to Miss. Wanda A. Engelbach November 17, 1953 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to the Residuary Legatees of Frances D. Ficke November 13, 1953 from Wanda Engelbach; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 10, 1953 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Miss Engelbach October 2, 1053 from Mrs. E. Holden; letter addressed to Miss Wanda A. Engelbach December 4, 1952 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to Mrs. D. N. Simonson, Mrs. C. H. Watzek, Mrs. A. D. Ficke, and Mr. Stanhope B. Ficke November 29, 1952 from Wanda Engelbach; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 23, 1952 from Wanda A. Engelbach; letter addressed to Miss Wanda A. Engelbach October 10, 1952 from Mrs. Ed Holden; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden April 26, 1952 from Wanda A. Engelbach; statement for Mrs. Edward Holden April 26, 1952; letter addressed to Miss. Engelbach December 31, 1951 from Mrs. B. Holden; letter addressed to Miss Wanda A. Engelbach December 10, 1951 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to Mrs. D. N. Simonson, Mrs. C. H. Watzek, Mrs. A. D. Ficke, and Mr. Stanhope B. Ficke December 5, 1951 from Wanda Engelbach
Envelope addressed to Ficke, Noth & Ficke; note for payment on account of mortgage; deposit receipt from Davenport Bank and Trust Company; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden November 6, 1951 from unknown; envelope addressed to Wanda; letter addressed “Dear Madam” October 19, 1951 from Mrs. B. Holden; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 9, 1951 from Wanda A. Engelbach
Letter addressed to Mr. Julius Ficke January 9, 1951 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to Mr. Ch. H. Watzek January 8, 1951 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden December 19, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. Julius Ficke December 20, 1950from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed “Dear Sirs” December 8, 1950 from Mrs. B. Holden; balance sheet for F. D. F. Heirs; letter addressed to the Residuary Legatees of Frances D. Ficke Mrs. D. N. Simonson,. Mrs. C. H. Watzek, Mrs. A. D. Ficke, and Mr. Stanhope B. Ficke December 14, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. C. H. Watzek January 8, 1951 from unknown; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden November 29, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; deposit receipt from Davenport Bank and Trust Company November 15, 1950; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 31, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed “Dear Sirs” October 24, 1950 from Mrs. B. Holden; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden October 17, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; written arrangement to refer to copy of agreement; letter addressed “Dear Sirs” October 19, 1950 from Mrs. Ed Holden; letter addressed Mrs. Edward Holden September 25, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; balance sheet labeled “Holden”; letter addressed “Dear Sirs” September 19, 1950 from Mrs. Ed Holden; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden September 13, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mrs. Edward Holden January 3, 1950 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed “Dear Sirs” December 23, 1949 from Mrs. B Holden; statement from James Graham, K. C. November 7, 1949; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke November 7, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. November 4, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke
Letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke October 25, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham. K. C. October 19, 1949 from J. D. Porter
Letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke,  Noth & Ficke October 17, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. October 13, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mrs. Beatrice Holden October 13, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mrs. Beatrice Holden September 26, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Ficke, Noth & Ficke September 29, 1949 from Beatrice Holden
 
Folder 16 Edward Holden, Engelbach Estate
Letter addressed Mr. James Graham, K. C. June 9, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke June 6, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to James Graham June 3, 1949 from unknown; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke May 31, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. May 25, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke March 7, 1949 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. March 3, 1949 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. Julius Ficke January 12, 1949 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to the Residuary Legatees of Frances D. Ficke January 6, 1949 from unknown; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke December 21, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. December 17, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke
Letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke December 6, 1948 from MacPherson, Milliken, Leslie & Tyerman
Letter addressed Mrs. Edward Holden November 23, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; deposit receipt from Davenport Bank and Trust Company November 8, 1948; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke October 22, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed Mr. James Graham October 19, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke October 12, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke July 28, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. C. H. Watzek August 13, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. Julius Ficke July 29, 1948 from C. H. Watzek; letter addressed to the Residuary Legatees of Frances D. Ficke Mrs. D. N. Simonson, Mrs. C. H. Watzek, Mrs. A. D. Ficke, Mr. Stanhope B. Ficke July 20, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. July 14, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke July 2, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham, K. C. July 6, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mr. James Graham June 28, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke
Letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke June 12, 1948 from James Graham; statement for James Graham June 1, 1948
Letter addressed to James Graham June 7, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; receipt received from Ficke, Noth & Ficke June 7, 1948; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke May 31, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to Jas. Graham May 26, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke May 11, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to James Graham April 28, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; debt memorandum for Ficke, Noth & Ficke February 7, 1948; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke February 25, 1948 from James Graham; letter addressed to James Graham January 30, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Mrs. D. N. Simonson January 26, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Jas. Graham January 26, 1948 from Ficke, Noth & Ficke; letter addressed to Messrs. Ficke, Noth & Ficke January 22, 1948 from James Graham; half of folder belonging to Edward Holden
 
Folder 17 Letters from Germany (Engelbach Estate)
Six (6) photographs one date unknown; 1929; 1933; 1935; 1949; 1949
Letter addressed to Wanda April 26, 1958 (German) 
Folder with multiple letters (German), newspaper clippings, etc. attached to it in order of attachment follows: letter dated October 2, 1957; letter dated January 2, 1957; letter dated October 29, 1956; letter dated December 18, 1955; letter dated November 28, 1955; letter addressed August 30, 1955; letter addressed August 7, 1955; letter addressed January 5, 1955; letter addressed December 20, 1954; letter addressed November 9, 1954; letter addressed May 14, 1954; letter addressed January 5, 1954; letter addressed December 17, 1953; letter addressed November 17, 1953; letter addressed October 16, 1953; letter addressed June 17, 1953; letter addressed December 11, 1952; letter addressed October 5, 1952; letter unaddressed; letter addressed June 11, 1952; letter addressed June 11, 1952; letter addressed April 9, 1952; letter addressed January 21, 1952; letter addressed December 12, 1951; letter unaddressed; letter addressed October 22, 1951; letter addressed September 9, 1951; letter addressed August 23, 1951; letter addressed May 30, 1951; letter addressed February 21, 1951; letter addressed December 13, 1950; letter addressed December 13, 1950; letter addressed December 13, 1950; letter addressed November 21, 1950; letter addressed August 28, 1950; letter addressed August 21, 1950; letter addressed July 9, 1950; letter addressed May 25, 1950; letter addressed April 25, 1950; newspaper clipping April 6, 1950; letter addressed April 7, 1950; letter addressed March 21, 1950; letter addressed February 9, 1950; letter addressed January 22, 1950; letter addressed January 2, 1950; letter unaddressed; letter unaddressed; letter addressed November 21, 1949; letter addressed November 10, 1949; letter addressed October 16, 1949; letter addressed September 21, 1949
 
Folder 18 Register Life – Engelbach Estate
Application for insurance in The Register Life and Annuity Insurance Company of Iowa for Herbert Decker; application for insurance in The Register Life and Annuity Insurance Company of Iowa for unknown; Answers Made to the Medical Examiner for Roy W. Paulsen
Business Transaction of the Register Life Insurance Company  for the first six months of 1913
Advance statement of the Business Transactions of the Register Life Insurance Company during the year 1913
Advance statement of the business transactions of the register life insurance company during the year 1913
Letter to John L. Bleakly August 1, 1913 from the Register Life Insurance Company three (3) copies
Letter to Messrs. Martin & Brinhall April 11, 1913 from the Register Life Insurance Company; Journal entry April 1, 1913; General Agents’ Bulletin July 1913
General Agents’ Bulletin December 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin November, 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin October, 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin September, 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin June, 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin April, 1914; General Agents’ Bulletin March, 1914
General Agents’ Bulletin January, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin February, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin March, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin April 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin May, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin June, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin July, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin August, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin September, 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin October 1915, General Agents’ Bulletin November 1915; General Agents’ Bulletin December 1915; 
Register Life Northwestern New York Life Equitable
Twenty-seventh Annual statement of the Register Life Insurance Company of Iowa
General Agent’s Renewal Contract made September 15, 1913
Two (2) brochures for the Register Life Insurance Company; twenty-fourth annual statement and twenty fifth annual statement
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Schools & Education--College (folders 1, 2, & 3)
Documents & Letters (folders 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16 & 17)
Business & Industry--Insurance (folders 9, 10, 11, 12 & 18)  
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Collections Box 14 
Folder 1: Downer – Early Davenport History
This folder contains records of Davenport, Scott County, and the nearby area’s early histories.  There are full accounts dedicated to huge events in Davenport history but also details of daily life in German-American influence, musical area history, a record of a duel, bedtime stories, and the Centennial Broadcast.  There are several accounts about firsts in Davenport’s history, for example, the first hotel, postmaster, church and school, bridge, and frame house.  The newspaper articles and photographs refer to the area’s long history and educating the readers on their past.  
Reasoning for Development and History
Scott Country According to Geologist, Mound Builders, Indians, and rulers 
A Talk on Early Davenport – Native Americans Davenport Area
Recollection of Early Day in Iowa by T.D. Eagel for Historical Department Academy of Sciences
Talk on Early Davenport
Davenport of By-Gone Days
Pike Expedition
Account of first hotel
Account of first postmaster
Account of building Port Armstrong
Account of first church and school
Construction of the First Bridge
Stage and Steamer Service 
Account of first house frame in Iowa
Opening o f the Rock Island Railroad
Black Hawk War and Treaty sites
Opening of Iowa College
Davenport model of a thrifty town
Musical history and the T.K.’s
Davenport Duel Record 
Tri-City Schoolmaster’s Cub Toast Program February 12, 1910
Newspaper Clippings
Davenport honors Roosevelt type of Rich man in politics – May 1910
Re-enactment of first landing of white men on Iowa soil – June 1923
Friendly House invite to Friendly Chat – April 1928
James Bowling early settler and home history – May 1936
J.M.D. Burrows, Davenport’s first merchant prince history – June 1936 
James Thorington, Law and Educator story – July 1936
Rock Island remembers Black Hawk – August 1936
Father Pelamourgues, first resident priest prisoner on Indian agency – September 1936
Photographs and stories of “Green Tree” in LeClaire – March 1937
Clark Farm in Buffalo owned by same family for 105 years– July 1938
George Cram sold Vegetables Here article - July 1938 
Allegiance to U.S. sworn by new citizens – November 1939
Last of Early River Family article – February 1943
Annals of Iowa pages 61-62 
Copy of historical items of general interest 
Bedtime Stories – the Schools of the Iowese 
Multiple copies of Biography of D. B. Sears – February 1916
Early History of Milan article – January 1916 
The Germans of Davenport – the influence of German immigrants
Davenport Centennial Broadcast 
 
Folder 2: Americanization
This folder information about the Scott County immigrant and the process they go through to become an American.  There are chats with immigrants wanting to become Americans and changes in Naturalization laws for best understanding the perspective of immigrants to the area.  
The new American and the Constitution – 1919
Scott County and Americanization
Americanization of the Foreign Born Woman
Friendly Chats With Possible Americans – Hawkeye Civics For Worth While Folks
Late Changes in Naturalization Laws insert
 
Folder 3: Harry E. Downer - Papers Read before the Contemporary Club
This folder from Harry E. Downer includes his written works that were read before the Contemporary Club.  Each pamphlet has its own individual topic and the collection topics greatly vary with Downer’s apparent different interests over the years 1901-1931.  
Public Playgrounds – October 31, 1901 
The Culture Value of Music – March 23, 1905
The Duty of the State to Provide for Efficiency in the Industries – May 21, 1908
From the Teachers of Scott County Iowa – February 13, 1909 
The Boy and His Job – February 9, 1911
The Wholesale Mission of Motion Pictures – April 10, 1913
Multiple copies of Nine Years is Plenty of Time, But Who Pays the Piper? – 1915 
What is Your Share in Welfare Contribution? – May 19, 1924
When A Man is Old – February 23, 1931
 
Folder 4: Downer – Societies, School Closings, Newspapers, and the Navy
This folder draws on the groups in the Davenport area.  The Friendly Society, Ladies’ Industrial Relief Society, and the Red Cross are the societies mentioned.  Schools that closed and gathered past teachers and students to celebrate its history include Jackson, Van Buren, Monroe, and Polk.  The Democrat Newspaper is given a special notice by Downer due to his employment there and the folder gives information on the leaders and daily life at the newspaper.  Iowan experience in the United States Navy is also included in this folder.  The Rock Island Arsenal Rotary group is given notice in this folder with newspaper articles, paper on cinematic history, and a letter honoring a deacon’s past work as secretary.  
Societies
Good Neighbors – MT. Ida Presbyterian Church, Friendly Society – May 1912
Visiting Nurse Association and Friendly House Connection letter from Downer – 1928
Article Davenport Need Aid of Ladies’ Industrial Relief Society – November 1929
Article celebrating 80th anniversary of Ladies’ Industrial Relief Society – November 1929
“If Anybody Should Ask You?” Pamphlet from Friendly House
“There was a Red Cross in Those Days” – B.F. Tillinghast, Red Cross Courier–May 1931
A Regretful Farewell to a Rare Friend - Clara Crainie, Friendly House – October 1935
School Closings
Newspaper Articles remembering old schools, past teachers and students gathering
Farewell to Polk School - 1940
Farewell Party for Monroe School – April 1940
Homecoming for former students at Old Van Buren School – May 1940
Reunion for Jackson School – no date 
First School to be rebuilt in Keokuk – no date
    The Jeremiad of a Grade Principal Pamphlet 
Newspapers 
Democrat newspaper leaders and daily life history – October 1935
United States Navy – “Uncle Sam’s Navy”: Iowans in the Navy – Navy Day 1930
Rock Island Arsenal Rotary
Conditions, Numbers of men, improvements, general work, future work
Newspaper article describing history 
Christmas Season Rotary writing
Letter honoring Deacon’s previous work as Secretary
Cinematic history – Thirty Years Ago, “Train Robbery” work
Friendship in Rotary – two copies 
 
Folder 5: Downer – Churches, Motion Pictures, LeClaire and Davenport History, Abraham Lincoln
This folder includes several histories of local life and important figures.  The Methodist and Presbyterian churches both have history accounts and the history motion pictures and local notable names are mentioned. LeClaire history is included containing newspaper articles about Antoine LeClaire’s person and house, and three histories of Antoine LeClaire.  Davenport history is written by the Davenport Board of Library Trustees with the County library history, reports on the trustee membership, and notes from a chapter of the History of Davenport and Scott County by Drake professor F.I. Herriott.  Abraham Lincoln also has a history included in this folder.  
Methodist Church and Presbyterian Church history, newspaper article “Blessing Against Storms”
Motion Pictures
History and notable names and Moving Picture Educator
LeClaire history 
Newspaper photograph and article showing old Antoine LeClaire house
Newspaper article about new river Front Park named after Antoine LeClaire
“Antoine LeClaire, The Founder” history 
Antoine LeClaire – Kiwanis LeClaire history
A Picturesque Personality, Antoine LeClaire
Davenport history – Davenport Board of Library Trustees, August 1927
County Library history 
Reports 1-19 on trustee membership
Notes from Chapter History of Davenport/Scott County by Drake Professor F.I. Herriott
Abraham Lincoln history 
 
Folder 6: Downer – Indians, Iowa Soldiers Orphans Home
Indians
Paper on POW-E-SHIEK
Papers on Indians
Notes
Timeline
Paper on Some Indians of Eastern Iowa
Letter to Herman C. Pape about naming 
the park. May 6, 1930
Paper on Sauk and Fox
Paper on the Black Hawk and Black Hawk War
Newspaper clippings about Black Haw and Black Hawk War
Iowa Solders’ Orphans’ Home Commencement
Commencement speech May 28, 1909
Commencement speech June 6, 1923
 
Folder 7: Downer – Fort Armstrong, Early Education and East Davenport
 
Fort Armstrong
2 - Fort Armstrong Centennial Program of Historical Pageantry June 21, 1916
Newspaper article “Fort Armstrong History is Filled with Events of Significance to the Pioneers May 10, 1916
Newspaper clipping image of Fort Armstrong
Newspaper clipping Paul Freeburn
Play Fort Armstrong Centennial and Tri-Cities Celebration
Program Fort Armstrong Centennial and Tri-Cities Celebration
Early Education
Paper Early Education in Davenport
Speech
Notes
The Village of East Davenport
Paper the Village of East Davenport
Copy of history from Barrow
 
Folder 8: Downer – Davenport, Dubuque & Obituary
 
Davenport
Davenport synopsis
List of articles in Davenport Democrat
Newspaper clipping “Dubuque Lead Mines History is Completed”
Henry E. Downer obituary
 
Folder 9: Credit Island thru Bridges
 
Credit Island
Paper on Credit Island
Paper on Battle of Credit Island
Paper “To Follow Mr. Credit Island”
Paper Chicago, Rock Island Railroad
Speech Dedication of Clark Memorial
Paper Col. Dames
Paper The Constitution
Paper Battle of Credit Island
Paper The First Bridge Over the Mississippi
Newspaper clipping about the Effie Afton
 
Folder 10: Draft or Schools
 
Draft of the Friendly House or Information about Schools by Harry Downer
 
Folder 11: Some Historic Happenings at Washington School
 
Folder 12: Harry Downer’s Scrapbook 
 
Folder 13: Geography
 
A System (?) of Geography by Mr. James Richardson
 
Folder 14: Weather
 
1928-4 Notes on local weather in Dakota in 1879
 
Folder 15: Telephone Pioneers
 
Newspaper article about Pioneer Museum
 
Folder 16: 1993.51.365 - 371
 
1993.51.365 – Cloth Bag “Peppermint”
1993.51.366 – Film Positive “Peppermint”
1993.51.368 – Plastic “Iowa State Champions”
1993.51.389 – Cloth “Iowa State Champions”
1993.51.370 – Plastic “Gay Nineties”
1993.51.371 – Cloth “Gay Nineties”
1993.51.169 – DQ 
 
Folder 17: Farmall
 
2014-16 Farmall brochure from 1968. Shows history of tractors.
 
Folder 18: The Trident
 
1964-206 The Trident July 22, 1904 
 
Folder 19: Christmas Card
 
2008.31.2 Christmas Card from JoAnn 1950
 
Folder 20: Scrapbook Pages
 
2007.13.1 – Scrapbook pages with Rock Island Plow, Christmas, Peoria businesses and Moline Plow Co.
 
Folder 21: Road Construction in Iowa
 
3 photograph reprints. Historic prints of early road construction by African Americans in Iowa, probably in the 1920s. Taken from lantern slides found by W. C. Burns while photographer from 35 years at the Iowa Department of Transportation.
 
Folder 22: 2007-14
 
2007.14.1 Booklet “Christmas Carols”
2007.14.2 Program “The Follies of 1950” presented by St. Alphonsus Minstrels
 
Folder 23: Steamboat Papers
 
Pamphlet for White Collar Line Northern Steamboat Company, Steamer Morning Star
Receipt from Northern Line Packet Company to Steamer Rock Island 1870
Receipt from Northern Line Packet Company to Steamer City of Keithsburg, Dr. 1867
Streckfus Steamboat Line class rates 1915
Certificate of inspection for steam vessel Morning Star 1912
 
Folder 24: Non-Accession 2013-006
 
CD “Hell at Midnight: A History of a City’s Shame” by William Lloyd Clark, 1908
CD “Map Images”
 
Folder 25: Non-Accession 2013-014
 
(2) Brochure Medic Emergency Medical Services
(2) Brochure 911 Consolidated Dispatching Services
Business Card for United Way 
 
Folder 26:  2010-004 Citizen Second Class
 
Booklet “Citizen Second Class”
Letter and envelope about the booklet 
 
Folder 27: 2010-005  
 
2010.5.1 Articles of Agreement between Antoine LeClaire, George L. Davenport and James Norval in January 1853, Iron and Brass Foundry. Also includes transcript.
 
Folder 28: 
 
Letter and envelope from J. Edgar Hoover to Rev. Irvin Richard Griest, 1940
 
Folder 29: Mercy Hospital
 
Booklet “Sisters of Mercy: Mercy Hospital” 1932
 
Folder 30: NA 2010-003 Mr. Lysanias A. Broyles
 
Newspaper clippings and copies of letters and certificates related to donor's career and activities
 
Folder 31: The Rocketeer (Unknown accession number)
 
The NOTS Rocketeer May 10, 1945
Copies of image of military planes 
 
References & Cross References
                                                                               
Boats & Boating – Riverboats (23)
Business & Industray – Advertisements (16)
Business & Industry – Foundry (27)
Communication – Telephone (15)
Davenport and Scott County History (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Farms & Farming – Equipment & Machinery (20, 17)
Holidays & Celebrations - Christmas (22, 19)
Hospitals – Mercy (29)
Medicine – Misc. (25)
Military & War – World War II – Aviation (31)
Music – Choruses & Singers (22)
Nature – Misc. (13)
Nature – Weather (14)
Portrait – Lysanias, Broyles A. (30)
Portrait – Richard, Rev. Irvin (28)
Roads & Highways – Construction & Maintenance (21)
Schools & Education – Elementary – Washington (11)
Social Protest – Misc. (26)
 
 

INVENTORY

Archival Coll. Box 15
 
Folder 1: Speleological Society
These two folders dedicated to the Quint-City Speleological Society contain an index on caves, a membership list and society constitution, proceedings and trips, and monthly supplements of the years 1958-1961.  The supplements are all addressed to Mr. Donald Herold of the Davenport Public Museum.  
1957 Cave Index
Membership List and Society Constitution - Addressed to Mr. Donald Herold
Sample Regional By-Laws
Proceedings and Trips
 
Folder 2: Supplements
Supplements: 1958 October – December, 1959 January - March, June, November, Grotto By-Laws, 1960 January – March, May – December, 1961 January – March, May – June
 
Folder 3: Camera Club 
This folder on the Camera Club contains three copies of the organization’s by-laws, club member contact cards, and rules for the club’s 1st annual Photographic Exhibition in 1959.  
Index cards with contact information – club leader Mr. David F. Krause 
Three copies of the By-Laws of Davenport Public Museum Camera Club 1958 
Rules for 1st annual Photographic Exhibition of the Davenport Public Museum Camera Club 1959
 
Folder 4: Camera Club Kodak Bulletins, Lectures, and Presentations
This folder on the Camera Club contains bulletins provided by Kodak Audio-Visual Service, lectures, and presentations for the club collected over the years.  The four Educational bulletins, the two educational lectures, two scripts for programs, and one slide presentation show the club’s efforts to educate its members.  
Four Kodak Audio-Visual Service Bulletins
How to Organize a Camera Club, Making Pictures People Like, Pictures Outdoors At Night, Photography in Criminal Investigation
Two Lectures
How to Develop a Roll of Film, How to Make Enlargements
Two Scripts for Programs
Using Super Anscochrome for Better Color Pictures, Better Travel Slides with Anscochrome
Revolution in Color Printing Slide Presentation Kodak Audio-Visual Service 
Camera Club News /Eastman Kodak Company Audio-Visual Service 1959 no. 1-2, 1960 no,. 1
 
Folder 5: Tri-City Bird Club
This folder on the Tri-City Bird Club contains its history and purpose, constitution, yearbooks,  list of field trips, Winter and Spring censuses, bulletins of similar or connected groups, contests for members, newspaper articles and photographs, letters, and information on the course about bird study and identification available at the museum.    
Tri-City creation history and purpose
Invite to join the Tri-City Bird Club
Constitution of the Tri-City Bird Club and three copies of the By-Laws of the Tri-City Bird Club
Yearbooks: 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960-1961, 1961-1962, 1964-1965
List of Field Trips: 1950, 1964, 1965
Christmas Bird Count/Winter Census: 1948, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1964. 1965
Spring Observations/May Dawn Bird Concert: 1958, 1961
Invite to Tri-City Bird Club meeting and program
Informational bulletin/news release Iowa Ornithologists Union Annual Meeting: May 13, 1950
Two copies of Bulletin of Illinois Audubon Society Annual Meeting with Tri-City Bird Club on April 18, 1953
Two copies of Bulletin and Information Sheet from Joint Convention Iowa Ornithologists’ Union/Illinois Audubon Society on May 14, 1965
Flyer for Tri-City Bird Club member contest 
Newspaper articles and photographs:
Daily Times, December 5, 1948 – Museum window sponsored by Bird Club 
Daily Times, December 28, 1956 – Winter Bird Census Planned 
Daily Times, January 11, 1957 – Educational piece on birds needing grit in their diets
Daily Times, April 24, 1958 – Bird Club planning hikes 
Daily Times, May 2, 1958 – Photograph of Blue Grass students at Museum Bird exhibit 
Daily Times, May 5, 1958 – May Dawn Bird Concert coverage
Letters:
1954 - Elton Fawks to Lang Baily about museum agreement, membership, and expenses
1958 – Donald Herold to Beverly Hodges thank you note about memorial donation to bird collection
1959 – Elizabeth Shaw to Dave Krause about her leading a program for the club
1965 – “Your President Reminisces” from C. C. Hazard about destruction of old buildings that were used for club meetings in the past 
1959 Rules and Prizes won in Bird house Contest 
Course in Bird Study and Identification offered at Public Library Museum information 
Classification of Birds packet from course
List of enrollment including non-members and members 
 
Folder 6: Tri-City Bird Club Newsletters
Bulletin: 
1948: November, December
1949: January, February, March, April 
Newsletters: 
1956: November           
1957: June, July, September, November, December
1958: January, February, March, April, June, August, September, October, November
1959: January, February, March, April, October  
1960: January, April, June, July, December
1961: January, February, April, May, August, September, October, November
1962: April, June, September           
1963: February, March, May, October, November
1964: March, June, October, December     
1965: January, February, March, July
1966: January, March May, September, December          
1967: March, September
 
Folder 7: Paarman – English Sparrow
This folder contains the background information, process, and success of Davenport’s efforts to rid the community of the English Sparrow.  The background information shows the reasoning for eliminating the English Sparrow population in Davenport area.  There are few individuals writing letters discouraging the elimination and many businesses writing notes encouraging or grateful for the efforts.   
Educational supplements on impact of English Sparrow on environment of Davenport
Letters Discouraging elimination of English Sparrows
Letters/Donations/Articles Encouraging elimination of English Sparrows
November 17, 1916 –League American Sportsmen “For the Preservation of Wild Life”
February 20, 1917 – Donation from Davenport Clearing House Assignment.
July 9, 1917 – Letter from Academy Bird Club 
March 19, 1918 – Greater Davenport Committee newspaper article shows positive results
March 20, 1918 – Letter from Greater Davenport Committee claim successful campaign
March 25, 1918 – Letter from Rotary Club of Davenport 
March 25, 1918 – Letter from First National Bank in Davenport thanking campaign
April 18, 1918 – Letter from Pennsylvania Consumers oil Co. of Davenport thankful
April 20, 1918 – Letter from Burlington Ad Club seeking information on Sparrows
April 25, 1918 – Letter from Academy Bird Club on Iowa Magazine article to be written
May 3, 1918 – Gordon-Van Tine Company in Davenport praising Iowa Magazine article 
May 3, 1918 – Western Grocer Company of Oskaloosa, Iowa comparing methods
May 7, 1918 – International Association of Rotary Clubs interest in elimination methods
1918 – Donation from Davenport Locomotive Works after successful campaign
February 11, 1927 - Letter from M.H. Hoffman to J. H. Paarmann offering help
Efforts to eliminate English Sparrow from Davenport
Census of Sparrows roosting on Downtown buildings
Sparrow Trapping: June 1916, March 1917, June-October 1919, November–January 1919
Nine copies of Directions for using Sparrow Dope
Informational bulletin on Cyanogas S-Dusting Mixture for sparrow elimination efforts 
 
Folder 8: Mabel Heath Palmer Biographical 
This folder contains biographical information on the life and legacy of Mabel Heath Palmer.  The collection includes her personal history, personal history of husband B.J. Palmer, the B.J. and Mabel H. Palmer Memorial explanation and donation, magazine articles about the Palmers, and excerpts from radio broadcasts reporting her death and funeral service.  
Personal History
History of BJ Palmer and funeral service bulletin
BJ and Mabel H. Palmer Memorial explanation and trustees 
Donations to Davenport Museum from personal collection and travels
Articles about Palmers in magazines: Chiropractor April 1949, May 1949
Excerpts from WHO Radio Station news broadcasts telling of Palmer death
 
Folder 9: B.J. Palmer Biographical 
This folder contains the biographical information the life and legacy of B.J. Palmer.  The collection includes a personal history, portrait photographs, multiple copies of his funeral service bulletin, the history of WHO radio station, excerpts from WHO radio station broadcasts reporting his death and funeral, and magazine articles written by or about B.J. Palmer.
Personal History
Portrait photographs 
Multiple copies of funeral service bulletin
History of WHO Radio Station 
Excerpts from WHO Radio Station news broadcasts telling of Palmer death and Press releases
Magazine articles: The Chiropractor June 1961, International Review of Chiropractic July 1961 
Chiropractic article - Dr. Palmer Replies to Dr. H. Matthey 
 
Folder 10: B.J. Palmer Biographical
This folder contains the collection of newspaper articles and photographs about the Palmer memorial and B. J. Palmer legacy.  The article topics vary from funeral service information, the family’s personal collection and travels, various tributes for B.J. Palmer, his interests and society memberships, and a notable article about B.J.’s death in the New York Times.  
Collection of newspaper articles and photographs
B.J and Mabel H. Palmer Memorial Wing of the Davenport Public Museum
Funeral Service stories about B.J. Palmer funeral
Palmer family’s personal collection and travels 
Various tributes for B.J. Palmer
Personal history of B.J. Palmer: interests and leadership/membership in societies 
New York Times article on B.J. Palmer Chiropractic legacy
Multiple copies of funeral service bulletin
 
Folder 11: Wilson Ornithological Club
This folder for the Wilson Ornithological Club contains a name list and signup sheet for a group photograph without the group photograph, a meeting bulletin and statement of account, tickets to the club’s events, receipts for club purchases, and a Contemporary Bird Painting Exhibit bulletin. 
Group Photograph name list without Group Photograph
32nd Annual meeting bulletin and Statement of Account: April 27, 1951
Tickets to Club’s Annual dinner, breakfast and box lunch
Receipts for Club purchases: Blackhawk Hotel, Quad City Juice Company, Smith’s Printery, Rose Glen Flower Shop, Greyhound Press for Exhibit Cards, Dempsey hotel, and                  Eustace-Fromader Photographing Service
Contemporary Bird Painting Exhibit bulletin April 27, 1951 
Orders for Convention Pictures signup sheet
 
Folder 12 The Linograph Company 
[Folders 12 – 17 includes materials from the Linograph Company in Davenport, IA. It contains booklets, letters, receipts, newspapers articles, agreement forms and general paper work.]
Booklet on The Linograph: Manufactured by The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A
Historical Outline of Englehart Manufacturing Company: September 26, 1956
Newspaper Articles with the headings The Linograph Story: 32 Up and Down Years (February 1975), Log Cabin Press Needs Assistance, Linograph Parts Still Available 
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from BeHaussen [?] on a delivery of shares of Common Stock and Preferred Stock with authorization from the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank on a delivery of shares of Preferred Stock of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Mrs. Louise Harris on a delivery of shares of Common Stock and Preferred Stock of the Lindograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Form on an Agreement of Purchase to the Linograph Securities Company with a waiver signed by stockholder Julius [?]ashlen, Davenport, Iowa., June 19, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Julius [?]ashlen on a delivery of sharers of Common Stock and Preferred Stock  of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Leo[?] Nass on a delivery of shares from the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 21, 1917 
Waiver signed on June 12, 1917 in Davenport, Iowa from stockholder, Leo[?] Nass
Letter to the Linograph Company from [?] Englehart on the misplaced stock of E.B. Hayes, Davenport, Iowa., March 25, 1918
Note on E.B. Hayes Linograph certificate, February 20, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from E.B. Hayes on a delivery of stock from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 1917
Letter to Edward L. Putnam from Fred on the enclosed receipt, Davenport, Iowa., March 6, 1918
Enclosed return receipt to Edward K. Putnam from Fred L[?], Davenport, Iowa., March 6, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Return receipt to the estate of W.C. Putnam from [?], Davenport, Iowa, September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W[?] Estate on a delivery of shares from the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
Unfinished form for Mrs. Louisa Hummel on shares in the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., 1917
Note on certificate #108 with W.P. Hummel on the top
Return Receipt to Edward K. Putnam from W.E. J[?], Davenport, Iowa., March 6, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.E. J[?] on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 24, 1917
Return Receipt to the Estate of W.E. Putnam from W.E. J[?], Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from E.E. King on a delivery of shares from the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Return Receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from James Kirk, November 05, 1917
Letter to the Scott County Savings Bank from J[?] W. Kirk on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 26, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Clara Louise Hasel on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 20, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from S.B. Lafferty on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 17, 1917
 
Folder 13 The Linograph Company
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.W. Lamont on the authorization to surrender and convert the Preferred Stock into Common Stock in the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., June 23, 1917
Written letter to The Linograph Company from J.W. Lamont on an exchange of Preferred Linograph Stock into Linograph Common Stock, Rockford, Illinois, June 23, 1917
Written letter to the Linograph Company with an attention to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J.W. Lamont on a payment of shares for Common Stock, from Rockford, Illinois, July 03, 1917
Letter to Mr. E.K Putnam from [?]dersen of the Linograph Company on the changed address of Mr. Haas, to Davenport, Iowa., July 5, 1917
Letter to Mr. J.W. Lamont from the secretary of Edward L. Putnam on two certificates of common stock shares being made through the Linograph Company, to Rockford, Illinois, July 7, 1917
Return Receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from J.W. Lamont, Davenport, Iowa., July 9, 1917
Return Receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Chas A. Lee, Davenport, Iowa., February 21, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.E. Linton on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Un-postmarked return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Mr. W.E. Linton, Putnam Building, Davenport, Iowa.
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.M. List on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Letter on an agreement to purchase with a waiver signed by N. Littig, Davenport. Iowa., June 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from N. Littig on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 15, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Lauretta L. Littig on a delivery of shares of Common Stock, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter on an agreement of purchase to The Linograph Securities Company with a waiver from stockholder Rev. H.A. Lorenz, from Wattoon, Wisconsin., June 21, 1917
Return Receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from [?] Lu[?], postmarked from Davenport, Iowa., February 20, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Edna J. Morrison on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 24, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Theo[?] Ne[?]chaus on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.H. Nissen on the authorization to surrender and convert Preferred Stock into Common Stock, Louisville, Kentucky
Written letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.H. Nissen on selling his shares, Louisville, Kentucky, February 22, 1917
Letter to Mr. J.H. Nissen from the Secretary of Edward K. Putnam on an exchange of common stock to preferred stock, to Louisville Kentucky., July 07, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Mr. J.H. Nissen, postmarked from Louisville, Kentucky, February 18, 1918
Postcard from J.H. Nissen from Mr. Edward K. Putnam on an exchange of preferred stock certificate to common stock certificate, postmarked to Davenport. Iowa from Louisville, Kentucky, July 6, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Mr. J.H. Nissen, postmarked to Davenport, Iowa from Louisville, Kentucky, July 9, 1917 
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from [?] Cashier at First National Bank on a certificate for shares in the name of Robert H. Izor and C.F. Noftzger, Davenport, Iowa., July 24, 1917
Letter to the Scott County Savings Bank from [?] M. North on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Waiver signed by stockholder Caroline [?] Petersen, Davenport, Iowa., June 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Caroline [?] Petersen on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Mrs. Clara Petersen., postmarked from Davenport, Iowa., September 08, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Clara M. Petersen on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 14, 1917
Letter and certificate to Mr. Edward K. Putnam from Vice President and General Manager of The Linograph Company, Haus Petersen, on shares of Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., May 10, 1918
Written letter to Mr. Putnam from Haus Petersen to transfer shares from his certificate to [?] Ludwig, Davenport, Iowa, May 11, 1918
Written letter to Mr. Putnam from Haus Petersen to transfer shares from his certificate to Lillie E. Biggs, Davenport, Iowa, May 11, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] of Henry F. Petersen Company on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917 
Notes on certificates of shares from the H.F Petersen Company
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.A. Purcell on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.L. Purcell on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from H[?] Petersen, postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from H[?] Petersen by W.E. Petersen on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 24, 1917
Letter to Hamilton and Bartz from the secretary of Edward L. Putnam on the issue of a new certificate on the property of stock, Sheldon, Iowa., March 7, 1918
Letter to Bert Hamilton from [?] The Linograph Company on the location of Hamilton and Son, Audt, Colorado., January 24, 1917
Announcement from the president of  The Linograph Company of the names of stockholders and number of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., May 22, 1917
List of Common Stock Transferred To Scott County Savings, March 19, 1917
List of Preferred Stock Transferred To Scott County Savings Bank, March 19, 1917
List of Common Stock Transferred To Scott County Savings Bank, March 19, 1917 
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Aug. Zachiesche on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Aug. Zachiesche, postmarked Davenport, Iowa, September 8, 1917
Letter to Mr. Edward K. Putnam from J.A. Raukie on a certificate for shares of Linograph Stock, Chicago, Illinois., May 7, 1918
Letter to Mr. E. K. Putnam from H. Petersen on a letter from the Secretary of State, to Davenport, Iowa., May 1, 1918 
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from the Secretary of State on a fee, May 1, 1918
List to Scott County Savings Bank of the names and shares of stock surrendered and issued, Davenport, Iowa., May 21, 1917
Two page letter to The Linograph Company from the Scott County Savings Bank President on a list of names and shares to be paid the dividend, June 23, 1917
Two page letter to The Linograph Company from The Scott County Savings Bank on the names of stockholders and shares to be converted and transferred, Davenport, Iowa., June 25, 1917
Announcement to The Linograph Company signed by the President of The Scott County Savings Bank on the names and Shares of Preferred Stock with equivalence in Common Stock, Davenport, Iowa., May 22, 1917
Letter to Mr. Frank H. Snyder of Hess Snyder Company from the President of The Linograph Company on a purchase of stock from the Pedersen Brothers, Massillon, Ohio., February 26, 1917
Letter to Mr. Frank H. Snyder from the Petersen Brothers on  a deposit in the Scott County Savings Bank, Massillon, Ohio., February 28, 1917
The Linograph Company Stocks Deposited with Scott County Savings Bank, February 26, 1917
Two pages of the Linograph Contracts held by Linograph Securities Company, First National Bank, German Savings Bank, and Scott County Savings Bank, March 1, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Theo [?] and Haus [?] on a surrender and conversion of Preferred Stock into Common Stock, Davenport, Iowa.
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank with a signature from Catherine Walsh on the conversion of preferred stock into common stock in The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., May 21, 1917
 
Folder 14 The Linograph Company
Summary of Outstanding Stock from The Linograph Company, Spring 1918
Letter to the President and Directors of the Linograph Company from V.P. and General Manager [?] Petersen with the annual income statement of 1917, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1918
Two pages of the annual income statement of The Linograph Company from January 1, 1917 to January 1, 1918
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments, January 31, 1918
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of January, 1918
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of May 1918
Two Pages of The Linograph Company Assets and Liabilities, as of May 31, 1918
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments, June 1, 1918
Two pages of The Linograph Company Assets and Liabilities as of January 1, 1918
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of December, 1917
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments discounted December 13, 1917
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of February, 1918
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments discounted February 28, 1918
Corrected Copy of The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of January 1918
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the Month of March 1918
Two pages of The Linograph Company Assets and Liabilities as of March 31, 1918
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments, April 1, 1918
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the month of April 1918
Two pages of The Linograph Company Assets and Liabilities as of April 30, 1918
Financial reports on The Linograph Company shipments discounted April 30, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from T.P [?]on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from H.B. Alfree, postmarked Newton, Iowa., July 9, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from H.B. Alfree on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 15, 1917
Letter to H.B. Alfree from Edward K. Putnam on a certificate of shares of common stock to replace the stock deposited with the Scott County Savings Bank, Newton, Iowa., July 7, 1917
Letter to H.B. Alfree from Edward K. Putnam on a certificate of shares of common stock to replace the stock deposited with the Scott County Savings Bank, Newton, Iowa., July 7, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from R.T. Ar[?]il and Frances S[?], postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Rob[?] T. Ar[?]il on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Henry E. Balluff on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Henry E. Balluff, postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from John B. Balluff on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 24, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Leom[?] B[?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 21, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.C. Bergman on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 15, 1917
Letter to Mr. W.C. Bergman from Edward K. Putnam on his enclosed certificate of shares to replace the stock deposited with the Scott County Savings Bank, Newton, Iowa., July 7, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from W.C. Bergman, postmarked Newton, Iowa, July10, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from C.O. Bernhardi on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Dr. C.O. Bernhardi from Edward K. Putnam on an enclosed certificate for shares to replace the stock deposited with Scott County Savings Bank., Rock Island, Illinois., July 7, 1917
Return receipt to the estate of W.C. Putnam from C.O. Bernhardi, postmarked Rock Island, Illinois., July 9, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from J.W. Bettendorf and [?] Poenfeldt, postmarked Bettendorf, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Mrs. Lillie E. Biggs  from The Linograph Company on her request to exchange common stock for preferred stock., Hankinson N.D., July 2., 1917
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from The Linograph Company [?]Pedersen on the enclosed stock subscription of Mrs. Lillie E. Biggs, Davenport, Iowa, July 2, 1917
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam on an enclosed check covering Mrs. Lillie E. Boggs’ subscription for new stock. Davenport, Iowa, July 9, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Mrs. Lillie Biggs and George Biggs., postmarked Hankinson, N. Dakota. February 18, 1918 
Waiver to subscribe for and purchase any part of the authorized increase of the Capital Stock of The Linograph Company signed by stockholder [?], Davenport, Iowa., June 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 15, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from W. [?] B[?]ecke, postmarked Minneapolis, Minnesota., February 18, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?]auchard on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenpor6t, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Agreement To  Purchase from to The Linograph Securities Company  and waiver signed by stockholder Jasson Ballin[?], Davenport, Iowa., June 12, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Jasson Ballin[?] on a delivery of shares from The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] Bolte on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 15, 1917
Letter o Scott County Savings Bank from Ed[?] [?]herce[?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Elizabeth Bedley on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from A.W. Brown on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Written letter to Edward K. Putnam from W. J. Busch on a an annual meeting, Darrel, Minnesota., March 22, 1918
Notes on Busch Stock, January 1916
Busch Stock Dividend January 1, 1917-January 1, 1918
Notes on Busch Certificate, March 8, 1918 
Notes on the stock of J.C. Pedersen, March 8, 1918
Letter to The Linograph Company with attention to the Treasurer of Linograph Co. from P.C. Pilon on the purchase of stock from W.J. Busch, Paynesville, Minnesota., April 6, 1917
Letter to Dr. P.C. Pilon from The Linograph Company on the stock certificate of W.J. Busch, to Paynesville, Minnesota., April 9, 1917
Handwritten note on shares of stock, April 14, 1916
Letter to the Linograph Company with Attention to: Mr. J.C. Pederson from P.C. Pilon on a certificate of stock, Paynesville, Minnesota, April 11, 1917
Letter to Dr. P.C. Pilon from The Linograph Company on stock stolen and sold by Mr. Mills, Paynesville, Minnesota, April 17, 1917
Letter to the Linograph Company with Attention to: Mr. J.C. Pedersen from P.C. Pilon on stock assigned by W.J Bush and signed by V.C. Mills., Paynesville, Minnesota, April 19, 1917
Letter to Dr. P.C. Pilon from The Linograph Company V.P. and General Manager on the matter of ownership of the stock, Paynesville, Minnesota, April 21, 1917\
Letter to Dr. P.C. Pilon from The Linograph Company on the returned stock to Pilon, Paynesville, Minnesota, June 12, 1917
Letter to The Linograph Company from E.E. Ward on preferred stock to be sold, Davenport, Iowa., March 7, 1916
Letter to Updike- Ward Company from The Linograph Company on the sale of shares of stock from the company, Minneapolis, Minnesota., March 8, 1916
Letter to the Linograph Company from [?]. E. Updike of Updike-Ward Inc.on financial reports from the company Mr. V. O. Mills wishes to secure, Davenport, Iowa., March 15, 1916
Letter to Updike-Ward Company from The Linograph Company Sales Manager on the financial statement of The Linograph Company as of January 1st., Minneapolis, Minnesota., March 16, 1916
Letter to The Linograph Company from [?]. E. Updike of Updike-Ward Inc. on the stock taken by Victor O. Mills and his disappearance, Davenport, Iowa., May 18, 1916
Letter to Updike-Ward Inc. from The Linograph Company on the matter of the stock in the name of Wm. J. Busch, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 19, 1916
Letter to the Linograph Company from C. E. Updike of Updike-Ward Inc. on the Linograph stock they purchased from William J. Busch, Davenport, Iowa., May 20, 1916
Letter to William J. Busch from Updike –Ward Inc. on an exchange of stock, Litchfield, Minnesota., March 7, 1916
Letter to the Linograph Company from C.E. Updike on the stock purchased by William J. Busch, from Minneapolis to Davenport, Iowa., November 17, 1916
Letter to C.E. Updike Inc. from the Secretary of The Linograph Company on the stock of Wm. J. Busch, Minneapolis, Minnesota., November 18, 1916
Letter to the Linograph Company from C.E. Updike on the common stock in the name of William J. Busch, from Minneapolis to Davenport, Iowa., November 20, 1916
Letter to C.E. Updike from The Linograph Company on Dr. P.C. Pilon’s dividend, Minneapolis, Minnesota., April 13, 1917
Letter to the Linograph Company from C.E. Updike on the stock under William J. Busch stolen by V.O. Mills., from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Davenport, Iowa., April 14, 1917
Letter to C.E. Updike, Inc. from The Linograph Company on the stock of William J. Busch, Minneapolis, Minnesota., April 17, 1917
Letter to C.E. Updike., Inc. from The Linograph Company on the stock under William J Busch purchased by Dr. Pilon, Minneapolis, Minnesota., June 12, 1917
Letter to Mr. Wm. J. Busch from [?] Pedersen of The Linograph Company on his stock he had sold to C.E. Updike, to Minneapolis, Minnesota from Davenport, Iowa., January 02, 1917
Affidavit on the sold stock of William J. Busch in The Linograph Company, County of Hennepin, Minnesota., June [?], 1917 
Letter to William J. Busch from The Linograph Company on his purchased Linograph stock by C.E. Updike, Litchfield, Minnesota., December 27, 1916
Two page letter to the Linograph Company from William J. Busch on his sold stock to C.E. Updike, Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 30, 1916
Letter to Mr. William J. Busch from J.C. Pedersen of the Linograph Company on the purchase of his Linograph stock by C.E. Updike, to Litchfield, Minnesota from Davenport, Iowa., December 27, 1916
Copied letter to Mr. Wm. J. Busch from [?] Pedersen of The Linograph Company on his stock he had sold to C.E. Updike, to Minneapolis, Minnesota from Davenport, Iowa., January 02, 1917
Copied affidavit on the sold stock of William J. Busch in The Linograph Company, County of Hennepin, Minnesota., June [?], 1917 
 
Folder 15 The Linograph Company
Letter to the Scott County Savings Bank on a delivery of shares from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from J. [?], postmarked Pense, Sask., September 1, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of Edward K. Putnam from J [?], postmarked Pense, Sask., June 25, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J. [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa.
Letter to J.H. Hass from H.T. Crawford on the enclosed authorization and the stock certificate, Fargo, North Dakota., March 8, 1917
Letter to H.T. Crawford from the Secretary of The Linograph Company on an enclosed certificate, Peoria, Illinois., June 21, 1917
Letter to Mr. Ed. O. Putnam from H.T. Crawford of Acme Harvesting Machine Co. on an enclosed receipt and certificate, to Davenport, Iowa from Peoria, Illinois., June 23, 1917
Letter to J.H. Hass from H.T. Crawford on his linograph stock, to Davenport, Iowa from Peoria, Illinois, June 14, 1917
Letter to Mr. J.H. Hass from H.T. Crawford on a later date for delivery of stock, Davenport, Iowa., February 22, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from H.T. Crawford on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., March 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Ed[?] on a delivery of stock of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Return Receipt to the Estate of Edw. K. Putnam from E.C. Crossett, postmarked Washington D.C., March 8, 1918
Letter to Mr. Edward K. Putnam from Ed[?] Crossett on a returned receipt, to Davenport, Iowa from Washington D.C. , March 9, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Yus[?] Dahurs on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Letter to Scoot County Savings Bank from A.F. Dawson on a delivery of stock of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Eugene A[?]eutsch on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from V.H. Drescher on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 24, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] Englehart on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of Edw. K. Putnam from [?]. W. D[?]ald, postmarked Davenport, Iowa., March 7, 1918
Letter to Scoot County Savings Bank from Harry Englehart on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from H. Englehart on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Harry Englehart Certificate of Stock, The Linograph Company, February 26, 1917
Harry Englehart Bond Certificate, The Linograph Company, February 26, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] Englehart on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from J.H. Fellman, postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from John Fellman on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from F.S. F[?]ler on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from W.J. Fr[?]dler on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Emma A Fleschman on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 1917
Letter to The Linograph Company from Sam Fridner on an enclosed certificate he would like transferred, from Galveston, Texas to Davenport, Iowa., July 14, 1917
Waiver signed by Sam Fridner to The Linograph Company, Galveston, Texas., June 15, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Sam Fridner on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa, February 26, 1917
Letter to Sam Fridner from Edward K. Putnam on an enclosed certificate, Galveston, Texas., July 7, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Sam Fridner, postmarked Galveston, Texas., July 10, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Virgil N. Friits, postmarked Friday Harbor, Washington., February 20, 1918
Letter to J.D. Pedersen from Virgil N. Frits on taking up some stock of The Linograph Company, to Davenport, Iowa from Friday Harbor, Washington., June 21, 1917 
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J.C. Pedersen on the Linograph stock of Virgil W. Frits, Davenport, Iowa., June 27, 1917
Letter to the Linograph Company from J.R. Fuller on an agreement on stock, from Kansas City, Missouri from Davenport, Iowa., January 8, 1917
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J.C. Pedersen of the Linograph Company on the stock of Mr. J. R. Fuller, Davenport, Iowa, January 11, 1917
Letter to Mr. J. R. Fuller from J[?] of Scott County Savings on selling his Linograph stock, from Davenport, Iowa from Kansas City, Missouri
Waiver signed by Mr. J.R. Fuller, The Linograph Company, Galveston, Texas., June 15, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from J.R. Fuller, postmarked Galveston, Texas., July 10, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.R. Fuller on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
Copied letter to J.R. Fuller from Edward K. Putnam on Linograph stock, Kansas City, Missouri., July 7, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from O.W. Griffen’s on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company., February 21. 1917
Letter to Mr. Putnam from J.H. Hass on a conversion of stock, davenport, Iowa., July 02, 1917
Copied letter to Mr. P.W. Gifford from Edward K. Putnam on a conversion of stock, Biloxi Mississippi., July 7, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from P.W. [?]ifford, postmarked Biloxi, Mississippi., July 10, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.W. Gilchirst by [?] Gilchirst on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 19, 1917
Letter to Scot County Savings Bank from [?] Sadd[?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?]. M. Burbank on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport. Iowa., February 26, 1917
Letter to Mr. Samuel J. Goldsmith from Edward K. Putnam on the unpaid portion of his subscription for Linograph stock, Chicago, Illinois., March 20, 1918
Financial note from J.[?] Hass
Letter to The Linograph Securities Company from Samuel J. Goldsmith on Linograph shares, from Chicago, Illinois from Davenport, Iowa., November 15, 1917
Letter to Edward K. Putnam from Samuel J. Goldsmith on a matter with Mr. Hass, to Davenport, Iowa from Chicago, Illinois, March 23, 1918
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Samuel Goldsmith, postmarked Chicago, Illinois., July 20, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Samuel J. Goldsmith on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, from Chicago, Illinois to Davenport, Iowa., February 15, 1917
Letter to The Linograph Company from O.B. Grant on his paid stock subscription, Davenport, Iowa., January 2, 1918
Letter to O. B. Grant from the Sales Manager of the Linograph Company in reply to his previous letter, Davenport, Iowa., January 2, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] Green on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenpor6t, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to the Scott County Savings Bank from J.C. Gade on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 21, 1917
Letter to Mr. E,.K. Putnam from T.F. Halligan on a Linograph stock certificate, Davenport, Iowa., September 05, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from Hallegan Coffee Co. and F.A. Meltesen, postmarked Davenport, Iowa, November 3, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from T.F. Halligan on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from G.L. Hamann on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Mr. Edward K. Putnam from J[?] Porter on his enclosed check for dividend on Linograph Securities, from Kansas City Missouri from Davenport, Iowa., January 3, 1918
Letter to the Scott County savings Bank from J. [?]. Porter on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 23, 1917
Letter to Mr. Jas A. Rankin from Edward L. Putnam on his certificate for Linograph stock, Chicago, Illinois., March 7, 1918
Letter to the Scott County Savings Bank from [?] A. Rankin on a delivery of shares of The linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from R.R. Englehart on the enclosed letter of Frank Reavy, Davenport, Iowa., May 28, 1917
Letter to Mr. Frank Reavy from R.R. Englehart on issuing a new certificate, Davenport, Iowa., May 23, 1917
Agreement to Purchase with a waiver signed by Frank Reavy, Galesburg, Illinois., June 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Frank Reavy on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J.V. Ri[?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 17, 1917
Letter to the Scott County Savings bank from E.W. Sass on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 24, 1917
Agreement to purchase with a waiver signed by E.W. Sass, Davenport, Iowa., June 16, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from E.W. Sass on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] o a delivery of shares os The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 16, 1917
 
Folder 16 The Linograph Company
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?]. S. Simpson on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February, 17, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from [?] Simpson, postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Agreement to Purchase with a waiver signed by B.W. Sre[?], June 15, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from John Rolling, postmarked Bellevue, Iowa., February 16, 1918
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Mary Eleanor [?]uider on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 26, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from D.K. Solomon on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Waiver signed by [?], The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., June 15, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 21, 1917
Letter to Scott County savings Bank from [?]ustan Stu[?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Letter to Mr. J.H. Hass from Henry [?] Strom on giving his Linograph stock to his mother, Eliza Strom, Milwaukee, Wisconsin., May 26, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Henry [?] Strom on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, February, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from Ms. R.K. V[?] on a delivery of shares of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from P.T. Walsh Estate by T.J. Walsh on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 13, 1917
Notes on the certificate and stock of P.T. Walsh, May 22, 1917, February 13, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from J[?]  on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of W.C. Putnam from [?], postmarked Davenport, Iowa., September 8, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?} on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February, 19, 1917
Agreement to Purchase with a waiver signed by [?], Davenport, Iowa., June 12, 1917
Letter to Scott County Savings Bank from [?] on a delivery of shares of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 14, 1917
Return receipt to the Estate of Edward K, Putnam from J [?], postmarked Davenport, Iowa., March 6, 1918
Two pages of Stock statements of the Linograph Company, 1912-1917
Summary of Outstanding Stock for the Linograph Company, 1912-1917
List of Subscribers for additional issue of Common Stock sold through the Linograph Securities Company, Corrected October 1, 1917
List of Linograph stockholders, their residences, and shares of stock, March 20, 1918
List  and notes of Subscribers for additional issue of Common Stock sold through the Linograph Securities Company, Corrected October 1, 1917
Notes on receipts missing
Notice on a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Linograph Company signed by J.C. Pedersen, Davenport, Iowa., January 6, 1914
Two page notice on the Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., May 19, 1917
Notice to Fellow Stockholders of the Linograph Company signed by R.R. Englehart, Davenport, Iowa., June 11, 1917
Proposed Activity For Immediate Future with Income Statements, June 11, 1917
Notice to the stockholders of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., December 18, 1916
Notice to the stockholders of the Linograph Company from Edward K. Putnam, Davenport, Iowa., May 19, 1917
Notice from R.R. Englehart, Edward L. Putnam, and J.H. Hass on the conversion of Linograph stock, Davenport, Iowa., May 23, 1917
Notice for an informal meeting from the Linograph Company signed by  Edward K. Putnam, May 19, 1917
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Linograph Company signed by Edward K. Putnam, Davenport, Iowa., March 20, 1918
List of those present at the informal meeting, March 23, 1918
Notice from R.R. Englehart, Edward L. Putnam, and J.H. Hass on the conversion of Linograph stock, Davenport, Iowa., May 23, 1917
Notice to the stockholders of the :Linograph Company on a resolution adoption at a meeting, May 19, 1917
Notice from The Linograph Company on an informal meeting signed by Edward K. Putnam, May 19, 1917
Notice from J.W. Bettendorf, R.R. Englehart, J.H. Hass, and Edward K. Putnam for a meeting for those most interested of the Davenport stockholders of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., February 8, 1917
List of stockholders and shares
List of common and preferred stock with notes
Agreement signed by Jasson Bollinger, Robb T,. Ar[?], J.A. [?]oe, E.W. Sass, and Caroline A. Petersen on their Linograph Stock, Davenport, Iowa., February 10, 1917
Financial notes on Linograph stock, February 10, 1917
Notice to the Scott County Savings Bank on the authorization to surrender and convert Linograph stock, Davenport, Iowa., June 1917
Notice from the Secretary of the Linograph Company , Davenport, Iowa.,  June 21, 1917
Notice on stock certificates from the Secretary of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., September 7, 1917
 
Folder 17 The Linograph Company
Notice to the stockholders of the Linograph Company on a resolution adoption from a meeting, May 19, 1917
Notice from the Linograph Company on an informal meeting, May 19, 1917
Notice to the stockholders of the Linograph Company on a prior meeting signed by R.R. Englehart, Davenport, Iowa., June 11, 1917
Proposed Activity for Immediate Future with Income Statements from January 1, 1916 to January 1, 1917, June 11, 1917
Notice to the Stockholders of The Linograph Company on a meeting resolution signed by Mr. Edward K. Putnam, December 18, 1916
Notice to the stockholders of The Linograph Company on a meeting resolution, Davenport, Iowa., December 18, 1916
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., March 20, 1918
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Linograph Company signed by Edward K. Putnam, Davenport, Iowa., march 20, 1918
Notice of Annual Meeting of the Linograph Company signed by Edward K. Putnam, Davenport, Iowa., March 20, 1918
Two  pages of Assets and Liabilities of The Linograph Company, as of October 1, 1917
The Linograph Company Income Statement for the Month of September, 1917
Financial records on linograph shipments, October 1, 1917
Preliminary draft of the Linograph Company Income Statement for the Month f July, 1917
Financial reports of linograph shipments, August 1, 1917
Summary of Monthly Incomes since January 1, 1917
Two pages of the corrected copy of The Linograph Company Assets and Liabilities, as of December, 1, 1917
Financial reports on the linograph shipments, December 1, 1917
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J. Hass on books that pertain to the Linograph Company stocks, Davenport, Iowa., June 25, 1918
Financial note in account with Edward L. Putnam, July 1, 1918
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from P.O. Pedersen on labor saving machines during the war, Davenport, Iowa., June 04, 1918
A promotional pamphlet on the linograph, The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa
Postcard for interested linograph buyers, Davenport, Iowa
Meeting Notice from Edward K. Putnam, Davenport, Iowa., May 13, 1918
Letter to Mr. R.R. Englehart on the resignation of the secretary and director of The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., May 10, 1918
Meeting Notice from Mr. Edward K. Putnam, May 13, 1918
Letter to Mr. Edward C. Crossett from the secretary of the Linograph Company on a stock certificate and receipt, Washington D.C., March 5, 1918
Letter to Mr. Wm. M. Bjerke from the Secretary of The Linograph Company on a stock certificate and receipt, Minneapolis, Minnesota., February 15, 1918
Letter to Mr. Fred Hoelmer from the Secretary of The Linograph Company on a stock certificate and receipt, Davenport, Iowa., March 5, 1918
Notes from a Linograph Company meeting, June 02, 1918 
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J.W. Bettendorf on a financial note, Bettendorf, Iowa., January 3, 1917
Letter to Mr. E. K. Putnam from J.W. Bettendorf on an enclosed financial note, to davenport, Iowa from Bettendorf, Iowa., December 29, 1917
Letter to Mr. J.W. Bettendorf on his returned financial note, January, 02, 1917
Letter to Mr. J. H. Nissen from The Linograph Company on the delay of his stock certificate, Louisville, Kentucky., January 20, 1918
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from [?] of The Linograph Company on the issue of new certificates,        Davenport Iowa., January 26, 1918
Letter to Mr. E.K. Putnam from J.C. Pedersen regarding the stockholders list, Davenport, Iowa., June 12, 1917
Two page letter to Mr. J.C. Petersen from Edward K. Putnam on the statement of the linograph Company as of January 01, 1918, Davenport, Iowa., March 6, 1918
Two page letter to J.C. Pedersen from the Secretary of The Linograph Company concerning stockholders, Davenport, Iowa., June 23, 1917
Letter to Mr. J.C Pedersen from the Secretary of The Linograph Company on concerning a list of the stockholders and the amount of stock, Davenport, Iowa., June 23, 1917
Seven pages of Transfer Forms for The Linograph Company, Davenport, Iowa., 1917
Letter to Mr. Edward K. Putnam from Jasson Bollinger on the board’s vote to move to Massillon, Ohio, to New York, New York from Davenport, Iowa., December 12, 1916
A proxy signed by H.T. Crawford in the presence of M.J. Be[?], December 11, 1916
Letter to Mr. H. Petersen, Mr. J.C. Pedersen, Mr. P.O.. Pedersen, and Edward K. Putnam rom H.T. Crawford on revoking his proxy, from Fargo, North Dakota to Davenport, Iowa., January 22, 1917
Letter
Williamson, Burleigh & McClean blank proxy pages
Return Receipt from Williamson, Burleigh & McClean 1918
The Linograph Company Notice of Annual Meeting March 20, 1918
Letter from Secretary regarding annual meeting 26 March 1918
Linograph Company Proxies April 1, 1918
Letter to Ernest L. McClean from Augusta, Maine May 19, 1917
Letter from E. K. Putnam of annual meeting January 1, 1917
Letter regarding stock holders meeting June 4, 1917
Letter The Linograph Company Secretary’s Certificate of Notice of Meeting January 1, 1917
Letter, enclosure of minutes April 2, 1917
Meeting of Directors copy of minutes April 12, 1913
Letter acknowledge receipt December 22, 1916
Letter from Secretary regarding annual meeting April 1917
Annual Stockholders’ Meeting notice April 1917
Letter regarding enclosure of minutes April 3, 1918
Letter to President and Directors of the Linograph Company April 5, 1918
Letter to E. K. Putnam regarding statements March 7, 1918
Plan for Investing $100,000 to $200,000 Additional Capital in the Linograph Company
 
Folder 18 Linograph Company
Preferred Stock Convertible One for One May 23, 1917
Letter addressed to Mr. E. K. Putnam June 16, 1917 from The Linograph Company; list of the Linograph stockholders May 22, 1917
List of Linograph stockholders May 22, 1917
List of Linograph stockholders May 22, 1917
Common stock issued by conversion of preferred stock later than May 15, 1917 corrected up to June 23, 1917
The Linograph Company list of stockholder connect to June 30, 1917
Four (4) balance sheets
List of names not in certified list of March 17, 1915
Preferred Stock as of January 1, 1917; “additional names”; Linograph Company – Preferred stock
Certified list of stockholders March 17, 1915
Seven (7) pages of Preferred Stock Transferred to Scott County Savings Bank, Trustee – March 19, 1917
Linograph Common Stock Transferred from Scott County Savings Bank May 22, 1917
Two (2) balance sheets
Preferred Stock Convertible One for One May 22, 1917; Linograph Stockholders June 12, 1917
Common Stock Transferred to Scott Count Savings Bank Trustee March 19, 1917
Linograph Common Stock Transferred From Scott County Savings Bank May 22, 1917
Linograph Company common stock issue by conversion of preferred stock later than May 15, 1917 corrected up to June 23, 1917
List of Stockholders January 1, 1917
Preferred Stock Convertible One for One May 22, 1917; preferred Stock Transferred to Scott County Saving Bank, Trustee March 19, 1917; the Linograph Company – Common Stockholders of Record June 15, 1917; Treasury Stock
The Linograph Company – Common Stockholders of Record June 15, 1917
The Linograph Company – Common Stockholders of Record June 15, 1917; letter addressed to J. C. Pedersen June 23, 1917 from the Linograph Company; letter addressed to Linograph Company June 23, 1917 from Scott County Savings Bank
Local Stockholders – Linograph Company 2,500-10,000; 1,000-2,500; under 1,000; out of town stockholders
List of Stockholders June 13, 1917
 
Folder 19 The Linograph Company
Volume 1, No. 3 of The Slug published by the Linograph Company
Volume 1, No. 4 of The Slug published by the Linograph Company
Volume 2, No. 1 of The Slug published by the Linograph Company
Volume 2, No. 2 of The Slug published by the Linograph Company
Special meeting of the Board of Directors January 6, 1914
Eleven (11) page long “The Linograph Company By-Laws”
Resolved copy of Section 10
 
Agreement made June 25, 1917 between Linograph Company and Linograph Securities Company
Two (2) copies of agreement between Linograph Company and Linograph Securities Company made July 1, 1917
Letter addressed to the Stockholders of The Linograph Securities CO. March, 1918 from Linograph Securities Co. 
Preliminary draft of agreement June, 1917
Letter addressed to The Linograph Securities Co. May 21, 1917
Letter addressed to Dick August 14, 1917; agreement to purchase dated August 11, 1917 from Chas A. Lee; letter addressed to Linograph Co. August 11, 1917 from Chas A. Lee; letter addressed to Mr. Charles A. Lee August 14, 1917 from The Linograph Company
Subscribers for additional issue of common stock sold through The Linograph Securities Company (correct October 1, 1917); subscribers for additional issue of common stock sold through The Linograph Company (corrected to June 30, 1917); Linograph Securities Co 8/24/17
Letter to The Linograph Co. July 6, 1917 from Mrs. Lillie E. Biggs; agreement to purchase on June 29, 1917 from Lillie E. Biggs; letter addressed to E. K. Putnam Sec’y on June29, 1917; letter addressed to The Linograph Securities Company June 15, 1917; subscriber to Linograph Securities May 31, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 25, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 16, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 16, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 16, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 23, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 25, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 19, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 16, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 15, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 13, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 15, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 15, 1917; letter to The Linograph Securities Company agreement to purchase June 14, 1917
Subscribers for additional issue of common stock sold through the Linograph Securities Company (corrected October 1, 1917)
 
References
Clubs & Organizations (Speleological Society, Camera Club, Tri-City Bird Club, Wilson Ornithological Club)
Geology - Misc. (Speleological Society)
Arts – Photography (Camera Club)
Nature – Birds (Tri-City Bird Club, Paarman English Sparrow, Wilson Ornithological Club)
Portrait (Mabel Heath Palmer Biography, B. J. Palmer Biography)
Business & Industry – Printing (The Linograph Company)
 
 

INVENTORY

Autograph Albums 1978-41
Date: 1850-1915
 
Description
BOX CONTAINING 11 AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS INCLUDING 
1) PARALLELAGRAM SHAPED WITH SCENE ON COVER "TO NELLIE FROM EMMA DEC. 25, 190[?]", FEW SIGNATURES INCLUDING SEVERAL IN 1986 FROM SILVIS AND HAMPTON, IL.   
2) GREEN "AUTOGRAPHS" ON COVER, "TO ELLA" C. 1880, SOME IN GERMAN, SOME WRITTEN IN DAVENPORT, ACC. NO. 1978-41. 
3) BLACK "AUTOGRAPHS" ON COVER, MOST AUTOGRAPHS WRITTEN DURING TRIPS IN 1905, 1914, 1912, SOME IN GERMAN, SOME SIGNED IN EUROPE, ONE SHEET GLUED IN CONTAINING SIGNATURE OF CAPTAIN WALTER BLAIR  AND LOGO OF THE MORNING STAR STEAMER OF NORTHERN STEAMBOAT CO.  
4) BROWN "ALBUM" ON COVER, TO "RHODA" [JIPP?] MOST WRITTEN IN GERMAN, C. 1879. ACC. NO. 1978-14.  
5) BLUE "ALBUM" ON COVER, BOX LIKE ALBUM CONTAINING LOOSE SHEETS, AUTOGRAPHS WRITTEN IN GERMANY (LUTJENBERG) C. 1847-52 AND DAVENPORT C. 1876. ACC. NO. 1978-14.  
6) BROWN "FLORAL ALBUM" ON COVER, TO "META" WRITTEN IN DAVENPORT, SOME IN GERMAN, C. 1880. ACC. NO. 1978-14.  
7) BROWN "AUTOGRAPHS" ON COVER BELONGED TO RHODA JIPP, C. 1880, SOME WRITTEN IN GERMAN, MOST WRITTEN IN DAVENPORT, C. 1880. ACC. NO. 1978-41.  
8) BURGANDY CLOTH ALBUM, INSCRIPTION "AMANDA KUHRT/1891".  
9) BROWN "AUTOGRAPH ALBUM" ON COVER WITH FLORAL NEEDLEWORK BAND, ONE PAGE CONTAINS SIGNATIVES OF "MEMBERS OF C.U.T.E." INCLUDING META JIPP, MOST WRITTEN IN DAVENPORT, SOME IN GERMAN, C. 1880.  ACC. NO.  1978-14.  
10) BLACK WITH GOLD, PINK AND BLUE "AUTOGRAPH" ON COVER  "BERTHA PRIESS" INSCRIPTION, WRITTEN IN DAVENPORT, C. 1890, 6 X 9.5" ACC. NO.  1986-88.  
11) BROWN WITH GOLD AND SILVER "AUTOGRAPHS" ON COVER, INSCRIPTIONS TO "MRS. MEYER", MOSTLY LOCAL, SOME IN GERMAN, C. 1890,  ACC. NO.  1968-111. 
 
 ACCESSION NO. 1986-88, 1978-41 (1978-14?), 1968-111. LIB--ARCH--R3--CAB1E
 
Subject Cross Reference
Boats & Boating – Riverboats – Morning Star
Ethnic & Minority Groups -- German
Social Life & Customs – Friendship
Travel
 
 

INVENTORY

Foreign Language Documents 1974-89
Date:  1674-1917
Scope Notes: MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS IN GERMAN, TURKISH AND CHINESE, SOME PRODUCED LOCALLY INCLUDING 
 
PAMPHLET FOR FEST ZEITUNG IN GERMN FEB. 1898 WITH LOCAL BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS.  
DAVENPORT TURNGEMEINDE CONSTITUTION, 1883. 
INVITATION IN GERMAN DATED AUG. 10, 1908.  
LIST OF SOLDIERS WHO SERVED IN 1848 REVOLUNTION IN SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN INCLUDING PHOTOS OF BLEIK PETERS AND EMIL GEISLER.  
2 INVITATION/TICKETS.  
DAVENPORT SHOOTING ASSOCATION KING SHOOTING MATCH PROGRAM DATED AUG. 16, 1908.  
SANGERFEST SOUVENIR PROGRAM JULY 1898 INCLUDING ADVERTISEMENTS.  
NEWSPAPER DERTAGLICHE DEMOCRAT FOR DEC. 23, 1884.  
DER BAZER (GERMAN) ACC. NO. 1974-89.  
C.A. FICKE COLLECTION INCLUDING ORDER SIGNED BY GEORGE, DUKE OF SAXONY DATED 1674 AND CHINESE/JAPANESE DOCUMENTS.  
TURKISH DAILY NEWSPAPER DATED JUNE 15, 1884 DONOR? H. H. HEFTER.  
GERMAN DOCUMENT DATED FEB. 28, 1832 WITH NAME CARL AUGUST KALK[?]. 
FRENCH DOCUMENT DATED 1833.  
LEDGER CONTAINING MILITARY PENSIONS.  
GERMAM DOCUMENT BAPTISM? FOR ROBERT HENNE, APRIL 20, 1836.  
GERMAN NEWSPAPER CORREIPONZBLATT, OCT. 28, 1850.  
DER DEMOKRAT MAY 20, 1862. 
FOLDER CONTAINING JAPANESE OR CHINESE DOCUMENTS.  
TURNER HALL PROGRAM DATED NOV. 6, 1884.  
SAM WAH CHINESE LAUNDRY LEDGER? IN CHINESE DATED MARCH 19, 1884.  
3 ADDITIONAL LEDGERS IN CHINESE.  
COURRIER DES ETATS UNIS - GERMAN NEWSPAPER DATED DEC. 22, 1917. 
DAS BURH FUR ALLE, 1884.   
 
ACCESSION NO.:  1960-92, 1956-13, 1962-87, 1974-89, 1967-15.  LIB--ARCH--R3--CAB1B
Item needs attention – to be stored properly, fragile items.
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Laundry
Ethnic & Minority Groups – German
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Misc.
Music – Choruses & Singers
Newspapers & Periodicals – Misc. 
Organizations & Clubs – Davenport Shooting Assoc.
Organizations & Clubs – Turners
 
 

INVENTORY

GENERAL DOCUMENTS
 
BOX 1 Location: LIB-ARCH-R3-CAB1-Shelf 6
Folder 1
GD 67 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to Carl Mueller to enter high school, Jan. 21, 1909
GD 75 Certificate naming charter members of Davenport GAR Post #1, July 26, 1866, (reverse side is a family photograph
GD 79 Handwritten marriage agreement in French between Louis Gaud? And Felicite' Loise, Oct. 12, 1812, recorded in book B page 260-61, St. Charles County, Territory of Missouri
GD 80 Anti-slavery protest of territories of Kansas & Nebraska presented to House of Representatives from Scott County, January 9, 1855
GD 118 Certificate of appointment of George H. Kirby as colonel in militia of State of Scott, June 21, 1946
GD 139 Diploma from Davenport Turngemeinde to Vallie Strohbehn, July 1, 1916
GD 137 Certificate of appointment of George W. Ells as Lt. Colonel in Ohio Militia, June 6, 1843
GD 125 Certificate of admission from Davenport Public School to Alfred Fleishman to enter high school, Jan. 25, 1906
 GD 126 Certificate of admission from Davenport Public School to Jacob M. Silberstein to enter high school, Jan. 24, 1913
GD 127 Certificate of admission from Davenport Public School to Esther V. Silberstein to enter high school, Jan. 23, 1914
GD 128 Certificate of admission from Davenport Public School to George H. Whitaker to enter high school, June 21, 1894
 
Folder 2
GD 9 Scott County Agricultural Society award to Mrs. M. A. Miller, Sept. 10, 1880
GD 6 Lincoln Farm Association honorary membership to Walter E. Whittlesey, Dec. 19, 1907
GD 8 Davenport Public Schools certificate of award for perfect attendance to Alfred Solbrig (Fillmore School) June 18, 1913
GD23 Diploma of Third Honors for Chapter 812 of Agassiz Assn., 1887
GD11 New England Guards certificate of membership for I. A. Wetherby, May 1842
GD 214 Appointment of Dr. J. D. Cantwell to the local board for Scott County (selective service?), Feb. 9, 191
GD 201 A Statement of memorial by Iowa General Assembly upon the death of Albert W. Hamann
GD 201 B Diploma from Davenport Public Schools Grammar Department to Hermine Engelback, June 19, 1902
 
Folder 3
GD 208 Davenport Public Schools grammar school diploma to Frances Juergensen, June 21, 1888
GD 210 List of charter members of Pastime Club, n.d.
GD251 "Velie differs from you neighbor's car" full page ad from March 31, 1928 Saturday Evening Post for Velie 8-88 Royal Sedan
GD 325 Birth certificate for Minna Louise Falk, daughter of Wilhelm Falk & Auguste Warnke, June 1887, in German
GD 196 Certificate of appreciation from Mayor Littleton to Ray Garstang for military service, April 28, 1919
GD 188 Award of Merit to Davenport Museum for participation in National Museum week, 1972
GD 389 German Confirmation certificate
 
Folder 4
GD 198 Marriage certificate of Albert Carstens and Emie Biester, Scott County Iowa, Sept. 27, 1873
GD50 Marriage certificate of Elmer E. Meadley and M. E. Knox, April 6, 1886
GD41 Certificate of appreciation for service in American Military Force to Dr. John D. Cantwell, April 38, 1919, from City of Davenport, signed by Mayor Littleton
GD53 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to Herman Voss to enter high school, June 19, 1902
GD55 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to Willie Voss to enter high school, June 19, 1902
GD54 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to A. L. Voss to enter high school, Jan. 27, 1905
GD 47 Certificate of intern service to E. F. Strohbehn at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City, March 11, 1891
GD 48 Certificate of intern service to E. F. Strohbehn at Mercy Hospital in Davenport, Sept. 10, 1890
 
Folder 5
GD 385 Davenport Public School admission to high school for Charles Dollerhide
GD150 Certificate of membership in Kaaba Shrine Masonic order to Harl V. McCluskey, Dec. 18, 1812
GD151 Certificate of membership in Kaaba Shrine Masonic order to Emil Silberstein, Nov. 23, 1923
GD152 Certificate of service from Selective service to William H. Rendleman, March 31, 1947
GD 149 Certificate of membership in Veiled Prophet to Alfons M. Rochow, Oct. 5, 1821
GD81 Certificate of appointment to Illinois Volunteers as 5th Corporal to Abner C. Steel?, Oct. 5, 1864
GD82 Certificate of appointment to Michigan Volunteers as sergeant to Henry Robinson, Dec. 10, 1863
 
Folder 6
MU 5028 (possibly GD 417) Toxic Cleanup day in Scott County, 1989, including info on toxic wastes and substitutes
GD 311 - Certificate of appreciation to Wilson Shorey from Selective Service System, July 1965
GD 420 6 Certificates from Moline Turnfest, c. 1950-70 
 
Folder 7
GD 419 (2 booklets) info about Braille work of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, used by Lillian Brun, 1955-78
 
Folder 8
GD 332 The Ladies Home Journal Patterns Oct. 1910, (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 9
GD 346 Radio Engineering Magazine Aug. 1930, Vol. 10 #8 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 10
Copy of newspaper article about Garden Week (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 11
334.9 Audit report, Sept. 10, 1933 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 12
GD 395 (2 pieces) Inventory of Kahl Building and Capitol Theatre, 1929-1930
 
BOX 2 Location: LIB-ARCH-R3-CAB1-Shelf F
 
Folder 1
GD 121 Certificate of service from Davenport Fire Department for 10 years and 1 month in First Ward Hose Co., to Ignatius Schmidt, Oct. 6, 1886
GD 122 Certificate of service from Davenport Fire Department for 10 years service in Pilot Fire Co. No. 3 and Liberty Fire Co. No. 1 to Henry Korn, Feb. 10, 1875
GD 123 Certificate of service from Davenport Fire Department for 7 years and 6 months service in Fire King Hose and Engine Co to Ignaz Hild, June 7, 1882
GD 124 Certificate of service from Davenport Fire Department for 10 years service in Liberty Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 to Julius H. Hansen, Aug. 5, 1885
GD 215 Certificate of membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution for Mrs. Sarah Jones Hatch, August 2, 1898
GD 209
GD 5 Scott County Horticultural Society award to Miss Roff, Sept. 10, 1872
GD 40 Appointment of John Dalzell Cantwell as 1st Lieutenant in the Medical section, June 20, 1918
 
 
Folder 2
GD 207 Davenport High School diploma of Frances Edna Plath, June 23, 1905
GD 209
GD 38 Certificate of honorable service presented to Private George W. Orr, December 15, 1864
GD 29 Certificate of 25 years membership in Davenport Turngemeinde for F. P. Voss, 1929
GD32 Document from German Red Cross to Charles Shuler, Nov. 15, 1925 (in German)
GD 27 Diploma awarded to A. Long by Green Lake County Agricultural Society, 1862
GD27 Certificate of Neptunus Rex:  Carl Mueller crossed the equator June 10, 1917 aboard the USS South Dakota
GD 116 Certificate of 25-year membership in Knights of Pythias to Emil Silberstein, April 19, 1937
GD 17 Document concerning J. R. Nutting as delegate to Trans Mississippi Commercial Congress in Omaha, Sept. 28, 1891, signed by Iowa Governor, Horace Boies
GD18 Document concerning J. R. Nutting as delegate to Trans Mississippi Commercial Congress in Denver, May 14, 1891, signed by Iowa Governor, Horace Boies
GD 193 Award of Merit for outstanding performance to Davenport Public Museum from American Association of State & Local History, Oct. 22, 1952
 
 
Folder 3
GD 61 Honorary Master of Arts diploma awarded to Alfred Sanders, Dec. 21, 1851
GD 20 Ordination certificate from Evangelical Lutheran Church for Jonas Gotthold Lagerstrom, June 20, 1869, recorded at Red Wing, Minn., July 6, 1869
GD 114 Certificate from Scottish Rite Masonic order to Emil Silberstein as 32nd degree mason, May 21, 1920
GD 117 Certificate of awarding selective service medal to William H. Rendleman for one year of service, n.d.
GD 10 Third diploma awarded to Davenport Chapter 812 of the Agassiz Assn., 1887-88
GD 110 Certificate of appreciation from Selective Service to William H. Rendleman for one year of service, n.d.
GD 111 Certificate of appreciation from Selective Service to William H. Rendleman for three years of service, n.d.
GD 112 Certificate of appreciation from Selective Service to William H. Rendleman for four years of service, n.d.
GD 70 Memorial for D. N. Richardson from Oakdale Cemetery directors, died July 4, 1898
 
 
Folder 4
GD 44 Election of Thomas F. O'Mara as 2nd Lt. Of Davenport National Guard, March 30, 1875, signed by Gov. C. C. Carpenter
GD 197 Diploma (doctor) issued to Ray Garstang from Universal Chiropractic College, Davenport, Iowa, June 26, 1913
Board of Trustees, 1961
GD 194 Certificate of Appreciation to Walter E. Whittlesey for 50 years service to the Putnam Estate by members of the Museum 
GD 192 Marriage certificate of Frank B. Ogden of Chicago to Marietta M. Batchelder of Lyons, Iowa, in Omaha, Neb., March 27, 1889
GD 190 Certificate of Membership in Liquor Dealers Protective Association of Illinois, issued to Beardsley & Bailey Co., Jan. 1, 1909
GD 184 Certificate to Maggie B. Mason for $10 contribution to Presbyterian Church $5 million memorial fund, Dec. 24, 1870
GD 59 Diploma from St. Katherine's Hall awarded to Anna Mary Shuler, June 13, 1899
GD 49 Marriage certificate of Fred Voss and Lena Papenbrock, Aug. 12, 1884
 
 
Folder 5
GD 51 Marriage certificate of Christian Maves and Ida Schroeder, June 18, 1885
GD 388
GD 387
GD 386
GD103 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to John I. Nelson, Dec. 15, 1864
GD104 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Arthur Quigley, Dec. 15, 1864
GD105 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to John A. Tucker, Dec. 15, 1864
GD106 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to James Williams, Dec. 15, 1864
GD107 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Thomas J. B. Yates, Dec. 15, 1864
GD108 Appointment of Sgt. William B. Gossett to 2nd Lt., Co. G, 29th Illinois Volunteers
 
Folder 6
GD 83 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to John Adamson, December 15, 1864
GD 84 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to William H. Anderson, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 85 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Charles P. Beard, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 86 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to William Boehmler, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 87 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Henry Bode, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 88 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to William Caldwell, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 89 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Lorenzo D. Carey, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 90 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Robert M. Cooper, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 91 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers Leonidas B. Creamer, to Dec. 15, 1864
GD 92 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Charles Doolittle, Dec. 15, 1864
 
Folder 7
GD 93 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Joseph M. Ford, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 94 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Arthur Iwaddell, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 95 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to William M. Green, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 96 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Henry Hanks, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 97 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Lars Isaacson, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 98 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Timothy F. Kane, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 99 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Henry Kroeger, Dec. 15, 1864
GD 100 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Stephen Messer, Dec. 15, 1864
GD101 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Robert Meyerhoff, Dec. 15, 1864
GD102 Certificate of honorable service in US Volunteers to Mace Morris, Dec. 15, 1864
 
Folder 8
GD 411 (13 pages) Confederate bond, other Confederate money, purchase of slaves, Samuel G. Cabill, 1859-1861
 
Folder 9
1963-61 Envelope, Iowa State Business Men’s Building and Loan Association to Dr. E. F. Strohbehn
1963-61 Certificate, Davenport Public School Grammar School to Ed Strohbehn
1963-61 Certificate, Iowa State Business Men’s Building and Loan Association to Dr. E. F. Strohbehn
1963-61 Newspaper article, auction 
 
BOX 3 Location: LIB-ARCH-R9-S2D
Folder 1
GD 324 Membership card for Knight of Pythias to William Pegelon, c. 1913
No number - photocopy of William Pegalow’s grades
 
Folder 2
GD 169 Deposed from ministry for Brooks Baker, New York, March 15, 1873
GD 170 Deposed from ministry for Charles W. Clinton, Wisconsin, Oct. 2, 1863
GD 171 Deposed from ministry for I. W. Gander (?), Pennsylvania, June 27, 1863
GD 172 Deposed from ministry for Richard Holden and Peter Neff, Ohio, Feb. 6, 1855
GD 173 Deposed from ministry for J. W. Cracroft, Ohio, Sept. 9, 1868
GD 174 Deposed from ministry for B. K. Malthy, Ohio, June 17, 1864
GD 175 Deposed from ministry for John Cosby, April 21, 1870
GD 176 Deposed from ministry for Samuel Hermann, Nebraska, March 19, 1869
GD 177 Deposed from ministry for John H. Meili, Alabama, Nov. 12, 1868
GD 178 Deposed from ministry for George E. Thrall and Mason Gallagher, New York, Sept. 26, 1871
GD 161 Deposed from ministry for A. T. Yeator, Missouri, Nov. 13, 1871
GD 162 Deposed from ministry for Francis Dillon Eagan, California, July 28, 1871
GD 163 Deposed from ministry for Charles J. Tucker, New York, July 14, 1873
GD 164 Deposed from ministry for John F. Mines, Maine, March 7, 1865
GD 165 Deposed from ministry for G. Bedell Keen, Pennsylvania, Jan. 4, 1869
GD 166 Deposed from ministry for Peter Quick Wilson, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1871
GD 167 Deposed from ministry for John W. Leadenham, Pennsylvania, Nov. 7, 1867
GD 180 Affirmation of ministry for H. Emerson Judd from Protestant Episcopal Church, April 28, 1858, Iowa
GD 179 Deposed from ministry for Robert Dobyus, New York, Jan. 29, 1868
 
 
Folder 3
GD318 Membership card in Davenport Cycling Club from Lee Cawley, c. 1923
GD319 Laminated newsclipping "Bicycling enthusiast keeps on peddling, June 21, 1978
GD320 AIC Stenos and Mexican team basketball program, Dec. 28, 1951
GD 326 C 2 letters, and a brochure about the Quad City Angels season, Feb. 23, 1989
GD 326 A
GD 326 C
 
Folder 4
GD305 Letter of recommendation for Miss Hilda Johnson from Mr. Sol Hirsch, May 15, 1912
GD306 Letter of recommendation for Alma Johnson from Mrs. Harry Ainsworth to a future employer, n.d.
GD307 Political advertising for Charles S. Clapp, Supervisor candidate, 1932
GD308 Prudential Insurance Co. premium book for recording payment of weekly insurance premiums, 1825-28
GD309 "Social Security Slide Calculator", explains benefits, copyright 1952 by Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
GD310 Sales receipt for 100 lb. of bar iron for $7, Sept. 5, 1846
493 C Davenport community school district affirmative action project
 
Folder 5
GD322 "Sensible Physical Training" periodical, c. 1963
GD323 Ironman periodical, Dec. 1965
 
Folder 6
GD 200 Salary schedule for Pleasant Valley schools for 1960-61
GD 199 TRANSLATION
GD 199 ORIGINAL Report card of Frans August Hagberg, October 12, 1857, in Swedish
GD 195 Marriage certificate of Henry Garstang & Emma Thode, Sept. 23, 1885
GD 191 Cradle Roll certificate of Clifford Graham for Grace Methodist Church, Dec. 19, 1919
GD 186 Certificate of honorable service in military for William Henelly, n.d
GD 56 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to Annie T. Price to enter high school, June 26, 1890
GD 57 Certificate from Davenport Public Schools to Willie Pohlmann to enter high school, June 24, 1886
GD 58 Certificate from Ottumwa Public Schools to Ivan Fuller to enter high school, Nov. 16, 1911
GD 45 Certificate of membership to Soldiers & Sailors Historical & Benevolent Society for Frank P. Morgan, July 10, 1915
GD 42 Certificate of service to Carl Mueller in US Navy aboard the USS Aroostook, 1918
GD 43 Authorization to Carl Mueller to wear chevron for mine duty aboard the USS Aroostook in the North Sea, Nov. 15, 1918
 
Folder 7
GD 187 Statement of principles calling for good will to Germans and lifting of boycott against German products, signed by Dr. Otto H. F. Vollbehr, 1934
 
Folder 8
GD 153 Service record of James Cook of Missouri, Civil War, May 31, 1894
GD 154 Service record for Daniel Mitchell in Civil War, May 26, 1891
GD 155 Deposed from ministry for Ezekiel H. Sayles and Henry Wright, Vermont, Dec. 1, 1871
GD 156 Deposed from ministry for William Phillips, Missouri, Sept. 16, 1871
GD 157 Deposed from ministry for Peter H. Jeffries, Kentucky, Nov. 28, 1866
GD 158 Deposed from ministry for Aaron (?) R. Van Antwerp, Connecticut, Sept. 9, 1863
GD 159 Deposed from ministry for William E. Walker, Wisconsin, March 9, 1872
GD 160 Deposed from ministry for John Belford Linskea, Pennsylvania, Jan. 29, 1872
 
GD 146 Marriage license to Heinrick Kronenberg and Christiana Rock, June 7, 1875
GD 147 Marriage certificate of William Untiedt and Anna Linde, July 14, 1875
 
Folder 9
GD 141 Membership certificate in Harding Memorial Association to Mrs. J. W. Walsh, n.d.
GD 142 Certificate of ordination to George B. Pratt as priest in Protestant Episcopal Church, May 30, 1869
GD 143 Certificate of ordination to George B. Pratt as deacon of Protestant Episcopal Church, June 7, 1868
GD 144 Certificate of life membership from Kaaba Shrine, Masonic Order to Harl V. McClusky, Dec. 18, 1912
GD 145 Unsigned petition form by LeClaire Town Council concerning route of the Mississippi River Scenic Highway, n.d.
GD213 Certificate of membership in Independent Order of Odd Fellows for C. E. Harrison, December 5, 1871
GD 212A Confirmation Certificate for Maria Behnken, Davenport, May 13, 1866 (in German)
GD 212B Certificate of membership in Independent Order of Odd Fellows for James McDonald, July 7, 1850
GD 209 A poem honoring Mr. & Mrs. Detlef Hass on their 60th anniversary, 1877, in German, with photo and English explanation
 
 
Folder 10
GD 223 "Davenport Assessment for 1853 . . ." Alphabetical list of tax assessments
 
Folder 11
GD 34 Certificate of appreciation from US Treasury Department for work in 6th War Loan to Mrs. Fred Hunt, Jr., Dec. 31, 1944
GD 35 Certificate of appreciation from US Treasury Department for work in 7th War Loan to Mrs. Fred Hunt, Jr., July 16, 1945
GD 36 Certificate of appreciation from US Treasury Department for work in 8th War Loan to Mrs. Fred Hunt, Jr., Jan. 3, 1946
GD 202 Baptism certificate of Hermine Lucy Engelback, April 2, 1920, issued by Methodist Episcopal Church
GD 203 Certificate issued by the Women's Division of Christian Service of the Board of Missions of the Methodist Church to Hermine Engelback, Jan. 24, 1862
GD 204 Certificate of merit given by the Davenport Public Museum for volunteer service to Hermine Engelback, June 15, 1966
GD 31 Certificate for completion of course in troop camping from Boy Scouts of America awarded to Wilbur Robbie, June 18, 1939
 
Folder 12
GD 12 Audubon Society membership certificate of Anna Mittelbuscher, July 1, 1886
GD 13 Audubon Society membership certificate of Mrs. Mary A. Little, July 1, 1886
GD 14 Audubon Society membership certificate of Myrtie Dodd, July 1, 1886
GD 15 Audubon Society membership certificate of Ivah Dodd, July 1, 1886
GD 16 Audubon Society membership certificate of E. B. Sanders, July 1, 1886
GD 1 Davenport Business College Certificate of Membership issued to William Pohlmann, January 2, 1887
GD 2 Davenport Business College Certificate of Membership issued to William Pohlmann, June 29, 1886
GD 3 Davenport Business College Certificate of Membership issued to William Pohlmann, Oct. 29, 1885
GD 4 Davenport Business College Certificate of Membership issued to William Pohlmann, June 23, 1885
 
Folder 13
GD 131 Certificate of membership in Academy International of Medicine to William Harris Rendleman, n.d.
GD 132 Certificate for completion of course in Home Service Corps, from American Red Cross to Mrs. W. H. Rendleman, May 1942
GD 133 Certificate for service in World War II from the American Red Cross to Mrs. W. H. Rendleman, n.d.
GD 134 Certificate from City of Davenport upon entering military service to George E. Volrath, June 25, 1945
GD 135 Handwritten order for A. D. Dennis to report to Mobile after railroad accident delay, Nov. 22, 1864
GD 136 Blank Civil War form for reporting daily sick list, 1864 "picked up at Ft. Morgan, Ala." (1964-14)
GD 138 Certificate from Davenport Business College to Anna Price for $45, May 9, 1891
GD 109 Certification of service in Vermont and New Hampshire for John S. Reels, or John Sreels, April 1778 and Feb. 1780, dated Dec. 11, 1897
GD 140 Membership certificate in Harding Memorial Association to Mary J. Walsh, n.d
 
Folder 14
GD 422 -7 letters from Austin Corbin to Nathaniel Joy Hudson, others photocopied letter from him, refer to early Davenport family history
 
Folder 15
GD 418 - Recipe booklet from Iowa Illinois Gas & Electric Co., "It's worth eating" March, April, Nov., Dec., 1953, December 1957
 
Folder 16
HB 73 - Toxic Cleanup day in Scott County, 1989, including info on toxic wastes and substitutes
 
Folder 17
GD 416 Quad City Arts Booklet, 1988
GD 415 Program for 11th Annual Davenport Chamber of Commerce Beautification Award, Oct. 16, 1989 (2 pieces)
GD 414 1988 program for United Way Annual Campaign awards dinner (3 pieces) 
GD 413 Memorial service for Richard E. Phillips, Oct. 21, 1989 (2 pieces)
GD 412 "Is This Heaven/Iowa" bumper sticker made available by Iowa Bureau of Tourism and Visitors
 
Folder 18
The following were apparently used to broadcast the news over the radio.  See acc. 1989-16.
GD 409.1, GD 409.2 Teletype message of surrender of Japan, 1945, Potsdam Proclamation
GD 408, GD 408.1, GD 408.2, GD 408.3, GD 408.4, GD 408.5 Teletype messages from May 1945 related to Hitler's death, the end of the war in Europe and the surrender
GD 407 BBC and AP news release, June 6, 1944, American invasion of Europe
GD 406.1, GD 406.2 2 pages, AP news release, March 1944?, Crossing the Rhine
GD 405.1, GD 405.2 Army Radio Pool news release, Oct. 1944, MacArthur's invasion of the Philippines
GD 404 AP news release, Dec. 8, 1941, "Request for war declaration passed"
GD 403 AP news release, May 1944?, Stalin capturing Berlin 
GD 402 V-Mail from Jim Hagan to Dorothy Halweg, May 1, 1945 (missing)
GD 401 A and B
GD 400 A and B V-Mail letter from Carl Halweg to sister Dorothy Halweg, Feb. 14, 1945
 
Folder 19
GD 393 (4 pieces) Stationary from Petersen Harned Von Maur, c. 1976
 
Folder 20
GD 384 (29 pieces) Greeting cards from marriage of Mary Feeney, 1982
 
Folder 21
LD 613 2 land transaction forms, Davenport, c. 1856
 
Folder 22
GD 410 10 State of Missouri currency, 1862
 
Folder 23
MR 28 and 29 - 2 Penmanship books of Fannie Miller of Keasouger, IN. Oct. 31, 1858? and unknown
 
Folder 24
GD 419 (13 pieces) info about Braille work of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, used by Lillian Brun, 1955-78
 
Mast Col.
Folder 1 – GD 335 RECEIPTS (59 PIECES) receipt from Davenport Memorial Park for work done by Wm. Mast (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 2 – GD 337, GD 337.2, GD 337.3, GD 337.4, GD 337.5, GD 337.6, GD 337.7 - 7 items related to Valhalla Park Cemetery: 1) receipt, June 1960, 2) receipt October 27, 1958, 3) letter, August 25, 1960, 4) bulletin, 5) dividend announcement, August 23, 1928, 6) dividend announcement, March 5, 1929, 7) letter Nov. 30, 1928,Valhalla became Memorial Park Cemetery, Moline, history info (Mast Coll.)
 
Folders  3, 4, and 5 – GD 338 (73 DOCUMENTS THAT RELATE TO PIONEER PARK) 6 letters related to care of Pioneer Cemetery, 1930s from Bessie (Mrs. John F.) Murray to Mr. Wm. Mast, info about cemetery's history, not about burials; 1) letter Nov. 28, 1936, 2) plant list, 3) envelope, 1938, 4) letter, April 30, 1938, 5) letter, 6) newsclipping July 2, 1961 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 6 – GD 342 An Important Phase of Conservation, speech by Wm. Mast, April 1, 1939 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 7 – GD 334, items related to Davenport Memorial Park, c. 1930s: 1) letter c. 1931, 2) letter March 1931, 3 and 4) letters, July 15, 1933, 5) 2 pages re: choice of manager, July 26, 1933, 6) Aug. 25, 1933, 7) re: memorial Park creditors, Aug. 18, 1933, 8) Aug. 1, 1933, 9) Audit report, Sept. 10, 1933 (oversized), 10) Bulletin on Park Financial Status, March 6, 1934, 11) article re: chimes at Park, June 1934, 12) meeting notice, Feb. 5, 1935, 13) meeting notice, Feb. 27, 1936, 14) receipt of payment, June 25, 1937, 15) letter re: selling lots, March 15, 1939, 16) letter authorizing transfer, June 27, 1940, 17) brochure, 18) receipt, 1933, 19) sales instruction, 20) receipt, May 5, 1933, 21) sales of lots, May 1932, 22) resale, June 1932, 23) request for payment, August 1932, 24) request for payment, Aug. 8, 1932, 25) request for payment, Sept 12, 1932, 26) invitation to view park, Oct. 26, 1932, 27) landscape sketch, 28) landscape sketch (Items  16, 19, 20 not identified, but may be in the folder without a number)
LD 562, LD 600, LD 601, LD 561, LD 602, LD 603, LD 602
 
Folder 8 
GD 348 Funeral book for William Herbert Mast, July 23, 1958 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 9
GD 339 - 6 items dating from 1923-1959: 1)"How to plan the Home Grounds, c. 1929, 2) Brochure, Davenport Nursery beautifier, n.d., 3) Clipping sales house, 4) postcard of Christmas Trees, 5)brochure, c. 1923, 6) magazine with page about Mast Nursery (Mast Coll.)
GD 340 - "83rd American Association of Nurserymen" booklet, July 1958 (Mast Coll.)
GD 341 - "How to Beautify the Farm Home Grounds" manual, 1930 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 10
GD 332 Patterns for Children Clothes from Ladies Home Journal, Oct. 1910, (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 11
GD 345 Birds and Nature Magazine, Sept. 1904, Vol. 16 #2 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 12
GD 344 Wicker Furniture pamphlet, 1898 (Mast Coll.)
 
Folder 13
GD 347 Ledger of Wm. Mast including travel and insurance expenses, 1906-1913 (Mast Coll.)
 
 
Boy Scouting Material donated by Ray Norton
 
Folder 1
GD 398 Scouting Magazines: May/June 1981, Oct. 1982, May/June 1984 (Norton)
GD 309 Philmont 1984 Adventure Guide
Folder 2
GD 390 1981 Illowa Council Camp Leader's Guidebook (Norton)
GD 391 "Camp Guide for Scouters" 1980, includes info about BSA camps in Illinois (Norton)
Folder3
GD 397 Boy Scout info from Illowa Council:  activity brochures, insurance plan (Norton)
Folder 4
GD 396 Boy Scout Supply catalogs: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 (Norton)
Folder 5
GD 382 Soil and Water Conservation for Scouts
GD 383 "Boy Scout Program Helps," 1979-80 (Norton) 
2 factory forms from Quinn Printery (No Number)
 
 
Cross Reference of Subject Headings
 
Arts--Centers & Galleries (GD416)
Business & Industry—Advertisements (GD 251, 307)
Business & Industry--Banking (GD 411, 410)
Business & Industry—Brewing & Bottling (GD 190)
Business & Industry--Department Stores (GD 393)
Business & Industry--Electricity (GD 418)
Business & Industry—Employees (GD 305, 306)
Business & Industry—Foundry (GD 310)
Business & Industry—Insurance (GD 308, 309)
Business & Industry—Misc. (GD 17, 18)
Business & Industry--Nurseries (GD 332, 334, 335, 337-42, 344-8)
Business & Industry--Real Estate & Surveying (LD 613)
Cemeteries & Headstones--Identified (GD 334, 335, 337, 338)
Cemeteries—Identified (GD 70)
Churches & Religion—Episcopal—Clergy & Congregations (GD 142, 143, 180)
Churches & Religion—Lutheran—Clergy & Congregations (GD 20)
Churches & Religion--Lutheran--Misc. (GD 419
Churches & Religion—Methodist—Clergy & Congregations (GD 191, 202, 203)
Churches & Religion—Misc. (GD 155-179)
Churches & Religion—Presbyterian—Clergy & Congregations (GD 184)
Cities—Davenport—Government (GD 223)
Cities—LeClaire (GD 145)
Communication--Radio (GD 403-409, 346)
Counties--Scott--Misc. (GD417/HB 73)
Documents & Letters (GD 422, 400-402)
Entertainment--Motion Pictures (GD 412)
Entertainment--Theatres (GD 395)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Germans (GD 187, 209, 212A, 325)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Swedes (GD 199)
Farms & Farming—Organizations—Misc. (GD 6, 9, 24)
Fire & Fire Departments—Equipment & Firemen—Misc. (GD 7, 123)
Fire & Fire Departments—Equipment & Firemen—No. 1 (GD 121, 122, 124)
Fire & Fire Departments—Equipment & Firemen—No. 3 (GD 122)
Historic Site & Museums—Putnam Museum (GD 188, 193, 194, 204)
Holidays & Celebrations—Misc. (GD 118)
Houses & Households--Domestic Chores (GD 418
Houses & Households--Furnishings (GD 344)
Houses & Households--Gardens (GD341, 339)
Medicine—Chiropractic (GD 197)
Medicine—Doctors (GD 47, 48, 131)
Military & War—Civil War—Individuals (GD 38, 81-108, 135, 153, 154)
Military & War--Civil War--Misc. (GD 411, 410)
Military & War—Misc. (GD 135, 136, 137, 186)
Military & War--Misc. (GD 311)
Military & War—National Guard (GD 44)
Military & War—Revolutionary (GD 109)
Military & War—World War II—Misc. (GD 34, 35, 36, 110-113, 117, 134, 152)
Military & War--World War II--Misc. (GD 403-409, 400-402)
Military & War—World War I—Individuals (GD 40, 41, 42, 43, 196)
Military & War—World War I—Misc. (GD 27, 214)
National—Presidents—Harding (GD 140, 141)
Nature--Birds (GD 345)
Organizations & Clubs—Agassiz Association (GD 10, 23)
Organizations & Clubs—Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts (GD 31)
Organizations & Clubs--Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts (GD 383, 390-91, 396-398)
Organizations & Clubs--Chamber of Commerce (GD 415)
Organizations & Clubs—DAR (GD 215)
Organizations & Clubs—GAR (GD 75)
Organizations & Clubs—Knights of Pythias (GD 116, 324)
Organizations & Clubs—Masons (GD 114, 144, 148, 150, 151)
Organizations & Clubs--Misc. (GD 414,  412))
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (GD 5, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 45, 131, 140, 149, 210, 318)
Organizations & Clubs—Odd Fellows (GD 212B, 213)
Organizations & Clubs—Red Cross (GD 32, 132, 133)
Organizations & Clubs—Turners (GD 29, 139)
Organizations & Clubs--Turners (GD 420)
Roads & Highways—Highways (GD 145)
Schools & Education—Academies—St. Katherine’s (GD 59)
Schools & Education—College—Misc. (GD 1-4, 61, 138)
Schools & Education—Elementary—Fillmore (GD 8)
Schools & Education—Elementary—Misc. (GD 200)
Schools & Education—Elementary—Misc. (GD 201B, 208)
Schools & Education—Misc. (GD 199)
Schools & Education—Secondary—Central (GD 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 67, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 207)
Schools & Education—Secondary—Misc. (GD 58)
Schools & Education—Teachers (GD 200)
Social Life & Customs—Birth (GD 202, 325)
Social Life & Customs--Clothing (GD 332)
Social Life & Customs--Disabled Persons (GD 419)
Social Life & Customs--Family Activities  (GD 209)
Social Life & Customs—Funerals (201A)
Social Life & Customs--Funerals (GD 413, 348)
Social Life & Customs—Misc. (GD 212A)
Social Life & Customs--Weddings (GD 384)
Social Life & Customs—Weddings (GD 49, 50, 51, 79, 146, 147, 192, 195, 198)
Social Protest—Misc. (GD 321)
Social Protest—Slavery (GD 80)
Social Services--Misc. (GD 414)
Sports—Baseball (GD 326)
Sports—Basketball (GD 320)
Sports—Cycling (GD 318, 319)
Sports—Misc. (GD 322, 323)
Transportation—Automobiles (GD 251)
 
People
 
Adamson, John (GD 83)
Ainsworth, Mrs. Harry (GD 306)
Anderson, William H. (GD 84)
Baker, Brooks  (GD 169)
Batchelder, Marietta M. (Mrs. Frank B. Ogden) (GD 192)
Beard, Charles P. (GD 85)
Behnken, Maria (GD 212A)
Biester, Emie (Mrs. Albert Carstens) (GD 198)
Bode, Henry (GD 87)
Boehmler, William (GD 86)
Brun, Lillian (GD 419
Cabill, Samuel (GD 411)
Caldwell, William (GD 88)
Cantwell, Dr. John Dalzell (GD 40, 41, 214)
Carey, Lorenzo D. (GD 89)
Carstens, Albert  (GD 198)
Carstens, Emie Biester  (GD 198)
Cawley, Lee (GD 318, 319)
Clapp, Charles S. (GD 307)
Clinton, Charles W. (GD 170)
Cook, James  (GD 153)
Cooper, Robert M. (GD 90)
Corbin, Austin (GD 422)
Cosby, John  (GD 175)
Cracroft, J. S. (GD 173)
Creamer, Leonidas B. (GD 91)
Dennis, A. D. (GD 135)
Dobyus, Robert  (GD 179)
Dodd, Ivah (GD 15)
Dodd, Myrtie (GD 14)
Doolittle, Charles (GD 92)
Eagan, Francis Dillon (GD 162)
Ehrig, Fritz W. (GD 148)
Ells, George W. (GD 137)
Engelbach, Hermine Lucy (GD 201B, 202, 203, 204)
Falk, Auguste (GD 325)
Falk, Minna Louise (GD 325)
Falk, Wilhelm (GD 325)
Feeney, Mary (GD 382)
Fleishman, Alfred  (GD 125)
Ford, Joseph M. (GD 93)
Fuller, Ivan (GD 58)
Gallagher, Mason (GD 178)
Gander, I W. (GD 171)
Garstang, Emma Thode (GD 195)
Garstang, Henry  (GD 195)
Garstang, Ray  (GD 196, 197)
Gaud?, Louis (GD 79)
Gossett, William B. (GD 108)
Graham, Clifford (GD 191)
Green, William M. (GD 95)
Hagan, Jim (GD 402)
Hagberg, Frans August  (GD 199)
Halweg, Carl (GD 400)
Halweg, Dorothy (GD 400-402)
Hamann, Albert W. (201A)
Hanks, Henry (GD 96)
Hansen, Julius H. (GD 124)
Harrison, C. E. (GD 213)
Hass, Detlef (GD 209)
Hass, Mrs. Detlef (GD 209)
Hatch, Sarah Jones (GD 215)
Henelly William (GD 186)
Hermann, Samuel  (GD 176)
Hild, Ignaz  (GD 123)
Hirsch, Sol (GD 305)
Holden, Richard  (GD 172)
Hudson, Nathaniel J or C (GD 422)
Hunt, Mrs. Fred Jr. (GD 34-36)
Isaacson, Lars (GD 97)
Iwaddell, Arthur (GD 94)
Jeffries, Peter H. (GD 157)
Johnson, Alma (GD 306)
Johnson, Hilda (GD 305)
Judd, J. Emerson  (GD 180)
Juergensen, Frances (GD 208)
Kane, Timothy F. (GD 98)
Keen, G. Bedell (GD 165)
Kirby, George H. (GD 118)
Knox, M. E. (Mrs. Elmer E. Meadley) (GD 50)
Korn, Henry (GD 122)
Kroeger, Henry (GD 99)
Kronenberg, Christiana Rock  (GD 146)
Kronenberg, Heinrick  (GD 146)
Lagerstrom, Jonas Gotthold (GD 20)
Leadenham, John W. (GD 167)
Linde, Anna (Mrs. William Untiedt) (GD 147)
Linskea, John Belford (GD 160)
Little, Mrs. Mary A. (GD 13)
Loise, Felicite’ (GD 79)
Long, A. (GD 24)
Malthy, B. K. (GD 174)
Mason, Maggie B. (GD 184)
Mast, William Herbert (GD 332, 334, 335, 337-42, 344-8)
Maves, Christian (GD 51)
Maves, Ida Schroeder (GD 51)
McCluskey, Harl V. (GD 150)
McClusky, Harl V. (GD 144)
McDonald, James (GD 212B)
Meadley, Elmer E. (GD 50)
Meadley, M. E. Knox (GD 50)
Meili, John H. (GD 177)
Messer, Stephen (GD 100)
Meyerhoff, Robert (GD 101)
Miller, Fannie (MR 28)
Miller, Mrs. M. A. (GD 9)
Mines, John F. (GD 164)
Mitchell, Daniel  (GD 154)
Mittelbuscher, Anna (GD 12)
Morgan, Frank P. (GD 45)
Morris, Mace (GD 102)
Mueller, Carl (GD 27, 42, 43, 67)
Murray, Bessie (Mrs. John F.) (GD 338)
Neff, Peter  (GD 172)
Nelson, John I. (GD 103
Norton, Ray (GD 383, 390-91, 396-398)
Nutting, J. R. (GD 17)
O’Mara, Thomas F. (GD 44)
Ogden, Frank B. (GD 192)
Ogden, Marietta M. Batchelder  (GD 192)
Orr, George W. (GD 38)
Papenbrock, Lena (Mrs. Fred Voss) (GD 49)
Pegelon, William (GD 324)
Phillips, Richard E. (GD 413)
Phillips, William  (GD 156)
Plath, Frances Edna (GD 207)
Pohlmann, William [Willie] (GD 1-4, 57)
Pratt, George B. (GD 142, 143)
Price, Anna (GD 138)
Price, Annie T. (GD 56)
Quigley, Arthur  (GD 104)
Reels, John S. (GD 109)
Rendleman, Mrs. W. H. (GD 132, 133)
Rendleman, William Harris (GD 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 131, 152)
Richardson, D. N. (GD 70)
Robbie, Wilbur (GD 31)
Robinson, Henry (GD 82)
Rochow, Alfons M. (GD 149)
Rock, Christiana (Mrs. Heinrick Kronenberg) (GD 146)
Roff, Miss (GD 5)
Sanders, Alfred (GD 61)
Sanders, E. B. (GD 16)
Sayles, Ezekiel H. (GD 155)
Schmidt, Ignatius  (GD 121)
Schroeder, Ida (Mrs. Christian Maves) (GD 51)
Shorey, Wilson (GD 311)
Shuler, Anna Mary (GD 59)
 
Shuler, Charles (GD 32)
Silberstein, Emil  (GD 114, 116, 151)
Silberstein, Esther V. (GD 127, 129)
Silbertstein, Jacob M. (GD 126)
Solbrig, Alfred (GD 8)
Sreels?, John  (GD 109)
Sreghardnen, John (GD 7)
Steel?, Abner C. (GD 81)
Strohbehn, Dr. E. F. (GD 47, 48, 1963-61)
Strohbehn, Vallie  (GD 139)
Thode, Emma (Mrs. Henry Garstang) (GD 195)
Thrall, George E (GD 178)
Tucker, Charles J. (GD 163)
Tucker, John A. (GD 105)
Untiedt, Anna Linde  (GD 147)
Untiedt, William  (GD 147)
Van Antwerp, Aaron ? R. (GD 158)
Vollbehr, Dr. Otto H. F. (GD 187)
Volrath, George E. (GD 134)
Voss, A. L. (GD 54)
Voss, F. P. (GD 29, 49)
Voss, Herman (GD 53)
Voss, Lena Papenbrock (GD 49)
Voss, Willie (GD 55)
Walker, William E. (GD 159)
Walsh, Mary J. (GD 140)
Walsh, Mrs. J. W. (GD 141)
Wetherby, I. A. (GD 11)
Whitaker, George H  (GD 128)
Whittlesey, Walter E. (GD 6, 194)
Williams, James  (GD 106)
Wilson, Peter Quick  (GD 166)
Woods, Henry W. (GD 168)
Wright, Henry  (GD 155)
Yates, Thomas J. B. (GD 107)
Yeater, A. T. (GD 161)
 
 
 
 

INVENTORY

HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
 
Foreign Documents
Acc# 1925-34 Von Hindenburg, Paul - President of Germany 
Acc#1907-70 Arnold, Edwin – English Poet and Journalist
W. C. Putnam Bonaparte, Roland
1907-70 Tolstaya, Sophia – Wife of Leo Tolstoy
Copies of French Letters (Bonapartes, Marshals, Government & ` Military)
 
Presidential Documents
Adams, John - 2nd US President
John Quincy Adams – 6th US President
Buchanan
Eisenhower, Dwight D. – 34th US President
Garfield, James - 20th US President
Grant, Ulysses - 18th US President
Harrison, William Henry – 9th US President
Rutherford B. Hayes – 19th US President
Hoover, Herbert - 31st US President
Jackson, Andrew – 7th US President
Lincoln, Abraham – 16th US President
McKinley, William 25th US President
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano – 32nd US President
Roosevelt, Theodore – 26th US President
Taft, William Howard – 27th US President
Washington 
Wilson, Woodrow - 28th US President
Labels of Photographs of Warren G. Harding & Calvin Coolidge
Autographs, 6th Ed. 1856
Haden, Francis Seymour – English Surgeon and Etcher
Cleveland, Grover 22nd & 24th US President 
 
 

INVENTORY

Hotel Ledgers    (2 items)
 
Burtis House Ledger
LIB—ARCH—R3—Cab1C
 
Dates: April 3, 1872 – Aug 21, 1872
Description: Register of hotel guests and printed local advertising
 
Subject Cross Reference
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant, Tavern – Hotel
 
 
Ledger for St. James Hotel
LIB—ARCH—R3—Cab1C
 
Date: 1888
Description: Ledger containing names of guests, dates, and room numbers. Contains printed advertising of mostly local businesses. Accession no. 1989-14.
 
Subject Cross Reference
Hotel, Motel, Restaurant, Tavern – Hotel
 
 

INVENTORY

Legal Documents (LD) Box Inventory
 
LD 400 County tax receipt for Conrad Gamber or Gamball, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 3, 1888 (1968-46)
LD 401 City tax receipt # 3461 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Nov. 23, 1889 (1968-46)
LD 402 County Tax receipt #3254 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, May 31, 1889 (1968-46)
LD 403 City Tax Receipt #3139 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Oct. 13, 1890 (1968-46)
LD 404 County Tax Receipt #1073 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 1, 1890 (1968-46)
LD 405 County Tax Receipt #1541 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 11, 1891 (1968-46)
LD 406 County Tax Receipt #1671 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Sept. 36, 1891 (1968-46)
LD 407 County Tax Receipt #1664 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 12, 1892 (1968-46)
LD 408 City Tax Receipt #1793 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Sept. 24, 1892 (1968-46)
LD 409 County Tax Receipt #3184 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 31, 1893 (1968-46)
LD 410 City Tax Receipt #2600 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Sept. 30, 1893 (1968-46)
LD 411 County Tax Receipt #1851 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 24, 1894 (1968-46)
LD 412 City Tax Receipt #3219 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Oct. 6, 1894 (1968-46)
LD 413 City Tax Receipt #1992 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Sept. 28, 1895 (1968-46)
LD 414 City Tax Receipt #4283 for Konrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Dec. 8, 1894 (1968-46)
LD 415 County Tax Receipt #2410 for Conrad Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, March 28, 1860 (1968-46)
LD 416 City Tax Receipt #10780 for Hans Lange and K. Gamber, Lot 15, Block 3, Sturtevants map, Dec. 11, 1897 (1968-46)
LD 417 Weyerhauser & Denkmann permit for retail business in Coal Valley, IL, May 1, 1866
LD 418 Army discharge paper for Daniel Mitchell, April 25, 1864 (1963-49)
LD 419 US Army discharge paper for George Bell, April 20, 1874 (This is a replacement for lost or destroyed papers) (1964-14)
LD 420 Lease between US Dept. of Agriculture, Weather Bureau and the Masonic Temple Association of Davenport for 2 rooms on 3rd floor of Masonic building at 3rd and Main for 1 year, July 1, 1895
LD 421 Trade mark patented by Harrison & Holman for "Persian Sherbert Soda Water", June 27, 1874
LD 422 Hunting License for H. A. Conkle, Iowa, Sept. 23, 1916
LD 423 4 blank copies of promissory note to the interest of T. V. Blakemore, Jr., 1850s
LD 424 Appointment of Thomas M. Foote as charge-d' Affairs to New Granada (now Panama, Columbia, Venezuela & Educador) signed by Zachary Taylor, July 20, 1849
LD 425 Land Grant #1521 to James Brownlee, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4, sec. 35, T 80 N, R 3 E (40 A) Winfield Township, Nov. 10, 1841, Recorded U.S. Vol. 3, pages 301; Recorded Book 49, Lands, page 238 (1966-59)
LD 427 Land grant #540 to Gilbert C. R. Mitchell, Lots 1 & 2 of frac. Sec. 25, T 78 N, R 3 E (170 83/100 A), Davenport Township, Nov. 10, 1840, Recorded U.S. Vol. 1, page 492 (1967-44)
LD 428 Land grant #6864 to Samuel Lyter, SW 1/4 of NE 1/4, sec. 25, T 78 N, R 2 E (40 A) Blue Grass Township, March 1, 1848, recorded U.S. Vol. 14, page 240, recorded Book H of Deeds, page 18 (1924-15)
LD 429 Land Grant #3490 to John Pollock, SE 1/4 of SE 1/4, sec. 22, T 80 N, R 3 E (40 A) Winfield Township, Jan. 1, 184g, Recorded U.S. Vol. 7, page 373; Recorded Book 51, Land Deeds, page 485 (1966-59)
LD 430 Appointment of A. T. Mast as postmaster at Davenport, June 25, 1856
LD 432 Copy of land grant #3934 to John Pollock NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, sec. 22, T 80 N, R 3 E (40 A) Winfield Township, March 10, 1852, copy dated July 12, 1890, recorded U. S. Vol. 7, page 426, recorded Book 51, Land Deeds, page 493 (1966-59)
LD 433 Copy of Military land grant #973 for Jesse S (or A) Miles, NE 1/3, sec. 24, T 80 N. R2E (160 A) Feb. 10, 1852, Allens Grove Township, copy dated May 16, 1873, recorded U. S. Vol. 14, page 399 (1966-59)
LD 434 Military land grant #60935 for Jonathan Winslow, Jr., assigned to James Brownlie, W 1/2, NE 1/4 and W 1/2, SE 1/4, sec. 35, T 80 N, R 3 E (160A), Winfield Township, Sept. 1, 1851, recorded U. S. Vol. 116, page 66, recorded Book 49, Deeds, page 239 (1966-59)
LD Agreement between William Carroll & John T. Carroll and Ira Brown & Wife, for $500 to assume property and liability for lot on north-east corner of Perry and Locust (re: estate of John Carroll, father of Peter, deceased), August 22, 1850, 3 items including map
LD 442 Copy of report of shortage by Ariel K. Eaton, receiver of public monies at Osage, Iowa, Jan. 11, 1862 (1907-70)
LD 443 Copy of report of shortage of funds of John S. Evans, receiver of public monies at Forest City, Minn, May 31, 1861 (1907-70)
LD 444 Election certification of Edward Harwood and Cole Digger from Warwick County, April 1781
LD 445 Notice of sale of property of minor Schachter children of Lot 37, section 2, T 18 N, R 1 E, Rock Island County, IL, April 21, 1876 (1965-122)
LD 447 Military Land Grant #20990 to James Lezenby, SE 1/4 of SE 1/4, sec. 19 (80 A), SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, sec. 20, T 82 N, R 12 W, August 1, 1854 (Benton County, Iowa) recorded U. S. Vol. 217, page 418, book 63, Land Deeds, page 586
LD 449 Ralph Cram's appointment to Iowa Commission of Aeronautics, March 15, 1934 (1955-18)
LD 450 Ralph Cram's appointment to Iowa Commission of Aeronautics, July 23, 1936 (1955-18)
LD 455 City tax receipt for William Darlington, Block 14, McIntosh 3rd Addition, W 1/2 lot 5, block 3, Green's addition, Dec. 12, 1862 (1907-70)
LD 456 County tax receipt #4702 of W. H. Pratt for Lot 5, Block 5, Town of Buffalo, Nov. 10, 1882
LD 457 Deed of Conveyance, part of deed of Chicago, Dubuque and Minnesota Railroad Co., signed, sealed and notarized, June 1, 1871 (1907-70)
LD 458 Deed of Sale, Eliza Bunning and Oakdale Cemetery, SW 1/4 lot 131, section 9, for $15, August 29, 1885, signed by C. E. Putnam and Israel Hall (1967-164)
LD 459 Patent assignment, blank form, North Star Washing Machine, n.d., (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 460 Insurance policy of Atlantic Fire & Marine Insurance Company of Providence, R. I. Covering shipment of goods from Boston to Rockford, IL, April 1854 (Wetherby Coll.1915-22)
LD 461 Copyright to William K. Leach for "Position of the Democratic Party in 1852" a print or engraving, August 5, 1852 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 462 Confiscation of property of Joseph Williams, Worcester, Mass., Oct. 10, 1787 for non-delivery of contract, handwritten (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 463 Patent assignment for a farm gate of George Baker to Charles Townsend and then to Isaac Wetherby, June 2, 1859 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 464 Patent assignment for improvement of a broom assigned from Charles A. Fenn to Isaac A. Wetherby, Moors Patent Broom, June 22, 1855 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 465 Contract between Charles A. Fenn and Isaac A. Wetherby, setting out terms of use of Patent assignment, see LD 464, June 5, 1855 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 467 Blank form for sale of real estate for unpaid taxes, Johnson County, Iowa, 1857 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 468 Quit Claim Deed between Hisey and Isaac A. Wetherby for W 1/2 of NE 1/4, section 32, T 82 N, R 14 W, Johnson County, for $211.36, July 1861 (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 469 Black form for patent assignment of patent on farm gate, n.d. (Wetherby Coll. 1915-22)
LD 470 Oath for Naturalization for citizenship of Theobald Schachter, Sept. 20, 1859 (1965-122)
LD 471 Tax receipt of David Shuler, Hampton, Rock Island County for Lot 5, Block 3, Rapids City, Dec. 28, 1858 (1965-122)
LD 472 Tax receipt of David Shuler, Hampton Township, IL, for Lot 4, Block 2, Pruders Addition, Feb. 11, 1861 (1965-122)
LD 473 Tax receipt of David Shuler, Hampton Township, IL, for Lot 4, Block 2, Pruders Addition, Rapids City, Feb. 15, 1862 (1965-122)
LD 474 Tax receipt of David Schachter, Hampton Township, IL, Dec. 25, 1863 (1965-122)
LD 475 Tax receipt of David Schachter, Hampton Township, IL, Lot 4, Sec. 2, Twp. 18, RI, Jan. 18, 1863 (1965-122)
LD 476 Tax receipt of David Schachter, Hampton Township, IL, Lot 37, Sec. 2, Twp. 18, RI, Jan. 18, 1863 (1965-122)
LD 477 Tax receipt of David Schachter, Hampton Township, IL, Lot 1, Block 1,Rapids City, Feb. 11, 1865 (1965-122)
LD 478 Tax receipt of Heirs of David Schachter, Hampton Township, IL, Jan. 27, 1868 (1965-122)
LD 479 Tax receipt of Mary Schachter, Hampton, Rock Island County, IL., Jan. 4, 1869 (1965-122)
LD 480 Tax receipt of Mary Schachter, Hampton, Rock Island County, IL., Jan. 22, 1870 (1965-122)
LD 481 Tax receipt of Mary Schachter, Hampton, Rock Island County, IL., Feb. 9, 1877 (1965-122)
LD 482 Tax receipt of Mary Schachter, Rapid City, Rock Island County, IL., March 11, 1880 (1965-122)
LD 483 Tax receipt of Mary Schachter, Rapids City, Rock Island County, IL., Jan. 28, 1896 (1965-122)
LD 486 Garnishee, H. M. Gilchrist vs George Murrison, Steamboat Hiram, price held for dept of $432.86, Nov. 5, 1879 (1919-10)
LD 487 Honorable discharge papers of Leonard R. McCulloch, discharged Jan. 31, 1864 to enlist in Veteran Volunteers (1975-70)
LD 488 Honorable Discharge papers of Leonard R. McCulloch, July 8, 1865 at Mobile (1975-70)
LD 489 Maria McCulloch appointed administrator of John G. McCulloch estate, signed by James Thorington, July 2, 1869 
LD 490 U. S. Navy Discharge papers for Raymond A. Garstang, Nov. 1, 1909 (duplicate)
LD 491 U. S. Army discharge papers of Raymond A. Garstang, Oct. 18, 1917
LD 492 Delayed birth certificate of Raymond A. Garstang, b. 9/27/1889, certificate issued May 19, 1942
LD 493 Real estate contract for sale of Lot 4, Block 4 in Carroll, Iowa by Blair Town Lot & Land Co., to D. J. LeDue, December 2, 1871, assignment of right to J. F. Tuttle, Carroll, Iowa, April 21, 1872 (Grant collection)
LD 494 Subpoena for Dr. John Knox to appear at court in case of Carrie Carber vs George Carber, Est., October 8, 1914, Scott County
LD 495 William B. Reep releases David Schuler [sic?] from any legal actions for any reason, Nov. 26, 1859, Rock Island County, Zuma Township, Rapids City (1965-122)
LD 496 Agreement to sell Lot 4, Bock 2 in Prudens Addition to the Town of Rapids City, IL, March 20, 1858, Lewis S. Pruden to David Shuler (1965-122)
LD 497 Agreement between S. Shurtleff and David Shuler that Shuler loans money to Shurtleff with property as collateral, August 9, 1864, Rapids City, IL (1965-122)
LD 498 Woodruff & Co. foreclosure on J. C. Miller asking that goods and chattels be sold.  J. Grant attorney for Woodruff & Co., August 19, 1863
LD 499 Bond of Richard Smetham as treasurer of Art Association of Davenport in the amount of $500.  Countersigned by Anna A. Smetham and Charles E. Putnam, April 15, 1878
LD 500 County tax receipt of Israel Hall for both city and county property, Scott County, total due $142.25, December 17, 1860
LD 501 Scott County tax receipt for Peter C. Petersen, Sr. for 620 E. 30th Street, Davenport, total $59.67, April 12, 1949
LD 502 Scott County tax receipt for Peter C. Petersen, Sr. for 620 E. 30th Street, Davenport, total $50.87, May 15, 1950
LD 503 City of Davenport tax receipt for Peter C. Petersen, Sr. for 620 E. 30th Street, Davenport, total $40.60, September 15, 1953
LD 504 City of Davenport tax receipt for Peter C. Petersen, Sr. for 620 E. 30th Street, Davenport, total $43.36, Sept. 14, 1957
LD 505 Notary public issued to Wanda A. Engelbach for 1924-27, signed by Ramsay and John Hammill
LD 506 Notary Public issued to Wanda A. Engelbach for 1957-60
LD 507 Stock Certificate for 100 shares in Consolidated Nevada-Utah Corporation.  Issued to William G. Noth, dated Aug. 11, 1913 (2 certificates)
LD 508 1 Share, #336, in Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd. of England, issued to Rhoda E. Jipp, dated Sept. 5, 1907
LD 509 1 Share, #9982, in Midland Utilities Company, Issued to Fannie M. Schirach, dated July 3, 1925
LD 510 1 Certificate for 40 shares (#627) and 1 for 6 shares (#628) in North American Timber Company issued to Wm. G. Noth on April 26, 1930
LD 511A Certificate for seven shares of stock in the Mississippi and Missouri Rail Road Company to SG & JG Stein, dated June 12, 1866 (James Grant Coll.)
LD 511B Indenture - John M. & Eliza Spencer and D. B. Sears, part of SW 1/4, Section 32, T18N,R1W, Rock Island County for $1000, March 1, 1843, handwritten, recorded Rock Island County, Book E, p 363 & 364
LD 512A Certificate for two shares of stock in the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Minnesota Railway Company issued to E. B. Lacy, dated June 29, 1871 (James Grant Coll.)
LD 512B Indenture, Michael Bartlett to David B. Sears, part of NE 1/4, Section 31, T 18 N, R 1 W Rock Island County for $1400, October 1, 1835, handwritten
LD 513A Certificate for 5 shares issued to Henry Avery in the Burlington Cedar Rapids & Minnesota Railway Co., dated May 29, 1869 (James Grant Coll.)
LD 513B Indenture of George W. Lynde and Lucretia Lynde to David B. Sears, E 1/2, SE 1/4, Section 31, T 18 N, R 1 W, 54 3/4 acres for $135, February 25, 1845, recorded Rock Island County, Book F, pages 389 & 390
LD 514 Indenture of Spencer N. White to David B. Sears of Town lots in Moline for $1700, March 25, 1844, undivided 1/4 interest in Block 1, Lots 1 & 3, Block 2, Lots 1 & 4, etc., recorded Rock Island County, Book F, page 12 & 13
LD 515 Indenture of Joel Wells, Jr. & Mary Wells and David B. Sears, SW 1/4, section 32, T 18 N, R 1 W, Rock Island County for $2700, May 27, 1837, recorded Rock Island County Book A, p. 389 & 390
LD 516 Receipt for payment of $1.25/acre for land purchased by John W. Spencer & Jonah H. Case from the receiver's office, Galena, Illinois, September 25, 1839, #8755 for $10.52 for 8 42/100 acres (see LD 511 for sale of this land to D. B. Sears)
LD 517 Receipt for payment of $1.25/acre for land purchased by David B. Sears.  From the receiver's office, Galena, IL, September 25, 1839, #8757 for $73.60 for 58-45/100 acres
LD 518 Contract canceling purchase agreement for Claiborne W. Nuckolls to buy property (undivided 3/4 interest in all real estate, water privileges, franchise at head of Rock Island Proper) from David B. Sears, November 6, 1857
LD 519 Tax deed for NW 1/4, section 12, T 78 N, R 2 W, Muscatine County, 100 acres, $108.67 taxes due, Brinton Darlington, treasurer to Martin Brownson and Thomas Hanna, October 3, 1863, recorded October 30, 1863, Book A, Tax Deeds, p. 322, includes map
LD 520 Warranty Deed of Thomas Hanna and Eliza Hanna to Lewis F. Creitz, NE 1/4, NW 1/4 & SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4, section 12, T 78 N, R 2 W, 100 acres for $1000, Muscatine County, September 22, 1865, recorded Book #2 of Lands, p 291 & 292
LD 521 Quit Claim Deed between Jeannette J. Williams and I. Wm. Williams by attorney John F. Duncombe and Thomas Hanna, NE 1/4, NW 1/4 & SW of NW 1/4 and S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4, section 12, T 78 N, R 2 W, 100 acres for $400, Muscatine County, November 3, 1865, recorded, Book #2 of Lands, p. 445 & 446
LD 522 Indenture of Lewis Creitz and Alwyn Creitz, western half of a certain tract of land situated in Calhoun County, Kansas Territory, SE1/4, Section 11, T 7, R 15 of the Delaware Trust Land, 80 acres, $150, March 24, 1858, recorded Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, Deed Vol. 22, p. 400
LD 523 Warranty Deed, Jubelee Bradley and Nancy Bradley to Lewis F. Creitz, NW 1/4, N2 /4, section T 7, R 16. 40 acres for $900, May 9, 1872, Jackson County, Kansas, recorded, Book J of Deeds, p. 455
LD 524 Indenture between City of Davenport and John C. Miller, plat #193 of City Cemetery for $5, September 16, 1865, recorded, Scott County Book Q, Town Lot Deeds, p. 85 (1980-56)
LD 525 Deed of sale between Nannie B. Jordan & James B. Jordan and George M. Parker, for NW 1/4, Sec. 6, T 26, Range 2, 1491/2 acres, Pierce Co., Nebraska for $300, recorded Book 1, Deeds, p. 619, Feb. 2, 1878
LD 526 Warranty deed between Frank Bruehl and Francis J. Parker & Ella N. Parker, part of W. 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 28, T 78 N, R 4 E., April 28, 1910, recorded Book 65, Land Deeds, p. 633
LD 528 Indenture between Ira & Elizabeth Brown and William W. Carmichael, part SE 1/4, Sec. 27, T 80 N, R 2 E, called Lot 14 as designated on plat of the survey of 1/4 section formerly owned by John Dunn for $250 and recorded in Record Book 3, p. 158-163, 14 3/4 acres, Dec. 14, 1853, recorded Book K of Deeds, p. 491
LD 529 Indenture of Caleb & Nancy H. Wheeler and William Doolan for Lot 11, Block 5, Green's Second addition, house and improvements, for $1950, Feb. 16, 1856, recorded Book 6, Town lots, p. 529
LD 530 Deed of sale between William & Margaretta W. Doolan and Jonathan Parker, Lots 11 & 12 Block 5, Green's 2nd Addition, with houses and improvements, $7500, September 2, 1857, Recorded Book E Town lots, p. 167
LD 531 Indenture of John F. & Anna P. Dillon and William Doolan on Lot 12, Block 5, Green's 2nd Addition for $1600, March 19, 1857, Recorded Book C., Town lots, p. 667
LD 532 Deed of sale between Hannah P. & James M. Dalzell and C. E. Kinkead for Lot 7, Block 44, LeClaire's 1st Addition, (see LD 533) for $4000, June 1, 1858, recorded Book H, Town lots, p. 458
LD 533 Deed of sale between C. E. Kindead [Kinkead?] and Jonathan Parker for Lot 7, Block 44, LeClaire's 1st Addition for $3150, Feb. 3, 1874, Recorded Book 33, Town lots, p. 356
LD 534 Indenture between Margaretta & William Doolan and Jonathan Parker, SW 1/4, SE 1/4, Sec. 25, T 81 N, R 32 W, Gutherie County, Iowa, for $500, August 6, 1861, recorded Book G, p. 478, Gutherie Co.
LD 535 Warranty Deed/Indenture between Margaretta & William Doolan and Jonathan Parker for  N 1/2 of N 1/4 and N 1/2 of NE 1/4, Sec. 35, T 79 N, R 1 W, Cedar Co., Iowa, for $500, Feb. 13, 1862, recorded Book R, Deeds, p. 406, Cedar County
LD 536 Lease between Geo. W. Parker Exr. and J. D. Campbell & E. F. Richman, a piece of ground on the south end of lot 6 in block 44 for a stable and carriage shed to be erected, from the 5th March 1880 for $1.25 per month (LeClaire's 1st addition)
LD 537 Last Will and Testament of Jonathan Parker, dated July 1871
LD 538 Probate order for will of Jonathan W. Parker (LD 537) dated July 7, 1875
LD 539 Passport? Issued to Henry Pahl, $6335, dated May 2, 1878
LD 540 Wm. J. Ranson, enlisted August 9, 1862, appointed captain on July 11, 1863 (1982-69)
LD 541 William J. Ranson appointed captain of Co. H, 126th Regiment, Illinois Volunteers on July 11, 1863 (1982-69)
LD 542 Deed of sale from Thomas Allen, Russell Estate Trustee, to J. Monroe Parker, Lots 1 & 2, Block 10, Allen's 2nd Addition to the City of Davenport, May 26, 1874
LD 543 Lease from John L. Swits & Co. to J. M. Parker Lots, 1,2 &3, Block 10, Garley's Subdivision of the Russell Estate, City of Davenport, October 6, 1868
LD 544 Deed of sale from Mary Mitchell to John Crawford, Lots 1,2,&3, Block 10, Gurley's subdivision of the Russell Estate, City of Davenport, March 28, 1866
LD 545 Lease from John Rittenhouse to Mary Mitchell, Lots 1,2,&3, Block 10, Gurley's subdivision of the Russell Estate, August 6, 1866
LD 546 Lease and assignments from John Rittenhouse to Caleb Wheeler, SE corner, Lot #1, North along Main Street 110 ft., west 79 ft., south to 12th St., east on 12th to beginning, Gurley's subdivision of the Russell Estate, City of Davenport, Feb. 10, 1859
LD 547 Land grant from United State to Levi Dole for service in War of 1812, SW fractional 1/4 of the NW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E., August 4, 1852,
LD 548 Land grant from United State to James Shillingford for service in War of 1812, NW fractional 1/4 of NW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E.  August 4, 1852
LD 549 Deed of sale from Sarah, & Prisilla Whittemore & Moses Whittemore to James Thorington, Lot 1, Block 46, Town of Davenport, Scott County, Iowa Territory, Dec. 30, 1845
LD 550 Indenture from James Thorington & Mary A. Thorington to James M. Parker, Lot 1, Block 46, Town of Davenport, Feb. 28, 1848
LD 551 Indenture from James Bonney to James M. Parker, 1/2 of the west 1/2, NE 1/4, sec. 13, T 78 N, R 3 E, Dec. 2, 1846
LD 552 Indenture from Moses Whittimore [sic] to James Thorington, Lot 1, Block 46, Town of Davenport, Scott County, Iowa Territory, Oct. 27, 1845
LD 553 Military land warrant #17023 for the NW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E. deed to J. M. Parker or James Shillingsford, March 1, 1852
LD 554 Deed of sale from James Shillingsford to James M. Parker, NW fractional 1/4 of NW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E, Nov. 25, 1852, handwritten
LD 555 Military land warrant #26276 for the SW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E, deed to Levi Dole, March 1, 1852
LD 556 Deed of sale from Levi Dole to James M. Parker for SW fractional 1/4 of NW 1/4, Section 30, T 79 N, R 3 E, November 25, 1862, handwritten
LD 557 Deed/indenture from James H. Bonney to James M. Parker for 1/2 of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4, Section 13, T 78 N, R 3 D, Dec. 2, 1846
LD 558 Indenture from Jonathan Parker and wife to James M. Parker, W 1/2, NE 1/4, Section 13, T 78 N, R 3 E, Nov. 6, 1848
LD 559 Indenture of Elizabeth Nichols to Jonathan Parker, W 1/2 of the NE 1/4, Section 13, T 78 N, R 3 E, W 1/2 of the SE 1/4, Section 12, T 78 N, R 3 E, Dec. 15, 1842
LD 560 Power of Attorney for Joseph Shepherd to Ebenezer Cook with notarization and attached to deed of sale, LD 561, Aug. 16, 1851
LD 561 Deed of sale from Joseph Shepherd to James M. Parker for 40 acres, NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Section 1, T 78 N, R 3 E, September 25, 1851
LD 562 Indenture from James Hall and wife to James V. B. Franks for $1000, part sec. 28, T 78 N, R 3 E, November 27, 1840, Recorded Book C of Deeds, p. 30 & 31 (1984-71 John Burrows)
LD 563 Indenture from Alexander McGregor & Sarah A. McGregor to James V. B. Franks for $40, part of NE 1/4, S 33, T 78 N, R 3 E, Sept. 16, 1839, recorded Book A of Deeds, p. 206, 207, handwritten (1984-71 John Burrows)
LD 564 Indenture from James V. B. Franks and wife Edith I to James McManus for $2000, part NE 1/4, S 33, T 78 N, R 3 E, dated April 4, 1844, recorded Book D of Deeds, p 23, 24, 25 (1984-71 John Burrows)
LD 565 Land patent, James Van Buskirk Franks and Alexander Wolcott McGregor, NE 1/4, S 33, T 78 N, R 3 E, 160 acres, May 22, 1844, Certificate #265, recorded Vol. 4, p 415 at the land office (1984-71 John Burrows)
LD 566 Sewer Easement by Park W. McManus for $1, fractional part of government lot 3, S 29, T 78 N, R 4 E in Riverside Addition to the City of Bettendorf, attensted [sic] Dec. 26, 1932 (1984-71 John Burrows)
LD 567 Stock Certificate #106 for 4 shares in Mount Pleasant Park Stock Co., issued to Mrs. T. T. Dow, August 18, 1884, transferred to the Mississippi Valley Spiritualists Association, August 30, 1894 (1984-105 William Buchholz)
LD 568 Xerox copy of pilot license for the Mississippi and tributary rivers issued to Alfred H. Lovett, May 31, 1949
LD 569 Certificate of Citizenship issued to Hans Johnson by State of Illinois, Henry County, April 20, 1863, formerly of Sweden
LD 570 Certificate of Citizenship issued to Johann Vop, formerly of Holstein, February 19, 1863
LD 571 Xerox copy of Military discharge of John T. Eyles of 1st Missouri Engineers, November 1, 1864
LD 572 U. S. Navy discharge of Robert Donahoe, 1st Class Fireman, April 30, 1855
LD 573 Certificate of Protection, "State of North Caroline/Protection, #139" states that James McDonald is an American Seaman and citizen, July 13, 1854
LD 581 Final certificate of Naturalization issued to George W. Pleasants of Rock Island, IL, May 6, 1872
LD 582 Army discharge papers of Dr. Fern W. Buooa.  Served as Army physician and surgeon July 31, 1943 to March 1, 1946 (1986-28? Eleanor Slack?)
LD 583 Deed to city cemetery lot #289, bought by A. Kuhl, 1862 (1986-2 Lester R. Schick)
LD 584 Promissory note from John Busch to Samuel Schank for $309.50, Sept. 10, 1876
LD 585 Promissory note from John Busch to Peter Goldschmidt for $1000, Jan. 1, 1877 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 586 Promissory note from Jacob Malchase to Peter Goldschmidt for $20, Dec. 8, 1873 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 587 Promissory note from Chr. Taerring to Peter Goldschmidt for $100, Nov. 9, 1875 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 588 Stock Certificate #234 for 200 shares of New England & Oregon Mining company, owned by Peter Goldschmidt, Oct. 9, 1880 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 589 Stock certificate #220 for one share of Davenport & St. Paul Railroad, owned by P. Goldschmidt, Dec. 12, 1870 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 590 Stock Certificate #2259 for one share of Davenport Fair & Exposition, owned by Elsie Goldschmidt, Aug. 28, 1891 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 591 Chattel Mortgage of John Busch to Samuel Schank for $309.50 for 23 milk cows, and 10 young cattle, Sept. 10, 1877 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 592 Deed of Trust, bond of Peter Goldschmidt to Davenport Mutual Savings Fund & Loan Assn. For $200, April 6, 1858 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 593 Satisfaction of Mortgage of Thomas Hardy, Executor of Daniel Voorhis Estate to Julius F. E. Marxsen & Dora Marxsen for Lot 8, Block 34, city of Davenport, Sept. 24, 1873 (1986-4 Mary Strohbehn)
LD 594 Special Warranty Deed transferring ownership of Turner property to the Turner Hall Holding Co., May 23, 1912, entered Book 83, Lot Deeds, p. 453, Scott County
LD 595 Bill of Sale from Richardson Bros. to Davenport Company, Jan. 14, 1881 (1989-5)
LD 596 Agreement between A. F. Richardson, D. N. Richardson and J. J. Richardson to form the Democrat Company, Jan. 14, 1881 (1989-5)
LD 597 Copyright registration certificate for "The Davenport Democrat and Leader", Oct. 16, 1905 (1989-5)
LD 598a-f Copyright registration materials: a) Oct. 16, 1905, postcard - notice of copyright; b) letter noting request of copyright; c) Oct. 16, 1905, receipt of legal fees; d) Oct. 16, 1905, telegraph noting copyright entry; e) instruction for filing for copyright; f) envelope (1989-5)
LD 599 Amendment to Article IV of Articles of Incorporation, Democrat Company, Dec. 27, 1890, signed by D. N. Richardson and J. J. Richardson (1989-5)
LD 604-605  Papers related to William H. Mast purchase of plot at Valhalla Cemetery, 1930
LD 609 Contract for cotton between Treasury agent Hansen A. Risley and Samuel Noble of Rome, Georgia, safe passage not on verso signed by Abraham Lincoln January 6, 1865.  Samuel G. Cabell designated as agent for Noble, March 1865
LD 610 Lease between Frederick Roll and George J. Sander of Quincy, IL, 1912,
Quit claim deed to M. S. Cabell, Adams County, IL, 1894
Quid Clam deed from Bernard Amtzen[?] to Milton S. Cabell, 1883
no # Ledge certificate of Samuel Cabell, Quincy, IL  1887
LD 611 Transfer of patent rights to Milton S. Cabell from Albert Blaunce, Quincy, IL, 1891
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
 
Aviation—Misc. (LD 449, 450)
Boats & Boating—Captains (LD 568)
Boats & Boating—Riverboats—Hiram (LD 486)
Business & Industry—Banking (LD 423, 442, 443, 497, 584-7, 592)
Business & Industry—Brewing & Bottling (LD 421)
Business & Industry—Insurance (LD 460)
Business & Industry—Lumber (LD 417, 510)
Business & Industry—Mining (LD 588)
Business & Industry—Misc. (LD 464, 465, 507)
Business & Industry—Printing (LD 461)
Business & Industry—Public Utilities (LD 509)
Business & Industry—Real Estate (LD 425-29, 432-34, 441, 445, 447, 457, 462, 467, 468, 493, 496, 497, 511B, 
512B, 513B, 514-536, 542-566, 593, 594)
Business & Industry—Washing Machines (LD 459)
Cemeteries & Headstones—Identified (LD 458, 583, 604-605)
Communication—Telegraph (LD 508)
Communication—Telephone (LD 508)
Entertainment & Amusement—Fairs—Mississippi Valley (LD 590)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Germans (LD 470, 570, 581)
Ethnic & Minority Groups—Swedish (LD 569)
Farms & Farming—Equipment & Machinery—Misc. (LD 463, 469)
Farms & Farming—Special Types—Dairy (LD 591)
Houses & Households—Urban—Exterior—Identified (LD 501-4)
Law & Law Enforcement—Misc. (LD 495, 498)
Military & War—Civil War—Individuals (LD 418, 419, 487, 488, 540, 541, 571)
Military & War—Misc. (LD 490, 572, 573)
Military & War—World War I—Individuals (LD 491)
Military & War—World War II—Individuals (LD 582)
Newspapers & Periodicals—Times-Democrat (LD 595-99)
Organizations & Clubs—Masons (LD 420)
Organizations & Clubs—Misc. (LD 499, 567)
Organizations & Clubs—Turners (LD 594)
Postal Service—Delivery & Sorting (LD 430)
Railroads—Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern (LD 512A, 513A)
Railroads—Misc. (LD 457, 511A, 589)
Social Life & Customs—Birth (LD 492)
Social Life & Customs—Funerals (LD 537, 538)
Social Life & Customs—Weddings (LD 494)
Sports—Hunting & Fishing (LD 422)
Cities—Davenport—Misc. (LD 401, 403, 408, 410, 412, 413, 414, 416, 455, 456, 503-4, 566
Counties—Misc. (LD 467)
Counties—Rock (LD 471-83, 511B, 512B)
Counties—Scott (LD 400, 402, 404, 405, 406, 407, 409, 411, 415, 500-2
National—Government (LD 424)
National—Presidents—Lincoln (LD609)
 
People
 
 
Allen, Thomas (LD 542)
Avery, Henry (LD 513A)
Baker, George (LD 463)
Bartlett, Michael (LD 512B)
Bell, George, (LD 419)
Blakemore, T. V. Jr. (LD 423)
Bonney, James (LD 551, 557)
Bradley, Jubelee (LD 523)
Bradley, Nancy (LD 523)
Brown, Elizabeth (Mrs. Ira) (LD 528)
Brown, Ira, Mr. & Mrs. (LD 441)
Brown, Ira (LD 528)
Brownlee, James (LD 425)
Brownlie, James (LD 434)
Brownson, Martin (LD 519)
Bruehl, Frank (LD 526)
Bunning, Eliza (LD 458)
Buooa, Dr. Fern W. (LD 582)
Busch, John (LD 584, 585, 591)
Cabell, Milton S. (LD 610, 611)
Cabell, Samuel (LD 609, 610)
Campbell, J. D. (LD 536)
Carber, Carrie (LD 494)
Carber, George (LD 494)
Carmichael, William W. (LD 528)
Carroll, John T. (LD 441)
Carroll, William (LD 441)
Case, Jonah H. (LD 516)
Conkle, H. A. (LD 422)
Cook, Ebenezer (LD 560)
Cram, Ralph (LD 449, 450)
Crawford, John (LD 544)
Creitz, Alwyn (LD 522)
Creitz, Lewis F. (LD 520, 522, 523)
Dalzell, Hannah P. (LD 532)
Dalzell, James M. (LD 532)
Darlington, Brinton (LD 519)
Darlington, William (LD 455)
Digger, Cole (LD 444)
Dillon, Anna P. (LD 531)
Dillon, John F. (LD 531)
Dole, Levi (LD 547, 555, 556)
Donahoe, Robert (LD 572)
Doolan Margaretta W. (LD 530, 534, 535)
Doolan, William (LD 529, 530, 531, 534, 535)
Dow, Mrs. T. T. (LD 567)
Duncombe, John F. (LD 521)
Dunn, John (LD 528)
Eaton, Ariel K. (LD 442)
Engelbach, Wanda A. (LD 505, 506)
Evans, John S. (LD 443)
Eyles, John T. (LD 571)
Fenn, Charles A. (LD 464, 465)
Foote, Thomas M. (LD 424)
Franks, Edith I. (Mrs. James V. B.) (LD 564)
Franks, James Van Buskirk (LD 562, 563, 564, 
565)
Gamber, Conrad or Konrad (LD 400-416)
Gamball, Conrad (LD 400)
Garstang, Raymond A. (LD 490, 491, 492)
Gilchrist, H. M. (LD 486)
Goldschmidt, Elsie (LD 590)
Goldschmidt, Peter (LD 585-9, 592)
Grant, J. (LD 498)
Hall, Israel (LD 458, 500)
Hall, James (LD 562)
Hammill, John (LD 505)
Hanna, Eliza (LD 520)
Hanna, Thomas (LD 519, 520, 521)
Hardy, Thomas (LD 593)
Harwood, Edward (LD 444)
Hisey (LD 468)
Jipp, Rhoda E. (LD 508)
Johnson, Hans (LD 569)
Jordan, James B. (LD 525)
Jordan, Nannie B. (LD 525)
Kinkead, C. E. (LD 532, 533)
Knox, Dr. John (LD 494)
Kuhl, A (LD 583)
Lacy, E. B. (LD 512A)
Lange, Hans (LD 416)
Leach, William K. (LD 461)
LeDue, D. J. (LD 493)
Lenzenby, James (LD 447)
Lovett, Alfred H. (LD 568)
Lynde, George W. (LD 513B)
Lynde, Lucretia (LD 513B)
Lyter, Samuel (LD328)
Malchase, Jacob (LD 586)
Marxsen, Dora (LD 593)
Marxsen, Julius F. E. (LD 593)
Mast, A. T. (LD 430)
Mast, William (LD 604-605)
McCulloch, John G. (LD 489)
McCulloch, Leonard R. (LD 487, 488)
McCulloch, Maria (LD 489)
McDonald, James (LD 573)
McGregor, Alexander Wolcott (LD 563, 565)
McGregor, Sarah A. (LD 563)
McManus, James (LD 564)
McManus, Park W. (LD 566)
Miles, Jesse S. or A. (LD 433)
Miller, J. C. (LD 498)
Miller, John C. (LD 524)
Mitchell, Daniel (LD 418)
Mitchell, Gilbert C. R. (LD 427)
Mitchell, Mary (LD 544, 545)
Murrison, George (LD 486)
Nichols, Elizabeth (LD 559)
Noth, William G. (LD 507, 510)
Nuckolls, Claiborne W. (LD 518)
Pahl, Henry (LD 539)
Parker, Ella N. (LD 526)
Parker, Francis J. (LD 526)
Parker, George M. (LD 525, 536)
Parker, J. M. (LD 543, 553)
Parker, J. Monroe (LD 542)
Parker, James M. (LD 550, 551, 554, 556, 557, 
558, 561)
Parker, Jonathan (LD 530, 533, 534, 535, 537, 538, 558, 559)
Petersen, Pete C., Sr. (LD 501-4)
Pleasants, George W. (LD 581)
Pollock, John (LD 429, 432)
Pratt, W. H. (LD 456)
Pruden, Lewis S. (LD 496)
Putnam, C. E. (LD 458, 499)
Ramsay (LD 505)
Ranson, William J. (LD 540, 541)
Reep, William B. (LD 495)
Richardson, A. F. (LD 595-9)
Richardson, D. N. (LD 595-9)
Richardson, J. J. (LD 595-9)
Richman, E. F. (LD 536)
Rittenhouse, John (LD 545, 546)
Schachter Children (LD 445)
Schachter, David (LD 474-8)
Schachter, Mary (LD 479-83)
Schachter, Theobald (LD 470)
Schank, Samuel (LD 584, 591)
Schirach, Fannie M. (LD 509)
Sears, D. B. (LD 511B, 512B, 513B, 514, 515, 
517, 518)
Shepherd, Joseph (LD 560, 561)
Shillingford, James (LD 548, 553, 554)
Shuler, David (LD 471-3, 495, 496, 497)
Shurtleff, S. (LD 497)
Smetham, Anna A. (LD199)
Smetham, Richard (LD 499)
Spencer, Eliza (LD 511B)
Spencer, John M. (LD 511B, 516)
Stein, J. G. (LD 511A)
Stein, S. G. (LD 511A)
Swits, John L. (LD 543)
Taerring, Chr. (LD 587)
Thorington, James (LD 489, 549, 550, 552)
Thorington, Mary A. (LD 550)
Townsend, Charles (LD 463)
Tuttle, J. F. (LD 493)
Voorhis, Daniel (LD 593)
Vop, Johann (LD 570)
Wells, Joel, Jr. (LD 515)
Wells, Mary (LD 515)
Wetherby, Isaac A. (LD 463, 464, 465, 468)
Wheeler, Caleb (LD 529, 546)
Wheeler, Nancy H. (LD 529)
White, Spencer N. (LD 514)
Whittemore, Moses (LD 549, 552)
Whittemore, Prisilla (LD 549)
Whittemore, Sarah (LD 549)
Williams, I. Wm. (LD 521)
Williams, Jeannette J. (LD 521)
Williams, Joseph (LD 462)
Winslow, Jonathan, Jr. (LD 434)
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Ledgers 1960-15
Date: 1853-1960
Description: Box containing variety of ledgers including 
1) DAR (Daughters of the Revolution) of Scott County records, compiled by John A. Schmidt, internments by cemetery, CA. 1930, 7.5 x 12.25”; 
2) Day book account of an early movie theater, 1907-08 – Stalker & Lytle 215 H. Ave. West, 6 x 12”; 
3) Book of newspaper clippings dated 1882? A gift of Miss Susan H. Ballou, Daughter of George W. Ballou, editor of Davenport Gazette, July 1917, 9 x 11”; 
4) Book of names listed alphabetically, early but no date, 4 x 12.75”; 
5) Book, no covers, 1853-1872, of bills and receipts, list of value of coins, list of letters sent and received, may be associated with Bollinger family, 8 x 12”; 
6) Ledger of bills and receipts, 1854-1856, 6.5 x 8”; 
7)Ledger containing dues paid 1930-1960, some list death dates, 10 x 18”, Acc. No. 1969-17; 
[No. 8 omitted or skipped in printed inventory] 
9) Scrapbook containing “Writings of D. N. Richardson, editor of Davenport Democrat, “Gift of Grant Nutting, 1912,” Newspaper clippings, 11 x14”; 
10) Ledger dated March 11, 1889 – July 1908, Written in German 8.5 x 14.25”, Acc. No. 1960-15; 
11) GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) general roster and record of Scott County compiled by John A. Schmidt, also includes War of 1812, Black Hawk, Mexican-American, and Spanish-American War sections. Lists name, rank, company, regiment, admitted to post, location of post, date of death, cemetery, section and lot. 7.5 x 12.25”; 
12) Journal of minutes written in German, 1856-1872, 7.5 x 12.25”
 
Acc. No. 1960-15, LIB—ARCH—R9—S4D
Subject Cross Reference
Entertainment & Amusement – Theater
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Germans
Newspapers & Periodicals – Times-Democrat
Organizations & Clubs – DAR 
Organizations & Clubs – GAR
 
 

INVENTORY

Ledgers, 1961-46
Date: 1840-1900
Description: 7 Ledgers and 1 scrapbook, including 
Ledger from Judd & Boyle, 1857-1859; 
Iowa Fire Insurance Co., 1893; 
Ledger from Charles Knouse, 1892; 
Scrapbook containing naturalization record for Marcius C. Smith, 1879, and photos including portraits, menus, tickets including opera and concerts, receipts, memberships; 
Ledger from 1840s; 
Ledger from Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Company 1880-1891 including names, dates, and types of insurance and description of what is insured; 
Ledger book of George L. Davenport Distillery, 1875? And survey done of still by Internal Revenue Service, 1874;
 
Accession No. 1958-47, 1958-97, 1961-46; LIB—ARCH—R3—CAB1D
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Brewing
Business & Industry – Insurance
 
 

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Ledgers 1971-25
Date: 1830-1930
Scope Notes: One flat document box containing an accounting ledger with records from 1830s to 1850s and two 3-ring binders titled “Along the Mediterranean with the Korns 1929.” Typed account of trip probably by Willie Korn, see box of miscellaneous 1960-88.
 
Accession No. 1971-25. LIB--ARCH--R3--Cab1E
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Misc.
Travel
 
 

INVENTORY

Local Letters and Documents
Sherman Letters and Documents 1857-1898   Keep-Passport sand letters 
Don Muller/translation issue, Documents 1986
James L. Grant- Davenport                                                                                Acc. No. 1907-070
C. B. Richards                                                                                                    Acc. No. 1907-070
Krögersberg Diary 1839-1848 (transcript only) 
Local German Documents 1800s, 1920s
Certificate 1846
Harrison’s Pharmacy, Davenport, IA 1883                                                       Acc. No. 1907-070
Killbourne, Mayor of Keokuk 1855          Acc. No. 1907-070
Legal Documents of Iowa          Acc. No. 1907-070
Luther Eads                                                                                                      Acc. No. 1907-070
John R. Rogers                                                                             Acc. No. 1907-070 (and others)
S. Whitaker                                                                                                       Acc. No 1907-070
J. H. Hasrrison (1884)                                                                                      Acc. No. 1907-070
Hampton to White (1851)                                                                                Acc. No. 1907-070 
Bill of Rights Advocacy Documents (1949) 
Brown’s Notes on Family History                                                                   Acc. No. 1960-050
The Collector Historical Magazine (1893-4) 
Zweite Classe Document                                                                                 Acc. No. 1962-165
John H. Tice to W. H. Pratt/dDavenport Academy 1880
Diary of a Journey from Schleswig Holstein to davenport 1839-47
Cullom, Gov. of Illinois, to Latham 1881
E. D. Cope/ The American Naturalist 1878
Autograph of J. G. Baker, Royal Herbarium
Letters to Herman Clasen of Davenport 1890s-1920s, 1942
C. A. Ficke Collection                                                                                     Acc. No. 1960-092
Birth Certificate of Georg August Schulmeister                                              Acc. No. 1967-015
Illuatrated Children’s Poetry Book                                                                  Acc. No. 1971-073
Maria Schuler (and Karolina Hank?)/Benedictine Convent of Perpetual Adoration Clyde, MO.                                       Acc. No. 1965-122 
Groth, Ekhehard and Schirach /letters 1952                                                    Acc. No. 1978-041
Unknown German Letter, No Date
 
 

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Box of Miscellaneous, 1960-88
Date: 1912-13, 1925, 1927
Description
1) Just for fun portfolio of cartoons of local people with poems, 1912-1913, Leather bound, Acc. No. 1960-88; 
 
2) Copy of previous without cover, Acc. No. 1961-47 (AL-21 Cat. No.?); 
 
3) Four Three-Ring binders of typed accounts of trips to Europe: 
A&B) “Six Month Across the Water,” March-September 1925 including Germany, Holland, Czecho-Slovakia [sic], Austria, Switzerland, Paris, London, 
C) “Diary of Our Second European Trip,” April - September 1927 including Ireland, Belgium where attended Rotary convention, Norway, and Sweden, 
D) Description of photographs from 1927 trip, 
E) Folder containing description of trip from Los Angeles to New York by water, removed from item
C. Possibly diaries of Willie Korn, Trips made by him and wife Susie; 
 
4) Engraved portrait of William Kerns or Kenis by W.H. Bather, Brooklyn, NY;
 
Accession No. 1960-88, 1961-47, LIB—ARCH—R3—CAB1D
 
Subject Cross Reference
Newspapers & Periodicals – Cartoons
Organizations & Clubs – Rotary
Portrait – Kerns, William
Travel
 

 

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Miscellaneous Albums/Ledgers 1967-17
Date: 1861-1957
Description
1)  ALBUM OF VICTORIAN TRADE CARDS INCLUDING LOCAL BUSINESSES (CLOTHIER, SHOES) ACC. NO. 1986-88. 
2) BOOK WITH MEETING MINUTES FOR UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS WALTER NAGEL CAMP #10 DEPT OF IOWA FOR 1949 - 1964.  ACC. NO. 1969-017.  
3) BOOK FOR INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT DATED 1873 INCLUDING TEACHERS SALARIES AND CONTRACTS, MINUTES OF BOARD MEETINGS. 
4) JAPANESE ART PORTFOLIO BOOK "UTAGAWA KUNIGOSHI 1798-1861"  AE 2511.  
5) FOLDED ALBUM OF ORIENTAL (JAPANESE?) PHOTOS SHOWING HOUSES, TEMPLES, PEOPLE IN COSTUME AND DOING VARIOUS ACTIVITIES. 
6) AVIATORS FLIGHT LOG, 1941-1942, "WAGNER" WRITTEN ON PAGE EDGE.  ACC. NO. 1985-079.  
7) 3-RING NOTEBOOK OF ROTARY CLUB MEMBERS, 1914 (CAT. NO. AL-3??)  
8)  BOOK WRITTEN IN GERMAN, LETTER IN FRONT ACKNOWLEDGES DONATION FROM B. L. WILSON OF "FATHER'S BIRD BOOKS", DATED 1950. TYPED SHEET IN BACK OF BOOK (MAY BE TRANSLATION OF LOOSE PAGES) "TRANSLATION OF RIEPE FAMILY DATA FROM BOOK KEPT BY HEINRICH WILHELM RIEPE AND OTHERS".
9) 3-RING NOTEBOOK OF DAVENPORT ROATARY CLUB MEMBERSHIP, C. 1977 (CAT. NO. AL-30?).  
10) ROHWEDDER PORTFOLIO, 1992.106.35A.  
 
ACCESSION NO.:  1969-17, 1950-22, 1985-79, 1986-88, 1992-106.  LIB--ARCH--R9-S3G
Subject Cross Reference
Arts – Fine – Painting
Aviation – Pilots
Business & Industry – Boots & Shoes
Business & Industry – Dry Goods
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Misc.
Medicine – Misc.
Military & War – Spanish American War – Misc.
Organizations & Clubs – Rotary
Schools & Education – Elementary – Misc.
Social Life & Customs – Friendship
Travel
 
 

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Documents 1965-122
Date: 1837-1965
Description: One records center carton of miscellaneous documents with various accession numbers: 
 
Folder  1) 
Letters from Mrs. Julie Cody Goodman, 2 letters from W. F. Cody from Nutting Collection, 2 cards.  LOOSE PAPERS FROM BEARDSLEY COMPANY, S. F. SMITH (MAYOR OF DAVENPORT) AND NUTTING LETTER.  LETTER TO P. PETERSON. COPY OF LETTER FROM JOHN BROWN, MARCH 3, 1859. LEND-A-HAND CLUB, APRIL 1, 1936.  MISC. LETTERS  CODY FAMILY GENEALOGY/FAMILY HISTORY.  OBIT OF REV. WILLIS HERVEY BARRIS AND DAUGHTER PUBLISHED BY PUTNAM MEMORIAL TRUST.  
 
FOLDER 2 & 3) 
LETTERS AND MATERIALS RELATED TO GEORGE AND JONATHAN PARKER FAMILY INCLUDING 2 HAND DRAWN MAPS OF EARLY DAVENPORT, 1837.  
 
FOLDER 4)
MISC. LETTERS INCLUDING AGREEMENT TO BUILD FENCE AROUND SUB-DISTRICT NO. 3 SCHOOLHOUSE IN CLINTON COUNTY, WARRENTY DEEDS TO PARKER, HANDWRITTEN DEED BY HENRY AND MARY BULLEN CONVEYING LAND FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT #8, LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, SCOTT CO., IA, 1864. LEASE OF JONATHAN PARKER, DIARY OF ?PARKER? 
 
FOLDER 5) 
DOCUMENTS RELATED TO ALSTON, HS & CO., LOOSE PAPERS SOME FROM NUTTING COLLECTION. 
 
FOLDER 6) 
MISC. INCLUDING PARKER FAMILY.  
 
FOLDER 7) 
LETTER TO ED. PUTNAM INQUIRING ABOUT MEMBERSHIP IN HARVARD FOLK LORE CLUB, 1833 RECEIPT BOOK OF BLAKEMAN?, INSURANCE RECEIPTS OF S. F. SMITH, 1870S. RECEIPT WITH SIGNATURE OF A. H. DAVENPORT AND EBENEEZER COOK.  
 
FOLDER 8) TUESDAY CLUB PAPERS INCLUDING LETTER FROM ALICE FRENCH AND OTHERS. 
 
FOLDER 9) RECEIPTS OF TUESDAY CLUB.  
 
FOLDER 10) WADSWORTH & CO. RECEIPTS.  
 
FOLDER 11) PART OF ABSTRACT OF TITLE FOR REAL ESTATE SEC. 34 TWP 80 RANGE 5, 1915. 
 
FOLDER 12) DAVENPORT LIBRARY ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS, DUES AND RECEIPTS. 
 
FOLDER 13) EAST SECOND STREET CO. LETTER.  
 
FOLDER 14) CIVIL WAR PENSION FOR SAMUEL AND MARY HUSSEY, DR. JOHN KNOX RECEIPT, LAND TRANSACTIONS OF FRENCH & HUBBARD, 1840-1859.  
 
FOLDER 15) DAVENPORT WORKING MANS LIBRARY RECEIPTS,1902 MAP SHOWING ICE HARBOR LOCATIONS IN QUAD CITIES AREA.  
 
FOLDER 16) DAVENPORT CITY COUNCIL PAPERS.  
 
FOLDER 17) WOMENS CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION LETTERS. 
 
FOLDER 18) PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH RECEIPTS.  
 
FOLDER 19 & 20) HARRISON DRUGGIST RECEIPTS AND LETTERS. 
 
FOLDER 21) JOE MARAVAK PAPERS.  
 
FOLDER 22) RECEIPTS FOR ROCK ISLAND COUNTY POOR FARM, 1887-1901.
 
FOLDER 23) PAPERS OF CHRISTOPHER FICKE, 1852. 
 
FOLDER 24) ENVELOPE OF SIGNATURES CUT OFF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS, J. R. NUTTING LETTERS.  
 
FOLDER 25) SCHULER LUMBER CO.  
 
FOLDER 26) ADJUTANT GENERAL OF IOWA OFFICE, MISC.  
 
FOLDER 26) PHOTOS OF WILLIAM O'MERIR AND MITCHELL. AND MISC. 
 
FOLDER 27) WILLIAM ANDREWS ESTATE PAPERS, 1839.  
 
FOLDER 28) SAM BOLLINGER PAPERS MOSTLY FROM PEORIA, IL. 
 
FOLDER 29) FRED BUSH, SAM BOLLINGER AND WILLIAM ANDREWS, RECEIPTS, MOSTLY ILLINOIS.  
 
FOLDER 30) DAVENPORT HISTORICAL SOCIETY CONSTITUTION.  
 
FOLDER 31) LETTERS, MISC. 
 
FOLDER 32) MIXED LETTERS, HARRISON, IOWA EPISCOPAL CHURCH.  
 
FOLDER 33) FLAGLER, RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO RIDE BICYCLE ON ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, LETTER FROM EDWARD RUSSELL TO S. F. SMITH, JENNIE MC GOWAN [McCowan], "GRAND CARNIVAL OF BOATS" LETTER OF ALICE FRENCH, SEPT, 8, 1891. RESIGNATION OF PHEBE SUDLOW TO BOARD OF TRUSTEES, DAVENPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY AND LETTER, WORLD WAR II POSTCARD. 
 
 ACCESSION NO. 1965-122, 1907-70, 1955-1, 1972-55, 1969-17, 1915-22, 1965-122, 1960-84, 1974-15, 1963-8, 1968-41, 1964-15, 1984-39, 1953-34, 1960-164, 1958-47, 1967-164, 1959-3. LIB--ARCH--R9--S5H
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Drug & Pharmacy
Business & Industry – Insurance
Business & Industry – Lumber
Churches & Religion – Episcopal – Misc.
Libraries – Misc.
Military & War – World War II – Misc.
Organizations & Clubs – Misc.
Schools & Education – Schoolhouses
Social Services – Misc
Cities – Davenport – Municipal Government
 
 

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Miscellaneous Documents 1970-105-1
Date: 1838-1957
Description:
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS INCLUDING 
1) DAILY DISPATCH, MOLINE, JULY 31, 1978. 
2) PAINTING (WATERCOLOR?) BY TH_EUN. MEASURES 9 X 12" 
3) PRINTED PAGE MEASURES 13 X 17" OF ACADEMY OF SCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING JANUARY 6, 1881. BOOKLET ON HISTORY OF VILLA DE CHANTEL IN ROCK ISLAND, C. 1950S MEASURES 8.5 X 11".  
4) COLLAGE WITH DRAWING (14 X 20") ON BACK ARE MEASURMENTS FOR COSTUMES.  
5) 13 HAND DRAWN AND COLORED 8 X 6" FOLDED CARDS AND ONE 9 X 7" CARD OF WILD FLOWERS WITH DESCRIPTIONS BY HELEN DELAURE. 
6) 3 - 12.5 X 19" SKETCHES OF ACTORS/ACTRESSES OF PLAY BY D. R. EDWARDS. 
7) LADIES HOME JOURNAL PAGES DATED DEC. 1893.  
8) ILLINIWIK (PERIODICAL, 11.5 X 17.5") DATED MAR/APRIL 1969 AND NOV/DEC 1970.  
9) 1907 CALENDAR COMPLIMENTS OF ARTHUR BARTELS, CARRIER, THE DEMOCRAT & LEADER.  
10) CERTIFICATE OF ADMISSION FOR WILSON HAPHE SHOREY FOR PRACTICE OF LAW DATED OCT 7, 1926 (15 X 13").  
11) 3 CALENDARS - 1905 FROM PAULSEN & MILLER GROCERY, 1907 FROM R H SITZ GROCERY, AD FROM JHC PETERSEN, NO DATE. 
12) FIREMAN'S REGISTER AND VOLUNTEER CHRONICLE VOL.1 #6 DEC. 15, 1838 PUBLISHED IN PHILADELPHIA (10.25 X 13.25").  
13) 3 PASSPORTS OF ELSIE DAU, 1953 AND 1957.  
14) PICTURES ATTACHED TO CARDBOARD INCLUDING 2 CURRIER AND IVES, 1 NO ID. AND 1 FIREMAN BY JAY HAMBIDGE, REPRINT.  
15) 1957 CALENDAR FROM EDWARD SHOES, 1946 CALENDAR FROM MORRELL HAM.  AD FOR PLAY AT BURTIS OPERA HOUSE "BELSHAZZAR" DEC. 20, 21, 22, ADS FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES. 
16) 1957 CALENDAR FOR TEXACO.  
17) CALENDARS FOR 1946 AND 1944 FROM PAUL OTTO OF CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. (10 X 15.5").  
 
ACCESSION NO. 1970-105 AND CATALOG NO. PO771. LIB—ARCH—R3—Cab1E
 
Subject Cross Reference
Arts – Fine – Painting
Business & Industry – Advertisements
Business & Industry – Grocery
Business & Industry – Insurance
Entertainment & Amusement – Theater 
Fire & Fire Departments – Misc.
Historic Sites & Museums – Davenport Academy of Sciences
Law & Law Enforcement – Lawyers
Nature – Flowers
Schools & Education – Elementary – Misc.
 
 

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Miscellaneous Documents 1983-71
Date: 1888-1934
Description
1) DOCUMENT IN FRENCH. 
2) HANDWRITTEN BOOK IN GERMAN, GEORGE GOTTSCH, 1937. 
3) NEW837. 3) CLIPPING DATED FEB. 24, 1974. 
4) BOOKLET GERMAN, PICTURE OF BABY. 
5) ENVELOPE & LETTER 
6) MAP OF DAVENPORT AND BETTENDORF BY HUEBINGER. (moved to OC3
7) GERMAN BOOK BY ROLPHS, IOWA, 1873. 
8) ELIMIE FABRICIUS, GERMAN, 1888. 
9) ROCK ISLAND CORPS OF ENGINEER MAGANZINE "SAFE CHANNEL" DEC. 1934. 
10) GERMAN DOCUMENT DATED DEC. 1, 1846 WITH NAME JOHANN VOSS.  
11) NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT FIRE, DATED FEB. 8, 1933.  
12) PICTUREQUE TRI-CITIES LOOSE PHOTOS.  
 
 
ACCESSION NO.:  1984-47, 1960-92, 1983-71, 1963-41, 1970-105.  LIB--ARCH--R3--CAB1C
 
Historical Association – Voss, Johann
Historical Association – Gottsch, George
 
Subject Cross Reference
Ethnic & Minority Groups – German
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Misc.
Fire & Fire Departments – Fires
Newspapers & Periodicals – Misc
 
 

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Miscellaneous Documents 1984-6
Date: 1877-1915
Description: ONE RECORDS CENTER CARTON OF VARIOUS MATERIALS INCLUDING 
 
DAVENPORT SUNDAY DEMOCRAT FOR JULY 10, 1881 (FOLDED). 
CLEVELAND ANZEIGER, GERMAN LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER FOR SEPT. 28, 1881. 
BOOK ABOUT GERMAN THEATRE IN DAVENPORT "DAS KLEINE BLATT",
ADS AND MATERIAL POSSIBLY PLAYBILLS RELATED TO GERMAN THEATRE IN DAVENPORT HEUFCHREDE?, 1877-1878. 
PRINTED PATENTS OF CHARLES SCHICK, SEWER CLEANER AND PAPER BALER.  
One copy of book by donor "The Early Theatre in Eastern Iowa"
 
ACCESSION NO. 1984-6. LIB--ARCH--R9--S5H; 
 
Some materials oversized for box, needs better support
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Misc.
Business & Industry – Plumbing
Entertainment & Amusement – Theater
Ethnic & Minority Groups – German
 
 

INVENTORY

Box of Early Documents
 
Inclusive Dates:  1767-1876
Inventory
 
Land granted to George Hermony, selling to Daniel Ham for 20 pounds, March 1848
Letter D. B. Sears from J. W. McCull---, guarantee of Daniel Garnsey, US Comptroller, April 30, 1844
Envelope
Fragment of document, George Hermey and Daniel Ham
Sons of Temperance document
Invitation to 4th of July Ball at Rock Island House, June 6, 1857
Proceedings of Davenport City Council, April 6, 1857
Iowa College Commencement week, July 11-18, 1866
Quit claim deed, John Hayward to E. L. Barrows, 1876
Warranty Deed, Wm. H. Thompson and wife to Randolph Mitchell, April 7, 1869
Quit claim deed, John and Hannah Culbertsen to Samuel Knox, March 23, 1860
London Gazette, Monday, March 8-Thrusday, March 11, 1674?
Letter to Hinrich Kühl, translated, Aug. 22, 1851
Letter to Rev. D. Morse from John Quincy Adams against the Church of England, Dec. 2, 1815
Document signed by George Hermony about land in Lynn township, Northkonpton County, PA
 
Subject Heading Cross Reference
Business & Industry--Real Estate & Surveying
Documents & Letters
Social Life & Customs--Dance
Organizations & Clubs--Misc.
Newspapers--Misc.
Schools & Education--College--Misc.
City--Davenport--Government
 
People
 
Adams, John Quincy
Barrows, E. L.
Culbertson, Hannah
Culbertsen, John
Garnsey, Daniel
Ham, Daniel
Hayward, John
Hermony/Hermey, George
Knox, Samuel
Kühl, Hinrich
McCull---, J. W.
Mitchell, Randolph
Morse, Rev. D.
Sears, D. B.
Thompson, Wm. H.
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Miscellaneous Ledgers 1963-36
Date: 1855-1933
Description: VARIOUS LEDGERS AND BOOKS INCLUDING:
 
1) "PROTEST BOOK" 
2) FORFEITURES OF PROMISSARY NOTES TO CHUBBS BROTHERS BARROWS CO. INCLUDING ONE BY GEORGE ROTHWEILER, 1855-1859, 8 X 12". 
3) SCRAPBOOK EXPLAINING HISTORY OF IOWA DEMOCRAT AND LEADER, 1933, 10 X 11".  
4) SCRAPBOOK OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES BY RALPH CRAM WITH NAME INDEX IN FRONT, 9 X 11.5". 
5) SCRAPBOOK BY ALICE KAUFMANN ON NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT HISTORY OF IOWA, 1930S, 10.5 X 13" ACC. NO. 1963-36. 
6) BOOK "HEALTH CULTURE AND THE SANITARY WOOLEN SYSTEM" BY G. JAEGER, M.D. WITH NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ADVERTISING, 4 X 7" 
 
ACC. NO. 1959-101. LIB--ARCH--R9--S4D
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Banking
Medicine – Misc.
Newspapers & Periodicals – Misc
 
 

INVENTORY

Miscellaneous Manuscripts 1982-76
Date: 1902-1948, 1976
Description: MISCELLANEOUS MANUSCRIPTS STORED IN ONE RECORDS CENTER CARTON INCLUDES 
 
BOOK OF POSTCARD SIZE ORIENTAL COLORED LITHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS POSSIBLY HAND COLORED, 
FOLDER CONTAINING DAVENPORT SCHOOL DESEGRAGATION MATERIALS, 1976. 
BUSINESS PAPERS, ORDER, RECEIPTS RELATED TO ALBERT WERNER OF WALCOTT, 1902. 
FOLDER CONTAINING 15 WOODCUTS OF TOKYO.  
BOOKLET FROM GRAND & STRAND, DUBUQUE, CALENDAR, 1923-24.  
ADVERTISEMENTS FOR MOVIES WITH BIOGRAPHIES OF STARS.  
IOWA THEATRE, CEDAR RAPIDS, PLAYBILL FOR "I MARRIED AN ANGEL" NOV. 21, 1939.  
VARIOUS CHICAGO STAGEBILLS 1930S.  
BOOK OF OLD ENGLISH MANUSCRIPTS.  
CHILDREN'S BOOKS "LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD" AND "JACK AND THE BEAN STOCK" IN JAPANSESE. 
LAMINATED PIECE OF JAPANSESE PRINTING.  
 
ACCESSION NO.:  1982-76, 1975-1.  LIB--ARCH--R9-S5D
 
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Farm Implement
Business & Industry – Hardware
Entertainment & Amusement – Theater
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Black Americans
Ethnic & Minority Groups – Misc
School – Misc
 
 

INVENTORY

Box of Misc. Posters and other materials
 
PO 340 (2) "Eleventh Annual Tour of the inimatible McGibney Family," n.d.
PO 348 "Another Week Dr. Dioclesian Lewis . . . at the Holland House. . . " Dec. 20, 1858 in Rockford, ILL.  (Wetherby Coll.)
PO 346 "Dr. Lewis Lectures on Physiology Tonight" 1857 (Wetherby Coll.)
PO 347 "The Great Picture at Metropolitan Hall.  . J. Insco Williams' Panorama of the Bible", June 17, 1862 (Wetherby Coll.)
No # Newspaper "Friendly Chat", May 1922 vol. 5 #1, Friendly House
No # Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
PO 370 Mississippi River Carnival Davenport, Iowa, Sept. 8, 1891, Pub. Calvert Litho Co., Detroit
PO 300 "Questions for February, 1886" list of question for teacher certificates, 1886
PO 291 Co. D, 9th Illinois Cavalry Vet. Vol. Soldiers Memorial, n.d., list of men, unit history
HB 27 Abby Sage Richardson
HB 19 Sale of land in Petersen's 2nd addition, Davenport, between Marquette, and Warren, Locust and Lombard, map, photos, 1922
HB 31 Ad for Glenarmil addition, Davenport Marquette and Gaines, Central Park and Locust, 1931
HB 17 10th Anniversary, 1st Federal Savings and Loan, 1943
HB 14 Newspaper ad about Michael S. Malloy
PO 355 "Burtis Opera House. . Benefit of the Davenport Academy of Sciences, Aldrich's "Music and Poetry of War Days", n.d.
PO 357 "Burtis Opera House . . Chas. A. Gardner. . "Karl the Peddler", n.d.
PO 235 "Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot at Gratiot Grand Ball . . printed by Darlington Journal Press, n.d.
PO 276A "Price list for H. Clark's Patent Skates", ice skates, May 1864, Chicago, illustrated (Francis Black Coll.)
No # Davenport Turner contract with William Reuter, 1882-3, in German
PO 419 "Local Freight Tariff--Through Trade, Streckfus Steamboat Line" St. Louis to St. Paul, April 11, 1911 (Blair Coll.)
PO 193 Davenport & St. Paul RR/Shall We Avoid or Secure Business" 1871
PO 190 Davenport & St. Paul RR/Extracts from Letters . . . The Writer Not Deceived Again/Treachery of Hiram Price or some one else/Why he was re-elected without opposition" Discussion of RR organization, 1871
PO 191 "Davenport & St. Paul RR/Valedictory:  Close of Strife/Era of Union, Peace, Success", 1871
PO 192 Davenport & St. Paul RR/Letters from Hiram Price/Contrast between promise and performance . . . Loss of Feeder . . . Building a Rival Line", 1871
PO 189 Davenport & St. Paul RR/Iron and Equipment Provided for . . . The Strongest Alliance Secured"  Letter to stockholders and citizens, 1871
PO 417 White Collar Line Steamers Passenger Schedule, 1917 (Blair Coll.)
No # Fares on White Collar Line, Quincy to Davenport, 1917
No # Fares on White Collar Line, Quincy to Davenport, 1918
PO 418 White Collar Line Freight Tariff, 1918 (Blair Coll.)
PO 417 White Collar Line Steamers Passenger Schedule, 1917 (Blair Coll.)
PO 416 White Collar Line Steamers Freight Tariff, n.d. (Blair Coll.)
PO 390 "One Cent Sale/One Week Only/Week of Feb. 25 to Mar. 1st" Iowa Steam Laundry Co., n.d.
PO 399 Mexican War Soldiers and Widows Pension/Bounty Claim - offers service to help collect pensions, n.d.
PO 391 Bible School give away, June 28, at Christian Church, n.d.
PO 343 Merchants' Representative Pageant and Grand Military Drill, 1889
PO 401 Carnival City Packet Co. schedule, Davenport and Burlington Division, May to Oct, n.d. (Blair Coll.)
PO 406 "Louis Agazzig" lecture given by David Starr Jordan, at Davenport Academy of Sciences, n.d.
PO 408 Davenport Academy of Sciences Strangers visiting Davenport should not fail to visit the Museum, describes collections and exhibits, n.d.
PO 403 Davenport Academy of Sciences Children's Lecture, Science Hall, Friday, April 20, "Frontier Life in the Northwest" by Mr. Sumner W. Matteson, n.d.
PO 402 "Local History Loan Exhibit Second Floor Putnam Building, exhibit in connection with Ft. Armstrong Centennial by the Academy of Sciences, 1916
PO 404 First lecture on the course for 1908/F. Hopkinsen Smith at Davenport Academy of Sciences, 1908
PO 367 Grant Benefit for the Davenport Public Library Play "Hazel Kirke", 1897
PO 405 "Music and Myth of the American Indians" by Arthur Farwell, 1907
PO 407 Davenport Academy of Sciences Course of Seven popular science lectures, illustrated with lantern slides, 1904
PO 408 Davenport Academy of Sciences Strangers visiting Davenport should not fail to visit the Museum, describes collections and exhibits, n.d.
PO 702 "American Folk Art/Expressions of a New Spirit . . . " exhibition at Deere & Co., Oct. 22, 1984
PO 765 St. Ambrose (2) College Players Present "Do Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?", 1986
PO 764 St. Ambrose College Players Present "The Odyssey of Jeremy Jack", 1986
PO 763 St. Ambrose College Players Present "God's Favorite", 1986
PO 762 St. Ambrose College Players Present "The Skin of Our Teeth", 1987
PO 761 St. Ambrose College Players Present "Snow White", 1986
PO 273 Phoenix Sash Lock advertisement, pat. March 1855, Rochester NY (Wetherby Coll.)
1996.1.1 Brochure of recreation areas and opportunities in the Tri-Cities [c. 1920?] published by the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce
1994-23 Envelope for American Red Cross New! Disaster Field ID Kit, 1993
1994-23 Quad City Times newspapers July 1, 1993 and July 9, 1993 - Flood 
1990-16 The American Girls Collection catalog for dolls and accessories, Summer 1990
1992-82 Bear Manufacturing Co. Catalog, 1966
1992-82 Ad for Bear Manufacturing Co. which appeared in The Saturday Evening Post
1992-82 Newspaper The Bear Line-Up, 1956
 
 
Cross Reference Subject Headings
Arts--Centers & Galleries (PO 702)
Boats & Boating--Misc. (PO 419, 417, no #, 418, 417, 416, 401)
Business & Industry--Banking (HB 17)
Business & Industry--Laundry (PO 390)
Business & Industry--Misc. (PO 273, 1992-82)
Business & Industry--Real Estate & Surveying (HB 19, 31)
Churches & Religion--Christian (PO 391)
Disasters--Floods--1990-1999 (1994-23)
Entertainment & Amusement--Halls & Opera Houses (PO 347, 355, 357)
Entertainment & Amusement--Misc. (PO 235, 406, 403, 404, 406)
Entertainment & Amusement--Theatre (PO 340, 348, 346, 347, 355, 357, 367, 761-5)
Forts--Fort Armstrong (PO 402)
Historic Sites & Museums--Davenport Academy of Science (PO 355, 406, 408, 403, 402, 404, 407)
Holidays & Celebrations--Centennials--Misc. (PO 402)
Holidays & Celebrations--Misc. (PO 370, 343)
Indians--Misc. (PO 405)
Libraries--Public (PO 367)
Medicine--Doctors (PO 346, 348)
Military & War--Mexican War (PO 399)
Military & War--Civil War--Regiments (PO 291)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Misc. (no #, 1990-16)
Newspapers & Periodicals--Newspapers--Quad City Times (1994-23)
Organizations & Clubs--Claus Groth Guild (no #)
Organizations & Clubs--Misc. (1996.1.1)
Organizations & Clubs--Red Cross (1994-23)
Organizations & Clubs--Turners (no #)
Parks & Park Recreation--Misc. (1996.1.1)
Railroads--Misc. (PO 193, 190, 191, 192, 189)
Recreation--Children's Activities (PO 403, 1990-16)
Recreation--Winter (PO 276A)
Schools & Education--Colleges--St. Ambrose (PO 761-5)
Schools & Education--Teachers (PO 300)
 
 
People
Farwell, Arthur (PO 405)
Jordan, David Starr (PO 406)
Lewis, Dr. Dioclesion (PO 348, 346)
Malloy, Michael S. (HB 14)
Matteson, Sumner W. (PO 403)
Price, Hiram (PO 190, 192)
Reuter, William (no #)
Richardson, Abby Sage (HB 27)
Smith, F. Hopkinsen (PO 404)
 

 

INVENTORY

Miscellaneous Documents  1975.105.001
 
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS INCLUDING 
1) DAILY DISPATCH, MOLINE, JULY 31, 1978. 
2) PAINTING (WATERCOLOR?) BY TH_EUN. MEASURES 9 X 12" 
3) PRINTED PAGE MEASURES 13 X 17" OF ACADEMY OF SCIENCE ANNUAL MEETING JANUARY 6, 1881. BOOKLET ON HISTORY OF VILLA DE CHANTEL IN ROCK ISLAND, C. 1950S MEASURES 8.5 X 11".  
COLLAGE WITH DRAWING (14 X 20") ON BACK ARE MEASUREMENTS FOR COSTUMES.  
13 HAND DRAWN AND COLORED 8 X 6" FOLDED CARDS AND ONE 9 X 7" CARD OF WILD FLOWERS WITH DESCRIPTIONS BY HELEN DELAURE.  
3 - 12.5 X 19" SKETCHES OF ACTORS/ACTRESSES OF PLAY BY D. R. EDWARDS. 
LADIES HOME JOURNAL PAGES DATED DEC. 1893.  
ILLINIWIK (PERIODICAL, 11.5 X 17.5") DATED MAR/APRIL 1969 AND NOV/DEC 1970.  
1907 CALENDAR COMPLIMENTS OF ARTHUR BARTELS, CARRIER, THE DEMOCRAT & LEADER.
CERTIFICATE OF ADMISSION FOR WILSON HAPHE SHOREY FOR PRACTICE OF LAW DATED OCT 7, 1926 (15 X 13").  
3 CALENDARS - 1905 FROM PAULSEN & MILLER GROCERY, 1907 FROM R H SITZ GROCERY, AD FROM JHC PETERSEN, NO DATE.  
FIREMAN'S REGISTER AND VOLUNTEER CHRONICLE VOL.1 #6 DEC. 15, 1838 PUBLISHED IN PHILADELPHIA (10.25 X 13.25").  
3 PASSPORTS OF ELSIE DAU, 1953 AND 1957.  
PICTURES ATTACHED TO CARDBOARD INCLUDING 2 CURRIER AND IVES, 1 NO ID. AND 1 FIREMAN BY JAY HAMBIDGE, REPRINT.  
1957 CALENDAR FROM EDWARD SHOES, 
1946 CALENDAR FROM MORRELL HAM.  
AD FOR PLAY AT BURTIS OPERA HOUSE "BELSHAZZAR" DEC. 20, 21, 22, 
ADS FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES.  
1957 CALENDAR FOR TEXACO.  
CALENDARS FOR 1946 AND 1944 FROM PAUL OTTO OF CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. (10 X 15.5").  
 
ACCESSION NO. 1970-105 AND CATALOG NO. PO771.
 
 

INVENTORY

Scrapbook 1970-91
Date: 1941-1944
Description: Scrapbook including letter from Goodyear Aircraft Corp., Akron, Ohio, signed by Armour Kane, Sec. to VP to William Arzberger, 2237 Western Ave., Davenport, dated Feb 1942; newspapers from 1941 and 1942 including copies of American Weekly, Inc.; Photographs of a field with building in background, 4 young men, toy dirigible on front sidewalk.
Accession No. 1970-91. LIB--ARCH--R3--Cab1E
Subject Cross Reference
Military & War – World War II – Misc.
Recreation – Children’s Activities
 
 

INVENTORY

Scrapbook 1991-125-20
Date: 1892-1902
Description: Scrapbook containing advertising card of local businesses, Reward of merit to Nellie Seaman from J.C. Garette, Teacher; Birthday card to Nellie Seaman from Fannie D. Hilton; Christmas card, ladies fashion, Arm & Hammer advertising, cards of animals, flowers, birds; Cards of various countries, c. 1893; Chickens of different breeds, calling and greeting cards.
 
Lib-Arch-R3-Cab1E;  Acc. No. 1991-125
 
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Advertising
Nature – Birds
Nature – Flowers
Social Life & Customs – Clothing, 1850-1919

 

INVENTORY

Scrapbooks, 1958-47
Date: 1862-1917
Description: Miscellaneous scrapbooks; 
1) Scrapbooks of musical programs, several local collection by Mrs. Marcus Smith from churches, musical groups, Burtis Opera House; 
2) Scrapbook of poetry, some obits, Daniel Roff, president of Eagle Signal Co. and family members; 
3) Ladies’ Industrial Relief Society scrapbook of newspaper clippings from 1886-1896; 
4) Scrapbook labeled “Hardware” with lots of articles from Nutting Collection, 1898-1901; 
5) Shuler family scrapbook with newspaper articles, 1917. 
 
Accession No. 1958-47, 1965-122, LIB—ARCH—R9—S5H
 
Subject Cross Reference
Entertainment & Amusement – Halls & Opera Houses
Music – Misc.
Organizations & Clubs – Misc.
 
 

INVENTORY

Scrapbooks 1966-94
Date: 1880-1900
Scope Notes: 3 Scrapbooks containing:
 
1) Greeting cards and other pictures. 
2) Pictures, cards, and advertising cards.
3) Advertising cards and pictures from magazines, some local, Edna M. Whitaker calling card.
 
Accession No. 1966-94, 1948-3; LIB--ARCH--R3--Cab1E
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Advertisements
Social Life & Customs – Misc.
 

 

INVENTORY

Scrapbooks 1986-13
Date: 1885-1936
Scope Notes: ONE RECORDS CENTER CARTON OF SCRAPBOOKS INCLUDING 
 
1) 5 SCRAPBOOKS ABOUT DAVENPORT'S CENTENNIAL IN 1936 COMPILED BY S. A. PRESTON INCLUDING TYPED PLAY "PREPARING THE FIRST RAILWAY", CENTENNIAL SONG, NEWSLETTER FROM SUDLOW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL, MAY 4, 1936, POSTCARD OR PHOTO OF FORT ARMSTRONG.  ACC. NO. 1964-156 
2) SCRAPBOOK CONTAINING LOCAL ARTICLES. 
3) SCRAPBOOK OF PROGRAMS PRESENTED AT BURTIS OPERA HOUSE AND OTHER PLACES COLLECTED BY FRED S. HERD, SEPT. 1892, 7.5 X 10". 
1. 4)SPECIFICATIONS FOR FRAME DWELLING AT 6TH AND WARREN, MILO NEBICKER ARCHITECT, NO DATE. 
4) 3 SCRAPBOOKS CONTAINING D. N. RICHARDSON'S LETTERS AND CLIPPINGS ABOUT TRAVELS AROUND THE WORLD, 1880S AND 1890S. 
5) SCRAPBOOK OF GREETING, CALLING, ADVERTISING, CHRISTMAS AND MISCELLANEOUS CARDS INCLUDING PICTURES OF FLOWERS AND ANIMALS, 6.5 X 8". ACC. NO. 1969-134. 
6) SCRAPBOOK OF ADVERTISING, FLOWER, ANIMAL CARDS, 1885 ASSEMBLED BY JULIA WILBRODT, 5.5 X 7" ACC. NO. 1966-130. 
7) ARTICLES ABOUT DAVENPORT INCLUDING PHOTOS OF EARLY SCHOOLS. 
 
 
ACCESSION NO. 1986-13.   LIB--ARCH--R9--S4D
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Advertisements 
Entertainment & Amusement – Halls & Opera Houses 
Forts – Fort Armstrong
Holidays & Celebrations – Centennial – Davenport
Holidays & Celebrations – Christmas
Houses & Households – Architectural Design
Schools & Education – Elementary
Social Life & Customs -- Friendship
Travel
 
 

INVENTORY

Scrapbooks 1986-13-1
Date: 1880-1970
Description: BOX OF SCRAPBOOKS INCLUDING 
 
1) 3 SCRAPBOOKS OF NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS DESCRIBING D. N. RICHARDSON'S WORLD TRAVELS, EDITOR OF DEMOCRAT NEWSPAPER, FROM COL. NUTTING COLLECTION, 1912, 9 X 11.5". 
2) ALBUM OF ADVERTISING, GREETING AND CALLING CARDS, ACC. NO. 1969-134. 
3) SCRAPBOOK OF NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FROM 1940S TO 1970S INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AND ST. ANTHONY'S WITH TROLLEY TRACKS IN STREET AND OBITUARIES IN 1967 YEARBOOK OF PARKER H. FICKE, ACC. NO. 1986-13.  
4) PICTURES GLUED INTO SCRAPBOOK, FLOWERS, FRUITS, LADIES, BIRDS, INSCRIPTION: "JULIA WILBRODT/MT. JOY, IA/1885" 5.5 X 7", ACC. NO. 1966-130. 
5) BOOK OF NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FROM 1860S ASSOCIATED WITH GEORGE WASHINGTON BAKER (FATHER) AND GEORGE DOUGLAS BAKER (SON) 7.5 X 11.5". ACC. NO.  1974-4.  
6) NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS DATED MARCH 1856-AUG. 1858, ARTICLE ADDED ABOUT HISTORY OF "GAZETTE," ARTICLE INCLUDE MANUFACTURING BUSINESSES IN DOWNTOWN DAVENPIRT, STEALING FIRE BUCKETS, MOVING BUILDING THAT BURNED, DRED SCOTT FAMILY GIVEN FREEDOM. RELATED TO CHARLES WATKINS (DONOR?). ACC. NO.  1981-43.  
7) BOOK OF "HIGH SCHOOL DAYS" DATED JUNE 19, 1914 FROM ELSIE DAU? INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS OF STEAMER G. W. HILL, GROUP ON BOARD STEAMER AND PICNIC AT DEVIL'S GLENN AND GROUP OF TEACHERS.  
8) BOOK OF BRAIN TEASERS AND PUZZLES CUT FROM NEWSPAPERS 6.75 X 8.5". 
 
 
 ACCESSION NO. 1986-13, 1966-130, 1969-134, 1974-4, 1981-43,1974-7. LIB--ARCH--R9--S4E
 
Subject Cross Reference
Boats & Boating – Riverboats – G.W. Hill
Business & Industry – Advertisements 
Business & Industry – Misc. 
Churches & Religion – Catholic – St. Anthony’s
Parks & Recreation – Devils Glenn
Recreation – Camping & Outings
Travel
 
 

INVENTORY

Scrapbooks of Postcards 1969-39
Date: 1904-1913
Description: Postcard scrapbooks collected during travels by Marie C. Lorenzen, c. 1912 in Germany, London, and France; 8 Scrapbooks of postcards, earliest dated 1904.
Accession No. 1969-39? LIB—ARCH—R9—S5E
Subject Cross Reference
Travel
 
 

INVENTORY

Collection Title:  Sheet Music
Accession Number: FY2000-071 No Accession Number (Abandoned Property)
Donor: Helen Shaw
Inclusive Dates: 
Scope Notes: 
This collection contains sheet music.
Inventory
Box 1: 
DANNY  BOY Fred Weatherly 1913
DID YOUR MOTHER COME FROM IRELAND J.Kennedy/M.Carr 1936
BLUE BELL Theodore Morse 1904
WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD BEHIND Irving Berlin 1915
WHEN THE HARVEST MOON IS SHINING ON S. R. Henry 1909
THE RIVER
WHEN IT’S BLOSSOM TIME IN NORMANDIE Mellor Gifford & Trevor 1912
FOUR LEAF CLOVER Lelia M. Brownell 1897
PAGAN LOVE SONG Nacio H. Brown 1929
MOTHER MACHREE Chauncey Olcott/Ernest Ball 1910
MELODY OF LOVE H. Engelmann. Op.600 1903
SONG OF THE ISLAND Chas. E. King 1915
GOOD-NIGHT MR. MOON Albert VonTilzer 1911
THE WALTZ YOU SAVED FOR ME Wayne King/Emil Flindt 1930
DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM Tell Taylor 1910
HOW ‘YA GONNA KEEP ‘EM DOWN ON Walter Donaldson 1909
THE FARM
TILL WE MEET AGAIN Richard A. Whiting 1918
WITH BROKEN HEART E.D. LaRoss 1912
WHERE THE SILV’RY COLORADO WENDS Charles Avril 1901
WHEN THE MOON PLAYS PEEK-A-BOO W. R. Williams 1917
‘NORWAY’ THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT Fred Fischer 1915
SUN
SAIL ON SILV’RY MOON Ernie Erdman 1912
MY  HAWAII L. W. Lewis 1917
WHEN THE BEES ARE IN THE HIVE Kerry Mills 1904
KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING Ivor Novello 1906
CHERRY BLOSSOMS Emma I. Harte 1907
LOVE-LAND Abe Holzmann 1905
THERE’S A LITTLE WHITE HOUSE ON A Harry Akst 1926
LITTLE GREEN HILL WHERE THE  RED, 
RED ROSES GROW
DREAM-DAYS Chas Johnson 1913
THE UTAH DAYS Bob Palmer 1928
THERE’S A QUAKER DOWN IN QUAKER TOWN Alfred Solman 1916
MEET ME TO-NIGHT IN DREAMLAND Leo Friedman 1919
MARY OF ARGYLE S.  Nelson ?
I HEAR YOU CALLING ME Charles Marshall 1908
THERE’S A LONG,LONG TRAIL Zo Elliott 1915
MOONLIGHT AND ROSES Warren Wainwright 1901
THE AUTUMN BIRDS ARE CALLING B.E. Teetor 1898
SWEET AND LOW Charles L. Johnson 1919
UNDERNEATH THE MELLOW MOON Wendell W. Hall 1922
LULLABY LAND M. Prival 1919
ON MOBILE BAY Chas. N. Daniels ?
DOCTOR TINKLE TINKER Karl Hoschna 1910
ME  AND THE MAN IN THE MOON Jimmie  Monaco 1928
ALABAMA LULLABY Cal DeVoll 1919
WHEN YOUR HAIR HAS TURNED TO SILVER Peter DeRose 1930
HAPPY DAYS AND LONELY NIGHTS Fred Fisher 1928
JEANNINE I DREAM OF LILAC TIME Nathaniel Shilkret 1928
MARY LOU A.Lyman/Geo Waggner 1926
HONEY S. Simons/H.Gillespie 1928
HIAWATHIA’S LULLABY Walter Donaldson 1933
CAROLINA MOON Benny Davis/Joe Burke 1928
TIP TOE THROUGH THE TULIPS WITH ME Joe Burke 1929
BACK WHERE THE DAISIES GROW Bob & Don Elbel 1927
YOU’LL BE MINE IN APPLE  BLOSSOM TIME Peter DeRose 1931
WHEN KENTUCKY BIDS THE WORLD Mabel Wayne 1930
‘GOOD MORNING’
WHEN THE ORGAN PLAYED AT MIDNIGHT J.Campbell/R. Connelly 1929
WHEN HE GAVE ME YOU Elmore White 1910
(MOTHER OF MINE)
WHEN THE ROSES BLOOM Louise Reichardt ?
 
 
 

INVENTORY

Sheet Music Collection
 
Box # Title Composer Date
Box 1 LA FILLE DU REGIMENT T. Richards 1869
Box 1 THE NEW DREADNAUGHT MOLINE Homer Tourjee 1912
Box 1 WAY DOWN IN IOWA Geo,. W. Meyer 1916
Box 1 ALL ABOARD FOR DIXIE LAND Franz Abt.
Box 1 THE OPTIMUS MARCH Eugene Ostrander 1899
Box 1 PEARL CITY WALTZES A.H. Kohlhammer, Jr. 1905
Box 1 THE RED AND BLUE Esther Caudill 1923
Box 1 STAY HOME TO-NIGHT WITH THE OLD FOLKS Geo. M. Vickers
Box 1 IOWA STATE SONG Ella G. Bushnell-Hamlin 1930
Box 1 ALL ABOARD FOR DIXIE LAND George L. Cobb 1913
Box 1 THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE J.A. Roff 1882
Box 1 IN THE LAND OF LIBERTY Mrs. Geo. Bowden 1908
Box 1 THE BLACK HAWK WALTZ Mary E. Walsh 1897
Box 1 IOWA'S FLAG SONG Esther May Clark 1948
Box 1 OUR GLORIOUS UNION FOREVER Wm.H. Oakley 1850
Box 1 COME O'ER THE BROOK Wm. H. Oakley 1850
Box 1 SEVEN COMPOSITIONS Conrad Friedrichsen 1900
Box 1 THE NATIONAL TWO-STEP Geo. Schleifarth
Box 1 THE LABEL OF BLUE Hal. A. Gill
Box 1 BOOGIE-WOOGIE RUSSIAN RAG Bill Krenz 1966
Box 1 JUANITA Hon. Mrs. Norton
Box 1 THE AMERICAN BEAUTY C.F. Toenniges 1800
Box 1 LAMENTATION Ernst Otto 1911
Box 1 TWO SONGS Sarah G.Foote-Sheldon 1900
Box 1 CHIROPRACTIC BLUES Walt Steely 1929
Box 1 FRUHLINGSLUFTCHEN Herm A. Meier
Box 1 12 BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITIONS Conrad Friedrichsen 1902
Box 1 BIST DU BEI MIR J.S. Bach 1943
Box 1 WHITE CHRISTMAS Irving Berlin 1942
Box 1 CLORINDA R. Orlando Morgan 1923
Box 1 BITLJER PRAKTILCHE W. Moralt 1792?
Box 1
Box 1 KRIS KRINGLE JINGLES Effie Louise Koogle 1908
Box 1 ZITHER ALBUM Friedr. Gutmann
Box 1 ZITHER ALBUM Gutmann
Box 1 SING ME TO SLEEP Edwin Greene 1910
Box 1 FRIEND O'MINE Wilfrid Sanderson 1913
Box 1 DUNA Josephine McGill 1924
Box 1 CHRISTOFARO'S MANDOLIN METHOD G.L. Lansing 1897
Box 1 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FAIR Ernst Otto 1920
Box 1 LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE Joe Sanders 1928
Box 1 3 NOCTURNES-PIANO Conrad Friedrichsen
Box 1 BOHEMIAN AIR D, Krug Op.110
Box 1 IOWA STATE SONG William Leander Sheetz 1911
Box 1 IOWA LOYALTY Louisiana D. Spaulding 1917
Box 1 LA FILLE DU REGIMENT T. Richards 1869
Box 1 TWO PIANO GEMS Conrad Friedrichsen
Box 1 TWO BEAUTIFUL GEMS . Friedrichsen 1901
Box 1 THE STRANGER OF GALILEE Mrs. C.H. Morris 1935
Box 1 LET'S ALL PLAY BONGOS Jack Burger 1958
Box 1 ZITHER MUSIC COLLECTION Various
Box 1 IN DER FERNE Fr. Mucke 1896
Box 1 TANZLIED Max vonWeinzierl,Op 71
Box 1 BEN ETTA Ernst Otto 1918
Box 1 DACHTZAUBER A.M. Storch 1849
Box 1 SANGERS GRUFT Franz Aht Op.323.No.3
Box 1 RHEINSAGE Gedicht Geibel
Box 1 TIP TOP GLEE & CHORUS BK Various German/Italian composers 1857
Box 1 ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONEN Various composers
Box 1 FOR ZITHER
Box 1 ZITHER ALBUM Various composers
Box 1 THROUGH THE YEARS Vincent Youmans 1931
Box 1 PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON P. Yarrow/L.Lipton 1963
Box 1 PETER COTTONTAIL S.Nelson/J.Rollins 1950
Box 1 MEIN ENGEL HUTE DEIN ?
Box 1 CARNEVALS EINZUG Joe. Hauser Op.31
Box 1 WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER Victor Herbert 1922
Box 1 SPRNGTIME IN THE ROCKIES M.Woolsey/R. Sauer 1929
Box 1 SAW MILL RIVER ROAD Harry Tierney 1921
Box 1 K-K-K-KATY Geoffrey O'Hara 1918
Box 1 NOTEBOOK-SHEET MUSIC Various Various
Box 1 POTPOURRI Various
Box 1 BIRD IN A GILDED CAGE Harry Von Tilzer 1900
Box 1 ABSENCE MAKES THE HEART GO FONDER Herbert Dillea 1900
Box 1 A GOLDEN PICTURE OF HOME Barney Fagan 1885
Box 1 HUMMER Mary Lincoln 1914
Box 1 AH, SO PURE FR. Von Flotow 1938
Box 1 ADELE J.Briquet/A.Philipp 1913
Box 1 ALAMO RAG Percy Wenrich 1910
Box 1 ALL ABOARD FOR THE BOARD WALK Seymour Furth 1911
Box 1 ALLAH'S HOLIDAY Rudolf Friml 1917
Box 1 ALL FOR THE LOVE OF A GIRL Chas. K. Harris 1896
Box 1 ALL I DO IS DREAM OF  YOU Nacio H. Brown 1934
Box 1 ALOHA OE H.M.Queen Liliuokalani 1913
Box 1 ALPINE ROSE Carl Gehrke 1871
Box 1 AMBPLENA SNOW Bodie & Maywood 1817
Box 1 AMONG MY SOUVENIRS Hioratio Nicholls 1927
Box 1 AMOUREUSE Rudolphe Berger 1900
Box 1 ANCHORED Michael Watson
Box 1 ANGEL'S SERENADE Sydney Smith
Box 1 ANGEL VOICES EVER NEAR A.S. Sweet 1902
Box 1 ANITRA'S DANCE Edward Greig Op.46.No.3
Box 1 ANOTHER 4TH OF JULY Herman Fluegel
Box 1 AS YOU LIKE IT P.A. Schnecker
Box 1 ARTIST'S LIFE Johann Strauss
Box 1 AT SUNDOWN Walter Donaldson 1927
Box 1 AUBADE VENITIENNE Theodore Lack,Op.42 1904
Box 1 AUSTRIAN SONG J.A. Pacher. Op.69
Box 1 BABY MINE Archibald johnston 1875
Box 1 BABYLON IS FALLEN Henry C. Work
Box 1 BACK AMONG THE OLD FOLKS ONCE AGAIN J.W. Wheeler 1893
Box 1 BACK TO CHILDHOOD Jack Glogau 1917
Box 1 TALES OF HOFFMAN John Fitzpatrick 1918
Box 1 BARCAROLLE
Box 1 THE BATCHELOR'S LAMENT ?
Box 1 BEAUTIFUL BELLS Brinley Richards
Box 1 BATTLE OF WATERLOO G. Anderson, arr.
Box 1 THE BEAUTIFUL  BLUE DANUBE Johann Strauss, Op. 314
Box 1 BEAUTIFUL DREAMER A. Baumbach
Box 1 THE GINGERBREAD MAN A. Baldwin Sloane
Box 1 THE BEAUTIFUL LANDOF BON BON A. baldwin Sloane
Box 1 BECAUSE YOU WERE AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE Harry L. Robinson
Box 1 BEDELIA Jeam Schwartz 1903
Box 1 BEEDLE.UM.BO Raymond Birch 1918
Box 1 BEETHOVEN'S SONATAS L.van Beethoven
Box 1 BELLE MAHONE J.H. McNaughton
Box 1 BENDEMEER'S STREAM Alfred Scott Gatty, arr.
Box 1 BILLY GRIMES Wm. H. Oakley 1852
Box 1 BLESS 'EM ALL J. Hughes/F. Lake
Box 1 BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND H. Herz
Box 1 BLUSHING ROSE POLKA C.T. Lockwood 1867
Box 1 BONNIE Will Gaston
Box 1 BOOGIE MAN MOON Minnie D. Harris 1911
Box 1 BOSTON DIP Winkler, arr.
Box 1 BOY SOLDIERS J.E. Hummel 1908
Box 1 BREAK THE NEWS TO MOTHER Jos. Clauder, arr. 1811
Box 1 THE BRIGHTEST EYES Th. Oesten,Op.358
Box 1 BRILLIANT RECEPTION George G. O'Dwyer 1888
Box 1 BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A DIME Jay Gorney 1932
Box 1 BULLFINCH WALTZ Julius Becht 1864
Box 1 CASEY JONES Eddie Newton 1909
Box 1 CAST ASIDE Jos. Lauder 1895
Box 1 CHARGE OF THE HUSSARS Fritz Spindler
Box 1 DANLEY'S WESTERN GEM ORGAN C. E. Little 1892
Box 1 CARNIVAL OF VENICE T. Oesten
Box 1 CARRY ME BACK TO OLD VIRGINNY James A. Bland 1906
Box 1 THE BURNING OF ROME E.T. Paull 1813
Box 1 BY THE OLD OHIO SHORE Mary Earl 1921
Box 1 THE SPANISH CAVALIER William D. Hendrickson
Box 1 CALL ME BACK PAL O'MINE Harold Dixon 1921
Box 1 CAMPUS DREAM WALTZ Edmund Blacke
Box 1 THE CHAUTAUQUA GIRL E. E. Himmel
Box 1 THE WAY TO PARADISE Jacques Blumenthal `
Box 1 CHRISTMAS BELLS MARCH A.P. Wyman
Box 1 CHIMES OF NORMANDY WALTZ Jas. J. Freeman
Box 1 THE COLLEGE HORNPIPE William Gooch, arr.
Box 1 FISHER'S HORNPIPE William Gooch, arr.
Box 1 CLAYTON'S GRAND MARCH Chas. D. Black, Op.100 1877
Box 1 COLONIAL TWO STEP Paul B. Armstrong 1897
Box 1 COMMODORE DEWEY'S VICTORY MARCH Geo. Maywood
Box 1 COMPANY F MARCH Henry Schulte 1898
Box 1 COMRADES E. Jonghmans, arr.
Box 1 CORINGA SCHOTTISCHE W. Hemingway
Box 1 CREAM CITY MINUET Wm. Wirth 1894
Box 1 IN THE BEAUTY SPOT Reginald DeKoyen 1919
Box 1 FADED LOVE LETTERS Luella L. Moore 1922
Box 1 FAIRY KISSES Chas. L. Johnson 1918
Box 1 FALLING LEAVES Julius Muller 1860
Box 1 THE FAMILY BIBLE Augusta Browne, arr.
Box 1 THE FADING WEDDING Gussie L. Davis
Box 1 LEGEND ALBUM Kleine Clavierstucke 1896
Box 1 FEATHER YOUR NEST Kendis/Brockman/johnson 1920
Box 1 FLITTERGOLD W. Aletter 1896
Box 1 FLOWER SONG Gustav Lange
Box 1 FOND HEARTS MUST PART Gustav Lange
Box 1 FOREST HOME MARCH Tillie Stephenson 1882
Box 1 FORGOTTEN Eugene Cowles
Box 1 FROLIC OF THE FROGS J.J,. Watson 1917
Box 1 THE DAISY AND THE BUTTERFLY Robert A. Keiser 1901
Box 1 DAISIES WON'T TELL Anita Owen 1918
Box 1 Damenwahl Polka Louis Staab
Box 1 THE DANCE OF THE BROWNIES Effie Kamman 1896
Box 1 DANCE OF THE DEMON Eduard Holst 1888
Box 1 DARLING NELLY GREY Ch. Grobe 1886
Box 1 DAY DREAMS,VISIONS OF BLISS Heinrich Reinhard 1919
Box 1 MISS NOBODY FROM STARLAND Jos. E. Howard 1910
Box 1 DEARIE Various 1915
Box 1 THE DEEDLE-DUM-DEE Silvio Hein 1911
Box 1 DER KUSS Theodor Oesten
Box 1 THE DEW DROP E.A. Favarger
Box 1 DIANTHA Eugene A. Stein 1913
Box 1 DO YOU REMEMBER "Z" 1914
Box 1 DON'T BEAR ANY ILL FEELING Felix McGlennon 1894
Box 1 DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM Tell Taylor 1910
Box 1 DOWN HONOLULU WAY E. Burtnett/Jos.Burke 1916
Box 1 DOWN IN THE OLD MEADOW LANE Egbert VanAlstyne 1911
Box 1 DOWN ON THE FARM Harry Von Tilzer 1902
Box 1 DOWN THE SHADOWED LANE SHE GOES Geo. L. Osgood 1875
Box 1 DREAM OF HOME .H. Weegmann 1872
Box 1 DREAMY MELODY T. Koehler/F.Magino/C.Naset 1922
Box 1 EDELWEISS GLIDE WALTZ F.E. Vanderbeck 1919
Box 1 EL CAPITAN'S SONG John Philip Sousa 1896
Box 1 ELLIOTT WALTZES Wm. H.Penn 1895
Box 1 EVANGELINE Will S. Hays
Box 1 EVA CANGUAY'S LOVE SONG Melville S. Collins 1914
Box 1 EVENING CHIMES A. F. Marzian 1918
Box 1 THE EVERETT PIANO MARCH Herman Bellstedt, Jr. 1894
Box 1 THE EVERETT WALTZ M. Beall Eaton, arr. 1899
Box 1 EVERY DAY E.C. Jones/C.N. Daniels 1911
Box 1 EVERY LITTLE GIRLIE HAS A CERTAIN LITTLE WAY E.S.S. Huntington 1911
Box 1 EVERY LITTLE MOVEMENT Karl Hoschna 1910
Box 1 EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT NOW Irving Berlin 1911
Box 1 EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS Burton Lane 1933
Box 1 GALOP ENFANTIN Charles Wels
Box 1 GARDEN OF LOVE Emil Ascher 1915
Box 1 `THE GARDEN OF ROSES Johann Schmid 1915
Box 1 GATHERING THE MYRTLE WITH MARY Wm.J. Scanlan 1836
Box 1 GERMAN AIRS Robert A. Keiser 1915
Box 1 GENEVIEVE A. Cull, arr. 1868
Box 1 GERMAN POPULAR AIR D. Krug
Box 1 GENERL HANCOCK'S GRAND MARCH Sep. Winner 1864
Box 1 GETTYSBURG Benjamin Hapgood Burt 1915
Box 1 THE GIRL FOR ME Chas. L. Johnson 1911
Box 1 GIRLIE MINE E. Forrest 1911
Box 1 GIRL OF MY DREAMS Sunny Clapp 1927
Box 1 GLENTWORTH T. Linton Floyd-Jones 1895
Box 1 THE GLOW-WORM Paul Lincke 1911
Box 1 GOLDEN BEAUTY WALTZES W. Dressler 1868
Box 1 THE GOLDEN DROP WALTZ William Hopkins
Box 1 GOOD-BYE F. Paolo Tosti
Box 1 A MODERN EVE Jean Gilbert 1912
Box 1 GOOD-BYE ROSE Herbert Ingraham 1910
Box 1 GOODNIGHT MY LOVE M.Gordon/H. Revel 1936
Box 1 GRAND CANYON SUITE Ferde Grofe 1932
Box 1 GRAND MASONIC MARCH G. D. Wilson 1875
Box 1 SOUVENIRS Geo. L. Spaulding 1914
Box 1 HAPPY HOURS Percy Wenrich 1918
Box 1 HAPPY THOUGHTS Fritz Spindler
Box 1 HEARTS Chas. K. Harris 1893
Box 1 HEARTS AND FLOWERS Theo. M. Tobani 1893
Box 1 HEARTS OF THE WORLD James W. Casey 1918
Box 1 HEATHER BELLS POLKA Jacob Kunkel 1886
Box 1 HEAVENWARD Vilbre 186?
Box 1 HEIMWEH J. Jungmann
Box 1 HIGH SCHOOL MARCH Harold Spencer 1919
Box 1 THE HOLY CITY Stephen Adams 1892
Box 1 HOME SWEET HOME J. H.Slack
Box 1 HOME SWEET HOME Henry R. Bishop
Box 1 A HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN Theo A.Metz 1896
Box 1 THE HOUR OF MEMORY Anton Dvorak 1916
Box 1 HOW CAN I LEAVE THEE D. Krug
Box 1 HOW THE GATES CAME AJAR Eastburn 1869
Box 1 HUMORESKE Anton Dvorak 1911
Box 1 HUMORESKE Fabian Rehfeld, arr. 1894
Box 1 I HAVE SWORN TO LOVE YOU FOREVER Robert Heller
Box 1 I WANT TO BE IN DIXIE Berlin/Snyder 1912
Box 1 I CANNOT CATCH THE SUNSHINE A. J. Higgins 1860
Box 1 I COULDN'T SLEEP A WINK LAST NIGHT Jimmy McHugh 1943
Box 1 I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls M.W. Balfe
Box 1 THE GODDESS OF LIBERTY Jos E. Howard 1909
Box 1 I'LL DO ANYTHING IN REASON Seymour Furth 1911
Box 1 I'LL GET BY Fred Ahlert 1928
Box 1 I'LL REMEMBER TODAY Edith Piaf 1956
Box 1 I'LL STRING ALONG WITH YOU Harry Warren 1934
Box 1 I LOVE YOU BEST OF ALL Tell Taylor 1915
Box 1 I'M AFRAID OF YOU Albert Gumble 1910
Box 1 I'M CRYING JUST FOR YOU James Monaco 1913
Box 1 I'M DRIFTING BACK TO DREAMLAND Jack Sadler 1922
Box 1 I'M GOIN' TO MOBILE James White 1912
Box 1 I'M ON MY WAY TO DUBLIN BAY Stanley Murphy 1915
Box 2 I'M ON MY WAY TO MANDALAY Fred Fisher 1913
Box 2 I'M SORRY I MADE YOU CRY N. J. Clesi 1906
Box 2 IN A HORN B.R.H.,arr.
Box 2 IN DEAR OLD GEORGIA Robert Van Alstyne 1915
Box 2 INDIAN LOVE CALL R. Friml/H. Stothart 1924
Box 2 IN LOVELY MAY NIGHT A. Hennes
Box 2 IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE Egbert Van Alstyne 1905
Box 2 IN THE VALLEY OF THE MOON Jeff Branen 1913
Box 2 IRELAND MUST BE HEAVEN FOR MY MOTHER CAME FROM THERE J. McCarthy/H. Johnson 1916
Box 2 IRELAND IS  HEAVEN TO ME G. Griffin/C.Harrison 1923
Box 2 OVERTURE OF IRISH MELODIES R. L. Weaver 1909
Box 2 ISLE OF CAPRI Will Grosz 1934
Box 2 IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU B.G. DeSylva/L. Brown 1926
Box 2 IT'S NICE TO BE NICE TO A NICE LITTLE GIRL LIKE YOU Seymour Furth 1911
Box 2 I THOUGHT YOU DIDN'T CARE John Quinn 1897
Box 2 I'VE A LONGING IN MY HEART FOR YOU, LOUISE Chas. K. Harris 1900
Box 2 I WANT TO BE IN DIXIE Berlin/Snyder 1912
Box 2 I WANT TO HEAR A YANKEE DOODLE TUNE George M,. Cohan 1903
Box 2 I WATCH FOR THEE IN STARLESS NIGHT Alex D. Roche
Box 2 I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW Jos.E.Howard 1919
Box 2 I WISH I WAS IN DIXIE C. B. Grobe
Box 2 I WONDER WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH MY EYES Egbert Van Alstyne 1918
Box 2 JAMIE TRUE J. H. McNaughton
Box 2 JENNY LIND'S BIRD SONG W. Taubert 1851
Box 2 JERUSALEM Henry Parker
Box 2
Box 2 JUANITA T. J. May
Box 2 JUNE NIGHT A. Baer/C.Friend 1924
Box 2 JUST A BABY'S PRAYER AT TWILIGHT M. K. Jerome 1918
Box 2 JUST AFTER THE BATTLE George F. Root 1863
Box 2 FANTANA Raymond Hubbell 1914
Box 2 JUST ONE GIRL Lyn Udall 1898
Box 2 JUST TELL THEM THAT YOU SAW ME Paul Dresser 1894
Box 2 JUST TO HEAR YOU CALL ME DEAR Klem Trombley 1915
Box 2 KAFOOZLEUM F. Blume, arr. 1866
Box 2 KATHLEEN MAUVOURNEEN f. n. Crouch
Box 2
Box 2 KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING Ivor Novello 1914
Box 2 KISS ME, MY HONEY,KISS ME Ted Snyder 1910
Box 2 LA BALADINE Ch. B. Lysberg
Box 2 LA BELLE HELENE POLKA Augustus cull, arr. 1868
Box 2 LA CZARINE Louis Ganne 1897
Box 2 LADY BETTY Will Duncan Lamborne 1917
Box 2 LA GRACE DE CARTHAGENE Chas. Van Oeckelen 1868
Box 2 LAND WHERE LOVERS GO Carey Morgan 1910
Box 2 LAST NIGHT Halfdan Kjerulf
Box 2 LA MADONNA A. S. Sweet 1896
Box 2 LA PALOMA Yradier 1901
Box 2 THE LAUTERBACH MAIDEN R. Loffler
Box 2 LEONIE Jos. Clauder, arr. 1896
Box 2 LE SECRET Leonard Gautier
Box 2 LIFE ISN'T ALL ROSES ROSIE Seymour Furth 1911
Box 2 LILY OF THE VALLEY Sydney Smith
Box 2 LINDEN POLKA G. Koechig 1867
Box 2 LIST THEE DEAR LADY Chas. Heidelberg, arr.
Box 2 LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD Alice Hawthorne
Box 2 LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY Michael Nolan
Box 2 THE LITTLE ENSIGN Franz Bendel
Box 2 THE LITTLE FORD RAMBLED RIGHT ALONG Byron Gay 1914
Box 2 LITTLE GREY HOME IN THE WEST Hermann Lohr 1915
Box 2 THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE Irving Berlin 1930
Box 2 LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT E.Lindeman/C. Stutz 1854
Box 2 A LITTLE WHITE GARDENIA Sam Coslow 1935
Box 2 LONESOME LOVER Jimmie Monaco 1930
Box 2 LONG AGO J. Kern/I. Gershwin 1954
Box 2 LOVE AND DEVOTION Louis Drumheller 1917
Box 2 LOVE IN BLOOM Leo Robin/R.Rainger 1934
Box 2 LOVE-LAND Abe Holzmann 1905
Box 2 LOVE ME,AND THE WORLD IS MINE Ernest Ball 1916
Box 2 LOVE'S DREAMLAND Paul Rodney
Box 2 LOVE'S OLD SWEET SONG J.L. Molloy
Box 2 LOVINGTON GRAND MARCH Mrs. Kate Sharpes 1882
Box 2 LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR Charles Brunner 1869
Box 2 LUCKY MOON Geo. Stevens 1919
Box 2 MAIDEN'S PRAYER Tn. Badarzewska
Box 2 MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA Henry C. Work
Box 2 MARTHA Charles Brunner 1867
Box 2 MARY, I LOVE YOU Harry McNamara 1911
Box 2 MARY LOU A.Lyman/Geo. Waggner 1926
Box 2 MAY OF THE VALLEY A. Baumbach
Box 2 MAZIE A. Baldwin Sloane 1915
Box 2 MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS,LOUIS Kerry Mills 1904
Box 2 MEDOLOY IN F Anton Rubinstein
Box 2 MELODY OF LOVE H. Engelmann 1903
Box 2 ENGELMANN Geo. L. Spaudling 1914
Box 2 MEMORY LANE L. Spier/Con Conrad 1924
Box 2 MINUET DE MOZART Jules Schulhoff 1874
Box 2 MERRILY I ROAM Geo. Schleiffarth 1884
Box 2 MESSAGE OF LOVE James Magruder 1864
Box 2 THE MOONLIGHT,THE ROSE AND YOU Johann C. Schmid 1910
Box 2 THE METEOR MARCH Clarence Woods 1914
Box 2 MIA BELLA Otto Roeder
Box 2 MIGHTY LAK' A ROSE Ethelbert Nevin 1901
Box 2 MINUET IN G Ludwig von Beethoven 1918
Box 2 MINUET IN G (A Lantique) Ignace Paderewski
Box 2 MINE FOREVERMORE John Allen 1900
Box 2 MISSOURI WALTZ Frederic K. Logan,arr. 1914
Box 2 MOCKING BIRD E. Hoffman 1864
Box 2 MOLLIE POLKA R. J. McCormack 1870
Box 2 THE MONTHE OF JUNE IS A SONG OF LOVE Kahn & Leboy 1911
Box 2 MOONLIGHT Neil Moret 1914
Box 2 THE MONTPELIER POLKA Charles Hastings
Box 2 MOONLIGHT BAY Percy Wenrich 1912
Box 2 MOON, LOVELY MOON Bruno Granichstaedten 1918
Box 2 MOON WINKS George Stevens 1914
Box 2 LES CLOCHES DU MONASTERE ?
Box 2 MOSS ROSE POLKA Julius Becht 1868
Box 2 MOTHER Al Fredericks 1913
Box 2 MOUNTAIN BELLE SCHOTTISCH C. Kinkel 1853
Box 2 MUTT & JEFF SONG HITS Gene Emerson 1910
Box 2 MU FAITHFUL STRADIVARI Emmerich Kalman 1912
Box 2 MY HEART TELLS ME Harry Warren 1943
Box 2 MY LITTLE DREAM GIRL Anatol Friedland 1915
Box 2 MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME l.A. Drumheller, Op 62 1917
Box 2 MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME, GOOD-NIGHT Stephen C. Foster
Box 2 MY OWN UNITED STATES Julian Edwards 1919
Box 2 MY PEARL'S A BOWERY GIRL Andrew Mack 1894
Box 2 LOUISIANA LOU Ben M. Jerome 1911
Box 2 MY SOUTHERN ROSE Earl Taylor 1919
Box 2 MY SUMURUN GIRL Louis A. Hirsch 1912
Box 2 MY SWEET ADAIR l.w. Gilbert/A. Friedland 1915
Box 2 MY SWEETHEART LITTLE NELL Nat. S.Jerome 1906
Box 2 MY TONIA DeSylva/L.Brown 1928
Box 2 NAPANEE W.R. Williams 1906
Box 2 NARCISSUS Ethelbert Nevin 1891
Box 2 NAPOLL Leo Edwards 1915
Box 2 NATIONAL AIRS R. Keiser 1912
Box 2 THE NEWPORT C. A. Carr 1880
Box 2 NO ONE TO LOVE Charles Grobe 1861
Box 2 NO REST GALOP J.M. Lander 1867
Box 2 OH! SIGH NOT FOR ME DARLING H. Millard 1864
Box 2 OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL Nat D. Ayer 1911
Box 2 OLD FOLKS AT HOME j. Albert Snow. Arr. 1889
Box 2 OLD FOLKS AT HOME Stephen Foster
Box 2 OLD FOLKS AT HOME,TETHIOPIAN MELODY E.P. Christy 1851
Box 2 O HAPPY DAY! Carl Gotz
Box 2 OH PROMISE ME R. de Koven 1889
Box 2 ONE HEART,ONE SOUL Johann Strauss
Box 2 ONLY A PICTURE Henry F. Smith 1888
Box 2 ON THE ICE AT SWEET BRIAR Caroline Crawford 1910
Box 2 ON THE ROAD TO HOME SWEET HOME Egbert Van Alstyne 1917
Box 2 ON THE SHORES OF ITALY Jack Glogau 1914
Box 2 ON TO VICTORY Jerome Hartman 1913
Box 2 OUR GRANDFATHERS DAY Tony Pastor
Box 2 OUTWARD BOUND H. Engelmann 1913
Box 2 OVER THE WAVES Juventino Rosas
Box 2 ORVETTA WALTZ E.B. Spencer
Box 2 OXFORD MINUET Morley McLaughlin 1890
Box 2 PAINTING THAT MOTHER OF MINE F. Sturgis/L.W. Gilbert 1915
Box 2 PAOLA NOCTURNE J. Concone
Box 2 PARISIAN MAXINE E. Nazareth 1914
Box 2 PARTANT POUR LA SYRIE Michael Watson, arr.
Box 2 PASS UNDER THE ROD Mrs. Sue Ingersoll Scott
Box 2 PEACHES Seymour Furth 1911
Box 2 PEEK-A-BOO Wm. Scanlan 1881
Box 2 PEG O' MY HEART Fred.Fischer 1913
Box 2 PENSEE FUGITIVE W,. Bargiel 1879
Box 2 LA PERLE DE POLOGNE J. Ascher
Box 2 PHILOMEL POLKA Charles Kunkel 1870
Box 2 THE PIXIES' DRILL Arthur L. Brown 1899
Box 2 THE PIXIES' GOOD NIGHT SONG A.L. Brown 1916
Box 2 PLANTATION MELODIES Eugene Walter, arr. 1905
Box 2 PLAY THAT BARBER SHOP CHORD Lewis F. Muir 1910
Box 2 PLEASURES OF HOME Geo. Dutton,Jr., arr. 1855
Box 2 POLACCA BRILLANTE C. Bohm 1901
Box 2 POOR BUTTERFLY Raymond Hubbell 1916
Box 2 PRAY FOR THOSE AT SEA Honorable Mrs. Norton
Box 2 PRIDE OF AMERICA MARCH H.G. Verner 1896
Box 2 PRIDE OF THE BALL H.G. Verner 1894
Box 2 PUT ME IN MY LITTLE BED C.A. White 1870
Box 2 PUT ON YOUR OLD GREY BONNET Percy Wenrich 1919
Box 2 QUEEN OF THE NIGHT C.D. Blake 1893
Box 2 BEAUTIFUL CHIMES AT SUNSET Arthur Lange 1914
Box 2 QUI VIVE GALOP Wilhelm Ganz 1910
Box 2 RACKETY COO! Rudolf Friml 1915
Box 2 THE RAGTIME VIOLIN Irving Berlin 1911
Box 2 REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM Albert Gumble 1914
Box 2 RASTUS ON PARADE Kerry Mills 1895
Box 2 REMEMBRANCE Noel Johnson 1966
Box 2 ROCHESTER SCHOTTISCH W.H. Rulison 1866
Box 2 THE ROSARY Ethelbert Nevin 1898
Box 2 ROSE C. Bohm 1896
Box 2 ROSES BRING DREAMS OF YOU Herbert Ingraham 1908
Box 2 ROSES BLOOM FOR LOVERS Bruno Granichstaedten 1918
Box 2 ROSE PETALS Paul Lawson 1908
Box 2 ROSES OF PICARDY Haydn Wood 1916
Box 2 ROSE OF SHARON Archer Ballantine 1931
Box 2 ROSE OF TRALEE C.W.Glover/C.M. Spencer 1935
Box 2 THE RUN-A-WAY BEAR Edna Randolph Worrell 1918
Box 2 THE SACK WALTZ John A. Metcalf
Box 2 ST. ALBAN'S GRAND MARCH A.H. Rosewig 1879
Box 2 ST. PAUL WALTZ A.J. Vaas
Box 2 SAME SORT OF GIRL Jerome Kern 1914
Box 2 SCHOOL DAYS Cobb & Edwards
Box 2 THE SCHOOL MARM W.Wesley Wells 1899
Box 2 SERENADE Fr. Schubert
Box 2 SERENADE NAPOLITAINE G. Merola 1902
Box 2 THE SHADE OF THE PALM Leslie Stuart 1900
Box 2 SHADES OF NIGHT A. Friedland/M.Franklin 1916
Box 2 SHADOWS ON THE WATER Aug. Loumey 1893
Box 2 SHELLS OF OCEAN Chl Grobe 1883
Box 2 THE SHOWER OF PEARLS j. Albert Snow. Arr. 1903
Box 2 SILBERWELLEN Ida Prade 1894
Box 2 THE BROKEN HEART WALTZ John Truax 1866
Box 2 SILVER STREAM Henri Bollman 1867
Box 2 SILVERY WAVES A.P. Wyman
Box 2 SIMPLE CONFESSION Francis Thome 1894
Box 2 SINCE YOU CALLED ME SWEETHEART F.Henri Klickmann 1911
Box 2 THE HEART BREAKERS Harold Orlob 1911
Box 2 SING ME THE ROSARY F. Henri Klickmann 1913
Box 2 SMILIN' THROUGH Arthur A. Penn 1919
Box 2 GEN. PERSIFER SMITH'S GRAND MARCH T.J. Martin
Box 2 SMOKY MOKES A. Holzmann 1899
Box 2 SNOOPY VS,THE RED BARON P.Gernhard/D.Holler 1966
Box 2 SOMETHING Rudolf Friml 1912
Box 2 SOMEWHERE A HEART IS CALLING Leo Friedman 1917
Box 2 LION DU BAL Ernest Gillet
Box 2 SOUNDS FROM THE OHIO Karl Merz
Box 2 SOUNDS OF LONG AGO L.C. Noles 1877
Box 2 A SOUTHERN DREAM Harry J. Lincoln 1915
Box 2 SOUVENIR D.AMITIE Henri Bollman 1868
Box 2 SPINNING WHEEL Anton Schmoll
Box 2 SPIRIT OF AMERICA J.S. Zamecnik 1917
Box 2 SPLASH!SPLASH!SPLASH! Billy J. Vanderveer 1911
Box 2 SPRING DAWN William Mason 1861
Box 2 SPRING FLOWERS Niels W. Gade 1881
Box 2 MENDELSSOHN'S SPRING SONG Felix Mendelssohn
Box 2 STAR OF THE SEA Amanda Kennedy 1893
Box 2 STARS & STRIPES FOREVER John Philip Sousa 1897
Box 2 THE STEEPLE CHASE Harry J. Lincoln 1914
Box 2 THE STIRRUP CUP D. Krug
Box 2 THE STRANGER'S STORY E.T. Paull 1895
Box 2 THE STORM Henry Weber
Box 2 THE STORY OF A ROSE Lem Trombley 1912
Box 2 SUDDENLY IT'S SPRING Lady in the Dark 1953
Box 2 SUNSHINE Libbie Erickson 1916
Box 2 SUNSHINE OF LOVE Julius Becht 1868
Box 2 SUNSHINE SCHOTTISCH Sep. Winner
Box 2 SWANEE RAG Chas. L. Johnson 1912
Box 2 SWEET BY-AND-BY J.P. Webster
Box 2 SWEET GENEVIEVE Henry Tucker 1869
Box 2 SWEET MISS MARY W.H. Neidlinger 1916
Box 2 SWEET SIXTEEN C. Kinkel 1872
Box 2 THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD R.M. Stults 1892
Box 2 THE SWITZER'S DREAM HOME Adolph Baumbach 1855
Box 2 SYMPATHY Rudolf Friml 1912
Box 2 TAKE IT HOME,GIVE IT TO BABY William Furst
Box 2 TAKE ME BACK TO THE GARDEN OF LOVE Nat. Osborne 1911
Box 2 TAKE YOUR GUN AND GO, JOHN H.T. Merrill 1862
Box 2 TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME Leo Friedman 1911
Box 2 TENDRESSE J.A. Pacher. Op.69
Box 2 TENNESSEE WALTZ R. Stewart/PeeWee King 1948
Box 2 THAT LITTLE GIRL I ONCE CALLED MINE Jos. Clauder,arr. 1900
Box 2 THATLOVIN' TRAUMEREI Aubrey Stauffer 1910
Box 2 THAT MISSISSIPPI MOOCH Tom Sherman 1910
Box 2 THE DAY SPIRITS George Linley 1851
Box 2 THE MURMUR OF THE SHELL Honorable Mrs. Morton
Box 2 THE SONG OF THE ROBIN George W. Warren 1867
Box 2 THERE'S A LONG,LONG TRAIL Stoddard King 1914
Box 2 THERE'S A MOTHER OLD AND GRAY George Diamond 1911
Box 2 THERE'S A RAINBOW ROUND MY Al Jolson/Billy Rose 1928
Box 2 THERESEN-WALZER Carl Faust
Box 2 THEY ALL SING ANNIE LAURIE F. Henri Klickmann 1915
Box 2 THEY GOTTA QUIT KICKIN' MY DAWG AROUN' Cy Perkins 1912
Box 2 THINE OWN G. Lange
Box 2 THREE LITTLE VIOLETS WALTZ Chas. D. Blank 1878
Box 2 TILL THE SANDS OF THE DESERT GROW COLD Ernest R. Ball 1911
Box 2 THEY SLEEP IN THE SOUTH Chas. H. Levering 1864
Box 2 THE MIDNIGHT HOUR ?
Box 2 TO THE EVENING STAR Richard Wagner
Box 2 I'LL BE IN MY DIXIE HOME AGAIN Roy Turk/J.R. Robinson 1922
Box 2 TOO LATE,TOO LATE,YE CANNOT ENTER NOW Miss M. Lindsay
Box 2 TOO MUCH GINGER Joseph M. Daly 1913
Box 2 TOOT,TOOT,TOOTSIE G.Kahn/E.Erdman 1922
Box 2 TRAUMEREI R. Schuman 1917
Box 2 TRES MOUTARDE Cecil Macklin 1909
Box 2 CAN'T STOP Pete Washington 1913
Box 2 THE LONE STAR Cecil Fletcher 1974
Box 2 A GREAT SCOUT NAMED BUFFALO BILL Cecil Fletcher 1975
Box 2 MISSISSIPPIE BELLE MARCH Henrietta M. Bley 1903
Box 2 TRIPOLI Irving Weill 1920
Box 2 TULIP POLKA Heinrich Lichner
Box 2 THE TYROLESE AND HIS CHILD Philip Lange
Box 2 THE TWILIGHT Harry Armstrong 1905
Box 2 A TWILIGHT IDYL P.A. Schnecker 1902
Box 2 TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE Charles Graham 1893
Box 2 TWO LITTLE LOVE BEES Heinrich Reinhardt 1909
Box 2 ON THE BEAUTIFUL MISSISSIPPI WALTZ C. Friedrichsen
Box 2 UNDER THE DAISIES H. Millard 1865
Box 2 UNDER THE DOUBLE EAGLE J.F. Wagner 1907
Box 2 WHY PADDY'S ALWAYS POOR W.J. Scanlan 1896
Box 2 WOMAN'S HEART Eduard Holst 1885
Box 2 WHILE THE DANCE GOES ON Chas. K.Harris 1894
Box 2 WHISPERINGS OF LOVE C. Kinkel 1914
Box 2 IOWA CORN SONG Edward Riley
Box 2 WHO? Jerome Kern 1925
Box 2 THE WITCHES FLIGHT H.M. Russell 1875
Box 2 WHERE THE BLACK-EYED SUSANS GROW Richard Whiting 1917
Box 2 WHEN THE HARVEST MOON IS SHINING ON THE RIVER S.R. Henry 1904
Box 2 WHEN THE LEAVES BEGIN TO TURN Chas. D. Blake 1879
Box 2 STEP THIS WAY Bert Grant 1916
Box 2 WHEN YOU & I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE J.A. Butterfield 1924
Box 2 WHEN I GATHERED THE MYRTLE WITH MARY 1910
Box 2 WHEN I'M ALONE I'M LONESOME Irving Berlin 1911
Box 2 WHEN SHADOWS FALL E. Clinton Keithley 1916
Box 2 WHEN THAT MIDNIGHT CHOO,CHOO,LEAVES ALABAM Irving Berlin 1912
Box 2 THE WEE HOUSE MANG THE HEATHER F. Elton/H.Lauder 1912
Box 2 WHEN A MAID COMES KNOCKING AT YOUR HEART Rudolf Friml 1912
Box 2 WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE W. Hein/Roy Webb 1913
Box 2 WEDDING MARCH Mendelssohn
Box 2 THE WEARING OF THE GREEN T.H. Glenney 1908
Box 2 WE ARE ALMOST THERE I.B. Woodbury 1847
Box 2 DIE STILLE WASSERROSE Alexander von Fielitz
Box 2 WATCHING AND WAITING P.P. Bliss 1876
Box 2 WHAT DOES IT MATTER? Irving Berlin 1927
Box 2 WARBLING AT EVE B. Richards 1907
Box 2 WALLFLOWER SWEET Leo Fall
Box 2 VIRGINIA LEE Arthur Lange 1915
Box 2 VALSE LENTE Leo Delibes 1882
Box 2 WAITING FOR THE ROBERT E.lEE Lewis Muir 1912
Box 2 WON'T YOU BE MY SWEETHEART H.C. Verner 1893
Box 2 YOU'LL NEVER KNOW Harry Warren 1943
Box 2 WHEN THE BOYS COME HOME Oley Speaks 1917
Box 2 YEARS,YEARS AGO Leo  Friedman 1911
Box 2 YOU ARE MY ROSE OF ROSES Tom Sherman 1911
Box 2 YOU CAN'T EXPECT KISSES FROM ME Rubey Cowan 1911
Box 2 YOU'RE AS WELCOME AS THE FLOWERS IN MAY Dan J. Sullivan 1852
Box 2 YOU'RE STILL AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE Richard Whiting 1918
Box 2 YOU CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT A GIRL Geo. Beech 1911
Box 2 HAVE A HEART Jerome Kern 1916
Box 2 YUBA DAM GALLOP J.A.Mayer 1868
Box 2 WHERE THE RIVER SHANNON FLOWS James Russell 1910
Box 2 WHO ARE YOU WITH TONIGHT William VanAlstyne 1910
Box 2 WHY NOT Nicholas Hall 1912
Box 2 THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR THE SUNRISE Ernest Seitz 1910
Box 2 DAVENPORT SCHOTTISCH Charles P. Burr 1858
Box 2 THE KAISER'S DEAD MARCH Lt.Elmer Kyle/E.Swindell 1917
Box 2 GOLD SEAL MARCH Ernst Otto 1904
Box 2 YOU LIE A.Roberts/B.Fischer 1990
Box 2 GENERAL GRANT'S GRAND MARCH E.Mack 1862
Box 2 STATION W-O-C Nat Ozmon 1923
Box 2 MOLINE STRET FAIR MARCH A.C. Woodyatt 1899
Box 2 OUR DAVENPORT Ernst Otto 1916
Box 2 MEIN ENGEL HUTE DEIN ?
Box 2 LIEB SEELCHEN LASS DAS FRAGEN SEIN ?
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