Photo Inventory: K

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INVENTORY

Keating Site Collection, XL
Date: 1948
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 19 negatives, and 2 corresponding prints, which document the Keating archeological excavation.
 
 

INVENTORY

Keokuk Power Dam Collection XIX
Dates: 1913
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 30 good quality 8 x 10 sepia tone photographs documenting construction work on the Keokuk Power Dam at Keokuk, Iowa. Central Engineering Company of Davenport, Iowa was contracted for construction of this hydroelectric dam and lock system.
 
Folder 1 Inventory
Folder 2, 3 Photographs
 
 

INVENTORY

Kircher Collection, XVI
Inclusive dates: c. 1890-1920
Scope Notes: This small collection of 6 original photographs documents late-nineteenth-century home interiors and clothing style of a middle-class German-American family in Davenport, Iowa. The Matilda Kircher home was at 1017 Main St. (1888-89 city directory).
 
 

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Klenze Family Collection, 1963-134
Inclusive dates: ca. 1860-1915
Scope Notes: This small collection consists of 8 photographs depicting Klenze Bros. Drug Store, the Klenze home in Davenport, family portraits (taken in Germany and in America) and portraits of Martin Hansen and Marie Klenze Hickey
 
 

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Knox Collection, XVII
Inclusive dates: c. 1865-1913
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 36 photographs, primarily portraits, housed in a brown leather photograph album which belonged to Mary E. Knox. Some photos are of Davenport area people; however, many are of easterners.
 
Page:
 
1. Unidentified woman and man
2. Mrs. John Culbertson (tintype)
3. Mrs. (Rev.) Frederick Shearer [2nd wife] (tintype)
4. Nancy Culbertson Stake
5. Samuel Culbertson
6.
7.
8.
9. Richard Lindsay
10. Harriet? Mary Shields
11. Rev. John Witherson?
12. Dr. Thomas Galt?
13. Rev. [C.W.] Smith
14.
15. Unidentified man
16. Bernice and Ruby Osborn (children)
17.
18. Horace Wyckoff
19. Martha Culbertson Wyckoff
20. Culbertson Wyckoff
21. Mary Tait & Lizzie Knox (tintype)
22. (Hon.) James Marshall
23. Rachel Knox Marshall
24. John Knox Marshall
25. Mary Marshall White
26. Samuel Marshall
27. Miss Rebecca Marshall (tintype)
28. Johnston Rankin
29. Elizabeth Knox Rankin
30. Kate Knox Harner?
31. Mrs. John Knox
32. Mrs. Jerry Rankin
33.
34. Mrs. Rebecca McIlheny?
35. “Becky” Culbertson
36. Wm. Witherson? & Virginia Knox
37. Nancy Boyd
38. Samuel Knox Boyd
39. Maj. Charles McLean Knox
40. John Haines? Knox
 
 
Loose photographs
 
Unidentified woman
Grave stone for John Dunham Osborn & Harriet Culbertson Osborn
 
 

INVENTORY

Kohrs Packing Co. Collection, XVIII [F680]
Inclusive dates:  ?  [c.1910-1920?]
 
Photographs*
1. Left: Joe Diedrich
Note: Can crimping machine – used to seal 50 lb. cans of lard.
2. Left: Conrad Kohrs
Note: Curing vats of various diameters and heights were custom made to fit space.
3. Left: #1 Fred DeLapp
Cutting floor – Note handsaws
4. From left: 3 – Henry Kohrs Sr.
      4 – W.H. Gehrmann
Steam sausage stuffer suspended from ceiling. Note wooden stuffing table – tin top. Most containers used were wooden barrels and wooden tubs. Smoke house racks were wood. Smoke stocks were taken off racks by hand and hung on brackets in smoke house.
5. From left: #4 Henry Kohrs Jr.
    #5 Conrad Kohrs
 
All meat had to be manhandled. 
 
6. From left: Goetsh
      John Bequhn
Dry salt cellar in first concrete building erected in 1912. Note tin pans under refrigerating piping over aisle.
7. Open air hog chill room – No insulation since hogs were chilled by opening windows.
8. Right: John Bequhn 
 
Note – various sized curing tubs. All cures of ham and bacon were sweet pickle except meat to go south. Meat for southern trade was “Dry Salt.” Very heavily salted, loaded on packet steamers for shipping. Not refrigerated boats. In south, Dry Salt was stored in open on boat docks until delivered to plantations.
 
Curing Vats – At one time in 1915 there were vats from 4 different local packers who had gone out of business. Also, individual vats were built to fit individual areas – There was no standard spacing of columns. 
 
9. Center: Morris Thompson
10. Left: Morris Thompson
Note power shaft hung from ceiling.
11. On right: Henry Wohnrade
12. From left:  1 – Joe Kolar 
    2 – Ben Wichelman
13. Note – Only equipment on cutting floor was belly roller in background.
14. Note: Shipping Room cooler – All wood racks. This was first concrete construction about 1912. Overhead pipe above deck for circulation. Note frost on bottom deck. As of this date, whole pork shoulders were sold to butcher shops and cut up in the shop.
15. Note: Sausage and ham cooking vats originally all wood. Jacketed kettle in foreground added about 1910.
16. On right: Frank Kohrs 
Note: Wrapped hams hanging from ceiling were cured – smoked – wrapped in absorbent paper – again wrapped in parchment and sewed in cotton bags – then dipped in glue and kept without refrigeration for months.
 
Sixteen 4 x 5 copy negatives, one 8 x 10, one 5 x 7
*No prints in File
 
Subject Cross Reference
Business & Industry – Employees
Business & Industry – Meat Packing
 

 

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Kremheller Collection 1991-113
Dates: c. 1913-1920
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 258 black & white photographic images (snap shots) glued in 1 photograph album. These images document many social activities of a young Davenport woman in the pre-World War I era.
 
Folder 1
Inventory, list of subject cross references by page number.
 
Album
Portraits:
p.8 Kennedy, Bill
p.9 Wicker, Ed
p.10, 12 Speth, Anna
p.21 Stolenber?, Henrietta
p.26 Carter, Esther
p.30 Widdington, Arch (and children)
p.38, 65 Kremheller, Grace (Nordstom)
p.49 Struve, Edna
p.61 Johnson, Irene
p.66 Johnson, Edna
 
Cross references:
p.1 Houses & Households – Urban – Exterior – Identified
Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.2 Parks & Park Recreation – Misc
p.3 Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.4 Groups – Unidentified
Social Life & Customs – Pets
p.5 Social Life & Customs – Pets
pp.6, 7 Business & Industry – Employees
Business & Industry – Office Interiors
p.8 Business & Industry – Employees 
Business & Industry – Construction 
p.11 Churches & Religion – Presbyterian – Individual Churches – Davenport
Recreation – Picnics 
p.14 Recreation – Camping & “Outings”
Recreation – Picnics
p.18 Houses & Households -- Chores
Recreation – Children’s Activities
Recreation – Winter
Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.20 Social Live & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.23 Houses & Households – Special Types – Log
Parks & Park Recreation – Fejevary
Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.24 Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
Sports – Misc
p.25 Social Life & Customs – Parties
p.26 Houses & Households – Domestic Chores
p.27 Recreation – Gambling
Social Life & Customs – Parties
p.29 Boats & Boating – Recreational & Pleasure
Houses & Households – Domestic Chores
p.32 Churches & Religion – Presbyterian – Individual Churches –Davenport
Social Life & Customs – Clothing – 1850-1919
p.33 Social Life & Customs – Friendship
Social Life & Customs – Pets
p.34 Military & War – Monuments
Military & War – War of 1812
Monuments & Markers – Misc.
Parks & Park Recreation – Campbell’s Island
p.39 Recreation – Picnics
p.48 Houses & Households – Urban – Exterior – Identified
p.49 Medicine – Nursing
p.54 Recreation – Swimming
p.57 Social Life & Customs – Friendship
p.58 Social Life & Customs – Friendship
 
 

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Bill Krenz Collection 1981-90
Inclusive dates: ca. 1890-1955
Scope Notes: This collection consists of 26 photographs, primarily promotional, pertaining to the music career of Davenport native Bill Krenz. 2 printed souvenir albums commemorate “Don McNeill’s Breakfast Club” radio program.
 
Folder 1 Inventory, copy negatives
Folder 2
Portraits: Bill Krenz (10)
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. C. Krenz (1)
Jean Goldkette (1)
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Jordan [Fibber McGee & Molly] (1)
Group portrait – Krenz Family (1)
Folder 3 Misc. subjects: radio, bands, etc. (10 prints from donation, 6 additional copy prints)
Folder 4 2 souvenir albums
 
 

INVENTORY

Kresse Collection 1996-181
Date: 1906-1942
Scope Notes: This collection consists of four 4 x 5 copy negatives, four 4x5 copy prints and one 8 x 10 copy print (a duplicate of one of the 4 x 5s) made from photographs in the possession of donor Elaine Kresse. These images are associated with artifacts in this accession. 
 
Donor's husband is Sam Kresse. George Ochsner is Sam's uncle. Chester Kresse is Sam's father. Chet worked in the garage in Muscatine when Sam was born.
 
See Permission for Reproduction of Photographs form in accession file.
 
Image Description
Portrait of George Ochsner, age 5 or 6, c. 1906-07
Chester (Chet) Kresse in his auto repair garage on Mulberry Avenue, Muscatine, IA, c. 1930
Portrait of Elaine Kresse, age 2, standing on table, wearing dress in collection 1996.181.5
Group portrait of Walnut Hill School children, [Davenport], c. 1912
 
Subject Cross Reference
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--GARAGE
GROUPS—IDENTIFIED
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION—MISC.
PORTRAIT—KRESSE, ELAINE
PORTRAIT—OCHSNER, GEORGE
 
 

INVENTORY

KWQC-TV6  1997-08
Dates c. 1920 - 1990
Scope Notes: This collection contains items related to the history of station KWQC-TV6, formerly WOC-TV, in Davenport including 298 photographs, a brochure and biographical information on a few station employees.  Since most images related to the subject COMMUNICATIONS--TELEVISION, an itemized list of print numbers for this subject is not included in the cross reference.
 
Folder 1 - inventory, gift objects form, description of photographs with dates, copy negatives
Folder 2 - Prints 1 - 291
Folder 3 - Photocopies of prints on archival paper
Folder 4 - Booklet "Good Things Happen for You on WOC-TV6" including prints 292-298
Folder 5 - WOC Programming and Advertisement
Folder 6 - Warren Vasen Biographical information
Folder 7 - Pat Sundine biographical information
Folder 8 - Jack Thomsen biographical information
Folder 9 - Ed Zack biographical information
Folder 10 - list of former WOC-TV employees
Folder 11 - WOC history information, mainly news releases
 
SUBJECT CROSS REFERENCE
 
BOATS & BOATING--SHORELINES (273, 286, 288)
BRIDGES--CENTENNIAL (275, 276, 282, 289, 290)
BRIDGES--I-74 (274, 277, 284, 291, 287)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--ADVERTISEMENTS (7, 8, 56-63, 71, 95, 101-110, 129, 158, 208, 
209-219, 227, 229, 252, 296-298)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--AUTOMOBILES (196, 222, 225)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BANKING (56-60, 63, 71)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--BREWING & BOTTLING (101-110, 158, 227)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FUEL (55, 61, 62)
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY--FURNITURE & APPLIANCES (220, 221)
COMMUNICATION--RADIO (2, 3, 27, 28, 77, 79)
COMMUNICATION--TELEVISION
DAMS (278, 279)
ENTERTAINMENT & AMUSEMENT--FAIRS--MISSISSIPPI VALLEY (131, 142, 250)
FARMS & FARMING--MISC (238-244)
FARMS & FARMING--SPECIAL TYPES--LIVESTOCK (233)
HOLIDAYS & CELEBRATIONS--FESTIVALS--BIX (223)
HOSPITALS--ST LUKES (187, 188, 192)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--DOMESTIC CHORES (129, 146, 163-65)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--HOME FURNISHINGS (128, 163-165)
HOUSES & HOUSEHOLDS--URBAN--IDENTIFIED (4)
MUSIC--BANDS (9, 16, 234, 246, 249, 252, 253)
MUSIC--CHORUSES & SINGERS (15, 112-120, 123-127, 261, 262)
MUSIC--INSTRUMENTS (9, 16, 112-127, 234, 253)
ORGANIZATIONS & CLUBS--SALVATION ARMY (253, 254)
PARKS & RECREATION--LECLAIRE (19, 130, 132, 204, 205)
RECREATION--CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES (130, 132, 142, 143, 198-205)
SCHOOL & EDUCATION--CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES (111)
SCHOOL & EDUCATION--TEACHERS (111)
SOCIAL LIFE & CUSTOMS--WEDDINGS (270)
SPORTS--BOWLING (95)
SPORTS--MISC (29, 133, 134)
CITIES--DAVENPORT--MISC (273, 286, 288)
CITIES--MOLINE--BIRDS EYE & AERIAL VIEWS (281, 183, 185)
PORTRAIT--ATKINS, TOM (15)
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BAILEY, BILL (24, 156, 293)
--BAUMAN, JOHN (21, 22, 284)
--BENJAMIN, RICK (38)
--BLAIR, DON (34)
--BOHL, DON (147)
--BOLLER, WALLY (158, 292)
--BROWN, BOB (47, 228, 229)
--CARSON, JOHNNY (178)
--CHORIN, TOM (44)
--CORBIN, MIKE (41)
--COLLINS, JOHN (39, 44, 223)
--D'AMBROSIA, EUGENIA (44)
--DILGER, HELEN (159-165)
--EDKIN, DR. FORREST (15)
--EDWARDS, RALPH (179-193)
--FISHCER, JIM (35)
--FORREST, EDDIE (15)
--FRANK, NORIDA (146)
--FREBURG, CHARLIE (151)
--GELMS, BOB (79)
--GILLONS, JIM (25)
--GIELOW, VERN (17)
--GORHAM, BARBARA (135, 136, 142)
--GRESS, BILL (228)
--HART, HALL (150)
--HOLLY, WES (6-9)
--JONES, SHIRLEY (31)
--KANE, PHIL (148)
--KING, CHARLES (295)
--KORN, GWEN (137-139)
--LENSE, MARCIA (38)
--MCGUIRE, RICK (31)
--MCMAHON, ED (178)
--MCMAHON, PAT (268, 269)
--MCQUEEN, KEN (33)
--MEINERT, MARJORIE (112-127)
--MIMMS, ERNIE (26)
--O'DELL, SPIKE (78)
--O'HARA, JIM (36)
--PALMER, DANIEL DAVID (1)
--PLAGMAN, HELEN (166)
--RAY, RUSS (40)
--PARKER, TOM (195, 227)
--RENO, WALT (14, 144, 145)
--RHYNE, DON (37, 44, 157)
--RIPSON, SHELDON (32)
--RUSSELL, MARK (177)
--SANDS, PAULA (40)
--SCOTT, DONNA (143)
--SONTAG, GEORGE (112-115)
--STEVENS, BETTY (153)
--SUNDINE, PAT (128-134)
--SYDNEY, BOB (42)
--THOMSEN, JACK (48-77)
--VAGENAS, PETE (10)
--VASEN, WARREN (149)
--WAGNER, KEN (18)
--WILKIE, WENDELL (152)
--ZINGA, ANDREA (45)
--ZACK, ED (80-111)
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