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Council Bluffs Changing Scene--On De. 15, 1908, it was Omaha Day at the National Horticultural Congress being held at the Council Bluffs Auditorium. Note the autos of those day, the wooden bridge across Indian Creek, at right, and fancy trim on theā€¦

Indian Creek . . . reflects little activity from the spring thaw. Here, at Second Ave., only a shallow stream cuts a path through ice and snow.

Hold It, Mr. can't jump out of Indian Creek. The deer and his companion find this out as they get an escorted tour through the creek and out of town. A pair of unidentified hersdmen help show the way.

January 2000 Historical Society newsletter.

Indian Creek postcard

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Photograph of Indian Creek east of North 3rd.

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Photograph of Indian Creek Channel Construction, Ground Breaking, March 2, 1936. George Steinberg (with shovel) and Sam Green (identified by X).

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Indian Creek Construction, Ground breaking, March 2, 1936. George Steinberg (with shovel) adn Sam Green (identified by X)

The meandering deer wandered into town late in the afternoon and wound up in Indian Creek near Sixth Avenue.
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