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Nine postcards of Council Bluffs monuments

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Photograph of the Soldiers Monument (Kinsman Monument) at Fairview Cemetery.

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Photograph of the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial, "Black Angel" at Fairview Cemetery.

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Photograph of the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial, "Black Angel" at Fairview Cemetery.

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Postcard of the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial, "Black Angel" at Fairview Cemetery.

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Photograph of the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial, "Black Angel" at Fairview Cemetery.

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Photograph of the Ruth Anne Dodge Memorial "Black Angel" at Fairview Cemetery in Council Bluffs.

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Photograph of the Lincoln Monument, Council Blufs, IA after renovation, July 1966.

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Historic sites -- Iowa -- Council Bluffs.
Memorials -- Iowa -- Council Bluffs.
Monuments -- Iowa -- Council Bluffs.
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.
Council Bluffs (Iowa) -- History -- 1900-1950.
Council Bluffs (Iowa) -- History -- Photographs.

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Photograph of plaque on the Lincoln Memorial, Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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Photograph of the Kinsman Monument, Fairview Cemetery, Council Bluffs (Iowa).

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J. R. Perkins broadcasting at the dedication of the Golden Spike, just before the program proper. Telling the crowd about the historical setting.

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Photograph of a girl looking at the Lewis and Clark Memorial in Council Bluffs (Iowa).

Printed on back of image: "History Lesson: Sneak day student visiting Lewis and Clark Memorial."

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Photograph of Herbert Hoover with J.R. Perkins at the Lincoln Memorial, Feb. 1940.

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Postcard. Golden Spike, Council Bluffs Iowa. "Rearing its head 56 feet into the is this huge concrete replica of a railroad spike, located at the zero-zero mile post of the Union Pacific. A large bronze plaque marks forever the fact that this city is…