Browse Items (214 total) for Des Moines University Historic Photograph Collection

Built in 1910, this house on 37th Street is still standing. It was home to the Strauss family. Mrs. Strauss was the widow of Moses Strauss, the president of the State Saving Bank.

This house on 37th Street was built in 1905 and was home to Charles Prouty. Mr. Charles Prouty was the secretary and treasurer of Prouty Bowler Soap Co. and Poncele Water Co. The house is now owned by Drake University and is home to the university's…

The Hyperion Field and Motor Club was organized January 25, 1900. The athletic club was added in 1904 with activities such as golf, tennis and archery. The clubhouse was dedicated in 1909 and razed in 1972.

The Hyperion Field and Motor Club was organized January 25, 1900. The athletic club was added in 1904 with activities such as golf, tennis and archery. The clubhouse was dedicated in 1909 and razed in 1972.

View looks east across the Des Moines River. visible are the Locust Street Bridge and the Grand Street Bridge. across the river is the Municipal Building, Waterbury Chemical Co., and the State Capitol in the distance. The Municipal Building and…

This house on Grand Avenue was built in 1912 and is still standing. It was the home of Oscar Lofquist. Mr. Lofquist was the proprietor of Lofquist Importing Tailor.

This house on 37th Street was built in 1910 and is still standing. It was the home of Charles S. Denman and his wife Anna. Mr. Denman was the secretary and general manager of the Des Moines Water Works Company.

The Hyperion Field and Motor Club was organized January 25, 1900. The athletic club was added in 1904 with activities such as golf, tennis and archery. The clubhouse was dedicated in 1909 and razed in 1972.

Mr. Cownie was the president of the J H Cownie Glove Company. The house is no longer standing. Current site of The College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery.

This house on Ingersoll Avenue was the home of Dr. W. W. Pearson. Dr. Pearson was a physician. The house is no longer standing. Current site of an apartment building.