Browse Items (37 total) for Iowa Capitol Complex in 1913 and 2010

The Iowa Capitol and Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument were surrounded by an older residential neighborhood in need of repair during the early part of the 20th Century.

Here is the Iowa Capitol and Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in 2010 showing green spaces. There are no longer residential areas or businesses in the immediate vicinity of the Capitol.

This is another view south of the Capitol showing a rundown neighborhood. The Iowa Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is hidden by the buildings on the left.

The white stone monument to the left and south of the Capitol is the Iowa Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in 2010. To the right is the William Boyd Allison monument which is just south of the Soldiers And Sailors monument. William Allison was a…

Here is another view of the dilapidated buildings located south of the Capitol and Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.

This 2010 photograph shows the beautiful green space south of the Capitol. You can see the tall Soldiers' and Sailors' monument south of the Capitol. To the right of that is the William Boyd Allison Memorial. To the far right stands the Christopher…

This shows a very rundown area south of the Capitol. The Capitol and Solders' and Sailors' Monument can be seen from here.

In the distance is the Iowa Capitol and Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument. The Allison Monument is to the east of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, but is hidden by the hill. This photo was taken down near the railroad tracks.

The railroad tracks in the foreground south of the Capitol used to carry passenger trains and those passing by could look up the hill for a glimpse of the Capitol. It was a very rundown area at the time. Plans were being made to buy the areas around…

This is a view taken in front of the old railroad tracks south of the Capitol in 2010. A small forested area replaces the once barren grounds and the Capitol. The hill above the trees is too tall for the Capitol to be seen past the trees.