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Fitzgerald's canoe dock, The University of Iowa, May 1948
View looking northwest on Iowa River. Art Building in background.
Iowa River, Iowa City, Iowa, between 1930 and 1950
View looking south from Park Bridge.
University Hospital, The University of Iowa, 1940s
View looking southeast. Medical Laboratories Building on left is east of University Hospital, at center. Quadrangle residence hall is visible in upper left, and Field House in upper right.
West campus, Iowa City, Iowa, between 1942 and 1945.
View looking north. University Hospital, Medical Laboratories Building, Quadrangle residence hall, Field House with attached Armory. Athletic track and ball fields on left.
Art Building and Iowa River, The University of Iowa, ca. 1940
View looking west. In background, Westlawn on left and Law Commons on right.
Iowa Memorial Union Pedestrian Bridge, Iowa City, Iowa, 1940s
Art Building in background. Gardens on east bank of Iowa River.
Lawn in front of Iowa Memorial Union, Iowa City, Iowa, July 20, 1944
This green space south of IMU is now called Hubbard Park. Iowa Memorial Union Pedestrian Bridge visible in background. A stage is visible on left.
Pedestrians on a snowy Pentacrest, The University of Iowa, March 1948
View looking west. People traverse campus in the snow. Old Capitol in background.
Snow on Pentacrest on Clinton Street, Iowa City, Iowa, November 10, 1947
View looking north on Clinton Street. Pentacrest fence visible on left of sidewalk.
Pentacrest, The University of Iowa, 1940s
View looking east across Iowa River. This photograph was produced with infrared film. Foliage reflects infrared radiation, so appears white, while water absorbs infrared radiation, and appears dark.