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Cedar Rapids Public Library, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
"A happy New Year, a futurist I, a merry seer," 1912
Max Scheer was a Jewish tailor in Cedar Rapids, orignally from Poland. His wife Libbie Harris Scheer was born in Iowa of Russian Jewish parents. Bella Louise, their daughter, graduated from Coe College in 1935.
Ida M. Belcher in long white gown on 2nd Avenue bridge, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1917
Ida M. Belcher standing on 2nd Avenue bridge wearing a long gown and long fur coat, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1917
"The maid looked demure yet smiled in his eyes," August 2, 1909
Students exiting high school building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1910s
Message on back from Katie Reiss to unidentified recipient.
Old Ladies' Home, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, February 7, 1911
Message on back from Emma addressed to Mrs. Jarohnier Buresh.
Children playing at Riverside playground, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jun. 26, 1912
Home for Aged Women, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, December 5, 1907
Message on back to Mrs. Walter Wren.
People seated in horse-drawn wagon, Cedar Rapids?, Iowa, 1910s
Seven women, man, and boy seated in a wagon with three benches, drawn by two horses. A woman holds the reins. A woman stands on the edge of the road with a bicycle beyond the horses.