Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back


Power Dam on Mississippi River
Title:
Power Dam on Mississippi River
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Site of the World's Largest Street Fair held annually in early July. The six-day Jaycee sponsored exposition in the heart of the downtown business district is highlighted by the free appearance of "Name" entertainment and features a variety of exhibits, special events, and a nine-block midway.


Birge Fountain, Rand Park
Title:
Birge Fountain, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-5

Description:
The Albertype Co.



Main Street showing Statue of General Curtis
Title:
Main Street showing Statue of General Curtis
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-5


71 lbs - 4' 9" long Fulton Cat displayed by three men - caught by Ned. 7/22/1908
Title:
71 lbs - 4' 9" long Fulton Cat displayed by three men - caught by Ned. 7/22/1908
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo PM 1908 Jul-28



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused


St. John's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. John's Episcopal Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1915 Feb-5



Mississippi River Power Development
Title:
Mississippi River Power Development
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back

Description:
Building the hydro-electric dam.


St. Peter's Catholic Church
Title:
St. Peter's Catholic Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused



Power Dam, Mississippi River
Title:
Power Dam, Mississippi River
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border unused


National Carbide Corp.
Title:
National Carbide Corp.
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo unused



Power House and Dam
Title:
Power House and Dam
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo PM 1941 Sep-12


Federal Court House and Post Office
Title:
Federal Court House and Post Office
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back



Federal Court House and Post Office
Title:
Federal Court House and Post Office
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1909 May-10


Anschutz Hill adn Mississippi River View
Title:
Anschutz Hill adn Mississippi River View
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1911 May-23

Description:
Curt Teich Co.



Congregational Church
Title:
Congregational Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused

Description:
Curteich



Riverview Drive, Rand Park
Title:
Riverview Drive, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1914 May-22


New Keokuk Hamilton Bridge
Title:
New Keokuk Hamilton Bridge
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Power House, Mississippi River Power Co.
Title:
Power House, Mississippi River Power Co.
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen


Union Depot
Title:
Union Depot
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1911



Main Street U.S.A.
Title:
Main Street U.S.A.
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Leo W. Gredell Site of the World's Largest Street Fair held annually in early July. The six-day Jaycee sponsored exposition in the heart of downtown business district is highlighted by the free appearance of "Name" entertainment and features a variety of exhibits, special events, and a nine-block midway.


Birge Fountain in Rand Park
Title:
Birge Fountain in Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-11



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-10


Keokuk Senior High School
Title:
Keokuk Senior High School
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Generator Room, Mississippi River Power Plant
Title:
Generator Room, Mississippi River Power Plant
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1928 Aug-12


Moonlight View of keokuk Power House
Title:
Moonlight View of keokuk Power House
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1927 Sep-2



Keokuk High School
Title:
Keokuk High School
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Park Point
Title:
Park Point
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
S. Langsdorf & Co.



Flower Garden, Rand Park
Title:
Flower Garden, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Rand Park
Title:
Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Congregational Church
Title:
Congregational Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1937 Mar-23


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1930 Jun-4



General View of Mississippi River Electric Power Plant
Title:
General View of Mississippi River Electric Power Plant
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1913 Nov-2


Water Power House
Title:
Water Power House
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1914 May-14



Steamer Quincy in Lower Lock
Title:
Steamer Quincy in Lower Lock
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back


View of Main Street
Title:
View of Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused

Description:
C. T. American Art



The greatest power dam in the world - across the Mississippi River at Keokuk Iowa
Title:
The greatest power dam in the world - across the Mississippi River at Keokuk Iowa
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This dam is almost a mile long, 53 feet high, 42 feet wide at bottom, 29 feet wide on top and will produce 300,000 horse power. The lock is the same width as those in the Panama Canal and the lift is higher. The dry dock is one of the largest in fresh water.


St Francis de Sales Catholic Church
Title:
St Francis de Sales Catholic Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-06



Keokuk Steel Casing Co
Title:
Keokuk Steel Casing Co
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo PM 1948 Sep-9

Description:
Series E-70


Chief Keokuck Monument, Rand Park
Title:
Chief Keokuck Monument, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1911 Sep-12



Keokuk Steel Casting Co
Title:
Keokuk Steel Casting Co
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo unused


Main Street, U.S.A
Title:
Main Street, U.S.A
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Site of the WORLD'S LARGEST STREET FAIR held annually in early July. The six-day Jaycee sponsored exposition in the heart of the downtown business district is highlighted by the free appearance of "Name" entertainment and features a variety of exhibits, special events, and a nine-block midway



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
The heart of business and shopping for a trade area population of 87,000. There are 246 retail establishments with 959 employees. For the tourist, Keokuk has the Mississippi River, lock and dam, powerhouse, Steam Boat Museum, parks, swimming, skating, bowling, baseball, theaters, races and scenic drives


View of Main Street
Title:
View of Main Street
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused



Knotty Pine Motel
Title:
Knotty Pine Motel
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome

Description:
KNOTTY PINE MOTEL Phone 524-3252 2 Miles North of Keokuk, Iowa On Highway U.S. 218 - City Route 61 21 Units with Central Heating - T.V. - Air-Conditioned and Phones in Rooms - Good Restaurant Across Hwy


Generator Room, Mississippi River Power Plant
Title:
Generator Room, Mississippi River Power Plant
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border unused



Chief Keokuck Monument, Rand Park
Title:
Chief Keokuck Monument, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-8


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
"In the heart of the city - with the city at heart". Serving Christ in Keokuk since 1847. A strong church ministry in its community and through its mission program around the world. Eighth and BLondeau



The Towboat George M. Verity
Title:
The Towboat George M. Verity
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1927, The S. S. Thorpe Inaugurated Barge Service on the Upper Mississippi. In 1940 Ammco Steel re-named her after their founder. Now Berthed in Victory Park, she houses a museum of Upper Mississippi River History. Open to Tourists


Union Station
Title:
Union Station
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM Jun-11



New Keokuk Hamilton Bridge
Title:
New Keokuk Hamilton Bridge
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused


Power House, Mississippi River Power Co
Title:
Power House, Mississippi River Power Co
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused



Steamer "Dubuque" of hte Streckfus Steamboat Line
Title:
Steamer "Dubuque" of hte Streckfus Steamboat Line
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back

Description:
One of the steamers which has helped to make the "Upper Mississippi Trips" the most popular water-travel vacation trip in America. The standard of boats and service is high - the river scenery unexcelled anywhere in this country


St Louis and Keokuk Steamer "St. Paul"
Title:
St Louis and Keokuk Steamer "St. Paul"
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused



Bird's Eye View of Government Locks and Bridge
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Government Locks and Bridge
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused


Knotty Pine Motel
Title:
Knotty Pine Motel
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
KNOTTY PINE MOTEL Phone 524-3252 2 Miles North of Keokuk, Iowa On Highway U.S. 218 - City Route 61 21 Units with Central Heating - T.V. - Air-Conditioned and Phones in Rooms - Good Restaurant Across Highway



Excursion Steamer-"Washington" on the Mississippi, Keokok, IA
Title:
Excursion Steamer-"Washington" on the Mississippi, Keokok, IA
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border unused

Description:
C. T. American Art


View Of Keokuk Dan From Top Of Powerhouse
Title:
View Of Keokuk Dan From Top Of Powerhouse
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1932 Oct-10



Steamboat Entering Gob's Canal
Title:
Steamboat Entering Gob's Canal
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-05


First Boats Going Through New Lock
Title:
First Boats Going Through New Lock
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1919 Apr-00



The Greatest Power Dam
Title:
The Greatest Power Dam
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border unused

Description:
The Greatest Power Dam in the World - Across the Mississippi River at Keokuk Iowa. This dam is almost a mile long. 53 feet high, 42 feet wide at bottom, 29 feet wide on top and will produce 300,000 horse power the lock is the same width as those in the panama canal and the lift is higher the dry dock is one of the largest in fresh water.


Chief Keokuk Monument, Rand Park
Title:
Chief Keokuk Monument, Rand Park
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Linen unused

Description:
On the bluffs in Rand Park, overlooking the Mississippi is the splendid Nellie M. Walker Monument to Chief Keokuk. Beneath this lie the remains of that famous Indian Chief for whom the city is named.



Power House
Title:
Power House
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1914 Jun-05


Iowa's Only National Cemetery
Title:
Iowa's Only National Cemetery
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused



Mississippi River Drydock
Title:
Mississippi River Drydock
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Steam sidewheel dredge William S. Mitchell, length 270 width 87 in U. S. Engineer's Drydock at Keokuk, Iowa. Formerly a part of the U. S. Engineer's boat yard, this Drydock can accommodate any vessel presently in Use on the Mississippi River.


Keokuk Power House
Title:
Keokuk Power House
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Keokuk Dam and Power House was by far the largest man-made hydro-electric plant in the world when completed in 1913. It remains one of the largest of the low-head developments. Transmission lines transmit surplus electricity to surrounding cities, even to St. Louis.



Trinity Methodist Church, 2330 Plank Road
Title:
Trinity Methodist Church, 2330 Plank Road
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern structure has a hyperbolic paraboloid roof of poured concrete covering a diamond-shaped sanctuary. A white marble alter and V-shaped multicolored windows in the chancel, together with a forty-five foot illuminated garden tower make it one of Iowa's most beautiful churches.


Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge
Title:
Keokuk and Hamilton Bridge
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1914



The Towboat George M. Verity, River Museum
Title:
The Towboat George M. Verity, River Museum
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1927, the S.S. Thorpe Inaugurated Barge Service on the Upper Mississippi. In 1940 Armco Steel Re-named Her After Their Founder. Now Berthed in Victory Park, She Houses a Museum of Upper Mississippi River History Open to Tourists


Mississippi River Power Development
Title:
Mississippi River Power Development
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Real Photo unused

Description:
View on Hamilton, IL side



Steamer "Quincy"
Title:
Steamer "Quincy"
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Entering lower lock. US Government Canal.


Assembly of God Church
Title:
Assembly of God Church
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Assembly of God Church 1928 Main Street Keokuk, Iowa



Steamer Quincy Entering Lower Lock, US Government Canal
Title:
Steamer Quincy Entering Lower Lock, US Government Canal
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-20


Saint John's Church (Episcopal)
Title:
Saint John's Church (Episcopal)
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Chrome unused

Description:
Congregation organized April 20, 1850 Present building erected 1885



Mississippi River Steamboat In New Lock
Title:
Mississippi River Steamboat In New Lock
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back unused


Large old house in Iowa
Title:
Large old house in Iowa
Keokuk Iowa (IA), Divided Back PM 1910



The Mississippi River Dam
Title:
The Mississippi River Dam
Keokuk Iowa (IA), White Border PM 1913

Description:
This greatest power dam, largest power house and electrical installation, and by far the greatest water-power development in the world, is in the Mississippi River at Keokuk, Iowa. The whole work is a monolith of concrete with a total linear measurement of two miles and a half. The dam proper is nearly a mile long; the power house a third of mile long; the lock is the same width as those at Panama and with one-fourth higher lift than any on the Isthmus; the dry dock is the largest in fresh water. Over 300,000 horse-power is developed, 200,000 of which is available for manufacturing. Fort Madison, Twenty-five miles distant, expects to benefit greatly by the industrial growth this water-power will stimulate.




Total: 79 Items