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Colby David Nagel.
Colby David Nagel.
Colby David Nagel taken 2004. 
 
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Colby Nagel
Colby Nagel
Colby Nagel 
 
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Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight.
Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight.
Colby Nagel and cousin Sara Haight. 
 
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Colby Nagel Baptism.
Colby Nagel Baptism.
Colby Nagel Baptism. 
 
755
Coldwater Michigan.
Coldwater Michigan.
Chicago Street, looking west, Coldwater, Michigan. Postcard image circa 19301945. 
 
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Colleen Farrington
Colleen Farrington
Colleen Farrington 
 
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Colonel Doug Wheelock
Colonel Doug Wheelock
Colonel Doug Wheelock - Astronaut, My 9th cousin 2 times removed 
 
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Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham
Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham
Colonel Herbert Fay Brigham 
 
759
Columbia Correctional Institution.
Columbia Correctional Institution.
Columbia Correctional Institution. 
 
760
Columbian Exhibition 1893.
Columbian Exhibition 1893.
Rand, McNally & Company, Chicago 25 July 1893. 
 
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Columbian Exposition.
Columbian Exposition.
World's Columbian Exposition 1893. The first Ferris wheel. 
 
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Company H, 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Unfortunately the names of the pictured individuals were not recorded but we can assume both Freds are in this picture.
Company H, 33rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry. Unfortunately the names of the pictured individuals were not recorded but we can assume both Freds are in this picture.
Michigan Volunteers of '98 a Complete Photographic Record of Michigan's Part in the 1898 Spanish-American War. Published by G.F. Sterling Detroit, Michigan 1898. Pages not numbered. About page 43.  
 
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Concordia
Concordia
Concordia 
 
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Confederate Army.
Confederate Army.
Confederate Army. Part of plate 172 of the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies". 
 
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Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery.
Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery.
Congress Street - Congressional Cemetery. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel Stained Glass. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Chapel.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel.
Congressional Cemetery Chapel. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Fence.
Congressional Cemetery Fence.
Congressional Cemetery Fence. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Front Gate.
Congressional Cemetery Front Gate.
Congressional Cemetery Front Gate. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Headstones.
Congressional Cemetery Headstones.
Congressional Cemetery Headstones. 
 
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Congressional Cemetery Sign.
Congressional Cemetery Sign.
Congressional Cemetery Sign. 
 
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Continental Army, American Revolution.
Continental Army, American Revolution.
Continental Army, American Revolution. The Surrender of Lord Cornwallis. 
 
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Continental Divide.
Continental Divide.
Blair Brown with John Belushi in "Continental Divide". 
 
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Coolidge & Dawes.
Coolidge & Dawes.
President Calvin Coolidge and Vice President Charles Dawes. 
 
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Coolidge Family
Coolidge Family
Coolidge Family 
 
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Cora Weir
Cora Weir
Cora Weir 
 
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Cornelia Lucy Sprague
Cornelia Lucy Sprague
Cornelia Lucy Sprague 
 
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Cornelia Maria Clapp sitting at desk.
Cornelia Maria Clapp sitting at desk.
Cornelia Maria Clapp sitting at desk. 
 
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Cornelia Maria Clapp.
Cornelia Maria Clapp.
Cornelia Photographed outside Gardiner Road cottage 
 
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Corp. Bernard C. Wheelock.
Corp. Bernard C. Wheelock.
Adrian (Michigan) Daily Telegram, Saturday, February 27, 1943 page 6. 
 
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Count Basie, Bob Crosby
Count Basie, Bob Crosby
Count Basie, Bob Crosby 
 
782
Craig Colgate Passport Picture.
Craig Colgate Passport Picture.
Craig Colgate Passport Picture. 
 
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Crawford Family.
Crawford Family.
Crawford Family. 
 
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Crosby, Stills, & Nash
Crosby, Stills, & Nash
Crosby, Stills, & Nash 
 
785
Crossing the Mississippi on the Ice by C.C.A. Christensen.
Crossing the Mississippi on the Ice by C.C.A. Christensen.
As a result of the martyrdom of Joseph Smith the Mormons led by Brigham Young fled their settlement in Nauvoo Illinois. A church elder was dispatched to Washington D.C. to plead for federal protection from the violent mobs.

It happened that he arrived in D.C. just eight days after Congress had declared war on Mexico. Eventually a deal was struck for assistance in exchange for a few hundred men to volunteer their enlistment. 
 
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Crown Princess Susan of Albania.
Crown Princess Susan of Albania.
Crown Princess Susan of Albania. 
 
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Cully, Daniel and Chris Pratt
Cully, Daniel and Chris Pratt
Cully, Daniel and Chris Pratt 
 
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Curtiss-Langley-Aerodrome.
Curtiss-Langley-Aerodrome.
The aerodrome wasn't truly successful until after Langley's death. In 1914 Glenn Curtis added pontoons and made other modifications. This began a patent dispute with the Wright brother's.
 
 
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Customers Of The Month
Customers Of The Month
Rollo Makoben and Fred Engel Service Station - July 1962

This article appeared in print in July 1962 with brief bios of partners Rollo Makoben and Fred Engel of the Makoben and Engel garage, 2025 Hickory Grove Rd.

Rollo lived in Stockton, Iowa, in the early 1930's. Fred Engel worked as a mechanic at Dau's Garage in Algona, Iowa, before leaving for Davenport on February 1, 1939, after he and Rollo purchased the oil station and garage on Hickory Grove Rd. 
 
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CWO Ivert Shinske
CWO Ivert Shinske
CWO Ivert Shinske 
 
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Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock
Cyrus Hubbard Wheelock 
 
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D L Wheelock.
D L Wheelock.
D L Wheelock. 
 
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Dad's Club President Plaque
Dad's Club President Plaque
1952 Johnson Elementary School D.A.D.s' Club President Plaque

D.A.D.s' Club (Davenport Associated Dads' Club) was organized with 55 members at Johnson Elementary School in 1952. This plaque was presented to Rollo Makoben for serving as the very first president of the organization. In the second year, membership rose to 72 and in the third year it more than tripled to 246 members! In the fourth year the club sponsored the very first Easter Bonnet Parade, a tradition that would carry on faithfully almost to the closing of the school in 2002. 
 
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Daisy Johnson.
Daisy Johnson.
Daisy Johnson. 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 
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Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel
Dale Allen Nagel 
 

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