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Marlin Ingalls

Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Jun 18, 2014

One never knows who they’re going to run into or what they’ll see when they visit a bar. I like old bars, especially ones with the right kind of atmosphere;...

Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Oct 25, 2013

Clockwise from bottom left: Susan Kersten, James Hall, Edward Kriz, Edward Leeney, Ronald Lipsius, Joseph Scneifer, Jane Wakefield, Sarah Ann Ottens -- Images courtesy of Iowacoldcases.orgThough Iowa City has never...

Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Sep 25, 2013

Few people know about the old caves and tunnels beneath Iowa City, and why should they? Buried beneath streets, buildings and houses all around the older parts...

The Old Iowa Stadium located between Burlington Street and Iowa Avenue on the Iowa River.
Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Aug 29, 2013

The old Iowa stadium located between Burlington Street and Iowa Avenue on the Iowa River. Iowa City is about to receive its annual plague of beer zombies. Between students coming...

IC History
Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Jul 8, 2013

Early roads are the reason for why it can be difficult to traverse Iowa City: They were not oriented to the cardinal directions, but rather were topographic roads that followed...

River Walk
Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Apr 24, 2013

Most Iowa Citians don’t know how the Iowa River between the Burlington Street Bridge and northern part of City Park came to look as it does, nor that the channel...

Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Mar 26, 2013

SCENES OF EARLY I.C.Late 19th-century Clinton Street, Downtown Iowa City. In the second half of the 19th century three breweries operated along Linn and Jefferson streets. Their money and influence...

Posted by Marlin Ingalls | Feb 14, 2013

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALKThe Bositck House at115 N. Gilbert St. In the old residential neighborhood located along the 300 block of East Jefferson Street and the 200 block of...