Views of Clinton

ISSUED BY THE CLINTON DAILY HERALD

(hand-written in ink is "probably c. 1900")

This wonderful booklet of pictures is at the Clinton County Historical Society Museum.  Following is a list of photos in the book.

Clinton County Court House

Court house, main entrance

Looking south from the court house tower

Looking north from the court house tower

Looking north-east from the roof of the Weston

Looking north from the roof of the Weston 

Residence of Ex-Mayor, T. M. Gobble

Residence of Hon. E. H. Thayer

Residence of Rev. Father McLaughlin

Homes of the people

A Clinton home 

Fifth Avenue in summer

Fifth Avenue in winter

Looking down Seventh Avenue from Fourth Street 

Agatha Hospital

Y.M.C.A. building

A summer car

Lamb Block 

First Baptist Church

Chancy Chapel

Bowman Methodist Church 

Entrance to Mt. Pleasant Park

Grand Avenue, Mt. Pleasant Park

Maquoketa Avenue, Mt. Pleasant Park 

The Town-Country Club House 

High School and Library

Main Hall, High School

Grammar School

Oak Street School

Chancy School

Eleventh Avenue School

Our Lady of Angels Seminary

Wartburg College 

Where the logs come from -- Mississippi looking north

Made Clinton Famous

Joyce's Mills

Clinton Paper Mill 

Lyons High Bridge

Clinton High Bridge from point of Little Rock Island

From High Bridge showing lumber district 

Hart's Mill

Clam fishing on the Mississippi River

High water scene

A river scene

River shore above Lyons looking north

A peep from Joyce's Park

Fulton lime kilns from Joyce's Park, Lyons

The Vernie Swain (a paddle boat) 

C. & N. W. Engines, Emblems of Clinton's greatness

C. & N. W. R. R. Bridge