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Council Bluffs Changing Scene: This was the residence of Conrad Geise, some 73 years ago. The picture appeared in the Illustrated Atlas of Pottawattamie County, published in 1885. Geise, a bottler and brewer, lived on Frank Street, near Harmony. …

Today...while Indian Creek is covered and runs within concrete walls, the bridge at Frank St. is the same as for the past 50 years. The houses and garage at right are the same. Only the trees have changed. The old picture was identified and dated…

Council Bluffs Changing Scene--About 50 years ago, the old wooden bridge across an open Indian Creek at Frank St. was being replaced with a "modern" concrete bridge. Here is an old photo that's been in the Jeff Brunow family for many years.

Today...the location with the same home, some of the same trees looks different with the addition of a garage and some renovation and remodeling. It is now the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Petrus and numbered 219 Frank St. A wall and drive have also…

Council Bluffs Changing Scene--About 1900 this residence on Frank St. stood among a fine grove of trees, bore a sign for rent. One of a series of photos that made a panorama of Frank St in that period, comes from Lavrene Tollinger, 219 Frank St.
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