Cedar County, Iowa
Community News Articles

All West Branch and Vincinity in Mourning
Train wreck victims, 1910

Articles on the Old Grain Elevator
located in the village of Wald

Big Still is Captured at Rendering Plant, 1922

Centerdale Elevator Burns, 1908

Cedar County Broadcast Interesting
A 1930 radio broadcast by Rev. Rev. W.E. Van Buren, with some Cedar County History.

Cedar County Still Grip of Cold Wave:
Coal Shortage Feared, Feb. 1936

Clippings from Nearby Papers, April 11, 1918

Cold Wave Grips State:
Murcury Hits 25 Below, Jan. 1936

Commercial Club Dinner and Entertainment
in Connection with Rock Ilsand (Railroad) 70th Anniversary

Completes Road to Rural Church
Early History of Cedar County Recalled in Connection With South Bethel Church, 1932

Compulsory T.B. Testing (on Cattle) Question Still Unsettled, 1931

County Home Visited, 1913

Evangelical & Reformed Church at Bennett Dedicated Sunday, 1955

Famous Writer Sees Benefit in Bus Line Recently Started

First Supervisor Records in Excellent Condition

Herbert Hoover Highway

Hickory Grove Cemetery Is Greatly Beautified May 1930

Historic Land Mark (Stone Mill) Gone, 1927

History of Dayton Township, Cedar County, Iowa

History of West Branch by Priscilla Club Member, 1917

Hoover Returns Home, 1928

Hoover Visits Iowa
West Branch Charters Special Train to Des Moines, 1932

How Clarence Got Its Name
Cedar County Town Originally Was Called Onion Grove

Locusts Arrived On Schedule Time At Lowden, 1922

The Long Wait is Over, Eilers’ Death ‘Official’, 1978

Lowden Men Are Seized, 1917

John Brown Marker Dedicated Tuesday
Historical Spot Near Springdale Is Marked By Daughters Of the American Revolution.

O. J. Culver in Charge of Airplane Landing Field (Rochester)

Old Pedee Church Is Torn Down, 1926

Once Produced Top Quality Lime, Stone in Iowa
History of Lime City

Opening of Tipton Hotel in 1895
May Have Been Tipton’s Biggest Social Event

Pastor In Toils
Rev. John Reichart, Lowden 1917

Preacher Sues, 1908

President Hoover Sends Letter of Appreciation
Replies to Telegram of Encouragement from Church in Home Town

Right Here At Home
How Springdale Got Named

Sunbury Loses Post Office Business; Claim Survey ‘Rigged’

The Storm, 1894

Articles on April 13, 1965 Tornado
Richard Dircks Badly Hurt When Trapped in Home
Tornado - April 13, 1965

Town Gossip 1900-1906

Unknown Benefactor Makes Splendid Gift To (West Branch) Cemetery, 1931

U.S. Marshal Arrests Five at Lowden, 1917

$40,000 Verdict In Lowden Case, 1922

West Branch Has New Fire Bell, 1911

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