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Historical Markers in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 
Clickable Map of Linn County, Iowa and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Linn County, IA (26) Benton County, IA (10) Buchanan County, IA (1) Cedar County, IA (39) Delaware County, IA (1) Iowa County, IA (17) Johnson County, IA (21) Jones County, IA (3)  LinnCounty(26) Linn County (26)  BentonCounty(10) Benton County (10)  BuchananCounty(1) Buchanan County (1)  CedarCounty(39) Cedar County (39)  DelawareCounty(1) Delaware County (1)  IowaCounty(17) Iowa County (17)  JohnsonCounty(21) Johnson County (21)  JonesCounty(3) Jones County (3)
Cedar Rapids is the county seat for Linn County
Cedar Rapids is in Linn County
      Linn County (26)  
ADJACENT TO LINN COUNTY
      Benton County (10)  
      Buchanan County (1)  
      Cedar County (39)  
      Delaware County (1)  
      Iowa County (17)  
      Johnson County (21)  
      Jones County (3)  
 
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1 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids — Ausadie Apartment BuildingHistory Happened Here!
The Ausadie Apartment Building was built in 1923 for Austin and Sadie Palmer as an investment property, close to downtown Cedar Rapids. Designed by Cedar Rapids architect William J. Brown in the Colonial Revival style, the building contained 24 . . . Map (db m216499) HM
2 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids — George B. Douglas House1895 — Iowa Historic Site —
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic PlacesMap (db m90176) HM
3 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids — George Greene1817 – 1880 — A Founder of Cedar Rapids —
A founder of Cedar Rapids Iowa Territorial Legislator Iowa Supreme Court Justice Mayor of Cedar Rapids Business entrepreneur Railroad promoter Civic benefactor Master MasonMap (db m96575) HM
4 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids — Roosevelt Hotel
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior circa 1927Map (db m216501) HM
5 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids, Oakhill Jackson — First Presbyterian ChurchHistory Happened Here!
First Presbyterian, the second church to be established in Cedar Rapids, built its first church in 1850-1851 at 2nd Ave SE and 3rd Street SE. This, the second building, is the oldest intact church still in use in Cedar Rapids. Built in 1867-1869, . . . Map (db m216497) HM
6 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids, Oakhill Jackson — Iowa BuildingBuilt 1913 — Iowa Historic Site —
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places Iowa State Historical Department Division of Historic PreservationMap (db m216502) HM
7 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids, Oakhill Jackson — Washington High SchoolHistory Happened Here!
Cedar Rapids’ first permanent school once stood along the 4th Avenue end of Greene Square. From 1855-1868, it educated students through eighth grade. High school-level programs — considered advanced education until the twentieth century — were . . . Map (db m216496) HM
8 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids, Taylor — Virgil Powell / King Building Police StationHistory Happened Here!
From 1923 to 1937, the Cedar Rapids Police Department and City Jail occupied the King Building, which stood here from 1910-1969. The department and jail moved to 310 Second Avenue SW in 1937. The city's first African American police officer, Virgil . . . Map (db m216498) HM
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9 Iowa, Linn County, Cedar Rapids, Wellington Heights — Coe CollegeHistory Happened Here!
Coe College was founded by Presbyterian minister Williston Jones in 1851. Its buildings and grounds were established beginning in 1853. The college went by different names, including "Cedar Rapids Collegiate Institute" and "Parsons Seminary," . . . Map (db m216500) HM
 
 
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Apr. 17, 2024