[The Hotel Julian and Foselman Drug Store, Dubuque, Iowa]

Title

[The Hotel Julian and Foselman Drug Store, Dubuque, Iowa]

Creator

Loemker, Herman J., 1868-1937

Description

This image looks south on 2nd Street in Dubuque, Iowa. The tallest building is the Hotel Julien, on the corner of Main and 2nd Streets. Three adjacent store fronts are also visible. Awnings for two of the businesses read “Fosselman’s Drug Store,” and “Photographs Day or Night.” The original Julien Dubuque Hotel burned in 1913, and this eight story building was constructed in its place. Flags may be seen flapping in a stiff breeze. A street car, a buggy and several automobiles are passing in front of the hotel. Several men are walking along the sidewalk. The number 1263 is written on a label that has been stuck to the lower left corner of the slide.

Date

1915-1917

Coverage

2nd and Main Streets, Dubuque, Iowa

Subject

Drug stores
Hotels
Dubuque (Iowa) -- Pictorial works
Herman J. Loemker Collection
Lantern slides

References

This image was displayed in the "Rev. H. J. Loemker: Views of Dubuque" display at the Roshek Building in Dubuque, July - November, 2016.

Source

The Center for Dubuque History, Loras College, 1450 Alta Vista Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001

Relation

Herman J. Loemker Collection

Type

Still image

Identifier

LO 071

Format

Digital image captured using a Microtek ScanMaker 8700 with transparent media adapter. TIFF file created from a glass lantern slide scanned in 16 - bit grey scale at 1200 ppi.

Rights

Contact The Center for Dubuque History at Loras College, 1450 Alta Vista Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001 or call (563) 588-7100 © 2015 LORAS COLLEGE

Publisher

This record is part of the Herman J. Loemker Collection held by The Center for Dubuque History, Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa.

Original Format

1 lantern slide: b & w

Physical Dimensions

3.25 x 4.0 in.

Files

loemker071.jpg

Citation

Loemker, Herman J., 1868-1937, “[The Hotel Julian and Foselman Drug Store, Dubuque, Iowa],” Loras College Digital Collections, accessed August 18, 2019, https://digitalcollections.loras.edu/items/show/333.