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1958, 86th Street bridge over I35-80 Remarkable as [at that time] it was the largest welded aluminum bridge in the world. http://bridgehunter.com/ia/polk/bh37422/

1958, 86th Street bridge over I35-80 Remarkable as [at that time] it was the largest welded aluminum bridge in the world. http://bridgehunter.com/ia/polk/bh37422/

(4)  I loved going to Henry's at Ingersoll and 35th St. In January of 1967 my family moved back to Des Moines, IA I finished my High School there before going to the Air Force

(4) I loved going to Henry's at Ingersoll and 35th St. In January of 1967 my family moved back to Des Moines, IA I finished my High School there before going to the Air Force

Another photo of the corner of 86th and Douglas looking west, photo would have been in the early 70's. Hy-Vee is now at the NE corner where the house sits.

Another photo of the corner of 86th and Douglas looking west, photo would have been in the early 70's. Hy-Vee is now at the NE corner where the house sits.

Des Moines Freeway  [I-235] under construction looking west, late 1950's early 1960's. Near the current 6th Avenue exit. Visible in the upper right is one of the surviving neighborhood fire stations. The building still exists today as a private residence. Located SW of DMACC Urban Campus. IN the background is the 9th St. bridge.

Des Moines Freeway [I-235] under construction looking west, late 1950's early 1960's. Near the current 6th Avenue exit. Visible in the upper right is one of the surviving neighborhood fire stations. The building still exists today as a private residence. Located SW of DMACC Urban Campus. IN the background is the 9th St. bridge.

Urbandale Line Trolley car, 1930's - 1940's

Urbandale Line Trolley car, 1930's - 1940's

GRAND AVENUE LOOKING WEST 1951

GRAND AVENUE LOOKING WEST 1951

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