The library will be closed
Monday, May 25th
in honor of Memorial Day.
RSSC’s Featured Image
Donald & Riley Deitz
As it is graduation season, we thought we would showcase one of our photographs of a graduate from the past. This is Donald Dietz (1903-2002) son of Ferdinand and Edith Dietz of Walcott, IA. Donald and his brother Riley graduated from Davenport High School in 1922. Congratulations to all the grads of 2015!
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Tag Archives: Memorial Day
The Davenport Public Library will be closed Monday, May 27, in honor of those who gave their lives so that we could have the opportunity to live ours in freedom. The Scott County Soldiers’ Monument was erected as a memorial to … Continue reading
Jackson Edward Hirschl was born near Ogden, in Boone County, Iowa on February 6th, 1890. His parents, Felix and Mary E. (Willi) Hirschl, moved the family to Davenport when he was 2 years old. He was educated in the Davenport … Continue reading
While we take the time to remember and honor the men and women of our armed forces who have fought to keep our country and people safe, it seems fitting that we also remember those civilians who have fought to … Continue reading
The Davenport Public Library will be closed on Memorial Day. Please join us in remembering those who gave their lives so that we could have the opportunity to live ours in freedom. Scott County Soldiers’ Monument We will be open … Continue reading
In 2001, our own Karen, along with several volunteers, began interviewing local residents for a World War II/Korean War Oral History Project. Our Oral History Collection now includes the war-related stories of 74 veterans, former civilian workers, and even a war bride … Continue reading