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Updated: June 20, 2019 @ 7:01 am
Photos of the corn palaces that made Sioux City a destination in the final years of the 19th century.
The 1887 corn palace in Sioux City.
The Huskers of 1891 are pictured around an image of that year's Corn Palace in Sioux City.
An interior view of the Sioux City Corn Palace in 1891.
The 1889 Corn Palace was the third in Sioux City. It was located at Sixth and Pierce streets.
Electrical Supply Co. Corn Palace Exhibit 1891 in Sioux City.
Part of the Electrical Supply Co. Corn Palace Exhibit in the 1890 Sioux City Corn Palace.
The fifth corn palace, erected in 1891 in Sioux City, spread across Pierce Street with a large archway that allowed traffic to pass underneath.
The Goddess of Light panel made of corn on display in the 1890 Sioux City Corn Palace. The panel was part of the electrical exhibit created by L.G. Nilson.
The fourth Corn Palace in 1890 was located at Sixth and Pierce streets in Sioux City.
The first electric fountain located west of Philadelphia was on display at the 1891 Corn Palace in Sioux City.
This circa 1890 photo shows a display inside a corn palace.
Part of the electric exhibit at the 1890 Sioux City Corn Palace.
A display by the Sioux City Electrical Supply Co. in the 1890 Corn Palace in Sioux City.
The 1890 Corn Palace was located at 413 Fourth Street in Sioux City.
The first electric motor operated in Sioux City was in the 1890 corn palace.
Sioux City's last Corn Palace in 1891.
This circa 1890 photo shows people outside a corn palace entrance.
The domed corn palace as it appeared in Sioux City circa 1891.
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