Postville's 1800s Craft Fair
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There were old-time artisans making useful items out of wood, yarn and steel at Postville Courthouse on Sunday. With old-time music at the four corners of the park, plus things to see and learn about, the day was fun as well as educational.

Pictures by Mike Fak


Mark Caley and Bob Sullivan cook up IGA pork chops for the visitors to Postville.


Two young men in period costume stop for a sandwich.



A woodworker works on making a perfect top for a small table.

An old-fashioned foot-powered lathe is used to turn this spindle.



The Sasse family came to sell their apples and honey.

John Sutton gave pointers on railsplitting.



This couple was dyeing yarn.


There was music everywhere at Postville.


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