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The town of Wilton was platted in 1855, and very early it developed as the location of repair shops for the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad. From the 1920s on it was a major “gas stop” on US 6, between Davenport to the east and Iowa City to the west.

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David Gebhard and Gerald Mansheim

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