Mason City

Mason City is the name of several places in the United States of America:

See also: Mason (disambiguation)

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Tanna Frederick - Biography
... Tanna Frederick was born in Mason City, Iowa where her father David Frederick was a pharmacist and her mother Nancy Frederick was a nursing instructor ... She attended school in Mason City, and by fourth grade had begun to play in productions of that town's Stebens' Children's Theatre ... She was a regular on Iowa City stages appearing at the Riverside Theatre as "Jill" in Jack and Jill, and at the University Theatre in a one-woman play that she ...
First Church Of Christ, Scientist (Mason City, Iowa)
... NW Mason City, Iowa Built 1928 Architect Clyde W ... in Mason City, Iowa, is an historic structure that on October 30, 1997, was added to the National Register of Historic Places ...
List Of Company Towns In The United States - Listed By State - Washington
... Company Barneton, Washington, owned by Kent Lumber Company, bought in 1911 by Seattle City Light, razed in 1924 Bodie, Washington, and its related Bodie Mine controlled ... CBI transferred control of Mason City to Reclamation in 1942 ... Reclamation then combined Engineers' Town and Mason City into Coulee Dam in 1948, began selling the town to its inhabitants in 1957, and completed the divestiture in 1959, when Coulee Dam officially incorporated as a ...
List Of High Schools In Iowa - Cerro Gordo County
... Mason City Community School District Mason City High School, Mason City Mason City Alternative High School, Mason City MCAS FTW Clear Lake High School, Clear Lake Mason City Newman Catholic High School ...
Mason City Micropolitan Area
... The Mason City Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of two counties in north central Iowa, anchored by the ...

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