THIRST. A Poem Richard Trump 2;
SPRING THUNDER. A Poem Robert Beresford 2;
LETTERS DO INCRIMINATE. A Story Irving Caspe 3;
SPEED. A Story Bernie Kooser 9;
THE ENGINEER IN LOVE. A Poem....Maurice Kirby 10;
EPILOGUE TO A PROCTOR MARK. A Story
Fungi; Botanical Specimen; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
12 / 11 / 1899
My dear Prof. Pammel,
Many thanks for the second list of determinations. In several of my letters to you I have corrected a number of the hosts. No 27 instead of Urtica Urens it is Tragia Urens.
G. W. Carver.
"Copy of the Origin and early history of the Iowa State College as written in pencil on loose sheets by Benjamin F. Gue in or about 1891, and found among his papers and letters now in the possession of his son, Gurney C. Gue, Merrick, Long Island."...
Five students dressed in wooden barrels are parading in front of the Dairy Building carrying banners and signs. One sign reads "A cyclone hit me." Two large letters, "A" and "N" appear on the second level of the Dairy Building.
This chorus line which is performing during the homecoming barbeque is facing away from the audience. The women are wearing similar dresses, shoes and hose, including a garter on the left leg. There are letters attached to the backs of the...
The Theta Delta Chi, Beta Deuteron Chapter, lawn display is located on the front lawn of their house. The central figure of the display depicts the head, arms and torso of a muscular male. The lower part of the figure tapers to a cyclone shape....
Mary Newbury Adams, 1837-1901; Women -- Iowa -- 19th century; Women -- Social life and customs -- 19th century; Women's rights -- United States; Women -- Suffrage -- United States; Feminists -- United States; Adams family;
Letters from Mary Newbury Adams (1837-1901) to her sister Frances and brother-in-law John. The letters contain a mixture of family and day-to-day news, with mentions of organizations in which Mary was active.
March 3, 1927
Dr. L. H. Pammel
1348 West Union Street
My dear Mr. Pammel:--
I wish to thank you for both of your most interesting letters which have just reached me.
It does seem too bad that so many people do not get the...
7 / 15 / 23
My beloved teacher, Dr. Pammel:--
How delighted I was to hear from you. Your letters always have a ring of optimism and cheer.
Thank you for copy of letter to Mr. Allen, I hope I can get a copy of the ""Bomb.""
The Clipping was taken...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Presidents' family relationships
Box 1, Folder 5: Contains correspondence about members of Adonijah and Mary Welch's family, correspondence by descendents, obituaries, and brief histories. Correspondents primarily include A. B. Shaw and Winifred Dudley Shaw.
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923; Stanton, Edgar Williams, 1850-1920; Stanton, Margaret MacDonald; Knapp, Seaman Ashahel, 1833-1911; Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm; Travelers - Europe;...
Written by Mary and Adonijah Welch to Margaret and Edgar Stanton while the Welches were on their second trip to Europe after Welch resigned from the presidency. The letters mention family matters, the Board of Trustees and the dissension against...
Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923 ; Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm ; Iowa State College Domestic Economy Department ; Home economics ; Travelers - Europe ; Presidents' spouses
Letters written by Mary Welch to friends at Iowa State. Includes a description of the early years of the Department of Domestic Economy and letters written to Edgar and Margaret Stanton when the Welches were in Europe and after they returned.
Problem in Women 1;
The Dividing Line ALICE IRVINE 1;
Juniper Tree ERVINE KRAUSE 4;
The Misfit GEORGE PETERSON 5;
Too Young or Too Old . . . . JACK PAARLBERG 12;
Man, It's Fast LORALYN BEELER 15;
Journey Away ERVIN KRAUSE 15;
Young Love A POEM BY ANN-MARIE BJORNSTAD 2;
To the Lions, Funnyman JOHN LEWIS 3;
The Princess and the Toad BOB JOHNS 7;
Round and 'Round A POEM BY ELEANOR FERNELIUS 10;
Goin' Home SANDRA VISSER 12;
Momma A POEM BY JEANNE ABRAHAMSON 15;
Seasons HAIKU BY J IM HEALEY 2;
Goat Lady A STORY BY SHARON BOSTON 3;
(No title) A SAYING BY BILL J. FOGARTY 6;
The Last Birthday A STORY BY ED BASART 7;
War Games A POEM BY JANET BROWN 9;
A White Hell A STORY BY DIANE NEY 11;
Scene From A Summer Evening by Cate Shelter 1;
The Upas-Tree ("Anchar") a translation by Michael Allen 2;
Ashby by Elizabeth S. Schabel 5;
The TV Lady a poem by Rick Dirks 9;
Delivering by Jim Kastner 11;
Through a Window of an El a poem by Marcy...