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    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 08, n. 03, 1943

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 27, n. 11, 1963

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 40, n. 02, 1976

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...
    • Knoll, 1920

    • Knoll (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University
    • This westerly view of the Knoll features the large glassed-in porch on the right and the porte cochere on the right. There are trees and grass in the foreground.
    • Knoll, 1920-1930

    • Knoll (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University
    • The south side of the Knoll is in the distance with the lawn in the foreground. A glassed-in porch stretches along the entire south side of the ground floor.
    • The Iowa State University Campus and its Buildings 1859-1979

    • Iowa State University; History; Buildings
    • In 1980, H. Summerfield Day, the former University Architect (1966-1975) and Planning Coordinator (1975-1980) competed the history of Iowa State University's buildings and grounds.  This massive undertaking took him and his assistants twelve years...
    • Knoll, 1950-1960

    • Knoll (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University
    • The Knoll is almost completely hidden from sight by the large trees and other shrubbery. The glassed-in porch on the east and south sides of the house is visible.

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