Curtiss-Wright Engineering Cadettes, 1941-1945; Department of Military Science; Iowa State University; Women in Science and Engineering; World War II
These cadettes with their hair wrapped in a turban and wearing eye protection, are working on the tail of a wrecked plane in the Welding Laboratory of the Mechanical Engineering Building. One of the projects for the five-week laboratory course was...
Iowa State University; Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Dept.; Oscilloscopes; Recording instruments; Electric apparatus and appliances
Bill Waters, agricultural engineering senior, learns electronic principles in the laboratory. An oscilloscope, and recording and indicating instruments, are used to show the characteristics of the circuits.
Dr. Pammel (right) and Dr. William Temple Hornaday (left), are standing around a stone tablet commemorating Dr. Hornaday's contributions as a zoologist and conservationist. Part of the inscription reads, ""It was on this campus as a student, June...
World War I, 1914-1918; Military Training; Iowa State University;
""Sergeant Purdy's section of the 39th military training detachment"" posed for a formal portrait in front of a military transport truck. Twenty- two men in two rows, the front row kneeling, are posed for this photograph.
The counter room for measuring radioactivity. Two technicians, a man and a woman,are seated at the far end of the room; the woman is working with one of the machines. A number of pieces of equipment are shown.
View of the front (east) and north sides of Morrill Hall. Three woman, one with an umbrella, are walking northward and two men are walking southward across the front of the building. Old Main is on the left side of the photograph.
Iowa State University; Homecoming; Homecoming queen
The 1951 Homecoming Queen and attendants, wearing mum corsages, are sitting in a convertible. They are from left to right : Ann Bradley (Attendant); Doris Blair (Queen); and Bonnie Helfrich (Attendant).