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    • Uncle Miles Bach

    • Artists--Iowa; Kentucky--History; Sketches
    • Side profile sketch of Uncle Miles Bach Quick Sands Kentucky part of a series completed by Christian Petersen
    • Uncle Bill

    • Artists--Iowa; Kentucky--History; Sketches
    • Sketch of ""Uncle Bill,"" W.H. Reams or Orlando Kentucky July 20, 1939 part of a series completed by Christian Petersen
    • Hello Beautiful

    • Artists--Iowa; Petersen family; Childrens' stories--Pictorial works; Livres d'artistes
    • Booklet made for Mary Charlotte Petersen, daughter. Audio of Carol Elbert reading aloud "Hello Beautiful"
    • Letter from George Nerney to Christian Petersen

    • Artists--Iowa; Petersen family; Childrens' stories--Pictorial works; Livres d'artistes
    • Personal letter from Christian Petersen friend, engraver George Nerney (Massachusetts), describing his responses to Hello Beautiful, a printed booklet Petersen created for his daughter Mary Charlotte Petersen.
    • Dairy industry bas relief and sculpture

    • Bas-relief--Iowa; Dairying; Agricultural education; Fountains--Iowa; Iowa State University--Art collections; Sculptors--Iowa; Public art--Iowa; Photographs
    • Dairy industry bas relief and sculpture (terra cotta 1934) Located in Food Sciences Building courtyard formerly the Dairy Industry Building on the Iowa State University campus.
    • Dairy industry bas relief

    • Bas-relief--Iowa; Dairying; Agricultural education; Iowa State University--Art collections; Sculptors--Iowa; Public art--Iowa; Photographs
    • Dairy industry bas relief (terra cotta 1934). Text authored by Horticulture Professor Jules Cool Cunningham. Located in Food Sciences Building lobby formerly the Dairy Industry Building on the Iowa State University campus.
    • Boysen family

    • Boysen family--Homes and haunts--Iowa--Clinton County
    • Family group posed in front of the Boysen home located between Grand Mound and DeWitt in Clinton County, Iowa.
    • Bussen farm

    • Bussen family--Homes and haunts--Iowa--Grand Mound
    • The Bussen farm house and outbuildings in winter. The house and yard are enclosed by a picket fence. The lawn is covered with snow. There is cupola on one of the outbuildings.
    • Bussen farm

    • Bussen family--Homes and haunts--Iowa--Grand Mound
    • The Bussen farm, east of Grand Mound, Iowa. A man is at a pump near the fence at the front of the yard.
    • George Washington Carver

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Petersen, Christian, 1885-1961.
    • Statue of George Washington Carver by Christian Petersen, sculptor-in-residence in the late 1940's. Originally a plaster sculpture, it was given to the University and placed in Carver Hall at the dedication of the hall in 1970 by the Class of 1968....
    • George Washington Carver

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Petersen, Christian, 1885-1961.
    • Statue of George Washington Carver by Christian Petersen, sculptor-in-residence in the late 1940's. Originally a plaster sculpture, it was given to the University and placed in Carver Hall at the dedication of the hall in 1970 by the Class of 1968....
    • Edgar W. Stanton

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Stanton, Edgar W., 1850-1920.
    • Portrait of Edgar W. Stanton . George Washington Carver’s professor in plane geometry. Edgar W. Stanton served Iowa State continuously from his graduation in 1872 until his death in 1920. He was made Head of the Mathematics Department in 1874,...
    • Henry C. Wallace

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Wallace, Henry C.
    • Portrait of Henry C. Wallace. One of George Washington Carver’s professors. Henry C. Wallace graduated in 1892 from Iowa State, a degree that was begun in 1885 and then interrupted by a career in farming. He was hired as an Assistant Professor...
    • Clay tile

    • Ceramic tile; Iowa State University
    • Clay tile, with a slightly incised figure of a squatting male figure shaping a large clay vessel. The figure fills the tile space and upper body muscles are displayed. It is possible the tile was titled ""Thinker"" due to a slight resemblance to...

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