Iowa State University, University Library; Sculpture
The ""Left-sided Angel"", a 465-pound cast bronze sculpture, stands eight feet high on a six foot pedestal outside the entrance to the library. In 1986 Stephen DeStaebler, a Midwest-born artist living in Berkeley, California, created the figure...
This bas relief panel is over the second floor end window of the original library building. This and other panels on the east front of the building were designed by Nellie Verne Walker. The carving was executed by J.G. Zimmerman.
The university community is gathered outside for the dedication of the 3rd addition to the library. A man is speaking at the podium. To the right of the podium is the covered portrait of Dr. Robert Parks which was unveiled at the ceremony.
Iowa State University; University Library; Students; Faculty
Students and faculty are posed for a photograph. Standing (left to right): Henry Eichling '11, Ruth Barrett Smith '12, Woman unknown, Man unkown, Man unknown, Carolyn Grimsby Guthrie '05, Woman unknown, W.H. Pew '07, Lillian Storms Coover '08,...
Iowa State University; University Library; students
Iowa State College students Virginia Smith (left), West Liberty, and Electa Groszkruger, Belle Plaine. examine the famous ""counterfeit"" corn ear. Smith is a home economics senior, and Miss Groszkruger a sophomore in home economics education.