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    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, January 13, 1910

    • Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 1/13/1910 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames, Iowa. Botanical Dept. My dear Dr. Pammel-- I wish to thank you for your very kindly expressions regarding Bulletin #16. With my choicest greetings to all, I am Very truly yours, Geo. W. Carver Director. UsG.
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 11, 1899

    • 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. Very truly G. W. Carver.
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 26, 1924

    • Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 12 26 24 My dear Dr. Pammel:-- Thank you for your fine letter of recent date. With reference to your question my diplomas read thus: 1st Bachelor of Agriculture. 2nd Master of Agriculture. I recall the year the [previous] degree was given there...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, February 28, 1927

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
    • 1348 W. Union St., Gainesville, Florida February 28, 1927 Prof. Geo. W. Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. Dear Prof. Carver: I am glad to get your letter. I am afraid it will be impossible on my return trip, to stop with you, as my time is...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, February 12, 1901

    • Botanical Specimens; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 2 / 12 / 1901 Dr. L. H. Pammel Ames Iowa. My dear Prof. Pammel, Many thanks for your kindnesses I shall keep the plants you desire in mind and secure as many as possible for you. Prof. I have thought seriously about my Pharmo. Collection of...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, March 11, 1925

    • Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 3 11 25 My dear Dr. Pammel:-- Just a few lines of greeting to you. I have recently returned from Cornell Univ. Ithaca New York where I had such a fine time. I was the guest of the Cosmopolitan Club while there, spoke to them, was also banqueted...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, April 29, 1899

    • Germination; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 4 / 29 1899 My dear Prof. Pammel, Hope you are all well and happy. I am as well as usual, I was indeed pained to learn of the death of Robt. Combs. Do you think my work on the germination of polen grains with drawings would be acceptable to the...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, May 14, 1924

    • Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 5 14 24 My dear Dr. Pammel: Here are three small samples of what is considered very strange and very remarkable plant products. All three are essentially the same, and when properly ground and mixed with linseed oil, driers etc. they become an...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, May 5, 1923

    • Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 5 5 23 My dear Dr. Pammel:-- Thank you so much for your letter and inclosures. This is just like you for the world. I did not mean that you should do this I simply wanted the information that I might qualify if I could. You may be surprised to...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, September 7, 1900

    • Microscope; Mentoring; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 9 / 7 / 1900 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames Iowa. My Dear Prof. Pammel, Your very kind letter has just reached me, and in reply will say that you are a much better judge of Cameras than myself, and any good one that will answer the purpose will do, of...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, September 8, 1926

    • Cedar; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 9 8 26 My beloved teacher, Dr. Pammel:-- I made no effort to keep the tears of joy out of my eyes, when I saw your fine picture, and read the beautiful tribute to your great work in the Aug. Alumnus. Hundreds of students, north, south, east and...
    • J.B. Davidson photographs and other materials, trip to China, 1947-1949

    • Agricultural Engineering; Farm mechanization; Agricultural machinery; Iowa State University; Dept. of Agricultural Engineering; International Harvester Company; Irrigation; Travels; Davidson, J. Brownlee (Jay Brownlee), 1880-1957; VEISHEA;...
    • A collection of Jay Brownlee Davidson's photographs taken during an International Harvester sponsored trip to China from 1947-1949 to introduce agricultural engineering to the Chinese. A pamphlet, "Committee on Agricultural Engineering for China",...
    • Sheep on central campus, 1905

    • Campanile; Sheep; Iowa State University;
    • A flock of sheep on the central campus lawn near the Campanile, which is in the background of the image. A shepherd and his dog are standing with the sheep on the near side of an unpaved road which cuts cross the central campus. The insignia of a...
    • Sketch v. 21, n. 3, May 1955

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry
    • A General's Soldier JAMES T. JONES 1; The Derelicts DAVID H. LEONARD 8; Winter Nightfall JAMES WICKLIFF 11; A Little Bass Fishing TOM CAULFIELD 12; Old Stoneface . P. J. O'Connell 16; The Good Ship Decorum JANET STONER 23; A Child Came Home ELINOR...
    • Bettendorf utiity wagon, 1904

    • Farm Equipment; Agriculture; Iowa State University;
    • A two-horse team hitched to a Bettendorf utility wagon. The driver and a child are posing in the driver's seat. The photograph was taken in the fall of 1904, probably on Excursion Day.
    • Letter from Pammel to Allen, July 11, 1923

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
    • Ames, Iowa. July eleventh, 1923 Mr. Barney Allen, City, Dear Mr. Allen: Professor Carver of Tuskegee, Alabama tells me that he has not received the Bomb nor has Dr. N. E. Hansen of Brookings, S. D. received his copy. You said copies would be sent....
    • Sketch v. 02, n. 2, December 1935

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry
    • AND I SHALL LOVE. A Poem Feme Karns 2; LOVE. A Story Maurice Kirby 3; HALF-ABANDONED. A Poem Maurice Kirby 6; RETURN TO ME. A Poem Elizabeth Foster 7; Box CAR CRASH. A Story Robert Root 8; THE LADY AUTUMN DOES NOT WEEP. A Poem Dorothy Turpen...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, April 26, 1927

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
    • April 26, 1927 Prof. Geo. W. Carver, Tuskegee, Alabama Dear Prof. Carver: Thank you for the copy of the Campus Digest of April 15th, containing note in regard to interview with Prof. Lovejoy. I am glad to get this and thank you. I am placing this...

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