Young Love A POEM BY ANN-MARIE BJORNSTAD 2;
To the Lions, Funnyman JOHN LEWIS 3;
The Princess and the Toad BOB JOHNS 7;
Round and 'Round A POEM BY ELEANOR FERNELIUS 10;
Goin' Home SANDRA VISSER 12;
Momma A POEM BY JEANNE ABRAHAMSON 15;
Iowa State University; Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station
With a corn crib and small electrical tower in the foreground, a cow peers out the door of the barn in the background on this Agriculture Experiment Station farm. A pig and horse are near the barn, and pigs are grazing in the snow on a hill in...
Winter Owen Sauerlender 2;
"Not Vainly Did the Early Persian . . ." An Exposition
Jauvanta Young 3;
Behind the Chowline Rosemary Hicks 7;
Formation Flying. A Poem Velda Brickler 8;
Early in the Morning Emily Richmond 9;
The Tramp of Heavy Boots...
WIND. A Poem Jean Porter 2;
ALONE. A Poem Hilde Kronsage 2;
BEFORE AND AFTER. A Story Richard Trump 3;
I ASK SO LITTLE FOR HAPPINESS. A Poem Edna L. Shultz 7;
ABOVE ALL NATIONS. A Essay Agda Gronbach 8;
ALL IS BLACKNESS. A Story Margaret Woods...
White ribbon with "The World's Congress of 1893" "Department of Women's Progress" "Member's Badge" inscribed in gold. The bottom of the ribbon is frayed. The ribbon is from the World's Congress of Representative Women, which was held in May 1893...
WHERE SHALL I GO? A poem Frank Bacon 2;
RESPITE. A poem Jeannette Friedrich 2;
DANCE BAND. A story Claude W. Lowe 3;
FLIGHT. A poem Rosemae Johnson 7;
I AM A SANDBURG. A poem Bruce Armstrong 7;
OLD TOPSY. A story Richard F. Silver 8;
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.