Cover by RON BAKER;
A Pair of Shoes ROGER C. KEZAR 1;
Myopia TED DOTY 7;
Just About JOHN THOMAS 10;
Poem JAMES WICKLIFF 14;
Incident in Black and White DENNIS RUFFCORN 15;
Art Section 20-24;
Equality JACK GILL 27;
Why? M. j . MILES 30;
Victory B. j...
For One Dead A POEM BY JAMES WICKLIFF . . . . 2;
Tradition ISABELLE LYON . . . . 3;
Evening Mourns A POEM BY JOHN C. N. SMITH . . . . 5;
Liberty Ashore DAN TAYLOR . . . . 6;
Where There's a Will . SHERRY ELLERHOFF . .14;
Awakened . . . A POEM BY...
Canyon de Chelley By Daniel Doran 4;
telephobia a poem by j. l. balvanz 11;
A Fading Hope A poem by Mark Osing 12;
Somnambule Ballads By De bra Wirkus 14;
The Cage By Nancy Kimball 19;
A Passage A poem byjoieHand 24;
Clever Calf A poem by Betty...
The Third Moon of Neptune Julie Cummings 5;
Demerol Trips Paul Blakely 14;
The Wedding Dress Sandra Reid 18;
XLII by Catullus a translation by Jim Kastner 24;
Palm Jewel Ray Lum 28;
Eye Con-Talk Cherie Garretson 29;
Bonsai Rik Myers 6;
The Holes So Freshly Sliced Liz Robak Carpenter 11;
Untitled Betty Collins 17;
Untitled P.F. Allen 22;
Housebound Gregg Hodges 23;
Not a Matter of Choice Bob Slocum 24;
After You've Played Grown Up Scott Johnston...
Fox Indians; Indians of North America--Iowa; Indians of North America--Iowa; Artists--Iowa; Letters
February 5, 1936
Hiss Halla Rhode
Miss Bessie Coon
1357 East 13th Street
Des Moines, Iowa
Dear Miss Rhode and Miss Coon:
Again I am writing you about the pictures for CHA-KI-SHI. I had
a talk with our printer...
Medal awarded for achievement in engineering by an ISU alumnus, in the fields of technical construction, design, planning, development, and management, as well as teaching and research. The award was established by Iowa State College through the...
March thirty-first, 1922
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama.
Dear Prof. Carver:
Thank you very much for your most interesting letter which I will fine with the College History Committee. I happen to be chairman of this committee. I...
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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...
March 3, 1927
Dr. L. H. Pammel
1348 West Union Street
My dear Mr. Pammel:--
I wish to thank you for both of your most interesting letters which have just reached me.
It does seem too bad that so many people do not get the...
Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
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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...