World War I, 1914-1918; Military Vehicle; Military Training; Iowa State University;
A unit of U.S. soldiers from Missouri known as ""Haverhill's section, 1st detachment."" Twenty-six men are posed for a photograph By a military transport vehicle. The truck's canvas cover is stenciled with the insignia ""U.S.Q.M.C.""
Women in chemistry--Archives; Women chemists--Biography; Women in science; Women scientists; Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.; Singleton, Mary (b. 1936)
Mary Singleton (b. 1936) received her B.S. (1958) in Chemistry from Wheaton College and her M.S. (1960) in Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. From 1960-1962 she worked with Melvin Calvin, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in...
Women in chemistry--Archives; Women chemists--Biography; Women in science; Women scientists; Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.; Klinman, Judith P. (b. 1941)
Judith Klinman (b. 1941) received her A.B. (1962) and her Ph.D. (1966) in Physical-Organic Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania (1966). Klinman joined the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphia, where she was a research scientist...
Wilson, James, 1835-1920; Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
May eighteenth, 1922
Prof. G. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
Dear Professor Carver:
I am in receipt of your favor of the fifth and note its contents with reference to some of your estimates of men connected with the college. I wish to thank...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; liberal arts; technical education; curriculum development; educational reform; higher education; technical eduation; liberal arts
Box 2, Folder 9: A speech given by Welch about the benefits of a practical education. He discusses how education that has no outlet in useful activities is not as valuable as a practical education. He gives examples to prove that without the...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Curriculum development; Higher education; Technical education
Box 2, Folder 17: A speech given by Welch before the State Association of Principals of Graded Schools in Iowa City on July 27, 1878. He discusses differences between the old and new theories of education and curricula. He asserts that in order...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Liberal arts; State universities and colleges; Undergraduate education; Educational philosophy; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Educational reform
Box 2, Folder 4: A speech given by Welch about the importance of different kinds of education, and the benefits and disadvantages of each. He discusses the comprehensive study of one subject versus a broader education in a variety of subjects such...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University; Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm; Organizational structure; Planning
Box 1, Folder 11: As president-elect, Welch presents an organizational plan, addressed to the Board of Trustees, for the future Iowa Agricultural College. Welch discusses the college's purpose, courses of study, departments, and faculty.
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; College majors; Curriculum development; Greek (classical); Latin; Mathematics; Technical education; University of Michigan
Box 2, Folder 13: A speech given by Welch when he received a L. L. D. (Doctor of Law) Degree from the University of Michigan. He talks about his time at the University and the importance of a good education. He praises the University for...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Language and culture; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Language and culture.
Box 2, Folder 1: Welch discusses the importance of studying the English language as a means of learning about English culture and history and explains the relationship of language to intellectual culture.
VEISHEA; Student Activities; Chemical Engineering; Iowa State University
A 1937 VEISHEA parade float from the Department of Chemical Engineering. ""Products of Corn."" Three men on the float showing various equipment that help produce corn products such as meal, syrup, rayon, and wall board.
Tuskegee Institute; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
7 / 15 / 21
My dear Dr. Pammel:
Thank you for your good letter of recent. Also copy from the Pres. of Nat. Educ. Ass.
Thank you very much for your interest our efforts in the matter, we will abide our time for next meeting possibly.
You will be...