A camel in a halter with a keeper arriving at the front door of the Charles Henry Stange Memorial Clinic. The building name stone block is centered above the double front doors, on one of which is painted the building hours.
VEISHEA; Student Activities; Iowa State University;
A VEISHEA parade float. People are standing on the back of a flatbed truck, two with instruments, and the float bears two large signs. One is a May calendar, mounted on the truck door. The other sign, centered on the truck bed, reads:""Marathon...
Last Laugh A POEM BY J OE FRANKO 2;
Can You Hear War Dying LARRY D. WITTE 3;
The Lesson A POEM BY RICK NAYMARK 8;
The Victor STEPHANIE PRITCHARD 9;
Seascape A POEM BY BARBARA ANN CHRISTY 13;
Happiness Is WAYNE HUNT 14;
The Secret MARY SUE YOUNG...
A Chip Off the Old...Stone Tony Seegers 3;
Oakdale Heaven Greg Lone 14;
Priorities Darla Huck 16;
The First Time Bob Slocum 17;
Fresh Cut Gregg Hodges 28;
Things of Value Cate Sheller 31;
Tear Cherie Garretson 37;
Triple Zero Six A STORY 4;
Midnight Story for a Sunny Day A STORY BY DEBORAH STRICKLETT 9;
Untitled Poem A POEM BY ANN MARIE POHL 12;
Winter Shade Trees A POEM BY DARELL OAKLAND 14;
A Hundred Hours A STORY BY DEBORAH BLACK 15;
from Dr. Pearl Hogrefe 1;
Oh, Brother CLAIR CALHOON 3;
Anna Mae ROBIN COON 6;
/ Am the People JULIE FARGO 13;
The Tree MARTHA STEVENS 15;
Mallards ERVIN KRAUSE 19;
A Long Time. .. 20;
What Should Be Done with ISC Football? .. 24;
Dedication to Albert Walker 1;
The Best of SKETCH 2;
P.P.P. of P.P by Randy Smith 3;
I Always Wondered a poem by Jodi Hardy 6;
The Diner a poem by Susan Morrison 6;
Huddling in the Rain a poem by Rick Dirks 8;
Gymnasts All Around a poem by...
The Coterie JEANETTE Y. HOLST 3;
The Brief Life of Oedipus Smith DEAN MAYTAG 8;
Paraesthesia A POEM BY CRAIG PARSONS 10;
Dear Joner CAROL SHUBERT 13;
Poem A POEM BY DEBORAH PUI YOUNG 20;
Make-Believe Mother MARIAN ALERT 21;
The Branch A POEM BY...
Underground A POEM BY STEVE NORDER 4;
A Normal Death BY MARIAN MORTON 5;
Snowman's Revenge A POEM BY LOU CARDIN 9;
The Rise and Fall of Mellow Moonbeam A POEM BY ROD DRAKE 10;
Plastic Dolls BY MARY MARTIN 20;
The Fall A POEM BY CYNTHIA...
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...
Craniotomy a poem by Craig Hildreth 2;
Elden Marilyn Maas 3;
Selection from Despite the Falling Snow a poem by P. F. Anderson 10;
To Begrudge Julie Johannsen 11;
The Thickening Haze by Pamela R. Lietz 18;
The Wyeth Boy a poem by M. J. Scheck...
Soldier's Mail. A poem Anna Mae Mattice 3;
Something That Shows. A story Mary Dodds 4;
The River. A poem Doris Allen 8;
"My Name Is Margaret." A story Alice Brandt Walker 10;
The Lightness of a Violin Polly Pride 16;
On Watch. A poem A/S J. K....
In the Background Inside cover;
Sketch Presents 2;
Science with Practice Dwaine Marvick 3;
Disavowal Dick Ellis 5;
In Line of Dntv Burnell Held 6;
Brown Boxes Pat Minear 12;
Belly Case Frederick Young 16;
l o u a Crisis Howard Johnson...
Prosperity A POEM BY JAMES SAGE 2;
Threshing Dinner VERDA AEGERTER 3;
Hate Town JOYCE BRANSON 9;
Indoors in Science . A POEM BY SAM SAMPLE 16;
The Cat DORIS WITTER 17;
Evening A POEM BY JAMES SAGE 19;
He That Believeth Not BRUCE BUTTERFIELD...
The Campanile in winter as seen from the portico of Curtiss Hall. A trail through the snow toward the Campanile can be seen with two people midway and centered in the photograph. One of a set of two photographs, the other being:...
This 1938 image taken from north and only slightly west of the Gold Star Hall (front) entrance to the Memorial Union has foreground an unpaved road that crosses in front of the fountain and defines the Union's property. A lamppost and a No Parking...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923; Stanton, Edgar Williams, 1850-1920; Stanton, Margaret MacDonald; Knapp, Seaman Ashahel, 1833-1911; Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm; Travelers - Europe;...
Written by Mary and Adonijah Welch to Margaret and Edgar Stanton while the Welches were on their second trip to Europe after Welch resigned from the presidency. The letters mention family matters, the Board of Trustees and the dissension against...
Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...