Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Degrees, Academic
Dec. 22, 1924
Mr. G. W. Carver,
Dear Mr. Carver:
I have a copy of a letter you sent the New York Times of November 24th. I am glad to receive this. Permit me to make this suggestion to you. Was not your second...
Clothing and dress; Costume; Fashion; Fashion Plates; Fashion Illustrations
Fashions for December showing 2 semi-fitted capes and 3 evening dresses (top portion only). The semi-fitted capes have either lace or ruffle edges worn over full skirted dresses and with simply trimmed bonnets. The evening dresses all have fitted...
Summer Saturday ERVIN KRAUSE 1;
Without Struggle MARGERY SLORBY 5;
There's No Why RICHARD WATSON 11;
Uncle Hjaalmar TOM OLSEN 12;
Vienna Bread JAMES KRESS 13;
Choice JOHN CHATELLIER 25;
Arky TOM VERNON 26;
Twenty Millimeter DONALD HENDRICKSON 27
Come Back in a Few Years Don Jackson 3;
Flippancy Richard N. Mason 5;
Nice Day Frances Foster 6;
Softly the Silence Robert B. Wallace 9;
Homecoming Edward D. Brown 9;
Song of the Plow Helen L. Myers 12;
Want D. Ronald Baldridge 13;
Greetings from the Guest Editor Harlan H. Hatcher 3;
Inscription Richard N. Mason 4;
Hunger Kenneth Reinertson 5;
Wrapped for Mailing Frances Foster 9;
Little Boss Ralph A. Krass 12;
The Other Bread Clyde Zimmerman 13;
Moonlight for Sale Betty...
NOSTALGIA. A Poem Irving A. Spaulding 2;
AND NOW THE SNOW. A Story Clyde Zimmerman 3;
ROBERT FROST. A Criticism Roger Willey 8;
INTERLUDE. A Sketch Tom Swearingen 8;
SKETCHES FROM LIFE.
MOOD—EARLY MORNING Betty Keith 9;
MONDAY AFTERNOON LAB...
Two by Two MARGARET MATTISON 1;
The Concerto Recorded RICHARD DAY 3;
M.L JEAN MC GHIE 3;
Highway JAMES L. WICKLIFF 8;
The Aristocrat NAME WITHHELD 9;
Soliloquy LOU HALE 11;
The Guinea Pig PAUL J. BENNETT 12;
No Death JAMES L. WICKLIFF 15;
Once Upan a Time Margret Wallace 2;
Cold War Jon Doerflinsrer 3;
Command Performance. Robert H. Harvey 11;
Green Island. Richard Handy 13;
Choice. .C. Richard Ellis 17;
Scaredy-Cat Austin H. Phelps 18;
Christmas Loneliness. Martin Hoffman 20;
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
In The Background Inside Cover;
Alumni Forum 2;
Transition Lawrence Moeska 3;
Ode to an Engineering College and tlie Atom Dick Ellis 5;
To Be a Blue Squirrel Charlenc Stettler 6;
Forgetting Merritt Bailey 12;
My Father and The Fish That Wouldn't...
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....
DUST OF BLAKMER. A Stoiy Lyle Abbott 3;
REGRETS. A Poem C. S. Thompson, Jr. 9;
PERSPECTIVE. A Mood Sketch Helen Taylor 10;
SOMEWHERE WARM, GREEN GRASS IS GROWING. A Poem Dwaine Marvick 11;
TIN GOD. A Story George W. Thomson 12;
HEAT. A Mood Sketch...
ESCAPE June Gaylord 2;
STUBBORN AS A MULE Maurice Kirby 3;
ON SEEING LAKE MICHIGAN Audrey Spencer 9;
FROM THE MEMOIRS OF A SMOOTH-SHAVEN MAN
Don Jackson 9;
HEPATICA Esther Brucklacher 11;
LEMON PIE Ruth Swanton 12;
To— Agda Gronbech 16;
December first, 1919
Professor G. W. Carver,
Dear Professor Carver:--
I thank you for the very fine batch of fungi that came this morning. They will add greatly to our collection. The package was opened at one end but none of...
Iowa Academy of Science; Fungi; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
Dec. 14th, 1901
Dr. L. H. Pammel
My dear Prof. Pammel,
The Sixteenth Announcement of the Iowa Academy of Sciences has just reached me. I have looked it over carefully and regret that I cannot be present at the meeting, as the subjects...
Iowa State University Statistical Laboratory; Iowa State University Department of Statistics; Statistics; Statistical services
The Statistical Laboratory was organized at Iowa State College in 1933. The first of its kind in the nation, the Statistical Laboratory provides consulting work and promotes statistical research. Although statistics courses were first taught at...
Iowa State University. Dept. of Botany.; Botanical Specimens; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
12 / 26 / 1900
My dear Prof. Pammel,
Merry Xmas to All:-
I read so many and such variable reports concerning the fire and the destruction of Bot. specimens. Are your losses really very heavy and was the Perry lab damaged very much?
Will your work...
A collapsed wall after the first building fire at Old Main in December 1900. A large amount of rubble is at the base of the large open space in the wall. Smoke is still present inside the burned out building wing.
Old Main from the front showing the damage to the north side of the building after the first fire of December 1900. The Hub building located north of Old Main is also in the view. People are gathered in three different groups close to the building....