May 22, 1924
Professor. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Prof. Carver:
I cannot express to you in words my deep appreciation of your very kind letter of February 22 on the completion of my thirty-fifth year of service at...
ARCHER PILGRIM. A Story Don Jackson 3;
HEAVEN FOR LITTLE APHIDS. A Sketch Anonymous 7;
FAMILY UNDERSTANDING. A Story Jo Anne Nicholson 9;
FRAGMENTS OF MEMORIES. A Sketch Tsunco Tanabe 14;
THOUGHTS WHILE PLOWING. A Poem Jean Ross 16;
THE ALIEN. A...
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...
Sergeant Jack L. A. KIGER 1;
Good-by P. J. O'CONNELL 5;
Paradise Bar and Lounge WALLACE VEGORS 8;
A Fine Day ELINOR HOLMBERG 12;
Polecats TOM CAULFIELD 14;
Wedding Fantasy NANCY S. SPANGLER 18;
She Has a Mouse DORIS DOCKENDORFF 22;
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....
Happy Birthday Inside Cover;
Alumni Forum 2;
Search for a Haven Martin HofEman 3;
Sound OH Merritt Bailey 6;
In The Dreams, The Everliving Dick Ellis 7;
A Spinster's Song Elinor Chase 17;
Swoopy Dycie Stough 18;
Fine Arts 21;
Duke's Orchestra Is an...
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...
A. D. 1941. A Poem Jean Ross 2;
OF LIFE AND DEATH. A Story Clyde Zimmerman 3;
THE FORKED PATH. A Sketch Jean Ross 6;
PEAR TREE IN DECEMBER. A Poem Helen M. Pundt 7;
SOPHISTICATION. A Story Dorothy Anne Roost 8;
WINTER—FOREVER. A Story Frances P....
August twenty-eighth, 1919
Mr. G. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.,
Dear Professor Carver:--
Your letter of July twenty-third reached me while I was away. I am glad to hear from you. I shall be glad to receive the southern collection of fungi....
The Pammel family are posing for a photograph in front of their home on Duff Ave. in Ames, Iowa. Standing left to right: Doris M. Pammel, Lois H. Pammel, Violet E. Pammel, Mrs. Pammel, Dr. Pammel, Edna C. Pammel, Harriet M. Pammel, Harold E. Pammel
Iowa State University; Homecoming; Homecoming Queen
The Homecoming queen and attendants are posed next to a convertible. All of the women are wearing cardigan letter sweaters and mum corsages. They are from left to right: Bonnie Helfrich, Doris Blair (seated, queen) and Ann Bradley.
Iowa State University; Homecoming; Homecoming queen
The 1951 Homecoming Queen and attendants, wearing mum corsages, are sitting in a convertible. They are from left to right : Ann Bradley (Attendant); Doris Blair (Queen); and Bonnie Helfrich (Attendant).