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...
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
Cover by RON BAKER;
The Green Grandson JOHN J. VONKERNS 1;
The Creative Process BERTA MOELLERING 4;
Crazy Sunday JOHN TAYLOR 5;
Partial Possessor RON CHRISTENSEN 11;
Anatomy DENNIS RUFFCORN 12;
Morning MICHELE DEBENEDICKS 14;
The Power STEPHEN...
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...
Caput Mortuum A POEM BY SUE HAUN 2;
Through a Glass, Darkly GARY LEWIS 3;
Autumn Image A POEM BY THEODORE KOOSER 9;
Machines PETER PROUL 10;
The Day the Pink Snoiv Came to Cuneo MARION ERISTOFF 12;
The Machine NANCY HILLIG 19;
And the Poor Would...
Journey in Confusion A POEM BY STEPHEN RANDALL 2;
Duet for Oboe and Trumpet ERVIN WOLFF 3;
The Third Day BARBARA BUCHWALD 7;
In His Image JOHN A. WALKER 11;
The Visit NELL BRUNER 15;
Saturday and Nothin' to Do SHERRY STODDARD 18;
Lodging in the...
POEMS Maurice J. Kirby 2;
THROUGH GINGHAM CURTAINS Dorothy Dunkelberg 2;
HOME AGAIN Fred Sawyer 3;
THE CURLERS Grace Eby 6;
LITTLE SISTER'S INFLUENCE Roy Kyner 7;
No FRAGILE THING Agda Gronbech 8;
TRAVELER Richard Hull 9;
BILL'S FOLLY William...
A NEW DAWN Jean Boland 2;
GREY EYES Maurice J. Kirby 2;
"KIVER" Esther Brucklacher 3;
GET A HORSE Elaine Leffingwell 6;
PEACE Edna Oberndorfer 8;
HASTE Charles Reynolds 9;
THEY ALSO SERVE Maurice J. Kirby 10;
FM LONELY TONIGHT Jesse Jacobsen...
AUTUMN MORNINGS. A Sonnet Hilde Kronsage 2;
A CHILD AND LIFE. A Poem Catherine W. Birmingham 2;
TUMBLEBUG. A Story Welch Richardson 3;
CHICAGO BUS. A Story George Downing 7;
SUNSPELL. A Poem Rosemae Johnson 10;
To A MIRROR. A Poem Marjorie...
You WILL REMEMBER Clyde Zimmerman 2;
THE KID Elmer Bachman 3;
PRIMEVAL DAWNING Robert B. Wallace 8;
PUPPETS COME TO LIFE Naomi Geiger 9;
SEARCH FOR PERFECTION . Dorothy Dunkelberg 15;
WIND Bill McKay 16;
CHAPEL Dorothy Baker 16;
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....
Dorothy Kehlenbeck in front of fireplace in Room 105 holding a gavel made from a wooden water main of old Chemistry Hall which was unearthed when Pearson Hall was being built. Professor Breckinridge made the gavel.
Library staff are gathered in front of the east entrance to the library for a group photograph. Row 1 (left to right) Mrs. Severa Vandergaast, Mrs. Sidney Chang, Karen Huisman, Cheryll Rankin, Gayle Thorson, Sonia Leistad, Sharon Snelling, Mrs....
The library staff is shown in this group portrait taken in September 1944. They are: Front row (left to right) Dorothy Delamore, Darlene Albinger, Virginia Gallagher, Margaret Mae Gross, Mary Ellen Gallagher, Evelyn Clouser, Dorothy L. Mott; Row 2...
The library staff from 1955 is posed in front of the east side of the library building. They are: front row (left to right): Dorothy Redfield, Dorothy Parek, Mary Lou Johnson, Nancy Currie, Louise Hobbs, Elaine Zimmerman, Evelyn Tirado, Miriam...
The library staff from 1952 is posed in front of the east side of the library building. The identified staff members are: Row 1 (left to right): Dorothy Havlik, Ione Miller, Roselyn Baher, Dorothy Van Bogart, Arlyn Storvick. Row 2 (left to right)...
Tropical Disturbance. A story Phyllis Wendt 3;
Images Assorted 9;
The Way It Would Be. An essay Anonymous 11;
Sunday I. A poem .Terrance Hallagan 13;
Sunday II. A poem Terrance Hallagan 14;
The Champs. A story Mary Dodds 14;
To Tell You Straight. A...