Story County (Iowa); History; Biography; Iowa Agricultural College
Biographical and historical memoirs of Story County, Iowa. Comprising a condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a descriptive history of the county named herein, and numerous selected...
The History of Dubuque County, Iowa, Containing a History of the County, its Cities, Towns, &
Biographical Sketches of Citizens, War Record of its Volunteers in the late Rebellion, General and Local Statistics, Portraits of Early Settlers and...
Exploration; Travel; Central America; Panama; Darien
Box 1: folder 7, Source Material Relating to Richard A. Tewkesbury’s trips to the Darien in 1939 and 1940. Contains Tewkesbury’s unpublished writings which consist of his day by day notes of his trek through the Darien from July 6 to August...
The Hero JAMES THOREEN 1;
Quebec MARGRET WALLACE 12;
On The Stairs RICHARD CARROLL 13;
As Only A Robot Can TOM VERNON 14;
Feathered Proof TOM ENGLISH 16;
Daiquiri PAUL BISHOP 22;
Aunt Bertha TOM OLSEN 27;
I Have Just Killed DWYER DUNCAN...
Sea-Fog ARNOLD BEATH 1;
Red Socks JACQUELINE WAGNER 7;
Blackness CORKY TROUT 9;
Mrs. Pedersen MARY JEAN STODDARD 16;
The Wild Ones JANET STONER 19;
Four Plus One is Five ROBERT NORBERG 22;
The Storm THEODORE DOTY 29;
Quarter System or Semester...
Cover WILLIAM LEE;
The Stone BENJAMIN BRALEY 1;
This Hill JAMES WICKLIFF 8;
Lars ANDREW TIDEMANN 9;
Shadows JAMES SAGE 13;
The Bubble BRUCE BUTTERFIELD 14;
Flamenco BRUCE BUTTERFIELD 19;
The Aggressors JAMES L. GREEN 20;
Segovia BRUCE BUTTERFIELD...
Lonely Grows the Child BY MARK SCHMIDT 3;
Christmas Morning A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 10;
Easter Parade A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 11;
Memorabilia BY L. CONLEY BROWN 13;
Hands A POEM BY ELAINE VALE 22;
The Seed Gatherer A POEM BY LESLIE A. JOHNSON...
Together Again BY BRUCE OUDERKIRK 2;
Again A POEM BY PAUL IASEVOLI 11;
Sand and Man A POEM BY ANDREW STEVENS 13;
Of Nightingales and Leaden Chains BY MARILYN COURSEY SORENSEN 14;
Auto Ambergris BY ANDREW STEVENS 23;
The Eating Rituals of the...
EARS. A Poem Richard Trump 2;
How SHALL I SAY GOODBYE? A Story Richard Trump 3;
DID YOU HEAR? A Poem Catherine Birmingham 8;
EVENING CARILLON. A Poem Maurice Kirby 9;
MY CREED LeRoy F. Harlow 14;
JOYEUX NOEL. A Story Edward Jenner Whiteley 15;
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...
Batista Horton Man in a Museum of Modern Art 3;
Deana Marrs Waiting (2nd Award) 14;
Carmen Largaespada As a Boy 15;
Kenn Walker Station 21;
Kevin Knutz Only a Kid 22;
Susan LeRoy For Judy (Honorable Mention) 32;
Susan LeRoy ...
Hunting 1965 Roger Scott 3;
I Dig Your Bones Editha Ann Wilberton 13;
Lori's Poem Neil Dyer 14;
The Renaming of Kin Editha Ann Wilberton 15;
Aunt Evangeline Karen Piconi 17;
Little Daughter Susan Wylie 19;
Hawaii, 1977 Susan...
DAD George Bickford 2;
JONQUIL Ronny Ronningen 2;
WINNING A WIFE-WOMAN Esther Brucklacher 3;
PLATITUDES AT VESPER E. Patricia Maveety 10;
ZEBRA Frederick J. Sawyer 11;
FEAR OR FUN Blair Hunter 12;
SOUL George Bickford 13;
THE DOCTOR'S FUNERAL Agda...
Comments from Winifred Van Etten 2;
Last Deadline Robert Crossley 3;
Wind Wolves Clyde Wilson 6;
Hermann and Oscar Joe Dain 7;
Meegel and Nanonne Robert Wallace 9;
Interlude Margaret Himmel 10;
Favorite Ghosts Jean Austin 12;
The Trapper Arnold...
Shoes Betty Bice 2;
Bittersweet Thomas Ironside Stanton 3;
The Norseman's Prophecy W. Newton 10;
Judgment of Mr. Pembroke Robert B. Wallace 11;
Decision John van der Linden 19;
I Looked Far Maurine Park 20;
The Grinder Homer K. Gordon 21;
Clothing and dress; Costume; Fashion; Fashion Plates; Fashion Illustrations
Two day dresses. The left dress shows a seamed and decorated bodice coming to a point at the waist, overhanging the shoulders are wide strips of fabric, the pagoda sleeves are extremely wide and 3/4 length with a lace blouse underneath, a lace...
The porticoand front steps of Beardshear Hall as seenfrom the north. Old English Office building is in the image in the background. Shrubs close to the steps and overhanging fully leaved trees frame the image.
The front of Beardshear Hall seen from under the portico of Curtiss Hall across central campus. Framed by the Beaux Art details of columns and lamp post along with an overhanging mature elm, the view shows students on the central walkway.