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    • Chamberlain's Household Souvenir Contents: Department on Cookery

    • Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923 ; Iowa State College Department of Domestic Economy ; Home economics ; Recipes ; Cooking, American ; advertisements
    • Written for a midwestern audience, the booklet contains recipes for cooking common types of food. These are interspersed with descriptions of common ailments and how Chamberlain & Company's products can help.
    • Untitled address to farmers of Delaware County

    • Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Fairs; Agricultural education
    • Box 3, Folder 1: A speech given by Welch to the "Farmers of Delaware County" who helped organize their county fair. Welch speaks of the importance of agricultural education and practical farming. He discusses the value of fairs, compares fairs to...
    • 1937 VEISHEA parade

    • VEISHEA; Student Activities; Chemical Engineering; Iowa State University
    • A 1937 VEISHEA parade float from the Department of Chemical Engineering. ""Products of Corn."" Three men on the float showing various equipment that help produce corn products such as meal, syrup, rayon, and wall board.
    • 1924 VEISHEA

    • VEISHEA; Student Activities; Agriculture; Iowa State University;
    • ""Agricultural Products of the United States."" An exhibit at the Agriculture open house. A pyramid display contains varieties of grains and grasses.
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 8, 1926

    • Prominent Men I Have Met; Guba, Emil Frederick, 1897-; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • December 8, 1926 Dr. L. H. Pammel Department of Botany Station A Ames, Iowa My dear Dr. Pammel: I wish to thank you for your beautiful letter of recent date which I have enjoyed so very much. The copy of the Prominent Men I have Met, reached me...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, May 12, 1924

    • Dyes and dying; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • May 12, 1924 Dr. L. H. Pammel Iowa State College Department of Botany Ames, Iowa My beloved friend, Dr. Pammel: I wish to thank you for your good letter of some weeks ago, and trust that you are well and that all is going well with you. I am...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, March 31, 1924

    • Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • March 31, 1924 Dr. L. H. Pammel Iowa State College Department of Agriculture Ames, Iowa My dear Dr. Pammel: After so long a time, I am getting off to you a few pecans. It seems as though my work has crowded upon me so severely that it has made it...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, May 14, 1924

    • Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • 5 14 24 My dear Dr. Pammel: Here are three small samples of what is considered very strange and very remarkable plant products. All three are essentially the same, and when properly ground and mixed with linseed oil, driers etc. they become an...
    • Cottage cheese, 1930

    • Dairying; Iowa State University;
    • A variety of cottage cheese products made by companies or colleges other than Iowa State College (University) are shown in this photograph taken on July 16, 1930.
    • Student in chemistry laboratory, 1959

    • Chemistry; Laboratory; Iowa State University;
    • A female technician in a white lab coat recording the results of an experiment in organic chemistry. She is monitoring an apparatus used to separate natural products from plant material. The instrument consists of large glass tubes, beakers, and...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, January 24, 1927

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Peanut industry and trade
    • Gainesville, Florida January 24, 1927 Prof. Geo. W. Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama. Dear Prof. Carver: I am in receipt of your letter of January 11th, and I am having my secretary look up the park bulletins. It is likely that Mr....
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, April 21, 1924

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Paint
    • April 21, 1924 Mr. Geo. W. Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Ala. Dear Professor Carver: I have your letter of March 31. The pictures brochure, etc., have just come and I wish to thank you for the contributions. I am looking anxiously for the paint...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 11, n. 08, 1946

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 18, n. 11, 1954

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 26, n. 08, 1962

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 26, n. 10, 1962

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...

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