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...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Speeches; Curriculum development; Educational reform; Agricultural education; State universities and colleges; Western United States; Undergraduate education;...
Box 2, Folder 3: A speech given by Welch at Nebraska University about the change in education needed in the new Western territories. He talks about the growing needs of the West, including school houses, governments, and homes and how they will...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; College majors; Curriculum development; Greek (classical); Latin; Mathematics; Technical education; University of Michigan
Box 2, Folder 13: A speech given by Welch when he received a L. L. D. (Doctor of Law) Degree from the University of Michigan. He talks about his time at the University and the importance of a good education. He praises the University for...
Delta Sigma Phi's lawn display, ""Here lies K.S. pole cats"", won first place in the fraternity division lawn displays. Hairless Joe, standing with a club in his hand, looks over to the tomb where the Kansas State pole cats lie.
This lawn display is a figure similar to the comic book character, Little Lulu."" she is setting on a Kleenex box as the Little Lulu character was part of a advertising campaign for Kleenex tissues at this time.
GRAYNESS. A Poem Helen M. Pundt 2;
REGRET. A Poem Rosemary Folgate 2;
JOHN, THE DREAMER. A Story Robert E. Lee 3;
JULIE STOOPS TO CONQUER. A Story Lydia Stewart Welch 6;
MARCH THAW. A Poem Eunice Leckband 8;
PENNY SALE. A Story Irving Spaulding...
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....
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...
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...
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...
FOLLOW THE GOLDEN ROAD TO NOWHERE. A Mood Sketch Ralph Newcomer 2;
MATT'S SONG. An Excerpt Keith Shillington 3;
L'UNE A L'AUTRE. A Poem Charlene Fredricksen 4;
IRON MAN. A Story George Thomson 5;
CHICAGO. A Sketch Lois Larson 7;
YESTERDAY. A Poem...