Dyes and dying; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
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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...
Iowa State University; Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station; Corn
A seed corn dryer is attached to a building via a rectangular shoot. The dryer's wheels and lower section are enclosed in a covered wooden frame structure. An opening in one end of the dryer shows some of it's inner workings.
Dr. Duane Isely is working with three women from the Kansas State Seed Laboratory, Topeka, Kansas. Sitting left to right (excluding the two girls looking downward at the back): Mrs. Veda Phillips, Mrs. Leota Sprang, and Mrs. Stella Cailteux.
Petersen, Christian, 1885-1961; Iowa State University; Public art
Four Seasons Fountain with the Memorial Union in the background. The maiden facing front nurses her newborn, the maiden facing right holds a basket of maize, and the maiden facing left plants the seed corn. The fourth maiden (not visible) holds ...
Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Wallace, Henry A., 1888-1965.
Graduation portrait of Henry A. Wallace. Son of Henry C. Wallace and friend of George Washington Carver. Wallace remembered Carver with appreciation: "Because of his friendship with my father and perhaps his interest in children George Carver...
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...
Miss Harriet Kellogg (left), curator of the Herbarium and Botanical Library and Miss Charlotte M. King (center), Assistant Professor, Artist, and Seed Analyst are working in this office. The men are not identified.
Problem in Women 1;
The Dividing Line ALICE IRVINE 1;
Juniper Tree ERVINE KRAUSE 4;
The Misfit GEORGE PETERSON 5;
Too Young or Too Old . . . . JACK PAARLBERG 12;
Man, It's Fast LORALYN BEELER 15;
Journey Away ERVIN KRAUSE 15;
Big-Time. A Story Terrance Hallagan 3;
And Why Not The Editor 11;
From the Inside. A Mood Sketch William A. Hamann 12;
The Silent Ones. A Poem Jauvanta Young 14;
First Hate. A Story Harris Kramer 16;
Oh . . . hell. A Poem Phyllis Wendt 17;
THIRST. A Poem Richard Trump 2;
SPRING THUNDER. A Poem Robert Beresford 2;
LETTERS DO INCRIMINATE. A Story Irving Caspe 3;
SPEED. A Story Bernie Kooser 9;
THE ENGINEER IN LOVE. A Poem....Maurice Kirby 10;
EPILOGUE TO A PROCTOR MARK. A Story
Blood and Steel. A poem Stella Lou Johnson 3;
"I Am I he T r u t h . . . " A story Je a n Marquis 4;
Comprehensive Report on the Genetics of Drosophila
Melangaster, Or the Strange Case of the Philosophical
Fruit Fly. A poem William Blanchard...
The Burning A POEM BY PAUL KRATOSKA 2;
The Summer Bird Has Flown SUSAN ANDERSON 3;
Transatlantic Subway A POEM BY THOM PIGAGA 8;
The Scout MARGARET GOSE 9;
Haiku A POEM BY ANDREA CARLISLE 11;
Saved MARK HJERMSTAD 12;
Track A POEM BY ANDREA...
Christopher's Domain by Elizabeth Smith Schabel 3;
A Friend Like Mr. Wheeler by Kathy Johnson 5;
i run a poem by Jodi Hardy 9;
Illiterate a poem by Carlton R. Harris 10;
First Sunday of Some Month by Julie Pagliai 12;
Nine A.M. Pianist a poem by...