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    • Letter from Carver to Curtiss, February 20, 1903

    • Botanical Specimens; Southern Industrial Institute (Camp Hill, Ala.); Curtiss, Charles F. (Charles Franklin), 1863-1947.
    • Feb. 20, 1903 Prof. C. F. Curtiss, Ames, Iowa. My Dear professor Curtiss: You will doubtless receive a letter from principal Lyman Ward, of Camp Hill, Alabama, asking for a few hop roots. I told him that I thought he would have no trouble in...
    • Fort Myers to St. Augustine, Florida part 2

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Architecture, Domestic -- Florida ; Gardens -- Florida ; Bird refuges -- Florida -- Lake Wales ; Springs -- Florida -- Ponce de Leon ; Florida -- Description and travel ; Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- Description...
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. In Florida they went to Highland Hammock near Siebring, saw a cypress swamp, a grapefruit orchard and...
    • Tennessee part 2

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Architecture, Domestic -- Tennessee ; Rural conditions ; Logging -- Tennessee ; Mineral industries -- Tennessee ; Tennessee -- Description and travel ; Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.) ; Amateur films
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. In Tennessee they view rural communities where girls are doing laundry outdoors in tubs, and a woman is...
    • Tennessee part 1

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Architecture, Domestic -- Tennessee ; Statues -- Tennessee ; Dams -- Tennessee ; Power-plants -- Tennessee ; Rural conditions ; Tennessee -- Description and travel ; Amateur films
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. In Tennessee they view a Confederate statue, homes in a small town, and boys playing football in a yard....
    • East Coast Trip

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Harvard University -- Student housing ; Constitution (Frigate) ; Cleveland Museum of Art ; Gardens -- Delaware -- Wilmington ; Gardens -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia ; Parkways -- Pennsylvania --...
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. Places visited on the trip include - "Longwood", DuPont gardens near Wilmington, Del. ; R. T. Stotesbury...
    • Kansas City to Baton Rouge part 2

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.) ; Gardens -- Mississippi -- Natchez ; Plantations -- Natchez (Miss.) ; Towers -- Louisiana -- New Orleans ; Gardens -- Louisiana ; Bird refuges -- Louisiana ;...
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. In Natchez, Mississippi they view the old plantation home "Brandon," and typical sunken roadways nearby....
    • Kansas City to Baton Rouge part 1

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Parks -- Kansas -- Kansas City ; Gardens -- Kansas -- Kansas City ; Architecture, Domestic -- Kansas -- Kansas City ; Kansas City (Kan.) -- Description and travel ; Kansas City (Mo.) -- Description and travel...
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. The first stop is Kansas City where they visit the War Memorial, the country club section where they see...
    • Hong Kong to Formosa

    • Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Popham, Walter D ; Pagodas -- China ; Cemeteries -- China ; Temples, Chinese ; Memorials -- China ; Rice -- Planting -- China ; Rice -- Processing -- China ; Harbors -- China ; Junks -- China ; Harbors --...
    • Iowa State College landscape architecture professors Philip H. Elwood and Walter Popham took 4 students (Bethane Carpenter, John Hall, Max Bird, and Norman Morris) on a tour of Japan, China, the Philippine Islands, and Hawaii in 1929. This video...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, August 28, 1919

    • Fungi; Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
    • August twenty-eighth, 1919 Mr. G. W. Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Ala., Dear Professor Carver:-- Your letter of July twenty-third reached me while I was away. I am glad to hear from you. I shall be glad to receive the southern collection of fungi....
    • Homecoming football game, 1950.

    • Iowa State University; Homecoming; football
    • The 1950 Homecoming football game was played between Iowa State University and the University of Kansas at the Clyde T. Williams field. The football game in progress is viewed from the southern end zone. The United States flag is in the foreground...
    • Knoll, 1900-1915

    • Knoll (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University
    • The wrap around porch, second floor dormer and southern chimney are all visible in this southeastern view of the Knoll. The house is surrounded by trees and the lawn.
    • Tsuga sieboldii

    • Landscape architecture; Tsuga sieboldii; southern Japanese hemlock; Arnold Arboretum; Boston, Massachusetts
    • Tsuga sieboldii (southern Japanese hemlock), Arnold Arboretum, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Woman's Home Missionary Society

    • Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923; Presidents' spouses; Speeches; Presidents' spouses; Women missionaries
    • A speech given by Mary Welch to the W. H. M. (Woman's Home Missionary) Society. Welch discusses the society's missionary work throughout the southern and southwestern United States.

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