World War I, 1914-1918; War Work; Iowa State University;
General Lincoln and the staff of the Student Army Training Corp. Taken on January 1, 1919, the photograph shows twenty uniformed men in three rows with the front row sitting in chairs, at the middle of which sits General Lincoln.
World War I, 1914-1918; Military Vehicle; Hospital; Student Services Building; Iowa State University;
A U.S. army ambulance with two uniformed men, one in the driving seat and one standing beside the vehicle. The Student Services Building is in the background, at the front door of which three uniformed nurses are standing.
A horse drawn veterinary ambulance delivering an injured horse to the veterinary clinic. Four people in winter coats are pictured, three of whom are attending to the blanketed recumbent horse. A dog is also pictured.
A veterinary class watching a procedure with a horse in which five students are engaged in strapping a horse to a hydraulic tilt-top operating table for large animals. Three men are on the back side of the vertically positioned table and two men...
Veterinary Medicine; Dairying; Iowa State University;
Three men working with one cow (in a row of dairy cows from the obstetrical herd) with their heads locked in milking stantions. The instructor, wearing a white lab coat, is palpating the udder of the cow. One student is holding the cow's tail and...
VEISHEA; Student Activities; R.O.T.C.; Iowa State University;
1923 motorized vehicle float with three member of ROTC in the front seat. Seated on the flat bed of the float are nine women, with another ROTC member behind them. See photograph 1722-5-8 for an alternate view.
VEISHEA; Student Activities; Iowa State University;
1923 motorized vehicle float with three member of ROTC in the front seat. Seated on the flat bed of the float are nine women, with another ROTC member behind them. ROTC members on horseback ride along side the float. Margaret Hall can be seen in...
VEISHEA; Student Activities; Horticulture; Iowa State University;
A VEISHEA Horticulture float. The float, built on a flat bed wagon, is a grape arbor in which are ferns and similar plant material. Three women are sitting behind the arbor. Margaret Hall is in the background.
VEISHEA; Student Activities; Electrical Engineering; Iowa State University;
A banner with ""King Tut Modernized AIEE"" (American Institute of Electrical Engineers) is hung on the side of this float. There are three male students aboard, with various items including a fan and speaker.
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.
United States; Suffrage; Women's rights; Atlanta, Georgia
Gold colored ribbon with "XXVII Annual Convention of the; National American WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION, ATLANTA, GA. Jan. 31st-Feb. 5th, 1895" inscribed in black. The ribbon also includes two images; the top is of three columns representing wisdom,...
Trice, Jack, 1902-1923 ; Iowa State University -- Alumni and alumnae ; Iowa State University -- Football ; Correspondence; Memorials ; Greene, Cora Mae Trice; Armstrong, Betty; Armstrong, Herbert; Lendt, David; Yates, Stan
Letter from David (Dave) Lendt to Stan Yates accompanying a letter received from Cora Mae Trice Green, the widow of Jack Trice, who had remarried. Mrs. Trice Greene's daughter, Betty Armstrong, visited campus with her husband, Herbert, in 1988 to...
Poisoning; Animal Diseases; Diagnosis; Veterinary Medicine
The Iowa State University Veterinarian (1938-2001) was the official publication of the Iowa State University Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association. The journal was the first veterinary student publication in the country...
November 6, 1919
Dr. A. H. Camel,
Iowa State College,
Department of Botany,
My dear Mr. Camel:--
I wish to thank you for your favor of recent date, and am very glad to know you are receiving the packages of Fungi. Three packages of one...
November 15, 1928
Dr. L. H. Pammel
Iowa State College
My dear Dr. Pammel:--
I want to thank you so much for your letter and also the enclosure of copy written to Mrs. L. B. McCollough. It is far more generous...