Horse Barn 2 is pictured from a distance. A barbed wire fence is in the foreground, across the pasture is a horse, and in the background the horse barn with it's courtyard can be seen. To the right is a silo. Tree branches in the foreground...
The front of Beardshear Hallfrom an angle. A street lamp is prominent in the foreground. 1920s vehicles are parked on the street. Ivy vines are growing on Beardshear Hall, which is partially obscured by a tree limbs on the image right.
The front of Beardshear Hallmuch obscured by trees and shrubs.A dirt road leads toward the Beardshear Hall front steps. TheEnglish Office Building is seen through the otherwise obscuring tree foliage on the left of the image. A flag is flying from...
The Campanile as seen through an opening in the surrounding grove of trees. Clock shows 3:44. Fully leafed tree branches and foreground shadows frame the view of the Campanile. One of a set of four very similar photographs, the others of which are:...
May thirty-first, 1922
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Prof. Carver:
Thank you for your recent letter. I have just returned from New York and Washington, where I attended the Second National Conference on State Parks at the Palisade...
Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Popham, Walter D ; Rokuonji (Kyoto, Japan) -- Description and travel ; Gardens -- China ; Shrines -- Taiwan ; Temples, Chinese ; Gardens -- Japan ; Landscape design -- Japan ; Landscape design -- Taiwan ;...
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...
The Photograph DEANNA MORSE 3;
Senryu A POEM BY EARL KEYSER 6;
The Glove of Indolence WARPO MARKS 7;
The Interaction DEANNA MORSE 10;
Old Greyhounds A POEM BY ROGER KATZ 14;
"X" Marks the Spat MIKE MESSENGER 15;
The Sweeping Up The Heart MARIAN...
For One Dead A POEM BY JAMES WICKLIFF . . . . 2;
Tradition ISABELLE LYON . . . . 3;
Evening Mourns A POEM BY JOHN C. N. SMITH . . . . 5;
Liberty Ashore DAN TAYLOR . . . . 6;
Where There's a Will . SHERRY ELLERHOFF . .14;
Awakened . . . A POEM BY...
Triple Zero Six A STORY 4;
Midnight Story for a Sunny Day A STORY BY DEBORAH STRICKLETT 9;
Untitled Poem A POEM BY ANN MARIE POHL 12;
Winter Shade Trees A POEM BY DARELL OAKLAND 14;
A Hundred Hours A STORY BY DEBORAH BLACK 15;