Animal Diseases; Methods; Diagnosis; Animal Nutrition; 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...
In a wintertime scene, the Hog Barn is seen in the distance through the trees. According to an interoffice communication from William F. LaGrange this photograph shows the barn as located on the north side of campus in the early 1920's, north of...
Bas-relief--Iowa; Dairying; Agricultural education; Iowa State University--Art collections; Sculptors--Iowa; Public art--Iowa; Photographs
Dairy industry bas relief (terra cotta 1934). Text authored by Horticulture Professor Jules Cool Cunningham. Located in Food Sciences Building lobby formerly the Dairy Industry Building on the Iowa State University campus.
The front of Beardshear Hall seen from under the portico of Curtiss Hall across central campus. Framed by the Beaux Art details of columns and lamp post along with an overhanging mature elm, the view shows students on the central walkway.
Beardshear Hall as the site for an event.A large number of peopleare on the steps, surrounding sidewalk, and on the walk leading across campus. Men in naval uniform (ROTC) are leading a procession away from Beardshear.
Campanile; Beardshear Hall; Iowa State University;
The Campanile in winter partially hidden among the trees on a snow covered central campus. The view is from the portico of Beardshear Hall, with the base of one of the large columns in the right of the image.
The Campanile surrounded by trees in its central campus setting. Clock shows 3:44. Overhanging fully leafed trees provide a frame for the Campanile as central focus of the photograph. The photograph is one of a set of four, each almost identical...