VEISHEA; Student Activities; Education; Iowa State University;
A 1923 horse-drawn float from the Education Department. Two horses are pulling a flatbed wagon with a tiered platform with the words ""health,"" ""citizenship,"" ""life work,"" ""use of leisure,"" and ""citizens in making."" Girls sit in chair on...
Iowa State University; Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station; Education
A man in a suit presents an agricultural education lecture for a class of adult men, 1966. The class sits on folding chairs at folding tables, with bags of corn kernels or soybeans in front of them as examples. The lecturer stands behind a...
A veterinary education setting in Room 213 of the Veterinary Quadrangle, wherein a professor is demonstrating suturing to a student. The instructor is wearing a white lab coat; the student is dressed in a suit.
Burroughs, LeRoy, Rev.; Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
April seventeenth, 1922
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Prof. Carver:
This will introduce to you Rev. LeRoy Burroughs who is Rector of the little Episcopal Church at Ames and who has charge of our student work of the Episcopal Church...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; technical education; liberal arts
Box 2, Folder 16: Welch discusses education and the type of education needed for the future. He speaks about the inability of students to be prepared for future careers without a well rounded education and the importance of studying Greek classics...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Education; Technical education; Agricultural education
Box 2, Folder 18: A speech given by Welch about the need for higher education to concentrate more on practical, scientific education rather than the disciplines traditionally studied in the past. (Missing pages 1, 18-19, 21, 54, 83-84,93)
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Commencements; Commencement, 1878; speeches; Graduation ceremonies; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Adulthood; higher education
Box 2, Folder 2: A commencement speech given by Welch to the Class of 1878. Welch speaks about when students graduate from college, they officially enter adultuhood and take on its responsibilities. He also discusses how education can be used to...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Responsibility; Moral values; Immorality; Moral education; Personality development
Box 2, Folder 8: A speech given by Welch about peoples' very different characters including how integrity is often mixed with immorality. He also discusses how hard work and morality through study makes a better person.
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; liberal arts; technical education; curriculum development; educational reform; higher education; technical eduation; liberal arts
Box 2, Folder 9: A speech given by Welch about the benefits of a practical education. He discusses how education that has no outlet in useful activities is not as valuable as a practical education. He gives examples to prove that without the...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Fairs; Agricultural education
Box 3, Folder 1: A speech given by Welch to the "Farmers of Delaware County" who helped organize their county fair. Welch speaks of the importance of agricultural education and practical farming. He discusses the value of fairs, compares fairs to...
Dairying; Agricultural education; Iowa State University--Art collections; Sculptors--Iowa; Public art--Iowa
Christian Petersen standing behind The History of Dairying sculpture (terra cotta1934) Located in Food Sciences Building courtyard formerly the Dairy Industry Building on the Iowa State University campus.
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.
Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923 ; Iowa State College Department of Domestic Economy ; Home economics ; Cooking ; Domestic life ; Women--Education ; Home economics teachers ; Technical education
Describes the beginning of the Department of Domestic Economy, how Mary Welch pursuaded President Welch and the Board of Trustees that the department was needed, how she prepared for the position, and her training in cookery.