This 1957 aerial view of the Memorial Union from the front (north) and west shows the northwest addition and west terrace, the Gold Star Hall entrance, the multiple stories and roof levels, and the fountain in front of the building. Tables and...
The south side of the south wing of Old Main after the first fire in December 1900. A large amount of room furnishings are strewn around the grounds. This view shows clearly that the south wing was the least affected portion of the building in the...
The north side of Old Main after a fire in 1900. A large number of chairs are strewn around the grounds. This view shows clearly that the north roof and north wall of the building are gone. Window openings on the west and south side of the north...
A General's Soldier JAMES T. JONES 1;
The Derelicts DAVID H. LEONARD 8;
Winter Nightfall JAMES WICKLIFF 11;
A Little Bass Fishing TOM CAULFIELD 12;
Old Stoneface . P. J. O'Connell 16;
The Good Ship Decorum JANET STONER 23;
A Child Came Home ELINOR...
Cover by MICHAEL SMITH;
The Intervieiu MARY JEAN STODDARD 1;
The Younger Generation BILL JOHNSON 13;
Chaperone ALBERTA MOELLERING 14;
The Wasteland SUE FITZSIMMONS 16;
The Big Break POLLY WEISS 22;
A Peace RON CHRISTENSEN 27;
The Globs JOAN...
Cover HERB DAVISON;
Ice and Snow and Iowa SAM SAMPLE 1;
Naked and Alone We Came Into Exile JAMES WICKLIFF 2;
Hunger Hunger Everywhere . ANDREW TIDEMANN 3;
House of God DICK MOOTHART 10;
Warm Autumn ALBERT JENSEN 12;
Parting COLE FOSTER 13;
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...
Journey in Confusion A POEM BY STEPHEN RANDALL 2;
Duet for Oboe and Trumpet ERVIN WOLFF 3;
The Third Day BARBARA BUCHWALD 7;
In His Image JOHN A. WALKER 11;
The Visit NELL BRUNER 15;
Saturday and Nothin' to Do SHERRY STODDARD 18;
Lodging in the...
Family Man NEIL HOWARD 2;
Poem ALAN QUARTERMAIN 9;
On the City Dump A POEM BY JOHN T. MELLORS 9;
Just One Thing DIANE DEVAUL 10;
Streets A POEM BY JOHN T. MELLORS 14;
When The Bough Breaks ELLEN PACKER 15;
You Can't Pitch Hay JIM AVEY 22;
I Am A Success A POEM BY THOMAS A. PENDERGAST 2;
Whose Side? THOMAS H. JONES 3;
I Am So Big JERRY PIERCE 10;
Senryu DAVE THOMAS 11;
"And Never the Twain" MICHAEL kENT 12;
Your Hidden Face POEM BY JANE JOHNSON 18;
Tomorrow's Thoughts POEM BY NEIL...
What To Do, Little Man KATHY JACOBSEN 2;
Epithanation A POEM BY TESSIE WOLFF5;
You Oceans Both LYNETTE ANDRESEN 6;
Father A POEM BY JANE JOHNSON 15;
Bohemienne DAVID OSHEL 16;
Freedom Bound JUNE WEHRMAN 18;
1944—1964 A POEM BY TESSIE WOLFF...
Young Love A POEM BY ANN-MARIE BJORNSTAD 2;
To the Lions, Funnyman JOHN LEWIS 3;
The Princess and the Toad BOB JOHNS 7;
Round and 'Round A POEM BY ELEANOR FERNELIUS 10;
Goin' Home SANDRA VISSER 12;
Momma A POEM BY JEANNE ABRAHAMSON 15;
April A POEM BY JOSEPH DESY 2;
Linda J. DAVID PRINCE 3;
Poem A POEM BY K. P. KAISER 7;
Picnic MARY LOU LIFKA 8;
Bogie-Man A POEM BY THOM PIGAGA 9;
The Affair SUSAN FABER 10;
The Runner ROBERT CALDWELL 14;
The Lounge A POEM BY LARRY MC COY...