Kitchen-Klatter began as a half-hour radio show with Leanna Driftmier sharing household tips, recipes, and childrearing advice among other topics. The radio show aired from 1926-1986 making it the longest running homemaker program in the history of...
Volume 24, Bulletins 260-280. (260) Differences in Iowa Farms and Their Significance in the Planning of Agricultural Programs; (261) Post-War Developments in the Marketing of Cheese; (262) Local Hog Marketing Practices in Iowa; (263) Bacteriology...
Hunting 1965 Roger Scott 3;
I Dig Your Bones Editha Ann Wilberton 13;
Lori's Poem Neil Dyer 14;
The Renaming of Kin Editha Ann Wilberton 15;
Aunt Evangeline Karen Piconi 17;
Little Daughter Susan Wylie 19;
Hawaii, 1977 Susan...
Bread for the Moon (1st Prize) Jennie VerSteeg 5;
The Women's Party (2nd Prize) Mary Cantrell 17;
Cataracts (3rd Prize) Karen Piconi 30;
The Place for Her Body M.A. Baldassare 51;
Getting Into the Picture Tim Dreyer 64;
How You Came to Live After She Abandoned You With Soy Sauce by P. Kim Bui 10;
Rising to Recovery by Adam Jonas 12;
Running Through a Field on a Saturday Morning by Peter Van Zante 14;
Highway 6 by Peter Van Zante 20;
Junk Mail by Zachary...
Elwood, P. H. (Philip Homer), b. 1884 ; Vizcaya (Miami, Fla.) ; Piers -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg ; Orchards -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg ; Parks -- Florida -- Palm Beach ; Gardens -- Florida -- West Palm Beach ; Florida -- Description and...
Iowa State College landscape architecture professor Philip Elwood takes students on a tour of the southern and eastern United States in 1931. Shows stops at the Great Pier in St. Petersburg along with hibiscus and grapefruit orchards in the area....