Welch, Mary B. (Mary Beaumont), 1840-1923 ; Iowa Agricultural College and Model Farm
Contains biographical information including an article from the Alumnus, radio address by Ralph K. Bliss, and memorials given by various individuals including O. H. Cessna, President Raymond A. Pearson, and Herman Knapp,
Morrill Hall (Ames, Iowa); Parks Library (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University;
Individuals in period attire are walking by Morrill Hall. Ivy can be seen growing on the wall of Morrill Hall in this southeast view. A portion of the college/university Library (Parks Library) is visible to the north.
This 1941 photograph shows a close view of the Four Seasons Fountain in the front (north) of the Memorial Union. The Four Seasons Fountain, which includes four Native American female figures, each representing one of the four seasons, is by...
A group of people are being instructed in library card catalog records, Some of the people, seated at a table are examining individual cataloging cards in drawers. Other standing individuals are consulting books.
A group of individuals are working on the Beta Theta Pi, Tau Sigma Chapter, lawn display. The display shows a large Iowa State University football player sitting on a depiction of the Kansas State University mascot, the Wildcat. The football...
Three individuals are working on the Theta Xi, Mu Chapter, homecoming lawn display of a man seated in an easy chair. On the far side of a short hedge, another group of individuals are constructing a different display.
Several individuals are putting finishing touches on this lawn display. The display depicts four bearded cut-out figures dressed in ragged pants who are working to fix a broken-down car. A sign, which is partially obscured by a tree hangs over the...
Several individuals are working on this Homecoming lawn display of a large old fashioned out house. Beside the display is a sign that is partially obscured by on lookers. The visible part of the sign reads, "".Hole for the Tigers.""
Iowa State University; Homecoming; Homecoming Central Committee
Red Barron is seated at a desk and is flanked on either side by two standing individuals. These two individuals are members of the Homecoming Central Committee. All three are reading a document which Barron is holding.
Ten alumni are arranged in two rows for this formal portrait. The front row is seated while six individuals stand behind them. Most are wearing paper name tags and a few have football shaped tags indicating membership on the football team.