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.
December 13, 1926
Prof. G. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
Dear Prof. Carver:
I am so glad and pleased to receive your letters. It does me good to receive letters of this kind. They are all highly prized.
I have quit my...
Innocence A POEM BY EVELYN BRACKEN 2;
Black Coffee and Raymond BETTY SCHRAMPFER 3;
Rigging A POEM BY K. P. KAISER 10;
The Leaving DAVID OSHEL 11;
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Purge A POEM BY MICHAEL LEONARD 18;
The Grave CAROL BRYANT 19;
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Iowa State College landscape architecture professors Philip H. Elwood and Walter Popham took 4 students (Bethane Carpenter, John Hall, Max Bird, and Norman Morris) on a tour of Japan, China, the Philippine Islands, and Hawaii in 1929. This video...
Trice, Jack, 1902-1923 ; Iowa State University -- Alumni and alumnae ; Iowa State University -- Football ; Correspondence; Memorials ; Greene, Cora Mae Trice; Armstrong, Betty; Lendt, David
Letter from Cora Mae Trice Greene to David Lendt thanking him for the information sent to her family in regards to the dedication of memorials on campus to Jack Trice, August 3, 1988. Greene shares her memories of the days surrounding Trice's...
May twenty-fifth, 1921
Prof. Geo. W. Carver,
Dear Prof. Carver:
I promised you a long time ago that if ever I should land in Alabama I would pay you a visit and make a little talk. I have been asked to spend a few days in...
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Senile Ward BETH BENSON 3;
An Untraditional Way MICHAEL R. VASEY 5;
Pelorus Jack A POEM BY JOHN C. N. SMITH 10;
". . . Members of the Faculty . . ." ERVIN WOLFF 12;
Weltanschauung A POEM BY DON...
Lonely Grows the Child BY MARK SCHMIDT 3;
Christmas Morning A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 10;
Easter Parade A POEM BY MARY HONSTEAD 11;
Memorabilia BY L. CONLEY BROWN 13;
Hands A POEM BY ELAINE VALE 22;
The Seed Gatherer A POEM BY LESLIE A. JOHNSON...
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Without Struggle MARGERY SLORBY 5;
There's No Why RICHARD WATSON 11;
Uncle Hjaalmar TOM OLSEN 12;
Vienna Bread JAMES KRESS 13;
Choice JOHN CHATELLIER 25;
Arky TOM VERNON 26;
Twenty Millimeter DONALD HENDRICKSON 27
Cover Jim Wilkins;
Jamie and Me Bob Boston 1;
At the Broom George Schenk 6;
The Yoke of Guilt Robert Crook 7;
Poem James Wickliff 12;
The Letter Martha Elder 13;
Dark Leaf William Kershner 16;
Mene Mene, Tekel Upharsin Nicholas Saum 17;
Last Laugh A POEM BY J OE FRANKO 2;
Can You Hear War Dying LARRY D. WITTE 3;
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The Victor STEPHANIE PRITCHARD 9;
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Happiness Is WAYNE HUNT 14;
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Aunt Evangeline Karen Piconi 17;
Little Daughter Susan Wylie 19;
Hawaii, 1977 Susan...
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Children PAUL JONES 10;
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I The Inventor 18
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Night Runner ANN TONER 32;