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    • Agricultural chemistry laboratory, 1897

    • Agriculture; Chemistry; Laboratory; Iowa State University;
    • Nine men in the agricultural chemistry laboratory. The caption on the reverse reads:""Man on extreme right is T.W. Mast '97; next to him is Harry Scurr '98."" The lower right corner of the photograph is missing.
    • The English Language as a Means of Culture

    • Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Language and culture; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Language and culture.
    • Box 2, Folder 1: Welch discusses the importance of studying the English language as a means of learning about English culture and history and explains the relationship of language to intellectual culture.
    • Untitled address on animal psychology

    • Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Animal psychology; Animal intelligence
    • Box 2, Folder 15: Welch discusses animal psychology, the evolution of psychology into branches, and reflects on whether animals can be educated and the idea that animal thoughts and feelings may be no different than a human's.
    • The Problem of a Reasonable Education

    • Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Speeches; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Curriculum development; Higher education; Technical education
    • Box 2, Folder 17: A speech given by Welch before the State Association of Principals of Graded Schools in Iowa City on July 27, 1878. He discusses differences between the old and new theories of education and curricula. He asserts that in order...
    • Untitled address on higher education

    • 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)
    • Untitled address to farmers of Delaware County

    • 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...
    • Untitled address on practical education

    • 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...
    • Untitled address on hard work and effort

    • Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; speeches; presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Personal morality; Personality development; Learning
    • Box 2, Folder 7: A speech given by Welch about how hard work and effort improves character. He discusses self-indulgence, benefits of dealing with difficulties, and how a gifted person appears to have a natural talent but has gained these...
    • Untitled address on education

    • 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...
    • Sketch v. 19, n. 2, March 1953

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry
    • Problem in Women 1; The Dividing Line ALICE IRVINE 1; Juniper Tree ERVINE KRAUSE 4; The Misfit GEORGE PETERSON 5; Coed 11; Too Young or Too Old . . . . JACK PAARLBERG 12; Man, It's Fast LORALYN BEELER 15; Journey Away ERVIN KRAUSE 15; Senior Year...
    • Sketch v. 33, n. 3, Spring 1967

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry; Drawing; Painting
    • 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; See...
    • Sketch v. 50, n. 3, Fall 1984

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry; Drawing; Painting; Photography
    • PHOTOGRAPHY; Lisa Loomis Perpetual Parade 10; Brett Duncan For Rent 30; FICTION; Tom O'Connor Mr. Abe Story 2; Wayne Johnson What Remains 22; Jennie VerSteeg Sampler 42; ARTWORK; Barbara Nemitz Carry On 8; Lisa Boehmer Untitled...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 10, n. 03, 1945

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 11, n. 08, 1946

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 15, n. 10, 1950

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 26, n. 08, 1962

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...
    • Kitchen-Klatter v. 26, n. 10, 1962

    • Driftmier family; Home economics; Rural Iowa
    • 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...

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