March 28, 1914
Dr. L. H. Pammel
Iowa State College,
My dear Dr. Pammel:
I was indeed deeply grieved yesterday on picking up a copy of the Alumnus for March and noting that you have been South, in fact had been all around me and didnt...
Musical Instrument; King, Charlotte M. (Charlotte Maria), 1864-1937
September 9, 1924
Miss Charlotte M. King,
Dept. of Botany, I.S.C.,
My dear Miss King:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your interesting favor of recent date. It was a great surprise and a very pleasant one indeed to hear from you.
Morrill Hall (Ames, Iowa); Beardshear Hall (Ames, Iowa); Central Building (Ames, Iowa); Iowa State University; English Office Building (Ames, Iowa)
A crowd is gathered along Morrill Road in front of Morrill Hall and Central Building (Beardshear Hall). A small tent appears between the two buildings. A period automobile is visible near the English Office Building in the background.
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...
This 1957 photograph is of the beginning excavations for what will be the bookstore and Sun Room in the Memorial Union. A workman in a skid shovel with the shovel full of dirt and raised high waits and looks towards a dump truck that is emptying...
This 1950 photograph of the Memorial Union shows the excavated construction area for what will become the west terrace. A new foundation wall is near the center. A large stack of bricks is in the foreground and a crane, steel framework for the...
This 1954 aerial view of the Memorial Union from the back (south) clearly shows the multiple stories and roof levels, the terrace to the left (west) side, the parking lot on the right (east) side, and the fountain in the front (north). The formal...
Landscape architecture; White marble exedra; Klenze; Englischer Garten; Munich, Bavaria, Germany
White marble exedra by Klenze in the Englischer Garten, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. ""A beautiful thing in itself, but dropped in the woods as if from heaven, with no relation to anything near it."" [Neg. Negus Schwanthaler]