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...
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...
July 2, 1907
Prof. L. H. Pammel,
My dear Prof. Pammel:
Beg to acknowledge receipt of the very interesting bulletins that have just reached me. I am reading them over with much interest and profit. I trust that you are well and that...
In 1914, Warren H. Manning began work on the National Plan which culminated in a "National Plan study brief," printed in Landscape Architecture, July 1923. The full report was never published but provides interesting viewpoints on how state...
Iowa State University--Engineering; Artists--Iowa; Sculptors--Iowa; Sculpture; Sculpture techniques
This painted plaster study of 4 buffalo running was created by Christian Petersen during his employment by the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP) in Iowa City, Iowa. The study was a preliminary model for a proposed bridgehead sculpture in Des...
January 12, 1920
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
Iowa State College,
Dept of Botany,
My dear Dr. Pammel:--
I wish to thank you for your delightful letter of recent date. I am glad to know that you had the privilege of attending the American...
Fungi; Botanical Specimens; Ogden, Robert C. (Robert Curtis), 1836-1913; Bailey, L. H. (Liberty Hyde), 1858-1954; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
May 1, 1902
Dr. L. H. Pammel,
My Dear Professor Pammel:
I have your favor of April 26th and note carefully all you say. I shall continue to look for species of Gymnosporangum. Now I can secure you Roestelia on host of cedar. I do not...
FICTION; Lavendar Caitlin Levetzow pg 14; Around the Mulberry Bush Rachel T. Schmidt pg 16; The Assassin Rachel T. Schmidt pg 25; A Walk Robert Perdan pg 34; Barbie Issues Audrey Dingeman pg 38; On Display Logan McDonald pg...
I Am A Success A POEM BY THOMAS A. PENDERGAST 2;
Whose Side? THOMAS H. JONES 3;
I Am So Big JERRY PIERCE 10;
Senryu DAVE THOMAS 11;
"And Never the Twain" MICHAEL kENT 12;
Your Hidden Face POEM BY JANE JOHNSON 18;
Tomorrow's Thoughts POEM BY NEIL...
A Stranger's Funeral A STORY BY MARSHEL ROSSOW 3;
Snap A STORY BY RICHARD GUTHRIE 6;
For Your Evenings A POEM BY DEAN WOMELDORF 10;
Moth A POEM BY JOSEPH C. DESY 11;
The Peony Sprite A STORY BY VICKI ROUTH 12;
A Song for Margie A STORY BY DENNIS...
The Snake RICHARD CARROLL 1;
The Miller TOM ENGLISH 5;
Stigma JANET DUNLEVY 16;
Poet MARGARET LEVESON 17;
We Never Know How Hieh .WAYNE WYMORE 17;
A Matter of Freedom EDWIN SIDEY 20;
Old Fear JEANETTE FOWLER 29;
Of All the Cities JOHN MADSON...
Land. A Story Betty Jo Temple 3;
Paean. A Poem Mary Jo Overholt 7;
Dad. A Story Margaret Rutherford 8;
Never to Go. A Poem Lorraine Midlang 12;
The Visit. A Story Lois Morrell 13;
The Silk Triangle. A Poem Keith Shillington 18;
Moon Dark. A Poem...
Clothing and dress; Costume; Fashion; Fashion Plates; Fashion Illustrations
Two women at home. The left dress is blue silk with a double skirt, the longest being finished with narrow satin piping, a main work of the same extending on each side of the tunic. The Bertha collar is trimmed to correspond. The hair is dress...