Wilson, James, 1835-1920; Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
May eighteenth, 1922
Prof. G. W. Carver,
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
Dear Professor Carver:
I am in receipt of your favor of the fifth and note its contents with reference to some of your estimates of men connected with the college. I wish to thank...
Trice, Jack, 1902-1923 ; Iowa State University -- Football ; Correspondence ; Brewer, Chester L., 1875-1953 ; Beyer, Samuel W. ; Football; Iowa State University; Racism in sports
Letter written October 8, 1923, by Chester L. Brewer, Director of Athletics at University of Missouri - Colombia at the time, informing Samuel W. Beyer that he would not permit the racially integrated ISU team to play football at Missouri.
Trice, Jack, 1902-1923 ; Iowa State University -- Alumni and alumnae ; Iowa State University -- Football ; Correspondence; Memorials ; Greene, Cora Mae Trice; Armstrong, Betty; Armstrong, Herbert; Lendt, David; Yates, Stan
Letter from David (Dave) Lendt to Stan Yates accompanying a letter received from Cora Mae Trice Green, the widow of Jack Trice, who had remarried. Mrs. Trice Greene's daughter, Betty Armstrong, visited campus with her husband, Herbert, in 1988 to...
November 15, 1928
Dr. L. H. Pammel
Iowa State College
My dear Dr. Pammel:--
I want to thank you so much for your letter and also the enclosure of copy written to Mrs. L. B. McCollough. It is far more generous...
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.
Workmen have started work on the foundation for the 1st addition. Vertical rebars are sticking out of the foundation. A workman is operating a crane owned by Thomas Construction Company to lift a drum-shaped object. The workmens' office, two...
Construction work continues on the original library building. The exterior of the first floor is taking shape while the upper floors are still framed. A construction office appears in the lower right corner.