Story County (Iowa); History; Biography; Iowa Agricultural College
Biographical and historical memoirs of Story County, Iowa. Comprising a condensed history of the state, a number of biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a descriptive history of the county named herein, and numerous selected...
The History of Dubuque County, Iowa, Containing a History of the County, its Cities, Towns, &
Biographical Sketches of Citizens, War Record of its Volunteers in the late Rebellion, General and Local Statistics, Portraits of Early Settlers and...
Welch, Adonijah Strong, 1821-1889; Presidents' papers; Iowa State University presidents; Presidents' family relationships
Box 1, Folder 5: Contains correspondence about members of Adonijah and Mary Welch's family, correspondence by descendents, obituaries, and brief histories. Correspondents primarily include A. B. Shaw and Winifred Dudley Shaw.
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...
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.
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.
The Chamberlain House and Cook House Homecoming lawn display of ""Cyke Out the Pig's Kin"" shows a hillbilly band playing a banjo, jug, and harmonica, while Cy looks on from the roof of a tilted outhouse, 1968.