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    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, September 18, 1907

    • Bacteriology; Typhoid Fever; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Sept. 18, 1907 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Botanical Deprt., Ames, Iowa. My dear Dr. Pammel: Please let me know if an incubator used for hatching chickens could be made use of for Bacteriological purposes, such as the growing of pathogenic organisms. We...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 30, 1902

    • Botanical literature; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Dec. 30, 1902 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames, Iowa. My Dear Doctor Pammel: I have your favor of December 23d and note that the package of specimens has reached you. I shall be very glad to send you more as soon as the season for collecting opens. I presume...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 12, 1902

    • Botanical Specimens; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Dec. 12, 1902 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames, Iowa. My Dear Professor Pammel: I am sending you today a small package of plants which are among our most troublesome weeds. I did not get the entire fifty of them but I think I can supply you with these a...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, August 28, 1911

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943
    • August 28, 1911 Mr. Geo. W. Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. My Dear Mr. Carver:-- I am putting up a number of recent pamphlets on weeds which may be of interest to you. Kindly let me know if you have received a copy of my Talk on Weeds. With...
    • Letter from Pammel to Carver, February 8, 1927

    • Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943; Peanut industry and trade
    • Gainesville, Florida Feb. 8, 1927 Prof. Charles Carver, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama. Dear Prof. Carver: Thank you for your letter of January 31st and for the write-up about the Windsor, North Carolina, exhibit, which I am glad to get for...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, March 10, 1902

    • Fungi; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Mar. 10, 1902 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames, Iowa. My Dear Professor Pammel: I have your favor of March 3d and beg leave to say that your Gymnosporangia will be forthcoming, as I presume you want them pretty well developed and they are just now beginning...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, April 5, 1902

    • Fungi; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Apr. 5, 1902 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames, Iowa. My Dear Doctor Pammel: I have your favor of March 29th and note with pleasure that you have received the Gymnosporangium in good condition. I shall be on the alert for the other three you mention although...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 14, 1901

    • Iowa Academy of Science; Fungi; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Dec. 14th, 1901 Dr. L. H. Pammel Ames Iowa. My dear Prof. Pammel, The Sixteenth Announcement of the Iowa Academy of Sciences has just reached me. I have looked it over carefully and regret that I cannot be present at the meeting, as the subjects...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, December 2, 1901

    • Iowa Geological Survey; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Dec. 2, 1901 Dr. L. H. Pammel Ames Iowa. My dear Prof. Pammel, I have just received Bulletin No. 1, of the Iowa Geological Survey, and I take a great deal of interest, pleasure and profit in looking over this work. I think without doubt it is one...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, September 25, 1900

    • Iowa State University. Dept. of Botany.; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Sept. 25, 1900 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Ames Iowa. My Dear Prof. Pammel:- It is always pleasing to me to note the progress made in your department. I do not know of any department of the institution that has made as permanent and satisfactory progress as...
    • Letter from Carver to Pammel, April 18, 1902

    • Mentoring; Paints; Pammel, L. H. (Louis Hermann), 1862-1931
    • Apr. 18, 1902 Dr. L. H. Pammel, Botanical Department, I.S.C. Ames, Iowa. My Dear Doctor Pammel: I have your most valued favor of April 12th and beg to thank you most heartily for your very kindly words with reference to Leaflets on nature study. So...
    • Sketch v. 36, n. 1, Fall 1969

    • Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry; Drawing; Painting
    • Seasons HAIKU BY J IM HEALEY 2; Goat Lady A STORY BY SHARON BOSTON 3; (No title) A SAYING BY BILL J. FOGARTY 6; The Last Birthday A STORY BY ED BASART 7; War Games A POEM BY JANET BROWN 9; A White Hell A STORY BY DIANE NEY 11; Peaceful Till...
    • 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. 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. 18, n. 11, 1954

    • 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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