UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1922-1927) contains loose scrapbook pages containing photographs of campus buildings and exterior architecture, the first VEISHEA (1922), several news clippings about the university, and other personal pieces.
This collection (circa 1917-1918) contains 132 b/w photographs of the Iowa State College (University) campus and buildings (exterior), students, and Letsch with her friends. It also contains loose postcards featuring the annual pushball contest, with hand-written commentary on the back of each as to the rules and progress of the contest.
Harry Rex Porter was an Iowa State College (University) graduate (1901) from Woodbine, Iowa. He married Harriet Hasbrouck, a 1900 Iowa State graduate, and moved to Vancouver, Washington. This collection includes biographical information, personal correspondence, illustrations used in the 1900 Bomb (Iowa State's yearbook), and photographs of campus life.
This collection (1914-1915) contains art history scrapbooks she made for her home economics classes at Iowa State. The collection also contains two postcards, one blank and one addressed to her from a friend.
This collection (1924-1925) contains photographs of class excursions to Ledges State Park, the groundbreaking ceremony of the Memorial Union, ROTC exercises, campus buildings and architecture, and VEISHEA.
Russel D. Miller graduated from Iowa State College (University) with a B.S. (1921) in Architectural Engineering and a M.S. (1928) in Physics. He taught physics at Iowa State for over two decades. His wife, Hazel McLaughlin Miller, attended Drake University. This collection consists of a scrapbook containing photographs and memorabilia documenting the Millers' college days and married life.
This collection documents Hagen’s achievements in conservation and public speaking on conservation. Materials include photocopies of newspaper clippings, soil conservation literature, conservation planning materials, and a selection of Hagen's correspondence and speeches.