UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1912-1979) contains biographical information about Wallace and a scrapbook documenting student life at Iowa State. Assembled by Wallace while a student at Iowa State, the scrapbook contains one photograph of his classmates, four picture postcards with images of the Chemistry building, and other images of campus scenes that were cut out from print publications about Iowa State. It also contains programs regarding St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and other campus events.
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 (1927-2005, undated) contains news clippings and photographs from a scrapbook compiled by Bluedorn while in college. The scrapbook photographs contain images of Bluedorn, Iowa State campus scenes, and other students. The images also depict scenes from Camp Marston, ISU’s Department of Civil Engineering Surveying Summer Camp. The news clippings document his professional and philanthropic achievements.
This collection (1906-1973) contains college memorabilia, a college scrapbook, class reunion materials, photographs, postcards, and two stock certificates for the Colonnades (a local fraternity). College memorabilia includes track and field programs, handbills, and programs for literary, debate, and music events.
The collection contains scrapbooks compiled by George Wormley consisting of articles published in the Farm Journal magazine 1950-1972 and loose subject related publications and articles dated between 1973 and 1984.
The collection (1917-1946, undated) contains biographical information, photographs, diplomas, a baby book and loose scrapbook pages. The scrapbook pages include many scenic vacation photographs and images of possible family members, though almost all the photographs are unidentified. Helen’s school autograph book was likely completed while she was in junior high school and includes notes and signatures from teachers, friends, and family.
Horace Ringheim received a B.S. (1913) in forestry from Iowa State College (University). As a student at Iowa State he was active in sports, playing on the football and baseball teams, and a founding member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. This collection includes biographical information about Ringheim and a college scrapbook with photographs depicting student activities such as football, baseball, and fraternity events as well as campus buildings and other students.
This collection features a photograph album created by an unidentified Iowa State College (University) student. It features photographs of student life, campus events, fraternity activities, Iowa State horses of the time, and outings outside of Iowa. This item was part of a donation from the Nancy Mock estate.
This collection (1919-1924, undated) consists of a college scrapbook created by Jean M. MacFarlane. The collection includes an assortment of dance cards, news clippings, invitations, and other memorabilia. The scrapbook also contains photographs of Jean’s friends and classmates.
This scrapbook contains correspondence, photographs, VEISHEA memorabilia, invitations and announcements, programs, a Freshman handbook, class schedules, news clippings, and flyers. The photographs depict Wylie and Alpha Chi Beta sorority members, campus buildings and streets, VEISHEA festivities, summer excursions, and scenes from Randolph, Iowa.
The scrapbook consists of photographs of Reynoldson’s summer working at the White River National Forest in Colorado in 1910. In addition to the natural landscape, many of the photographs include images of Reynoldson’s class mates Frank G. Freeman and Arthur F. Hoffman and their camp.
This collection (1923-1930, undated) contains a college scrapbook created by Marian A. Smith. The scrapbook includes newspaper clippings and photographs of campus buildings and football games, programs for campus events and activities, and photographs of friends and classmates. The scrapbook also contains a collection of souvenirs and miniature photographs from Pike’s Peak, Colorado.
This collection (1947-1976, undated) contains biographical information and other materials related to Crowe’s involvement at Iowa State, including newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, student handbooks, and dance cards. This collection also includes correspondence between Marianne and her family and friends about her time as a student at Iowa State.