UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 270 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1893-2005, undated) contains material related to Earl Douglass and his work in paleontology. The collection includes articles written about Douglass and his work, poetry written by Douglass, and a Register of Papers contained in the Special Collections Department of the University of Utah Libraries. The collection also contains two oversized items: a composite photograph of the Iowa State graduating class of 1893 and his diploma from Iowa State.
This collection includes biographical information including Tenney's war records and correspondence, class and laboratory notes from mechanical engineering courses, and a copy of Tenney's thesis describing plans for a ventilation system for Morrill Hall.
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.
This collection (1957-1978, undated) documents the history of Senator Hill's service in the Iowa State Senate. It contains clippings, correspondence, Minutes of the Legislative Council, publications, committee and subcommittee reports, and subject files.
This collection (1877) contains Stratton's college autograph book which includes comments and signatures from administrators, such as College president Adonijah S. Welch, instructors, and friends.
This collection includes newspaper clippings about Kung’s death in an automobile accident and a photograph album. The album contains photographs of Kung’s time as a student at Iowa State, along with photographs of Cheng Shaochiung and other unidentified Chinese students.
Phil H. Feddersen, born in 1926, studied architecture at Iowa State College (University) in the late 1940s and early 1950s, before eventually becoming a professional architect and working his own firm for over 40 years. This collection includes photographs and slides of homes Feddersen designed or worked on, programs, brochures, news clippings, and a large number of architectural plans spanning his career.
Francis Everett Fuller graduated from Iowa State College (University) with a B.A. (1929) in Landscape Architecture. During his time at Iowa State, Fuller was an active member of the Vistonian Club, the Frisbie Fellowship, and the Iowa State College Dramatics Club. This collection (circa 1920s-1930s) consists of a photograph album with images of the Iowa State campus from the 1920s and landscape architectural treatments in Iowa and Illinois in the 1930s.
This collection consists of college memorabilia, commencement programs, and a photograph album. The album contains family photos, images of student life and classmates, campus scenery, scenes from homecoming, postcards from friends, newspaper clippings, and photos of dormitory life. There are also photographs of Abraham’s hometown in Mt. Pleasant including agricultural scenes of life on the farm.
The collection consists of photographs, scrapbooks, certificates, news clippings, Kentucky property deeds and a Whitney family genealogy. Topics include the Whitney and Caudill families, Huntington, West Virginia, the Kentucky Highway Department, civil engineering, the Ausonia club at Iowa State College (University), Iowa State College (University) ROTC, and the United States Army’s World War I Rainbow Division.
The collection contains biographical information and the typescript of a talk presented to the Story County Genealogical Society (2000) by Calderwood documenting his experiences while serving in the Civilian Conservation Corps.