UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
This collection contains a scrapbook by Elmer L. Broders owned by Helen Mills, as well as one folder of biographical information.
This collection contains materials Holmes acquired as a freshman in engineering at Iowa State in 1941. Included in the collection are papers from his English and engineering classes, freshman orientation programs and guides, a touch football manual, a wrestling guide written by Iowa State wrestling coach Hugo Otopalik, a student conduct guide, and a fraternity promotional booklet from the Greek system.
The collection (1911-1954, undated) contains newspaper clippings, farm reports, financial statements and correspondence. The papers document Miller's business dealings and his work with Pi Kappa Alpha (Iowa State College). In addition, there are some personal materials such as speeches and documents relating to his time at Iowa State. The collection also includes theater and musical programs and play bills from Des Moines, St. Louis, Chicago, and Minneapolis.
This collection contains 10 printed articles on nutrition. The articles focus on nutritional needs of girls and women, particularly iron and zinc; and the nutritional needs of Peruvians (one article is in Spanish). Of special interest is a 1972 article on the organic foods movement in the United States.
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 small collection contains several scrapbook pages, but not the entire scrapbook, along with several pins and other artifacts.
This collection (2006-2008) contains course notes from several classes, an Honors Program oral history project, and the final report submitted by Ringgenberg for his study abroad program. His course notes include syllabi and class handouts as well as essays, notes, and reports by Ringgenberg for classes in anthropology, history, and philosophy.
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 contains a large photograph album compiled by an unidentified Iowa Agricultural College (Iowa State University) student during the 1890s. The album shows photographs of various individual students part of the graduating classes of 1886-1893, along with their names under the pictures.
The collection contains annual reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, and brochures of the Alumni Achievement Fund prior to the merger with the Iowa State University Foundation.
This collection consists of materials related to alumni and former students. Materials have been gathered by multiple departments, including Special Collections and University Archives, and combined into a subject file for each individual. The original source of each documents are not known.
This collection consists of materials related to alumni and former students. See related materials note for collections.
This collection consists of materials related to the Iowa State University Alumni Association. Records include news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, brochures, publications, subject files, biographical files, Alumni Days records, honors and awards, administrative records and directors files.
This collection consists of materials related to Families of Iowa State Alumni.
The Iowa State University Foundation was established in 1958 to accept and administer major gifts given to the University by individuals and organizations; in 2001, it became a private organization. This collection (1958-2011) consists of news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, brochures, publications, biographical files, and fund raising campaign files.
The collection includes correspondence, class reunion arrangements, class rosters, programs, photographs, reunion books, and scrapbooks. Files are arranged chronologically by class year.
These materials are open for research, but have not been processed and do not have a box listing.
This collection consists of materials related to the Memorial Union. Records include news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, brochures, publications, and directors files.
For coupon booklets, see box 11 for artifact 2014.010.
For tickets, see box 20 for artifact 2003-138.002.
This collection consists of biographical files and directors papers related to the Office of Alumni Affairs Development.