UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 290 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1838-1999) contains catalogs, price lists, and other ephemera relating to agricultural implements and machinery. The collection is primarily composed of catalogs and advertisement cards; there are no owners or instruction manuals. The bulk of the collection is from the last half of the 19th century and the early part of the 20th century and contains published materials from dozens of implement manufacturing companies.
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 (1965-2010) contains biographical information, illustrations, reports, and a VEISHEA fashion show script. The illustrations include work Kordus did as a student at Iowa State in the class Textiles and Clothing 245, Design Elements and Principles. Examples of some of her advertisement illustrations for L.S. Ayres are also included in the collection.
The collection (1914-1945) contains pamphlets, news clippings and articles relating to home economics and recipes collected by Leona Hougen. Subjects in the collection include food and nutrition, clothing, and child development.
LeRoy Getting was an Iowa politician and farm leader. He served as a State Senator (1959-1963) in the Iowa General Assembly and as Director (1946-1958) of the Iowa Farm Bureau. This collection documents Getting’s work in Republican Party politics, farm policy, and international trade. Files related to two agricultural trade missions to Europe are included in this collection.
The collection (1961-1966) contains Linda Wild's 4-H record book and two of her uniforms. The record book documents Wild's time as a member of the Marion's Best 4-H Club and includes project information, photographs, newspaper clippings, personal health reports, and annual summaries of club work.
This collection (1879, 1881) consists of two letters written by Estes. The letters are addressed to an unidentified Lizzie and discuss Estes' experiences during her time at Iowa Agricultural College (Iowa State University), including social outings, classes, and dorm life.
The collection (1923-1925) features etiquette expectations, class notes, botany lab reports, final projects on textiles and home planning, as well as a written final of menus for quantity cooking.
This collection contains materials related to Lydia Fohn-Hansen's travels, as well as two biographical files.
The collection contains pamphlets and ephemera that an incoming Iowa State College freshman co-ed would have received in the early 1950s, including information and handbooks for Freshman Days and Formal Rush as well as dormitory assignments and an area business guide. There is an extensive group of sorority leaflets given out to rushees, the fall (1953) issue of “Green Gander,” and the back-to-school (1953) issue of “The Iowa Homemaker.”
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.
This collection contains scrapbooks and photographs by Marie Hall made during her time at Iowa State University. The collection materials highlight the social life and customs of women college students at Iowa State during the early 1900s.
This collection contains a microfilm of Mark H. Brown's diary that he used during his service in World War II.
This collection (1872-1874) contains autographs (signatures) and comments from friends, instructors, and administrators such as President Adonijah S. Welch, instructors, and friends during her time as a student at Iowa State.
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.
The collection contains newsclippings, biographical information, and course material from Mary Helen Merriam Stewart’s years at Iowa State, and correspondence with Chemistry professor Nellie Naylor from later years. Also in the papers are six postcards of Margaret Hall, five of which depict the fire that destroyed the Hall in 1938. In addition, there are policies regarding the Iowa State College dormitories.
The collection (1944-1951, undated) contains course notes and textbooks from O'Brien's time at Iowa State in the institution management program. The collection also contains various Iowa State memorabilia, including O'Brien's Delta Delta Delta sorority information and a song book of Iowa State songs. The collection also contains original patterns and a dress designed by O'Brien, which are housed in the artifact collection.