UA/RS 21. Alumni
Found in 286 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1926-1928) contains one scrapbook of with 91 b&w 21/4 x 4 1/2 and 3 b&w 5x7 photographs of Schoffman's time at Iowa State College (University), including campus scenes, VEISHEA, ROTC exercises, his dorm room, and excursions with friends.
Roger B. Parsons received his B.S. (1955) and Ph.D. (1960) from Iowa State University in Agronomy. He worked as a Research Soil Scientist at the West National Technology Support Center of the U.S. Soil Conservation Service in Portland, Oregon. This collection (1962-1983) contains published articles by Roger Parsons related to soil studies in Oregon and Washington as well as several studies done on Native American burial mound soils in Northeast Iowa.
This collection contains papers related to Roger Blobaum's work on rural American conditions, housing, access to healthcare and transportation, as well as agriculture. Contents include reports, memos, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and publications.
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 (1924-1988, undated) contains notebooks for veterinary medicine and related classes taken at Iowa State College in the late 1920s. The collection also contains materials related to his social activities, including dance cards and materials related to student veterinary societies. There is also a file of biographical information.
The collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by Sabine during her final year as a student at Iowa State College. It includes photographs of campus buildings, friends, activities, autographs from friends, ephemera, correspondence and memorabilia.
This collection consists of botanical specimens collected, dried, and glued to oversized pages.
Susan Carberry Drtina was born to Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Carberry in 1957 and raised in Newhall, Iowa. She joined 4-H as a member of the Eldorado - Ettes and, later, the Eldorado Early Birds in Benton County. This collection includes Drtina's 4-H record book and other memorabilia documenting her time as a member of the Eldorado Early Birds 4-H Club. The memorabilia includes ribbons, buttons, pins, and her 4-H uniform.
This collection contains scrapbook pages with black and white photographs documenting student life at Iowa State University at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Although Sylvia is listed in Iowa State College records as Sylva she called herself Sylvia after graduation. Sylvia and her sister Ida are identified in some of the photographs.
Tom Sutherland, an Iowa State University graduate, was a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. He was serving as Dean of Agriculture at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, when he was kidnapped on June 9, 1985, and held in captivity for over six years. The collection contains newspaper articles covering his kidnapping, captivity, and release in 1991, and activities after his release.
This collection (1989-2003) contains documents pertaining to the high school and college career of a female engineering student at Iowa State University. The papers include class notes, correspondence, exams and homework assignments, laboratory manuals, news clippings, presentations, report cards, schedules, scholarship applications, student planners, and yearbooks.
W. Lee Honeyman received his B.S. (1943) in animal science from Iowa State College (University). This collection contains many of the notebooks Honeyman used to record his class notes. Included in the collection are notebooks containing course notes for classes in agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, agronomy, animal husbandry, bacteriology, dairy industry, economics, government, history, mathematics, music appreciation, speech, veterinary anatomy, and zoology.