UA/RS 05. Executive Vice President for External Relations
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1946-1997) consists of records documenting the 1955 visit of a Russian delegation of agriculturalists to Iowa State University. These materials comprise the bulk of the collection and include memoranda, invitations, and itineraries for farm visits. Biographical information and general professional correspondence is also included in the collection.
This collection (1913-2012, undated) contains materials related to the Instructional Technology Center including news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, brochures, publications, media catalogs, subject files, biographical files, slide presentations, film production records, film production unit files, Instructional Technology Center records, and photo service records.
This collection includes news clippings, annual reports, subject files, biographical files, and the papers of Carl Hamilton, David Lendt, Reid Crawford, and Murray Blackwelder.
This collection consists of materials related to the Office of University Marketing. Records include news clippings, and administrative records.
This collection (1895-2013) contains records from the Office of University Relations. Material includes news clippings, annual reports, newsletters, brochures, publications, reports of TV broadcast clips, press releases, subject files, collections of materials related to John V. Atanasoff and Terry Anderson and Thomas Sutherland, biographical files, and telecommunications and uplink files
The collection (1988-1994, undated) contains subject files and biographical files related to the Publications office.
This collection (1948-1982, undated) contains papers related to John Huseby's work at Iowa State University. The papers include some of the many publications that Huseby oversaw and designed, as well as personal drawings, photographs, and newsclippings.
This collection consists of photocopies of correspondence, newsletters, program guides, and a scrapbook, which document Joy Ringham Munn's tenure as host (1951-1953) of the WOI Television Program, "The Magic Window."
The collection (1960-1987) Includes the important correspondence of Keith Ketcham during his nearly-ten-years as the General Manager of WOI Radio/TV as well as administrative documents from this period of his career.
This collection (1946-1955) consists of production notes, scripts, and set plans for two series produced by Ray Stewart for WOI-TV: “In Our Care” and “The 11th Commandment.” Both series looked at state and private institutions caring for disabled, physically or mentally ill individuals, convicted criminals, juvenile delinquents, and unwed expectant mothers.
This collection consists of materials related to Reiman Gardens. Records include news clippings, newsletters, brochures, biographical files, Reiman Gardens CoHorts records and Historian's books, administrative records, and slides and photographs. Administrative records include significant landscape blueprints and drawings.
This collection includes correspondence related to Robert Mulhall's work at WOI, administrative papers from Mulhall's leadership of WOI, legal documents regarding actions taken by and against WOI Radio and WOI Television, and documents related to WOI’s extensive application for special service authorization to broadcast during the night-time hours