MS. Manuscript Collections
Found in 637 Collections and/or Records:
committee, and Board of Directors meeting minutes of the Crop Science Society of America. Also included is a proposal and related correspondence regarding a textbook on crop science for college-level instruction under the auspices of the CSSA.
This collection (1868-1962, undated) contains publications, catalogs, reports and news clippings about various agricultural topics. The collection contains a wide variety of publications related to agriculture. Topics include farm machinery, implements and supplies; crops and gardens; livestock; Iowa State Fair; DeWitt (Iowa) Fair; and Iowa tourism, legislation and entertainment.
The collection documents David Bartlett's work on the beginnings of the College of Theriogenology, the development of artificial insemination, and his work for the American Breeders Service. Included are correspondence, histories, speeches, articles, publications and other materials.
This collection includes papers and correspondence of Wood-Gush about travelling to and participating in conferences, grant applications, and other administrative papers, all pertaining to the subject of animal welfare.
This collection contains the professional papers of Eileen Gail de Planque from her work with organizations such as the Atomic Energy Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Types of materials include meeting minutes, professional organization bylaws, professional correspondence, articles, presentations, invitations, agendas, notes, newsletters, photographs, and audiovisual materials.
The purpose of the Des Moines Metro Opera Guild is to improve the cultural climate for opera within the state of Iowa. The Ames Chapter is one of many chapters throughout the state. This collection contains minutes of chapter meetings and associated materials, newsletters, Council minutes, by-laws, and other documents.
This collection consists of ECO newsletters, ephemera relating to other local environmental organizations, and a letter explaining why the newsletter was discontinued.
This collection consists of membership applications, rosters, and ledgers of the EIVA from 1930 to 1977, notably records from spring and fall meetings from 1975 to 1977. Also included is correspondence within the EIVA from 1965 to 1966.