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The Lloyd E. Arnold family counts at least two members as graduates of Iowa State University: Lloyd and his daughter Donna. This collection contains materials related to these two members of the Arnold family and their time at Iowa State. The collection contains diplomas, letters, marriage certificates, photographs of Iowa State's VEISHEA festival, and a diary documenting Lloyd's work marketing and growing alfalfa seed.
The main focus of this collection is Celestia Lee Barker's journal, which she began in 1863 at the age of 17. She wrote consistently in the journal from 1863 to 1866, documenting the events of her daily life. There are only occasional entries after 1866. These later entries, written on birthdays or anniversaries, relate to the Barker's marriage and family.
This collection (1867-1868) consists of a daily diary kept from January 1, 1867, to February 4, 1868, by farmer and sheep raiser Charles Mabie of Fredericksburg, Chickasaw County, Iowa. Throughout his diary Mabie named the friends he and his wife visited and who visited them, the people he did business with, and the fellow farmers he helped with specified work. He also noted his church and lecture attendance, the purchase of a town lot, and the sale of his farm.
This collection (1898-1937) contains ten diaries kept by Clementine "Clemmie" M. Harris between the years 1898-1911. These diaries contain information about Mrs. Harris’ daily life in Springville, Iowa. Included within some of the diaries are newspaper clippings regarding deaths of friends in Springville, as well as clippings about local events. The collection also contains several newspaper clippings, including an obituary.
The collection consists of 2 small diaries belonging to an unidentified resident who lived in Waukon, IA in the 1880's.
This collection contains the photocopies of material Neel's great-grandson, Richard Groves duplicated and collected from various sources. The documents include copies of both Neel and his widow's application for pensions, death certificates, and newspaper clippings, as well as a copy of Neel's 1864 diary and his Civil War-era correspondence.
Gerald Maurice Watson (1917-2007) was born and raised in Hazleton, Iowa, where he attended Hazleton High School. He received his B.S. (1942) from Iowa State College (University) in general engineering. After graduating, he served in the United States Army during World War II and the Korean War. This collection contains a diary (1932) written when Watson was 15 and living in Hazleton, Iowa. The diary contains brief entries detailing his daily activities, local events, and weather.
Collection contains three of Robertson’s personal diaries: two personal diaries from 1861-1862 and an account book circa 1860. Diaries detail his travels, thoughts, purchases, and transcriptions of some poetry and verse. Although the diaries are preprinted with the dates 1856, 1858, and 1861, he appears to have used them at later dates than those for which they were intended.
- United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 8
- Correspondence 7
- Iowa State College--Alumni and alumnae 6
- Photographs 6
- Soldiers--Iowa--19th century 3
- Articles 2
- Clippings (information artifacts) 2
- Diaries--19th century 2
- Europe--Description and travel 2
- Families--Iowa 2
- Family farms--Iowa--History 2
- Farm life--Iowa 2
- Farm life--Iowa--19th century 2
- Farmers--Iowa--19th century 2
- Iowa 2
- Iowa--History--Civil War, 1861-1865 2
- Legislators--Iowa 2
- Obituaries 2
- Postcards 2
- Rural women--Iowa 2
- Scrapbooks 2
- Soldiers--United States--19th century 2
- United States--Army--Military life--History--19th century 2
- Women engineers--Iowa 2
- 4-H clubs--Iowa--Decatur County 1
- Africa--Economic conditions 1
- African Americans--Arkansas 1
- Agriculture, Cooperative--Iowa 1
- Agriculture--Iowa--19th century 1 ∧ less
- American Humanist Association 1
- American Legion 1
- Barker, William B. 1
- Boston Theological Institute 1
- Independent Bankers Association of America 1