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Carl Olson, Jr., was a veterinary pathologist and pioneer in cancer research. Olson taught at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln where he served as the Head of the Veterinary Pathology Department and also taught at the University of Wisconsin until his retirement in 1981. The collection (1900-1987) consists of class notebooks that document his course studies as a Veterinary Medicine student at Iowa State College (University).
The collection contains correspondence, biographical information and memorials, publications, and addresses. The papers also include information regarding the Charles Henry Stange Award and photographs of Dr. Stange on vacation and of his friends and family.
Collection contains newsclippings, memorials, correspondence, and reprints of two articles written by Dean Bergman.
The collection consists of biographical information, awards, diplomas and certificates received by Henry Hugh Dukes. The collection also contains plaques and other three-dimensional items given to Dr. Dukes, including the Borden Award (1960) given to him by the American Veterinary Medical Association, an academic hood (1966) from Clemson University, and the Distinguished Service Achievement Citation (1977) from the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
- Awards 3
- Biography files 2
- Certificates 2
- Iowa State University. College of Veterinary Medicine--Faculty 2
- Publications (documents) 2
- Correspondence 1
- Course materials 1
- Diplomas 1
- Iowa State University. Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology--Faculty 1
- Notebooks 1
- Photographs 1
- Veterinarians--Iowa 1
- Veterinary medicine--Study and teaching 1
- Veterinary physiology 1
- Writings (documents) 1 ∧ less
- Iowa State University. College of Veterinary Medicine 2