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Ada Hayden papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 13/5/55
Scope and Content The Ada Hayden Papers (1864-2007) include biographical information, diplomas and certificates, illustrations, list of publications, and a small amount of general correspondence and correspondence concerning the Hayden family as well as a bibliography of early botanists. The collection also contains photographs of the Hayden Prairie, animals, plants, Ledges State Park, the Mississippi River, Hayden's family, self-portraits, prairies, and the Skunk River. In addition, the papers include...
Dates: 1864-2007, undated

Arthur L. Bakke papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 13/5/54
Scope and Content The collection (1914-1972, undated) contains biographical information, committee records, correspondence, field books, and published and unpublished papers. Additionally, the collection includes awards, information about the Department of Botany at Iowa State, and materials related to professional organizations Bakke was affiliated with. Correspondence files contain personal and professional letters from colleagues and from organizations Bakke was affiliated with....
Dates: 1914-1972, undated

George Knaphus papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 13/5/58
Abstract George Knaphus (1924-2000), a native of Iowa, served during World War II and received the Bronze Star. He graduated from Iowa State Teachers College (University of Northern Iowa) in 1949; earned an M.S. (1951) and Ph.D. (1964) in Plant Pathology from Iowa State University. He farmed and taught high school in the community of McCallsburg, holding various leadership positions. Knaphus returned to Iowa State as an Instructor (1962-1965); Assistant Professor (1965-1968); Associate Professor...
Dates: 1941-2000, undated

Iowa State College. Guatemala Tropical Research Center records

 Record Group — Box: 1
Identifier: RS 13/5/6
Abstract Officially established in 1946 at Antigua, Guatemala, the Iowa State College-Guatemala Tropical Research Center was a cooperative effort between Iowa State and the Guatemalan Ministry of Agriculture. The Center was largely funded through grant money from the Earl E. May Seed Company and all research operations were directed by Irving E. Melhus of Iowa State. The Guatemalan national government provided plots of land and trained staff to help conduct experiments and Iowa State provided expert...
Dates: 1944-1949, undated

Iowa State University. Department of Botany records

 Record Group — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 13/5
Abstract The Department of Botany was established at Iowa State in 1870 with Charles E. Bessey serving as head. The first graduate degree issued by Iowa State was received by botany student J.C. Arthur in 1877. The Department of Botany also holds the distinction of graduating Iowa State's first Ph.D. student, Leslie Kenoyer in 1916, and first female Ph.D. student, Ada Hayden in 1918. In 2003, the Department of Botany was merged with the departments of Animal Ecology and Zoology and Genetics to form...
Dates: 1886-2014

Jack Robb Wallin papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 13/5/59
Scope and Content

This collection contains mainly research and publications of Jack R. Wallin.

Dates: 1915-2000

L. H. (Lois Hattery) Tiffany papers

 Collection
Identifier: RS 13/5/20
Scope and Content The collection (1940-2010, undated) contains Tiffany's professional papers. Starting with her own course notes and dissertation research, the collection spans her entire professional career. The collection contains field notes, conference proceedings, academic writings, departmental committee minutes, and many notes and photographs used in her teaching career. The papers also include notes from Tiffany's many professional organizations, records from her long tenure...
Dates: 1940-2010, undated