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The collection contains course notes and papers from a former Iowa State student. Documents describe courses in animal husbandry, agricultural engineering, horticulture, farm management, and woodshop.
This collection contains banquet programs, initiation and award pamphlets, publications, yearly reports, constitutions and by-laws, news clippings, and booklets on the history of Gamma Sigma Delta.
This collection (1909-1957) includes copies of the constitution and by-laws, correspondence, the Manual of the Overseer, membership records, dues accounts (in a role book), proceedings of annual sessions, a few rosters, and a 1925 Secretary's book. Some of the materials document other local Grange organizations such as the State Grange of Iowa and the Amboy (Newton, Iowa) Grange.
The Shambaugh Papers consist mainly of information written about Jessie Field Shambaugh and her pioneering efforts to create the 4-H movement. There is a cassette tape of a slide presentation entitled, “Jessie Field, Mother of 4-H,” two additional cassette tapes of a speech and interview with Shambaugh, photographs of Shambaugh as well as photographs of a watch given to her in 1911, and scrapbooks.
The McClelland Papers (1917-1986) consist of materials documenting McClelland's time in the Philippines with Mountain View College and the Mindinao Agricultural College. Also in the collection are his articles and writings, which largely dealt with establishing agricultural schools in non-western nations, and a small amount of biographical information, correspondence relating to World War I, and to Iraq (1952), and some miscellaneous correspondence.
W. Lee Honeyman received his B.S. (1943) in animal science from Iowa State College (University). This collection contains many of the notebooks Honeyman used to record his class notes. Included in the collection are notebooks containing course notes for classes in agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, agronomy, animal husbandry, bacteriology, dairy industry, economics, government, history, mathematics, music appreciation, speech, veterinary anatomy, and zoology.