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The collection (1914-1991) contains correspondence, chapter constitution, membership listings, newsletters, programs, and news clippings.
This collection (1961-1966) contains biographical information, correspondence, and research papers relating to the work of Carl Goebel. The correspondence is mostly from the time after Goebel worked at Iowa State regarding a manuscript that was being proof-read by Gordon Gatherum. The research materials focused on herbicides and rodent repellant and include written analysis, numerical data and photographs.
This collection (1986-2010) includes biographical information, writings by Fink, and a review of one of her books. The biographical information includes a copy of her vita, news clippings, and library catalog records of her books. Copies of some of her published papers are included in the collection. They reveal her interests in the meatpacking industry and in rural women, specifically those living in the Midwestern United States.
This collection (1960-2012, undated) includes a vita for Dennis Michael Warren, newspaper clippings related to his work and his death, correspondence concerning his death, a scrapbook containing photographs of Warren and his funeral in Ghana, and statements made at his funeral.
This collection (1857-1967, undated) contains biographical information, professional correspondence, notes relating to his teaching and research on various literary figures, and research and notes relating to the career of Mark Twain. In addition, there are texts from tour lectures, materials relating to Lorch’s speeches and other published articles and reviews, as well as Twain-related ephemera.
Collection includes Genevieve Fisher’s biographical information, newspaper clippings, writings, correspondence, and a file on the Cummins-Vaile bill on vocational education.
This collection contains a vita, articles, and publications. There are two articles published in 1986, titled, “Basis of Life-Cycle Costing” and Evaluating Project Alternatives by Rate of Return and Present Worth.” Also included are thirty-four publications, spanning the years, 1962-1986. The topics include analysis of food service, inventory management, energy conservation analysis, and ventilation requirements of hospitals.
This collection (1892-1973, undated) contains biographical material, correspondence, and numerous reports on geology projects. Also included are conference material and geological photographs. In a map case are large maps and drawings of topography and geological surveys, along with road maps.
James M. Hoover was Professor of Civil Engineering at Iowa State University. He conducted research with the Engineering Experiment Station before becoming a professor. His consultation work included subjects related to road engineering and soil testing. This collection includes biographical information, articles and reports written by Hoover, a grant application, and videotapes. The videotapes relate to a study Hoover did for Exxon Chemicals Americas.
The collection (1918-1985, undated) contains many of Lush’s published scientific journal articles, notes on his research in animal breeding, reel-to-reel audio tapes of lectures, and animal husbandry class notes. In addition, the collection includes swine related USDA publications, notes from his speaking engagements, and professional and student correspondence. There are also slides from national and international travels and Lush family photographs in the collection.
The collection (1950-2011, undated) contains biographical information, research papers, book chapters, presentations, and awards. The majority of the collection is made up of refereed publications, non-refereed publications, and presentation outlines and notes related to Cleasby's work on filtration methods of water and wastewater. Additional folders contain news clippings and letters from students.
This collection (1904-2002, undated) contains correspondence, interviews, speeches, lecture notes, research materials, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Much of the material relates to Dr. Schilletter’s work as a faculty member in the Horticulture Department and as Director of Residence at Iowa State University.
This collection (1942-1990) contains correspondence, surveys, reports, newsletters, agendas, and printed materials regarding Trahanovsky’s work at Iowa State University. The papers also include materials regarding her involvement with the American Chemical Society, Iota Sigma Pi, Science Bound, and other professional organizations.
This collection (1918-2004, undated) contains biographical information, correspondence, and photographs. The papers also include materials that document Petersen’s efforts in the preservation of the Farm House on Iowa State University’s campus and the establishment of the Farm House Museum. In addition, the papers include a scrapbook given to Petersen in recognition for all of her hard work for the Farm House.
This collection (1945-1992, undated) contains biographical information and lecture notes for a class taught by Fox on the history of American journalism. The biographical information contains newspaper clippings, Iowa State faculty information, and his obituary. The lecture notes offer insight into his light-hearted, but knowledgeable approach to teaching that made him popular with his students and respected by his peers.
This collection (1944-2005) contains biographical information and published articles of T. A. Bancroft. The biographical information includes faculty information forms, Iowa State press releases, lists of publications, and news clippings. The published articles include works relating to statistics authored or coauthored by Bancroft as well as a book review submitted by Bancroft.