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Belle Lowe papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/6/55
Scope and Content

This collection (1920-1961, undated) contains biographical sketches and news clippings related to Lowe's professional career at Iowa State, as well as research materials from other institutions concerning meat, fruits, and food preservation. Also in the collection are several of Lowe's published articles regarding the preparation, quality, and preservation of poultry, meats, and fats.

Dates: 1920-1961, undated

Iowa State University. Department of Food and Nutrition records

 Record Group — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/6
Scope and Content

This collection consists of material related to the Department of Food and Nutrition records. Records include news clippings, newsletters, descriptive brochures, publications, Beef Controversy news release transcriptions, biographical files, administrative records, and faculty papers.

Dates: 1920-2008

Louise L’Engle Cassell scrapbook

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RS 12/6/54
Scope and Content

This collection contains two scrapbooks. The first (1916 and 1917), entitled “Good Times,” contains photographs of family, friends, and Camp Wayeh, a summer girls' camp. The second album (1922-1930) includes photographs of Cassell’s trip to various sites in Europe, including Naples, Florence, and Venice.

Dates: 1916-1930

Mary Agnes Frances Carlin papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/6/51
Scope and Content

This collection (1943-1988, undated) contains biographical information, photographs, recipe booklets and files collected by Carlin, news clippings, correspondence, departmental correspondence and memoranda, reports, Carlin’s MS thesis, published papers, classroom materials, and award materials.

Dates: 1943-1988, undated

Pilar A. Garcia papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 12/6/53
Scope and Content This collection primarily documents Garcia's career as an instructor; however, much of her research-related work, in the form of journal articles, is included. As a professor, Garcia excelled in the classroom, as evidenced by her teaching awards and class evaluations. Also important is the enthusiasm with which she served lowa State and the Ames community. Garcia devoted a great deal of her time to Greek honoraries, university committees, and civic functions. In most cases, though, this...
Dates: 1933-2011