Iowa State University--Alumni and alumnae
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1959-1999, undated) contains addresses, biographical information, correspondence, Intensive Agricultural Development Program (IADP) reports, manuscripts, maps, notes, notebooks, annual meeting programs, reference files, and transparencies. The majority of the collection documents Malone's work with the Ford Foundation in India.
This collection contains slides created by Charles Barthold. Of particular interest is a series of 164 slides documenting the demolition of Clyde Williams Stadium from June to November of 1978. There are also slides showing the activities of the student radio station, KPGY, as well as the remodeling of the studio. The collection is arranged in chronological order.
This collection (1929-1992, undated) includes biographical information, family correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and reports. The family correspondence consists of letters between Charles and the Keithahn family while Charles was away from home. There are also letters between Charles' parents and officials and professors from the schools Charles attended. This collection also contains biographical information about Charles Keithahn and several reports.
This collection (1965-1974, undated) contains files relating to Charles Laverty's work on environmental issues and land use during his service in the Iowa state legislature. The materials include correspondence, minutes, reports, and background information.
This collection (1981-1984, undated) contains material related to Cindy Lee Johnson-Groh's master's thesis, "The Vegetation of Ledges State Park, Boone County, Iowa" (Iowa State University, 1983). Johnson-Groh surveyed the vegetation of the park to provide baseline information needed to develop effective management practices for the preservation of the park's varied flora. This collection includes results of the survey, photographs, vegetation maps, and a copy of Johnson-Groh's thesis.
The collection (1941-2011, undated) contains biographical information and newspaper clippings on Dexter French's life and work. It also contains reprints of many of Dr. French's articles relating to his research on the structure of starch and the chemical basis for the catalytic action of enzymes that act on starch.
This collection (1963-1978, undated) contains biographical information including Dr. Kohlmann’s vita, news clippings, and faculty citation. The collection also includes papers written by Dr. Kohlmann regarding the teaching of home economics to sixth grade students.
The collection (1967-1997, undated) contains biographical information and professional correspondence. The collection also contains a number of Dr. Manwiller’s professional publications that focus on his work with properties of pine, oak, and maple.
The collection (1950-2007, undated) contains biographical information and professional correspondence. The collection also contains a number of Dr. Thomson’s professional publications. These publications focus on Dr. Thomson’s work with management, range management forest photogrammetry, forest history, and Midwestern forest history.
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.
The collection (1953-1969) contains biographical information. The collection also contains an assortment of Dr. Gatherum’s professional publications that focus on his work with Range Management and Plant Physiology.
This collection (1879-1980) includes biographical data, correspondence, photographs, papers and publications by and about Herbert Osborn, and chapters, from the unpublished autobiography, Life Chronicle of a Naturalist, which documents Osborn's life up to 1943.
This collection (1940-1983, undated) contains biographical material, livestock marketing studies, and minutes and reports of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s National Livestock Advisory Committee (1940-1969). Of special interest is a report, “Program of the livestock Committee,” written by John Kenneth Galbraith (1940).