Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1981-1988, undated) contains correspondence, legislative materials, news clippings, annual report filings, a court brief, committee materials and articles of incorporation and dissolution documents.
This collection contains Clark Mollenhoff's subject files on John Vincent Atanasoff and the J. V. Atanasoff Trial; ca. 1970's-90. Atanasoff developed a prototype of the Atanasoff Berry Computer (ABC) at Iowa State University in 1939, though a final version was never completed.
This collection (1942-1989, undated) contains selections from the litigation files of Honeywell Incorporated relating to Honeywell Incorporated vs. Sperry Rand Corporation, Civil Action No. 4-67, Civil 138 in the U. S. District Court, District of Minnesota, Fourth Division. Among the files are correspondence, affidavits, motions, briefs, memoranda, depositions, trial transcripts, findings of fact, publications, and photographs (For the judgment, refer to files 5/3 - 5/8).
Iowa State University's student newspaper began publication on August 7, 1890, as the Iowa State Agricultural Student. The name would eventually change to the Iowa State Daily in 1947. This collection contains clippings, written histories, promotional materials, information on lawsuits brought against the Daily, and a sampling of original issues of the paper dating from the 1890s through the 1960s.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) represents the graduate and professional students' perspective on campus issues and serves as a liaison between graduate and professional students and the university administration. GPSS was originally organized in 1969 as the Graduate Student Senate. This collection contains bills, resolutions, agendas, meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, committee materials, planning documents, and other related records.
The collection (1963-1983, undated) contains trial documents, copies of laws and regulations, correspondence, articles, news clippings, court documents and Risser's notes and rough drafts related to his Pulitzer Prize winning articles. Also included are some copies of the prize winning articles. Most of the collection consists of Risser's research materials of the grain inspection scandals, but also includes material from his research on farming and the environment.
This collection (1816-1929, undated) documents the McCall family, their business activities, and T. C. McCall's Civil War service. The collection includes biographical information, correspondence, diaries, legal documents, business records, army records, school papers and reports, news clippings, certificates, printed material, photographs, and memorabilia.
This collection (1929-1985, undated) consists of Wardle’s professional career and includes cases dealing with farm implement safety and accidents, and Wardle's role in consulting or executing depositions concerning these cases. Cases dating to 1965 are included, largely dealing with individuals and major farm related corporations. The collection also includes depositions, safety manuals, handbooks, additional consultations, blueprints, and photographs.
This collection includes correspondence related to Robert Mulhall's work at WOI, administrative papers from Mulhall's leadership of WOI, legal documents regarding actions taken by and against WOI Radio and WOI Television, and documents related to WOI’s extensive application for special service authorization to broadcast during the night-time hours