Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1977-2002) contains biographical sketches and newspaper clippings on Crabtree along with a number of articles and speeches presented by Dean Crabtree for Iowa State University’s College of Family and Consumer Sciences. The speeches and articles mostly focus on the future of the family and consumer sciences curriculum and home economics educators as well as career opportunities for graduates of the college.
This collection (1936-1968, undated) contains correspondence, course materials, articles, and studies by Carol E. Fuchs.
This collection (1893-2005, undated) contains material related to Earl Douglass and his work in paleontology. The collection includes articles written about Douglass and his work, poetry written by Douglass, and a Register of Papers contained in the Special Collections Department of the University of Utah Libraries. The collection also contains two oversized items: a composite photograph of the Iowa State graduating class of 1893 and his diploma from Iowa State.
This collection (1898-1982, undated) contains materials related to Earle D. Ross of the Department of History, including correspondence, publications, research materials, and files on his involvement in professional organizations.
This collection contains various publications by E.J. Wellhausen on his research on corn genetics, breeding, dieasese, and yield.
The papers document the activities of Ercel Sherman Eppright as Head of the Department of Food and Nutrition, Assistant Dean of the College of Home Economics and Assistant Director of the Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station. The collection contains news clippings, articles, correspondence, and notes. It also includes the typed manuscript of "A Century of Home Economics at Iowa State University", and a bound copy of "Syllabus in Nutrition and Dietetics".
The collection (1925-1985, undated) contains the correspondence, publications, clippings, speeches of Frank H. Spedding and administrative records related to his work as director of the Ames Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy.
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 (1926-1990, undated) contains biographical materials, correspondence, and reprints of articles written by her. Many of Sunderlin's writings focused on cooking, canning, recipes, and nutrition. The collection also contains materials related to her work with the Master Mix. In addition, there are articles written by her students regarding products developed in Sunderlin’s experimental cookery classes.
This collection contains 10 printed articles on nutrition. The articles focus on nutritional needs of girls and women, particularly iron and zinc; and the nutritional needs of Peruvians (one article is in Spanish). Of special interest is a 1972 article on the organic foods movement in the United States.
This collection contains materials created and collected by the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy during the 1980s and 1990s in response to the Farm Crisis. It includes related material from the United Farmer & Rancher congress, the "Old Timer's Conference" (also called Symposium/We Shall Not Be Moved: The Historical Roots of Agrarian Protest), and documents from the League of Rural Voters.