Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Content The Adams Family Papers (1618-2008, undated) contains correspondence, writings, diaries, newspaper clippings, the family bible and biographical materials. The biographical materials include newspaper clippings, journals, and diaries of the family members. The first section features the correspondence of Reverend Samuel Newbury, Mary Sergeant Newbury, Thomas J. Newbury, Mary Newbury Adams, and Austin Adams. The letters of Mary Newbury Adams feature her experiences at Troy...
Dates: 1618-2008, undated
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RS 9/9/62
Scope and Content This collection (1942-2002, undated) contains photographs of students, colleagues, and research projects. The papers also include correspondence with colleagues, researchers and publishers. In addition, there are notes from courses, lectures and research. The collection also contains of biographical information and news clippings.
Dates: 1941-2002, undated
Identifier: RS 16/3/61
Scope and Content This collection contains notes and lectures from classes as well as examples dealing with home furnishings and color usage. There is also lots of material pertaining to the 4H girl’s club and home improvement and home furnishing, as well as information and scrapbooks from Kunau’s many trips abroad.
Dates: 1914-1997, undated
Identifier: RS 17/1/11
Scope and Content 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.
Dates: 1925-1985, undated
Identifier: RS 21/7/5
Scope and Content This collection (1910-2007) contains publications by and about Henry A. Wallace; reminiscences of him by fellow students and agriculturalists; some correspondence (mainly after his retirement); newspaper articles concerning his life, his work both for the federal government and after his retirement, and memorials to him after his death; photographs; published and unpublished historical papers relating to his significance; a transcript of an oral history; and miscellaneous documents detailing...
Identifier: RS 13/6/52
Abstract Henry Gilman (1893-1986) was an organic chemist renowned for his groundbreaking work in organometallic chemistry. He joined the faculty of Iowa State College (University) in 1919, attained the rank of Professor in 1923, and was named Distinguished Professor in 1962. Gilman helped Iowa State's Chemistry Department rise to national prominence. He authored or co-authored over a thousand publications and delivered countless lectures and speeches around the world, among other professional activities...
Identifier: RS 9/1/11
Scope and Content The collection (1887-1986) contains biographical material, letter press books of private correspondence, addresses, articles, transcripts and tapes of interviews with people who knew Tama Jim, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, and genealogical material. Correspondence includes letters of recommendation, letters regarding appointments, and letters containing Wilson's opinions regarding professional matters. The letters span Tama Jim's sixteen years as secretary of agriculture. Private...
Series — Multiple Containers
Description of Material These materials consist of information and records pertaining to the organization of the Committee on Lectures and its programs. Folders named for speakers and presentations contain documents varying from flyers advertising the programming, to correspondence between the committee and presenters and interested parties, to printed versions of the lectures given. Some folders also contain photographs, newsclippings, and background information about presenters; some include documentation of the...
Identifier: RS 26/5/51
Abstract Landscape architect. Robert William Dyas received his B.S. (1950) and M.L.A. (1954) in landscape architecture from Iowa State College (University). He joined the staff of the Department of Landscape Architecture at Iowa State University in 1960. During his nearly 30 years at Iowa State, Dyas conducted studies in landscape design, design of outdoor educational and recreational facilities, and graphic communication of landscapes. One of his largest studies involved a field study of the Midwest...
Dates: 1913-1993, undated
Identifier: RS 13/9/71
Abstract Roger G. Ginder (born 1946) worked as a Professor for the Department of Economics and an extension specialist in agribusiness management at Iowa State University (1978-2010). Much of Ginder's work focused on the management of farmers' cooperatives (co-ops) in the upper Midwest during the difficult economic years of the 1980s and 1990s. This collection contains lecture materials, research files, papers, proposals, and presentation notes. Much of these materials focus on farming debt, credit,...
Dates: 5.88 linear feet (14 document boxes)