Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains correspondence, biographical information and memorials, publications, and addresses. The papers also include information regarding the Charles Henry Stange Award and photographs of Dr. Stange on vacation and of his friends and family.
Chester Hamlin Werkman was a professor of bacteriology and biochemistry at Iowa State College (University) from 1923 until 1962. This collection includes biographical information, awards, correspondence, a lab notebook, photographs, and reprints of Werkman's research articles. These files document Werkman's research interests in bacteriology and biochemistry, his work as professor and head of Iowa State's Department of Bacteriology, and his overall career.
This collection contains papers related to Gerry B. Schnelle's work as a veterinarian, including awards, journals, newspaper clippings, photographs, and a scrapbook.
Collection contains newsclippings, memorials, correspondence, and reprints of two articles written by Dean Bergman.
The collection consists of biographical information, awards, diplomas and certificates received by Henry Hugh Dukes. The collection also contains plaques and other three-dimensional items given to Dr. Dukes, including the Borden Award (1960) given to him by the American Veterinary Medical Association, an academic hood (1966) from Clemson University, and the Distinguished Service Achievement Citation (1977) from the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
The collection (1927-1935) consists of the 4-H record book of Lucille Peterson. The record book contains letters of recommendation, record books for 4-H projects, club programs, longtime personal expense account record books and awards, lists of club and personal activities, her 4-H story, photographs, letters (mostly from Webster County Home Demonstration Agent Elizabeth Peterson), and Iowa State Fair and Webster County Fair ribbons.
This collection (1938-1971) primarily documents Margaret Black’s career in science education and conservation. The collection contains correspondence, lecture notes, student term papers, her master's thesis, student conservation projects and newspaper clippings on Margaret Black and conservation.
Margaret Mae Gross (1924-2010) was a longtime administrative assistant in the Office of the Director/Dean at the Iowa State University Library. This collection documents her career at the Library and includes biographical information, awards materials, correspondence, photographs of her and other Library staff, and items related to celebrations of her long tenure at the Library.
The collection (1923-1934) contains the 4-H record book of Marie Mann of the Adel Live Wire 4-H Girls’ Club, Dallas County, Iowa. The book contains club programs, letters of recommendation, record books for 4-H projects, a list of activities, her 4-H story, photographs, newspaper clippings, ribbons, and her health examination.