Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
This collection (1845-2012) consists of Pellegreno's research material: correspondence, clippings, manuscript drafts, and biographical files relating to the history of aviation. Among the paper records, photographs, audiotapes, and ephemera is information about Lincoln Beachy, Clarence Chamberlin, Ellen Church, the Donaldson Brothers, Carl H. Duede, Ila Fox, Neil J. McCoubrey, Clarence Norton, Eddie Rickenbacker, the Wright Brothers, and several Iowa air shows.
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 (1971) contains a typed manuscript of Hawkins's book, Buggies, Blizzards, and Babies, published by the Iowa State University Press in 1971. Each chapter is kept separate and the preface, table of contents, dedication, and cutlines for photographs used at the beginning of each chapter are at the beginning of the collection.
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".
This manuscript (1972) for Nothing to Make a Shadow (published in 1972) was donated to the Department by the Iowa State University Press. Consisting of 20 chapters, the edited typescript pages detail the 1909 homesteading story of the Cashatt family in Tripp County, South Dakota.
The published version of Nothing to Make a Shadow is available in the Library under call number F656 L4.
This collection (1950-1978, undated) documents Helen Isely's professional writing life and includes letters, drafts of individual poems, manuscripts, published work, and news clippings.
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data, correspondence, photographs, papers and publications by and about Herbert Osborn, and chapters, from the unpublished autobiography, Life Chronicle of a Naturalist, which documents Osborn's life up to 1943.
The collection consists of materials related to the Department of Animal Ecology. Records include news clippings, newsletters, publications, alumni newsletters, subject files, biographical files, Paul Errington Memorial Lecture records, administrative records, and faculty and staff papers.
The collection contains biographical information and correspondence. The bulk of the collection consists of numerous publications mostly on plant rust fungi (Uredinales), including the manuscript for The Plant Rusts (1929).
The collection (1941-1998) contains documents relating to Ms. Eames’ acting career including correspondence, scripts, memorabilia, photographs, manuscripts, and scrapbooks. The collection also contains biographical information. Of note there are several letters to her from Groucho Marx.
This collection (1980-1987, undated) contains materials related to Dahlberg’s National Science Foundation grant-funded Ethics and Values In Science and Technology (EVIST) project and its related publication, New Directions for Agriculture and Agricultural Research (1986). It includes correspondence, draft copies of chapters, meeting notes and minutes, news clippings, project reports, and materials related to the publication process.
This collection (circa 1890s, undated) contains biographical information about Laura A. Sunderlin Nourse and drafts of her book The Lyric of Life... (Buffalo: Charles Wells Moulton, 1892). A copy of the author's edition of The Lyric of Life... is in the rare books collection and may be found by searching the library catalog.