Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Engineering Communications and Marketing Department photographs and slides, 1897-2006, undated (bulk 1995-2006)
This sub-group (1897-2006, undated) contains photographs and slides generated by the Engineering Communications and Marketing Department at Iowa State University. These images document students, faculty, facilities, research projects, and activities from each engineering department as well as images used in published issues of the Connections and Marston Muses newsletters.
This collection (1936-1996, undated) contains information from club meetings, lectures sponsored by or related to the club, newspaper clippings, club sponsored field trips, and newsletters. There are group photographs as well as photographs and slides from various field trips. The slides also contain images of different plant life observed on field trips. Most of the slides were created by George Knaphus, a professor of Botany at Iowa State and longtime advisor to the club.
This collection (1958-2006, undated) contains articles, newspaper clippings, writings, speeches and other documents relating to the work of Jane Magers. Personal photographs, slides, videos, and correspondence are included as well as professional correspondence.
This sub-group (1964-2004) contains photographs, slides, contact slides, and videos from performances and events at the Iowa State Center, ranging from Farm Aid, Neil Diamond, and the Republican Cavalcade. This collection also contains promotional materials including tickets, brochures, performance programs, and flyers.
This sub-group (1973-2005) contains a variety of slides and photographs pertaining to the Reiman Gardens and previous Iowa State University horticultural gardens. Included are images of the garden construction and plantings, volunteers, visitors, and special events, as well as textual slides.
Tom Sutherland, an Iowa State University graduate, was a professor of animal science at Colorado State University. He was serving as Dean of Agriculture at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, when he was kidnapped on June 9, 1985, and held in captivity for over six years. The collection contains newspaper articles covering his kidnapping, captivity, and release in 1991, and activities after his release.