Found in 357 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1949-1989, undated) contains articles, biographical information, correspondence, and materials related to the Public Affairs Committee for the Iowa State University Cooperative Extension Service. The collection also includes notes and pamphlets from workshops and organizations, and a copy of In Retrospect, Wallace Ogg's 1989 self-published autobiography.
This collection (1953-1978, undated) contains a biographical information and research reports. The reports relate to conservation tillage and chemical and cultural methods of weed management and pest control. The papers also contain a small amount of correspondence with the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company and a presentation about water pollution from crop production.
This collection documents Hagen’s achievements in conservation and public speaking on conservation. Materials include photocopies of newspaper clippings, soil conservation literature, conservation planning materials, and a selection of Hagen's correspondence and speeches.
Wesley I. Shank was an architectural historian and Professor of Architecture at Iowa State University where he served on the faculty from 1964-1992. This collection contains published and unpublished articles, research files and reports on historic structures in Iowa, teaching materials for architectural courses, and information on Iowa architects.
This collection (1965-1985, undated) contains biographical information, research papers, notes, and related correspondence. The research papers consist of copies of articles submitted for publication and most of the files also contain related notes and correspondence with publishers. Topics include photoelectric lunar occultation observations, radial velocity studies, and spectroscopic binary observations.
This collection (1937-1966, undated) contains biographical information, writings on hog raising and the development of the field of animal husbandry into animal science, one folder of correspondence, research notes on swine, teaching materials from graduate animal husbandry/science courses (1950s-1960s), and one folder of materials from Jay Lush’s seminar, “Quantitative Genetics.”
This collection (1934-1994) contains news clippings and correspondence relating to William H. Schrampfer's life and work, as well as a baby book for his daughter Betty Schrampfer.