Found in 357 Collections and/or Records:
Iowans for Right to Work is a voluntary, non-profit, non-political organization whose purpose is to promote an individual's right to join or not join a union group in order to obtain or keep a job. This collection contains correspondence, records of executive board meetings, planning materials for annual meetings, advertising materials, and published materials by and about right to work groups such as newsletters, news releases, bulletins, pamphlets and newspaper clippings.
The collection (1872-2007, undated) contains biographical information, correspondence, news clippings and articles, and research materials about the Campanile at Iowa State University. The collection also contains a scrapbook compiled by Schroeder of printed materials that used a depiction of the Iowa State campanile. These include extension bulletins, covers to Iowa State directories, stationery, athletics programs, and a variety of other materials that use a depiction of the campanile.
This collection (1968-2009, undated) contains biographical information and published articles of Dean Isaacson. The collection also contains some departmental correspondence, student evaluations of Isaacson, and National Science Foundation grants received by Isaacson.
This sub-group (1978-1990, undated) contains correspondence, advisory group files, agreements, documents relating to papers presented, conferences, seminar writings, and workshops.
The collection (1878-2008) contains biographies, news clippings, and correspondence about General Geddes. The papers also include articles (1878-1879) written by General Geddes about horse training. The articles are from the College Quarterly (call number: S1 C59x), a journal produced by the Iowa Agricultural College (Iowa State University).
The collection (1963-1983, undated) contains trial documents, copies of laws and regulations, correspondence, articles, news clippings, court documents and Risser's notes and rough drafts related to his Pulitzer Prize winning articles. Also included are some copies of the prize winning articles. Most of the collection consists of Risser's research materials of the grain inspection scandals, but also includes material from his research on farming and the environment.
This collection contains materials relating to Jane Greimann’s tenure in the House of Representatives of the Iowa Legislature. The papers include campaign correspondence and newspaper articles and editorials by Greimann’s campaign as well as by the campaigns of her opponents. The collection also includes drafts of bills for the House of Representatives
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 collection (1968-2012, undated) contains Dr. Beran’s biographical materials, certificates, presentations, papers and faculty activities correspondence relating to physical education on the international level, and the history of physical education. A highlight of this collection is her writings on the history of women’s basketball, and a presentation, “One Hundred Years of Physical Culture, Physical Training, Physical Education, Health and Human Performance at Iowa State University.”
This collection (1971-1989, undated) contains correspondence, meeting materials, and reports. A large part of the collection includes minutes and related correspondence for meetings of the Agriculture and Natural Resources section of Iowa State University Extension. Also included is a report that documents Olson’s role in the publication of several Landscape Architecture Extension newsletters and his notes for staff meetings of the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Joanna Courteau was a Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Iowa State University from 1971 until 2007. In addition to her teaching duties, Courteau was active in numerous University committees, published articles on language instruction, and wrote two books. This collection contains biographical information about Courteau, professional and personal correspondence, grant applications, and materials related to professional organizations and campus groups.
This collection (1976-1983) contains Dr. John B. Balinsky’s correspondence, biographical information, published articles, and zoological department seminars. The published works include Dr. Balinsky’s research relating to metabolism, regeneration, enzyme and hormonal research in amphibians and rats.
This collection consists primarily materials from Gagnon’s service during World War II, including letters written home and letters from a German acquaintance after returning home.
The McClelland Papers (1917-1986) consist of materials documenting McClelland's time in the Philippines with Mountain View College and the Mindinao Agricultural College. Also in the collection are his articles and writings, which largely dealt with establishing agricultural schools in non-western nations, and a small amount of biographical information, correspondence relating to World War I, and to Iraq (1952), and some miscellaneous correspondence.