Found in 357 Collections and/or Records:
John Jay Chapman was an American author, poet, and political crusader in the late 1800s and early 1900s. His subject matter was varied, ranging from political and literary commentary to several children's plays. This collection contains biographical information from two separate publications. Both detail his personal and professional life. Also included is a letter from Chapman to his friend, Arthur M. Huntington.
The collection (1950-2011, undated) contains biographical information, research papers, book chapters, presentations, and awards. The majority of the collection is made up of refereed publications, non-refereed publications, and presentation outlines and notes related to Cleasby's work on filtration methods of water and wastewater. Additional folders contain news clippings and letters from students.
John Stevenson Murray, State Republican Senator of Iowa, represented district twenty-one for ten years in the Iowa General Assembly (1973-1983). The collection contains correspondence, reports, committee files, speeches, legislation, tax information, appropriation files, news clippings and subject files related to his time as a legislator. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, committee files, and documents related to tax issues.
John T. Schlebecker was an agricultural historian forcusing on 18th century American Agricultural history who was a professor in the Iowa State University History Department (1956-1965), and later became Curator of Agriculture and Forest Production at the Smithsonian Institution (1965-1985). This collection includes biographical material, correspondence, files on grant applications and agricultural history organizations, and typescripts of publications.
This collection contains biographical information, correspondence, articles written by Joseph Budd, a notebook documenting the Horticulture Lectures given by Professor Budd, and genealogical information about the Budd family.
This collection consists of photocopies of correspondence, newsletters, program guides, and a scrapbook, which document Joy Ringham Munn's tenure as host (1951-1953) of the WOI Television Program, "The Magic Window."
This collection (1904-2002, undated) contains correspondence, interviews, speeches, lecture notes, research materials, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Much of the material relates to Dr. Schilletter’s work as a faculty member in the Horticulture Department and as Director of Residence at Iowa State University.
This collection (1942-1990) contains correspondence, surveys, reports, newsletters, agendas, and printed materials regarding Trahanovsky’s work at Iowa State University. The papers also include materials regarding her involvement with the American Chemical Society, Iota Sigma Pi, Science Bound, and other professional organizations.
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.
The collection (1960-1987) Includes the important correspondence of Keith Ketcham during his nearly-ten-years as the General Manager of WOI Radio/TV as well as administrative documents from this period of his career.
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 consists of correspondence sent from Lane to his family during his service in the Air Force in WWII. In addition, the collection includes a program from Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanics from McPhee's December 17, 1949 graduation where McPhee graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Education.
The collection (1889-1974) primarily contains material from Burroughs’ work at St. John’s Church and other professional activities, but also includes records and photographs from Burroughs’ family, childhood and schooling. The records include biographical materials, work from his grade school through seminary education, personal and professional correspondence, reference material, photographs, and a variety of his writings including articles, sermons, and diaries.
LeRoy Getting was an Iowa politician and farm leader. He served as a State Senator (1959-1963) in the Iowa General Assembly and as Director (1946-1958) of the Iowa Farm Bureau. This collection documents Getting’s work in Republican Party politics, farm policy, and international trade. Files related to two agricultural trade missions to Europe are included in this collection.