Iowa State College--Alumni and alumnae
Found in 162 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains scrapbooks compiled by George Wormley consisting of articles published in the Farm Journal magazine 1950-1972 and loose subject related publications and articles dated between 1973 and 1984.
Gerald Maurice Watson (1917-2007) was born and raised in Hazleton, Iowa, where he attended Hazleton High School. He received his B.S. (1942) from Iowa State College (University) in general engineering. After graduating, he served in the United States Army during World War II and the Korean War. This collection contains a diary (1932) written when Watson was 15 and living in Hazleton, Iowa. The diary contains brief entries detailing his daily activities, local events, and weather.
Collection contains biographical information about Gertrude (Curtiss) Kolmos and a notebook that was used by Mrs. Kolmos from 1902-1904 in her cooking classes at Iowa State College.
The collection (1926-1990, undated) contains biographical materials, correspondence, and reprints of articles written by her. Many of Sunderlin's writings focused on cooking, canning, recipes, and nutrition. The collection also contains materials related to her work with the Master Mix. In addition, there are articles written by her students regarding products developed in Sunderlin’s experimental cookery classes.
This collection (circa 1917-1918) contains 132 b/w photographs of the Iowa State College (University) campus and buildings (exterior), students, and Letsch with her friends. It also contains loose postcards featuring the annual pushball contest, with hand-written commentary on the back of each as to the rules and progress of the contest.
This collection (circa 1913-1917) consists of notebooks, sketch pads, course notes, laboratory notes, and picture plates from courses in applied art, botany, chemistry, English literature, anatomy and zoology, history of architecture, home economics, journalism, and personal sanitation and hygiene.
Harry Rex Porter was an Iowa State College (University) graduate (1901) from Woodbine, Iowa. He married Harriet Hasbrouck, a 1900 Iowa State graduate, and moved to Vancouver, Washington. This collection includes biographical information, personal correspondence, illustrations used in the 1900 Bomb (Iowa State's yearbook), and photographs of campus life.
The collection (1917-1946, undated) contains biographical information, photographs, diplomas, a baby book and loose scrapbook pages. The scrapbook pages include many scenic vacation photographs and images of possible family members, though almost all the photographs are unidentified. Helen’s school autograph book was likely completed while she was in junior high school and includes notes and signatures from teachers, friends, and family.
The collection consists of biographical information, awards, diplomas and certificates received by Henry Hugh Dukes. The collection also contains plaques and other three-dimensional items given to Dr. Dukes, including the Borden Award (1960) given to him by the American Veterinary Medical Association, an academic hood (1966) from Clemson University, and the Distinguished Service Achievement Citation (1977) from the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
This collection contains materials Holmes acquired as a freshman in engineering at Iowa State in 1941. Included in the collection are papers from his English and engineering classes, freshman orientation programs and guides, a touch football manual, a wrestling guide written by Iowa State wrestling coach Hugo Otopalik, a student conduct guide, and a fraternity promotional booklet from the Greek system.
Horace Ringheim received a B.S. (1913) in forestry from Iowa State College (University). As a student at Iowa State he was active in sports, playing on the football and baseball teams, and a founding member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. This collection includes biographical information about Ringheim and a college scrapbook with photographs depicting student activities such as football, baseball, and fraternity events as well as campus buildings and other students.
The collection contains news clippings, correspondence, and numerous publications written by Porter regarding seeds and seed pathogens. The publications include a history of the Iowa State College (University) Seed Laboratory, 1931-1946.
This collection features a photograph album created by an unidentified Iowa State College (University) student. It features photographs of student life, campus events, fraternity activities, Iowa State horses of the time, and outings outside of Iowa. This item was part of a donation from the Nancy Mock estate.
This collection consists of materials related to alumni and former students. Materials have been gathered by multiple departments, including Special Collections and University Archives, and combined into a subject file for each individual. The original source of each documents are not known.
This collection consists of materials related to alumni and former students. See related materials note for collections.