College students--Social life and customs
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs and postcards of Iowa State College campus buildings and student life compiled by Arthur H. Pickford during his life. The collection also contains one audio cassette tape from his funeral in 2003.
Materials related to the rich and vibrant history of Iowa State University myths and traditions. The materials were collected by staff in the Special Collections and University Archives. This collection includes clippings, correspondence, ephemera, and writings documenting such things as the school's colors, mascots, songs, events, and freshman beanies.
This collection contains a scrapbook created by James P. Talcott during his years at Iowa State University that highlights the social life and events, buildings and landscapes, sports, and military activities of Iowa State during the 1910s. The scrapbook also contains photographs and clippings about his last year of high school and the 4 years after his time at Iowa State.
This collection contains scrapbooks and photographs by Marie Hall made during her time at Iowa State University. The collection materials highlight the social life and customs of women college students at Iowa State during the early 1900s.