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Abstract A writer of biographies for children (on Columbus, Clara Barton, Lafayette and LaSalle, among others), Mrs. Graham also published more than 300 songs and Strike Up the Band! (1949), a collection of short biographies of American band musicians. Both her books and songs are represented in her papers.
Abstract Author of books for young adults and teacher. Preliminary drafts of her writings.
Abstract Holdings are the manuscript of Silver Heels, a book for children. Iowa Authors Mss.
Scope and Contents A geologist by training and a member of several university faculties, Carroll Fenton published a large number of books on scientific topics for children, most of them with his own illustrations and many co-authored with his wife.
Abstract Children's author and Iowa's first Newbery Award winner. This collection consists of a manuscript and various clippings. Iowa Author Mss.
Abstract Printmaker and artist, Simmons wrote and illustrated a number of books for children.
Scope and Contents Wagon to a Star, a collection of stories about life on an Adair County farm in the 1870s.
Abstract Editor with Better Homes and Gardens and The Ladies' Home Journal and author of biographies. Typescript of her Jenny Lind (1962).
Abstract Novelist, story writer and author of children's books, including Hot Rod, a best-seller for 30 years. Correspondence and literary manuscripts.
- Bach, Marcus 1
- Calhoun, Mary 1
- Calhoun, Mary Huiskamp 1
- Christie, Caroline Mabry 1
- Christie, Caroline Mabry, 1887- 1
- Eyerly, Jeanette 1
- Faulkner, William, 1897-1962 1
- Felsen, Henry Gregor 1
- Fenton, Carroll Lane and Mildred Adams Fenton 1
- Gorman, Carol 1
- Graham, Alberta Powell 1
- McGuire, Frances Lynch 1
- Medary, Marjorie 1
- Meigs, Cornelia 1
- Meigs, Cornelia, 1884-1973 1
- Morrison, Velma Ford 1
- Muehl, Lois Baker 1
- Robertson, Keith 1
- Shultz, Gladys Denny 1
- Simmons, Eleanor Pownall 1
- Simmons, Ellie 1
- Stong, Phil 1
- University of Iowa 1
- Veglahn, Nancy 1
- Walker, Pamela 1
- Weir, Ruth Cromer, 1902-1998 1 ∧ less