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Abstract High school English teacher who was active in state and national Democratic Party politics during the 1950s and 1960s.
Dates: 1899-1994; 1920-1968
Abstract Television and radio broadcaster, producer and writer who worked in Iowa and Hollywood in the 1940s.
Abstract An outstanding athlete and the first woman to receive an athletic letter at the University of Iowa.She graduated in 1923.
Dates: 1920 -1985
Abstract Author, librarian, and professor of library science who was a WAVE during World War II.
Abstract Student who attended the University of Iowa in the 1940s and later became a teacher and child-welfare worker.
Abstract Brother and sister from Keokuk, Iowa who attended the State University of Iowa and pursued careers as a composer and French professor, respectively.
Abstract Received her master's degree from the Department of Physical Education for Women at the State University of Iowa in 1952.
Abstract Scrapbook documenting the collegiate life of a State University of Iowa student during the 1920's.
Abstract Humboldt, Iowa, native who taught high school in Iowa and worked for the Unitarian Church in Cleveland and Boston.
Abstract University of Iowa graduate and teacher whose papers include correspondence and scrapbook files relating to her work on a variety of social issues including gun control.
Abstract The papers consist largely of correspondence between Hilda and George Allen and their three children and cover a broad range of family, social and political issues.
Abstract Professor of English and an independent scholar who taught in the Middle East and Eastern Europe as well as in Iowa.
Abstract Scholar at the State University of Iowa in 1923.
Abstract High school history teacher who traveled to Europe in 1929 and recorded her experiences in a diary.
Abstract Dancer, choreographer and educator who worked in Iowa, Massachussetts, Oregon and New York.
Dates: 1927-2000; 1961-2000
Abstract High school English teacher from Iowa City.
Abstract Biographical materials relate to Walnut, Iowa clubwoman Wilma Parker Nissen and her daughters.
Abstract Honorary society for women students in the field of education.
Abstract The family came to Iowa City in 1905 when Henry Prentiss established the Anatomy Department at the State University of Iowa.