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Diaries

 Subject
Subject Source: Aat: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 146 Collections and/or Records:

Pierce-Stuart Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0483
Abstract Diaries of Mary Pierce describe family life in Harlan, Iowa from 1927 to 1947; Mary Clark's memoir reflects on medical challenges in the early 1900s.

Prentiss Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0060
Abstract The family came to Iowa City in 1905 when Henry Prentiss established the Anatomy Department at the State University of Iowa.

R. Weston Diaries

 Collection
Identifier: msc0117
Abstract Railroad mechanic. Two diaries containing details about his daily work in the shops of the C.B.&Q. and C.D.&M. railroads, community news and gossip in Dubuque, Iowa, and personal matters.

Raymond F. Sheets Papers

 Collection
Identifier: RG99.0286
Abstract Professor in Internal Medicine who specialized in hematology and oncology. Diary.

Reese Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0818
Abstract Business documents, correspondence and travel ephemera of the Reese Family from Turin, Iowa.

Robert B. Tabor Papers

 Collection
Identifier: msc0272
Abstract Iowa artist. Diaries and sketchbooks, correspondence and biographical material documenting his career.

Robert Metzler "Colombo" Diaries

 Collection
Identifier: msc0097
Abstract Writer and producer Robert Metzler was hired in March 1975 to work on the NBC television series Colombo starring Peter Falk. He continued on the show into 1977, making near daily diary entries that record behind-the-scenes activity in great detail.

Robinson-Lacy Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0424
Abstract Correspondence diaries, scrapbook, and genealogical information regarding this Dubuque-area family.

Ruby Crumley Mitchell diaries

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0228
Abstract Daily diaries of this Rhodes, Iowa, native.

Ruth Fatherson Taylor papers

 Collection
Identifier: IWA0489
Abstract Reminiscences and essays by Taylor and the transcript of a 1915 memoir written by Editha Phillips Fatherson.