Found in 1002 Collections and/or Records:
Family farmer, volunteer, and community activist who served on U.S. National Commission for UNESCO and the International Women's Year Commission.
Social worker, community activist, and civic administrator who founded the Quad Cities Conference on Black Families, Inc.
Autograph book and genealogy of 19th century Iowa woman.
The group formed in 1956 to help elect Democratic candidates.
Organized in 1973, members supported a number of feminist initiatives including economic equalty and the ERA.
Iron casting company in Davenport, Iowa. Includes blueprints, budgets, correspondence, publicity, and photographs.
Puerto Rican woman who served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II and trained at Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
Chair of Iowa's Democratic Party from 1987 to 1991 and first woman to serve as Iowa's Attorney General from 1990 until 1994.
Iowa author who was a victim of sexual and physical abuse, served time in prison and later placed into Iowa's work release program.
Bonnie Kern's book, Proclivity, is shelved in the printed works collection in IWA.
The club was a social group gathered in homes to review books.
The club was organized in 1911 for the social and intellectual benefit of the ladies of Boone and the surrounding area.
Social and philanthropic club organized in 1947 by African American women in Fort Madison, Iowa
The Bowersox family settled in Johnson County, Iowa in approximately 1855. The papers include a family account book, school exams and teaching certificates.
Correspondence and other papers of this nineteenth-century family that resided in the Hudson River Valley of New York.
This exhibit was created by the Master Farm Homemakers Guild to publicize their history in Iowa.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Materials relate to the suit filed by 3 dental hygiene faculty members charging that the scheduled closing of the University of Iowa Dental Hygiene Program was discriminatory.
Appeal Documents, 1995-1996 (Boxes 19-20)
Background Information, 1985-1995 (Boxes 20-24, 27)
Defendant Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 6-10)
Formal Documents, 1991-1995 (Boxes 1-3)
Letters of Support, 1991-1995 (Boxes 25-26)
Newspaper Clippings, 1991-1996 (Box 26)
Plaintiff Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 11-19, 27)
Trial Transcripts, 1995 (Boxes 3-6)
Unidentified Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 10-11)
The family lived in New York state until 1862 when they moved to Illinois before settling in Iowa in 1910. The diaries are from several generations.
Time capsule documenting women's community involvement, as captured in 1896 and 1946.
Correspondence, chiefly love letters, between amateur printers Smith and Turnepseed, together with a few additional materials, including copies of their co-edited Literary Newsette. Many of Smith's letters document his activities training as a navigator in the United States Army Air Force, 1943-1944.
Correspondence and art work by mail artist Buster Cleveland.