Rosetta M. Byers papers
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Scope and Contents
The Rosetta M. Byers papers date from 1904 to 1920 and measure 6 linear inches. The papers are arranged in one series: State University of Iowa (now The University of Iowa).
The State University of Iowa series contains letters to Rosetta Byers from her mother, including invitations and awards. Materials such as the student planner, religious study books, dance cards, and scrapbook, reflect student academic and social life at the State University of Iowa during the first two decades of the twentieth century. Also included are copies of The Iowa Alumnus and The Daily Iowan.
- Creation: 1904-1920
- Byers, Rosetta M. (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright held by the donor has been transferred to the University of Iowa.
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Biographical / Historical
Rosetta M. Byers graduated from Garner High School in Garner, Iowa, on May 29, 1914. She attended the State University of Iowa (now The University of Iowa), graduating with distinction in the College of Liberal Arts in 1918. She taught English and Latin in Ida Grove, Iowa.
6.00 linear inches
Language of Materials
University of Iowa student from 1914-1918.
Method of Acquisition
The papers (donor no. 433) were donated by Helen A. Rasmus.
- Margaret Richardson, 1999.
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