Linda Coe Halsey papers
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Scope and Contents
The Linda Coe Halsey papers date from 1929 to 2010 and measure 2.5 linear feet. The papers are arranged in two series: Personal and Community.
The Personal series (1959-1999) contains recipe books and obituaries from family members. It also has four scrapbooks made by Halsey in her youth, two of which include newspaper clippings of girls’ 6 on 6 basketball.
The Community series (1929-2010) includes work Halsey did with different organizations in Iowa. It is also made up of legal pads and a circular string of bobbins.
- Creation: 1929 - 2010
- Halsey, Anne (1941 - ) (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
Linda Coe Halsey was born on August 24, 1941, in Centerville, Iowa. Raised on a farm, Halsey grew up in rural Iowa. She attended Udell High School in the 1950s and would go on to train to become a registered nurse at the now closed Saint Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Ottumwa, Iowa. After her training, Halsey became the first female nurse at the Anamosa State Penitentiary. She later worked as a school nurse in the Anamosa School District and an administrative assistant at Cornell College’s Chemistry Department. Linda Coe Halsey was also a mother to two children.
2.5 Linear Feet
4 items : 4 scrapbooks in Box 2
Language of Materials
Registered nurse, homemaker, and administrative assistant in Cornell College’s Chemistry Department.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers (donor no. 1576) were donated by Anne Halsey in 2018 and subsequent years.
- Linda Coe Halsey papers
- Emma Barton-Norris, 2021.
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