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Correspondence and printed documents such as timetables, train orders, and rate sheets relating primarily to the Burlington, Cedar Rapids, and Northern Railway Company of Iowa.
American motion picture producer, director and writer. Ten script items ranging from shooting schedules to screenplays.
Correspondence and scrapbook of student years at Simpson Conservatory in Indianola, Iowa.
High school English teacher who was active in state and national Democratic Party politics during the 1950s and 1960s.
A writer of biographies for children (on Columbus, Clara Barton, Lafayette and LaSalle, among others), Mrs. Graham also published more than 300 songs and Strike Up the Band! (1949), a collection of short biographies of American band musicians. Both her books and songs are represented in her papers.
Correspondence reflecting pioneer life in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Montana.
Muscatine, Iowa, newspaper columnist active in arts, civic, educational, and religious organizations.
A significant archive, entire and extant, from one of the most prolific and independent of British fine presses, these documents are a record of the processes of hand printing, publishing, and typecasting undertaken by Claire and David Bolton.
Naturalist and writer. Manuscripts of his books and articles, primarily about birds.
One of the most successful women writers of the later 19th century, Octave Thanet's stories and novels celebrated the status quo; she lived much of her life in Davenport, Iowa. Our holdings consist of a holograph draft of her story, The Governor's Prerogative, photographs, photocopies of other stories, and a microfilm of Voice of Nature.
University of Iowa graduate who worked as a secretary. The papers mainly consist of the diaries she kept from 1926-2002.
The papers include Kipp's reminiscence of her childhood on an Iowa farm.
Promise City, Iowa elementary school teacher and poet.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Diaries of this homemaker and mother who helped manage the family's funeral home in Oelwein.
Editor of the Malvern Leader. Personal and professional correspondence.
Administrative dean at the University of Iowa (1944-1974). Correspondence, notebooks, and speeches relating to Dakin's many civic interests and activities. Topics included are Rotary International, Boy Scouts of America, and U of I.
Swedish farm woman whose three children became academics during the 1930s and 1940s.
Buchanan County elementary school teacher and clubwoman.