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Social worker in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from the 1930s though the 1960s.
Newspaper editor whose papers relate to her career as a journalist and the years she spent in occupied Japan following World War II.
World War I Army nurse from Clayton, Iowa.
High school history teacher who traveled to Europe in 1929 and recorded her experiences in a diary.
A German war bride who came to Iowa in 1922. During World War II she ran the family farm while her husband was serving in the armed forces.
Nurse who served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II.
Factory worker who was among the first Latinas to be hired at the International Harvester Company Farmall plant in Rock Island, Illinois.
Emmy Award-winning television producer and owner of Marian Rees Associates, Inc.
Postville, Iowa, native who graduated from the University of Iowa School of Nursing in 1940.
Photojournalist and writer who lived with Cuna Indians on the San Blas Islands to learn their culture and traditions.
Nurse who worked for the Public Health Service and the United Nations in Italy and the Middle East, 1945-1948.
Civil rights activist, community and religious leader, she was executive director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Education and Vocational Training in Waterloo.
Television journalist and politician who served as Iowa Secretary of State from 1980 to 1986.
Theologian, writer and lecturer whose work encompassed religious theology, philosophy and psychology.
Davenport, Iowa, woman whose parents came to Iowa from Mexico in the 1910s.
Northwest Iowa family including Robert McCown, head of the University of Iowa Libraries Department of Special Collections from 1986-1997.
Benton County, Iowa, farm girl and teacher who played on her high school's basketball championship team in 1927.
Costume designer and avid traveler whose papers include an extensive collection of slides, related travel diaries, and materials pertaining to the Iran Hostage Crisis.
Native of Hamburg, Iowa and missionary to the West Indies and the Belgian Congo from 1925 until 1959.