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Family farmer, volunteer, and community activist who served on U.S. National Commission for UNESCO and the International Women's Year Commission.
Farm woman and volunteer from Fayette County, Iowa.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Iowa City peace activist and educator who was executive director of the UNA-USA Iowa Division from 1976 to 1996.
Biology teacher at Iowa City City High School from 1928 to 1967.
University of Iowa alumna and clubwoman. She wrote a column for the Iowa City Press Citizen during World War II.
Owner and operator of the Tate Arms, a boarding house for African American male students at the University of Iowa during the 1940s and 1950s.
Peace activist and Quaker who lived in Southern Rhodesia from 1960 to 1964.
Research materials for her book, The View From 70: Women's Recollections and Reflections, published in 2004.
Organization of physicians' spouses that worked to advance health and health education and to support medical families
Farmwoman, 4-H leader, and volunteer who was active in the Farm Bureau and the Master Farm Homemakers Guild.
Professor of English and an independent scholar who taught in the Middle East and Eastern Europe as well as in Iowa.
Writer, performer, volunteer, and nurse in Iowa City.
Iowa City political activist.
Volunteer whose work centered on her involvement in the Woman's Relief Corps.
Photographer, Peace Corps volunteer, and United Nations Association leader and member.
Papers of an activist from West Branch, Iowa, include correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to her husband's status as a conscientious objector.
Mexican American activists from Davenport, Iowa.
Brothers who emigrated to Bettendorf, Iowa, from Zacatecas, Mexico, in 1914 and 1915.
The full extent of the Manuel and David Macias collection is preserved in the Iowa Digital Library.
Sioux City business owner and political activist who emigrated to the United States from Mexico in 1978.