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Early twentieth-century scrapbook of a young woman in western Iowa.
Received her master's degree from the Department of Physical Education for Women at the State University of Iowa in 1952.
Scrapbook documenting the collegiate life of a State University of Iowa student during the 1920's.
Humboldt, Iowa, native who taught high school in Iowa and worked for the Unitarian Church in Cleveland and Boston.
Social worker and State University of Iowa graduate from Marne, Iowa, whose papers include diaries and family correspondence.
Stage actress who spent her childhood in Saskatchewan and was a teacher in Fairfield, Iowa.
Mt. Vernon, Iowa high school teacher who later owned and directed The Depot Museum in Fayette County, Iowa.
Teacher of nutrition education and dietetics; U. S. Army Second Lieutenant who served as a medical hospital dietician at Camp Gordon, Georgia during World War II.
Scrapbook featuring the professional and social life of an Iowa nurse in the 1920's.
Teacher who attended the Iowa State Teachers College between 1939 and 1941.
A librarian who worked at the Bettendorf Public Library in Bettendorf, Iowa for over thirty years.
The scrapbook and memory book describe her years as a Latin student at the State University of Iowa (now the University of Iowa).
Anamosa and Iowa City resident who worked for the The University of Iowa Hospital.
University of Iowa graduate and teacher whose papers include correspondence and scrapbook files relating to her work on a variety of social issues.
African American reading club formed in 1984 by University of Iowa graduate students.
Teacher who attended Iowa State College in 1914.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
The papers consist largely of correspondence between Hilda and George Allen and their three children and cover a broad range of family, social and political issues.
Mexican American whose family migrated to the U.S., and eventually to Iowa, in the early twentieth century.
A student of zoology at the University of Iowa from 1904-1909 who wrote home frequently to her parents in Dows, IA.
The Iowa League for Nursing's efforts have included active participation in community planning and action for health care, advocating changes such as home health care. The organization made efforts to assure the continuing supply of nurses by providing them with the educational opportunities to reach their maximum career potential, ability to move into management and leadership positions, and promoting a greater public appreciation of nursing as a profession.