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Religious order that helped to establish a school in St. John's Parish, Bancroft, Iowa in 1900.
Iowa Memorial Union catering manager and women's rights activist.
Republican representative in the Iowa legislature who ran for mayor of Ottumwa in 1981.
Physician and surgeon who practiced in Mason City, Iowa, and was also active in the women's sufffrage movement.
Correspondence of Alice Stong details her undergraduate experiences at The University of Iowa.
Subject files pertaining to Iowa organizations and women.
The collection is divided into three series: Biographies, Organizations, and Subjects.
Educational administrator and Executive Director of the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women.
Republican Party activist and officer of Iowa and National Federations of Republican Women, 1950s-1970s.
Journalist and writer who published several articles in Mademoiselle. She also served as University of Iowa First Lady from 1969-1981.
Iowa City activist.
English professor and diarist whose academic publications focus on women's history and diaries. Her own diaries reflect both her professional development and her personal life.
Family- and community-oriented Jewish woman from Sioux City, Iowa.
Family papers and subject files concerning women artists, women writers, and peace activism in Northwest Iowa.
University of Iowa graduate in 1928 with a Ph.D. in physical chemistry. She was the first woman chemist to work for Dow Chemical Company.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
University of Iowa Vice President of Academic Affairs, American Psychological Association president, and expert in educational testing.
T. F. Poduska was a painter and advocate for the arts.
Artist from Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Study club founded in 1932 to discuss works by Alfred Tennyson; it later expanded its focus to include charitable and community-based activities.
Women's study group which originated in 1874.
Organized in 1901 to promote the arts and community service.