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Civil rights activist, later known as the Rosa Parks of Iowa.
Prominent Bayard, Iowa clubwoman who helped found the local library.
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.
Diaries of farm and family life written by Elizabeth Buckwalter and her daughter Mary Jane Buckwalter in Scott County, Iowa from 1867-1878.
Farm magazine writer.
Diaries chronicle Ellen Hanson Mason's life on the family farm in rural northeast Iowa.
Correspondence of 19th century Iowa woman includes letters from brother in medical school and Civil War and from sister who raised a family and maintained a farm.
Tama County, Iowa farmwoman who maintained the family account books for nearly fifty years. She ran for city council on the Women's Progressive Ticket in 1942.
Teacher, columnist, and textbook author from Council Bluffs area.
Davenport civil rights and Chicano activist, born in the predominantly Mexican settlement of Holy City in Bettendorf, Iowa.
Family photographs taken in Iowa, Alabama, and Mexico.
65-page memoir of Fayette County, Iowa farmwoman.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Mason City, Iowa native and librarian who was the first African-American female student at University of Iowa elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Author and artist from Laurel, Iowa.
Daughter of German immigrants whose scrapbook documents her life in the early 20th century.
The family came to Horton, Kansas, from Mexico in 1910 and moved to West Des Moines in 1941.
Extensive correspondence of Corning, Iowa farm wife and club woman.
Landscape architect, author and photographer.
Farmwoman, basketball player on Newhall High School girls state championship team in 1927.