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Audiovisual educator and professor in the Education Department at the University of Iowa.
West Central Iowa farmwoman known locally as 'the flower lady.'
Served for over twenty years in the Iowa judiciary and was the first woman to be appointed to the Iowa Supreme Court.
University of Iowa rhetoric professor who published children's books and taught English as a second language at refugee camps in Thailand, Korea, and China.
Three works have been transferred to the Iowa Women's Archives printed works collection: Trading Cultures in the Classroom, 1993; The Hidden Year of Devlin Bates, 1967; Worst Room in the School, 1961.
Papers of an activist from West Branch, Iowa, include correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to her husband's status as a conscientious objector.
Geology graduate of the University of Iowa who traveled to Japan and Venezuela to work for oil companies.
University of Iowa student who was active in the YWCA.
Newspaper editor whose papers relate to her career as a journalist and the years she spent in occupied Japan following World War II.
American Association of University Women member and advocate for women's issues including dual listings for married women in Iowa telephone directories.
1997 ACCESSION: Boxes 1-11
2007 ACCESSION: Boxes 12-41
2008 ACCESSION: Boxes 42-65
Includes information on the sale of Girl Scout cookies in Muscatine, Iowa.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Armed Services librarian during World War II, and University of Iowa professor in the School of Library and Information Science.
Feminist and civil liberties activist from Des Moines, Iowa, who was also an art collector, author, and co-founder of the Louise Noun-Mary Louise Smith Iowa Women's Archives.
1936 graduate of the School of Nursing at the State University of Iowa who was active in Democratic politics and whose correspondence includes round robin letters.
1939 graduate from the State University of Iowa College of Law who worked for the U. S. Department of the Interior between 1943 and 1964.
Mexican American activists from Davenport, Iowa.
Scholar and translator whose work focused on Haitian intellectual Jean Price-Mars.
Women's division of the local Farm Bureau.
4 folders, shelved in SCVF.
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.
Memoir, Confetti, of her life in Albia, Iowa, correspondence, and journals of books read since 1959.
On April 25, 2004, pro-choice activists went to Washington, D.C., to participate in the March for Women's Lives, a protest against the pro-life policies of President George W. Bush's administration.