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Des Moines women's club formed in 1897 to promote efficiency in extemporaneous speaking.
University of Iowa graduate and laboratory assistant who was active in student government and served as a steward in AFSCME Local 12.
Johnson County, Iowa chapter of Church Women United.
Free-lance writer, home economics teacher, and civic leader who wrote articles and diaries concerning life in Iowa, China, and Wisconsin.
Journalist, diplomat, and public relations expert. Subject files, correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, etc. relating to his varied career, from WWI intelligence officer to Chicago Tribune editor in Paris to consulate official to public relations director for Standard Oil.
Author, librarian, and professor of library science who was a WAVE during World War II.
Elementary school teacher from Rolfe, Iowa who later worked as a lab technician in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Educated in journalism and law. Washington, Iowa, resident active in YWCA, Planned Parenthood and UNICEF.
Faculty, Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Iowa, 1940. Dean, Graduate College, 1965-1987. Interim University President, 1981-1982. Reports, memoranda, appointment books, scrapbooks, and correspondence, pertaining to a variety of University-related topics, including advancement of research, anti-war protest, and federal funding for public institutions.
Dutch immigrants who settled in Iowa in the 1910s, and four generations of their descendants.
Cedar Rapids dance studio founded in 1951 by Edna Dieman and Julia Bennett.
Sculptor and art teacher who traveled and studied sculpture across Europe and North America.
Student who attended the University of Iowa in the 1940s and later became a teacher and child-welfare worker.
Journalist who reported on Camp Dodge in Iowa during World War I.
Waterloo music educator and multicultural programs coordinator.
Methodist Episcopal deaconess who later worked with the Mahaska County Historical Society to found the Nelson Pioneer Farm in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Longstanding member of Fairfield, Iowa clubs including the Fancy Work Circle and the Good Cheer Society.
Known as the Vietnam Mail Lady, Neal corresponded with servicemen stationed in Vietnam from 1966 to 1969.