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Iowa City resident who worked to preserve and restore Iowa City landmarks including the Old Capitol building.
American motion picture and television script writer and producer. Program scripts, department materials, memos, clippings, notes, correspondence, production budgets, and miscellaneous photographs.
Correspondence and scrapbook of student years at Simpson Conservatory in Indianola, Iowa.
One of the most successful women writers of the later 19th century, Octave Thanet's stories and novels celebrated the status quo; she lived much of her life in Davenport, Iowa. Our holdings consist of a holograph draft of her story, The Governor's Prerogative, photographs, photocopies of other stories, and a microfilm of Voice of Nature.
The papers include Kipp's reminiscence of her childhood on an Iowa farm.
Records of the oldest auto dealership in Iowa, including financial records, newsletters, and photographs.
Swedish farm woman whose three children became academics during the 1930s and 1940s.
Materials relate to the efforts of Voigts to obtain the release of her sister, Kathryn Koob, who was held hostage in Iran between 1979 and 1981.
Civil War soldier. Correspondence from Davis (an officer in Co.I, 15th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers) to his wife and daughters. Letters include information on troop morale, slavery, camp life, battles, Copperheads, etc.
Queen City, Iowa, resident who wrote to her husband while he was serving in the Civil War.
Papers of Iowa missionary serving in Japan from 1950-1982.
Professor of music. Head of music at S.U.I. Experimental Schools. Performance programs and correspondence.
This ATCA collection brings together mail art, correspondence, photographs, slides, compact discs, show announcements/posters, writings, and other ephemera related to or by various artists.
Swedish immigrant who moved to Iowa in 1889. (In Swedish with English translations.)
Physician. Correspondence, clippings, notebooks, and other papers.
Japanese American activist who, after being interned in a War Relocation Center during World War II, travelled extensively and was heavily involved in human and civil rights campaigns in Iowa City and beyond.
Mother from Ames, Iowa who died of polio in 1955.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Papers of Reverend Joseph Mayo Batchelder and his wife. Included are about 50 letters, written in the 1840s and 1850s, mostly from Peoria, Illinois and Owego, New York; an account book dated from 1848-1884; and a diary dated from 1847-1848. Manuscript sermons, and other items.