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Correspondence from friends, family and her husband, the itinerant minister Thomas More.
Nutrition scholar and chair of the University of Iowa's Home Economics Department for sixteen years.
Amateur historian and clubwoman from Fayette County, Iowa.
Minister. Correspondence, sermons, and tax returns.
Letters to Malcolm's wife, describing experiences in Georgia and elsewhere with the 7th Regiment of Iowa infantry.
Editorial cartoonist for the Des Moines Register. 100 original drawings, cartoons with over-lays and color processes, engraving printing plates, correspondence, photos and other papers.
Banker and businessman. Legal, personal, and business papers, as well as correspondence and photographs.
Business papers and correspondence relating primarily to Kepner's management of the Henry C. Potter Company dry goods store in Davenport, Iowa.
Diaries of a soldier in Company E, 17th Iowa Infantry, who was captured and imprisoned in Sumter Prison, 1864-65.
Humboldt, Iowa, native who taught high school in Iowa and worked for the Unitarian Church in Cleveland and Boston.
Extensive correspondence of Corning, Iowa farm wife and club woman.
Republican Iowa legislator from 1950 to 1956 and former president of the League of Women Voters of Iowa.
Research for a biography that was never published, this collection consists of papers from Gillette as well as Stelck's research materials.
Born in Clarion, Iowa, Spence graduated from the University of Iowa in 1930. From 1930 to 1941 he was the United Press bureau manager in Des Moines, and saw service during WW II in the Army Air Forces where he was the founder and first editor of Yank, the Army weekly newspaper. After the war, he worked as a free-lance writer, particularly noted for his reporting on religion. He also published several novels, wrote a comic strip (David Crane) and scripts for the weekly radio program, One Foot in Heaven, broadcast on the ABC network, 1944-1945. This collection consists of drafts for numerous articles and stories, including those for The Story of Religion in America, published in Look, 1957-1960.
Writer and friend of both Grant Wood and Marvin Cone. The collection contains research notes and manuscripts for the book, as well as clippings about Brown herself. Iowa Author Mss.
Autobiographical essays and family history of six generations by rural schoolteacher, homemaker, and artist.
A librarian who worked at the Bettendorf Public Library in Bettendorf, Iowa for over thirty years.
Letters From Egypt by Helen Baird Branyan consists primarily of Clarice Bloomfield's letters, written between 1920 and 1938. The letters describe the life of an Albia, Iowa, girl who became a missionary in Egypt.
University of Iowa graduate and teacher whose papers include correspondence and scrapbook files relating to her work on a variety of social issues.