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The club organized in 1957 with the objectives of social enjoyment, community service and intellectual improvement.
This collection contains meeting minutes, annual reports, and scrapbooks of club activities.
Dr. Walter Fox was a physician who served in France during WWI and later died in Serbia while working for the Italian Red Cross. Helen Fox Angell was a Red Cross worker during WWII and later in the Panama Canal Zone. Primarily photographs, correspondence, clippings, and memorabilia.
Monroe County, Iowa native.
Des Moines educator whose materials include You Can't Go Back to Buxton and African Americans in Iowa: a Chronicle of Contributions, 1830-1992.
Early twentieth-century scrapbook of a young woman in western Iowa.
Minister. Correspondence, sermons, and tax returns.
This collection is comprised of the papers of Iowa Representative Fred Schwengel.
Social club founded in 1923. Presentations were given on food preservation, nutrition, sewing, and tailoring.
A Washington, Iowa women's social club which was founded in 1934.
The club was organized in 1952 as a social and philanthropic forum for local women.
Social club organized in April 1935 by farm wives living southeast of Percival, Iowa.
A participant in the Camp Fire Girls between 1940 and 1954; materials include correspondence, scrapbooks and a memoir.
Artist. Correspondence, diaries, sketchbooks, and photographs.
Banker and businessman. Legal, personal, and business papers, as well as correspondence and photographs.
Diaries of a soldier in Company E, 17th Iowa Infantry, who was captured and imprisoned in Sumter Prison, 1864-65.
Includes diaries of Georgia Peeso Haygarth of Spencer, Iowa and of her father, Melvin Moses Peeso, who was a logger in California.
Professor and former dean of the University of Iowa College of Nursing.
Two books that mention Felton and her achievements in nursing are filed in the printed work collection of the Iowa Women's Archives: Complete in All Its Parts: Nursing Education at the University of Iowa, 1898-1998 by Lee Anderson and Kathy Penningroth (1998) and The Path We Tread: Blacks in Nursing Worldwide, 1864-1994 by M. Elizabeth Carnegie (1995).