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University of Iowa professor of history, feminist, and political activist.
The club was originally organized by Washington Township women to work on quilting and other handiwork.
Librarian who directed the University of Iowa Libraries from 1987 to 1999 and published extensively in the field of library and information science.
Mason City, Iowa-born civil rights activist, United States field representative for the Christian Children's Fund and director of program development for the National Organization on Disability.
Casting director who worked for Rodgers and Hammerstein; founded Shirley Rich Casting in 1969.
Correspondence of the children of Harold and Cornelia Prentiss Shrauger of Atlantic, Iowa. Harold Shrauger operated a home and appliance store.
Iowa Memorial Union catering manager and women's rights activist.
Journalist and writer who published several articles in Mademoiselle. She also served as University of Iowa First Lady from 1969-1981.
University of Iowa Vice President of Academic Affairs, American Psychological Association president, and expert in educational testing.
Human rights activist, singer and song writer.
Diaries of homemaker from Kirkman, Iowa.
Marion, Iowa, study club that was founded in 1867.
Organization that provided support for weight loss.
Davenport, Iowa, policewoman from 1973-1998.
Annual gathering begun in 1982. By 2007 seven awards were given each year.
Audiovisual materials: 25th anniversary retrospective, 2006 [shelved in digital collection: d0041] Celebration of Excellence Power Point presentation: past scholarship recipients, 2007 [shelved in digital collection: d0045] Women's Achievement Awards Ceremony, 1996 [shelved in videocassette collection: V322] Celebration of Excellence and Achievement Among Women, 1995 [shelved in videocassette collection: V323]
The history of nursing education at Iowa.
The department was established in 1924 and was a pioneer in the development of graduate study and professional training. The department existed until 2010 under a variety of names and organizations.
Program established in 1994 to expand and improve educational and professional opportunities for women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and provide support for students in these fields.