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Muscatine, Iowa, newspaper columnist active in arts, civic, educational, and religious organizations.
Rural nurse who contracted AIDS on the job and became a national spokeswoman for occupational safety.
Two-term Iowa state senator. Hannon chaired the Human Resources Committee and was instrumental in founding the Iowa Women's Foundation in Iowa City.
Social worker, community activist, and civic administrator who founded the Quad Cities Conference on Black Families, Inc.
Iowa farm activist who served as the first executive director of the North American Farm Alliance during the farm crisis of the 1980s.
Sports administrator, professor, and gender equity activist.
Johnson County, Iowa chapter of Church Women United.
Carpenter and activist for women in non-traditional jobs.
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.
Iowa native who wrote for the Cedar Rapids Gazette, LIFE magazine, and other periodicals.
Educator whose lifelong career of working with partially seeing and blind students began in 1938 at the Perkins School for the Blind in Massachussetts.
Home economics professor raised on a farm in Lacey, Iowa.
Mason City, Iowa native and librarian who was the first African-American female student at University of Iowa elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Cookbooks, newsletters, and other publications of the Radio Homemakers who broadcast over KMA and KFNF in southwest Iowa.
Des Moines educator whose materials include You Can't Go Back to Buxton and African Americans in Iowa: a Chronicle of Contributions, 1830-1992.
Author and Professor Emeritus of Russian at the University of Iowa, who emmigrated to the United States after surviving the siege of Leningrad in 1941.
Dramatist. Subject files relating to his career and personal life, including dra s, photographs, set designs, etc. Much of the collection relates to his best known play, Dark of the Moon..