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Public servant, feminist activist, and poet from Davenport, Iowa.
Feminist and civil liberties activist from Des Moines, Iowa, who was also an art collector, author, and co-founder of the Louise Noun-Mary Louise Smith Iowa Women's Archives.
Study club founded in 1887.
A German war bride who came to Iowa in 1922. During World War II she ran the family farm while her husband was serving in the armed forces.
Dancer, choreographer and educator who worked in Iowa, Massachussetts, Oregon and New York.
Farm woman, teacher, and recipient of the Master Farm Homemaker award in 1970.
Maria Cano came to Iowa from Guanajuato, Mexico, with her parents in 1928. She established a Spanish language interpreter program at the University of Iowa Hospitals in 1975.
Missionary to the Sudan who spent her childhood in Page County, Iowa, and worked in Africa from the 1940s to 1980s.
Postville, Iowa, native who graduated from the University of Iowa School of Nursing in 1940.
Public health and visiting nurse who later taught at the University of Iowa College of Nursing.
Photojournalist and writer who lived with Cuna Indians on the San Blas Islands to learn their culture and traditions.
Mathematician and teacher who patented educational toys for teaching mathematics to children.
U.S. District Court Judge and Congressman from Iowa. Scrapbooks, commentaries, and newspaper clippings concerning Wade's judicial and political careers.
Social worker and the first African American woman in the United States to be named executive director of a greater metropolitan YWCA.
Social worker who worked for the American National Red Cross during and after World War II.
Television journalist and politician who served as Iowa Secretary of State from 1980 to 1986.
Iowa teacher from Jefferson County who taught in rural schools for forty-four years and was active in the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs.
Created by Kirk, when she belonged to the Glad Girls of Grove 4-H chapter in Grove Township, Cass County, Iowa.
First woman to chair the Republican National Committee, serving from 1974 to 1977. Co-founder of the Louise Noun-Mary Louise Smith Iowa Women's Archives.