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The Papers of Emil Rinderspacher chronicle his political activism as an opponent of U.S. policy in Vietnam during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Included are notes, meeting schedules with lawmakers, and other documents pertaining to a June 1970 effort to lobby members of Congress (Citizens' Lobby to End the War) newspaper clippings about protests on the University of Iowa campus in late 1967 and posters and other ephemera pertaining to the Vietnam Moratorium in 1969. The two objects in Box 2 are molded plastic human heads created by students in the UI School of Art and Art History in spring 1970, among hundreds of similar objects displayed on the Pentacrest lawn as part of a protest event. Each head was accompanied by a small banner reading End the War.
Ames middle-school student who helped organize a protest against sexist Hooters restaurant t-shirts being worn at her school. Her account of the incident and the subsequent public forum on free speech, dress code, and sexism was published in Seventeen magazine.
One folder, shelved in SCVF and a single box with an artifact (a t-shirt).
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.
Reflections on growing up in western Iowa and Nebraska include experiences in country school, college and as a teacher.
One folder shelved in SCVF.
Author and artist from Laurel, Iowa.
Daughter of German immigrants whose scrapbook documents her life in the early 20th century.
West Branch, Iowa, resident who graduated from the University of Iowa in 1921 with a B.A. in geology.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Nutrition scholar and chair of the University of Iowa's Home Economics Department for sixteen years.
Early twentieth-century scrapbook of a young woman in western Iowa.
General records of fraternities and sororities.
Noncurrent records of the GLBTAU and a collection of gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender magazines and newsletters, nearly all published in the United States, were transferred to the University of Iowa Archives, October 22, 1996. The records consist of six cartons of correspondence and subject folders, including newsletter issues, photographs, and publications.The records concern homosexuality, bisexuality, gender identity issues, related health and political issues, and social activities, especially pertaining to University of Iowa students. Other GLBT student organizations in Iowa and other Midwestern states are represented, along with the University of Iowa Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Staff and Faculty Association.