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University of Iowa professor of speech and communications for 45 years and the author or editor of over 30 books. Papers include articles, speeches and correspondence.
American motion picture and television script writer and producer. Program scripts, department materials, memos, clippings, notes, correspondence, production budgets, and miscellaneous photographs.
Administrative dean at the University of Iowa (1944-1974). Correspondence, notebooks, and speeches relating to Dakin's many civic interests and activities. Topics included are Rotary International, Boy Scouts of America, and U of I.
Dr. Asa Bean was a physician with 114th Ohio Volunteers during the Civil War. Primarily correspondence between members of the Bean family during Civil War.
Iron casting company in Davenport, Iowa. Includes blueprints, budgets, correspondence, publicity, and photographs.
Budgets, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and other material.
Four journals dated 1905 to 1989
Founded the University of Iowa Hospital's blood bank in 1938, one of the nation's first. Co-author of the first modern text on Blood Transfusion (1949)
Professor of geology and director of the Iowa Geological Survey Bureau. Correspondence, theses drafts, faculty-student information.
The Records of the Iowa City Foreign Relations Council include recorded presentations of guest speakers. These presentations were all held in Iowa City and many were broadcast on public radio stations in Iowa and the Iowa City Cable TV Channel 4. The Iowa Digital Library collection linked from from the Box Contents List portion of this guide brings presentations of these experts on-line to a wider audience. Presentations currently date from 2004- present.
Coursework by Jan Taylor, "The Influence of Student Activism on University of Iowa's Support for Native American Students: 1968 - 1993."
Baptist clergyman and founder of Des Moines University. Church documents, correspondence, school bonds and contracts, etc.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa businessman; president of the National Oats Company; member of the Iowa State Board of Regents. Correspondence and memoranda relating to his term on the Board of Regents and his friendship with Grant Wood.
Member and president of Iowa State Board of Regents.
Professor, University of Iowa School of Art and Art History, from 1945 until 1986. Well-known for intaglio printmaking. Biography and photographs of his prints.