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Award-winning actress of the stage and screen from Marshalltown, Iowa, who made her film debut in Woody Allen's Interior's.
Democrat who served four terms in the Iowa House and one four-year term in the Senate (1986-1998).
Social worker who worked for the American National Red Cross during and after World War II.
Member and president of Iowa State Board of Regents.
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.
Theologian, writer and lecturer whose work encompassed religious theology, philosophy and psychology.
Founder of the Des Moines Tutoring Center, and Iowa's first Affirmative Action administrator from 1973 to 1978.
The collection consists mainly of correspondence and includes the papers of early twentieth century labor activist, IWW member, and Buffalo school teacher, Pearl McGill.
Costume designer and avid traveler whose papers include an extensive collection of slides, related travel diaries, and materials pertaining to the Iran Hostage Crisis.
Moville, Iowa, farm wife and columnist for the Sioux City Farm Journal Weekly.
Davenport family that emigrated from Mexico in the 1910s.
Active in the Republican Party, mayor of Newton, Iowa, and executive director of Iowa Business Council.
Iowa City city councilor from 1990 to 1997. Chosen twice to serve as mayor.
Feminist activist organization records.
Two generations of an eastern Iowa family, many generations of which attended the University of Iowa.
Teacher, community activist, and co-founder of Club Les Dames, an African American women's club in Waterloo.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Newspaper columnist and writer from Washington County, Iowa, who was interested in conservation and historic preservation.
Davenport woman raised in the Cook's Point neighborhood, whose parents emigrated from Mexico in the early twentieth century.
State vice chair of the Republican Party in Iowa from 1967 to 1973.
Anti-Vietnam War activist whose son, Michael, was killed by 'friendly fire' in Vietnam in 1970.
Copies of the hardcover and paperback versions of "Friendly Fire" and a hardcover copy of "Unfriendly Fire: A Mother's Memoir" are shelved in the printed works collection.