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Club formed in 1920 by rural women living near West Liberty, Iowa.
Fan writer and editor. A collection of science fiction fanzines, primarily consisting of pieces of fan fiction, and a few related items, including some science fiction convention materials. Collection of fanzines, encompassing a number of different fandoms, assembled by fan writer and editor Hotaling-Lyons.
The records of the University of Iowa Center for Draft Information and Counseling are comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, brochures, training guides, personal notes, and newsletters.The organization also had one of its original founders, Emil Rinderspacher, record and explain the history and mission of the Center. This memoir is in Box 1, University of Iowa Draft Counseling and Training History folder.The documents provide significant insight into the thoughts and views of various groups about the military draft on the University of Iowa campus from 1969 to 1973.
Collection of photographs, negatives, digital prints and DVDs that were transferred from Photo Services, a unit within the Center for Media Production, following the closure of CMP in June 2014.
The Records of the Center for New Performing Arts include budgets, correspondence, proposals, schedules, and subject folders.
Feminist health clinic based in Marshalltown and Grinnell, Iowa.
Committed to the production and dissemination of systems art, CAYC was established as a multidisciplinary workshop in August of 1968. A collection of large scale works (each about 22 x 34 inches) was assembled in 1972 by Jorge Glusberg, CAYC Director, as an edition of 10 that circulated as traveling exhibitions. Apparently including about 72 works in 1972, the collection grew over time and the Iowa collection now consists of 143 diazo prints and appears to be the only extant copy. The collection includes a linear foot of catalogues, documentation, books and pamphlets, dating from 1970 to 1980 and a complete set of black and white photographs from which online images were derived.
Photographs from the life of a woman who lived in Hawarden, Iowa in the 1940s.
A prominent Jewish family in Iowa City, Iowa that included Nathan and Dora Chapman, owners of the Englert Theater, and Ansel Chapman, a State Distrcit Court judge.
"Toot's Eye View:" a memoir by Charla "Toot" Boyle about her mother, who moved to Fort Madison, Iowa in 1921.
Member of the Iowa House of Representatives,1967 to 1969, and the Iowa Senate, 1969 to 1973.