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The Alumni and Former Students Vertical File Collection of the University of Iowa Archives consist of records pertaining to over 500 former University students. The files may include, but are not limited to, obituaries and newspaper articles. These records are collected continuously, and new files are created from these newspaper articles. The collection is a convenient source of biographical information about University of Iowa alumni and former students. Each entry below represents a folder pertaining to that particular individual.To access a folder in our reading room, note the title of the desired folder and the name and RG number of this collection, then contact staff in the Department of Special Collections with your request.
Collection containing dance cards, card tallies, and metal plates.
4-H scrapbook and record books.
Transcriptions of Amelia Bloomer's letters.
Farm woman who served as secretary of Monona Co. Rural Electrification Association for more than 20 years.
Amateur press publications.
Arbitration awards, 1963-1971
Documents the organizations's history, goals, and daily workings with correspondence, bylaws, agendas, minutes, etc.
Transcripts of the ABC Evening News 1970-1973 (typewritten).
Iowa City chapter.
This collection is comprised of documents, program files, etc of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society.
American National Red Cross, Johnson County Chapter. Records, including Executive Committee minutes, financial papers, and other miscallaneous papers; and records of their interaction with the Community Givers, which later became the United Way.
This collection is made up of subject files, reports, minutes, newsletters, photographs, scrapbooks.
Founded in 1947, its purpose was to preserve free, religiously neutral, democratically controlled public education, in the U.S. Comprised of correspondence, clippings, sermons, and pamphlets championing its cause.
The Amos C. Pearsall, Jr. History Collection consists of biographical material, correspondence, clippings, speeches (not by Pearsall), audio tapes, miscellaneous, an Andersonville Prison drawing, and other archival materials.