University of Iowa -- Students
Found in 136 Collections and/or Records:
State University of Iowa student, 1939-1943. Journals.
Over 70 dance cards and other items, 1922-1934
University of Iowa law student. Course notes.
Native American Student Association records, 1991-2015. Slides, photographs and cassette tape of gatherings, including programs of the annual University of Iowa Powwow.
The records of the New Wave Party date from its founding in 1980 to its dissolution in 1992 and measure about 10 linear feet, some of which is housed in oversized boxes. The files were initially arranged by topic. This existing structure was followed as much as possible; however, the majority of file categories and the general order of the collection that now exists were created during processing. An initial assessment of the collection and its condition was done in the spring of 2005 and processing was completed in the summer of 2006. The collection is arranged in eight series: Administration, Organizations, Topics and Concerns, Publications, Events and Activism, Ephemera, Ephemera - oversized, and Progressive Student Network.
American Medical Women's Association
Octave Thanet Society records
Back-up copies of student records; also records of defunct colleges in Iowa - restricted. These microfilm reels are retained by Archives as a security set for Office of the Registrar and are not intended for public use.
One photo album about 120 images.
Records of the Alpha Chapter of Iowa, Phi Beta Kappa have been received by The University of Iowa Archives primarily through deposits from Chapter officers over the years. They are organized into seven series: History and Constitution, Administrative Materials, Financial Records, General Correspondence, Membership, High School Scholarship Awards, and Publications and Other Printed Materials. In addition to the General Correspondence series, correspondence specifically related to other series will be found in: Finance, Membership, and High School Scholarship Awards.