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Browse by Series: Series 1: "IOWA PAST AND PRESENT"Series 2: MISCELLANEOUS HISTORIES, GUIDES, AND ARTICLESSeries 3: IOWA COUNTIESSeries 4: IOWA CITIESSeries 5: IOWA CHURCHESSeries 6: ADDENDUM: AUTHORSSeries 7: ADDENDUM: CITY GUIDESSeries 8: ADDENDUM: CORRESPONDENCESeries 9: ADDENDUM: FOLKLORESeries 10: ADDENDUM: HOSPITALSSeries 11: ADDENDUM: ROAD TOURSSeries 12: ADDENDUM: UNIVERSITY OF IOWA HISTORYSeries 1: "IOWA PAST AND PRESENT"Box 1: United States Travel Atlas - 1941BibliographiesIowa AuthorsSpecial Collections in Iowa LibrariesLibrariesFirst NewspapersLibrary DirectoriesLibrariesNewspaper ReferencesEsthetic Awakening of Iowa (address)Publishing, including a long article on The Midland, a literary magazineMuseums and West Ben GrottoCamp MeetingsBiblesChurches (2 folders)Catholic ChurchChurches (2 folders)Baptist Churches (early)Box 2: Early ChurchesReligious GroupsMormons (2 folders)Mormons (Mrs. Hart's novel)Mormons (Drafts by Mrs. Hart)MormonsBox 3: JewsMiscellaneous CensusesCensus (2 folders)Abandoned TownsEthnic GroupsElectionsEthnic Groups (2 folders)Danes and Hungarians (New Buda)Underground RailroadLegislationPolitical PartiesBox 4: LaborKelly's Army?Child Labor LawsLabor UnionsWorkers' StrikesBankingLand and Its ConservationNatural ResourcesCo-ops (2 folders)Court Houses and Farm Bills (perhaps better entitled "Judicial Gov't.")Box 5: Land DocumentsLandmarkFactbookMilitary HistoryMilitary (2 folders)HousingSocial WelfareWPAHospitals (Buena Vista and Winnebago; Davenport and Orphans' Home)Box 6: Buchanan County HospitalSchools for the DeafWashington County HospitalCounty HomesIndenture of ChildrenKu Klux Klan, Knights of the Golden Circle, et.Social Service (Prisons, etc.)Mason, Moose, "White Caps"ClubsAmerican Legion and Patriotic Organizations (2 folders)Boy ScoutsEarly Education and TeachersEducationTeachers' PensionEducationWhite's Manual Labor InstituteSchools for the DeafEducationSpecial SchoolsSchools (2 folders)Adult EducationSchool OrganizationsNight Schools and Singing SchoolsChautauquaSchools and CollegesSpecial Schools (Manual Labor Inst., etc.)Box 7: CollegesClarke CollegeCoe CollegeDrake UniversityGraceland CollegeIowa State College--AmesIowa State Teachers' CollegeIowa Wesleyan CollegeJohn Fletcher CollegeLoras College (formerly Columbia College)Mount St. Joseph CollegePenn CollegeUniversity of DubuqueBox 8: University of Iowa (3 folders)Wartburg Theological SeminarySchools (2 folders)Chronology: TransportationHistorical ClockPostal ServiceTelephoneRailroadsMississippi RiverBox 9: Mississippi RiverAviation and Steamboating, etc.Transportation HighwayFolklore (pamphlet for FWP---instructions for collecting folklore)Fitch Co. and Jewelry SaleHomeBurials and CemeteriesSocial Customs and CelebrationsCalendar of Annual EventsFolklore(River Monster, etc.). 1884 newspaper article, reprinted 1904, concerning 80-foot river monster; very amusing - 1884, 1904InkpadutahForeign LanguagesNicknames and Origin of NamesMuseums and West Ben GrottoMeteors and CometsEclipse of 1869Altitudes and WeatherTopography and SurveysIowa Almanac - 1940Power PlantsBox 10: GeologyGeology and PaleontologyDisturbances of WeatherRock and CrystalsQuarriesPaleontology, Newspaper History, Petrified Soldier, Lewis and ClarkArcheologyEthnologyTaxidermy and PreservationFlora and faunaMarijuanaFlora and faunaGame Birds and AnimalsFossilsInsectsPre-Historic AnimalsBirds and Wild AnimalsBox 11: SnakesAnimalsFairs, ExpositionsInventionsPhysiciansPublic HealthLincoln resolution, Marriages, PhysiciansWoman M.D.HealthFiresDruggistMedicine (2 folders)VeterinaryFire department, County agentMillsR.E.A.HeatingIceCoal (2 folders)FortsBox 12: Rock Island ArsenalLog Rafting and "Normandie"BridgesRoadsDamsKeokuk DamWaterworksAirports and Air VehiclesAutomobilesAgricultureRural LifeFairs, 4H ClubsAgricultural AgenciesFarm OrganizationsFarmers' Holiday, Farmers' SchoolFarm Machinery, Conservation, etc.Box 13: Farm Machinery, Conservation, etc.Farm PestsCropsHorticulture (2 folders)Fruits, OrchardsCrops--VegetablesLivestockHorsesCattleSheep and goatsHogsFowlDogsTreesCreameries and DairiesFish and Game13a: Fish, Greek FraternityRestaurantsLivery StablesBusinessHotelsBusiness SchoolFurnitureRadio, TelegraphPressesTransportation (2 folders)Iowa Authors, including two pages of article concerning Edna FerberFairsLiterature (2 folders)Iowa Factbook (2 folders)Iowa ChronologySeries 2: MISCELLANEOUS HISTORIES, GUIDES, AND ARTICLESBox 14: American Memory -- Guide to Library of Congress electronic collections project - 1990The Foreign Language Press in IowaA Guide to Marshalltown and Central IowaHighland Park Post HistoryIowa Government -- Hull (Administration)Muscatine Legion Post HistoryNational Picture Books--Chicago copyThe Story of a State (Radio Plays) (2 folders)Series 3: IOWA COUNTIESBox 15: AdairAdamsAllamakeeAppanooseAudubonBentonBlack HawkBooneBremerBuchananBuena VistaButlerCalhounCassCedarCherokeeChickasawClarke CollegeClayClaytonBox 16: ClintonCrawfordDallasDavisDecaturDelawareDes MoinesDes Moines County History--Radio ContinuityDickinsonDubuqueDubuque County HistoryEmmet (Engrossing experience of writer checking information for Guide--R.H. Thompson)FayetteBox 17: FloydFranklinFremontGreeneGrundy ("County History Procedure for the Iowa Writers Project")HamiltonHancockHardinHarrisonHenryHenry County History--Radio ContinuityHowardHoward County HistoryHumboldtIdaIowaBox 18: JacksonJackson County HistoryJasperJasper County HistoryJeffersonJefferson County History--Radio BroadcastJohnsonJonesKeokukBox 19: KossuthLee (3 folders)LinnLouisaLouisa County History--Radio ContinuityLucasLyonMadisonBox 20: MahaskaMarionMarshallMillsMitchellMononaMonroeMontgomeryMuscatine Legion Post HistoryO'BrienOsceolaOsceola County HistoryBox 21: Page County History (Notes; folder 1 includes daily work sheet showing wage of $0.59/hour) (5 folders)Page County HistoryBox 22: Palo AltoPlymouthPocahontasPolkPottawattamiePottawattamie County HistoryPoweshiekRinggoldRinggold County HistorySacScottShelbySiouxBox 23: StoryTamaUnionVan Buren (2 folders)WapelloWashington (2 folders)WarrenWayneBox 24: WebsterWinnebagoWinnebago County HistoryWinneshiekWinneshiek County History (Notes) (4 folders)Box 25: Winneshiek County History (Notes) (2 folders)WoodburyWoodbury County History (Notes)Woodbury County HistoryWoodbury County History--Radio ContinuityWorthWrightSeries 4: IOWA CITIESBox 26: AlbiaAmesBloomfieldBurlingtonCedar RapidsCharitonClinton (highly interesting letter concerning Henry McCullough)Council BluffsFt. DodgeBox 27: Ft. Madison (4 folders)Iowa City (3 folders)Box 28: Iowa City (2 folders)Newton (3 folders)OskaloosaBox 29: Oskaloosa (2 folders)Ottumwa (4 folders)Box 30: OttumwaPella (2 folders)Sioux CityBox 31: Sioux City (4 folders)Waterloo (2 folders)Series 5: IOWA CHURCHESBox 32: Church Archives Instructions on Preparation of Church Directory and Inventory, also miscellaneous material (4 folders)Church Archives (monthly reports) (2 folders)Iowa Churches by Counties: Adair - Cerro GordoBox 33: Iowa Churches by Counties: Cherokee - EmmetIowa Churches by Counties: Franklin - Ida GroveIowa Churches by Counties: Iowa - LucasIowa Churches by Counties: Lyon - O'BrienIowa Churches by Counties: Osceola - TaylorIowa Churches by Counties: Union - WrightBox 34: Audubon and Iowa County ChurchesBook of Transcriptions to be included in Inventory of Methodist Churches in Des Moines District (2 folders)History of the First Christian Church of Keokuk, Iowa (Notes)History of the First Christian Church of Keokuk, IowaInventory of Council Bluffs PresbyteryInventory of Des Moines Presbytery ChurchesInventory of Roger Williams Baptist Association, etc.Inventory of Southern Baptist Association, etc.Inventory of Southwestern Baptist Association, etc.Box 35: Directory of Churches and Religious Organizations in Iowa (3 folders)Directory of Churches and Religious Organizations in Iowa, carbon. (3 folders)Box 36: Iowa Church History (Notes) (3 folders)Box 37: Iowa Church History, Draft 1 (2 folders)Iowa Church History, Draft 2 (2 folders)Iowa Church History, Final DraftIowa Church History, Final Draft carbon. Note: pagination slightly incorrect in carbon, corrected in originalBox 38: W.P.A. Professional and Service Division. Historical Records Survey. 2 photographsOn shelfSeries 6: ADDENDUM: AUTHORSSub-Series: Mae L. ChristensenBox 39: "Autobiography of a Project Worker." May 10 - 1938"The Awakening of Spring." May 10 - 1937"The Comet." July 2 - 1937"Day Dates: 1839-1939""The Indian Mode of Dressing Skins." July 9 - 1937"Local Advertising of Long Ago." May 10 - 1937"Looking Backward." June 7 - 1937"Mississippi River." March 18 - 1938"National Hybrid Corn Company Factory." November 29 - 1937"News Letter." March 24 - 1937"Old Dog." April 2 - 1937"One Thing and An Other [sic]." June 28 - 1937"Reminiscences of the 22nd Iowa Infantry." April 13 - 1937"Reminiscences [sic] of an Ex-Slave." January 20 - 1937"Riddles." April 4 - 1938"Somethings [sic] Grandmother Did." April 30 - 1937"Something New." March 26 - 1937"Sports of 1842." July 2 - 1937"Stage Routes." May 12 - 1937"Statue of Liberty." (By Evelyn Christensen; typed by Mae) November 18 - 1936; 1938"Unnamed." July 15 - 1937"Useful Rules for Sundry Sorts of People." May 6 - 1937Sub-Series: Henry G. FelsenBox 39: "Amana Colonies." May 8 - 1936"American Prefaces." December 2 - 1936"Editing and Printing the Daily Iowan." March 17 - 1937"Fall of Atheniowa." May 15 - 1935"Home Life of a Wolf." January 25 - 1937"Keokuk County." September 14 - 1936"Local Customs." March 2 - 1937"An Old Wolf Story." October 22 - 1936"Recreational Center." April 29 - 1936"Symmetry in Concrete." November 6 - 1936"Why I Am a Cynic." November 7 - 1936Sub-Series: Vivian FisherBox 39: "Flag Day." [n.d.]"Iowa City and Its People" [n.d.]"Military at Iowa." From the Iowa Journal of History and Politics (21) - 1923Manuscript notes [n.d.]Newspaper clippings"Them Days is Gone Forever." June 28 - 1937Sub-Series: Jane T. IrishBox 40: "The Beaver Bundle." February 11 - 1937"The Bells of St. Mary's." February 5 - 1937"The Bohemian Population in Iowa City." November 6 - 1936"The Cat and the Canary." July 9 - 1937"The Close of 1936." December 31 - 1936"The Dairying Industry." December 24 - 1936"Day Dates: 1839-1939""Days O'Lang Syne." April 14 - 1937"Early Character." January 4 - 1937"An Early Iowa City College and its Principal." March 25 - 1937"The Employment Plan." July 20 - 1937"First Ferry Boat." March 2 - 1937"Good Medicine." February 2 - 1938"Hemp." August 9 - 1937"How Iowa City Looked in Early Days." March 25 - 1937"The Iowa Flint Glass Company." May 17 - 1937"Johnson County's Early Mills." February 21 - 1938"The Johnson County Survey." April 21 - 1937"Landscapes--Old and New." July 14 - 1937"Law Enforcement Short Course." July 6 - 1937"Louisa County, Iowa." March 23 - 1937"Old Homes and their Furnishings." July 12 - 1937"Old Sayings." (anonymous poem) September 17 - 1936"The Old-Time Dance." August 3 - 1937"Our Feathered Friends." May 3 - 1937"Our Common Weeds." June 30 - 1937"Oxford, Iowa." February 24 - 1937"The Recluse of Delta: The true story of an actual conversation." June 7 - 1937"Reminiscences of an Iowa City Baptist Church." April 7 - 1937"Rippling Rills." June 10 - 1937"Saint Mary High School: Iowa City, Iowa." June 1 - 1936"A Stroll About Town." May 20 - 1937"The Terrell Mill." January 12 - 1937Untitled. July 22 - 1937"The Waters of the Earth." May 10 - 1937"Weather Beliefs." Poem typed by Jane Irish with notes; poem by Dr. Jenner"Why They Twinkle." Poem typed by Jane Irish; poet anonymous"Y.M.C.A. History." April 29 - 1937Sub-Series: Fred LangenbergBox 40: "Victor." May 8 - 1936Sub-Series: James S. MartinBox 40: "About Dogs." August 2 - 1937"Cedar Bluffs Swimming Pool. " March 26 - 1937"Day Dates: 1839-1939""Dogs Tick Carriers." July 9 - 1937"Dreams-What They Denote." February 1 - 1937"Facts about Iowa City and its People." May 21 - 1937"Governor Lucas Home." June 3 - 1937"History." March 24 - 1937"The Indian Fish Dam." [n.d.]"Iowa Competition." June 24 - 1937"Iowa Flint Glass Company." April 1 - 1938"Jargons." February 21 - 1938"Johnson County." February 1 - 1938"Know Your Wild Animals." April 2 - 1937"Landmarks." August 10 - 1937"The Last Fireworks Display on Independence Day." June 17 - 1937"Lone Tree." October 25 - 1937"The Making of Glassware." February 3 - 1938"Memorial Resolutions." May 13 - 1937"Mormon Hand Cart Expedition." July 10 - 1936"News Item." March 24 - 1937"An Officer's Job." July 26 - 1937"Outstanding Work of Members of 4-H Clubs in Johnson County, Iowa." April 29 - 1937"A Sure Cure for Ague." May 24 - 1937"Things We Don't Know." April 29 - 1937"True Experiences." July 15 - 1937"The Twelfth Annual High School Music Festival." May 11 - 1937"The Unusual." September 7 - 1937"A Worker." May 10 - 1938Sub-Series: William E. MyersBox 40: "Marengo and Ladora." May 8 - 1936Series 7: ADDENDUM: CITY GUIDESBox 41: 101: Pronunciation, origin, and meaning; 110: Geography; 120: Topography. Fisher, Vivian. June 15 - 1936130: Climate. Felsen, Henry G. June 29 - 1936140: Geology. Felsen, Henry G. June 15 - 1936150: Paleontology. Felsen, Henry G. June 15 - 1936210: Archaeology. Myers, William E. June 15 - 1936220: Indians. Myers, William E. October 29 - 1936240: Rain Makers and Superstitious Signs Indication Rain. Myers, William E. October 5 - 1936240: Planting in the Sign. Irish, Jane T. October 1 - 1936270: Ethnology. Felsen, Henry G. [n.d.]311: Executive (United States Government). Rooney, Raymond. October 27 - 1936312: U.S. Legislative Government. Myers, William E. October 26 - 1936313: Judiciary (United States Government). Langenberg, Fred. March 9 - 1937321: Executive (State). Rooney, Raymond. October 26 - 1936322: State (Legislative). Myers, William E. October 26 - 1936323: Judiciary (State). Langenberg, Fred. November 27 - 1936331: Executive (United States Government). Rooney, Raymond. October 26 - 1936341: Executive (City or Township). Rooney, Raymond [n.d.]510: Hotels. Myers, William E. April 1 - 1936520: Restaurants. Myers, William E. April 27 - 1936530: Clubs. Felsen, Henry G. May 4 - 1936540: Shops. Felsen, Henry G. April 27 - 1936600: Points of Interest. Myers, William E. May 11 - 1936613 - 616: Federal, State, County and City Buildings. Christensen, Mae. May 11 - 1936617-618: Memorials, monuments and statues; Bridges, roadways, tunnels, etc. Martin, James S. June 1 - 1939-6620: Historic Remains. Myers, William E. May 4 - 1936630: Industry and Commerce. Myers, William E. May 4 - 1936640: Education. Felsen, Henry G. April 13 - 1936640: Education. Rooney, Raymond. May 11 - 1936641: Universities and Colleges. Felsen, Henry G. May 18 - 1936643: High Schools. Martin, James S. - 1936643-644: Schools. Rooney, Raymond. July 14 and May 11 - 1936644: Elementary Schools. Martin, James S. May 11 - 1936645: Experimental Schools. Rooney, Raymond. April 13 - 1936650: Museums. Felsen, Henry G. [n.d.]654: Museums, Historical. "In charge of Professor Flickinger." Langenberg, Fred. May 4 - 1936660: Culture. Rooney, Raymond. May 18 - 1936661: Religion. Rooney, Raymond. May 18 - 1936662: Science. Langenberg, Fred. May 12 - 1936664: Music. Felsen, Harry G. June 1 - 1936665: Literature. Rooney, Raymond. May 1 - 1936667: Movies. Christensen, Mae. May 12 - 1936668: Radio. Fisher, Vivian. May 18 - 1936669: Auditoriums and Stadia. Langenberg, Fred. June 2 - 1936671: Surviving organizations that play a prominent part in the social and economic life of the community. Felsen, Henry G. June 1 - 1936672: Labor Unions. Martin, James S. July 20 - 1936672: labor Unions; 673: Philanthropic Societies; 674: Social Service Agencies. Fisher, Vivian. June 1 - 1936673: Philanthropic Societies; 674: Social Service Agency. Martin, James S. July 20 - 936675: Societies and Organizations for Experimental Purposes. Martin, James S. June 2 - 1936677


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