- US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.158
6 folders and boxes.
6 folders and boxes.
The records include ledgers and notebooks with financial information and minutes of meetings of the Church and of groups affiliated with the Church: the DK Society, the Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society, and the Ladies' Social Society. There are files of correspondence and legal and financial records.
The notebook contains clippings, membership records, legal information, and programming.
This collection contains record books from the General Congregational Association of Iowa, the Denmark Association of the Congregational Church, the Davenport Association of the Congregational Church and the Des Moines River Association of the Congregational Church, covering from 1840 until 1910. Taken together, these records offer insight into the activities and membership of the Congregational Church in Iowa during the latter half of the 19th century.
In 1954 and again in 1960, Curtis Bradford was able to transcribe previously unpublished manuscripts by W. B. Yeats that remained in the home of Yeats' widow, George. This collection contains the transcriptions Bradford made from Yeats' handwritten and typescript manuscripts. Bradford published a recollection of his work with the manuscripts in the Sewanee Review 77 (1969) 385-404.
A description of this manuscript collection was published by James Lovic Allen and M. M. Lberman, "Transcriptions of Yeats's Unpublished prose in the Bradford papers at Grinnell College." Serif: Quarterly of Kent State University Libraries, 10.1 (1973): 13-27.
Bradford, Curtis Baker
Correspondence, both in original (aerogrammes, postcards, letters) and copies of emails.
Kaiser, Daniel H.
A collection of materials dating from David's period as a student at Grinnell College in the 1960s. This includes a textbook, a typewriter, and a laundry bag.
Additionally, 2018 accretions included material from time working for Democratic candidates as well as two cell phones.
Lustbader, David (Class of 1965)
For Faculty Meeting Minutes, see RG-F Series 1.
Department of Physics
The collection consists of three pieces of cloth with printing that belonged to Donald Gates. All three piece of linen detail information about Norfolk Island (Isle) and Captain Cook.
Materials contained in this collection are laregly related to the President's Committee for a Stronger Minority Presence (PCSMP). Also included are eleven undated photographs.
Palmer, Dorothy S.
Douglas S. Russell is a member of the class of 1971. His father, James Russell, also graduated from Grinnell College in 1941.
Materials include postcards, photographs, a copy of the June 1940 Tanager, Songs of Grinnell, a copy of "St. Peter and I" by Professor Edward Steiner and an accompanying letter from the Alumni Secretary in 1971.
This collection of letters, lecture notes and research notes documents the history of Duane Krohnke's biographical research about Joseph Welch '14, and Edward Burling ', and his work with the Grinnell Summer Program for Lawyers in the summer of 1984.
Krohnke, Duane W.
Studio photographs of 19 members of Grinnell College class of 1894 including Josiah Bushnell Grinnell, the namesake of the town founder, and one photograph of Alice Dunham Hannay, class of 1893. Also included are short reminiscences written by Marian Dunham regarding Josiah B. Grinnell, Arthur C. Lyon, Dr. Pearl Somers, and Garrett P. Wyckoff, members of the class of 1894. Photographs are identified as: Benjamin F. Arnold, Charles E. Arnold, Geneva A. Bigelow, Harry L. Brown, John Peet Clyde, William R. Gelston, Josiah B. Grinnell, Charles W. Hackler, Joseph H. Hathaway, George E. Hilsinger, Arthur C. Lyon, Margaret A. Pepoon, William R. Raymond, Paul W. Richards, Pearl E. Somers, Ernest Walker, Garrett P. Wyckoff, Joseph Whyte.