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RG-Reg: Office of the Registrar 1869-1988

  • US US-store Archives/RG-Reg
  • Collection

Consists of transcripts and biographical material for Grinnell students. All information is considered confidential under provisions of 20 U.S.C Section 1232(g) (1982), The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FIRPA) of 1974, as ammended.

Cornelia Clark Scrapbook

  • 79
  • Pièce
  • 2018

Scrapbook from Cornelia Clark that contains correspondence with Clara Julia Anderson, Director of Women's Athletic Association at Grinnell in the early 1900's.

STAR*PAC Papers

  • US US-store MS 01.166
  • Collection

Alyce Keagle Ritti '56 Collection 1999-2000

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.141
  • Collection

8 postcard-size prints, each depicting one of the seven deadly sins. Seven are in a small photo album. An alternate version of the Lust collage is included, stored seperately. Also in the collection are several short articles Alyce Ritti wrote about her time in Paris for an exhibition.

H. George Apostle Papers 1942-1991

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.02
  • Collection

The collection consists of typed manuscripts of Apostle’s translations and commentaries of Aristotle, Ph.D. thesis, and at talk, 1942-1978.  In addition to the typed versions of the Nicomachean Ethics, there are also a holograph version and two sets of page proofs.  Not included are manuscripts of Aristotle’s Philosophy of Mathematics (1952) or Mr. Apostle's two mathematics texts (1954 and 1960).

Apostle, Hippocrates George

Burling Family Papers 1889-1957

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.160
  • Collection

Photographs, correspondence, and visitor book from the Edward B. Burling family.

Business Diary of 1862, 1863 Hardin County, Iowa 1886-1863

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.95
  • Collection

This handwritten ledger diary was begun on January 1, 1862 in Eldora, Hardin County, Iowa. Unknown writer discusses property purchases and disposals; loans and payments; tax information; names of those people with whom he (or she) dealt; on one occasion, the writer asks, “Is he a judge entitled to my respect?” (March 10, 1862). Diary includes long discourses on business dealings (see April 19, 1862). May 20, 1862 entry includes some pressed leaves and a flower. October 4, 1862 entry includes a larger pressed flower. Last entry on February 6, 1863: “I gave up key of the office I occupied up to today in the Court House in Eldora to Ellis Parker(?) as the agent and proper officer of the Eldora Court House joint stock company who claim to own the building. I left some things in the room ….Started about middle of afternoon from Eldora for Grinnell, Iowa, designing to make Grinnell my residence.”

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