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Ivan Sheets Postcard Collection 1900-2000 early 20th century

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.107
  • Collection

The Ivan Sheets collection contains approximately 400 post cards of towns primarily in Poweshiek County, Iowa.  The are 334 post cards of Grinnell and 74 post cards of surrounding towns including Brooklyn, Malcom, Montezuma, Newton, and Oskaloosa.

Sheets, Ivan W.

Evelyn Gardner Papers 1938-1977

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.109
  • Collection

This collection contains correspondence, clippings, materials from conferences and organizations, photographs, a family tree, and materials about her retirement and memorial.

Gardner, Evelyn

H.W. Parker Letter 1888

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.112
  • Collection

One letter from H.W. Parker, chair of the natural history department of Iowa College, to Mr. Aldrich regarding the release of Parker's newest book, The Spirit of Beauty.

Parker, Henry W.

Ralph Luebben Papers 1950-1999

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.114
  • Collection

This collection contains numerous articles and papers written by Luebben throughout his career, in addition to materials for the courses he taught at Grinnell, personal correspondence, clippings, photos, and writings by colleagues.

Luebben, Ralph A.

Chicago National League Ball Club Stock Certificates 1981-1981 1981

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.122
  • Collection

Two stock certificates (#3404 and #3405) issued to the Trustees of Iowa College. Dated August 21, 1981. Each certificate is worth 12 shares. Note with stock certificates indicates that a third certificate (#3503) is framed and on display in the Cubs Room of the PEC (Physical Education Complex). The plan is to display the framed certificate in the new Athletic Facility when it is completed in 2010. Destroyed in 2010.
Processed by Cheryl Neubert, February 2008.

Earl Blair Drawing Collection 2011 2011

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.134
  • Collection

Eighteen original ink drawings and one photocopy, featuring buildings including Goodnow and Carnegie Hall.

Curtis Bradford Transcriptions of W. B. Yeats unpublished prose 1954-1960

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS01.137
  • Collection

In 1954 and again in 1960, Curtis Bradford was able to transcribe previously unpublished manuscripts by W. B. Yeats that remained in the home of Yeats' widow, George.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

Bruce Whiteman Collection 1980-1995

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.140
  • Collection

Books of poetry and short essays by Bruce Whiteman published between 1980 and 1995. Whiteman was an English department lecturer at Grinnell College.

Lewis Literary Society Records 1872-1911

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.145
  • Collection

8 bound volumes containing minutes of the Lewis Society's proceedings, 1 bound volume of treasurer's records, and 1 volume containing six issues of the Argo, a publication released by the society during a three-month period in 1892.

Forum Society Records 1906-1919

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.148
  • Collection

1 bound volume of secretary's records detailing the society's proceedings

Chrestomathian Society 1853-1924

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.149
  • Collection

The collection consists of the secretary's records of the Chrestomathian Society, one of several literary societies operating at Grinnell between 1852 and 1925. The groups were organized in order to hold debates and social events, divided into male and female groups that had a matched pair. The all-male Chrestomathians were paired with the all-female Ellis society. According to the Scarlet and Black, the societies disbanded in 1925, as the social role they once filled was no longer relevant.

William Grenzebach '67 Grinnell College Correspondence 1963-1967

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.151
  • Collection

Correspondence from William Grenzebach's time at Grinnell. May be read ONLY with permission from William Grenzebach. Researcher must contact him and explain purpose for examining the correspondence. Duration of restriction: Grenzebach's lifetime.

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