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Only top-level descriptions Grinnell College Libraries Special Collections Grinnell College -- Alumni and alumnae Grinnell (Iowa) -- History -- Sources
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Biographical Files 1800-

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet 52
  • Series

Information about people associated with Grinnell College or the town of Grinnell.

Campus Buildings

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet/032
  • Collection

Information on campus buildings, including photographs.

Curriculum

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet/006.0
  • Collection

Grinnell College Student Traditions

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet/21.3
  • Collection

This material describes traditions that have been held by the student body in the past, as well as traditions that are currently practiced.

Grinnell Town History 1840- 1850-1950

  • US US-IaGG Pamphlet/020
  • Collection

This collection includes newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photographs, memoirs, and other material related to the history of the community of Grinnell, Iowa.

John and Louise Nollen Correspondence 1906-1932

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.32
  • Collection

The collection consists primarily of letters written to John Nollen from members of his family 1906-32.  Correspondents include his parents, his wife, Louise, brother Henry, and his sisters Hanna and Sara.  The two sisters taught 1929-33 at Anatolia College, Salonika, Greece.  The collection includes their letters to John as well as typed copies of their letters to other members of the family and contain descriptions of their travels during those years.

Nollen, John S.

Joseph F. "Joe" Wall Papers 1950-1988

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.08
  • Collection

Consists of holograph, typescript, and proofs of Joseph Wall's biography, Andrew Carnegie (1970), holograph and typescript of Henry Watterson: Reconstructed Rebel (1956), and of the page proof of Interpreting Twentieth-Century America (1973).  A small part of the collection includes some correspondence connected with Andrew Carnegie. Also included is a typescript of the Grinnell College Faculty Handbook (1969) and talks and memos concerning the Abler-Woodworth controversy of 1974.

Wall, Joseph Frazier

Mary Gae Wyly Papers on Grinnell Women Faculty 1971-1972

  • US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.15
  • Collection

Mary Gae Wyly graduated from Grinnell College in 1962 and served as a librarian from 1968 to 1976.  This collection contains documents from her desk files, including one on the hiring of blacks and women, and a survey of women on campus for the improvement of Grinnell.

Wyly, Mary Gae