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Items related to the University of Northern Iowa and predecessor institutions.  

 

 

 

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Catalog # Name Description
00.1.0001 Model, topographic

"Mountains Bordering the Sea". Harvard Geographical Models, No. 1. Reproduced from originals by W. M. Davis and G. C. Curtis. Color: CR

00.1.0002 Model, topographic

"Coastal Plain and Mountains". Plaster model depicting a geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 2. Color: CR

00.1.0003 Model, topographic

"Embaved Mountains". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 3. Color: CR

00.1.0013 Model, topographic

"Flood Plain". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 13

00.1.0015 Marble

Exhibit box 16. Preparation of hydraulic cement.

00.1.10 Model, topographic

"Valley Formation". Plaster model depicting geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 10. Color: TN

00.1.11 Model, topographic

"Mature Valley". Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 11. Color: TN

00.1.12 Model, topographic

"Flood Plain", Plaster model of geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 12. Color: TN

00.1.16 Box, exhibit

Exhibit box 19. Manufacture of iron. A. Extraction of Iron.

00.1.17 Kit

Twelve parts. a. Lead glance; silver, bright. b. Balma-slick. small ore, in a bottle; gray. c. Roasted lead ore; dark gray. d. Coke for burning; dark gray. e. Reheating slag ferriferous reducing flux; dark gray. f. Zinc; gray & white. g. Settling cinder; dark gray. h. Lead matt; dark gray. i. Cubrifer's slag lead; gray, smooth. j. Folled lead; gray, bendable. k.Tube lead; gray cylinder. l. Lead oxide; orange brown, in bottle. m. Oxide; orange, in bottle. Color: GY,WH

00.1.18 Kit

Eleven parts. a. Zinc, blende; gray. b. Balmey silicous; brown. c. Zinc blende-slick; gray powder. d. Coal for reducing in the zinc muffle. c. Zinc blende roasted; brown powder. f. Rough zinc; gray. g. Sheet zinc; gray-dark. h. Galvanized iron - sheet; light gray. i. Zinc white figment. j. Tin - stone; gray/brown. k. Tin - ore; gray. l. Zinc foil; gray sheet, shining. Color: GY,BR

00.1.19 Kit

Sixteen parts. a. Iron pyrite, #1, rock; falls apart. b. Copper pyrite, #2, dark, rough. c. Yellow copper ore #3, smooth, gray. d. Cuperiferous slate, #4, gray & white. e. Tetrahedrite & copper silver #5, light blue green. f. Octavo ore, carbonic copper #6, dark, South America. g. Metal, possibly copper, #7, dark, bumpy. h. Black copper, #8, black, square. i. Refined copper, #9, smooth, brown, rectangular. j. Electrolitical #10, smooth bottom, rough top. k. Copper sheet, #11; missing. l. Brass alloy #12; missing. m. 70%Cu 30% Zn -red brass; missing. n. Tuping, #14; cylinder of copper. o. Wire, #15 (2). p. Blue vitriol, #16, in clear bottle; blue. Color: ML

00.1.20 Kit, hardness scale

Scale of hardness set of 11 rocks.

00.1.21 Kit, hardness scale

Mohs Scale of Hardness. 11 numbered rocks.

00.1.22 Kit, hardness scale

Scale of hardness set of 11 rocks.

00.1.23 Kit, hardness scale

Scale of hardness set of 8 rocks.

00.1.24 Mortar & Pestle

Two parts, a. and b.

00.1.25 Mortar & Pestle

Two parts, a. Mortar. b. Pestle. Color: GY

00.1.9 Model, topographic

"Valley Formation". Plaster model depicting geologic environment. Harvard Geographical Models, No. 9. Color: TN

00.27.36 Model, anatomical

Plastic model of a kidney with plastic display stand. a. and b. longitudinal halves of kidney. c. plastic stand.

00.27.37 Model, anatomical

Plastic model of cervical spinal cord and instruction booklet. Comes apart into several pieces. Colors denote separate anatomical features. Color: BL,BK,PK

00.37.6.0009 Finder, constellation

C. J. Kullmer, Syracuse, N. Y. ISTC #13457. Box for object still located in CS 314 2. TVR 4/6/15.

00.37.6.11 Stand, ring

Five parts, a - e. a. Glass tube with cork; 3 holes in cork; large area in tube. b. Glass tube, graduated. c. Metal top. d. Metal base. e. Glass tube with stopper.

00.37.6.12 Model, astronomical

Rotating ring in center. Shows flattening of earth at poles in rotation.

00.39.0001 Finial

Mounted on the roof of the original Gilchrist Hall building. ISNS.

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UNI Football

While visiting the Rod Library make sure to stop and see the small exhibit featuring a small selection of football artifacts from the UNI Museum.

President's Office

A collection of UNI memorbelia looking at key aspects of UNI History including greek life, sports history, and Price Lab School.