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351 1995.23.2 Catalog SCI student catalog that includes College Calendar, The College and its Program, General Information, College Policies, Curricula, courses of Instruction, Graduate programs. Catalog became effective summer session 1966 and went through the summer session of 1968. Color: RD,BK,WH
352 1995.23.3 Catalog Handbook for students who attended UNI 1967-1968. Includes areas such as The Campus, Traditions, Student Government, Activities, Honors and Awards. Color: BL,BK,WH 1995.23.3 (Catalog) image
353 1995.23.5 Handbill Test results from "STRONG VOCATIONAL INTEREST TEST - WOMEN". One side has printed chart with red marks indicating results. Other side, printed in olive colored type, explains how to interpret the test results. Results are for Laura Higgins, dated 8/8/64. There are 29 occupations listed. SCI. Color: WH,GR,RD
354 1995.23.6 Handbill "TEST SCORES, HIGH SCHOOL RANKD & ACADEMIC SUCCESS/ STATE COLLEGE OF IOWA." An information leaflet for new students. Covers topics; TEST REPORT CARD, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, PREDICTING ACADEMIC SUCCES AT [SCI], ACADEMIC GRADE INDEX, ACADEMIC PROBATION AND SUSPENSION, APPROVAL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION. On front bottom left corner "Paul C. Kelso 7/8/64." Color: PK,BK
355 1995.23.7 Handbill "HOME ECONOMICS CHECK SHEET FOR EDUCATION MAJOR." For Laura Higgins, 4125 Campbell, April 26, 1965. List Requirements for majors by categories. Lots of pencil notes & check marks. Above information written in pencil. A red ? appears near the humanities heading. Reverse side also has degree requirement & suggested courses for Freshman and Sophomore year. Margin notes in blue pen. SCI. Color: WH,BK
356 1995.23.8 Handbill "Statement of Further Work Required for Graduation/Degree of Bachelor Arts/ with - Teaching Certification". Typed in Fields "Laura Higgins", "Vocation Home Economics", "10-25-66". Several classes listed with related credit hours. SCI. Color: YL,BK
357 1995.23.9 Handbill "UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS, MINORS, SUBJECT FIELDS AND CODES/ Current Spring 1964". Lists majors and Notes. Reverse side printed in landscape format, SCI "THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF ARTS/ REQUIREMENTS for All CURRICULA". Has many entries struck over with pencil. Notes in pen are in margins. Color: WH,BK
358 1995.33.1 Jacket, book Gray with purple printing. Folded horizontally 2 1/2' from both bottom and top. Four vertical folds appear from left to right at 3", 8 1/2", 10 3/4" and 16 1/8". Four glue stains appear below bottom horizontal fold and four more above top horizontal fold. Also above top horizontal fold are folding instruction diagrams. The thick(er) purple lines run horizontally, 2 3/4" from the top and bottom respectively. The thin(ner) purple lines run horizontally, 3" from the top. Printed along far left is a list of a variety of products. Left center panel has "Cross Co." slogan along with products they offer. Spine panel gives tittle of where jackeT came from "Cross & Co. Books" with lines for title & author. Right center panel has ISTC logo, spaces for book use to write a name, address, and title of book. Also shown is "Cross & Co./ 2220 College Street/Cedar Falls, Iowa." Far right has services Cross & Co. presumably offers, along with their slogan. Color: GY,PR
359 1995.33.2 Envelope White, slightly discolored paper with print. Upper left has ISTC name, followed by "Cedar Falls, Iowa" as a return address. Upper right has embossed purple oval stamp. the words "United States Postal Service" and "three cents" are written in white inside the oval, along with a face (profile of G. Washington) and a circled number "3", also white. Lower left is a stamped-on design, in red ink, inverted. The stamp features an eagle. The words "Cedar Falls, Iowa" circled, and "U S Postage 01", boxed, are part of the design, along with the following: "PB meter 323671". Color: WH,PR,RD,BK 1995.33.2 (Envelope) image
360 1996.13.37 Pamphlet "Happy 100th Birthday, Price Lab" Front cover title piece produced on newspaper stock. Single sheet folded producing four pages. Contains several photographs & articles celbrating Price Lab's histoy & excellence in education. Article titles are "Price Laboratory School - 100 Years of Dedication to Education". "Students Get Taste of Teaching through Field Experience" "Faculty Members Prepare Students, Peers for Microcomputer World." "Faculty Members Direct Projects That Influence Thousands of Students, Teachers" "Centennial Celebration To Be Held in May". MPLS. Color: BK,WH
361 1996.13.38 Yearbook Price Lab School. Red cover shows 3 American flags, each with a different number of stars. "Price Lab School 1776-1976. Liberty and Justice for All". Back cover has a liberty bell on it. 57 pp. MPLS. Color: BK,RD,WH 1996.13.38 (Yearbook) image
362 1996.13.39 Booklet, instruction Questions and answers about FIELD EXPERIENCE at Malcolm Price Laboratory School - University of Northern Iowa." Also on blue cover are the names of the authors, Jerry M. Duea and Jackson N. Baty. 24 pp. UNI. NUHS. Color: BL,BK,WH 1996.13.39 (Booklet, instruction) image
363 1996.13.41 Book "Welcome to School" A Booklet for Parents of Kindergarten Children". Developed by Betts Ann Roth, Associate Professor of Teaching at Malcolm Price Laboratory School. Cover is yellow with black print. 19 pp. Produced by Extension Service, UNI. MPLS. Color: YL,BK,WH 1996.13.41 (Book) image
364 1996.13.42 Book "The English Language Arts Program", book prepared by the faculty of the Malcolm Price Laboratory School. Describes the mission, goals and practices carried out in that program at Price Lab. School. The program covers kindergarten through grade twelve. Fall, 1966. UNI. MPLS. Color: WH,BL,BK 1996.13.42 (Book) image
365 1996.13.45 Book "Picture books for Creative thinking: A Bibliography". This bibliography was prepared by Joan Diamond, Associate Professor of Teaching at the University of Northern Iowa. Orange cover with white print. White back cover. 18 pp. UNI. Color: OR,BK,WH 1996.13.45 (Book) image
366 1996.13.47 Booklet "Iowa State Teachers College Experimental and Developmental Programs in the Malcolm Price laboraoty School", Cedar Falls, Iowa, November 1960". Cover is blue with photo of students typing with instructor overseeing. 8 pp. ISTC. Color: BL,BK,WH 1996.13.47 (Booklet) image
367 1996.22.3.1 Book "Puss in Boots", retold by M. Jean Craig; illus. by Robert Jones. Brown cat with white spots is sitting next to some yellowish green boots. A tall castle and trees are in the background on the font cover. On the back cover a lion is chasing a cat as the cat is jumping out of a window. Front cover has "Wolfe" written in upper right hand corner and "Scholastic 50c" in lower right. Color: YL,GR,BR 1996.22.3.1 (Book) image
368 1996.24.1 Program, graduation From ISTC in 1928. Bound by a leather thong in the middle of the left front edge. The thong is looped through these holes and tied. The cover is purple and says "Iowa State Teachers College, 1928." The seal of the college is in the lower right hand corner and there is a picture of the school campanile. The sky around the campanile is gold. The back cover is purple. Color: PR,GD,WH 1996.24.1 (Program, graduation) image
369 1996.26.1 Booklet "A Tribute to the Champions." It is a salute to the Iowa State Teachers College football program for their success in winning 6 straight Championships in the North Central Conference. Over that span, ISTC had won 30 consecutive conference games. The front cover is blue with gold lettering. The ISTC emblem is in the middle of the front cover. The back cover depicts a gold panther on the prowl. Color: BL,GD,WH 1996.26.1 (Booklet) image
370 1996.26.2 Magazine "The Sinfonian." Spring 1947 issue of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity of America. The fraternity magazine is for current members in active charters on various college and university campuses and for alumni and to attract new possible charters. The front cover is red with black lettering and has a one-inch wide trim running across the middle of the cover. The back cover is red. 62 pp. Color: RD,OR,BK 1996.26.2 (Magazine) image
371 1996.26.3 Magazine "The Sinfonian." Fall, 1947 issue of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America. The fraternity magazine is for current members in active charters on various college and university campuses, for alumni, and to attract new possible charters. The front cover is red with black lettering and has a one-inch wide trim running near the top that is orange. The fraternity emblem is in the middle of the front cover. The back cover is red. 64 pp. Color: RD,OR,BL 1996.26.3 (Magazine) image
372 1996.26.4 Magazine "The Sinfonian." Fall 1948 issue of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity of America. The fraternity magazine is for current members in active charters on various college and university campuses and for alumni and to attract new possible charters. 1948 is the 50th anniversary of the fraternity and the cover is therefore gold with black lettering. Under the title is a 1 1/4' wide trim across the top of the cover. The back cover is gold. 62 pp. Color: GD,RD,BK 1996.26.4 (Magazine) image
373 1996.26.5 Magazine "The Sinfonian." Fall 1950 issue of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity of America. The fraternity magazine is for current members in active charters on various college and university campuses and for alumni and to attract new possible charters. The front cover is red with black lettering and has a one-inch wide trim running across the top that is orange. The fraternity emblem is in the middle of the front cover. The back cover is red. 62 pp. Color: RD,OR,BK 1996.26.5 (Magazine) image
374 1996.30.10 Sticker, parking Northern Iowa Parking Permit, "E", 86-87. No. 12845. In original plastic envelope, with instructions for affixing to car window. Color: YL,GR,CR 1996.30.10 (Sticker, parking) image
375 1996.31.3 Letter Letter of recommendation. Corinne Brown, Head of the Department of Kindergarten of ISTC, recommended Miss Sarah Ochiltree for a teaching position as a Kindergarten teacher. On the top left hand corner of the front it says "Iowa State Teachers College - Cedar Falls, Iowa." Color: WH,BK 1996.31.3 (Letter) image
376 1997.8.1 Bulletin "Bulletin of the State Normal School, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Vol. IV. June, 1903. No. 1. Catalog and Circular for School Year 1902-3. 193 pp. ISNS. Color: GR,BK,WH
377 1997.8.10 Program "Program of the Philomathean Society, Fall term. Nineteen hundred three." Inside gives date, octover 24th, and program of music and oratory. 4pp. ISNS. Color: WH,BK 1997.8.10 (Program) image
378 1997.8.11 Program "Iowa State Normal School, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Pupils' Recital, Normal Auditorium, Wednesday Afternoon, Nov. 4, 1903 at 2:15 o'clock." Inside lists program of 8 musical presentations. Twelve students are represented. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
379 1997.8.12 Program "Sixth Annual Concert by the Minnesingers, Normal Audirorium, Cedar Falls, Ia, Friday, January 29, 1904, Eight o'clock p.m." Inside lists the program and names of Minnesingers. Back has black and white photo of the all-male group. Color: WH,BK
380 1997.8.13 Program "Recital - I. S. N. S. chapel, Thursday, February 18, 1904, 3:15 p.m." Members of Miss Falker's last term classes, assisted by the Music Department present the following." Lists music and recitations. 1 page. Color: WH,BK 1997.8.13 (Program) image
381 1997.8.14 Program "Zetalethian, Friday Evening, December 18, '03 at 8:00 o'clock." Inside lists program of music and "A Lesson in Manners." Back page lists names of ushers. 4 pp. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
382 1997.8.15 Program "Cliosophic Friday evening, November 6, 1903, at 8 o'clock. Inside gives details of "Mary G. Wilkins Program" of music, speeches (one on Mary G. Wilkins) and a play, "Gentian", with a cast of three. Back page lists names of ushers. Color: WH,BK
383 1997.8.16 Invitation Handwritten. "The Ossoli girls invite you to attend their Literary Program after which you will be entertained in "The Fools Paradise". April 2, 1904, 7:30 P. M. Written on wedge shape with each side folded to the center. Bottom edge is rounded. Color: TN 1997.8.16 (Invitation) image
384 1997.8.17 Invitation Handwritten on leaf shaped piece of construction paper, "Come at the witching hour of eight And let the fairies read thy fate, Reveal to none this secret plot, or Woe, not luck will be thy lot." Card inserted at bottom into two slits reads "Miss Goodell." ISNS. Color: GR 1997.8.17 (Invitation) image
385 1997.8.19 Program "Iowa State Teachers Association...Handel's Messiah (400 voices). St. Paul Symphony Orchestra. Cover gives names of soloists. Inside gives "Libretto of the Messiah." Color: WH,BK
386 1997.8.2 Program "The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Educational Service of Moses Willard Bartlett." January 29, 1904. Gives programs of an event at 10:00 A. M. and one at 2:00 o'clock P. M. along with the Educational Record of Moses Willard Bartlett. 4 pp. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
387 1997.8.4 Program Program. Iowa State Normal School, Fall term, 1903. Lists classes, with faculty names, in Professional, English, Mathematics, Science, Political Science, History, Latin, Art, etc., German, Music, Military and Training, for a six-period day. Also lists times of rehearsal of vocal and instrumental music groups, library hours and chapel exercises. ISNS 1 page. Back is blank. Color: WH,BK
388 1997.8.5 Program Program. Iowa State Normal School, Winter term, 1903-04. Lists classes, with faculty names, in Professional, English, Mathematics, Science, Political Science, History, Latin, Art, etc., German, Music, Military and Training, for a six-period day. Also lists times of rehearsal of vocal and instrumental music groups, library hours and chapel exercises. ISNS 1 page. Back is blank. Color: WH,BK
389 1997.8.6 Program Program. Iowa State Normal School, Spring term, 1904. Lists classes, with faculty names, in Professional, English, Mathematics, Science, Political Science, History, Latin, Art, etc., German, Music, Military and Training, for a six-period day. Also lists times of rehearsal of vocal and instrumental music groups, library hours and chapel exercises. ISNS 1 page. On back in pencil are notes concerning bird habits, robins and hand drawn diagrams of a biological subject. Color: WH,BK
390 1997.8.7 Program "Ossoli Open Session, Friday, January 15, 1904." Lists various selections, music and oratory, for Part I, together with Cast of Characters and a Synopsis of Play in part II. Ushers are listed on the back. Front shows illustration of the 7 campus buildings. 4 pp. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
391 1997.8.8 Program "H.M.S. Pinafore, or the Lass that Loved a Sailor by Minnesingers and Cecilians. Normal Auditorium, Cedar Falls, Iowa, April 22, 1904 8 P.M." Cover also lists names of Director and Accompanist. Inside gives synopsis and cast. Back lists 12 members of orchestra. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
392 1997.8.9 Program "Philomatean Open Session, Normal Auditorium, Friday, October 28, 8 p.m. Cedar Falls, Iowa." Lists music, oration and drama selections, plus Synopsis of Play (Hamlet) and Cast of Characters. Back page lists officers. 4pp. ISNS. Color: WH,BK
393 1998.16.1 Shirt Man's outer garment. Box shaped with small sleeves and a v-neck. Yellow, red, and green embroidery edge the neck, sleeves, and waist, with a green and red zig-zag pattern inside yellow lines and an inverted flower with 5 petals and 2 pistils at the base of the neck. The garment is made of rough dark brown wool. Color: BR,YL, RD,GR
394 1998.23.1 Transcript Two parts. a. "Iowa State Teachers college Transcript of Record for Lucille M. Dicksey. Shows that the College accepted 16 1/2 units of secondary credit from Hendrick High School. Ms. Dickey went through the Kindergarten Education Curriculum and graduated on June 5, 1923. It was a two-year program. b. Letter from Iowa State Teachers College Registrar Charles S. Cory, dated July 24, 1923. States that the College has sent her transcripts and encourages her to continue her education until she obtains a B. A. in education at ISTC because there is such a demand for the graduates.c. Addressed to "Lucille Dicksey, Hendrick, Iowa." Upper left corner says "After 5 days return to Registrar, State Teachers College, 2500 College St., Cedar Falls, Iowa." Posted with a 2-cent U. S. stamp and dated August 2, 1923, 11:30 A. M., Cedar Falls, Iowa. The envelope is torn open at one end and has small tears on the edges. Color: WH,BK 1998.23.1 (Transcript) image
395 1999.10.1E Dial Recorder Instructions Pamphlet "Instructions/For the Operation and Care/of Your/International/Dial Recorder". On back has printing date of 1-22-41.
396 1999.13.5 Booklet "The Library" Bulletin of the Iowa State Teachers College, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Issued Quarterly. Contains black and white photos of the library inside and ouside. Including images of old museum displays. On back cover is photo of Libray Committee and promational paragraph. Also indictes could be sent as second class matter in the U.S. postal system. Color: BR, BK, WH 1999.13.5 (Booklet) image
397 1999.13.6 Booklet, instruction "Songs in the Air, Radio for the Classroom" , John W. Mitchell. Iowa State Teachers College 1952-53 Study Guide. Microphone on front cover. Cartoons by Herbert Hake. 24 pages includes index. Music, words and cartoons. Color: RD, BK, WH
398 1999.13.7 Booklet, instruction "Songs in the Air" , John W. Mitchell. Iowa State Teachers College 1956-57 Study Guide. Cartoons by Herbert Hake. Microphone on front. 24 pages includes index. Music, words and cartoons. Color: BR, BK, WH
399 1999.2.1 Program College commencement program. Cover is leather, with "teachers", "1925" and the Iowa State Teachers College seal embossed on the front cover. Title page reads "The senior class/ of the/ Iowa State Teachers College/ announce the/ Summer Term/ Commencement exercises/ Thursday August twentieth/ nineteen hundred and twenty-five/ Cedar Falls Iowa." Bound together with strip of leather looped through 4 holes and knotted iside are 90 pages, listing commencement activities and names of students who are graduating. These pages are protected by 2 pieces of transparent wax paper with a spider web design, and are placed between the leather cover and the commencement pages. Color: BR,WH 1999.2.1 (Program) image
400 1999.24.1 Directory "Student's Directory/ STATE/ State Teachers'/ College," Students Supply Store, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1925. 50 pp. Pocket directory containing names, addresses and phone numbers of faculty and students atttending ISTC during the summer session of 1925. Inside front and back covers used for advertisements for Students Supply Store. Stain on front cover. Several names throughout directory are marked with check marks along the mrgin. Two metal staples bind booklet. Color: TN,WH,BK 1999.24.1 (Directory) image