CS SSbox 7

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Catalog # Name Description
1 1966.6.0004 Speech Reproduction of Washington's inaugural address. Color: TN,BK
2 1966.6.5 Speech Reproduction of Monroe Doctrine. Color: TN,BK
3 1970.47.5.36.0013 Handbill Hildman's I. G. A. Store. Color: PK,BK
4 1971.17.0001 Painting Tempera, landscape. Moon rising over hills, water (river or lake), trees, shrubbery, etc. Delicate detail. Inscribed with artists's mark lower left corner.
5 1972.1.0001 Print Courier & Ives; from 1971 calendar; "Trotters in the Snow". Color: ML
6 1972.1.0002 Print Courier & Ives; from 1971 calendar; "The Great 'Scullers Race on the St. Lawrence" at Lachine, Canada, Oct. 3, 1878--Distance five miles. Color: ML
7 1972.1.0003 Print Courier & Ives; from 1971 calendar; "Fruit piece". Color: ML
8 1972.1.0004 Print Courier & Ives; from 1971 calendar; "Flushing a Woodcock". Color: ML
9 1973.43.0176 Bag Written on front with border design around writing. Plain on back. Color: BR,BK
10 1973.44.4 Map World War I map of the Scientific American Supplement to the War Number of the Scientific American, September 5, 1914. Map focuses on the continent of Europe and shows the countries of the Dual Alliance in pink while the countries of the Allies are in green. Neutral countries are in yellow. Color: GR,PK,YL,BL 1973.44.4 (Map) image
11 1974.002 Handbill Fort Worth Museum; road runner. Color: YL,BK
12 1974.56.0003 Speech Gettysburg Address. Color: TN,BK
13 1975.4.0132 Poster Forty-five stars. Printed on thin paper. Hand-dated "Cedar Falls, September 8, 1906."
14 1976.0077 Bag Brown with purple and yellow printing. 1976-77 basketball schedule on one side; 1976 football schedule on opposite side; double strength. Color: PR,YL
15 1980.45.0162 Handbill Newspaper format, Independent Party Presidential Campaign; headline, "THE WALLACE STAND", eagle head logo, "The issues of the Campaign as seen by George C. Wallace", drawing of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace on cover; four (4) pages, concerns various political issues, numerous illustrations and photographs; (missing four (4) page center section).
16 1986.4.0270 Contract For Aletha Jacobs, to teach in Dows. 20 May. Color: WH,BK
17 1986.4.0393 Bulletin From E. Guy Greenawalt to teachers: Program for Monday. Color: WH,BK
18 1989.43.688 Poster Declaration of Independence.
19 1993.24.0232 Map World News of the Week "covering period Sept. 25 to Oct. 1". Year not given, but copyrighted 1942. Marks with numbers 1-26 the sites of the world news. Below map portion is text explaining action at numbered locations. Includes a chart on "How a War Dollar Is Spent." Color: ML
20 1998.28.0003 Print, photographic Black and white; mounted on a thin piece of cream-colored cardboard. The photo shows 5 women standing on a grassy plain, in various styles of traditional African dress. 3 of the women are carying rectangular baskets on their head. One woman appears to be playing an instrument. Color: BK,WH,CR
21 1998.28.0004 Print, photographic Black and white; mounted on a thin piece of cream-colored cardboard. The photo shows a group of women and four men near the badk. All of the women have light-colored shawls over their hair. Some are carrying long wooden rods haped like shepherds' crooks. Two women are carrying large baskets on their heads. A name appears to be written on the bottom of the pasteboard, just under the lower left-hand corner of the photo. Following the name are the letters A. ARAN ( the last letter may be a Z), then A. R. P. S. Color: BK,WH,CR
22 2002.7.0075 Clipping, Magazine "The World Meaning of Family" and "Mothers I Have Known". Page from Woman's World magazine, Volume XXX, No. 12. Color: WH,BK
23 2005.5.0018 Register, Attendance Teacher's General Register. Two-fold horizontal, three-fold vertical. Outside contains teacher's name, dates and other information. Register for J. Meskimen at sub-district #2 Benton Township. Inside contains student names and weekly attendance. Color: WH
24 2005.5.0019 Register, attendance Teachers General Register. Two-fold horizontal, three-fold vertical. Outside gives information on the term beginning and end dates. Inside contains student names and attendance. Register for Minnie Church, Sub-district #2 Benton Township. Color: WH
25 2009.17.0005 Mat, place Place mat with pink scalloped edge and pink print on white paper. Drawing of camponile with trees on left side with "Teacher College Loyalty Song" written on right side. Inside pink border "Iowa State Teachers College" is repeated all around the mat. Also printed on mat (lower left side) "The Commons Iowa State Teachers College Cedar Falls Iowa". Color: WH, PK
26 2009.4.0002 Report, teacher's Teacher's Annual Report (1 side). Report of Classification, Standing, Advancement and Attendance (other side). Contains student names, ages, and grades. Color: CR, BK, YL
27 2009.9.0013 Contract Teachers contract between Agnes C. Horn and the school district of Charles City in the county of Floyd, Iowa, Miss Horn is to be paid $100 per school month and adhere to the rules and regulations, contract is valid for the 1919-1920 school year, her signature is at the bottom as well as her then current address A - contract. B - envelope Color: CR
28 2009.9.0014 Certificate, teaching Front: "State of Iowa" state teachers certificate, states that Agnes Horn, having met academic and psychological requirements/standards, she is now eligible for hire in Iowa as a teacher, for 5 years without needing renewal until past the 5 year mark, her information has been filled in and the document is signed by the President of the Educational Board of Examiners Back: A proof of validatoin is on the back starting with a "Floyd county" dated October 4/1919 followed by two consecutive validations by a "Hoodbury county" 07/1/1920-07/01/1921, and again "to" 07/01/1922, all three are signed by the county superindendent Color: CR
29 2009.9.0015 Contract Teachers contract between Agnes C. Horn and the school district of Sioux City, IA. The contract is good for calendar school year of 1922-1923, Agnes will receive $1740 for her services in a monthly fashion (12 installments) on first day of each month beginning October 1, 1922, first initial date April 17th 1922, find date and signature May 13th 1922 signed by president of school board of Sioux City and by Miss Agnes Color: CR
30 2009.9.0016 Contract Teachers contract between Agnes Horn and school district of Sioux City, Iowa. Contract is good for calendar year of 1920-1921, she will receive $1500 for her services, to be paid in 12 month installments on first day of each month beginning after September 1st 1920, contract is signed and dated February 26th 1921 by president of school board and Agnes C. Horn Color: CR
31 2009.9.0017 Contract Teachers contract between Agnes Horn and the school district of Sioux City, Iowa. Agnes will receive $1620 for calendar school year of 1921-1922 in monthly (12) installmen payments on first of every month starting with (after0 September 1st 1921 signed and dated May 20th 1921 by president of school board and Agnes Horn Color: CR