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1 00.34.1.2.0001 Boot U. S. Army World War II combat issue; 3/4 high shoes; dark brown leather uppers; capped toe; black soles & heels; brown cloth shoelaces; type of boot worn with canvas leggings (00.34.1.2.017); Size 8. a. Left shoe; b. Right shoe. Color: BR
2 00.34.1.2.0002 Boot U. S. Army, World War II combat issue; 3/4 high shoes; dark brown leather uppers; capped toe; black rubber soles & heels; brown cloth shoelaces; type of boot worn with canvas leggings (00.34.1.2.017); Size 8. a. Left. b. Right.
3 00.70.0077 Grenade World War I practice grenade. 00.70.0077 (Grenade) image
4 1965.2.3 Flag 80th AAF College Training Detachment. Navy with gold applique. Equally legible on both sides. ISTC. Color: BL GL
5 1965.2.7 Reward of merit "This Mark of Commendation is awarded by the Navy Department to Iowa State Teachers College for effective co-operation with the U. S. Navy in the training of members of the Women's Reserve. December, 1942. April, 1945. (signed) James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy.". ISTC. Color: BK,WH 1965.2.7 (Reward of merit) image
6 1970.36.45 Hat U. S. Women's Naval Reserve officer's World War II overseas issue; navy blue wool material; pleated top, fold-up sides; navy blue satin lining; interior right label, "Made and Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, W. A. V. E. S.", anchor & propeller design; interior left label, "Waves, R. L. Rombold Lt. j.g. (junior grade), #105. Lady's size 20 1/2. 1970.36.45 (Hat) image
7 1970.36.46 Hat U. S. Women's Naval Reserve officer's World War II dress issue; navy blue wool material; circular brim, folded on sides; exterior removable hat band & top; silver eagle & crossed gold anchors on front peak; interior navy blue satin lining; interior top label, "Made and Sold Under Authority of U. S. Navy, W.A.V.E.S., Mary L. Stanhagen Lt. j.g. (junior grade) #105. Lady's size: 22
8 1975.0045 Insignia Black Hawk County; circular insignia. Bicentennial. Designed by Herb Hake. Color: WH,BK
9 1975.46.0001 Pin World War II V for Victory (2) connected by a chain. The pins are gold-plated in the shape of a V with a bar through the middle of the V. The bar contains red, white and blue artificial stones. The chain which connects them is 3" long. The pins and chain are tarnished and worn.
10 1978.32.5 Letter Hand printed, to Mrs. Wynegar from Herbert V. Hake, dated 3/26/70. White paper, with drawing of Herb Hake in upper left corner. Note advises Mrs. Wynegar of dates and time of radio broadcast she had recorded with Mr. Hake. Note signed: "Herbert V. Hake". Color: BK,WH 1978.32.5 (Letter) image
11 1980.26.0001 Map "LANDMARKS IN IOWA HISTORY", produced by "CEDAR FALLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 303 Clay Street Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613", Copyright 1961,1973 by Herbert V. Hake.
12 1980.26.0002 Map Illustrating Iowa historic sites; entitled "LANDMARKS IN IOWA HISTORY"; produced by "CEDAR FALLS HSITORICAL SOCIETY, 303 Clay Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613"; Copyright 1961, 1973, by Herbert V. Hake". Color: WH,RD,BK
13 1984.10.0017 Book "Iowa Inside Out", written by Herbert Hake, Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa. 213 pages.
14 1984.6.0052 Medal Two-piece; 7th Army Corps, Spanish American War, H. L. Eels, 2nd Division Hosp. corp 49th Iowa.
15 1987.0022 Booklet "Here's How; a Guide to Economy in Stagecraft" by Herb Hake. Includes photos of scenery and actors in productions at ISTC. Color: BK,TN
16 1988.48.29.0053 Booklet "Great Men & Famous Women" "A Series of Pen & Pencil Sketches of the Lives of the Most Prominent Personages in History", part 53. Part of a 68 piece series. "Sold only by Subscription" "No Subscription received for less than the Complete Work 68 parts". Price 25 cents. The series runs from page 1 - 384. Each part begins with 3 illustrations of featured person. Part 68 begins with 3 illustrations and is followed by Table of Contents for the original 8 volumes that this subscription package was produced from. Cover has Greek classic artwork with the characters "Fame" & "History" portrayed. Also four busts of Grant, Lincoln, Washington and Longfellow line bottom of cover art. Back cover has facsimile of autographs of contributing authors & a note on "Terms of Publication". Each issue bound by two steel staples. Contains articles on: Petrarch, Geoffrey Chaucer, Torquato Tosso, Cervantes, and William Shakespeare. pp. 25-48. Color: BR,BK,WH
17 1988.48.29.0054 Booklet "Great Men & Famous Women" "A Series of Pen & Pencil Sketches of the Lives of the Most Prominent Personages in History", part 54. Part of a 68 piece series. "Sold only by Subscription" "No Subscription received for less than the Complete Work 68 parts". Price 25 cents. The series runs from page 1 - 384. Each part begins with 3 illustrations of featured person. Part 68 begins with 3 illustrations and is followed by Table of Contents for the original 8 volumes that this subscription package was produced from. Cover has Greek classic artwork with the characters "Fame" & "History" portrayed. Also four busts of Grant, Lincoln, Washington and Longfellow line bottom of cover art. Back cover has facsimile of autographs of contributing authors & a note on "Terms of Publication". Each issue bound by two steel staples. Contains articles on: William Shakespeare, Moliere, John Milton, John Bunyan, and Daniel Defoe. pp. 49-72. Color: BR,BK,WH
18 1989.43.0816 Booklet "World War II Honor list of dead and missing - state of Iowa War Dept. June; 1946. 31 pp. Color: BL,BK 1989.43.0816 (Booklet) image
19 1989.43.0934 Shell Light to dark brown. 75mm shell casing. Has the design of leaves and "E". Sharp points at the top.. 1 Rovsible Carlien 1989.43.0934 (Shell) image
20 1990.37.0004 Print, photographic Army and Navy personnel being served dinner in the ISTC cafeteria. Dec. 25, 1943. Reverse side contains notations pertaining to the day and addressed to "Mother". Color: BK,WH 1990.37.0004 (Print, photographic) image
21 1990.47.0002 Print, photographic WAVES at ISTC in Pass and Review. This picture is of the main body of troops and they are carrying the U.S. flag as well as the Navy flag, which are in the center of the picture. It has serrated edges. Taken in April, 1943 at ISTC. Color: BK,WH 1990.47.0002 (Print, photographic) image
22 1990.47.1 Print, photographic WAVES at ISTC in Pass and Review. It seems to be the lead element for the formation; they are wearing their long coats and are passing the review stand. Photo has serrated edges. Taken in April, 1943. Color: BK,WH 1990.47.1 (Print, photographic) image
23 1990.47.8 Print, photographic End of WAVES "Boot" classes in 1943 at ISTC. This photo of the main body of WAVES has captured them at "eyes right". Serrated edges. Color: BK,WH 1990.47.8 (Print, photographic) image
24 1991.47.1 Mask Loon mask from Nunivak Island. Made of natural light-colored wood. Large loon holding a fish in its mouth. Feathers and other features are painted in black and rust ("red"). Two wooden rings surround the bird and attached to the top one are 13 large black quills. Attached to those real feathers are large wooden ones of various styles in the same colors as the loon. Has thin string for hanging.This mask's intended purpose was for decoration, but created in the style and tradition of Yup'ik mask making. Traditionally, Yup'ik masks were created by shamans, or angalkut, to be worn during dances to bring prosperity to the tribe.The animal represented by the masks were intended to bring a surplus of that particular animal. 1991.47.1 (Mask) image
25 1991.47.2 Mask Mask of a face called the "Bad Shaman" from King Island. Carved of driftwood and painted with a wash of hematite and water. Mask has puffed-out cheeks and large black nostrils painted with India ink. It has a large mouth with full lips. The lower lip protrudes while the counterpart, the "Good Shaman" has a protruding upper lip. The legend behind the mask originated from a shaman who saw the spirits in the clouds and created a ritual dance to accommodate it. The legend states that the spirits in the clouds are two shamans fighting in a word battle to see who had the most power. The words became so violent that the evil shaman becomes angry and kills the brother. He feels terrible for killing the Good Shaman and so he sings a song to bring him back to life. The masks are only to be worn by shamans and are only produced on King's Island and St. Lawrence Island. This mask along with its pair are very popular not only with collectors, but with the carvers as well.The original format of the mask has been kept to its traditional style, only varying in slight differences from the authors own style. This pair was created by Tony Pushruk in 1964. The mask has a narrow leather strap for hanging. 1991.47.2 (Mask) image
26 1991.47.3 Mask, Ritual Mask of a face called the "Good Shaman" from King Island. Carved of driftwood and painted with a wash of hematite and water. Mask has puffed-out cheeks and large black nostrils painted with India ink. It has a large mouth with full lips. The upper lip protrudes signifying the "Good Shaman" while its counterpart has a protruding lower lip. The legend behind the mask originated from a shaman who saw the spirits in the clouds and created a ritual dance to accommodate it. The legend states that the spirits in the clouds are two shamans fighting in a word battle to see who had the most power. The words became so violent that the evil shaman becomes angry and kills the brother. He feels terrible for killing the other and so he sings a song to bring him back to life. The masks are only to be worn by shamans and are only produced on King's Island and St. Lawrence Island. This mask along with its pair are very popular not only with collectors, but with the carvers as well.The original format of the mask has been kept to its traditional style, only varying in slight differences from the authors own style. This pair was created by Tony Pushruk in 1964. The Good Shaman mask has a narrow leather strap for hanging. 1991.47.3 (Mask, Ritual) image
27 1991.47.4 Mask Mask of half-man and half-animal, from Nunivak Island. This mask has a "face" with 2 painted circles for eyes (not cut out) and 2 for the mouth. Half of the face is painted deep reddish brown and has black markings; it represents a human. The other half is mostly painted white except for a gash for a mouth and black "whiskers"; it represents a wolf. Two circles of wood surround the face. Circles within the Yup'ik tribe represented the universe. To the outside of these circles are attached 12 quills, each holding a wooden feather or fish. They represent (top to bottom): pin-tail duck, wings, front seal flippers, salmon, duck feet, back seal flippers and tail-feathers of the bird. This mask's intended purpose was for decoration, but created in the style and tradition of Yup'ik mask making. Traditionally, Yup'ik masks were created by shamans, or angalkut, to be worn during dances to bring prosperity to the tribe.The animal represented by the masks were intended to bring a surplus of that particular animal. Masks similar to this were made smaller with the intention of wearing one on the forehead.
28 1991.47.5 Mask Musk Ox mask from Nunivak Island. Center of mask is the black head of an ox with horns of bone. There are white and rust features on the ox and he holds a piece of wood in his mouth. Two wooden circles surround the head with eight feathers attached. Atop each of the feathers is a wooden fish or a wooden hoof. This mask's intended purpose was for decoration, but created in the style and tradition of Yup'ik mask making. Traditionally, Yup'ik masks were created by shamans, or angalkut, to be worn during dances to bring prosperity to the tribe.The animal represented by the masks were intended to bring a surplus of that particular animal. 1991.47.5 (Mask) image
29 1993.42.0005 Medal Rosette Medal of Honor. Light blue with white stars on interior of pin. Hexagonal, silver pin backing.
30 1994.10.0011 Pin Two parts. a. Cursive V-shaped, red and white. b. The paper says "WEAR A" along the top and "FOR VICTORY" along the bottom. Three diagonal stripes, one each red, white, blue. Red, white and blue color scheme. 1994.10.0011 (Pin) image
31 1995.32.0011 Pin, campaign Front features a 7/16" blue circle in the center, surrounded by a thin red line that trails off to the upper left. In the center of the blue circle is a white airplane and surrounding the circle, the remainder of the front is white with red lettering that proclaims "Defend America" at the top, and is separated from the bottom phrase, "Aid the Allies", by stars. Back of the button is silver, with a pin.
32 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
33 2004.20.6 Medal, commemorative Small, round, gold-toned. Has bas relief of an eagle carrying a shield. Around that is a blue band with gold inscription reading "D.A.R. Award. For Excellence in History." Back has "Dorothy Tostlebe" and "10 K Pat'n." Pin attachment. Attached to metal is a cardboard card that says "History medal won by Dorothy Jean Ray (Tostlebe) in 8th grade, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1935. Color: GD,BL,WH
34 2004.7.1 Uniform navy blue women's uniform jacket. Six panels. Has 1/2'' silver gray trim around cuffs. Silvergray star embroidered on top of trim: Denotes line officer. Collar lapels have white an blue anchor embroidered on them. Two breast pockets. Four gold buttons with eagle motif. Inside has navy blue satin lining. "Evelyn F. Starkey" label embroidered on inside collar. Inside, label "Made and sold under authority of U. S. Navy" "U. S. Women's naval Reserve." Picture of anchor. Part of WAVES uniform 2004.7.1-4. Color: BL
35 2004.7.2 Skirt Navy blue. Six panels. Two front slit pockets. Closes on the side with a button and side zipper. Black fabric. Inside label reads "Authority of the U. S. Navy. U. S. Women Naval Reserve." "Evelyn F. Starkey" also sewn on the inside. Part of WAVES uniform 2004.7.1-4. Color: BL
36 2004.7.3 Shirt White long sleeve cotton. Three panels. Six white plastic buttons down front. Inside label (on inside collar) reads "Styled by Terry Chicago (care instructions over) machine wash warm delicate cycle. Tumble dry low. Use cool iron. WPL 10281." Has two safety pins on either side of collar, each pinning a 13'' navy blue tie in place. (a) tie. Navy blue cotton. 2 pieces. Piece attached to either side of blouse collar, under flap, with safety pin. Each piece is 13'' long. The pieces are tapered at the top and get larger at the bottom. The pieces would be tied together as a tie for the uniform. Part of WAVES uniform 2004.7.1-4. Color: WH