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A Century of Leadership and Service - Sunday, July 1, 1990 (Volume 1, Number 0)

Headline Page Type
The setting 1
Institutional growth and program expansion to 1890 107
Actions of the General Assembly--1890-1902; finally significant commitment 115
Meeting educational needs, 1890-1902 141
Administering a burgeoning normal school 154
Life in the Normal School community 175
The promise of the twentieth century; the teachers colleges 218
The Normal School moves toward collegiate status 223
The General Assembly and the State Normal School 1904 through 1909 237
Institutional growth; transfer of governance to the State Board of Education (1906 through June, 1909) 255
Through troubled times (1909-1920) 268
Getting started 27
The Board of Education acts to fulfill its mandate 282
The Coordination Plan debated and rescinded 295
The first faculty 30
New and expanded curricula and services (1913 through April, 1917); the Claxton Commission 318
World War I and the Teachers College; contention in Cedar Falls 348
A time of transitions; the "Golden Twenties" 369
The quest for adequate financial support 37
Increased needs during a time of economic stress 379
Academic and administrative changes; physical expansion 393
Celebrating a half century of service 420
President Seerley retires; an assessment 428
Continuing common experiences 436
Expanded co- and extra-curricular activities 448
Other facets of institutional life 484
Student life 52
Gestation and birth 7
Administering the Normal School 71
Changing the leadership 82
The principal-elect 90
The new administration begins its work 95
Foreword vii Letter
Preface viii
Acknowledgments xi

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