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Army Air Corps

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Title Date Summary
1 The impact of World War II
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.111
7/1/1995 President Price manages the college during the War; effects of the WAVES and the Army Air Corps; the effects of the returning veterans; photo.
2 Kampus and Khaki
Alumnus 65:2, p.14
5/1/1980 Brief history of military presence on campus during World War II; Betty Brimm remembers social and recreational scene during war; photo.
3 Untitled
Northern Iowan 67:46, p.3
4/20/1971 Soldiers get points for shooting hippies.
4 SCI war years president retires
Alumnus 48:3, p.10
9/1/1963 Dr. Price offers extensive comments on his presidency during the war and post-war years; photo.
5 Four faculty members are scheduled to participate in a career day at Eagle Grove, Wednesday, April 16
Public Relations News Release 1951:573, p.1
4/9/1952 The faculty members: Lloyd V. Douglas, head of the business education department; William C. Lang, asssociate professor of history; Bernice Helff, assistant professor of teaching; and Mardelle L. Mohn, instructor in teaching. Short biographies included.
6 Four faculty members will participate in a career day at Sheldon Tuesday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1952:462, p.1
3/31/1952 They are Oliver M. (Hon) Nordly, assistant professor of physical education for men and head basketball coach; Jack Burgner, instructor in art; Richard Arnold, instructor in speech, and William Latham, assistant professor of brass instruments.
7 Clifford L. Bishop and James R. Clark will participate in a Career Day at Cherokee Thursday, March 20
Public Relations News Release 1952:541, p.1
3/10/1952 Bishop, head of the education department, joined the faculty in 1950. A native Kansan, he was born in Girard, Kansas. Clark, associate professor of men's physical education, joined the faculty in 1949. He was born in St. Peter, Minnesota.
8 H. A. Riebe to show film
Public Relations News Release 1945:161, p.1
6/26/1945 An imaginary tour of Teachers College, training of the WAVES, and scenes of students moving into the dorms make up the film's content.
9 Students reclaim dormitories as Air Corps closes campus unit
Alumnus 28:4, p.16
10/1/1944 Men students are back in Baker Hall; women students still in Lawther Hall and back in Seerley Hall; Bartlett Hall still used by WAVES; photo.
10 Teachers College receives citation for service
Alumnus 28:4, p.7
10/1/1944 Receives award for meritorious service from Army Air Corps; brief description of Corps training on campus; photo.
11 Air command cites I. S. T. C. for good job
College Eye 35:37, p.1
7/7/1944 Commendation cites good work of faculty.
12 Army text books being stored in Lawther attic
College Eye 35:37, p.2
7/7/1944 Over 5000 books will be put in storage.
13 Men students to occupy Baker Hall Next fall; women, Seerley Hall
College Eye 35:36, p.1
6/30/1944 Lawther Hall overcrowding should be relieved; dorms being prepared for students; WAVES will remain in Bartlett Hall.
14 A salute to the Army¿
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.1
6/23/1944 Army Air Corps on parade and off duty; photo.
15 Air Corps to leave campus; A A F students go to a new training base
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.1
6/23/1944 Will leave by June 30; brief history and list of faculty who have taught them.
16 Taps for Wing Tips
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.4
6/23/1944 Army Air Corps bids farewell to campus.
17 Army students break former PFR
College Eye 35:34, p.1
6/16/1944 Army Air Corps students take part in rigorous physical training.
18 Hi Ho homesick for Iowa campus
College Eye 35:34, p.4
6/16/1944 Army Air Corps mascot now in Dallas.
19 Nelson says Army leaving will have no great effect
College Eye 35:34, p.4
6/16/1944 Classes will be smaller and there will be more of them; some faculty may need a break to brush up on their old areas of expertise.
20 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:34, p.3
6/16/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
21 'Hi Ho' canine Army mascot goes to Dallas, Texas, for duration of war
College Eye 35:33, p.5
6/9/1944 Story of Army Air Corps mascot.
22 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:33, p.3
6/9/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
23 Coeds move to Baker as Army leaves dorm
College Eye 35:32, p.5
6/2/1944 Women will live two per room.
24 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:32, p.3
6/2/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
25 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1944 President Price reflects on campus life and all those who are laboring in a common effort; photo.
26 The Army
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1944 Major Leonard is commanding officer of the College Training Detachment. Aviation students make themselves known as a major male element of the college; photo.
27 The Army at work, at play.
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1944 Photos of the army aviation students training to serve, enjoying a Saturday night in the Commons and at their special service program on the Teachers College campus; photo.
28 Here's what happened at Iowa State Teachers College in 1943-1944
College Eye 35:31, p.3
5/12/1944 Photos of activities and people throughout the year; photo.
29 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:31, p.5
5/12/1944 News from the military units on campus.
30 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:30, p.3
5/5/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
31 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:29, p.3
4/28/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
32 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:28, p.3
4/21/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
33 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:27, p.3
4/14/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
34 Notice received: Army detachment to close in June
College Eye 35:26, p.1
4/7/1944 Army Air Corps detachment will leave by June 30, 1944.
35 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:26, p.3
4/7/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
36 Listening time
Alumnus 28:2, p.7
4/1/1944 Survey of ISTC radio programming shows preference for music over educational broadcasts; many campus groups including military personnel perform.
37 Old Gold annual dance is flavored with khaki
Alumnus 28:2, p.16
4/1/1944 Cadets, and many others, enjoy dance; Old Gold Beauties named; photo.
38 Tree-lighting ceremony started
Alumnus 28:2, p.11
4/1/1944 Students, WAVES, and cadets sing carols; President Price lights tree in ceremony between Commons and Campanile.
39 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:25, p.5
3/31/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
40 Chaplain Martin to give chapel sermon
College Eye 35:24, p.1
3/24/1944 Albert E. Martin will speak; photo.
41 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 35:24, p.2
3/24/1944 Events and meetings scheduled; student recital; life saving corps; singing; art exhibits; choir rehearsals; playnight; fireside meditations.
42 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:24, p.3
3/24/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
43 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:23, p.3
3/17/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
44 Continuing campus good will marks Air Corps anniversary
College Eye 35:22, p.2
3/10/1944 One year mark of the first Army Air Corps arrival at T. C.
45 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:22, p.4
3/10/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
46 Army aviation student finds training different than radio experiences
College Eye 35:21, p.4
2/18/1944 Profile of Robert Pfeiffer.
47 Favorite singer talented, trained
College Eye 35:21, p.4
2/18/1944 Profile of Ralph Kamensky.
48 Lt. LeMasters leaves training detachment for Milwaukee station
College Eye 35:21, p.5
49 Meet the army!; presenting Sgt. Philip C. Macaluso
College Eye 35:21, p.4
2/18/1944 Profile.
50 Three return to school with wings
College Eye 35:21, p.4
2/18/1944 John Berg, George G. Clark, and Russell Conrow are fighter pilots.


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