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Calderwood--Arthur J. (Class of 1901)

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Title Date Summary
1 Arthur J. Calderwood dies
Alumnus 32:2, p.18
4/1/1948 Died December 8, 1947; obituary.
2 Mrs. Elmer Wood (Ruby E. Calderwood)
Alumnus 25:1, p.31
1/1/1941 Died July 31, 1940 in Moulton. Surviving are her husband, whom she married in 1903, three children, Hugh, Maryetta, and Dan, two grandchildren, Hugh, Jr., and Rex Wood. John B. Calderwood of Grundy Center, and Arthur J. Calderwood are surviving brothers.
3 Arthur J. Calderwood
Alumnus 23:1, p.20
1/1/1939 Has been engaged in farming on the family homestead in Tama County, near Traer, Iowa. He has served upon the Tama County Board of Education and has exercised helpful community leadership in many lines. His brother William S. is deceased.
4 Arthur J. Calderwood
Normal Eyte 20:22, p.370
2/23/1910 Visited friends on the Hill.
5 A party of young folks
Normal Eyte 12:20, p.313
2/15/1902 Group from Traer visited campus.
6 Arthur Calderwood
Normal Eyte 12:18, p.280
2/1/1902 Visited campus.
7 Commencement exercises
Normal Eyte 11:35, p.856
6/13/1901 Description of extensive program of activities.
8 Mr. Calderwood
Normal Eyte 11:29, p.715
4/27/1901 Visited Traer.
9 Appointment, promotions, and assignments I. S. N. S. Battalion, spring term 1901
Normal Eyte 11:24, p.582
3/23/1901 Roster of cadet leaders.
10 Will Stoakes
Normal Eyte 10:19, p.463
2/9/1901 Visited brother Charles and cousin Arthur Calderwood.
11 Aristo Hall
Normal Eyte 9:19, p.447
2/17/1900 Held debate.
12 A number of students
Normal Eyte 9:12, p.283
12/9/1899 Many former students have enrolled for the winter term.
13 Orio
Normal Eyte 7:25, p.15
3/26/1898 Account of recent meeting.
14 Quite a number of boys
Normal Eyte 7:9, p.106
11/6/1897 Went home to vote.
15 Mr. Calderwood
Normal Eyte 6:19, p.223
2/13/1897 Visited sister and brother.
16 Society notes
Normal Eyte 5:32, p.317
5/23/1896 Description of Orio, Zetalethean, and joint sessions; report of receipts of literary society sessions in 1895-1896.

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