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Campanile

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351 TC's Campanile is vivid in College's past
Madson--Grace E. (Student--1955)
College Eye 47:32, p.7
5/25/1956 History of the Campanile and its clock; photo.
352 Campanile clock confuses campus
College Eye 47:22, p.5
3/16/1956 Clock hands are locked on south face of Campanile.
353 The Campanile
Alumnus 39:4, p.10
12/1/1955 Brief history of the Campanile; photo.
354 Untitled
Alumnus 39:4, p.Front Cover
12/1/1955 Student at keyboard in Campanile; photo.
355 Traditional Campanile concert on Saturday is mark of Homecoming
College Eye 47:8, p.1
10/28/1955 Curtis Noble will play.
356 Bird's Eye View
Old Gold 0:0, p.Inside Front Cover
6/1/1955 This issue of the Old Gold opens up with a view of the campus and of Cedar Falls from the air. Included in the photo is the Campanile, Wright Hall, Seerley Hall, Sabin Hall, and other buildings; photo.
357 Graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.254
6/1/1955 Photo of students dressed in cap and gowns on campus near the campanile; photo.
358 Landmarks on the TC campus
Stanwood--Paul Grant (Student--1953-1954--1956)
College Eye 46:3, p.2
9/24/1954 Skyline composed of silo and Campanile is comparable to city skyline of Detroit.
359 Landmarks on the TC campus; or who dropped the shot in the bell tower?
Stanwood--Paul Grant (Student--1953-1954--1956)
College Eye 46:2, p.2
9/17/1954 Tribute to the value of the Campanile.
360 Campanile first heard in 1926
Auld--Lawrence W. S. (Student--1954)
College Eye 45:40, p.3
8/6/1954 A look at the Campanile bells.
361 Campanile, a symbol of I.S.T.C.
Edwards--James R. (Student--1954)
College Eye 45:34, p.3
6/25/1954 Brief history of the Campanile.
362 Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.10
6/1/1954 Photo.
363 Traditions
Old Gold 0:0, p.31
6/1/1954 Photo.
364 Art clangs out daily Campanile concert
College Eye 44:38, p.3
7/17/1953 Profile of Art Blankers, who plays the chimes in the Campanile; photo.
365 Our campus
Old Gold 0:0, p.10
6/1/1953 Baker Hall and the Campanile; photo.
366 Time-worn clocks earn retirement
College Eye 44:22, p.3
3/6/1953 Campus is installing new clocks; old clocks had been in place for forty years; photo.
367 Plambeck renders daily concerts from Campanile
Heskett--James Lee (Class of 1954)
College Eye 44:20, p.3
2/20/1953 Frank Plambeck talks about playing the chimes in the Campanile; photo.
368 The Campanile can't tell time
College Eye 43:31, p.2
5/23/1952 Claims that a certain amount of school spirit is taken away when the Campanile clocks are incorrect.
369 Campanile will play for prayer observance
College Eye 43:19, p.1
2/22/1952 Student Christian Association will sponsor campus observance.
370 Special to: Odebolt Chronicle
Public Relations News Release 1951:87, p.1
10/19/1951 Duane Thayer, Odebolt, a senior student at the college, is pictured on the cover of the October issue of Midland Schools, monthly magazine published by the Iowa State Education Association. The picture was taken west of the Campanile on campus.
371 The Music Goes Round & Round
Weldin--Patricia Lee (Student--1951-1952)
College Eye 43:5, p.2
10/19/1951 Looking at the concerts on campus and other miscellaneous music.
372 Campanile to get new striking unit
College Eye 42:38, p.1
7/20/1951 Will strike the hours, but not the quarter hours.
373 Campanile houses historic timepiece
Kodani--June (Student-- 1951-1953)
College Eye 42:37, p.6
7/13/1951 A history of the Campanile and its clock.
374 Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.12
6/1/1951 Photo.
375 Eighteen organizations will participate in the third annual open air sing Wednesday evening, May 16, at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:364, p.1
5/15/1951 Baker hall, men's residence hall, has twice won the traveling trophy presented to the winning group. If the Baker men win again this year they will keep the trophy permanently.
376 Untitled
College Eye 42:25, p.1
4/5/1951 Two aerial views of campus with buildings identified.
377 Three departments, home economics, mathematics, and science,will sponsor Open House Sunday, April 8
Public Relations News Release 1950:288, p.1
4/3/1951 Visitors may inspect any of the departments between 2 and 4:30 p.m. in the Vocational building, southeast of the campanile.
378 "Religion in Life" week starts Sunday at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:188, p.1
1/24/1951 A theme of personal religion, "What Religion Means to Me," will culminate the four-day "Religion in Life" week. Student-led groups will meet the first three nights in eleven student centers to discuss the campus, job, and world-outlook phases of the theme
379 Teachers College Campanile houses world famous clock
College Eye 42:15, p.2
1/19/1951 History of the chimes and clock.
380 "Religion in Life" week at ISTC is January 28-31
Public Relations News Release 1950:180, p.1
1/17/1951 Three religious leaders, representing Jewish, Catholic and Protestant faiths, will keynote this year's four-day program. The theme is "What Religion Means to Me." The leaders are: Harold E. Bernhard, Rabbi Joseph Buchler, and Father James A. Vanderpool.
381 Christmas Season Opens at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:152, p.1
12/7/1950 Over seven inches of snow has given the campus a Christmas card setting, certainly appropriate for the round of Christmas events which started last night with the tree lighting ceremony.
382 President Maucker to open ISTC Christmas season
Public Relations News Release 1950:149, p.1
12/4/1950 The season will open officially with President J. W. Maucker's lighting of the college Christmas tree. Carols will be played on the campanile chimes just before the tree-lighting ceremony south of the Commons. Group caroling will follow the ceremony.
383 Fasoldt clock
Public Relations News Release 1950:91, p.1
10/27/1950 The famous Fasoldt clock, world prize winner over Swiss and French competition at the Philadelphia Centenial exposition in 1876, is housed in the 100-foot campanile at the college in Cedar Falls.
384 Iowa State Teachers college Campanile
Public Relations News Release 1950:91, p.1
10/27/1950 The 15 bells in the campanile at the college, Cedar Falls, are more and heavier (15 tons) than on any college campus in the nation.
385 Twice a day except Saturday a music student climbs a circular iron stairway to the "control" floor of the 100-foot high campanile
Public Relations News Release 1950:92, p.1
10/27/1950 Fifteen mammoth bells, rung by hand, peal out musical reminders to oldtimers on the 250-acre campus--reminders of the unique history of the campanile's world-famous Fasoldt clock, and of the equally renowned Meneely Bell foundry.
386 Rich Autumn setting greets TC homecomers
Public Relations News Release 1950:71, p.1
10/12/1950 O. R. Latham stadium will be the scene of most of Saturday night's action. President J. W. Maucker will crown the Homecoming "I" Queen. On Saturday morning's program are a girls' field hockey game, and the judging of house decoration contest entries.
387 No conflict in time; Campanile now fixed
College Eye 42:3, p.6
9/29/1950 Clock faces now tell correct time.
388 Seen from the Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1950 Brief description of the campanile; photo.
389 The 1949 Homecoming
Old Gold 0:0, p.18
6/1/1950 Important events; photo.
390 Tree-lighting program will open season
College Eye 41:12, p.1
12/9/1949 A Campanile concert will call students to the ceremony; photo.
391 Campanile clock chimes again
Alumnus 33:3, p.Back Cover
7/1/1949 Electromagnetic coils have been replaced so that hours can be chimed again; had malfunctioned during World War II; photo.
392 Campanile chimes again mark passing of each quarter hour
College Eye 40:31, p.6
6/10/1949 Strike each quarter between 7AM and 10PM; brief history of the Campanile and its chimes; photo.
393 The Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.4
6/1/1949 Photo.
394 Campanile will chime on each quarter hour
College Eye 40:30, p.3
5/13/1949 Mechanism repaired so that Westminster changes will be rung for first time in seven years.
395 Perrine visits Teachers College
College Eye 40:10, p.3
11/19/1948 Profile of J. O. Perrine, who was involved in bringing the Fasoldt clock to campus.
396 Victory bells will tell of Panther victory
College Eye 40:9, p.8
11/12/1948 Women's League attempting to establish new tradition; if Panthers win, the Campanile bells will toll.
397 More and heavier bells puts Campanile first in country
College Eye 39:40, p.3
7/30/1948 Lengthy description of the physical structure of the Campanile.
398 Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.7
6/1/1948 A view from the ground of the Campanile with the trees framing the photo; photo.
399 Lawther Hall Addition
Old Gold 0:0, p.5
6/1/1948 An air view of the campus shows the work being done on Lawther Hall, also showing the Campanile, Women's Gym, and other buildings on campus; photo.
400 Progressive education today will provide for a strong and peaceful nation tomorrow
Old Gold 0:0, p.286
6/1/1948 Brief description of the school year; photo.

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