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Title Date Summary
501 Halcash sez
College Eye 39:36, p.2
7/2/1948 Eating lunch on College Hill.
502 Krogh Grotto restores health, saves life, satisfies dream
College Eye 39:33, p.3
6/11/1948 Profile of A. J. Krogh, who began building a grotto in 1929 at 2010 Clay Street in order to recover his health; description of the grotto.
503 Gaddis raises plants and fish; first aquarium was piano
Davis--Helen Mae (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:24, p.4
3/26/1948 College Hill resident Walter Gaddis talks about his hobbies.
504 Move playground to campus area
College Eye 38:41, p.3
8/1/1947 Had been located at corner of Seerley Boulevard and Iowa Street.
505 Roger's Rambling Remarks
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:20, p.2
2/14/1947 News around campus and suggestions for improvement.
506 Social setup has changed on campus; good reason
Nordskog--Paul (Student--1946)
College Eye 38:13, p.6
12/13/1946 Lengthy look at the social situation on the post-war campus; some complain that veterans do not participate in the traditional social aspects of college life; plans to build movie theater on College Hill.
507 The new cobbler
Alumnus 30:4, p.21
10/1/1946 Glenn Boggs buys College Hill shoe repair business from Peter (Pop) Mortensen; photo.
508 Mrs. Rownd dies
Alumnus 30:2, p.22
4/1/1946 Well-known boardinghouse owner Mrs. William S. Rownd (Martha Lidengton) died December 11, 1945; ran Rownd Hall at 2213 College Street for thirty-seven years.
509 Pop saves soles
Alumnus 30:1, p.6
1/1/1946 Pop Mortensen, who has repaired shoes in a shop across from Berg's Drugstore for twenty years, talks about his work.
510 Women more trouble says veteran janitor
College Eye 36:12, p.4
12/1/1944 Bert Corning talks about the changes he has seen on campus in his twenty-three years as janitor.
511 Normal Hill is unforgettable
Meacham--Lucy Helen (Class of 1897)
Alumnus 28:2, p.15
4/1/1944 Lucy Meacham briefly recounts the experience of seeing College Hill for first time in 1896.
512 Dog Town
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1940 Brief description of the event; photo.
513 Teachers College has many traditions; Campanile, Crossroads are cited
College Eye 30:43, p.1
8/18/1939 Advice to new students about how to spend their recreational time.
514 Then and now
Bartlett--William A. (Class of 1883)
Alumnus 23:3, p.7
7/1/1939 Alumnus W. A. Bartlett contrasts recent visit to ISTC with memories of the old days.
515 Traditions are near and dear to all students
College Eye 30:1, p.1
9/2/1938 Tells freshmen about campus traditions.
516 New home of Dr. S. C. Larson has style of its own
College Eye 29:38, p.3
7/1/1938 Selmer Larson hopes to move into new home on Merner Avenue in August; photo.
517 Safety, please
College Eye 29:36, p.1
6/17/1938 Urges students to drive safely.
518 Students violate traffic rules
College Eye 29:36, p.1
6/17/1938 Survey shows high rate of violation in College Hill area.
519 "George" keeps men out of trouble
College Eye 29:16, p.1
1/14/1938 George Counsell is the Cedar Falls police office on the College Hill beat; has never arrested a student; explains how he goes about his duties.
520 Oldster C. Ray Aurner recalls student life in the Nineties
Alumnus 22:1, p.3
1/1/1938 Alumnus recalls experiences of living on College Hill and going to school in the 1880s and 1890s; recalls faculty, serving as secretary to President Seerley, selling schoolbooks, rooming houses.
521 Art class paints College Hill
College Eye 28:40, p.2
7/9/1937 Professor Horns' class attempts to paint pictures of the Hill.
522 Waitresses are sorely tried by the orders given by customers
College Eye 27:11, p.2
8/7/1936 Waitresses tell of strange orders.
523 Five of seven children choose Iowa State Teachers College
Alumnus 20:2, p.10
4/1/1936 Alumnus Herman Mueller recalls early days of institution; life on College Hill; members of his family who attended school here.
524 Hill organizations decorate houses for Homecoming
College Eye 27:17, p.1
10/18/1935 Fraternities and other organizations will decorate.
525 A penny yearned is a penny saved
College Eye 26:43, p.1
5/17/1935 Student retrieves lost coin.
526 No caps, no gowns, but smiles belied professor's frowns
Alumnus 18:4, p.8
10/1/1934 George H. Olmsted recalls early days of school.
527 A town some day
Alumnus 17:2, p.10
4/1/1933 President Seerley's 1890 vision for College Hill.
528 The annual Homecoming celebration
Public Relations News Release 1931:61, p.1
10/21/1931 Homecoming festivities announced; committees listed.
529 Do you patronize the pop-corn stands?
College Eye 23:11, p.2
8/14/1931 Students go through about sixty bushels of popcorn weekly; now four stands on the Hill.
530 "Whatever this campus is, 'Jim' Robinson has made it," says President Emeritus Seerley of former superintendent of buildings and grounds
College Eye 23:9, p.1
7/31/1931 Memories of J. E. Robinson's time as campus grounds superintendent.
531 Grade points and hot weather fail to worry College Hill favorite
College Eye 23:7, p.1
7/17/1931 Young dog has fun on College Hill.
532 Driverless Dodge displays heroism
College Eye 23:4, p.1
6/26/1931 Car rolls down College Hill; no one hurt.
533 Change made in location of Bancroft's Floral Shop
College Eye 22:30, p.2
5/8/1931 Will change location of Main Street store, but greenhouse operation will remain on 12th Street.
534 Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.17
6/1/1930 Photo.
535 West Campus
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1930 Photo.
536 House mothers organize at meeting
College Eye 21:32, p.6
5/16/1930 Group offers opportunity to get acquainted and discuss problems.
537 Untitled
Alumnus 14:1, p.2
1/1/1930 Snowy winter scene along College Street; photo.
538 Untitled
Old Gold 0:0, p.127
6/1/1929 Campanile, Bartlett Hall, river, College Hill; photo.
539 Band plays at Hill Park tonight
College Eye 19:42, p.7
7/12/1928 Dedicate new fountain at College Hill Park.
540 A glimpse of College Hill on days gone by
College Eye 19:14, p.1
12/7/1927 An old photo of college hill.
541 Remodel buildings on College Hill; cost estimated at $6,000
College Eye 18:10, p.1
9/15/1926 College Inn, Student Supply Store, and Gentle Fruit and Confectionary undergo remodeling and expansion.
542 New committee organized to formulate plans for Union Church on College Hill
College Eye 18:7, p.7
7/23/1926 Studying local and state reaction to formation of a church.
543 Prepare drive for community church; College Hill to be given place for union services
College Eye 18:2, p.1
6/18/1926 Committee of Seventeen has been holding services in the auditorium for two years; now may be time to organize a formal church.
544 Dogtown growing up will be new Chicago
College Eye 17:37, p.1
3/24/1926 Brief history of College Hill business community; new Berg's Drugstore under construction.
545 The tale of Dogtown
College Eye 17:37, p.5
3/24/1926 Attempts to determine why College Hill is called Dogtown.
546 Merchants' window display night Apr. 2
College Eye 16:26, p.3
3/18/1925 All show windows will be dressed up.
547 Only twenty-one families on Hill have no church affiliation
College Eye 16:21, p.8
2/11/1925 Results from survey of church affiliations.
548 Why not a community church?
College Eye 16:21, p.4
2/11/1925 Many students favor a church on the Hill, but desire a community church, but many also do not wish to abandon their particular denomination.
549 The Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 16:20, p.3
2/4/1925 Students asked their opinions concerning the fraternities and sororities on the Hill.
550 Religious Council formed on Hill
College Eye 16:18, p.8
1/21/1925 Student pastors, Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. presidents, and others gathered to form a Religious Council that will organize Christian work and eliminate competition.


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