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Draper--Clarence Arthur (Class of 1893)

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1 Clarence A. Draper
Alumnus 30:3, p.31
7/1/1946 Died at his home in Waterloo, January 1, 1946. He taught school; was a principal at New Hartford, New Hampton, and Parkersburg; had a grocery in Waterloo, and worked with an insurance company. Surviving are his wife and five children.
2 C. A. Draper
Normal Eyte 9:22, p.520
3/10/1900 Was principle of Ossian schools and now is enrolled as a law student at the State University.
3 The following is a complete list
Normal Eyte 9:6, p.128
10/21/1899 Roster of those attending University of Iowa.
4 C. A. Draper
Normal Eyte 8:8, p.110
10/29/1898 Principal at Ossian.
5 The M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.437
6/12/1897 History of the association.
6 Among the ex-Normalites
Normal Eyte 6:1, p.9
9/12/1896 Roster of visitors.
7 Mr. Draper
Normal Eyte 5:26, p.245
4/11/1896 Visited campus.
8 The M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 4:36, p.604
6/19/1895 A look at the year's activities; brief history of the group.
9 Mr. Miller's place at Parkersburg
Normal Eyte 4:32, p.504
5/18/1895 C. A. Draper will take that job.
10 On account of her brother's illness
Normal Eyte 4:31, p.489
5/11/1895 Amy Draper has gone to assist in his school.
11 Following are some of the alumni
Normal Eyte 4:10, p.153
11/17/1894 Roster of those who attended the recent Northeast Iowa Teachers meeting in Waterloo.
12 C. A. Draper
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.40
9/29/1894 Teaching at New Hartford.
13 Being unable
Normal Eyte 4:1, p.6
9/15/1894 Field and School Naturalist did not succeed financially; subscriptions will be filled with another periodical.
14 C. A. Draper
Normal Eyte 3:35, p.277
6/2/1894 Will be principal at New Hartford.
15 The next meeting of the M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 3:29, p.232
4/21/1894 List of speakers and topics.
16 We insert the following note with pleasure
Normal Eyte 3:26, p.205
3/31/1894 President Seerley strongly recommends the Field and School Naturalist.
17 The first issue of The Field and School Naturalist
Normal Eyte 3:22, p.169
2/24/1894 Praise for the efforts of Professor Arey and Mr. Draper.
18 The first issue
Normal Eyte 3:20, p.159
2/10/1894 Field and School Naturalist will appear.
19 Mr. Draper
Normal Eyte 3:19, p.151
2/3/1894 Drumming up support for new journal.
20 During vacation
Normal Eyte 3:16, p.128
1/13/1894 Postcards sent out soliciting subscriptions to natural history periodical.
21 Mr. Draper
Normal Eyte 3:14, p.112
12/9/1893 Has two hundred subscribers for proposed natural history journal; needs five hundred.
22 Prof. Arey and Mr. Draper
Normal Eyte 3:14, p.110
12/9/1893 Receiving support for new natural history periodical.
23 The Field and School Naturalist
Normal Eyte 3:14, p.112
12/9/1893 Name for proposed periodical.
24 Notice
Normal Eyte 3:13, p.101
12/2/1893 Solicits subscriptions for natural history periodical.
25 Program for meeting of M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 3:2, p.16
9/16/1893 Speakers and topics.
26 The M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 2:37, p.284
6/17/1893 Elect officers.
27 The small college
Draper--Clarence Arthur (Class of 1893)
Normal Eyte 2:36, p.276
28 Y. M. & Y. M. C. A.
Normal Eyte 2:32, p.248
5/13/1893 Meeting leaders announced; YWCA officers elected.
29 Philo open session
Normal Eyte 2:28, p.216
4/15/1893 Detailed description of program.
30 The Philo open session
Normal Eyte 2:22, p.177
2/25/1893 Program for session.
31 The S. N. S. Battalion has now completed its organization
Normal Eyte 2:11, p.84
11/22/1892 Hours for indoor drills; roster of commissioned and non-commissioned officers.
32 What caused Mr. Draper to lay aside the pride of his youth
Normal Eyte 2:8, p.64
11/1/1892 Speculates on shaving of mustache.
33 Major Dinwiddie has made the following appointments
Normal Eyte 1:15, p.119
4/26/1892 Roster of officers.

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