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Dutch Elm Disease

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Title Date Summary
1 Getting started
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.27
7/1/1990 A look at the earliest days of the Normal School; description of living conditions; photo.
2 Beauty destroyed
Marshall--Trula Cox
UNI Century 2:4, p.1
10/1/1974 Poem about elm destruction; elm sculpture finished; photo.
3 Sculpture gives beauty from tragic death
Colonnese--Tom G.
Northern Iowan 70:58, p.7
6/28/1974 John Faust talks about his elm sculpture; photo.
4 Monument to an elm tree
UNI Century 2:3, p.5
6/1/1974 John Faust talks about the figure he is carving in an elm near the Lutheran Student Center; photo.
5 "That ten ton hunk of tree"; art student carves memorial sculpture
Northern Iowan 70:43, p.5
3/22/1974 John Faust talks about his sculpture and his plans for life; photo.
6 Trees purchased
Northern Iowan 70:26, p.3
1/8/1974 Tomahawk has purchased trees which have been planted east of Seerley Hall.
7 Class gift keeps on "growing"
UNI Century 1:4, p.2
10/1/1973 Class of 1972 donates money to replace trees killed by elm disease.
8 Need a project?
Northern Iowan 70:4, p.2
9/25/1973 Urges students to consider campus beautification projects.
9 Untitled
Cook--Ken C.
Northern Iowan 69:58, p.1
6/29/1973 New trees have slowly been replacing those that were removed due to Dutch elm disease; photo.
10 Class of '72 presents gift of trees
Northern Iowan 69:55, p.3
5/15/1973 Will begin to replace trees killed by Dutch elm disease; 325 diseased trees have been removed; 395 new trees have been planted.
11 Replacing trees chosen as project
Alumnus 57:3, p.8
9/1/1972 Class of 1972 selects replacement of trees killed by Dutch elm disease as project; pledge $2500; photo.
12 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 3:3, p.182
4/1/1972 Class of 1972 will contribute to replanting of trees; Class of 1965 donates speakers to Union; Igor Kipnis and the Warsaw Quintet perform.
13 "Tree" project needs donations, volunteers
Northern Iowan 68:39, p.11
3/10/1972 Class of 1972 seeks donations to pay for tree replacement on campus.
14 'Beware--life in progress'; the UNI biological preserve
Northern Iowan 68:31, p.6
2/11/1972 Vandalism and unintentional damage disrupt research in University Avenue preserve.
15 Dutch Elm Disease: death toll of 300 on UNI campus
Grimes--Vicki King (Public Relations Staff)
Alumnus 57:1, p.3
2/1/1972 Detailed report on the progress of the disease across campus, including "before and after" shots; about 160 elms are still alive; photo.
16 Untitled
Alumnus 57:1, p.Front cover
2/1/1972 Diseased elm near College Street felled by machinery; photo.
17 Cutline
Public Relations News Release 1972:268, p.1
1/28/1972 Dutch elm disease turned this former woodlot into open space at the UNI Biological Preserve. Prof. Dixon L. Riggs can be seen here surveying the result.
18 Nudity on the UNI campus
Ogden--Ginger Lee
UNI Quarterly 3:2, p.83
1/1/1972 Dutch elm disease forces removal of 126 trees this year and 120 trees last year; campus looks different; photo.
19 UNI's elms won't be replaced; 'lack of funds'
Taylor--George W.
Northern Iowan 68:17, p.7
11/12/1971 75-80% of elms will have been removed by the end of this year; little progress on replanting; photo.
20 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 3:1, p.38
10/1/1971 Collection of short articles about recent campus events and activities; photo.
21 Elm disease takes UNI toll
Northern Iowan 67:25, p.5
12/18/1970 About ninety more large elms have been removed; photo.
22 Removal of Diseased Elm Trees Planned
Public Relations News Release 1970:250, p.1
12/11/1970 UNI will remove 90 diseased Elm trees from the campus and adjacent UNI property.
23 Untitled
Taylor--George W.
Northern Iowan 67:2, p.1
9/22/1970 Dutch elm disease claimed many trees on the UNI campus; more marked for cutting; photo.
24 UNI Landscape Planner Discusses Dutch Elm Disease
Public Relations News Release 1969:727, p.1
8/3/1970 The European elm bark beetle causes havoc on elm trees at UNI. Bailey estimates that 35-40 trees on the central campus, 20-25 at the biological preserve and 5 at the golf course will have to come out this year.
25 Elms we never again shall see
College Eye 63:61, p.1
7/21/1967 Many campus trees are being cut down due to Dutch Elm Disease; photo.
26 1963 Tree Care Program to protect campus elms
College Eye 58:1, p.5
9/20/1963 Roger Wardin talks about the aggressive program underway that will attempt to save the elm trees.
27 Untitled
College Eye 58:1, p.4
9/20/1963 Man trims deadwood and low branches from elm trees on campus; part of elm tree care program; photo.
28 Untitled
College Eye 57:38, p.1
7/26/1963 Marlyn Helmers tries to save diseased trees on campus; photo.
29 Begin fight to save elms
Alumnus 42:1, p.4
2/1/1958 Survey and sanitation program begun.
30 TC begins campaign against disease of campus elm trees
College Eye 49:9, p.6
11/8/1957 Crew will trim and spray campus trees; 90% of campus trees are elms; brief history of the disease.

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