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Electrical Power

Displaying 101 - 129 of 129
Title Date Summary
101 Electricity class will meet at college
College Eye 4:17, p.6
1/28/1915 Many downtown mechanics and electricians will take course offered by Professor Perrine.
102 Construction of new power house will soon begin
College Eye 3:5, p.88
10/2/1913 Estimated expenditure will be $12,000; will double size of current structure; will include 300 horsepower Corliss engine; will power electrical system.
103 Untitled
College Eye 1:3, p.7
9/27/1911 Petition for City of Cedar Falls to pay for electric lighting on College Hill.
104 President moves into new house; residence is complete in every way; home fitted with all modern conveniences.
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.90
10/6/1909 Description of the new house and its arrangement; James E. Robinson designed, planned, and supervised construction of the building.
105 Official
Normal Eyte 18:29, p.452
5/6/1908 Bruce Francis will be superintendent in Washington, Iowa; Clarence Steele doing well in Montana; Trustees make decisions on Library and President's House; adopt plan to determine rank and salaries of faculty.
106 The resolutions appearing
Normal Eyte 18:11, p.163
11/20/1907 E. Herbert Smith died by electrocution in Professor Dick's house; Virgil Simmers discovered him after the accident; students extend sympathies to his family and friends.
107 The saddest accident in the history of Normal school
Normal Eyte 16:16, p.253
1/17/1906 Janitor I. G. Long killed in fall from roof.
108 Official news
Normal Eyte 14:20, p.320
2/6/1904 More shelves will be purchased for the library; lighting will be installed between the bookshelves.
109 Almost perpetual motion; the new automatic electric clocks need no winding and are accurate in the extreme
Normal Eyte 14:2, p.18
9/12/1903 Description of the new clock mechanism.
110 A new electric clock
Normal Eyte 13:31, p.489
5/9/1903 Installed in office.
111 Board of Trustees meeting
Normal Eyte 13:2, p.18
9/13/1902 Military drill reorganized; military and physical training work more closely associated; committee will plan for new buildings on quadrangle; President Seerley will visit Eastern schools; Superintendent Robinson will have an electrician.
112 Farewell address to the nineteenth century
Normal Eyte 10:14, p.332
1/3/1901 A poetic look at progress with references to ISNS students thrown in.
113 A petition is being circulated
Normal Eyte 9:29, p.690
5/5/1900 To install electric lights between Cedar Falls and College Hill.
114 Zeta public
Normal Eyte 9:25, p.599
4/7/1900 Presented "The Little Minister".
115 The Board is considering the propriety
Normal Eyte 8:14, p.194
12/10/1898 May add electricity for lab work.
116 Among the improvements
Normal Eyte 8:4, p.56
10/1/1898 Electric lights installed in chapel.
117 The Board of Trustees
Normal Eyte 7:36, p.6
6/18/1898 News of recent action including electricity for the chapel, new musical organizations, and contracts with the local school district.
118 The gentlemen's society halls
Normal Eyte 7:20, p.13
2/5/1898 Everyone appreciates the new electric lights in the society halls.
119 The new electric lights
Normal Eyte 7:15, p.180
12/18/1897 Turned on Thursday evening.
120 Biennial period, 1895-1897; the President's report
Normal Eyte 7:11, p.123
11/20/1897 President Seerley reports on the Special Primary course, the Old Administration Building, the science, geography, and drawing curricula, the Student Battalion, electrical service, and a penmanship course.
121 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.41
10/2/1897 Student Battalion has selected officers; approve changes in courses of study; will introduce electricity on campus; will plan winter term soon; instruments and uniforms for band and orchestra arrive.
122 Cedar Falls is to have a new system of lights
Normal Eyte 7:1, p.11
9/11/1897 Light plant now under construction.
123 We notice in one of the Waterloo papers
Normal Eyte 5:28, p.265
4/25/1896 Electric line will be built; exact location unclear.
124 There seems to be a great building boom
Normal Eyte 4:12, p.187
12/1/1894 Following annexation by Cedar Falls, there is much activity on College Hill; new bookstore, grocery store, houses; can electric light be on the way?
125 The clock which rings the electric bells
Normal Eyte 1:18, p.141
5/17/1892 Has been malfunctioning.
126 The blizzard of last Wednesday and Thursday
Normal Eyte 1:10, p.73
3/15/1892 Humorous account of recent blizzard.
127 Electricity
Thomas--Samuel L. (Class of 1892; Science Faculty)
Normal Eyte 1:9, p.66
3/8/1892 A history of electricity.
128 Our Normal course of lectures
Students' Offering 5:16, p.6
2/1/1881 Professor Gilchrist gives entertaining lecture on electricity.
129 The students were entertained
Students' Offering 3:9, p.7
12/1/1879 Principal Gilchrist gives demonstration on electricity.


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