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Fields--Harry E. (Classes of 1900 and 1904)

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Title Date Summary
1 Taxidermy '00
Alumnus 34:3, p.5
9/1/1950 Harry Fields views specimens that he mounted fifty years ago; photo.
2 Harry Basill Fields
Alumnus 14:2, p.29
4/1/1930 Son of Harry E. Fields; employed as a geologist and Standard Oil engineer in Venezuela. He speaks, writes, and conducts business in Spanish.
3 Harry E. Fields
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.4
4/1/1920 Harry E. Fields and family visited Mrs. Samuel Rownd, mother of Lida Rownd-Fields, this winter.
4 Harry Fields
College Eye 2:4, p.3
9/26/1912 Will study dentistry in Iowa City.
5 Harry J. Fields
College Eye 1:13, p.6
1/10/1912 Has become a expert at wheat farming and is a supplier to the government now.
6 Harry E. Fields
Normal Eyte 17:20, p.315
2/13/1907 Returned to Canada.
7 Harry E. Fields
Normal Eyte 15:14, p.217
12/14/1904 Is living in Regina, Canada.
8 At the close of the winter term
Normal Eyte 14:25, p.400
3/19/1904 Roster of those who received degrees or certificates.
9 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 12:16, p.251
1/18/1902 Attended chapel.
10 Harry E. Fields
Normal Eyte 10:12, p.283
12/8/1900 Brief profile of assistant taxidermist; photo.
11 Fields-Rownd
Normal Eyte 10:5, p.106
10/13/1900 Brief account of marriage of Lyda Rownd and Harry Fields.
12 The marriage of Lyda Rownd and Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 10:5, p.106
10/13/1900 Occurred October 3, 1900.
13 Harry E. Fields
Normal Eyte 10:4, p.83
10/6/1900 Married Lyda Rownd.
14 Official
Normal Eyte 10:3, p.54
9/29/1900 Will continue with Museum collections; Athletic Association granted instructor with director to follow; Auditorium Building work continues; extensive grading on northeast corner of campus in connection with extension of street railway onto campus.
15 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 9:3, p.60
9/30/1899 Back in school.
16 C. E. Steele
Normal Eyte 8:17, p.237
1/21/1899 Discharged from army; now visiting Fields farm.
17 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 8:14, p.196
12/10/1898 Injured foot when he stepped on a rusty nail.
18 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 8:11, p.156
11/19/1898 Brought duck specimen to museum.
19 Society notes
Normal Eyte 7:36, p.17
6/18/1898 Quick look at the term's last sessions; resolutions of condolence.
20 Professor Newton
Normal Eyte 7:33, p.15
5/21/1898 Description of new museum specimens.
21 Philo
Normal Eyte 7:25, p.14
3/26/1898 Account of recent debate and oratory program.
22 Changes in cadet battalion
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.114
11/13/1897 Roster of changes.
23 Triangular debate
Normal Eyte 7:9, p.98
11/6/1897 Description of the Philo-Aristo-Orio debates; Orios come out ahead.
24 Come out to hear the inter-society debate
Normal Eyte 7:8, p.92
10/30/1897 Will debate graduated income tax.
25 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 7:8, p.92
10/30/1897 Has eye trouble.
26 Museum notes
Normal Eyte 6:27, p.315
4/24/1897 G. W. Walters is preparing so many new specimens that he will need a new case.
27 Several specimens
Normal Eyte 6:22, p.261
3/20/1897 Added to Museum collection.
28 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 6:21, p.247
2/27/1897 Brings hawk specimen for taxidermy.
29 Contributions to Museum
Normal Eyte 6:20, p.236
2/20/1897 Thirty specimens mounted and a dozen more are being mounted; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Walters are the taxidermists; Harry Field is contributing specimens.
30 It is very gratifying to note
Normal Eyte 6:18, p.205
2/6/1897 Applauds work of Minnesingers; roster of members.
31 The following are the appointments
Normal Eyte 4:8, p.121
11/3/1894 Roster of officers of student battalion.

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