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Hodges--John S. (Natural Science Faculty)

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1 Department of Natural Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.24
6/1/1931 Description of the department; photos.
2 Department of Natural Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.28
6/1/1930 Department objectives; photos.
3 J. S. Hodges, taxidermist
Public Relations News Release 1929:397, p.1
4/6/1930 John Hodges will leave ISTC in late April to begin work at the St. Paul Institute; inventory of his work at ISTC.
4 College taxidermist to leave for St. Paul
College Eye 21:26, p.1
4/4/1930 John Hodges will leave ISTC in April for a new job; inventory of his work in the Museum.
5 G. O. Hendrickson
College Eye 21:21, p.2
2/28/1930 Former Professor Hendrickson presents insect collection to Museum
6 G. O. Hendrickson, Ames, former student and instructor
Public Relations News Release 1929:192, p.1
2/2/1930 Donated insects to the college museum.
7 Taxidermist adds new specimens to Museum collection
College Eye 21:14, p.1
1/10/1930 John Hodges returns from New Mexico with animal specimens and pottery.
8 Harold E. Zickefoose
Alumnus 14:1, p.25
1/1/1930 Principal of Wardell High School, Wardell, Missouri, sent the College Museum a collection of bones and pottery which he unearthed from a mound near the Missouri River.
9 E. J. Cable, professor of natural science
Public Relations News Release 1929:110, p.1
12/15/1929 College taxidermist John Hodges, has obtained a mountian lion for the college museum.
10 College taxidermist bags huge cougar
College Eye 21:13, p.1
12/13/1929 John Hodges on hunting expedition in New Mexico.
11 Hunters whose gun fighters itch
Public Relations News Release 1929:55, p.1
11/14/1929 College Taxidermist J. S. Hodges is on a hunting trip in New Mexico.
12 Mexicans and Indians greet taxidermist on arrival in South
College Eye 21:9, p.8
11/8/1929 John Hodges goes on hunting expedition in New Mexico.
13 Spooks and snakes stalk and talk of liberal education
College Eye 21:7, p.1
10/24/1929 A look at the collections in the Museum.
14 College taxidermist receives collection from former student
College Eye 21:4, p.1
10/3/1929 Harold Zickefoose donates bones and pottery.
15 Department of Natural Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.30
6/1/1929 Aims of the department; photos.
16 Pi Beta Alpha
College Eye 20:28, p.5
4/11/1929 Regular meeting held. Members enjoyed a Friday evening picnic.
17 Art League
College Eye 20:24, p.5
3/14/1929 Elect officers, name advisors, heard educational talk on taxidermy.
18 Hodges brings new specimen to museum
College Eye 20:7, p.1
10/25/1928 John Hodges talks about his hunting trip to Oregon.
19 Mr. Hodges, taxidermist
College Eye 19:45, p.8
8/1/1928 Went on specimen collecting trip.
20 Department of Natural Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.33
6/1/1928 Department roster; photos.
21 Another museum attraction
College Eye 19:22, p.1
2/15/1928 Displays deer; photo.
22 One of the opportunities I. S. T. C. offers you; rare collections in museum
College Eye 19:5, p.1
10/5/1927 Students are encouraged to visit the Museum; photo.
23 The Natural Science Department
Cable--Emmett J. (Science Faculty)
Old Gold 0:0, p.31
6/1/1927 Brief overview of the department from Professor Emmett Cable; staff photo.
24 Hodges, taxidermist, returns with moose
College Eye 18:17, p.1
11/3/1926 Killed moose in northern Minnesota; will mount for Museum.
25 Ten inches of animal
College Eye 17:46, p.5
5/26/1926 John Hodges, taxidermist, is trying to determine the identify of an animal discovered near the Cedar River in Janesville.
26 J. S. Hodges, college taxidermist speaks to lions
College Eye 16:21, p.8
2/11/1925 Spoke to Lions Club on taxidermy techniques.
27 Mr. J. S. Hodges
College Eye 14:55, p.4
8/10/1923 Taxidermist to rearrange collections in the museum.

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