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Hull--William N. (Art Faculty)

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1 The principal-elect
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.90
7/1/1990 Detailed sketch of Homer Seerley's personal and educational background; photo.
2 The quest for adequate financial support
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.37
7/1/1990 Early changes in faculty; General Assembly actions affecting the Normal School; the building of the second hall: South Hall, later Old Gilchrist Hall; photo.
3 The Alumni Office received a letter about L. H. Hart's article
Alumnus 35:3, p.14
9/1/1951 Clement L. V. Craft lives in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
4 Picture revives memories of years gone by
Alumnus 16:4, p.13
10/1/1932 Thoughts on seeing a photo of the ISNS faculty of 1885; a look at the early faculty and their lasting influences; photo.
5 "Generals"
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.78
7/1/1926 Professor Wright's account of long student recitations.
6 Drawing and accounts
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.70
7/1/1926 Professor Wright's account of Professor Hull's efforts at the Normal School.
7 Wright's book on school history well illustrates; covers a fifty year period
College Eye 17:40, p.3
4/14/1926 Brief review of "Fifty Years at the Teachers College."
8 Hellen N. Hull-Orr
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.5
1/1/1921 Hull-Orr and husband spent day at ISTC.
9 I. S. N. S. in 1878 and 1879
Rich--Ella (Class of 1882)
College Eye 11:23, p.2
3/10/1920 Ella Rich describes experience of attending college here in its earliest days; describes campus and buildings.
10 Books by members and ex-members of the faculty
College Eye 8:25, p.2
4/18/1917 Bibliography of the work of past and current faculty members.
11 William N. Hull
College Eye 7:12, p.6
12/15/1915 Died November 13, 1915; brief tribute.
12 Professor W. N. Hull
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
12/1/1915 Former member of the faculty died of heart failure November 13, 1915, in California.
13 Official Notes
College Eye 1:4, p.3
10/4/1911 News of alumni, faculty, the Board of Education, and possible job opportunities in the Philippines for I. S. T. C. graduates.
14 Official
Normal Eyte 18:28, p.440
4/29/1908 Owen J. McManus and Cap Miller are running for state Superintendent of Public Instruction; J. M. Hobron writes to President Seerley.
15 Official
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.259
1/29/1908 Charles Farnsworth gave the chapel address; Ida Agnes Baker visited; anniversary announcement for former Professor Hull; candidates for graduation listed; students need to order their alumni badges; Lecture and Entertainment Course review.
16 Books written by our faculty
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.14
6/1/1905 Bibliography of work by Normal School faculty.
17 Professor W. N. Hull, formerly of the faculty
Normal Eyte 12:14, p.220
1/4/1902 Now promotes tea kettle which purifies water.
18 Prof. W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 8:6, p.83
10/15/1898 In Chicago.
19 Faculty; Iowa State Normal School
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.
6/11/1898 Faculty in 1886; photo.
20 The faculty; past and present
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.4
6/11/1898 Brief sketches of all faculty, 1876-1898; growth of the department faculties; photo.
21 Eulogium: on J. C. Gilchrist, by W. N. Hull, his life-long friend
Hull--W. N.
Normal Eyte 7:13, p.147
12/4/1897 Professor Hull's tribute to Professor Gilchrist.
22 A very pleasant impromptu reunion
Normal Eyte 6:30, p.357
5/15/1897 Several Normalites meet in Chicago.
23 Professor W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 6:3, p.27
9/26/1896 Now in Chicago.
24 Prof. W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 3:2, p.15
9/16/1893 Principal of normal school and business college in Harper, Kansas.
25 Professor W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 2:19, p.150
2/4/1893 Resigns Washington position to accept professorship at Emporia.
26 Prof. W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 2:2, p.13
9/20/1892 Will remain in Ellensburg, Washington, for another year.
27 Prof. W. N. Hull
Normal Eyte 1:19, p.150
5/24/1892 Former faculty member now at State Normal School in Washington; will resign and lecture in the West before returning to the East.
28 Professor Hull
Students' Offering 8:37, p.10
6/1/1884 Praise for his bookkeeping publications.
29 Old students and new
Students' Offering 8:36, p.5
5/1/1884 Professor Hull publishes work on bookkeeping.
30 Although "generals" is one of the solemnities
Students' Offering 8:35, p.9
3/1/1884 Humorous observations on audience behavior.
31 The Friday evening lectures
Students' Offering 8:33, p.9
12/1/1883 Faculty deliver lectures.
32 The old students will be interested
Students' Offering 7:28, p.6
2/1/1883 Professor Hull married Emma Young.
33 The degree of A. M.
Students' Offering 7:27, p.5
12/1/1882 Conferred on Professor Hull by Iowa College.
34 Professor Hull
Students' Offering 7:26, p.5
10/1/1882 Goes fishing with brother.
35 Professor Hull has just published
Students' Offering 7:26, p.5
10/1/1882 New drawing book.
36 The first steps in a course of drawing
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 7:26, p.4
10/1/1882 Professor Hull's goals and advice.
37 Bookkeeping
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 6:24, p.5
5/1/1882 Further instructions in bookkeeping.
38 Three views of Richard III
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 6:24, p.1
5/1/1882 Professor Hull's look at Shakespeare's work.
39 Bookkeeping
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 6:23, p.5
3/1/1882 Professor Hull continues his essay on bookkeeping.
40 The D class
Students' Offering 6:23, p.6
3/1/1882 Presents Professor Hull with an upholstered chair.
41 Bookkeeping
Students' Offering 6:22, p.5
2/1/1882 Professor Hull continues his series on bookkeeping.
42 Obituary
Students' Offering 6:22, p.4
2/1/1882 Mrs. W. N. Hull died January 3, 1882, after short illness.
43 Bookkeeping
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 6:21, p.5
12/1/1881 Professor Hull outlines books needed in double entry bookkeeping.
44 Professor Hull
Students' Offering 6:21, p.6
12/1/1881 Delivers new program card to Philomatheans.
45 Y. M. C. A. lecture course
Students' Offering 6:21, p.6
12/1/1881 Will consist of five lectures and one elocutionary entertainment.
46 Bookkeeping
Hull--W. N.
Students' Offering 6:20, p.4
11/1/1881 Professor Hull outlines the field of bookkeeping.
47 Faculty
Students' Offering 5:19, p.10
6/1/1881 Summer plans for the faculty include meetings, institutes, and vacation.
48 The four lectures
Students' Offering 5:17, p.4
3/1/1881 Professors Hull, Gilchrist, Wright, and Bartlett deliver a course of scientific lectures.
49 Professor Hull's lecture on Physiology
Students' Offering 5:16, p.6
2/1/1881 Well attended; used sciopticon to illustrate.
50 Professor Hull and wife
Students' Offering 5:14, p.5
11/1/1880 Travel East.


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