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Kramer--Charles T. (Student--1913)

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1 Lt. Col. Charles T. Kramer
Alumnus 29:1, p.19
1/1/1945 Is now located "somewhere in India" where he is training Chinese officers. His wife resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.
2 Service men's directory
Alumnus 28:1, p.12
1/1/1944 Roster of men in military service, who have graduated from or attended ISTC.
3 Capt. Charles T. Kramer
Alumnus 27:1, p.7
1/1/1943 In the army at Memphis Q. M. C. Depot, in Memphis, Tennessee.
4 Mrs. Charles T. Kramer
Alumnus 23:2, p.4
4/1/1939 Mrs. Kramer is president of Arkansas Home Economics Association; Mr. Kramer works for Farm Security Administration.
5 Mr. Kramer
Alumnus 23:1, p.18
1/1/1939 A former student at the College and a former member of the football team; is in the regional office of the Farm Security Administration in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Kramers reside in Little Rock.
6 Chas. T. Kramer
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.6
7/1/1921 Charles T. Kramer teaches in Wattensaw, Arkansas with his wife, Esther Grace Shoemaker-Kramer. The couple donate a specimen of lunar moth to the college museum.
7 Charles T. Kramer
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Charles T. Kramer, Private First Class, admitted to Artillery Officers Training and Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant.
8 Our honor list; these men are in Uncle Sam's army. To them we dedicate this issue
College Eye 9:12, p.1
12/19/1917 Roster of men in military service.
9 Marriages 2
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Esther Shoemaker married Charles Kramer June 12, 1917.
10 An announcement party
College Eye 8:24, p.5
4/11/1917 The wedding of Esther Grace Shoemaker to Charles P. Kramer announced.
11 Chas. Cramer
College Eye 8:18, p.8
2/14/1917 Spent last weekend on the Hill.
12 Jolly weekend house party
College Eye 7:13, p.2
1/12/1916 Paul Farlow and Harold Frisby entertained their friends at Paul's house.
13 Public Speaking and Drama
Hendrickson--H. E. (Student--1916)
Old Gold 0:0, p.157
6/1/1914 Illustration of actors taking final bow; description of department; cast of plays announced; photos of dramatic productions.
14 Mr. Chris Hanson
College Eye 3:19, p.325
2/12/1914 Along with Homer Veatch and Charles Kramer, was in the city to attend the College Carnival.
15 Mr. Charles Kramer
College Eye 3:5, p.100
10/2/1913 Returned home for the weekend.
16 Charles Kramer
College Eye 3:2, p.47
9/11/1913 Left for Ames to take work in the Agricultural department.
17 Commencement play
College Eye 3:1, p.12
6/12/1913 Performed "When Knighthood was in Flower"; review of the play.
18 Public Speaking
Old Gold 0:0, p.171
6/1/1913 Instructors, bulletins from plays; photo.
19 The game; Leander Clark, 0--Teachers, 0; Mike Hyland and his boys sadly disappointed
College Eye 2:10, p.1
11/7/1912 A clean, scoreless game was played between Teachers College and Leander Clark on Saturday.
20 Athletics; busy week on the football field; varsity wins from East Waterloo High 39-0
College Eye 2:5, p.1
10/2/1912 The college football team tested its courage and strength with scrimmages against a high school team.
21 Athletic; forty-seven names on the roll of honor
College Eye 2:4, p.1
9/26/1912 The football season is under way; potential starting line-up.
22 Football; outlook promising for a strong team. Many old men back much new material; change in rules favors a heavy line
College Eye 2:3, p.1
9/19/1912 A few changes in football rules; Captain Tom Anderson; photo.
23 Gymnastics
Old Gold 0:0, p.100
6/1/1912 Roster of participants and results of meet; photos.
24 Wearers of TC
Old Gold 0:0, p.83
6/1/1912 Roster of letter winners
25 When Knighthood was in Flower
College Eye 2:33, p.1
5/29/1912 Cast for the play.
26 Commencement play excellent
College Eye 1:30, p.1
5/22/1912 A look back at previous Commencement plays; will present "In the Palace of the King" this year; roster of cast members.
27 Mr. Getchell
College Eye 1:18, p.6
2/14/1912 Organized two gymnasium classes in the Presbyterian Sunday School.
28 Athletic notes
College Eye 1:14, p.5
1/17/1912 M. A. Sheffield is working at Charles City; Athletic Board reorganized; Gymnasium open for recreation; designing new football emblems; gymnastics prospects good.
29 Teachers defeat Simpson team; Methodists beaten by score of 11 to 6
College Eye 1:11, p.5
11/22/1911 Frigid weather does not stop game; Teachers College defeats Simpson College; led the whole game.
30 Big blue team does good work at Dubuque; score 0 to 0
College Eye 1:10, p.1
11/15/1911 Slippery field yields scoreless game.
31 Simpson will put up hard fight
College Eye 1:10, p.3
11/15/1911 Game against Simpson will be close; opposing team has coaches with experience; team has been playing well.
32 The Training School
College Eye 1:12, p.20
6/15/1911 There was a Commencement celebration for the graduating class of the Training School; roster of graduates.
33 Iowa--A pageant; given by the high school seniors of the State Teachers College in the College Auditorium Friday evening, May 26
College Eye 1:11, p.186
5/31/1911 A pageant was held that depicted the early history of Iowa.
34 The Training School
Normal Eyte 21:0, p.16
6/11/1910 Describes the closing exercises for the Class of 1910 and notes where some of the current faculty members will be located in the upcoming school year.
35 Music
Chase--Alida (Class of 1911)
Old Gold 0:0, p.253
6/1/1910 Information about the different music clubs and organizations on campus; includes group photos and information about programs.
36 Orchestra concert a success; local musicians give extraordinary entertainment; solo numbers please
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.332
2/9/1910 A review of the orchestra concert; performance program.
37 Orchestra to give concert; organization of thirty pieces makes debut in first local concert of year
Normal Eyte 20:19, p.315
2/2/1910 Performance program.
38 Commencement concerts
Normal Eyte 20:0, p.8
6/12/1909 Performance program.
39 The Band and Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.164
6/1/1909 Repertoire and roster of members; photo.
40 The Training School seniors
Normal Eyte 18:30, p.468
5/13/1908 Lose to Cedar Falls High School, 8-2.
41 The Normal Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.150
6/1/1907 Briefly discusses advancements in the orchestra, their repertoire, and members; photo.
42 Society
Normal Eyte 16:6, p.84
10/18/1905 Philos held farm program.

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