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Library Building (now Seerley Hall)

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1 Hall holds nearly one hundred years of history
Ellenwood--Jacquelyn D. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 99:55, p.13
5/2/2003 History of Seerley Hall; photo.
2 Institutional growth; transfer of governance to the State Board of Education (1906 through June, 1909)
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.255
7/1/1990 Organization of the school into formal departments; Dean of Women Walker develops guidelines for rooming houses; photo.
3 Through troubled times (1909-1920)
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.268
7/1/1990 The unified Board of Education gets organized; faculty and curricular changes; photo.
4 Librarians retire
Alumnus 56:1, p.8
2/1/1971 Evelyn Mullins and Mary Dieterich retire after forty years at UNI; recall library services and facilities of the past; photo.
5 Old library to be Seerley
College Eye 56:5, p.4
10/13/1961 Old library will honor President Seerley; new building will not be named for an individual.
6 Buildings here named--and renamed
Alumnus 46:3, p.5
9/1/1961 Functional names assigned to four new buildings: Administration, Music, Health Service, and Library. Seerley-Baker will become Baker. The old library will be Seerley Hall. The new men's dorm will be Regents Hall for Men; photo.
7 Things We See Around ISTC
College Eye 52:30, p.8
5/12/1961 A student watches women in the library.
8 Problem at the College: naming and renaming buildings
Alumnus 46:2, p.7
5/1/1961 Committee considering names for new and old buildings including: Music, Health Service, men's dorm, new library, old library; may put Seerley name on old library; photo.
9 Business is booming for library studiers
College Eye 51:38, p.2
7/29/1960 Use of building and circulation of materials is increasing quickly; photo.
10 Cramming?
College Eye 51:14, p.1
1/8/1960 Students study at the Library; photo.
11 Fourth floor of TC library--unknown, unused, but unique
Remsburg--Nancy M. (Student--1959)
College Eye 51:14, p.5
1/8/1960 A look at the museum; photo.
12 Check-out system accepted by students
College Eye 51:9, p.1
11/13/1959 Book check system seems to cutting down losses; description of the system; photo.
13 New 'checkpoint' system betters library efficiency
College Eye 51:2, p.1
9/25/1959 Everyone must use east door; material will be checked at the door; new microfilm reading room set up; government documents move to third floor; Youth Collection expanded; more study carrels added.
14 Untitled
College Eye 50:36, p.2
7/17/1959 Complains about heat in library.
15 Wake up and read
College Eye 50:27, p.1
4/17/1959 National Library Week.
16 Library workers visit here
College Eye 50:26, p.8
4/10/1959 Over one hundred high school students will be on campus for program.
17 Library count aids in planning
College Eye 50:21, p.8
2/27/1959 Count made of traffic into library; 3078 enter building in one day.
18 More than books
College Eye 50:18, p.2
2/6/1959 Appreciates improvements in library; encourages students to use the building and collections courteously..
19 Shut up, awreddy
College Eye 50:8, p.2
10/31/1958 Asks for a self imposed silent atmosphere in the library; no more socializing during study time.
20 Untitled
Leet--Richard (Classes of 1958 and 1965)
College Eye 50:8, p.2
10/31/1958 Two students worried about another student who has been in the library far too long.
21 Returning students find library busy, changed
College Eye 50:4, p.5
10/3/1958 Has new furniture; students must show identification in order to check out books; description of facilities; photo.
22 Untitled
Leet--Richard (Classes of 1958 and 1965)
College Eye 50:3, p.2
9/26/1958 A man discusses the vast number of hours he spends in the library.
23 Boy's frustrated ambition results in library mural
College Eye 49:9, p.7
11/8/1957 History and description of the murals in the old Library; photo.
24 The Library
Old Gold 0:0, p.10
6/1/1957 Library includes 150,000 volumes and 600 periodical subscriptions; short description of library services; photo.
25 Noisy improvements disturb silent, studious atmosphere
College Eye 48:15, p.5
1/25/1957 Survey of recent improvements in Library Building, including better lighting, painting, new furniture, microfilm, typewriters, and photocopy service.
26 Changes at TC discussed by Registrar
College Eye 47:39, p.1
7/27/1956 Marshall Beard speculates on changes in the curriculum, the academic calendar, and the campus landscape.
27 Large fans cool library
College Eye 47:38, p.1
7/20/1956 Two fans mounted on roof.
28 the college population is increasing
Old Gold 0:0, p.14
6/1/1956 Brief description of expanding the campus; photo.
29 Library Science Improves Facilities
Old Gold 0:0, p.86
6/1/1955 Description of the improvements made to the library, such as the card catalogues and new subscriptions to periodicals; photos.
30 Library, Home of Fact and Fiction
Old Gold 0:0, p.64
6/1/1955 Description of the library and the activities that students did while there, also of the musuem on the fourth floor; photos.
31 Residents of Cedar Falls, Waterloo, and the northeast Iowa area will have a chance to tour the college campus Sunday, during a two-hour open
Public Relations News Release 1951:97, p.1
10/25/1951 The event is partthe 30th Homecoming weekend and is the second of five all-college events during the 1951-1952 academic year in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the institution.
32 Auto-Train Smashup
Public Relations News Release 1950:425, p.1
7/21/1951 1950 Pontiac driven by Marvin Klepfer driving south in front of ISTC library was struck by eastbound train on the W. C. F. & N. siding that parallels 27th street. Marvin not hurt; had been driving to work after taking his mother, Lenora Klepfer, to work.
33 May Hill Arbuthnot, author of "Children and Books" will be the main speaker at the Fall Educational conference, Sept. 28 - 29
Public Relations News Release 1950:422, p.1
7/19/1951 The Cleveland, Ohio, writer, formerly associated with Western Reserve University, will speak both days. "Understanding Today's Children and Youth" is the conference theme. Conferees can attend any of three panel discussion sessions.
34 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1951 Brief description of the curriculum laboratory and library; photo.
35 Auditorium building
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1951 Photo.
36 The 45 pound humerus (shoulder) bone recently washed up by the Cedar river may be 300 to 400 thousand years old
Public Relations News Release 1950:378, p.1
5/24/1951 E. J. Cable, museum curator said the bone is from an Elephas (elephant-like) species of mammouth or a preglacial age mastodon, more ancient than the three Elephas species known to have existed.
37 Untitled
College Eye 42:25, p.1
4/5/1951 Two aerial views of campus with buildings identified.
38 ISTC proposed graduate courses to be studied next week
Public Relations News Release 1950:215, p.1
2/14/1951 Strayer recommended machinery for high education in Iowa is beginning to roll. The Strayer report, published in October, also recommended a program of graduate study at the college leading to the master's degree.
39 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
40 Children's Literature Conference starts Friday
Public Relations News Release 1950:57, p.1
10/6/1950 The life and books of Beatrix Potter, famous English creator of "Peter Rabbit," will be the subject of a Sunday morning talk by Vera Petersen. Genevieve Foster, author of a series of histories for children, will give a dinner talk Saturday night.
41 Iowa State Teachers college library
Public Relations News Release 1950:51, p.1
10/4/1950 The modern four story library at the college in Cedar Falls, ranks third in size among the nation's teacher colleges.
42 The freshman program will begin Sunday evening, September 10
Public Relations News Release 1950:14, p.1
9/8/1950 Convocations will be in the main auditorium for new women students and Gilchrist chapel for the new men. The activities scheduled for the rest of the week include registration, placement tests, open house at the library. New Students listed.
43 Third floor of the library holds adventure and wealth in fine art
Mayer--Roselyn M. (Student--1953)
College Eye 41:35, p.4
7/14/1950 The third floor of the library houses the Fine Arts collection as well as the state and national documents collection.
44 News in Brief
College Eye 41:31, p.2
6/16/1950 Campus news notes.
45 1,000 students, faculty make Operation Library successful
Alumnus 33:3, p.7
7/1/1949 Students and faculty help re-arrange the library stacks; photo.
46 Library ground floor remodeled
College Eye 40:30, p.1
5/13/1949 New magazine stacks installed; hope to improve lighting.
47 Students and faculty move 120,000 books
College Eye 40:26, p.1
4/15/1949 One third of the students and faculty turn out to help shift books.
48 Untitled
McClelland--Marybelle (Library Faculty)
College Eye 40:26, p.2
4/15/1949 Expresses gratitude of the library staff to those who helped to move approximately 120,000 library books to their new locations.
49 . . . Book worms
College Eye 40:25, p.1
4/8/1949 Professors Greef and Ritter help with the library book shift; photo.
50 Volunteers busy moving mile high stack of books
College Eye 40:25, p.8
4/8/1949 Will move 35,000 books; hourly shifts of forty workers.


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