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Title Date Summary
901 We wonder if on the first of January that--
College Eye 4:14, p.5
1/7/1915 Makes predictions about what people's New Year's resolutions will be.
902 Editorial
College Eye 4:13, p.4
12/17/1914 Encourages participation in preliminary debate; comments on library staff, jokes in chapel, and intersociety basketball.
903 New books at the library
College Eye 4:13, p.5
12/17/1914 Several new books are available.
904 Library
Old Gold 0:0, p.48
6/1/1914 Photos of faculty members.
905 Library
Old Gold 0:0, p.49
6/1/1914 Photos of faculty members.
906 Editorial
College Eye 3:20, p.331
2/19/1914 College Eye election coming up; Bertha Hart will perform; appreciates appearance of Helen Keller on campus; continuing debate on role of literary societies.
907 One of the busiest places on College Hill
College Eye 3:15, p.251
1/15/1914 Encourages students to use the library only for studying subjects that require the library and not to take books out of the library without checking them out properly.
908 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:4, p.72
9/24/1913 News notes of important faculty and school matters; Professor Loughridge is in Germany; new classes in home economics organized; library crowded; enrollment is over 1300; Professor Campbell studying rural schools.
909 Facts
College Eye 2:27, p.3
4/17/1913 Humorous quips from the College Eye.
910 Ida Wolf
College Eye 2:7, p.6
10/17/1912 Will be the cataloguer for the library; to replace Mattie Fargo.
911 Librarians
Old Gold 0:0, p.19
6/1/1912 Photos of Library faculty.
912 New books received at the library
College Eye 1:8, p.3
11/1/1911 Authors and titles of new books.
913 Official Notes
College Eye 1:6, p.6
10/18/1911 Considering ban on use of ink in Library; ISTC reunion to be held in conjunction with ISTA meeting.
914 Library notes
College Eye 1:3, p.5
9/27/1911 New debate index available; books on Negro question are in; twelve volume work on English history literature.
915 Library notes
College Eye 1:9, p.153
5/17/1911 New books received at the library; describes where different types of publications can be found in the reading room.
916 The new library
College Eye 1:8, p.133
5/10/1911 Describes in detail the new library building.
917 Night librarian chosen
College Eye 1:7, p.118
5/3/1911 Rachel Haight will be the new night librarian.
918 Our new library
College Eye 1:7, p.109
5/3/1911 The new library is now open to student use; will be open evenings to serve students better; twenty thousand books moved to the new building by staff and students on April 28 and 29, 1911.
919 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:32, p.523
5/11/1910 Ellen Biscoe is on leave due to illness; Ethel Arey will probably be acting librarian; Jessie Parish will study at University of Iowa.
920 Editorial
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.427
3/30/1910 Acquaint yourself with the library; society work unsatisfactory this year as the societies try to interpret the new rules governing their programs.
921 Studies in Organization and Teaching
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:17, p.286
1/19/1910 Ideas for future teachers.
922 Library notes
Normal Eyte 20:4, p.67
9/29/1909 Notes on recent additions to library collection
923 Course in library work
Normal Eyte 19:13, p.199
12/16/1908 Will be offered as an elective during winter term; will teach reference and some cataloguing and classification as well as school library management.
924 There are now department libraries
Normal Eyte 19:6, p.86
10/14/1908 Several departments are now maintaining collections for the use of their students.
925 The following is the Iowa law
Normal Eyte 19:5, p.66
10/7/1908 Text of the law on destruction or theft of library material.
926 Works of Dr. Meyerholz recently placed in library
Normal Eyte 19:2, p.18
9/16/1908 Dr. Meyerholz's books on American history added to library's collection.
927 Library reminiscences
Arey--Ethel L. (Student--1908)
Old Gold 0:0, p.325
6/1/1908 Ethel Arey recalls some interesting questions that a librarian receives.
928 There are few who know
Normal Eyte 18:30, p.468
5/13/1908 Anna Baker, who formerly held the title of Librarian, was named Assistant Librarian by the Trustees; will go to a position in Los Angeles.
929 Normal trustees in sessions
Normal Eyte 18:29, p.453
5/6/1908 Trustees consider sidewalks, change in railroad tracks, location of President's House, late registration fees, school seal, museum collection expansion, library instruction, and college hospital.
930 A list of the new library books
Normal Eyte 18:23, p.366
3/25/1908 Placed on bulletin boards monthly; new books placed on special shelf for two weeks after their arrival.
931 The following communication
Normal Eyte 18:19, p.297
2/12/1908 Library of Congress will make bibliographic guides available; will be useful for those preparing for debates.
932 A public school library system
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.270
1/29/1908 Describes ideal library in a public school.
933 The library is well supplied
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.267
1/29/1908 Has a good selection of history reference books.
934 Official
Normal Eyte 18:7, p.101
10/23/1907 Names speakers of Upper Iowa Methodist Episcopal Conference; North West Iowa Teachers Association held meeting; the library is being used more under Ellen Biscoe's supervision.
935 Miss Parish
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.79
10/9/1907 Observing library work; visiting from Kirksville Normal School in Kansas.
936 The History and Political Economy Departments
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.77
10/9/1907 The old magazine section of the library will now be a study and research area for history students.
937 The Library Club
Normal Eyte 17:16, p.256
1/16/1907 Organized by Mattie Fargo; object is to keep informed on library topics; consists of library staff and students.
938 For some time
Normal Eyte 17:6, p.81
10/17/1906 President Seerley is in the East studying library plans in order to bring home ideas for a new library building; Board still considering site, probably south or southwest of Old Gilchrist Hall.
939 There have been two new rugs
Normal Eyte 17:4, p.64
10/3/1906 Improvement in appearance of library.
940 Corner of Library
Pedagog 0:0, p.141
6/1/1906 Photo.
941 Our library
Normal Eyte 16:29, p.449
4/25/1906 Encourages students to use the library while they still have the chance before the school year ends.
942 In touch with the times
Normal Eyte 16:11, p.161
11/22/1905 Students who read the daily newspapers are more likely to be involved in activities on campus.
943 Three students have enrolled
Normal Eyte 16:6, p.91
10/18/1905 To study library work.
944 The library
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.71
6/1/1905 Contains over 20,000 pieces of material; photo.
945 Miss Carl
Normal Eyte 15:30, p.478
5/3/1905 Was at the library Saturday collecting information for a thesis.
946 Following is a list
Normal Eyte 15:29, p.463
4/26/1905 New books have been added to the library.
947 Debating League constitution revised
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.308
2/15/1905 A new section has been added to the Debating League's constitution concerning the use of the library; league will notify librarian about upcoming debate topics.
948 Among the new books lately placed on the shelves
Normal Eyte 15:18, p.286
2/1/1905 "The Historian's History of the World" and "The Burton Holmes Lectures" are now in the library.
949 Honor and open shelves
Normal Eyte 15:16, p.244
1/18/1905 The library has operated with open shelves, but material relating to specific topics, such as the upcoming debate topic, sometimes disappears; may need stricter control of book circulation.
950 The Library has three new books
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.475
4/23/1904 Books that will be useful to those interested in the Russo-Japanese War.


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