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McDonald--Charles Bert (Class of 1920)

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1 Services extending beyond the campus: Extension Service; Continuing Education; the church; the UNI Foundation
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.359
7/1/1995 Extension services designed to meet needs of growing enrollment; efforts in radio and television; a brief history of the last years of the CHIC; early efforts of the UNI Foundation; photo.
2 UNI-Dome, once a dream, now a reality which lives up to its name
Public Relations News Release 1986:219, p.1
1/24/1986 The air-inflated UNI-Dome opened in 1976, UNI's Centennial Year and it combines the features of three buildings- a football stadium, fieldhouse and large auditorium; cost of the dome was seven million dollars; was one of only four in the world.
3 UNI-Dome, once a dream, now a reality which lives up to its name
Public Relations News Release 1986:219, p.1
1/24/1986 The need for more capacity for sporting events and concerts motivated University officials to pursue the building of a multi-purpose facility.
4 Radells urge giving where need is greatest
UNI Century 9:1, p.2
1/1/1981 Fourth Dome door officially named for the Radells; other doors named for C. B. McDonald, J. S. Latta, and T. Wayne Davis; short biographical sketches; photo.
5 Dome entrances sold; a bargain at $100,000
Northern Iowan 73:3, p.4
9/10/1976 Brief history of Dome project including sale of first three entrances.
6 John S. Latta gives Dome entrance
Northern Iowan 71:49, p.1
4/15/1975 Second east side entrance will be named for John S. Latta, Sr.; profile of Mr. Latta.
7 American dream
Miller--Lavern M. (Lee) (Alumni Services Staff)
Alumnus 59:4, p.2
12/1/1974 Tribute to C. B. McDonald.
8 Entrance named for C. B. McDonald
Alumnus 59:4, p.3
12/1/1974 Two weeks before his death, C. B. McDonald donates $100,000 to Dome fund; entrance will be named in his honor; photo.
9 UNI-Dome entrance named
Northern Iowan 71:13, p.1
10/15/1974 C. B. McDonald recognized for $100,000 gift; photo.
10 Family donates history
Northern Iowan 71:2, p.10
9/6/1974 C. B. McDonald donates book on his family to library.
11 C. B. McDonald gives $50,000
UNI Century 2:1, p.1
1/1/1974 UNI alumnus makes donation to UNI-Dome fund.
12 Grads achieve success as stockbrokers
Alumnus 57:1, p.6
2/1/1972 Profiles of C. B. McDonald and Lawrence Jepson; photo.
13 Foundation initiates recognition groups
Alumnus 54:1, p.9
2/1/1969 Foundation designates President's Club, Century Club, and Living Endowment Association depending on level and manner of donations; charter members of President's Club listed.
14 Bells, bells, bells--Here they are
Alumnus 53:3, p.16
9/1/1968 New bells before and after mounting; photo.
15 SCI Foundation receives $1000 gift for Campanile
Alumnus 52:1, p.06
2/1/1967 C. B. McDonald Trust is benefactor.
16 McDonald Trust contributes to Campanile fund
College Eye 63:11, p.7
10/21/1966 Campanile fund raises money to install a 47-bell carillon in the Campanile.
17 Scholarships at College awarded
Alumnus 47:3, p.8
9/1/1962 List of winners of Merchant, Wilson, McDonald, Dickey, and Reed scholarships.
18 First C. B. McDonald scholarship given to Polk City student
Alumnus 46:3, p.10
9/1/1961 Deann Armann honored; photo.
19 Deann Armann winner of new ISTC scholarship
Public Relations News Release 1960:443, p.1
6/1/1961 The C. B. McDonald Scholarship is given to Deann Armann by a panel of consisting of Teachers College alumni and faculty. The scholarship is funded by C. B. McDonald of the McDonald and Company banking firm.
20 Outstanding graduate is successful citizen, generous alumnus
Alumnus 46:1, p.9
2/1/1961 C. Bert McDonald has made generous donations to Foundation.
21 Charles Bert McDonald
Alumnus 31:2, p.13
4/1/1947 Is managing partner of McDonald and Company. dealers in investment securities with seven branch offices in Ohio. Address him at Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio. His sister was the last missionary to come out of Japan during the war.
22 Charles B. McDonald
Alumnus 27:2, p.30
4/1/1943 President of McDonald-Coolidge and Company in Cleveland, Ohio.
23 C. B. McDonald
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.5
1/1/1921 McDonald remaining in employment of Otis and Co.
24 MacDonald
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.5
4/1/1920 Tom and Burt MacDonald work for Investment Bankers in Cleveland, Ohio. Tom is manager.
25 Marriages 6
Alumni News Letter 2:2, p.2
4/1/1918 Mabel Anderson married C. B. McDonald November 29, 1917.
26 Bert McDonald
College Eye 9:3, p.1
10/3/1917 Bert McDonald and William J. Burney were chosen as members of the Acacia fraternity.
27 Mr. Burt McDonald
College Eye 7:28, p.8
5/3/1916 Is superintendent and band master in Clarksville.

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