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McFarland--Marion (Class of 1912)

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1 Mrs. Marion McFarland Walker
Alumnus 33:3, p.14
7/1/1949 Lives in Indio, California.
2 Friends of Mrs. Marion McFarland Walker
Alumnus 25:2, p.10
4/1/1941 Resides in Winter Park, Florida. Her son, Theron W. Walker, handles investment securities as a member of the firm Bogardus, Frost, and Banning, located in Los Angeles, California.
3 Eleven members of the faculty
Alumnus 22:2, p.Cover
4/1/1938 Composite photo of faculty, 1895; photo.
4 Inter-society debate
College Eye 18:16, p.5
10/27/1926 Will debate issue of a cabinet position for education.
5 Marion Walker
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.7
1/1/1922 Marion Walker and Hamlet C. Hall are married on January 1, 1921 in Waterloo, Iowa.
6 Mrs. Marion McFarland Walker
College Eye 4:1, p.8
6/13/1914 Visited her son, Theron, in Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin.
7 Mrs. Walker
College Eye 2:26, p.7
4/10/1913 Entertained students with supper and a recital.
8 S. T. Walker
Normal Eyte 9:32, p.759
5/26/1900 Is editor of Cedar Falls Daily Record.
9 Neotrophian
Clark--Gertrude (Class of 1899)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.26
6/11/1898 History of the society; photo.
10 Orios
Green--Guy E.
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.501
6/11/1898 History of the society; photo.
11 At high noon, Wednesday, September 22, 1897
Normal Eyte 7:3, p.25
9/25/1897 Marion McFarland married Samuel T. Walker; description of the marriage ceremony and the wedding gifts; will make home in Brighton, where Samuel Walker is school superintendent.
12 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 7:1, p.8
9/11/1897 Visited Spirit Lake.
13 Official news and notes
Normal Eyte 7:1, p.3
9/11/1897 President Seerley's tribute to James Gilchrist; a look at improvements made on buildings and on campus with the help of a professional landscape planner; library classified; changes in faculty.
14 Faculty no. 1
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.410
6/12/1897 Composite of individual faculty portraits; photo.
15 What the literary societies have done for the Normal School
McFarland--Marion (Class of 1912)
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.404
6/12/1897 Miss McFarland believes that the societies have made students more at ease and better able to work together.
16 Morris Cooper
Normal Eyte 6:29, p.340
5/8/1897 Will conduct summer session at Buena Vista College; Miss McFarland and Mr. Fullerton will teach there, too.
17 Professors Samson and Bender and Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:22, p.260
3/20/1897 Will judge contest in Waterloo.
18 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:16, p.189
1/23/1897 Was sick.
19 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:15, p.177
1/16/1897 Visited Topeka, Kansas.
20 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:12, p.142
12/5/1896 Visited friends in Marshalltown.
21 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:11, p.129
11/21/1896 Gave tea party.
22 Some time last spring
Normal Eyte 6:8, p.87
10/31/1896 Visiting editor noted that ISNS women looked frail; Miss McFarland believes that the adoption of sensible clothing would help women's appearance and welfare; prescribes appropriate uniform.
23 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:7, p.82
10/24/1896 Visited Mt. Pleasant.
24 Miss Marion McFarland
Normal Eyte 6:6, p.69
10/17/1896 Attended cousin's wedding.
25 The various recognized literary societies
Normal Eyte 6:5, p.49
10/10/1896 Hear lecture from Miss McFarland on the essential features of society work.
26 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 5:30, p.286
5/9/1896 Aunt in Topeka died.
27 Y. W. & Y. M. C. A.
Normal Eyte 5:28, p.260
4/25/1896 Thirty-two new members join YMCA; hold missionary meeting on South America; lengthy YMCA annual report.
28 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 5:25, p.231
3/28/1896 Will visit Chicago.
29 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 5:23, p.213
3/14/1896 Gave talk to men.
30 On Tuesday
Normal Eyte 5:21, p.189
2/29/1896 Miss McFarland speaks to the young men on self control.
31 Major Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.133
1/18/1896 Now occupies Miss McFarland's former room in Gilchrist Hall.
32 Why I read the magazines
McFarland--Marion (Class of 1912)
Normal Eyte 5:11, p.96
11/30/1895 Miss McFarland talks about the magazines and journals that she likes to read, and what she gets from her reading.
33 The report of the faculty-student committee
Normal Eyte 5:7, p.49
11/2/1895 Consider recent ruling of faculty to require societies to collect admission to public sessions; societies will determine what they are willing to do if President Seerley gives them a society hall.
34 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 5:6, p.47
10/26/1895 Has begun series of lectures to women.
35 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 5:3, p.20
10/5/1895 Entertained women faculty.
36 The faculty: how and where they spent their vacation
Normal Eyte 5:1, p.2
9/21/1895 Description of how the individual faculty members spent their time.
37 The teachers in the Normal School for the year of 1895-6
Normal Eyte 4:36, p.566
6/19/1895 Roster of faculty and their assignments.
38 The Aristo banquet
Normal Eyte 4:35, p.552
6/8/1895 Detailed account of banquet.
39 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.442
4/20/1895 Visited friends in Des Moines.
40 The large number of girls
Normal Eyte 4:27, p.426
4/13/1895 Appreciated Miss McFarland's lecture.
41 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 4:26, p.409
4/6/1895 Visited Mrs. Kingman in Chicago.
42 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 4:14, p.219
1/5/1895 Visits Topeka, Kansas, and then ISTA convention.
43 The Normal reunion
Normal Eyte 4:14, p.214
1/5/1895 Detailed description of recent reunion; representatives from most classes attend; faculty speak.
44 Miss Grace Woolson
Normal Eyte 4:13, p.203
12/8/1894 Visited cousin, Miss McFarland.
45 Y. W. & Y. M. C. A.
College Eye 4:11, p.167
11/24/1894 Meeting leaders announced; week of prayer; tea.
46 That the girls appreciate
Normal Eyte 4:6, p.89
10/20/1894 Large number attend Miss McFarland's talks.
47 The spelling test is over
Normal Eyte 4:4, p.59
10/6/1894 Students learn if they passed or will be placed in a special class.
48 Orios
Normal Eyte 3:36, p.322
6/23/1894 History of the society.
49 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 3:34, p.270
5/26/1894 Gave talk to women.
50 Miss McFarland
Normal Eyte 3:34, p.270
5/26/1894 Entertains her Sunday School class of thirty young men at her home.


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