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Millage Tax

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Title Date Summary
1 Actions of the General Assembly--1890-1902; finally significant commitment
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.115
7/1/1990 Analysis of the struggles to obtain adequate funding for the Normal School; the millage tax; the Auditorium Building dedication; 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 The Normal School moves toward collegiate status
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.223
7/1/1990 Changes in faculty, development of the curriculum, and new construction financed by the millage levy bring the Normal School to a new level; photo.
4 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.
5 The future assured
First 75 Years 0:0, p.9
7/1/1951 Legislature establishes policy of appropriations payable "annually hereafter"; millage tax of one-tenth of mill goes to Normal School beginning in 1902.
6 The millage levy policy, 1902-1915
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.40
7/1/1951 Over $870,000 results from millage; leads to construction of Women's Gym, Physics, Library, Sabin, Wright, President's House, Home Management House, and first unit of Bartlett.
7 The millage tax
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.147
7/1/1926 Legislature allows one-tenth of a mill to be used for buildings at the Normal School.
8 The dormitory
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
1/21/1915 First section of new dorm building will be completed by opening of fall term and will house 128 women; more sections will be constructed if the millage tax is renewed by the General Assembly.
9 Teachers College clipped one item; General Assembly grants every request asked by Board of Education except fire fund
College Eye 1:5, p.87
4/19/1911 Amounts of money granted to I. S. T. C. by the General Assembly; renews mileage tax.
10 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:4, p.55
9/28/1910 Changes in faculty appointments and assignments; new tennis courts and sewing machines added; many faculty on program for upcoming teacher association meeting; hope to extend millage tax; new classification scheme for colleges.
11 Des Moines
Normal Eyte 19:24, p.381
4/7/1909 Committee finds no fault with using millage tax money for construction of President's House.
12 The millage tax
Normal Eyte 16:27, p.417
4/11/1906 Renewed by General Assembly; will continue to help in the development of the ISNS campus.
13 By the action of both houses of the General Assembly
Normal Eyte 12:27, p.417
4/12/1902 General Assembly enacts millage tax; ISNS will receive one tenth of a mill of real estate tax beginning in 1903 and continuing through 1908; will use money to erect buildings.
14 With the new appropriations
Normal Eyte 12:27, p.418
4/12/1902 Believes that there should be a building for the YMCA and YWCA.
15 The bill introduced into the House
Normal Eyte 12:23, p.353
3/15/1902 Attempts to justify opposition to an increase in the millage tax that would have increased funding for the University of Iowa.
16 Official
Normal Eyte 9:15, p.350
1/20/1900 Summary of Governor Shaw's educational ideas included ideas relating to the Normal School and the millage tax for construction of buildings.
17 Legislative notes
Normal Eyte 5:21, p.190
2/29/1896 A look at pending legislation including a bill that would establish additional normal schools; considering mill levy of one tenth of a mill for buildings at the University of Iowa.
18 The bill for the University
Normal Eyte 1:10, p.78
3/15/1892 Bill for millage tax for University of Iowa defeated in General Assembly.
19 The State University
Normal Eyte 1:4, p.25
2/2/1892 General Assembly considers millage tax support for state institutions; also considers additional normal schools.

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