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Panama Canal

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1 UNI student takes part in military operation in Panama
Public Relations News Release 1989:536, p.1
4/5/1990 Carol Olson is sent on a communications mission to Panama as a member of a Reserve Officers Training Corps public relations team, providing local news networks with information on military personnel.
2 Panama crisis result of US 'imperialism' in Latin America
Seaton--Dennis
College Eye 58:15, p.2
1/17/1964 Claims US caused Panama Crisis.
3 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Slater, (Mabel Youngblut)
Alumnus 31:1, p.19
1/1/1947 Reside at Curundu in the Canal Zone where Nick is employed as an engineer.
4 Colonel George H. McManus
Alumnus 14:2, p.25
4/1/1930 Colonel McManus, who has been in the Panama Canal Zone for the past three years, is now stationed at Ft. Banks, Boston.
5 Government Department happenings
College Eye 13:26, p.2
3/15/1922 Professor Meyerholz makes presentation on the Panama Canal.
6 Cristobal, C. Z.
Davis--Dwight A. (Student--1917)
College Eye 9:6, p.4
10/24/1917 Dwight Davis describes his life working at the Panama Canal.
7 Professor Charles H. Meyerholz
College Eye 7:2, p.8
9/29/1915 Visited Canal Zone after summer session.
8 Rev. Holland gives interesting lecture
College Eye 3:14, p.236
1/8/1914 The Reverend J. W. Holland spoke to the Social Science Club on the Panama Canal.
9 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:3, p.53
9/17/1913 Faculty added; power plant will be improved; looking forward to alumni meeting at ISTA convention.
10 News from the Canal Zone; work on canal is progressing rapidly
College Eye 1:22, p.1
3/27/1912 George Kramer writes to Professor Dick of his YMCA work in the Canal Zone.
11 Alumnus of I. S. T. C. in the Canal Zone
College Eye 1:5, p.1
10/12/1911 George R. D. Kramer is working with the Y. M. C. A. in the Canal Zone.
12 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:18, p.306
2/1/1911 Iowa education news; Professor Page asks for additional leave to allow his ankle to heal; legislators discuss simplified spelling; Margaret Baker now in Oklahoma; Ira Condit publishes regularly.
13 The following letter
Normal Eyte 20:8, p.148
10/27/1909 George R. D. Kramer reports from the Panama Canal.
14 Aristo
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.269
2/4/1899 Report on triangular debate.
15 Orio
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.269
2/4/1899 Report of triangular debate.
16 Philo
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.270
2/4/1899 Account of triangular debate.
17 The young men's triangular debate
Normal Eyte 8:18, p.250
1/28/1899 Will debate topic of canal in Nicaragua.
18 Orio
Normal Eyte 8:3, p.45
9/24/1898 Debates Central American canal issue.

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