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Parish--Leonard W. (History and Politics Faculty)

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1 Life in the Normal School community
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.175
7/1/1990 The beginnings of extracurricular activities and groups at UNI including athletics and sports, oratory and debate, music, literary societies, and the Alumni Association; photo.
2 Bangs, bustles . . . But no Beatles
Alumnus 51:3, p.2
9/1/1966 1898 alumnus compares eras; photo.
3 Mabel Parish
Alumnus 28:2, p.32
4/1/1944 Died in November, 1943, in Burlingame, California.
4 John Carl Parish
Alumnus 23:2, p.28
4/1/1939 Professor of history at the University of California at Los Angeles, died at his home on January 13, at age fifty-seven. He was the son of Leonard W. Parish, professor of economics and head of the history department at the College.
5 Eleven members of the faculty
Alumnus 22:2, p.Cover
4/1/1938 Composite photo of faculty, 1895; photo.
6 Oldster C. Ray Aurner recalls student life in the Nineties
Alumnus 22:1, p.3
1/1/1938 Alumnus recalls experiences of living on College Hill and going to school in the 1880s and 1890s; recalls faculty, serving as secretary to President Seerley, selling schoolbooks, rooming houses.
7 Department of Social Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1933 History and aims of the department; organizational history of the department with its leaders; photos.
8 Xanho fraternity
Alumnus 16:4, p.10
10/1/1932 Rents house at 2500 Franklin.
9 Riding an elephant in the world's largest circus
Public Relations News Release 1931:28, p.1
9/27/1931 Profile of ISTC alumna Dixie Willson, who joined the circus and later wrote stories and books.
10 Page and Parish
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.123
7/1/1926 Biographical sketches of Professors Leonard W. Parish and Abbott C. Page.
11 The Principal-Elect
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.101
7/1/1926 Professor Wright's biography of Homer Seerley.
12 Wright's book on school history well illustrates; covers a fifty year period
College Eye 17:40, p.3
4/14/1926 Brief review of "Fifty Years at the Teachers College."
13 Alumni literary program
College Eye 3:1, p.3
6/12/1913 Commencement reunions resulted in a literary program conducted by alumni.
14 The death of Mrs. Parish
College Eye 3:1, p.20
6/12/1913 Widow of Professor Parish died; death is believed to be related to surgery on her appendix.
15 Mr. John C. Parish
College Eye 2:25, p.7
4/3/1913 Spoke at chapel.
16 Class of 1911 present picture to the college
College Eye 1:9, p.1
11/8/1911 Class presents portrait of the late Professor Leonard W. Parish; will be hung in the Library.
17 Official Notes
College Eye 1:8, p.8
11/1/1911 Portrait of Professor Parish presented in chapel; news of Des Moines schools controversy.
18 Official Notes
College Eye 1:4, p.3
10/4/1911 News of alumni, faculty, the Board of Education, and possible job opportunities in the Philippines for I. S. T. C. graduates.
19 Alumni business meeting
College Eye 1:12, p.18
6/15/1911 At the Alumni Association business meeting, new officers were elected.
20 Faculty surprise President Seerley
College Eye 1:12, p.7
6/15/1911 Faculty honors President Seerley on his twenty-five years of service to the college; several make addresses; present President Seerley with twenty-five roses.
21 Mrs. L. W. Parish
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.140
10/26/1910 Left for Denver, Colorado, to visit her son John.
22 Official Notes
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.126
10/26/1910 Faculty will attend ISTA meeting, so no classes will be held; Professor Page is recovering; Edith Buck has been ill; Roger Leavitt attended mission meeting; Professor Arey will prepare memorial statement on Professor Parish.
23 The new faculty
Normal Eyte 21:1, p.8
9/7/1910 Profiles of the members of the faculty; photo.
24 In Memoriam: resolutions on the death of Prof. L. W. Parish
Normal Eyte 21:0, p.3
6/11/1910 Athletic Board offers respectful memoriam to the late Professor Leonard W. Parish.
25 Annuals are sold; 1910 Old Gold proves to be fine edition; subscribers are well pleased
Normal Eyte 20:35, p.576
6/1/1910 1910 Old Gold looks good; dedicated to Professor Parish.
26 Board meeting occurs; important resolution passed; debating helped; actions not made public
Normal Eyte 20:35, p.581
6/1/1910 Pass resolution of respect for Professor Parish; support debate program.
27 Department of History and Political Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.18
6/1/1910 Photos of faculty.
28 In memoriam to Leonard W. Parish
Old Gold 0:0, p.4
6/1/1910 Dedication of 1910 Old Gold; photo.
29 Shake
Old Gold 0:0, p.98
6/1/1910 Annual overview of activities for the Shakespearean Circle.
30 The Angel Flower
Willson--Dixie (Class of 1910)
Old Gold 0:0, p.240
6/1/1910 Poem dedicated to the memory of Professor Parish.
31 Mrs. L. W. Parish and daughter
Normal Eyte 20:31, p.516
5/4/1910 Have returned from visiting family.
32 Athletic Board meets; important action in regard to eligibility and athletic schedules taken
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.487
4/20/1910 Half of surplus football money given to spring athletics.
33 Mrs. L. W. Parish
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.485
4/20/1910 Is visiting family.
34 Memorial services held; many students and faculty friends of late Prof. Parish hear tributes
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.432
3/30/1910 Lengthy description of the memorial service.
35 Miss Clara Drenning
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.438
3/30/1910 Was in Cedar Falls for Professor Parish's funeral.
36 Mr. A. W. Taylor
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.438
3/30/1910 Has been hired to replace Professor Parish.
37 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Knoll
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.439
3/30/1910 Were in town for the funeral of Professor Parish.
38 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.428
3/30/1910 Brief Commencement week schedule; contractor putting roof on new Library; Lecture Committee has done fine work; committee assignments for Parish funeral; literary society work must be protected..
39 A sketch of his life
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.413
3/23/1910 Obituary of Leonard W. Parish, who was killed in a train wreck; photo.
40 A tribute
Arey--Melvin Franklin (Science Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.414
3/23/1910 Professor Arey's tribute to Professor Parish.
41 Awful wreck occurs; Professor L. W. Parish loses life in recent railroad catastrophe at Gladbrook
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.412
3/23/1910 Description of the wreck; Professor Parish survived the wreck, but died shortly after being removed.
42 Editorial; the friend of all
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.411
3/23/1910 Students and faculty mourn the death of Professor L. W. Parish.
43 Faculty members meet; teachers from three state schools confer on uniform entrance requirements
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.419
3/23/1910 Considering standards for admission from high school.
44 Last rites performed; remains of late professor Parish laid away after special services in auditorium
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.415
3/23/1910 Description of funeral service for Professor Parish
45 Memorial service planned
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.416
3/23/1910 For Professor Parish.
46 Mrs. L. W. Parish
Normal Eyte 20:23, p.388
3/2/1910 Is on a trip visiting family.
47 A very interesting debate
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.338
2/9/1910 Debate was held by the senior class of the Training School.
48 The Cedar Falls Tuesday Club
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.336
2/9/1910 Had their annual banquet.
49 Prof. Parish's new edition
Normal Eyte 20:18, p.306
1/26/1910 New edition of "Essentials of Economics" by Professor Parish is now on sale.
50 The twenty-fifth anniversary celebration; American Historical and Economic Association hold meeting at New York City
Normal Eyte 20:17, p.285
1/19/1910 Professor Parish reports on the convention in New York.


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