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1 Filipino college president Manuel Uluan to speak at UNI Thursday (Nov. 7)
Public Relations News Release 1985:132, p.1
11/4/1985 Uluan will speak on "Education and Government in the Philippines;" his trip throughout the US was aimed at helping him study rural education and was funded through the International Council on Education.
2 Faculty member of National Teachers college, Manila, Philippines, Prof. Zoild D. T. San Andres, is a visitor this week on the campus
Public Relations News Release 1951:72, p.1
10/11/1951 San Andres is on a round-the-world educational tour. He will observe phases in the elementary education field while visiting colleges and universities in the United States.
3 Prof. Zoild D. T. San Andres of the National Teachers College, Manila, Philippines, is visiting the campus this week
Public Relations News Release 1951:72, p.1
10/11/1951 While visiting colleges and universities in the United States, San Andres will observe phases in the elementary education field. San Andres is welcomed to the campus by President J. W. Maucker.
4 Prof. Zoild D. T. San Andres, National Teachers college, Manila, Philippines, is a visitor this week on the campus
Public Relations News Release 1951:70, p.
10/10/1951 The emphasis of San Andres observations of elementary education in colleges and universities in the United States will be in the areas of rural education and laboratory schools.
5 Philippine educator to visit Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:34, p.1
9/27/1950 Jose T. Cortes, division superintendent-at-large, bureau of public schools, Manilla, will arrive in Cedar Falls Sunday (Oct. 1) for a six-day stay. Cortes will visit rural and urban normal schools, and observe in-service training techniques.
6 Two education conferences at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:33, p.1
9/27/1950 The education and social science departments are jointly sponsoring a conference for elementary and secondary school teachers of the social sciences. A second conference on industrial arts education will be held in the new arts and industries building.
7 Mary E. Polley
Alumnus 25:2, p.9
4/1/1941 Residing in Manila, Philippine Islands; served the Bureau of Education of the islands for thirty-four years, retiring in 1935. From 1921, she was supervisor of teacher training and curriculum construction.
8 Emma Serepta Yule
Alumnus 24:1, p.32
1/1/1940 Died April 16, 1939. She was in educational work in the Philippine Islands for twenty-seven years; retired in 1936; home located in Los Angeles.
9 Emma Serepta Yule
Alumnus 22:4, p.18
10/1/1938 Now lives in Los Angeles, California, after twenty-seven years of work in the Philippine Islands.
10 Ruth Rosenberger receives award at Pi Theta dinner
College Eye 28:34, p.3
5/28/1937 Receives necklace from the Philippines from Iris Branagan..
11 Mrs. Lucille Klaus Lowe
Alumnus 21:2, p.21
4/1/1937 Teaches in the Philippine Islands.
12 Mrs. W. R. Richardson
Alumnus 21:2, p.21
4/1/1937 The former Grace Williams teaches at the Philippine Normal School in the Philippines.
13 Filipino to speak at Gilchrist and Westminster House
College Eye 28:18, p.3
1/29/1937 Florencio Capiz will speak on international friendship.
14 Mary Jo Read
Alumnus 19:4, p.25
10/1/1935 Spent the summer touring the Far East.
15 Editorials; Philippine independence
College Eye 24:10, p.2
11/11/1932 Politicians disagree on the effects of independence for the Philippine Islands.
16 College students who smiled wisely
Public Relations News Release 1931:354, p.1
4/25/1932 Julian Torrano states that kite flying, in the Philippines, is not for children, but for adults.
17 George H. McManus
Alumnus 16:2, p.23
4/1/1932 History of different ranks in his army career; now executive officer of organized reserves in the first corps area.
18 Denmark and the Philippines send students to T. C.
Alumnus 14:1, p.15
1/1/1930 Finn Bjorn Eriksen and Julian Torrano study here.
19 Denmark and the Philippines send students to T. C.
College Eye 21:6, p.1
10/17/1929 Finn Eriksen and Julian Torrano are attending.
20 Filipino student likes State Teachers College
College Eye 21:2, p.1
9/19/1929 Julian Torrano gives impressions of ISTC.
21 Mary E. Polley
College Eye 19:6, p.7
10/12/1927 May Polley visited; has taught in the Philippines.
22 Venancio Trinidad
College Eye 19:5, p.5
10/5/1927 Has been sent from the Philippines to Seattle, Washington, to study teacher training.
23 Mac H. Donaldson
College Eye 19:1, p.3
5/25/1927 Mac H. Donaldson finds job in United States after three years in the Philippines.
24 Mr. Carino meets with league for World Friendship
College Eye 18:35, p.1
3/23/1927 Spoke on problems of Philippine Islands.
25 Word from Mr. Carino
College Eye 18:34, p.2
3/16/1927 Francisco Carino, from the Philippine Islands, will visit campus.
26 I. S. T. C. meets Upper Iowa in a dual debate
College Eye 18:19, p.1
11/17/1926 Will debate independence of Philippine Islands.
27 Debaters for the fall
College Eye 18:18, p.3
11/10/1926 Men and women will debate Upper Iowa.
28 Macario G. Naval
College Eye 18:3, p.3
6/25/1926 Writes that he is back in the Philippines.
29 Macario Naval leaves for University of Illinois
College Eye 16:20, p.8
2/4/1925 Student from the Philippine Islands has been studying at ISTC.
30 Chris N. Scott
College Eye 15:4, p.7
9/26/1923 Is teaching in the Philippines.
31 Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Ernissee
College Eye 14:48, p.4
6/22/1923 Visited College Hill on their way to San Francisco and the Philippine Islands, where they plan to teach.
32 Philippino student enthused with Teachers College
College Eye 14:37, p.1
3/21/1923 Gregorio Dimaano visited campus.
33 Likes College Eye, says Trinidad in letter to editor
Trinidad--Venancio (Class of 1922)
College Eye 14:26, p.1
12/13/1922 Venancio Trinidad praises the College Eye; shares experiences of teaching in the Philippine Islands.
34 Teachers' pensions
College Eye 14:18, p.6
10/18/1922 Former student Venancio Trinidad sends information about pensions for teachers in the Philippines.
35 Letter from Trinidad
Trinidad--Venancio (Class of 1922)
College Eye 14:16, p.1
10/4/1922 Former student Venancio Trinidad tells about his experiences in the teaching department of Northern Luzon Normal School in the Philippine Islands.
36 Dr. and Mrs. Mac Donaldson
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.2
10/1/1922 Professor Mac Donaldson resides in the Philippine Islands, where he works in the Economics Department of Philippine University at Manila.
37 McPherrin H. Donaldson
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.7
7/1/1922 McPherrin H. Donaldson is named professor of economics at the University of the Philippines, Manilla.
38 Prof. Donaldson advances
College Eye 13:33, p.1
5/3/1922 Professor Donaldson will teach in the Philippine Islands.
39 Trinidad gives his oration to special assembly; America's supreme test
College Eye 13:33, p.1
5/3/1922 Text of address on Philippine Islands.
40 Aristo debate
College Eye 13:31, p.3
4/19/1922 Debate Philippine independence with Philos.
41 Mary E. Polley
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 Mary E. Polley serves as the representative of the Iowa State Teachers College at the inauguration of Professor Guy Potter Benton as President of the University of the Philippines.
42 Last weekend
College Eye 13:23, p.8
2/22/1922 Venancio Trinidad spoke in Storm Lake.
43 George W. Satterthwaite
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.6
1/1/1922 George W. Satterthwaite returns home from the Philippines to visit his elderly mother.
44 May E. Polley
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.5
1/1/1922 May E. Polley serves as representative of the Iowa State Teachers College at the inauguration of Guy Benton as President of the Philippines.
45 Chris Scott likes Philippines
Scott--Chris (Classes of 1918 and 1921)
College Eye 13:15, p.6
12/7/1921 Gives some first impressions of his new job.
46 Arrangements for debate during winter completed
College Eye 13:13, p.1
11/23/1921 Will debate Des Moines University on questions relating to the Philippine Islands.
47 Scott goes to Philippines
College Eye 13:2, p.5
9/7/1921 Chris Scott will teach in the Philippines for two years.
48 Venancio Trinidad
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.2
7/1/1921 Teachers College student and Filipino Independence advocate, Venancio Trinidad, speaks before the Kiiwanis Club of Cedar Rapids on the emancipation of the Philippines.
49 Social Science Club
College Eye 12:27, p.6
3/30/1921 Venancio Trinidad talks on present conditions of Philippines.
50 America's influences in the Philippines
College Eye 12:11, p.6
11/11/1920 Venancio Trinidad addresses meeting.


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