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Robinson--Leigh E. (Class of 1904)

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1 Leigh E. Robinson
Alumnus 27:2, p.28
4/1/1943 Moved to Bellingham, Washington, after living in Alaska for many years.
2 Leigh E. Robinson
Alumnus 25:2, p.9
4/1/1941 Has been transferred from Klawock to Hoonah, Alaska. After a six-year stay at Klawock, the Robinsons have moved to their new location, where they are engaged in the Indian service.
3 Ninety-two alumni live, work in foreign fields
Alumnus 21:1, p.7
1/1/1937 Roster of alumni in US possessions or foreign countries.
4 Mrs. Roy A. Marken
Alumnus 19:4, p.22
10/1/1935 The former Dorothy H. McMelleon and her family live in Seattle, Washington, after living in Alaska for a year.
5 Robinson, '04, escapes Nome fire
Alumnus 19:2, p.14
4/1/1935 Leigh E. Robinson recounts experiences in Alaska.
6 Leigh E. Robinson
Alumnus 19:1, p.16
1/1/1935 Moved to Klavock, Alaska.
7 Sends $200 for Campanile fund
College Eye 19:43, p.1
7/19/1928 L. E. Robinson sends gift in memory of his parents.
8 Leigh Robinson
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.5
10/1/1921 Leigh Robinson, principal of the consolidated school in Deming, Washington, spends the summer in Cedar Falls with his family.
9 Robinson
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.6
10/1/1921 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson die, and are survived by their sons, Leigh and Benjamin Robinson. William Robinson served as an expert carpenter for the college, contributing to many campus buildings.
10 Brief Reports 17
Alumni News Letter 2:1, p.1
1/1/1918 Leigh Robinson appointed Superintendent of Schools in Deming, Washington, resigning his position in the U.S. Revenue Department in Blaine, Washington
11 Official
College Eye 7:10, p.6
11/24/1915 News of alumni; news of other normal schools.
12 Untitled
College Eye 1:2, p.7
9/20/1911 Student, faculty, and alumni news notes.
13 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.18
9/15/1909 Announces teacher association meetings; President Seerley met alumni at meeting in Seattle.
14 The following are teachers in the high schools or principals
Normal Eyte 19:16, p.253
1/27/1909 Roster of Normalites and their current locations.
15 The Palouse Republic of April 12
Normal Eyte 17:35, p.548
6/5/1907 Praise for work of Charles Henry; Leigh Robinson is assistant principal there.
16 After a successful experience in teaching in the west last year
Normal Eyte 17:23, p.361
3/6/1907 Leigh Robinson likes the West; will teach in Washington state.
17 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.560
6/6/1906 Normalites meet for reunion in Montana.
18 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 16:17, p.267
1/24/1906 Principal in Montana.
19 A day in Chicago
Normal Eyte 15:32, p.499
5/17/1905 Twenty Normal students spent the weekend in Chicago.
20 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.311
2/15/1905 Is working in Chicago for Sears, Roebuck, and Company.
21 Republicans organize; political pot begins to boil at Normal
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.67
10/8/1904 The Republican students gathered to develop a Republican Club; new officers were elected.
22 On Tuesday evening
Normal Eyte 14:35, p.565
6/4/1904 Aristos and Shakes have a party in Waterloo.
23 Debaters were chosen; the team to meet Kansas has been selected
Normal Eyte 14:29, p.449
4/16/1904 Raymond Dix, Percival Magee, and Ernest Walker were selected; C. O. Ruggles will be alternate.
24 A large audience gathered
Normal Eyte 14:21, p.335
2/13/1904 Aristos presented Dickens program.
25 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 14:10, p.157
11/7/1903 Leigh Robinson visited the Hill.
26 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 14:6, p.93
10/10/1903 Leigh Robinson attended chapel last week.
27 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 13:16, p.248
1/17/1903 Principal at Ridgeway.
28 The following orations
Normal Eyte 13:11, p.173
11/15/1902 Roster of speakers and topics.
29 Ames preliminary debate; fierce forensic struggle- large audience--societies attend in bodies--colors, yells, etc.
Normal Eyte 13:6, p.91
10/11/1902 Account of the debate.
30 Aristo
Lambert--Harry F. (Class of 1904)
Normal Eyte 12:17, p.263
1/25/1902 Waiting to get into new meeting room.
31 Twenty-fourth triangular debate
Normal Eyte 12:8, p.114
11/2/1901 Detailed account of recent debate involving the men's literary societies.
32 Triangular
Normal Eyte 12:5, p.66
10/12/1901 Men are preparing for the triangular literary society debate.
33 Appointments in cadet corps
Normal Eyte 12:3, p.44
9/28/1901 Roster of Student Battalion officers.

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