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Robinson--Lilly (Classes of 1906 and 1911; Social Science Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
1 Four whose lives were close to campus affairs, taken by death during fall term
Alumnus 19:1, p.11
1/1/1935 Clara Seerley died November 13, 1934; Laura Falkler died October 31, 1934; James E. Robinson died September 6, 1934; Mrs. Harry Eells died November 6, 1934; short biographical sketches.
2 Miller injures hip; Robinson substitutes
College Eye 26:2, p.3
6/15/1934 Professor Miller may be away from work for six months.
3 Six additions to faculty for summer made
College Eye 26:2, p.1
6/15/1934 Roster of faculty changes.
4 Three teachers have been added to the staff for the summer term
Public Relations News Release 1934:521, p.1
6/1/1934 Three teachers have also returned from leaves of absence.
5 Youth peace group will hear lecture
College Eye 24:19, p.3
2/10/1933 Lilly Robinson will speak.
6 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.253
6/1/1931 Honorary members, sorores on faculty, sorores in college, and pledges; photo.
7 Major Robert L. Robinson
Alumnus 14:4, p.24
10/1/1930 Major Robinson of the United States Health Service at Buffalo,, New York attended the National Dental Convention at Denver, Colorado. He also visited his aunts, Lillie Robinson and Mary Robinson, and his uncle James E. Robinson at Cedar Falls.
8 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.279
6/1/1930 Honorary members, sisters on faculty, sisters in college, and pledges; photos.
9 Kappa Theta Psi initiates
College Eye 21:28, p.7
4/18/1930 Mae Lewis was formally initiated.
10 Mrs. J. E. Robinson dies at campus home
College Eye 21:15, p.1
1/17/1930 Brief obituary for Mrs. Robinson.
11 Miss Rigdon will have leave of absence for the spring semester
College Eye 20:24, p.5
3/14/1929 Vera Rigdon will study in Chicago. Mrs. Jean Brady Jones will work toward her doctoral degree. Other faculty members return to work.
12 Courtesy for Miss Martin
College Eye 19:14, p.5
12/7/1927 Travel gifts presented.
13 Kappa Theta Psi
College Eye 18:34, p.8
3/16/1927 News about members.
14 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.292
6/1/1925 Sorority members; sorority colors and flower; photo.
15 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.316
6/1/1924 Names of members.
16 Kappa Theta Psi holds formal initiation; annual banquet held in Blacks Tea Room, Waterloo, pledges give delightful program
College Eye 15:16, p.3
12/19/1923 Roster of initiates; description of program.
17 Lilly Robinson
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.5
10/1/1922 Lilly Robinson visits her brother, Dr. Lindsay Robinson, on her vacation.
18 Alpha
Old Gold 0:0, p.142
6/1/1921 Brief history of the society.
19 Lily Robinson
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.4
4/1/1920 Lily Robinson appointed teacher in community civics at West Waterloo High School.
20 Miss Lillian Robinson
College Eye 11:20, p.8
2/18/1920 Teaching community civics at West Waterloo High School.
21 Brief Reports 12
Alumni News Letter 2:2, p.1
4/1/1918 Lilly Robinson promoted to Principal of Canton, South Dakota, High School.
22 Miss Lily Robinson
College Eye 8:28, p.8
5/9/1917 Returned from South Dakota where she had been teaching.
23 Miss Lily Robinson
College Eye 4:19, p.6
2/11/1915 is studying in Iowa City.
24 Lily Robinson
College Eye 4:14, p.6
1/7/1915 Is substituting for Miss Parker in Cedar Falls.
25 Lilly Robinson
College Eye 4:3, p.8
9/24/1914 Working in Iowa City at the University.
26 Misses Irma Bangs, Lillian Robinson and Ruth Egloff
College Eye 3:2, p.46
9/11/1913 Toured Yellowstone Park.
27 Alpha Society
Old Gold 0:0, p.130
6/1/1912 Roster of student and faculty members.
28 Grover Hammersly
College Eye 1:27, p.3
5/1/1912 Will be principal in Cedar Falls; Viola Nolte and Lillian Robinson will teach there, too.
29 Lillian Robinson
College Eye 1:25, p.6
4/17/1912 Returned to Fort Madison on Wednesday after spending her spring vacation at home.
30 Lilly Robinson
College Eye 1:14, p.7
1/17/1912 Has received a position at Fort Madison High School.
31 Miss Lillian Robinson
College Eye 1:14, p.8
1/17/1912 Will teach in Fort Madison.
32 Society rush begins; many delightful social events for the new girls
College Eye 1:2, p.7
9/20/1911 Societies held social gatherings.
33 A number of high school students
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.486
4/20/1910 Were entertained by Lily Robinson
34 Lillie Robinson
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.79
10/9/1907 Visited Myrtle Fortune in New Hartford.
35 Lilly Robinson
Normal Eyte 17:33, p.527
5/22/1907 Will teach in Cedar Falls.
36 Miss Lily Robinson
Normal Eyte 17:14, p.221
12/19/1906 At home.
37 Lillian Robinson
Normal Eyte 17:1, p.15
9/12/1906 Teaching in New Hartford.
38 Lilly Robinson
Normal Eyte 17:1, p.10
9/12/1906 Teaching at New Hartford.
39 Student portraits
Pedagog 0:0, p.25
6/1/1906 Student portraits; photo.
40 The Alpha Society
Pedagog 0:0, p.81
6/1/1906 Brief history of the society and a quick look at some of the activities of the group; photo.
41 The Alpha Society
Kaye--Fanny Gladys (Class of 1905)
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.30
6/1/1905 Brief history of the first literary society for women with summary of events in the last year; photo.
42 Alpha
Normal Eyte 15:32, p.508
5/17/1905 The recent program was devoted solely to the subject of English. New officers were elected.
43 Alpha
Normal Eyte 15:29, p.460
4/26/1905 The Alpha presented an Easter program.
44 Alpha
Normal Eyte 15:15, p.236
1/10/1905 At the recent Alpha meeting, the "Mouse Trap" was performed by members of the society.
45 Resolutions of sympathy
Normal Eyte 14:13, p.202
12/5/1903 The Alphas publish a resolution of sympathy for the family of Clara Thompson.

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