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Seerley--Clement Clifford (Class of 1901)

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1 It's Seerley Boulevard now
Alumnus 27:4, p.9
10/1/1943 24th Street renamed in honor of President Seerley; change promoted by local Rotary Club; Seerley family expresses gratitude.
2 Personals
College Eye 25:4, p.3
6/30/1933 News about faculty and students.
3 Dr. Homer H. Seerley
Public Relations News Release 1932:143, p.1
12/5/1932 Biography of the late President Seerley.
4 'Good old days' of football recalled by J. D. Thompson; former player tells how it was done in 1900
College Eye 24:7, p.2
10/21/1932 Recalls players, formations, and plays.
5 Dr. H. H. Seerley suffers stroke; President-emeritus has good chance for recovery from attack
College Eye 23:28, p.1
1/29/1932 Suffered stroke on January 20, 1932.
6 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
Alumnus 16:1, p.26
1/1/1932 Is a physician and surgeon at Bozeman, Montana.
7 Marjorie Seerley
Alumnus 15:3, p.12
7/1/1931 Granddaughter of President Seerley graduates from high school and may attend Northwestern University.
8 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
Alumnus 14:4, p.27
10/1/1930 Seerley, a physician at Bozeman, Montana, who attended the Seerley family reunion in June, motored to Iowa City to see the new buildings at the State University. He also visited the May Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota.
9 John M. Dunkerton
Alumnus 14:4, p.26
10/1/1930 Dunkerton, a traveling salesman, Des Moines, Iowa, has been traveling by auto in Twenty-six different states, writing modern insurance contracts. He recently visited C. C. Seerley, and Carl S. Axtell.
10 Seerley family meets
Alumnus 14:3, p.5
7/1/1930 Son C. C. and daughters Helen and Esther, with their families, visit President Emeritus Seerley.
11 Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Seerley
College Eye 21:36, p.3
6/13/1930 Clem Seerley and his family will visit President and Mrs. Seerley; may have family reunion.
12 Married 50 years
College Eye 19:42, p.7
7/12/1928 All of the Seerley children and grandchildren attended President and Mrs. Seerley's anniversary.
13 Welcome
Old Gold 0:0, p.222
6/1/1927 Photos of student activities, including Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration and Class Day stunts.
14 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.
15 President and Mrs. Seerley
College Eye 14:56, p.4
8/17/1923 Returned from visiting their son.
16 President and Mrs. Seerley
College Eye 14:53, p.1
7/27/1923 President and Mrs. Seerley will visit Bozeman, Montana.
17 Dr. Clem Seerley
College Eye 13:17, p.8
1/11/1922 Visited during Christmas.
18 The Seerley Family Reunion
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.3
1/1/1922 The Seerley family holds a family reunion over the holiday season.
19 Vacation
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.1
10/1/1921 President and Mrs. Seerley travel to Montana to visit the home of Professor Clem C. Seerley in Bozeman.
20 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.5
1/1/1921 Clem Seerley closed year as Worshipful Master in Bozeman, Montana, Masonic Lodge.
21 Homer H. Seerley
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.3
10/1/1920 Attended N. E. A. in Salt Lake City and vacationed with family.
22 President Seerley
College Eye 12:2, p.8
9/8/1920 Attended NEA meeting; visiting son in Montana.
23 Clem C. Seerley
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.7
7/1/1920 Clem C. Seerley and family spent vacation at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
24 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.4
4/1/1920 Clem C. Seerley is Worshipful Master of Masonic Lodge in Manhattan, Montana.
25 Dr. Clement Clifford Seerley
Alumni News Letter 3:3, p.6
7/1/1919 Clement Clifford Seerley moved to Montana to work as physician and surgeon.
26 Phyliss Eloise Seerley
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.5
4/1/1919 Phyliss Eloise Seerley, daughter of Clem C. Seerley and wife was born January 21, 1919.
27 President and Mrs. Homer H. Seerley
College Eye 7:2, p.8
9/29/1915 Spent time traveling in the West.
28 Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Seerley and daughter
College Eye 3:19, p.326
2/12/1914 Returned to their home in Manhattan, Montana, after attending the wedding of Esther Seerley.
29 C. C. Seerley and family
College Eye 3:14, p.246
1/8/1914 Visited President Seerley.
30 A telegram received by President and Mrs. H. H. Seerley
College Eye 3:1, p.21
6/12/1913 Received news of a grandson; new baby is son of Dr. and Mrs. Clem Seerley.
31 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
College Eye 2:2, p.3
9/12/1912 Married Ruth Parlasca on June 12, 1912.
32 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
College Eye 2:2, p.3
9/12/1912 Married Ruth Parlasca on June 12, 1912.
33 Exchanges
College Eye 1:11, p.6
11/22/1911 News from other colleges.
34 Dr. Clem C. Seerley
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.134
10/26/1910 Resides in Manhattan, Montana.
35 Dr. C. C. Seerley
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.20
9/15/1909 Is visiting his parents, President and Mrs. Seerley.
36 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 17:25, p.392
3/27/1907 Studying medicine at Northwestern University.
37 C. C. Seerley
Normal Eyte 17:4, p.55
10/3/1906 Studying medicine at University of Iowa.
38 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 17:3, p.48
9/26/1906 Continues medical studies at University of Iowa.
39 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 17:2, p.32
9/19/1906 Went to Chicago.
40 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 16:12, p.190
11/29/1905 Visited home.
41 Helen Seerley
Normal Eyte 16:8, p.124
11/1/1905 Visited brother at Iowa City.
42 John Parish, Grant Hayden, Clem Seerley, and J. N. Streff
Normal Eyte 15:32, p.506
5/17/1905 Attended field meet in Cedar Falls.
43 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 15:7, p.104
10/22/1904 Has taken up work at the medical college in Iowa City.
44 Esther Seerley
Normal Eyte 14:29, p.458
4/16/1904 Visited brother Clem.
45 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 14:27, p.430
4/2/1904 Home for a visit.
46 Among the recent guests
Normal Eyte 14:10, p.150
11/7/1903 C. I. Lambert, George Eckhard, Wesley Wiler, and Clem Seerley visited campus.
47 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 13:28, p.444
4/18/1903 Returned to Iowa City.
48 Clem Seerley
Normal Eyte 13:27, p.429
4/11/1903 Home from Iowa City.
49 Some of the young men who came home to vote
Normal Eyte 13:10, p.155
11/8/1902 A number of men came back home to vote in the elections.
50 Several boys
Normal Eyte 13:4, p.59
9/27/1902 Several former Normalites are now studying at the University of Iowa.


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