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Spanish-American War

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1 Spanish-American veterans see special Wave review
College Eye 34:34, p.1
6/25/1943 Had been in Waterloo for annual encampment.
2 Colonel Shaffer knows Bataan defenses
Alumnus 26:3, p.28
7/1/1942 Pearl M. Shaffer was a second lieutenant and later a captain of infantry the U. S. Army; he has now retired; three other graduates also served in the Spanish-American War.
3 Rev. O. H. L. Mason
Alumnus 24:3, p.32
7/1/1940 Of Long Beach, died March 8; survived by his wife, one son, Dr. Verne Mason of Los Angeles, and a sister; served as chaplain of the 49th Iowa Infantry during the Spanish American War; served as minister in Green Mountain, Shell Rock, and Reinbeck.
4 Edwin M. Wilcox
Alumnus 14:2, p.27
4/1/1930 Wilcox, of Independence, Iowa, who has been farming for several years in Buchanan County, has been appointed county treasurer for the year of 1930. Mr. Wilcox was a Spanish-American War veteran.
5 T. C. Vets
Old Gold 0:0, p.243
6/1/1925 Office roll; purpose; photo.
6 Honorary ex-service men
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1922 Members, Armistice Day program.
7 Commencement programs are distributed
College Eye 10:26, p.1
5/14/1919 Schedule of activities.
8 A regular soldier
College Eye 9:26, p.8
4/17/1918 Professor H. L. Eells will do YMCA work at Camp Dodge; served in Spanish-American War.
9 Military Column
College Eye 9:19, p.6
2/20/1918 Absences from drill practice must be excused; profile of Major Sheppard Philpot.
10 Our soldier boys
Old Gold 0:0, p.271
6/1/1909 James Martin and A. L. Smith are active in the United State Army, photo of the Mathew Hall Quartet.
11 A cable dispatch from Catbalogan
Normal Eyte 12:13, p.200
12/14/1901 Robert Crawford drowned in a military accident in the Philippine Islands.
12 Remarkable progress of education in Porto Rico
Normal Eyte 12:13, p.195
12/14/1901 Martin G. Brumbaugh reports on work done there.
13 The editors of the Normal Eyte
Normal Eyte 12:8, p.119
11/2/1901 Pearl M. Shaffer is a first lieutenant in the US Army stationed in Ohio; Lieutenant Shaffer notes that ISNS has furnished four officers since the beginning of the Spanish-American War: H. E. Whitney, Pearl M. Shaffer, Leslie Chapman, and Robert Crawford.
14 Francisco Pino
Normal Eyte 11:30, p.739
5/4/1901 Cuban boy visits campus.
15 Harry E. Whitney
Normal Eyte 9:34, p.807
6/9/1900 Enlisted in the army; married Elizabeth Heaton; died in 1899.
16 Chas. E. Mulinex
Normal Eyte 9:33, p.786
6/2/1900 Principal musician in the South Dakota Regimental Band; went to the Philippine Islands.
17 Lieut. P. M. Shaffer
Normal Eyte 9:29, p.690
5/5/1900 Visiting and telling stories from the Spanish-American War.
18 The remains of the late Harry E. Whitney
Normal Eyte 9:21, p.494
3/3/1900 Harry Whitney buried near New Hartford; died in Cuba last spring.
19 America's war for 1900
Johnsrud--J. J. (Class of 1898)
Normal Eyte 9:18, p.423
2/10/1900 Poetic reminder that life goes on.
20 Lieut. P. M. Shaffer
Normal Eyte 9:18, p.425
2/10/1900 Recuperating from illness after Army duty in the Philippines.
21 In general: duty of the American citizen
Wise--Mabel (Class of 1900)
Normal Eyte 9:16, p.376
1/27/1900 Looks at America's emerging role in the world.
22 Aristo
Normal Eyte 9:15, p.360
1/20/1900 Present Army program on soldiers' experiences during Spanish-American War.
23 Volume I, No. I, of the Home Culture Magazine
Normal Eyte 9:14, p.331
1/13/1900 D. R. Perkins has article in it.
24 Maurice Pearl
Normal Eyte 9:11, p.259
11/25/1899 Will return to school after completing military service.
25 Dwight Swain and F. R. Chantry
Normal Eyte 9:10, p.235
11/18/1899 Went to Malvern for reception for 51st Iowa.
26 Chase E. Mullenix
Normal Eyte 9:8, p.180
11/4/1899 Returned from Philippines; spoke to students.
27 Editorial: Ames wins debate by two to one
Normal Eyte 9:8, p.173
11/4/1899 Full report next week. Boards at ISNS and University of Iowa offering free tuition to students who are veterans of the Spanish-American War; Normal Eyte will not publish resolutions of sympathy this year.
28 James Lewark
Normal Eyte 9:8, p.179
11/4/1899 Returned from Philippines; will live in Colorado.
29 Official
Normal Eyte 9:8, p.174
11/4/1899 Important policy and procedure announcements including tuition exemption for Spanish-American War veterans; faculty considering adjustments to curriculum; hope to put summer session on regular basis; school needs $100,000 for new buildings.
30 Miss Call
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.85
10/7/1899 Entertained friends; Jay Freeburg talked about army life.
31 Other items
Normal Eyte 9:4, p.79
10/7/1899 Schedule will continue with seven periods to accommodate the large number of students; War Department will return the two field guns; grading and landscaping of east edge of campus will continue.
32 The July report of the Fifty-first
Normal Eyte 9:2, p.33
9/23/1899 Questions report on A. F. Burton's military experience.
33 Mr. Speer . . . .
Normal Eyte 9:1, p.13
9/16/1899 Roster of those who were in the Army and are now enrolled.
34 R. T. Crawford
Normal Eyte 9:1, p.10
9/16/1899 Now first lieutenant in regular army.
35 Whitney memorial
Normal Eyte 8:35, p.495
6/17/1899 Description of memorial services for Harry E. Whitney, who died while in service in the Army.
36 In memory of the late Lieut. Harry E. Whitney
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.481
6/3/1899 Orio Society will hold memorial service.
37 Mame Weller and Mr. Edland
Normal Eyte 8:33, p.469
5/27/1899 Visited campus.
38 Messrs. Dawes and Voorhees
Normal Eyte 8:33, p.469
5/27/1899 Visited campus.
39 Will Dean
Normal Eyte 8:33, p.468
5/27/1899 Guest of Blanche Riggs.
40 John Ames
Normal Eyte 8:32, p.453
5/20/1899 Visited campus.
41 Word comes through the press
Normal Eyte 8:32, p.453
5/20/1899 Harry Whitney died of fever in Cuba.
42 Word has been received
Normal Eyte 8:32, p.453
5/20/1899 A. F. Burton serving with army in the Philippines.
43 P. M. Shaffer
Normal Eyte 8:30, p.415
5/6/1899 Travels with regiment to Philippines.
44 Zeta
Normal Eyte 8:28, p.395
4/22/1899 Account of recent meeting with Spanish-American War theme.
45 The flag was at half mast
Normal Eyte 8:26, p.365
4/8/1899 To honor burial of soldiers at Arlington Cemetery.
46 Letter from the Philippines
Normal Eyte 8:25, p.345
4/1/1899 Letter on conditions there.
47 In a letter from Pinardel Rio, Cuba
Normal Eyte 8:21, p.294
2/18/1899 Harry Whitney likes his work.
48 Through the courtesy of Mr. Wm. Coates
Belz--Jacob Otto (Class of 1893)
Normal Eyte 8:21, p.289
2/18/1899 Text of letter from J. O. Belz describing conditions in Cuba.
49 The Governor has appointed
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.268
2/4/1899 Lillian Goodwin's brother as second lieutenant; sent to Cuba.
50 C. E. Steele
Normal Eyte 8:17, p.237
1/21/1899 Discharged from army; now visiting Fields farm.


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