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Displaying 101 - 145 of 145
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101 Army text books being stored in Lawther attic
College Eye 35:37, p.2
7/7/1944 Over 5000 books will be put in storage.
102 Book exhibit is on display for eighth year
College Eye 33:37, p.3
6/26/1942 Will display textbooks.
103 Twenty book companies hold annual exhibit
College Eye 31:37, p.3
6/28/1940 On display.
104 Twenty companies to display textbooks
College Eye 31:36, p.1
105 Dog Town
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1940 Brief description of the event; photo.
106 Display of books for children to be next week
College Eye 31:9, p.1
11/10/1939 Will be on display in the Library.
107 Beware of unscrupulous book agents
College Eye 30:38, p.3
7/7/1939 Professor Denny warns about book agents.
108 Teachers should see annual book exhibit
College Eye 30:37, p.3
6/30/1939 More than twenty leading book publishing companies will put out their annual exhibit of textbooks and school materials.
109 Book display next week
College Eye 29:39, p.3
7/8/1938 Latest textbooks will be on display.
110 Watson tells how to solve book problem
College Eye 28:39, p.2
7/2/1937 Professor Watson has written several successful textbooks.
111 #NAME?
College Eye 27:10, p.1
7/31/1936 Textbooks are heavy and long.
112 Lloyd L. Jones, author visits at college, Monday
College Eye 27:8, p.1
7/17/1936 Textbook representatives in town.
113 Colorful, bugproof bindings displayed in book exhibits
College Eye 27:7, p.4
7/10/1936 Display of textbooks.
114 College bookstore, and 'Y' exchanges discontinued May 1
College Eye 26:41, p.4
5/3/1935 Various services will be discontinued.
115 What's her name? Did she send her picture? Secrets!
College Eye 25:4, p.1
6/30/1933 New owner of old book writes back to ISTC.
116 Editorials; textbook trash
College Eye 24:13, p.2
12/9/1932 Nobody should take a textbook as very much more than an introduction to a subject in which the masterworks are really the important things.
117 Forum: high prices of textbooks
Johnson--Oscar (Class of 1933)
College Eye 24:13, p.2
12/9/1932 In response to a survey, the College Eye will institute a column devoted to student editorial viewpoints; Oscar Johnson does not like the current buy-back practices of local bookstores; believes students should organize and protest.
118 Students here will spend close to $15,183 for books this week
College Eye 22:12, p.3
12/1/1930 A look at the cost and sheer volume of college textbooks.
119 Forty-three colleges, sixteen universities, and five foreign schools
Public Relations News Release 1929:557, p.1
8/2/1930 The "Currier and Watson Freshman Mathematics" co-written by E. E. Watson, is used by about sixty-five schools.
120 E. E. Watson, professor of mathematics
Public Relations News Release 1929:238, p.1
2/18/1930 The professor's math textbook gets published.
121 One in a series of books
Public Relations News Release 1929:90, p.1
12/6/1929 Effie Schunemen edited an elementary school text book.
122 Annual exhibit of children's books held
College Eye 20:9, p.2
11/8/1928 In Library.
123 Macmillan publishers exhibit textbooks
College Eye 18:53, p.1
8/10/1927 For benefit of prospective teachers.
124 Book exchange
College Eye 18:9, p.5
9/8/1926 YWCA adopts new policy; will buy books from students and then sell them, rather than accept them on consignment.
125 Brazil official compliments on local text book; Miss Wild and Miss White share honors as authors
College Eye 18:3, p.1
6/25/1926 Book by Professors Wild and White receives high praise.
126 Notice! Please!
College Eye 16:26, p.8
3/18/1925 Books must be removed from the Book Exchange immediately.
127 Y. W. C. A. book exchange
College Eye 15:36, p.6
5/21/1924 Students can bring their old books to sell; ten cents is charged for the service.
128 Spring term book exchange
College Eye 14:36, p.8
3/14/1923 Sponsored by YWCA.
129 The Y. W. C. A.
College Eye 14:25, p.8
12/6/1922 YWCA will hold book exchange.
130 Y. W. C. A. book exchange
College Eye 14:24, p.1
11/29/1922 To be held at beginning of winter term.
131 Alison E. Aitchison
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.3
7/1/1921 Professor Alison E. Aitchison of the Department of Natural Science pens a new geography textbook being published by Ginn and Company.
132 Book exchange
College Eye 12:14, p.1
12/1/1920 Y. W. C. A. to act as second-hand book seller.
133 Book exchange
College Eye 10:19, p.5
3/19/1919 YWCA exchange proceeds were over $250
134 Book exchange
College Eye 10:18, p.6
3/12/1919 YWCA operating book exchange.
135 Books
College Eye 10:4, p.2
11/6/1918 Editorial suggests that students should not put aside textbooks to read magazines and fiction.
136 History teachers
College Eye 7:29, p.5
5/10/1916 Encourages students to see the newest history textbook.
137 Studies in Organization and Teaching
Bender--Wilbur H. (Classes of 1886 and 1890; Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:19, p.317
2/2/1910 Ideas for future teachers.
138 Text book prices.
Normal Eyte 20:3, p.40
139 Textbook prices.
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.36
9/15/1909 C. A. Wise offers good prices on textbooks.
140 Text book prices
Normal Eyte 20:1, p.7
9/8/1909 C. A. Wise & Sons Company seems to have the best textbook prices.
141 Macy and Geiser's Government of Iowa
Normal Eyte 15:25, p.385
3/29/1905 A textbook written by Professor Geiser on Iowa government is said to be promising.
142 Normal's exhibit; our school will be well represented at St. Louis
Normal Eyte 14:24, p.369
3/5/1904 Professor Knoepfler is in charge of the exhibit at the World's Fair; description of the material.
143 Field excursions; Miss Knudsen writes of their relation to geography
Knudsen--Grace W. (Physiography Faculty)
Normal Eyte 14:10, p.145
11/7/1903 Dubuque provides good area for geography field excursions.
144 Inquiry has come concerning textbooks used in the Training and Preparatory schools
Normal Eyte 13:3, p.39
9/20/1902 Description of texts to be used.
145 Some of our students
Normal Eyte 5:7, p.50
11/2/1895 Seeking a way to buy cheaper textbooks.


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