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World's Fairs

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1 Women's Chorus performs at World's Fair
UNI Century 12:3, p.7
6/1/1984 Performs in New Orleans.
2 Concert set for Sunday
Northern Iowan 80:55, p.16
4/27/1984 Preparing for trip to World's Fair in New Orleans.
3 Epsilon Pi Tau
Northern Iowan 79:9, p.8
9/28/1982 Ron Bro will talk about the 1982 World's Fair.
4 World's Fair highlights energy
Northern Iowan 79:3, p.9
9/3/1982 A quick look at the exhibits.
5 Jazz band performs at Expo, national jazz meeting
UNI Century 3:1, p.3
1/1/1975 Director recounts experiences at World's Fair in Seattle and at jazz educators conference; photo.
6 Poor cultural training shown in exhibit denial
College Eye 58:20, p.2
3/6/1964 An art exhibit at the World's Fair was not put up for fear it would spark controversy.
7 Cut-rate tickets available for World's Fair
College Eye 58:17, p.5
2/14/1964 May purchase tickets for New York Fair.
8 '58 grad is Brussels guide
Alumnus 42:3, p.18
9/1/1958 Description of duties of Pat Maxwell at World's Fair.
9 Pat Maxwell is guide at World Trade Fair
Alumnus 42:2, p.5
5/1/1958 One of three hundred American guides at Brussels Fair.
10 Letter to the editor
Maxwell--Patricia J. (Class of 1958)
College Eye 49:29, p.2
4/25/1958 Student writes TC from the World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium.
11 Pat Maxwell to Brussels' World Fair
College Eye 49:27, p.1
4/11/1958 Will be guide at world's fair; photo.
12 Nationally famous Marionettes at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:184, p.1
1/22/1951 The nationally famous Tatterman Marionette show will be in the auditorium. The puppets were featured at the New York World's fair and in the first marionette motion pictures.Pupils in the campus school will see a special performance Wednesday afternoon.
13 Lloyd Haberichter
Alumnus 25:2, p.17
4/1/1941 Is principal of the Wapello Consolidated Schools; They have two children: Donna Mae and James Lloyd. He spent the summers of 1939 and 1940 working at the New York's World Fair, as supervisor and assistant manager of the American Express concession.
14 Edward M. Wiler (Joyce Wengert)
Alumnus 24:2, p.26
4/1/1940 Reside in Chicago, where he is a research physicist for the Portland Cement Association. They traveled in Canada and the East last summer, stopping for several days in New York City to visit the World's Fair.
15 James O. Perrine, Jr.
Alumnus 24:1, p.22
1/1/1940 Son of J. O. Perrine, Upper Montclair, N. J., was in charge of the American Telephone and Telegraph booth at the New York World's Fair this past summer. His father, is now assistant vice-president of the A. T. and T. Co.
16 Louise E. Arildson
Alumnus 24:1, p.22
1/1/1940 Now residing in Nyack, N. Y. She and a friend, Florence L. Halstead, traveled through the West last summer. They visited in Salt Lake City, attended the Iowa picnic at Long Beach, and attended the San Francisco fair.
17 Bands march tomorrow at opening game
College Eye 31:2, p.1
9/22/1939 Description of formations of men's and women's marching bands.
18 Allen Carpenter
Alumnus 23:3, p.28
7/1/1939 Is teaching in the Washington Irving Junior High School, Des Moines. He discussed the educational aspects of the two World's Fairs in the May, 1939, issue of Midland Schools. His article is called "Let's Be 'Fair' Minded."
19 Hazel Webster Byrnes
Alumnus 23:3, p.23
7/1/1939 Was a guest visitor at the official opening of the New York World's Fair, April 30. She is a member of the Committee on Women's Participation for the New York World's Fair for North Dakota.
20 Robert L. Ebel
Alumnus 23:3, p.26
7/1/1939 Teacher in the Edison Institute High School, Dearborn, Mich., reported that he is taking two groups of students to the Edison Institute exhibit in the New York World's Fair. He is one of two instructors assigned with this delegation during the exposition
21 Plan Spring Fling for April 15
College Eye 30:27, p.3
22 Representative attend Pi Tau Phi dance
College Eye 30:27, p.3
4/7/1939 Theme was World's Fair.
23 Mrs. F. L. Byrons
Alumnus 22:3, p.25
7/1/1938 The former Hazel Webster is on the North Dakota Advisory Committee on Women's Participation for the New York World's Fair.
24 Alumnus promotes Bible sale
Alumnus 19:2, p.8
4/1/1935 Jesse L. McLaughlin exhibits copy of Bible hand-written by over 31,000 visitors to Chicago fair.
25 Faculty travels circle mid-west but end at fair
College Eye 26:12, p.4
9/10/1934 Survey of faculty travel this summer.
26 Original creations of Kindergartners shown at exhibit
College Eye 26:12, p.7
9/10/1934 Organized around World's Fair theme.
27 News briefs
College Eye 26:7, p.3
7/20/1934 Information on students, alumni, and faculty.
28 Freeman, Hearst visit Chicago World's Fair
College Eye 26:3, p.3
6/22/1934 Find Fair more colorful than last year.
29 Lambert will leave Friday for lengthy tour through East
College Eye 26:2, p.3
6/15/1934 Will visit New York and Chesapeake Bay.
30 Arcturus Club to meet at Commons this Friday noon
College Eye 25:25, p.3
12/21/1933 Name taken from star that gave light for opening of Century of Progress.
31 Untitled
College Eye 25:19, p.3
11/3/1933 James Morehouse speaks on World's Fair at Chemistry Seminar.
32 Untitled
College Eye 25:18, p.3
10/27/1933 Professor Mayfield went to Chicago where she went to the Fair and the opera.
33 President Latham takes vacation
College Eye 25:17, p.3
10/20/1933 Will visit Chicago and the East.
34 Riggs returns from second trip to fair
College Eye 25:17, p.3
10/20/1933 Compares 1933 fair with 1893 fair.
35 Alumni from far and wide gather at Chicago
Alumnus 17:4, p.15
10/1/1933 160 alumni meet for dinner in Chicago in association with NEA meeting and Century of Progress exposition; list of those present.
36 Frances Vandevort
Alumnus 17:4, p.28
10/1/1933 Along with Mrs. Oscar Kemper, the former Hilda Whitaker, attended the Century of Progress in Chicago, Illinois.
37 Helen Wilcox
Alumnus 17:4, p.28
10/1/1933 Employed at the Bishop's Cafeteria in Rockford, Illinois; met Professors Merchant and Fuller on their way to Chicago to the NEA meeting and the Century of Progress exposition.
38 Iowa children sing at N.E.A.
Alumnus 17:4, p.16
10/1/1933 Sixty children sing at NEA meeting and at Century of Progress exposition under direction of Professor C. A. Fullerton.
39 Personals
College Eye 25:11, p.2
8/18/1933 News about faculty and students.
40 Baker to arrive next week; will make fall plans; to play on all American team at Chicago exposition
College Eye 25:8, p.1
7/28/1933 Johnny Baker will coach football team; other coaching assignments announced.
41 Personals
College Eye 25:7, p.2
7/21/1933 News about faculty and students.
42 Eddie Cram reviews Worlds Fair; sees pictures of Teachers College campus in Iowa display
Cram--Edwin C. (Class of 1934)
College Eye 25:6, p.1
7/14/1933 Edwin Cram gives impression of Fair.
43 Five faculty members give their impressions of Chicago Fair
College Eye 25:6, p.1
7/14/1933 Professors report on visit to Fair.
44 Cram is elected Iowa director; several faculty members attend association meeting
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Of NEA.
45 Rural chorus of Iowa sings at exposition
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Professor Fullerton's group performs at NEA convention and World's Fair.
46 World's Fair lures many T. C. students
College Eye 25:5, p.3
7/7/1933 Many students and faculty are visiting the Fair.
47 Baker to direct gridders
Alumnus 17:3, p.20
7/1/1933 Johnny Baker had announced intention to resign; may now return as head football coach for 1933 season; plans to play in all-star game associated with Century of Progress in Chicago in August; photo.
48 Personals
College Eye 25:4, p.3
6/30/1933 News about faculty and students.
49 Dean Reed leaves for Geneva, Chicago
College Eye 25:2, p.1
6/16/1933 Several students accompany him to the YMCA conference and the World's Fair.
50 Rural choir to sing at education meet; Chicago exposition
College Eye 24:32, p.1
5/12/1933 Will sing at NEA convention and Century of Progress program.


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