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World's Fairs

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51 On to Chicago!
Alumnus 17:2, p.32
4/1/1933 Information regarding meeting in Chicago in conjunction with the Century of Progress exhibition.
52 All roads will lead to Chicago June-July, 1933; Century of Progress reunion banquet date set for July 6
Alumnus 17:1, p.17
1/1/1933 Making plans for alumni headquarters and gathering in Chicago.
53 Editorials; since 1918
College Eye 24:6, p.2
10/14/1932 Prospect of Chicago's Century of Progress lead to thoughts about technology.
54 Century of Progress reunion
Alumnus 16:4, p.18
10/1/1932 Alumni planning reunion in Chicago in association with the World's Fair there; have already held organizing picnic.
55 This little girl had dinner
Alumnus 16:4, p.9
10/1/1932 Bohan family attends alumni dinner in Chicago and gets a laugh.
56 Chicago alumni plan nation-wide reunion
Alumnus 16:3, p.9
7/1/1932 Plan to meet in connection with Century of Progress fair in Chicago.
57 Nearly six hundred at Commencement dinner
Shepherd--Lou Alva (Class of 1919; Education Faculty)
Alumnus 16:3, p.5
7/1/1932 Dinner served in Italian setting; meeting follows; consider plans for meeting in Chicago at Fair; hear report on repairs and improvements on Campanile.
58 Chicago alumni form chapter; group plans for general reunion at progress exposition
College Eye 23:46, p.1
6/17/1932 About fifty attend meeting.
59 Brief history of physical science
College Eye 20:9, p.1
11/8/1928 History of the physical science curriculum, faculty, and facilities at ISTC; photo.
60 Celebrated painter has charge of work for World's Fair
College Eye 18:3, p.6
6/25/1926 William de Leftwich Dodge is in charge of work at Philadelphia.
61 Famous clock given for Campanile; nation's best tower clock presented to college last week
College Eye 16:26, p.1
3/18/1925 Fasoldt clock won prize at Centennial Exposition in 1876; maker's nephew presents clock; will save money in Campanile fundraising effort.
62 Movies; lecture committee will stage exposition
College Eye 7:13, p.1
1/12/1916 First showing will be the Panama California Exposition.
63 Champion boy corn grower of Black Hawk County selected
College Eye 7:10, p.3
11/24/1915 Parker Lichty received a free trip to the San Francisco Exposition for yielding 102 bushels of corn from one acre of land.
64 Parker Lichty
College Eye 7:2, p.7
9/29/1915 Traveled extensively in California this summer.
65 Professor D. S. Wright
College Eye 7:2, p.8
9/29/1915 Visited World's Fairs in California.
66 C. E. Locke
Normal Eyte 21:11, p.187
11/16/1910 Boosting for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition to be held in San Francisco in 1915.
67 Miss Childs
Normal Eyte 16:1, p.7
9/13/1905 Visited the Portland exposition and traveled along the coast.
68 Neo
Normal Eyte 15:21, p.333
2/22/1905 The Neos gave a short program.
69 Clio
Normal Eyte 15:19, p.300
2/8/1905 Presented World's Fair program.
70 Messrs. Knapp, Brandstetter, Wood, and Magee
Normal Eyte 15:12, p.191
11/23/1904 Were excused from classes to travel to the St. Louis Fair.
71 Pres. and Mrs. Seerley
Normal Eyte 15:12, p.190
11/23/1904 Are spending the week in St. Louis.
72 Within the past few days
Normal Eyte 15:12, p.191
11/23/1904 Several students and faculty have left for the St. Louis Fair.
73 George Faint
Normal Eyte 15:9, p.143
11/5/1904 Visited sisters.
74 Miss Anna Wild
Normal Eyte 15:9, p.142
11/5/1904 Back from trip to St. Louis.
75 Miss Baker
Normal Eyte 15:8, p.127
10/29/1904 Returned from St. Louis.
76 Normal gets gold medal; our exhibit at St. Louis exposition praised as most complete from Iowa; great credit is due to Prof. Knoepfler, who spent much
Normal Eyte 15:8, p.115
10/29/1904 I. S. N. S. received a gold medal at the World's Fair for its exhibit on the history and growth of the school.
77 The Shakes and Aristos
Normal Eyte 15:7, p.111
10/22/1904 New members give St. Louis program.
78 Nina Grau
Normal Eyte 15:4, p.63
10/1/1904 Went home to visit sister.
79 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.
80 Mr. J. B. Knoepfler
Normal Eyte 14:7, p.109
10/17/1903 Professor Knoepfler is planning the school's exhibit for the St. Louis World's Fair; will draw on experience with the fair in Chicago.
81 State Library Association
Normal Eyte 14:7, p.106
10/17/1903 The Iowa State Library Association met in Marshalltown; may have exhibit in St. Louis.
82 The pupils of the Hillman schools
Normal Eyte 13:26, p.408
4/4/1903 Students planning to attend fair in St. Louis.
83 Prof. J. B. Knoepfler
Normal Eyte 13:22, p.345
2/28/1903 On commission to decide on Iowa exhibits for the St. Louis fair.
84 A new honor came to one of out number when the degree M. C. (Master of Chess) was conferred
Normal Eyte 13:13, p.199
12/6/1902 B. B. Rice wins chess award; invited to play at World's Fair in St. Louis.
85 W. B. Bell
Normal Eyte 12:6, p.89
10/19/1901 Studied at Wood's Hole laboratory; sent home specimens for Museum.
86 Millicent Warriner
Normal Eyte 12:1, p.11
9/14/1901 Returned from trip to the East.
87 Prof. and Mrs. Wright
Normal Eyte 12:1, p.11
9/14/1901 Returned from trip to Buffalo.
88 Mr. E. B. Wilson
Normal Eyte 10:20, p.485
2/16/1901 May travel to Europe.
89 Ossoli report
Normal Eyte 10:2, p.38
9/22/1900 Tell stories; install officers; hear about Paris Exposition.
90 Neo Society
Normal Eyte 9:31, p.740
5/19/1900 Presented programs on France and April.
91 Theo. A. Gerard
Normal Eyte 9:24, p.573
3/31/1900 On way to Paris to visit the exhibition.
92 Several volumes
Normal Eyte 9:15, p.356
1/20/1900 Books on Iowa participation at World's Fair and exposition arrived.
93 The award
Normal Eyte 5:35, p.348
6/24/1896 ISNS receives bronze medal for World's Fair exhibition.
94 Award made
Normal Eyte 4:1, p.11
9/15/1894 ISNS receives an award for its exhibition at the World's Fair.
95 Those beautiful specimens of handicraft
Normal Eyte 3:11, p.86
11/18/1893 Items returned from display at World's Fair.
96 Benj. McKeen
Normal Eyte 3:9, p.70
11/4/1893 Has been to the Fair.
97 During the week
Normal Eyte 3:8, p.63
10/28/1893 Roster of people who went to the Fair this week.
98 Lester Johnson
Normal Eyte 3:8, p.63
10/28/1893 Returns from Fair.
99 Miss Grace Griffin
Normal Eyte 3:8, p.64
10/28/1893 Goes to Fair.
100 Misses Alice Mason and Jennie Mercer
Normal Eyte 3:8, p.64
10/28/1893 Attending the Fair.


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