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Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)

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51 Ancient typewriter given to school
College Eye 32:38, p.2
7/11/1941 Daughter of David Sands Wright presents typewriter to school
52 Frank M. Phillips
Alumnus 23:2, p.22
4/1/1939 Is now serving as actuary and statistician with the U. S. Employees Compensation Commission. He received his Ph. D. degree from George Washington University, and he resides in Washington.
53 Eleven members of the faculty
Alumnus 22:2, p.Cover
4/1/1938 Composite photo of faculty, 1895; photo.
54 Men, did he say? There were bedbugs, too!
Alumnus 22:2, p.10
4/1/1938 Alumnus J. F. Doderer recalls first days on campus in 1887; sleeping quarters; limited menus; Halloween prank.
55 In 1876 didactics ranked highest
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 A quick look at the early curriculum.
56 Normal faculty establishes the school's prestige
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 Profiles of early faculty members.
57 Violation of old two-minute rule 'criminal' offense
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 A look at the old rule about the association of men and women.
58 Once a pamphlet--now look at it; how it has grown!
College Eye 27:5, p.2
6/26/1936 Quick history of the student newspaper.
59 First college class has song, prayer, scripture in 1876
College Eye 27:2, p.3
6/3/1936 A look back at the first class at the Iowa State Normal School.
60 Crime of selection responsible for establishing two-minute rule in '70's; many rules laid down in bygone days of normal institution
College Eye 27:43, p.1
5/15/1936 A look back at relations between men and women on the Normal School campus.
61 Echoes of the past haunt Gilchrist Hall attic
Alumnus 19:4, p.5
10/1/1935 Gilchrist Chapel being remodeled; new lights and seats will be installed; recalls college historical events associated with the Chapel.
62 Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of their graduation, five alumni will gather for the reunion luncheon
Public Relations News Release 1934:1100, p.1
6/1/1935 Another group will be made up of graduates in the earliest classes to graduate from the Teachers College.
63 Commencement of 1880 ended with student-faculty wedding
College Eye 26:41, p.1
5/3/1935 A look back at the Commencement of 1880.
64 No caps, no gowns, but smiles belied professor's frowns
Alumnus 18:4, p.8
10/1/1934 George H. Olmsted recalls early days of school.
65 Old Gold
Old Gold 0:0, p.212
6/1/1933 History of the yearbook featuring quotations from David Sands Wright; photos.
66 Four are initiated into Alpha Society
College Eye 24:29, p.3
4/21/1933 Roster of new members.
67 Picture revives memories of years gone by
Alumnus 16:4, p.13
10/1/1932 Thoughts on seeing a photo of the ISNS faculty of 1885; a look at the early faculty and their lasting influences; photo.
68 Alumnus magazine is published this week; 10,000 copies are sent
College Eye 23:26, p.1
1/15/1932 Brief survey of contents.
69 Iowa City magazine publishes historical tales by D. S. Wright
College Eye 23:26, p.2
1/15/1932 The Palimpsest will feature four articles on institutional history written by Professor Wright.
70 Alumni pay reverent tribute to "First Teacher"
Alumnus 16:1, p.1
1/1/1932 Professor David Sands Wright died at his home October 30, 1931, following stroke; biographical sketch; tributes; also tribute to Professor Melvin F. Arey; photo.
71 Alumni reorganization discussed at dinner
Alumnus 16:1, p.3
1/1/1932 Description of dinner program and summary of speakers' remarks.
72 Mrs. Lewis Havermale
Alumnus 16:1, p.28
1/1/1932 The former Clara Tolstrup and her sister Mrs. S. A. Cohagen, the former Syrena Tolstrup, visited Dr. H. H. Seerley and D. S. Wright.
73 D. S. Wright buried Sunday; David Sands Wright taught first class at opening of college in 1876
College Eye 23:20, p.1
11/6/1931 Professor Wright died October 30, 1931; lengthy obituary.
74 David Sands Wright is failing gradually
College Eye 23:19, p.1
10/30/1931 Professor Wright remains in critical condition after stroke.
75 David Sands Wright, 84
Public Relations News Release 1931:94, p.1
10/30/1931 Passed away on October 20; biography included.
76 Condition of D. Sands Wright is unchanged
College Eye 23:18, p.1
10/23/1931 Professor Wright had stroke October 20; still in coma.
77 Luella M. Wright
Alumnus 15:4, p.25
10/1/1931 Daughter of D. S. Wright has completed examinations for the Ph. D. at Columbia University. Her dissertation is entitled "The Literary Life of the Early Friends."
78 "Whatever this campus is, 'Jim' Robinson has made it," says President Emeritus Seerley of former superintendent of buildings and grounds
College Eye 23:9, p.1
7/31/1931 Memories of J. E. Robinson's time as campus grounds superintendent.
79 Class of '06 gathers for reunion dinner
Alumnus 15:3, p.5
7/1/1931 Roster of those attending; photo.
80 Mrs. R. J. Swanson
Alumnus 15:3, p.26
7/1/1931 The former Ruth Wright, of Villisca, Iowa, visited with her parents, Professor and Mrs. Wright, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, the latter part of May.
81 Past presidents of I. S. T. A. plan to meet at convention; Iowa State Teachers Association founded 1854; G. E. Davis is president this year
College Eye 23:4, p.4
6/26/1931 Professors Cram, Seerley, and Wright will attend.
82 The past presidents of the Iowa State Teachers associations
Public Relations News Release 1930:463, p.1
6/26/1931 Plans for a social gathering during their meeting at Des Moines this fall.
83 Dances planned this month will climax events of every week
College Eye 22:18, p.5
2/6/1931 Campus social calendar.
84 First professor celebrates golden anniversary
Alumnus 14:3, p.14
7/1/1930 Biographical sketch of Professor David Sands Wright; photo.
85 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Swanson
Alumnus 14:3, p.32
7/1/1930 The former Ruth Wright, and R. J. Swanson, of Villisca, Iowa, announce the birth of a daughter, Ruth Elena. Ruth is the daughter of Professor and Mrs. David S. Wright, of Cedar Falls, Iowa.
86 Two minute rule was shattered by Professor Wright fifty years ago
College Eye 21:37, p.1
6/20/1930 Professor Wright married Eliza Rawstern despite rules of association of men and women.
87 Marriage to a college professor
Public Relations News Release 1929:541, p.1
6/15/1930 Eliza Rawstern graduated and married Professor D. S. Wright on the same day fifty years ago.
88 Love affair, marriage, suicide all make history for building
College Eye 21:27, p.1
4/11/1930 Historical highlights about Central Hall.
89 Jessie L. McLaughlin
Alumnus 14:2, p.26
4/1/1930 Agency secretary of the American Bible Society, of Chicago, Illinois, visited Mrs. Henry Harmon and daughter, Ada Joy Harmon, Professor D. S. Wright and President Emeritus Homer H. Seerley. McLaughlin was a Methodist missionary in the Phillippines.
90 T. C. delegates attend religious convention
College Eye 20:28, p.1
4/11/1929 Learn about character education.
91 Tribute paid to the memory of Miss Mary Hearst
College Eye 20:28, p.1
4/11/1929 Excerpts from tribute by Professor Wright.
92 Leadership necessary for successful life
College Eye 20:21, p.1
2/21/1929 E. T. Hagerman speaks at CHIC.
93 Methodist Men's Club
College Eye 20:16, p.2
1/17/1929 Professor Wright speaks on the history of ISTC.
94 Professor D. Sands Wright
College Eye 20:13, p.2
12/6/1928 Vacationed to California and attended the World's Fairs.
95 Westminster Foundation
College Eye 20:8, p.5
11/1/1928 Organizational meeting for Christmas pageant held. Hobo Hike to a city park planned.
96 Mrs. Hanson honored at reception
College Eye 20:5, p.5
10/11/1928 Ladies Circle welcomes wife of Howland Hanson, pastor of the Interdenominational Church.
97 Religious organizations have new heads
College Eye 20:1, p.1
9/12/1928 Roster of leaders.
98 Commencement program to be Thursday night; President Seerley to give main address; senior response by V. R. Carstensen
College Eye 19:47, p.1
8/16/1928 Schedule of activities; photo.
99 Pioneer instructor closes active career after half century
College Eye 19:47, p.1
8/16/1928 Professor Wright will retire.
100 They leave---their memory remains
College Eye 19:47, p.1
8/16/1928 Photos of Homer Seerley and David Sands Wright.


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