2 edition of Ninetieth anniversary celebration of the Iowa State College, 1858-1948. found in the catalog.
Ninetieth anniversary celebration of the Iowa State College, 1858-1948.
Iowa State University.
1948 in Ames .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||S537.I895 I65 1948|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||52062562|
disquisition of the stone and gravel
Someone here, someone there
The history of the adventures of Joseph Andrews and of his friend Mr. Abraham Adams
seagull and other plays
What a young man ought to know
James Nayler, 1618-1660
Effect of Calvert Cliffs and other court decisions upon nuclear power in the United States.
Colour, light and form
() Ninetieth anniversary celebration of the Iowa State College, Iowa State University Preview. PDF Ninetieth anniversary celebration pdf File SizeMB. Abstract. The document celebrates the 75th anniversary of Iowa State University at a day long event on campus.
Many university and state dignitaries took part. Get this from a library. Ninetieth anniversary celebration of the Iowa State College, [Iowa State University.]. ()Bulletin of the Iowa Committee on Secondary School and College Relations, representing the Three State Institutions for Higher Education in Iowa.
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