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Collection: African American Women in Iowa Collection
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Viscid Umbrella-wort, Umbrellawort, Marvel of Peru
W.B. Emmons diary, 1864-1865
W.B. Emmons was a soldier with the 34th Illinois Infantry during the Civil War. In his diary, he writes about the Atlanta Campaign, the end of the war, and Lincoln's assassination.
Wall Blob I
Lael Sale moved from Texas to Iowa to pursue an MFA in painting at the University of Iowa. She will complete her degree in May 2005.
Wall Installation #4 (Flowers) (detail)
Danielle Rante received her MA in Printmaking from the University of Iowa in 2005.
Wall of Clear Creek Canyon, Silver Plume, Colo., late 1890s or early 1900s
Wall of Galena Limestone west of Durango, Iowa, late 1890s or early 1900s
Wall of Jim Creek Canyon, Jamestown, Colo., late 1890s or early 1900s
Walter's smelter, Dubuque, Iowa, late 1890s or early 1900s
War between the states essay, 1861
Ward family papers, 1862-1863
The papers of the Ward family consist primarily of letters written by George D. Ward to his sister Eliza Ward Phillips and his brother John Ward. There are also letters written to George from his father, Benjamin R. Ward, his uncle William, and…