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Correspondence written by Davis to his wife and daughters on such matters as troop morale, slavery, Copperheads, camp life, and battle.

Correspondence written by Davis to his wife and daughters on such matters as troop morale, slavery, Copperheads, camp life, and battle.

Correspondence written by Davis to his wife and daughters on such matters as troop morale, slavery, Copperheads, camp life, and battle.

Since Robbie Steinbach attended graduate school at the University of Iowa in the mid-1980s, most of her work has examined women's lives. Robbie's images make the work and lives of women visible, highlighting the complexity of their lives and their…

Catalog card collaged with digital prints.

Contains details about life in rural Iowa and news about family and friends as well as words of encouragement for husband John.

Michael Baggarly received an MA in Sculpture in 2001.

Primarily correspondence from Butler to his wife while he was serving with the 26th Iowa Infantry Regiment during the Civil War.

J.R. holds a B.S. in Environmental Design and Master of Fine Arts degree in Textile Art and Costume Design from the University of California at Davis. He conducts his research/creative activity in digital capture, image development and surface…