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Collection: Charles Reuben Keyes
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021_Letter from John McGregor to Keyes
John McGregor from New York sent Charles Keyes a letter thanking him for sending the delicious corn as a treat.
022_Norton Letter to Keyes
This is a letter from Mrs. W.H. Norton to Dr. Keyes, thanking him for his tribute on the life and work of her deceased husband in the Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences.
023_Kidd Letter to Keyes
This is a letter from James V. Kidd, a former German student of Keyes at Cornell College.
024_Keyes Letter to Ellsworth
This is a letter from Keyes to Ellsworth after the death of W.H. Norton.
025_Some Phrases of Alliteration and Rime in Modern English and German
This is part of an article by Charles Keyes comparing alliteration and rime in the English and German languages from the Proceedings of the American Philology Association, v. xxxiii, 1902
026_Omission of the Auxiliary Verb in German
This article, written in 1903 in the Proceedings of the American Philological Association, discusses the history of the auxiliary verb in the German language.
027_A History of Certain Great Horned Owls
This article is from The Condor: A Magazine of Western Ornithology. vol. XII, No. 1, January-February 1911, pp. 5-19.
Dr. Keyes makes a case for preserving Indian mounds found in several eastern Iowa counties. He gives the location of each.
029_Ends and Means in Second Year German
This 19 page essay by Keyes outlines what he considers to be the best way to teach students to read moderately difficult German in the second year of instruction.
This commencement speech was originally given by Dr. Charles Reuben Keyes to the Student Body of Cornell College in the Senior Chapel on May 29, 1941. The text was read by Rev. Richard Thomas at Cornell's anniversary convocation on March 30, 1978.…