Browse Items (211 total) for George Washington Carver

Budd family portrait with Joseph Lancaster Budd and Sarah Breed Budd with their children, Etta May and Allen Joseph. It was at Etta May Budd's urging that George Washington Carver transfer to Iowa State from Simpson College to study agriculture. …

Conversation with Prof. G. W. Carver at Tuskegee, Alabama, Feb. 11, 1924. L. H. Pammel.

Creamery Operators Class (1894) Iowa State College. George W. Carver back row.

Portrait of Edgar W. Stanton . George Washington Carver’s professor in plane geometry. Edgar W. Stanton served Iowa State continuously from his graduation in 1872 until his death in 1920. He was made Head of the Mathematics Department in 1874,…

George W. Carver's first faculty & Farmer's Institute at Tuskegee Institute (Carver is top, far left.) Received from George Washington Carver. "My First Faculty and Farmer's Institute at Tuskegee, Inst. Ala. Geo. W. Carver" Neg # 02363C

Statue of George Washington Carver by Christian Petersen, sculptor-in-residence in the late 1940's. Originally a plaster sculpture, it was given to the University and placed in Carver Hall at the dedication of the hall in 1970 by the Class of 1968.…

George W. Carver I.A.C. Class '94. Taken in 1893. Graduation picture, which appeared in the 1894 Bomb [published in1893], on page facing page 34. Neg # 02364C [same picture appears in the faculty section of the 1896 Bomb, when he was Assistant…

Graduation portrait of Henry A. Wallace. Son of Henry C. Wallace and friend of George Washington Carver. Wallace remembered Carver with appreciation: "Because of his friendship with my father and perhaps his interest in children George Carver often…

Portrait of Henry C. Wallace. One of George Washington Carver’s professors. Henry C. Wallace graduated in 1892 from Iowa State, a degree that was begun in 1885 and then interrupted by a career in farming. He was hired as an Assistant Professor…

James Wilson "Tama Jim" 1836-1920, Director Experiment Station 1891-97. First Dean of Agriculture 1897-02. Made Dean while on leave 1897-02. In Carver's words: "Wilson, the name of Hon. James Wilson is sacred to me. He was one of the finest…