Herbert V. Hake Papers, 1942-1980

Collection Overview

Title: Herbert V. Hake Papers, 1942-1980

Record Series: 14/10/02/01

Record Group:

14/10/02 Faculty & Staff Papers

Creator: Hake, Herbert V.

Date: 1942-1980

Extent: 36 boxes (18.09 linear feet)

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa.

Language: Materials entirely in English.

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Related archival materials can be found in Addendum to Herb Hake Film Reel Collection (in a smaller reel-to-reel format), Record Series: 28/01/05/01 and in 14/10/06 Audiovisual Materials in SC&UA at UNI. 

Additional related materials can be found in the WOI Radio and Television records, 1911-2012 (RS 05/06) at the Iowa State University Audiovisual Collections.

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Historical Note

Herbert Victor Hake was born in Hoyleton, Illinois, on August 10, 1903.  He earned a bachelor's degree from Central Wesleyan College in Warrenton, Missouri, in 1928, and a master's degree from the University of Iowa in 1933.  He taught art and theater and worked as a commercial layout artist.

Mr. Hake joined the Iowa State Teachers College staff as a theatre scene designer and technical director in 1938.  He became the first radio program director in 1942 and the first director of radio and television in 1947.  He was UNI's pioneer broadcaster.  His programs, including "Landmarks in Iowa History", were known throughout the Midwest.  Another program of special note is "Behind the Headlines" which he broadcast with Donald F. Howard for many years.

Herbert Hake was also well-known as a cartoonist, columnist, and local historian with many popular publications to his credit.

In 1973, the call letters of campus station KTCF were changed to KHKE in honor of Mr. Hake.  He was inducted into the Hall of Fame by the Iowa Broadcasters Association in 1978 and received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from UNI in 1979.

Herbert Hake was married to Monabelle Hake.  Mr. and Mrs. Hake had two daughters:  Patricia and Priscilla.  Mr. Hake died March 10, 1980.                       

(Photo from the Waterloo Courier, January 27, 2011)

Mr. Hake's Wikipedia biography may be found here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herb_Hake

Papers

Scope and Content

The Herbert V. Hake papers consist of a subject file created by Mr. Hake and relating mostly to broadcast services at UNI; a file of material relating to the Lecture-Concert Series during Mr. Hake's years as chairman; and extensive photographic material relating to the production of television series, especially "Landmarks in Iowa History"; and sketches done by Mr. Hake. Several of these programs are available in digital format from the WOI Archives held in the Special Collections Department of the Library at Iowa State University.

The subject file in Boxes 1-4 contains the best sources of information on radio and television broadcasting at UNI during the 1940's, 1950's, and 1960's.  Of special interest is the file "Correspondence, Policy concerning Radio Broadcasts, 1942-8":  this file contains early policy statements developed by Mr. Hake, Irving Hart, and President Malcolm Price as well as correspondence relating to the controversy with radio station KXEL.  The "Campus (Student) Radio Station" files include policy statements, budgets, and minutes of the radio governing board meetings.  Of special interest is a letter from J. O. Perrine on the first uses of radio transmissions on the UNI campus in the years from 1914 through 1920.  Much of the rest of the subject file consists of correspondence and schedules of television programs including Mr. Hake's long-running "Landmarks in Iowa History".

Boxes 5 and 6 contain correspondence and programs dealing with the Lecture-Concert Series from 1951 through 1959.  Some of the correspondence consists of routine arrangements and confirmations with performers' agents.  But, taken as a whole, these records offer a close look at the mores and tastes of the day.

Boxes 7-33 consist primarily of material associated with the production of the "Landmarks" series, including photographs with negatives of series sites, large photos used in production, and sketches of historical figures.

Notes on Accruals: In March 2013, Priscilla Hake Lauris, one of Mr. Hake's daughters, sent two boxes to the University Archives.  They became Boxes 32 and 33.  These two boxes reflect and supplement the contents of Boxes 1-4.  That is, Boxes 32 and 33 contain correspondence and policy on the establishment of radio and television services on the UNI campus; radio and television programming in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s; and photographs relating to the facilities and programming.  There are also good files relating to Mr. Hake's presentations and chalk talks; the Arcturus Club; Faculty Men's Club; and the College Hill Interdenominational Church.

In January 2015, an additional box of Mr. Hake's material was sent to the University Archives by Priscilla Hake Lauris, his daughter.  This material became boxes 34 and 35.  These materials relate to Mr. Hake's work as lecturer, cartoonist, Director of Broadcasting, and personal matters.  

Other material relating to Mr. Hake is located at the Cedar Falls Historical Society  

Inventory

Box 1

  • Campus (Student) Radio Station, 1954-1959
  • Campus (Student) Radio Station, 1960-1973
  • Archives 
  • First Campus Radio, 1914 - J. O. Perrine 
  • Conservation 
  • ETV Net, 1952, 1966, 1967
  • Report of the Committee on Educational Television Broadcasting to the Interinstitutional Committee on Educational Coordination 

  • F.C.C. 

  • Film Production Unit 

  • Highway Commission 

  • History and Archives - Des Moines 

  • Humanities 

  • Hytone 

  • Bicentennial Outlines of Cedar Falls by Herb Hake

  • Historical essays from CF Record

  • Honorary degree, 1979

  • Biographical data - Herbert Hake

Correspondence, Policy concerning Radio Broadcasts, 1942-1948 

Reproduction of the Winter Harvest drawing published in The Record on Wednesday, September 21, 1977 (Drawing is number 101 of his book 101 Stories of Cedar Falls as told to Herb Hake)

 

Box 2

  • Inventory 0402, 1966, 1968-1970 
  • Iowa Heritage 
  • Kamerick, John J. 
  • KCRG-TV; KGLO-TV 
  • K&M Electronics 
  • KOKZ 
  • KTCF Assistants
  • KTVO
  • KXEL 
  • KYNE-TV 
  • "Landmark" Tour, 1962 
  • Motion Picture Production 
  • The Lewis and Clark Expedition Leaves its Park on Sioux City, Iowa 
  • State of Iowa
  • Personnel 
  • Quick-Print 
  • Radio Survey (50:367) 
  • Inside Iowa (Correspondence) 
  • Inside Iowa (Scripts), 1964-1969 
  • Iowa Index (scripts), 1962 
  • 101 Stories of Cedar Falls 
  • Inventory Iowa (script), 1968

Box 3

  • Radio-TV Budget 
  • Radio and TV Programs & Budgets, 1961-1972 
  • Sites
  • Speech 
  • Term Papers 
  • TV and Radio Center 
  • "Pioneers, Prophets, and Professors" series from Cedar Falls Record (Herb Hake news clippings)

Box 4

  • Visual Instruction Service 
  • WOI 
  • WSUI 
  • Bernhard, Harold 
  • Hansen, Delores 
  • Harris, Henry 
  • Hill, Frank W. 
  • Holmes, George H. 
  • Jennings, Philip C. 
  • Voldseth, E.V. 
  • Al Fresco Favorites 
  • Behind the Headlines 
  • Everyday Science

Box 5

  • Historic Hymns 
  • Broadcasting (2 folders)
  • Iowa Index 
  • Iowa TV Schooltime Series #1, #11, #111
  • Landmarks in Iowa History 
  • Open Mike 
  • Song in the Air Keeping Time 
  • Stories of Iowa 
  • Story Hour 
  • T.C. on TV
  • Road Map Math

Box 6

Lecture-Concert Series, 1951-1956, with some information on earlier series including: 

1940-1941: Sigrid Undset, Lauritz Melchior, and Mischa Livschutz;
1941-1942: Caroll Glen, Charles Morgan, Chekhov Players in "Twelfth Night", Marian Anderson, and Carl Sandburg;
1945-1946: Jesse Stuart;
1946-1947: Arthur Wittemore and Jack Lowe and Ernesto Montenegro.

  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1940-1950
  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1951-1952
  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1952-1953
  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1953-1954
  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1954-1955
  • Lecture-Concert Series, 1955-1956

Box 7

Lecture-Concert Series, 1956-1957

Lecture-Concert Series, 1957-1958

Lecture-Concert Series, 1958-1959

Boxes 8-12

Clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, maps, articles, and plans for the places visited in the Landmarks series. Material is arranged alphabetically by the name of the site.

Boxes 13-21

An extensive collection of photographs (with negatives) taken by Mr. Hake in the 1950's and early 1960's of sites visited in the Landmark series. Material is arranged alphabetically by the name of the site.

Boxes 22-29

Photographs of sites visited during the Landmark series. These photos are large copies of some of the photos in Boxes 12-20. There is a list of the sites on a finding aid available in the Special Collections reading room.

Box 30

  • Alumni meetings
  • Arcturus Club presentations:
    • Antics of architecture, 1961
    • Painless painting, December 8, 1962
    • Silence and salvation, May 10, 1963
    • Portrait parle,1964
    • Radio revisited, 1965
    • Sounds of the state, 1968
    • The cartoonist - critic or clown?, July 24, 1970
    • A hassle of historians, April 16, 1971
    • Radio reminiscences, 1972
    • Mainly Main, March 15, 1974
    • The comics, May 2, 1975
    • Tenacity or talent?, February 27, 1976
    • Cartoon or caricature?, January 21, 1977
    • Crusaders, 1978
    • Vanished voices, May 25, 1979
  • Behind the Headlines
  • Bertha Martin Memorial Fund
  • Bicentennial chalk talk and material
  • Bouquets
  • Brickbats
  • Cedar Falls history slide script
  • Cedar Falls Record, correspondence
  • Cedar Falls Utilities presentation, 1967
  • Chalk talks
  • College Hill Interdenominational church, correspondence
  • Conservation radio program contest, 1969
  • Copyright
  • Correspondence
  • Coward-McCann, publishers
  • Des Moines Register, correspondence
  • ETV, 1964
  • Extension correspondence, Irving Hart and E. L. Ritter
  • Faculty Men's Club illustrated programs
  • Folk Theater, 1968-1970
  • Here's How
  • Hoover, Chauncy - new transmitter
  • Inside Out
  • Iowa Society for the Preservation of Historic Landmarks, correspondence
  • KXEL
  • Miscellaneous programs and illustrations
  • Piano Profiles - Henry Harris
  • President Malcolm Price, correspondence

Box 31

  • President J. W. Maucker, correspondence
  • Pendergraft, Daryl, correspondence
  • Pioneer Woman statue
  • Play production class
  • Play production conference
  • Playwriting course
  • Portrait Parle, 1964
  • Preserving the past
  • Public Instruction, Iowa Department of--Leroy Pratt
  • Public relations and promotion
  • Radio guests
  • Radio miscellany, 1942-1949, correspondence
  • Seeing the State, 1946-1949, 1957-1958 (Bob Davis, assistant)
  • Speech 20
  • Speech 367 (radio survey course)
  • Stagecraft 109
  • Story Hour - Amy Arey
  • Talks - arrangements and correspondence
  • Tall Corn Network
  • Television Animal Farm
  • Television demonstration
  • Vanished Voices - Mary Hayes, 1948-1040
  • Photographs:
    • Stage sets designed and built by Mr. Hake
    • Photos with notables - Jan Peerce, Peter Freuchen
    • Campanile
    • Stone barn
    • Johnnie Mae as "Widow Cagley"
    • Olson brothers, 1968
    • Segments of Birdseye View of Cedar Falls
    • FM tower construction, 1972
    • Iowa Inside Out, copy negatives, December 8, 1965
    • Radio faculty and staff, Ask the Scientist, 1956
    • William Lang
    • Other identified photos
    • Unidentified photos 

Box 32

  • Bicentennial Outlines of Cedar Falls by Herb Hake
  • 101 Stories of Cedar Falls, by Herb Hake, 1977
  • Bill Wagner Sketch of Cedar Falls Historical Society, 1971
  • Chalk Talks, Books on
  • Chalk Talks, Sketches
  • Correspondence, 1942-1946
  • Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Correspondence, 1955-1956
  • Correspondence, 1957-1958
  • Correspondence, 1959-1960
  • Correspondence, 1964-1970
  • Correspondence, 1971-1974
  • Correspondence, 1975-1978
  • Datebook, 1952
  • FCC Permits, 1963-1968, 1968-1973
  • The Metropolitan Opera Guild Membership Card, 1941
  • ISTC Playbills, 1938-1941
  • Photographs, ISTC Plays
  • Photographs of Herb Hake
  • Program Schedule Notebook, KXEL & WOI, 1942-1951
  • Publicity and Newspaper Clippings, 1949-1951
  • Radio and TV Salary and Expenses, 1954-1972
  • Sermons delivered by David R. Bluhm, 1958-1977
  • Set Designs sketchbook
  • Sketches for paintings by Herb Hake
  • The Sinfonian, Fall 1948
  • TVI Filter Instructions
  • UNI Commencement program, Spring 1979 (Hake received honorary degree)
  • Iowa Pioneers playing cards, developed by Laboratory School Iowa History Project, with sketches by Herb Hake (2 copies)

Boxes 33-35

Drawings by Hake primarily of historical figures and locations featured in his television series. They are as follows:

Box 33

  • Portrait of man- Unidentified
  • William F. Cody
  • Black Hawk
  • Dobberstein
  • Robert Lucas (2 poses)
  • Choir Monk, Lay Brother
  • Portrait of man wearing glasses
  • Joseph Smith, First prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
  • Portrait of bearded man
  • Portrait of man
  • Portrait of man

 

Box 34

  • Large iron meteorite from Greenland. Weight: 36 and a half tons
  • Peter Cartwright, Famous Methodist circuit rider
  • Portrait of bearded man
  • Fort Atkinson
  • Charley Williams, Owner & Trainer of Champion Trotting Horses Independence
  • Billy Robinson, Pioneer Aviator of Grinnell
  • Johann Gaertner, Builder of the "Smallest Church" near Festina
  • Drawing of domed building
  • Drawing of building
  • Drawing of middle aged man with glasses
  • Blueprint of outdoor commencement setting
  • Drawing of Lux Medallion, 1962
  • UNI administrators
  • Herbert Hoover at the time of his election to presidency
  • Jesse James, Train Robber, near Adair, 1873
  • Family in Mormon Handcart Brigade Leaving Coralville in 1856
  • Ansel Briggs, first governor of the state

 

Box 35

  • Pioneer with gun
  • Rev. Manasseh Cutler (left) and Gen. Rufus Putnam (right) organizers of The Ohio Company and Founders of Marietta, first settlement in territory established by Northwest Ordinance
  • M.E. Church
  • Man holding caricature of microphone
  • Caricature of man with camera standing next to bear in necktie
  • Man in toga holding umbrella in rain
  • John Deere, inventor of self-scouring steel plough
  • Julien Dubuque
  • Fort Sackville and map of campaigns of George Rogers Clark
  • Father Rapp (left), founder of Rappites and Robert Owen (right), founder of Owenites at New Harmony, Indiana
  • Exploring music
  • Lewis and Clark, leaders of Lewis and Clark expedition
  • Abraham Lincoln

 

Box 36

Audio Reel-to-reel Tapes

Photographs - Theatre Productions

Scrapbook - Theatre Productions

Scrapbook - Theatre Productions 

Films

  • "Backbone State Park" no. 1
  • "Tracy" no. 2
  • "McGregor" no. 3
  • "Dubuque" no. 4
  • "Council Bluffs" no. 5
  • "Fort Madison" no. 6
  • "Galland" no. 7
  • "St. Donatus" No. 47
  • "Keokuk" no. 8
  • "Burlington" no. 9
  • "Plum Grove" No. 10
  • "Plum Grove" no. 10
  • "Iowa City" No. 11
  • "Pella" No. 13
  • "Pella"
  • "Pella" no. 13
  • "New Melleray" no. 14
  • "New Melleray" no. 14
  • "Davenport" no. 15
  • "Muscatine" no. 16
  • "Muscatine" no. 16
  • "Coralville" no. 17
  • "Amana" no. 18
  • "Des Moines" no. 19
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 19
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 20
  • "Tama" no. 20
  • "Tama" no. 21
  • "Springdale" no. 22
  • "Croton" no. 23
  • "Bradford" no. 24
  • "Fort Dodge" no. 25
  • "Winterset" no. 26
  • "West Branch" no. 26
  • "West Branch" no. 27
  • "Esterville" no. 28
  • "Festina" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Gitchie Manitou Park" no. 31
  • "Toolesboro" no. 32
  • "Oakville" no. 33
  • "Durango" no. 34
  • "Sioux City" no. 35
  • "Prairie du Chien" no. 36
  • "Lansing" no. 3
  • "Pilot Mound" no. 38
  • "Keosauqua" no. 39
  • "Andrew" no. 40
  • "Belleville" no. 41
  • "Mount Pleasant" no. 42
  • "Le Claire" no. 43
  • "Garden Grove" no. 44
  • "Bentonsport" no. 45
  • "Agency" no. 46
  • "Pine Creek Mill" no. 48
  • "Tabor" no. 50
  • "Oskaloosa" no. 49
  • "Story City" no. 51
  • "Boone" no. 52
  • "Nevada" no. 53
  • "Adair" no. 54
  • "Clinton" no. 55
  • "Independence" no. 56
  • "Independence" 4/5/60 no. 56
  • "Forest City" no. 57
  • "Grinnell" no. 58
  • "West Bend" no. 59
  • "Stone City" no. 60
  • "LeMars" no. 60A
  • "Effigy Mounds" no. 61
  • "Clayton" no. 62
  • "Belmont" no. 63
  • "Lastalia" no. 64
  • "Knoxville" no. 65
  • "Nauvoo" no. 66
  • "Lowell" no. 67
  • "Lewis" no. 68
  • "Mount Vernon" no. 69
  • "Fairfield) no. 70
  • "Traer" no. 71
  • "Corning" no. 72
  • "Guttenberg" no. 73
  • "Charles City" no. 74
  • "Osage" no. 75
  • "Osage" no. 75
  • "Decorah" no. 76
  • "Grundy Center" no. 77
  • "Ames" no. 79
  • "Froelich" no. 80
  • "Marshalltown" no. 81
  • "Cedar Rapids" no. 82
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83 (new 2/14/69)
  • "Untitled"
  • "Lamoni" no. 84
  • "Mason City" no. 85 (new 2/14/69)
  • "Mason City" no. 85
  • "Storm Lake" no. 86
  • "Dyersville" no. 87
  • "Newton" no. 88
  • “Newton” no. 28
  • "Shenandoah" no. 89
  • "Waterloo" no. 90
  • "South English" no. 8
  • "Keokuk" no. 8
  • "Burlington" no. 9
  • "Plum Grove" no. 10
  • "Plum Grove" no. 743
  • "Plum Grove" no. 10
  • "Plum Grove" no. 10
  • "Plum Grove" no. 10
  • "Tracy" no. 2
  • "Tracy" no. 2
  • "McGregor" no. 3
  • "McGregor" no. 3
  • "Galland" no. 7
  • "Muscatine" no. 16
  • "Muscatine" K # 2936
  • "Muscatine" no. 16
  • "Muscatine" no. 16
  • "Coralville" no. 17
  • "Amana" no. 18
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 19
  • "Des Moines" no. 19
  • "Fort Atkinson" no. 12
  • "Pella" no. 13 New 9/11/68
  • "Pella" K. # 2922
  • "Pella" no. 756
  • "Pella" no. 13
  • "Pella" no. 13
  • "Pella" no. 13
  • "New Melleray" no. 14
  • "New Melleray" no. 14
  • "New Melleray" no. 14
  • "Davenport" no. 15
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 20
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 20
  • "Spirit Lake" no. 20
  • "Tama" no. 20
  • "Tama" no. 21
  • "Tama Indians" 3/8/55  no. 21
  • "Tama"  no. 21
  • "Tama"  no. 21
  • "Springdale" no. 22
  • "Springdale" no. 22
  • "Springdale" no. 22
  • "Croton" no. 23
  • "Bradford" no. 24
  • "Fort Dodge" no. 25
  • "Winterset" no. 25
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Moingona" no. 29
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "Spillville" no. 30
  • "West Branch" no. 26
  • "Winterset" no. 26
  • "Winterset" no. 26
  • "Winterset" no. 26
  • "West Branch" no. 27
  • "West Branch" no. 27
  • "West Branch" no. 27
  • "Estherville" no. 28
  • "Gitchie Manitou Park" no. 31
  • “Gitchie Manitou” No. 31
  • "Toolesboro" no. 32
  • "Toolesboro" no. 32
  • "Oakville" no. 33
  • "Oakville" no. 33
  • "Durango" no. 34
  • "Sioux City" no. 35
  • "Sioux City" 10/30/56
  • "Sioux City" no. 35
  • "Prairie du Chien" no. 36
  • "Prairie du Chien" no. 36
  • "Lansing" no. 37
  • "Pilot Mound" no. 38
  • "Pilot Mound" no. 38
  • "Keosauqua" no. 39
  • "Andrew" no. 40
  • "Bell Vue" no. 41
  • "Mount Pleasant" no. 47
  • "Mount Pleasant" no. 42
  • "Le Claire" no. 43
  • "Garden Grove" no. 44 New 7/11/68
  • "Benton Sport" no. 45
  • "Agency" no. 46
  • "St. Donatus" no. 47
  • "Pine Creek Mill" no. 48
  • "Pine Creek Mill"
  • "Oskaloosa" no. 49
  • "Oskaloosa" no. 49 2/16/60
  • "Tabor" no. 50
  • "Tabor" no. 50
  • "Story City" no. 51
  • "Boone" no. 52
  • "Nevada" no. 53
  • "Nevada" no. 53
  • "Adair" no. 54
  • "Clinton" no. 55
  • "Independence" no. 56
  • "Forest City" no. 57
  • "Castalia" no. 64
  • "Knoxville" no. 65
  • "Nauvoo" no. 66
  • "Nauvoo" no. 66 11/5/57
  • "Nauvoo" no. 66
  • "Lowell" no. 67
  • "Lewis" no. 68
  • "Springbrook" no. 68 11/19/57
  • "Mt. Vernon" no. 69
  • "Grinnell" no. 58
  • "Grinnell"
  • "West Bend" no. 59
  • "West Bend" no. 59 4/26/1960
  • "Stone City"
  • "Le Mars" no. 60A
  • "Effigy Mounds" no. 61
  • "Marquette" no. 61 10/1/57
  • "Clayton" no. 62
  • "Belmont" no. 63
  • "Fairfield" no. 70
  • "Mt. Vernon" no. 70
  • "Traer" no. 71
  • "Traer" no. 71
  • "Traer" no. 72 1/7/58
  • "Guttenberg" no. 73
  • "Guttenberg" no. 73
  • "Charles City" no. 74
  • "Osage" no. 75
  • "Osage" no. 75
  • "Osage" no. 1 1/30/62
  • "Osage" no. 75
  • "Decorah" no. 76
  • "Osage" No. 76
  • "Grundy Center" no. 77
  • "Grundy Center" no. 77
  • "South English" no. 78
  • "Ames" no. 79
  • "Froelich" no. 80
  • "Marshalltown" no. 81 Revised Feb. 1969
  • "Cedar Rapids" no. 82
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83
  • "Cedar Falls" no. 83 New 2/14/69
  • "Lamoni" No. 84
  • "Mason City" no. 85
  • "Mason City" no. 85 New 2/14/69
  • "Mason City" no. 85
  • "Storm Lake" no. 86
  • "Storm Lake" no. 86
  • "Storm Lake" no. 86
  • "Dyersville" no. 87
  • "Newton" no. 88 4/29/58
  • "Newton" no. 88 /11/68
  • "Shenandoah" no. 89
  • "Shenandoah" no. 89
  • "Waterloo" no. 90
  • "T.V. Schooltime" # 50 Waterloo 5/13/58
  • "Waterloo" no. 90
  • "St. Donatus" no. 396 1/25/55
  • "Springdale and Salem" no. 397 2/1/55
  • "Muscatine" no. 39 2/15/55
  • "Mt. Pleasant" no. 405 2/29/55
  • "West Branch" 4/26/55 no. 409
  • "Moingona" 5/3/55 no. 410
  • "Festina" 5/10/55 no. 411
  • "Spillville" 5/17/55 no. 412
  • "Cedar Falls" “Standby Print” no. 413
  • "Oakville" 10/16/56 no. 414
  • "McGregor" 10/5/53 no. 373
  • "Old Stone Capital" 10/26/53 no. 376
  • "Hoover Birthplace" 11/30/53 no. 381
  • "Spirit Lake Massacre" no. 771
  • "Little Brown Church" 11/23/53 no. 380
  • "Plum Grove" 11/23/54 no. 390
  • "Old Stone Capitol" 11/30/54 no. 2015, "Iowa City" 11/30/54 no. 391
  • "Pella" 1/4/55 no. 393
  • "New Melleray" 1/11/55 no. 394
  • "New Melleray"
  • "West Branch" no. 100
  • "Iowa City" no. 11
  • "Fort Atkinson" no. 12
  • "T.V. Schooltime" Landmarks in Iowa History Winterset
  • "Review of Iowa History"
  • "Landmarks in Iowa History Stand" by no. 2
  • "Irving Hart’s Intro to Hake’s Landmarks/ Amana, Spirit Lake, Tama"

Processing Information

Papers initially arranged and described by University Archivist Gerald L. Peterson, 1992. Updated July 19, 2014 by Library Assistant Joy Lynn and Student Library Assistant Mackenzi Brophy. Finding aid revised April 1996; May 5, 2014 (GP); updated, December 15, 2015 (GP). Updated by Library Associate Dave Hoing, January 2018 and April 2018. Linear feet updated on September 14, 2017. The film inventory was created by student employee Ashley Thronson and student intern Nick Waters in 2017. Finding aid updated by Tessa Wakefield, March 2021.