This is a letter from Arthur Cleveland Bent from the Smithsonian Institution thanking Dr. Keyes for agreeing to contribute to the book Life Histories of North American Birds that Mr. Bent is working on.
Terence O. Aldrich, B.A. St. Ambrose
Oscar O. Barnett, M.B.A. University
of Denver, Assoc. Professor, Accounting
H. Shannon Boyd, M.S. Western Ill.
State College, Assoc. Prof. Engineering
Caryl Bucksbaum, M.A. Yale
Since East Hall opened, living off campus has lost some of its charm.
These happy gentlemen are some of those who during the first semester moved from the
ill-fated barracks to the hotel-like new dormitory.
Highlights of this annual report include the formation of the Mule Creek Watershed Association at a meeting on October 6, 1949 which was organized to formulate a plan to control floods in the river valleys. An aerial photography program resulted in …
A review of the year's work shows a few innovations in running a district have been brought about. The pictorial nature of this report is a direct result of the most outstanding of these innovations; namely, the taking of aerial photographs by Ray W…
This annual highlights the activities and accomplishments during 1947 of the Mills County Soil Conservation District.,
This was a year of disastrous floods followed by prolonged drought. June brought three torrential rains in
an eighteen day…
The Conmissioners sponsored a high school course in conservation where students learned how to lay out contour base lines, a series of field experiments on grains and grasses was conducted and a terrace building contest which prompted many farmers to…