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This article is a tribute to Charles Keyes and all his accomplishments during the past 80 years of his life. The article is from the Mount Vernon Hawkeye-Record and the Lisbon Herald
This is a newspaper obituary for Charles Reuben Keyes who died July 23, 1951. The articles was in the Mount Vernon Hawkeye, vo. lxxxi, number 40, July 26, 1951, page 1.
This newspaper article announces Charles Keyes plans to resume teaching at Cornell College after his retirement the previous spring.
This is a newspaper article by Anita Lindermann from The Cedar Rapids Gazette titled, "Effigy Mounds Center Attracting Thousands."
This is a photo of Dr. Charles Reuben Keyes examining glass slides in his laboratory.
This is a letter from Keyes to Ellsworth after the death of W.H. Norton.
Princeton University President Woodrow Wilson responds to Charles Keyes' letter. Keyes asked if students who earn higher grades earn more points toward graduation.
This letter was written to Professor Keyes by former student Harry C. Trimble who was congratulating him on the many activities he was involved in. Mr. Trimble wrote this letter after reading about Professor Keyes accomplishments in a recent Cornell…
Dr. Keyes makes a case for preserving Indian mounds found in several eastern Iowa counties. He gives the location of each.