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032_Cornell Professor, Once Retired, to Resume Work
This newspaper article announces Charles Keyes plans to resume teaching at Cornell College after his retirement the previous spring.
017_A.C. Bent Letter to Keyes Dec. 29, 1915
A.C. Bent, of the Smithsonian Institution, is responding to Keyes' letter about the loss of water fowl in Iowa and telling him about his progress on the book he is writing.
016_A.C. Bent Letter to Keyes Nov. 4, 1910
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.
038_Keyes Bibliography of Published Articles
This is a list of 38 publications spanning 1893 through 1951 by Charles Rueben Keyes compiled by Dr. J. Harold Ennis in the Journal of the Archeological Society, vol 1, No. 2, January 1952
019_Haugen Letter to Keyes
This letter from U.S. House Representative G.N. Haugen, acknowledges the receipt of a letter from Keyes who asks him to extend protected status to the American bald eagle.
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.
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
Dr. Keyes makes a case for preserving Indian mounds found in several eastern Iowa counties. He gives the location of each.
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.