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Amateur radio stations -- Iowa -- Storm Lake

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence, 1986

Content Description Two folders. Some highlights include: Briscoe emphasizes the value of a liberal arts background for business, discussions with Siebens about the Siebens Den, getting Ronald Reagan to speak via satellite, mineral rights for oil and gas exploration in Iowa. Dr. Fred Brown, Provost, shares faculty expectations for professors who will teach in the School of Business. Schedules and preparation for Siebens' June visit are included. They begin talking about a ham radio station to be located on...
Dates: 1986

Correspondence with Clifford Rae and Seafam, 1983-1993, bulk: 1986-1993

 Sub-Series — Box 7
Content Description

Correspondence is often accompanied by facility needs reports, contractual agreements, and quarterly financial and progress reports, most often relating to the library expansion. Some correspondence focuses on discussions of Siebens' interest in constructing a Siebens Den and a Ham radio shack. The lighthouse and Boy Fisherman statues were later erected as Siebens memorials.

Dates: 1983-1993; Majority of material found in 1986-1993