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District veterinary medical organization for the eastern part of Iowa. The association may date from as early as , when it was recorded as meeting in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Collection includes membership applications, committee lists, minutes, conference materials, and a register of the Eastern Iowa Veterinary Ladies Veterinarian, educator, and administrator.

Flatt received a B. He served in the veterinary pathology section of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology from to From to , Flatt was a member of the veterinary pathology faculty and chief of anatomical pathology at the Sinclair Comparative Medicine Research Farm of the University of Missouri.

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He joined the Iowa State University faculty in as an associate professor and was promoted to professor in At Iowa State he served as director of laboratory animal resources as well as professor of veterinary pathology. Flatt was active in many professional societies, and served as a national officer of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science for several years. He was editor of Laboratory Animal Science from until his death. Flatt made contributions both locally and nationally in the area of animal welfare, maintaining that the use of animals in research and teaching was a privilege, that they should be used only when necessary, and that they should be humanely handled.

Collection includes committee files, correspondence, interoffice memoranda, reports, and writings. Correspondents include David Hopper and Wallace M. The collection also contains office files for Iowa State's laboratory animal resources unit, including equipment orders and post-mortem records. Fort Dodge Laboratories was founded by veterinarian Daniel E.

Its name was changed to Fort Dodge Laboratories in The company was originally formed to produce anti-hog cholera serum, but later expanded into the production of other veterinary drugs used in the treatment of livestock and household pets. The collection has two distinctive parts. The first part focuses on the development of the manufacturing process for anti-hog cholera serum.

It includes correspondence of Howard J. Shore, who served as laboratory director for the company from to ; publications of the U. Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Animal Industry; reports of the chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry ; a large collection of pamphlets on animal diseases and related matters; and an index to the circular letters and Bureau of Animal Industry letters to Fort Dodge Laboratories.

The second part relates to a vaccine Fort Dodge Laboratories produced to control anaplasmosis in cattle; it contains conference materials, correspondence, legal documents, and survey materials and statistics regarding anaplasmosis research. Correspondents include Richard Searl and J. Veterinarian, educator, and animal rights activist. He also received a Ph. He then went to the State Research Hospital in Galesburg, Illinois, from to , and taught biology and psychology at Washington University from to Fox's research interests include animal behavior, development of canines, animal rights, and comparative psychopathology.

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Collection largely consists of photocopied correspondence, letters to the editor, publications by Fox, and seminar papers. Livestock equipment designer and educator. Temple Grandin teaches in the Animal Science Department at Colorado State University; she is also an independent livestock consultant and designer of animal handling devices for improving the humane treatment of livestock. She received a B. Grandin is also an expert on autism in children and the author of Emergence Labelled Autistic She served as a consultant to the actor Dustin Hoffman for the film Rain Man Collection includes correspondence; biographical information; copies of papers, articles, and publications by Grandin; and photographs.

Correspondents include John B. Organization created in when the Cambridge Congress of Great Britain approved its formation and when it became affiliated with the World Veterinary Association. The objectives of the International Pig Veterinary Society include holding international congresses for the exchange of ideas and information concerning pig health and disease, forming pig veterinary societies in all countries, and coordinating meetings between national societies of countries in areas of common interest.

Collection includes minutes, committee lists, correspondence, newsletters, articles, speeches, conference proceedings, and materials on the history of the society. Hutton, and Robert D. Originally called World Veterinarians Against Nuclear War, it was formed as a result of efforts by Robert Shomer and Ole Stalheim to submit a resolution against nuclear war to the congress. Twenty-nine charter members from ten countries drafted a resolution calling upon the governments of all countries to abolish nuclear arms, and this resolution was passed by the World Veterinary Congress at its meeting.

The scope of the organization was later expanded to include all disasters, whether natural or human, affecting the well-being of animals. Its name was changed to the International Veterinary Academy on Disaster Medicine to reflect this broadened focus. The first meeting of the academy was held in Brighton, England, in , in conjunction with the World Congress on Emergency and Disaster Medicine.

At the Hong Kong meeting, the academy promoted guidelines for disaster preparedness plans developed with input by veterinarians, and suggested that emergency and disaster medicine should be taught in veterinary schools and in continuing education programs.

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Though a fourth meeting was planned for the International Veterinary Academy on Disaster Medicine at the World Veterinary Congress, it did not materialize, leaving the future of the organization in doubt. Collection includes correspondence, disaster planning guidelines, meeting minutes, news clippings, newsletters, and treasurer's reports.

Correspondents include Robert Shomer and Ole Stalheim.

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Its members include a cross-section of individuals connected to the meat industry, including state and federal veterinarians and representatives from meat packing firms, livestock producer organizations, and farm organizations. Records in the collection deal primarily with efforts to eradicate brucellosis and pseudorabies Aujesky's Disease.

Collection includes charts, correspondence, meeting minutes, and proposals for the eradication of pseudorabies. Correspondents include Robert H. Lounsberry, Harold Mindermann, and Keith Myers. It became part of a coordinated national effort to eliminate hog cholera, and the nine-point program recommended by the National Hog Cholera Committee was adopted by the Iowa Committee. The program included mandatory reporting of hog cholera outbreaks, strict quarantines of infected premises, no movement of swine without certification of vaccination, intensified research on the disease, and a long-range public education program regarding the disease.

The collection records the efforts made at the state level through the four phases of the program: The United States was declared free of hog cholera on January 31, Collection includes correspondence, meeting minutes, news releases, news clippings, and regulations for control of contagious diseases of livestock.

Correspondents include Neal Black and Marion Steddom. In its first years, the association held annual meetings and elected officers each year, but no formal programs were offered. In , a reorganizational meeting was held, and the meeting featured presentations by members and guests on veterinary issues. The association's original goals were the upgrading of the veterinary profession and the improvement of public health through sanitary regulations for animal products.

Known both as the Iowa State Veterinary Medical Association and the Iowa Veterinary Association in its early years, its current name was adopted in Collection includes correspondence, minutes, committee reports, copy for Iowa Veterinarian , membership lists, programs, and financial records. Organization whose goal is to promote practical methods of livestock management to prevent losses that reduce the economic value of livestock and livestock products. The Livestock Conservation Institute had its origins in the National Livestock Sanitary Committee, established in by the members of the Chicago Stock Exchange to combat bovine tuberculosis.

This group was reorganized in as the National Livestock Loss Prevention Board, a cooperative program of the stock markets and the railroads to reduce livestock losses due to bruising and disease. The name of the board was changed to Livestock Conservation, Inc. Institute membership is made up of organizations, companies, and state government agencies.

Collection includes committee minutes, cooperative agreements, correspondence, news clippings, proceedings, publications, and reports. Correspondents include Neal Black and Paul Zillman. The Mastitis Research Workers Conference was begun with an exploratory meeting in and was formally organized in The purpose of the conference is to provide a place for informal discussion of research results and problems for persons actively engaged in bovine mastitis research. Collection includes conference materials, correspondence, lists of projects, membership lists, minutes, and surveys.

Correspondents include Richard W. Veterinarian, meat inspector, and administrator. Pals received a D. After graduation, he started a veterinary practice in Thornton, Iowa, but stayed there only until November , when he received an offer from the Meat Inspection Division of the Bureau of Animal Industry U.

Department of Agriculture for a position as junior veterinarian. From to he served as a federal inspector in packing plants, first in Chicago, Illinois, and later in Fort Dodge, Estherville, and Sioux City, Iowa. In he was transferred to New York City, where he directed the work of three veterinary supervisors, import meat inspectors, and food inspectors who inspected all of the perishable food delivered to military installations in New York City and Connecticut.

In he went to Washington, D. He became director of the division in and retired in Following his retirement, he worked in international trade for two years, then served as editor of The Federal Veterinarian from to Pals was active in professional associations on an international level, and served six years as president of the World Association of Veterinary Food Hygienists. Collection includes correspondence, memoranda, writings, and substantial material regarding federal regulations for meat inspection.

Of special note is a scrapbook originally owned by D. Arthur Hughes, an inspector of food supplies for the Commissary Department of the U. This scrapbook, titled "The Movement Leading to the U. Meat Inspection Law of June 30, ," documents events leading to the passage of the law through news clippings and Hughes' comments. Ramsey was born in Princeton, Missouri. He received an M. Ramsey graduated with distinction and was first in his class in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Before going into veterinary medicine, he was superintendent of schools in Bonilla, South Dakota , and taught in a Glendive, Montana, junior college He joined the faculty of Iowa State University in as an assistant professor of veterinary anatomy, was promoted to associate professor in , and received the Clarence Hartley Covault Distinguished Professorship in He was head of the Department of Veterinary Pathology from Ramsey was given the Distinguished Alumni Award from Northern State College; he was also named professor of the year in the College of Veterinary Medicine in and In , he earned the Gamma Sigma Delta Award of Merit for distinguished service to agriculture.

In his honor, the F. Ramsey lecture series was established in the College of Veterinary Medicine in From he was International Cooperation Administration consultant in Chile, and in he was veterinary consultant for the Agricultural Research Service, U. Department of Agriculture, to determine whether to establish a veterinary school at Kabete, Kenya. He served in a number of capacities as an international consultant, and for his international consulting work he received the Wilton Park International Service Award.

Collection includes correspondence, committee files, and writings. Correspondents include Edward A. Benbrook, Charles Grassley, and Margaret Sloss. Of particular note are records regarding the planning of Iowa State's College of Veterinary Medicine facility, erected in Veterinarian and veterinary consultant. Richard Searl spent thirteen years as a practicing veterinarian in southwest Iowa and later became a veterinary consultant for Fort Dodge Laboratories. In the course of the fight against the hog cholera virus, controversy developed over the use of modified live virus vaccines and killed vaccines.

Many attributed hog cholera outbreaks to the use of these vaccines and a ban on their use was put into effect in Much of the collection relates to the controversy over these vaccines and includes Congressional testimony, correspondence, memoranda, publications, and reports. Mendenhall, Keith Myers, and D. Sloss was the first woman to receive a D. Sloss received a B. She served as a technician in veterinary pathology , assistant , instructor , assistant professor , associate professor , professor , and professor emeritus at Iowa State University. Sloss was listed by the Women's Centennial Congress as one of the women in the United States to successfully follow careers in which were impossible for women in Margaret Sloss received many awards and citations during her tenure at Iowa State; the campus Women's Center bears her name.

Collection includes biographical material, correspondence, writings, and photographs. Collection also includes Sloss family correspondence, including letters of Thomas Sloss, Margaret's father, who was superintendent of buildings and grounds at Iowa State from The Society for the Study of Reproduction was established in to promote the study of reproduction by fostering interdisciplinary communication within the science, by holding an annual conference, and by publication of conference proceedings.

Membership includes researchers in obstetrics and gynecology, urology, zoology, animal husbandry, physiology and clinicians in human and veterinary medicine. Collection includes committee files, correspondence, financial records, grants and contracts, meeting minutes, and photographs. Correspondents include Andrzej Bartke, R. Marion, and Gordon Niswender. He fought corruption in the Maritime Union, participated in peace and civil rights activities, then became involved in campaigning for animal rights. He brought together leaders of contending animal rights groups to work for the humane treatment of animals in farming and research.

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