Ames in Word and Picture: Further Tales and Personal Memories

Read these stories and more:

- How a random gunshot caused a controversy and delayed agreement on the extension of Sixth Street.
- The story of the numerous connections that Carrie Chapman Catt had with Ames following her graduation from Iowa State in 1880.
- Biographical sketches of men and women, leaders in their own right, including a mayor who was with Teddy Roosevelt's Roughriders, the first woman to earn a Ph.D. at Iowa State, and Iowa's first highway director who became the head of the Federal Highway Administration.
- The account of a "misplaced" public building that has finally found its proper location!

Book 2 of 3 in the series. By Farwell T. Brown. Published in 1999, Heuss Printing. Paperback, 189 pages.

Hardcover version also available.