The Depression Dilemmas of Rural Iowa, 1929-1933

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INDEX
Abbott, Grace, 39
Adair County, Iowa, 12, 84
Adair, Iowa, 12
Adams County, Iowa, 7
Adel Opera House, 94
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 173, 181
Agricultural Economics Department (ISC), 119
Agriculture, secretaries of, 172, 177, 183, 185, 195, 196, 197
Ainsworth, L. W., 158
Albia, Iowa, 16, 103
Allamakee County, Iowa, 13
Altoona, Iowa, 17
American Gothic, 81, 82, 96
American Health Association, 55
American Legion Auxiliaries, 66
American Medical Association (AMA), 50
American Relief Administration, 38
Ames, Iowa, 15, 73
Ames Tribune, 167
Anamosa Prison, 18
Anderson, Florence, 135
Anderson, Joseph A., 184, 192
Anderson, Mae, 66
Anderson, Sherwood, 45, 99
Anderson, Tom, 18
Andressen, Nanno, 128
Andrew, L. A., 30
Andrews, Clarence, 81
anthrax, 45
Anti-Saloon League, 124, 139–41, 147
Appanoose County, Iowa, 65, 72, 109
Arkansas, 138
Associated Charities of Cherokee, 68
Association of Bank Women, 23
Atlantic, Iowa, 124
Attica, Iowa, 121
Australia, 14
Bagley, Willis, 31
Baker, George F., 27, 105
Bakke, Josephine Arnquist, 77
Baldwin, Bird T. (Dr.), 52
Baldwin, H. L. (Mrs.), 90
Ballantyne, Sam, 106
bank robberies, 123
Bankers Life, 33
Banks, A. J., 167
“Battle Hymn of the Republic,” 89
Beck Coal Mine, 107
Beer Law, 148
Belgium, 38
Bell, John, 130
Bennet, G. W., 8
Benton County, Iowa, 78
Better Crops, 65
Better Homes and Gardens, 14
Better Iowa, 10, 69, 70, 75
Bigelow, William Frederick, 40
Benton County, Iowa, 13
Bergman, Andrew, 122
Biles, Roger, 119
Biondi, John, 99
Bird, Caroline, 100
Black Hawk County, Iowa, 13, 66, 68, 71, 83, 85–87
“Black Thursday,” 26, 28, 30
“Black Tuesday,” 26
Blackwelder, Julia Kirk, 61
“blind tiger,” 144
Blocker, Jack, 137
Body, Muriel, 79
Bone Dry League, 144
Bonus Army, 60, 122, 153, 156, 160
Boone County, Iowa, 95, 152
Boone, Iowa, 94
Bouton, Iowa, 156
Boxholm, Iowa, 126
Boy Scouts, 66
Brainard, Geraldine, 92
Brewer, Clarence, 127, 128
Brookhart, Smith Wildman (senator), 4, 10, 140, 141, 143, 144, 161, 164
Brooklyn, Iowa, 125
Broun, Heywood, 143
Brown, John, 144
Brown, Lincoln, 166
Brown, S. Joe (Mrs.), 164

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