|Time Frame||Artifact Type||Title||Description|
|Video||Cut-Off Lake | Iowa PBS Explores||
A piece of Iowa land a little over two square miles sits snugly in Omaha, Nebraska.
Learn the colorful, confusing history involving floods, legal battles, and cessation of Carter Lake, Iowa.
|Video||Dvořák in Iowa | Iowa PBS Explores||
How did a man like Antonín Dvořák, who was an international celebrity, spend a little over three months in a small Iowa village, and while staying here, end up composing two of his most enduring and celebrated works?
|Video||The Polio Epidemic | Iowa PBS Explores||
Public swimming pools were shut down. Movie theaters urged patrons to not sit too close together. And children disappeared from neighborhoods. Sound familiar?
The polio pandemic ravaged communities across the country, and Iowa was not spared.
|Video||The Great White Way | Iowa PBS Explores||
Just off of i-80 between Council Bluffs and Des Moines, sits a 26 mile stretch of road with white painted telephone poles. Hundreds of them connect five communities between Adair and Dexter.
|1874-1891||Video||Early Years of Herbert Hoover||
Herbert Hoover was born in West Branch, Iowa. He spent ten years in Iowa prior to moving to Oregon at the death of his parents.
|1965||Video||John Tinker Describes His Life After High School||
John Tinker describes his experiences after high school, including his continued activism, alternative path to education and job training, and his success working in computer programming and telecommunications industries.
|1965||Video||John Tinker Describes the Purpose of Protest and Activism||
John Tinker describes his perspective on the purpose of protests and activism to raise awareness and to provide affirmation to those participating.
|1965||Video||Mary Beth Tinker Describes Her Work Raising Awareness of First Amendment Rights||
Mary Beth Tinker describes how she came to the decision to begin public speaking to help raise awareness of First Amendment rights for young people.
|1965||Video||Mary Beth Tinker Describes the Need to Understand First Amendment Rights||
Mary Beth Tinker describes how she continues to see the need for young people to understand and practice their First Amendment rights.
|1965||Video||John Tinker Describes His Values and Continued Activism||
John Tinker describes his values regarding peace, justice and equality and how that influences his continued activism.