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Waverly Phoenix, October 1895-December 1896 Apr 2019

Waverly Phoenix, October 1895-December 1896

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Perspectives On Why The Glass Ceiling Still Exists For Women In Advertising And Media And Tools To Help Shatter It, Olivia Hottle Mossman Jan 2015

Perspectives On Why The Glass Ceiling Still Exists For Women In Advertising And Media And Tools To Help Shatter It, Olivia Hottle Mossman

Honors Program Theses

This ethnographic study provides current insights into the barriers women experience as they seek executive positions in the media and advertising industries—careers largely held by men. Interviews with women who currently or have previously held management roles in media and advertising companies are analyzed and presented. The knowledge gained from these interviews raises awareness of the lack of women’s voices on the media channels that influence a society’s perception of what is socially and culturally acceptable. This research also counteracts an absence of recent research regarding this topic. As the study evolved, it looked more at the ...


Waverly Phoenix, April 28, 1897 Apr 1897

Waverly Phoenix, April 28, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, April 21, 1897 Apr 1897

Waverly Phoenix, April 21, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, April 14, 1897 Apr 1897

Waverly Phoenix, April 14, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, April 7, 1897 Apr 1897

Waverly Phoenix, April 7, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, March 31, 1897 Mar 1897

Waverly Phoenix, March 31, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, March 24, 1897 Mar 1897

Waverly Phoenix, March 24, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, March 17, 1897 Mar 1897

Waverly Phoenix, March 17, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, March 10, 1897 Mar 1897

Waverly Phoenix, March 10, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, March 3, 1897 Mar 1897

Waverly Phoenix, March 3, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, February 24, 1897 Feb 1897

Waverly Phoenix, February 24, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, February 17, 1897 Feb 1897

Waverly Phoenix, February 17, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, February 10, 1897 Feb 1897

Waverly Phoenix, February 10, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, February 3, 1897 Feb 1897

Waverly Phoenix, February 3, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, January 27, 1897 Jan 1897

Waverly Phoenix, January 27, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, January 20, 1897 Jan 1897

Waverly Phoenix, January 20, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, January 13, 1897 Jan 1897

Waverly Phoenix, January 13, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, January 6, 1897 Jan 1897

Waverly Phoenix, January 6, 1897

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, September 25, 1895 Sep 1895

Waverly Phoenix, September 25, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, September 18, 1895 Sep 1895

Waverly Phoenix, September 18, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, September 11, 1895 Sep 1895

Waverly Phoenix, September 11, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, September 4, 1895 Sep 1895

Waverly Phoenix, September 4, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, August 28, 1895 Aug 1895

Waverly Phoenix, August 28, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, August 21, 1895 Aug 1895

Waverly Phoenix, August 21, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, August 14, 1895 Aug 1895

Waverly Phoenix, August 14, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, August 7, 1895 Aug 1895

Waverly Phoenix, August 7, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, July 31, 1895 Jul 1895

Waverly Phoenix, July 31, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, July 24, 1895 Jul 1895

Waverly Phoenix, July 24, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.


Waverly Phoenix, July 17, 1895 Jul 1895

Waverly Phoenix, July 17, 1895

Waverly Phoenix

The Waverly Phoenix was a Democratic weekly German-language newspaper published from 1884 to 1924 in Waverly (Bremer County), Iowa. Articles in the newspaper reflect the experiences and viewpoints of first- and second-generation German immigrants who had settled in Iowa.