2018

Verne Marshall was a fearless investigative journalist for the Cedar Rapids Gazette whose reporting of graft and corruption earned him and the Gazette the 1936 Pulitzer Prize.

Verne Marshall was a fearless investigative journalist for the Cedar Rapids Gazette whose reporting of graft and corruption earned him and the Gazette the 1936 Pulitzer Prize.

Volume 10, Issue No. 1 Jan/Feb 2018

 

›Verne Marshall: Fearless journalist exposed graft, won the 1926 Pulitzer Prize.

 

›Publisher’s Perspective: IHJ embarks on its 10th year

 

›An electrifying Iowan: William Morrison, pioneer of battery technology and automobiles.

 

›In for life: The escape and recapture of bank robber Tom Runyon.

 

›IHJ explores Davenport’s Putnam Museum and Science Center and the Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home in Charles City.

 

›Veteran IHJ columnist Arvid Huisman writes about his brief stay in 1968 at Fort Des Moines and the case of potato poisoning.

 

›Cheryl Mullenbach goes behind the scenes at the Barnum & Bailey Circus in Marshalltown in 1913 for her debut column for IHJ.

 

›What’s in a Name? Find out about Anamosa: Land of the river and rolling hills.

 

›Structurally Speaking

 

›Book Reviews

 

›Historical Happenings

 

›Letters to the Editor

 

›Iowa History Journal Quiz