FROM THOSE WHO REMEMBER

  • Class of ? - Flashback to Kindergarten

    By Price Lab History on August 28, 2020
    1 Comment Every now and then we like to make the Flashback Friday Mystery Photos a real challenge!


    Let's see who can get this one.


    We'll narrow it down for you: The class shown here in kindergarten has celebrated their 20 year class reunion, but not yet ...
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  • Family Ties

    By Tyler Nielsen on August 26, 2013
    Go comment! I grew in CO, but my Dad (Jerel Nielsen) grew up in Cedar Falls and he and his siblings attended PLS as well as four of my cousins. When I was a kid, we would take tours of the school because my two uncles were faculty at the time. It was always special for me to see the schoo...
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  • Making mobiles

    By Dr. Seon Chun-Burbank on August 20, 2013
    Go comment! I collected my dissertation data at MPLS. Teachers, administrators, parents, and children were so helpful and supportive. Having MPLS nearby helped me to complete my doctorate on-time so I could get a full-time job (so that I could stay at US not going back to Korea.) Thank you...
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  • In Memory of Larry Taylor, class of 1965

    By Lynn E. Nielsen on July 10, 2013
    1 Comment In the Autumn of a Friendship

    We came up on Merner Street,
    I on the east and he on the west.
    Our growing was almost parallel
    Like the maples of Merner
    That told the spring yards where to stop.

    Resembling those broad-shade gian...
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  • Salad Days

    By Paul Stokstad on July 09, 2013
    Go comment! Just like a salad, my time at the lab school is a jumble of things... a leafy green memory here, some faded, and a thousand islands of impressions, visual and tactile moments, embarrassingly immature situations, elements of wistful romance, et al.

    I could write a...
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  • Camera, Action, Lights - Science and Me

    By Lyn Le Countryman on July 08, 2013
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    One day, while reading the job announcements in the Des Moines Register, my husband said to me, “There is a science job at the Lab School. You should apply.” I was just finishing graduate work on my doctorate and I had planned to stay home with my young daughte...

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  • Double Memories

    By Mary Flannery Brown on July 07, 2013
    Go comment! I have memories of being at the Lab school with my dad, Cliff Flannery, who was custodian there from roughly 1959-1971. Sometimes I would go with him when he went down into the bowels of the school under the swimming pool to add the chemicals to the water. There were all thes...
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