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Herbert V. Hake attended graduate school at the University of Iowa, where he earned his master's degree in scenic design in 1933. In the summer of 1936, he began his career at the Iowa State Teachers College (ISTC) with the Theater Department. From 1938 to 1942 he served as technical director, scenic designer, and instructor of speech courses. He was a pioneer in radio and television.

Publication Date

6-30-1950

Publisher

Iowa State Teachers College

Place of Publication

Cedar Falls, IA

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1 PDF file (1 page)

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Special Collections & University Archives

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Special Collections & University Archives

Noteworthy People of UNI Subcollection

Herb Hake

Digital Date

2013

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en

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Hake's program tells only good, not the disasters, The College Eye, June 30, 1950
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