a 12-month calendar for 2005
with color photography by

Helen D. Gunderson

rural Iowa scenes

Grain Elevators, Barns, Corn Cribs, and Field Work

Calendar Simply Designed for Ease of Use

A Wonderful Gift for Viewing during the Year or as a Keepsake

This calendar includes the 12 color photo images that are posted below. The pages consist of medium-weight, white, matte-surfaced paper. The cover and back pages are printed on cover weight paper, and the publication measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches. The calendar with be coil bound, and there will be a hole for hanging the calendar on a wall. The calendar can also fit easily into a book bag or briefcase. It  would make a great gift for Iowa residents, expatriates who have a soft spot in their hearts for their home state, or other persons who are intrigued with scenes of rural Iowa.

Click on an image for a larger view.

Wire corn cribs east of Pocahontas in Pocahontas County, 1996.

Corn cribs south of the United Community School campus in Boone County, 2004.

Heart of Iowa Cooperative
in Gilbert in
Story County, 2004.

Planting season southeast of Gilbert in
Story County, 2004.

Bessie Gildersleeve's farm northeast of Gilbert in
Story County, 2004.

Elevator and watertower townscape at Stanhope
in Hamilton County, 2002.

Clock barn east
of Pocahontas in
Pocahontas County, 1996.

Corn crib in corn field southwest of Rolfe in Pocahontas County, 2001.

Corn cribs at Gunderson farm southwest of Rolfe in Pocahontas County, 2001.

Corn harvest southwest
 of Gilbert in
Story County, 2004.

Corn field with Rolfe
skyline in distance in Pocahontas County, 2003.

Howard farm southwest
of Rolfe in
Pocahontas County, 1996.

The calendar includes a page for phone numbers and notes and a page of mini-calendars for 2005, 2006, and 2007.

The monthly calendar pages have a tailored look and will include basic holidays, some special holidays of Helen's choosing, and a few key events in Gilbert.

Click here for a sample of the monthly calendar pages.

$17.95 per calendar plus tax
(no tax on out-of-state orders)

Click here for an order form in PDF file format.
If you have questions or suggestions, please e-mail Helen.