WOLF, Leonard (1908-1962) received his degrees from Iowa State (B.S. 1930, M.S. 1932). He joined the Iowa State staff as an assistant professor in 1937 and head of the department of architecture and University architect in 1953. He was a member and officer of many honorary and professional societies. Dean Town of Engineering said at the time of his death, "Professor Wolf served the University most ably, not only in planning campus buildings as a department head, but also as campus architect. He took the lead in planning campus buildings and in all campus planning. He was a very able person in all respects. He built up a good department and will be a hard man to replace."