|Room Types||Single, Double|
|Average Ceiling Height||7’6″|
|Furnishings||Lofted beds; wardrobe with drawers; corner desk with chair and bookshelf; window blinds; mirror; wastebasket; recycling basket; sink and medicine cabinet.|
Named for Thomas Maney (1888-1945). Maney’s influence in achieving a better horticulture for the nation and Iowa was widespread. He graduated from Iowa State in 1912 and immediately went to work at the University where he stayed on staff until his death. He served as head of the pomology sub-section of the Agricultural Experiment Station. He received national recognition for work on the development of hardy dwarf apple stocks, is credited for introducing a special dwarf variety known as Clark’s seedling, and did valuable work with thorn less rose stock.