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Armory gymnasium dance decorations
Gymnasiums; Gladys Valley Gymnastics Center; Decorations; Dance parties
Armory gymnasium decorated for a dance.
It shows the interior of what later became the Mitchell Playhouse and then the Gladys Valley Gymnastics Center.
Photo taken between 1898 and 1910.
Man sitting on a pile of volcanic ash near Crater Lake
Volcanic rock; Canyons; Rock formations
Herman Bohlman, William L. Finley, and two others on a wagon
Carts & wagons; Bohlman, Herman; Finley, William L. (William Lovell), 1876-1953
Benton Hall; Campus buildings; Wilson, E. E.(Eddy Elbridge),1869-1961; Bicycles & tricycles; Alumni & alumnae
E.E. Wilson standing by bicycle south of Administration Building ca. 1900. (Benton Hall in background)
Eddy Elbridge Wilson graduated in 1889 with a B.S. From 1925-1940, Wilson was president then board...
Theatrical productions; Wilson, E. E.(Eddy Elbridge),1869-1961; Actors; Performances; Theater; Alumni & alumnae
Theatrical productions including E.E. Wilson, ca. 1900.
Eddy Elbridge Wilson graduated in 1889 with a B.S. From 1925-1940, Wilson was president then board member of the First National Bank of Corvallis....
Herman Bohlman and others eating watermelon
Watermelons; Bohlman, Herman; Group portraits
Herman Bohlman walking along railroad tracks with fishing pole
Fishing & hunting gear; Bohlman, Herman; Railroad tracks
William Evans Lawrence.
Faculty; Botany; Ecology
William Evans Lawrence was born April 15, 1883 in Randolph County, Indiana. He earned a B.S. from Earlham College (Indiana) in 1904 and did graduate work at the University of Chicago. Prior to coming to...
Herman Bohlman drinking from a mug
Bohlman, Herman; Boats; Rivers
Wrestling team; Athletics; Team photographs
Oregon Agricultural College champion wrestlers.
Short course dairy class
Campus buildings; Education Hall; Withycombe, James, 1854-; Students; Faculty; Group portraits
James Withycombe seated in front row with class in dairy husbandry. Withycombe was the professor of Animal Husbandry and later become the Governor of Oregon.
Photo was taken at the entrance of Science...
Boys swimming in the river
Swimming; Rivers; Recreation
School of Commerce group shot
Faculty; Group portraits; Business education
Front row: (left to right) Mercy Jane Gain Whaley, Ruth Norman Pine, Mabel Maginnis, Minnie Koopman, Dean J. A. Bexell, Altha Cooper, Bertha Whillock, Lillian Burns, unknown person.
Middle Row: Elinore...
Women on plank bridge crossing a stream with Herman Bohlman in the back
Bridges; Bohlman, Herman; Streams; Group portraits
Blue Book used by Smith during his years at O.A.C., ca. 1906.
Oregon Agricultural College; Testing
Arthur Byron Smith of Newberg, Oregon, attended Oregon Agricultural College from 1905-1906 through 1908-1909 and graduated with a degree in electrical engineering in 1909.
OAC Cadet officer studio portrait, circa 1900
Posed photo of OAC Cadet officer in portrait studio photograph. Posed with sabre in dress tunic. Rank epaulets of the circa 1900 era uniform. Cadet has OAC collar badges and early style campaign hat. Photograph...
Campus buildings; Agriculture Hall; Science Hall; Education Hall
Started out being Agriculture Hall but was later known as Science Hall in 1909 and eventually became Education Hall.
The building was built in 1902 and designed by architect Charles Burggraf of Albany,...
Withycombe, John; Portrait photographs; Faculty
James Withycombe was the Experiment Station Director from 1908-1914 and the Governor of Oregon from 1915-1919.
Leroy G. Mattley.
Alumni & alumnae
Leroy Garfield Mattley, from Lewisville in Polk County, Oregon, studied agriculture and mechanical engineering at Oregon Agricultural College and graduated in 1902. Mattley died on August 17, 1905.
Warranty Deed From William M. Plumb to Thomas B. Searcy, December 13, 1901.
Thomas B. Searcy was born in 1860 in Kentucky and moved west in the early 1880s; in 1883, Searcy filed for a homestead on land in Sherman County, Oregon, about 10 miles south of Moro. Searcy married Lena...
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