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Fowler, R. G.
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Merrill, L. J.
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Baker County Extension Staff
Extension; Agricultural extension workers; Group portraits
Baker County extension Office staff --Philip T. Fortner, County Agent; Secretary Margaret Teed; and assistant County Agent Hill
A photograph of a prank at Phi Delta Theta house. William Garnjobst is about to become the victim of Bob Schram. (Charles Stidd, photographer)
Fraternities & sororities; Students
Football players; Wickett, Lloyd; Athletics;
Oregon's Famous ""Silver Thaw."" Taken while very cloudy, raining and a coat of ice forming on the car, 1943.
Image from a scrapbook titled "Oregon State College - All about Azalea House," ca 1940.
Florence Lynds Shuff graduated from Oregon State College with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education in 1956. She first became involved in home economics extension in 1936 and several years...
OSC dairy building
Campus buildings; Dairy Building
Photograph was hand colored.
Buena Maris Mockmore.
Alumni & alumnae; Extension
Buena Margason Maris Mockmore Steinmetz was born in Salem, Oregon on 2 August 1898. She attended the University of Oregon and George Washington University for a short time. She attended the University...
Football players; Athletics; Durdan, Don
Don Durdan played in the 1942 Rose Bowl game for Oregon State College. He was awarded Player of the Game honors and later inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame. Durdan, an outstanding all-around athlete,...
Lon Stiner and Lloyd Wickett
Stiner, Alonaz L., (Lon); Wickett, Lloyd; Football players; Alumni & alumnae; Plaques
Lon Stiner is showing Lloyd Wickett the Otto Sitton award plaque given from the Class of 1912 at their 25th reunion in 1937.
George W. Peavy at his cabin near Corvallis
College presidents; Cabins; Faculty
This cabin in McDonald Forest outside of Corvallis was built by "his boys" for George W. Peavy in 1935. It was his retreat both during his years as President of Oregon State College and his retirement....
Edwin T. Reed.
Edwin Thomas Reed was born in River Falls, Wisconsin on September 15, 1872. He attended the University of Minnesota, graduating in 1895 with a B.S. He then studied composition and literature at Harvard,...
Donald A. Wells portrait
Wells, Donald A.; Portrait photographs
George W. Gleeson portrait
Gleeson, George W.; Portrait photographs; Faculty; Engineering
George W. Gleeson was a faculty member for the Engineering Department for 40 years, serving as the Head of the Chemical Engineering department and Dean of Engineering from 1944-1970. Gleeson received three...
WWII Coeds with Rifles
Three OSC coed females with Army rifles. The rifles are US Military M-1903 Springfield Bolt Action, with special after market adjustable peep sights, most likely used for the precision rifle team. Photograph...
Campus buildings; Libraries; Students
Inside the library.
Studio image number: 3941-e.
Loading automotive junk for salvage shipment in Klamath Falls, Oregon
Salvage; Trucks; Extension; Scrap drives
WWII scrap drive photos
Portrait of Milosh Popovich in military uniform
Popovich, Milosh Nicholas, 1917-; Military uniforms; Faculty; Portrait photographs
Milosh Popovich was a faculty member for the Engineering department from 1941-1959. Popovich served as the Dean of the Engineering department from 1954-1959, then became Vice President of Oregon State...
Extension Service electricity exhibit
Appliances; Extension; Electricity; Exhibitions
Electricity exhibit, showing on a meter the cost of operating appliances
Navy ROTC cadets in MU
Six students in lounge area (possibly Memorial Union?) in 6 button double breasted dress uniforms. Navy ROTC patch is visible on sleeves of uniforms. Photograph appears in the 1946 OSC Beaver Yearbook....
School of Business Graduating Class
Graduation ceremonies; Group portraits; Business education
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