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161. Art King in corn field Art King in corn field King, Arthur Solomon, 1906-1972; Agriculture; Corn; Croplands; Extension Art King with experiments in corn field near Halsey paper mill in Linn County, Oregon.

162. Lake County Drum and Bugle Corp, May 22, 1949 Lake County Drum and Bugle Corp, May 22, 1949 Bugles; Bands; Parades & processions; Extension; 4-H clubs Lake County 4-H Drum & Bugle Corps, taken May 22, 1949. The boys all wear white [duck] pants which had not arrived yet when this picture was taken.

163. Banana nut bread cooking, 1961 Banana nut bread cooking, 1961 Bread; Baking; Extension; 4-H clubs Vanda Winegar, 14, with the banana nut bread which she made in 4-H. Redmond, Oregon, Deschutes County, 1961.

164. Horse project members: Julius Binder, Jefferson County agent, 1961 Horse project members: Julius Binder, Jefferson County agent, 1961 Horses; 4-H clubs; Faculty; Extension Jefferson County, Oregon agent, Julius Binder works with 4-H horse project members in preparation for a 5-day trail ride into the Cascade Mountains. 28 persons including 6 adults and 27 horses participated....

165. Russ Karow Russ Karow Portrait photographs; Faculty Russ Karow is a professor and department head of Crop and Soil Science. Karow began as an Extension Specialist in 1983, later being promoted to Associate Professor in 1988.

166. Steve Knapp Steve Knapp Portrait photographs; Faculty; Knapp, Steve; Extension Steve Knapp was an oil seed geneticist for the OSU Agricultural Experiment Station from 1985-2004. Two of his focuses were Sunflowers and Meadowfoam. Knapp worked on genetically engineering oil seeds to...

167. Farming demonstration train tour Farming demonstration train tour Railroad cars; Demonstrations; Agriculture; Extension Farming demonstration train stopped in Grass Valley, Oregon on its tour.

168. OSC Journalism staff with Portland correspondents. Pictured from left to right are Webley Edwards, Eunice OSC Journalism staff with Portland correspondents. Pictured from left to right are Webley Edwards, Eunice Rydman, A. Lowell McMillian and John C. Burtner. Journalism; Newspapers Born in Pennsylvania in 1895, John C. Burtner graduated with a degree in horticulture from Oregon Agricultural College in 1923. He became a member of the OAC Industrial Journalism faculty a year later....

169. Farming demonstration train tour Farming demonstration train tour Railroad cars; Demonstrations; Agriculture; Extension; Group portraits; Faculty James Withycombe and others on the 1911 Farming Demonstration Train tour of Oregon.
Withycombe is standing in the back, second person from the left.

170. Myron Shenk Myron Shenk Portrait photographs; Faculty; Shenk, Myron Daniel; Extension Myron Shenk was an Associate Professor for the Agricultural Experiment Station. Shenk also worked with the Integrated Plant Protection Center.

171. Floating dock at Yaquina Floating dock at Yaquina Piers & wharves; Bays; Boats; Extension Dock is found near the Yaquina Oyster Laboratory.
Photo was used in "A progress report of investigations fo the native oyster in Yaquina Bay, Oregon" by R. E. Dimick and Jay Long, written in 1939...

172. Ben A. Newell Ben A. Newell Portrait photographs; Faculty; Newell, Ben A.; Extension Wearing military uniform; County agent, 1944-1947

173. Professor Harold J. Evans, ca. 1972. Plant physiologist Harold Evans injects bacterial extract into a Professor Harold J. Evans, ca. 1972. Plant physiologist Harold Evans injects bacterial extract into a tightly sealed, oxygen-free test tube. In 1972, Evans was the first OSU faculty member elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors a U.S. scientist can receive. Evans studied processes related to nitrogen fixation. He became professor in the Botany and Plant Pathology Department in 1961, received OSU's Distinguished Professor Award in 1988, and retired later that year. Faculty; Plants Coming to OSU in 1961, Harold J. Evans held professorships in plant physiology and biochemistry until his retirement in 1988. Specializing in the study of nitrogen fixation, Evans also served as Director...

174. Man with oyster shells Man with oyster shells Oysters; Extension; The man is holding wire bags full of broken Japanese oyster shells.
Photo was used in "Native oyster investigations of Yaquina Bay, Oregon : Progress report II" by R. E. Dimick, George Egland, and...

175. OSU campus map, March 1982. OSU campus map, March 1982. Maps; Buildings Leo George Kramer attended Oregon State College from the summer of 1951 through spring term of 1952 as a student in business and technology. His wife, Ruth Ann Kramer, worked for the Extension Service...

176. W.L. Powers W.L. Powers Portrait photographs; Faculty; Powers, W.L. (Wilbur Louis), b. 1887; Extension Wilbur Louis Powers was a soil scientist for the Agricultural Experiment Station from 1909-1952.

177. Douglas fir log Douglas fir log Douglas fir; Logs; Extension John Jacob Astor Branch Station, Agricultural Experiment Station near Northrup Creek.

178. James A. Moore, ca. 1980. James A. Moore, ca. 1980. Faculty; Engineering James A. Moore joined the faculty of Oregon State University in 1979 as an Associate Professor and Extension Agricultural Engineer. He was promoted to full Professor in 1985 and served as head of the Bioresource...

179. Natural rank mink from the OSC fur farm Natural rank mink from the OSC fur farm Minks; Animals; Extension; Fur; Livestock; Agriculture

180. KOAC program, 1950. By 1950, KOAC offered a continuous 12 hours of programming on Monday through Saturday. KOAC program, 1950. By 1950, KOAC offered a continuous 12 hours of programming on Monday through Saturday. KOAC was administered by the General Extension Division of the Oregon State System of Higher Education and was a member of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB). Programs; KOAC
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