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Archives shelving in Kerr Adminstration Building
Archives; Shelving; Administration Building
Lower campus view
Campus buildings; Administration Building; Benton Hall; Agriculture Hall; Science Hall; Education Hall
View of the Oregon State College lower campus. Benton Hall to the right and Education Hall shown in the middle
Siletz Indians; Indians of North America; Celebrations
Siletz Indians, 4th of July Celebration.
Thomas H. Cody and son
Alumni & alumnae; Banquets; Forestry
Thomas H. Cody and Thomas H. Cody, Jr., graduates of the Oregon State College School of Forestry, are standing by the highwheeler during the annual Fernhopper banquet at Peavy Arboretum in the McDonald...
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.
Library at Kidder Hall
Campus buildings; Libraries; Kidder Hall
Furniture; Chairs; Woodwork
The furniture was designed by college students and built in the college industrial arts shops for use in the Oregon Building at the Exposition, 1915-1916.
William Jasper Kerr
Kerr, William Jasper, 1863-1947; Faculty; Portrait photographs
William Jasper Kerr was the sixth president of Oregon Agricultural College from 1907-1932. Kerr increased the size of the campus with 25 new buildings, including Memorial Union, Milam Hall, and the Women's...
OSU Alumni Association Public Affairs Committee
Alumni & alumnae; Organizations; OSU Alumni Association; Douglas, Kathy; McGregor, Douglas; Tomasovic, Denise; Mascall, Paul; Loomis, Robert C.; Baker, Terry
Committee members are: Kathy Douglas, chairperson; Doug McGregor; Denise Tomasovic, Paul Mascall, Dr. Bob Loomis; and Terry Baker.
Portland, Oregon in 1851
Cities & towns; Streets; Carts & wagons
Early settlement of Oregon
Commerce staff in front of Bexell Hall
Campus buildings; Bexell Hall; Faculty; Business education; Group portraits
Richard Nixon's visit to OSC with Gov. Paul Patterson
Patterson, Paul L.; Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Governors; Politicians
Bruce Wyatt, Lyle Hubbard and another man on the deck of a ship
Wyatt, Bruce; Hubbard, Lyle; Ships; Faculty
Bruce Wyatt was a faculty member in the Oceanography department. The department was officially established July 1, 1959 with Wyatt acting as support staff.
Crater Lake Lodge
Photograph was hand colored.
Man sitting on a pile of volcanic ash near Crater Lake
Volcanic rock; Canyons; Rock formations
Linus Pauling, John Byrne, Betty and Les Buell
Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994; Byrne, John Vincent, 1928-; Buell, Betty; Buell, Les; Alumni & alumnae
John V. Byrne came to Oregon State University as an Associate Professor of Marine Geology in 1961, becoming the Chairman of the Oceanography Department in 1968. Byrne was the OSU President from 1984-1995....
Mabel Mack demonstrating clothing care
Home economics; Mack, Mabel; Faculty; Demonstrations; Extension
Mabel Mack, home demonstration agent in Jackson County, is meeting with a group of farm women and showing them the proper care of clothing.
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
4-H members leave Powers on railroad cars (Speeders) to visit ranches
Railroad cars; 4-H clubs; Railroad tracks; Extension
4-H club members leave Powers on Speeders furnished by Albert Powers and lumber companies to visit cattle ranches owned by Mr. Powers and Ellis Dement.
Homecoming; Fraternities & sororities; Beavers;
Greek Homecoming House Sign
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