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Campus buildings; Cauthorn Hall; Fairbanks Hall; Dormitories
Originally named Cauthorn Hall and was later named Fairbanks Hall. It was constructed in 1892 as a men's dormitory. Women lived in the dormitory from 1912 until the early 1930s, when it was converted into...
Campus buildings; Apperson Hall; Mechanical Hall; Kearney Hall
Mabel Withycombe and Fanny Getty Wickman
Withycombe, Mabel; Wickman, Fanny Getty; Women
Football team, 1897
Football team; Athletics; Team photographs
The O.A.C. football team were the Intercollegiate Champions of the State. The team won 4 games and scored 148 points with only 8 points scored against them. The team was coached by William H. Bloss (son...
Excerpt from the transcript of Milton Stemmler's diary, 1894.
Milton Stemmler entered Oregon Agricultural College in 1892 and graduated with a degree in agriculture in 1895. He went on to earn a medical degree in St. Louis before returning to Oregon to settle in...
OAC Cadet officers posing by Benton Hall staircase
Cadet officers posing for portrait below steps of Administration Building (Benton Hall). Uniforms show large chevrons on sleeves and forage caps. The image can be dated before 1899 renovation of Benton...
Women's Basketball, 1898
Basketball team; Women's basketball; Getty, Fanny; Athletics; Team photographs
This was the Women's Basketball championship team from 1898, the first basketball team at Oregon State. Team includes Fanny Getty, 2nd back; Dora Hodgins, 2nd forward; Leona Smith, 1st back; Inez Fuller,...
Harvey L. McAlister, ca 1890.
Alumni & alumnae; Football
Harvey L. McAlister was known as "Pap Hayseed" during his student years at Oregon Agricultural College (OAC). McAlister came from Lexington, Oregon (in Morrow County) to OAC in 1893. As a freshman, he...
College building (now Benton Hall)
Benton Hall; Administration Building; Campus buildings
Excursion to coast
Passengers; Group portraits; Railroad cars
Amy Vaughn, Ed Emmett, J. F. Fulton, Mildred Leuville, Bertie Leuville are identified standing in front of train in the woodlands on an excursion to the Pacific Coast.
Myrtle L. Gifford
Gifford, Myrtle L.; Portrait photographs; Women
Ralph I. Gifford as a child
Children; Portrait photographs
Alumni & alumnae
Nettie Spencer was born near Corvallis in 1861 to Oregon pioneer parents. She graduated from Corvallis College in 1882, and spent the next several years teaching and studying at various places in the U.S....
Percival Nash, class of 1893.
"The Mob," OAC alumni and students
Jones, Tommie; Wilson, Robert J.; Collins, James H.; Addison, Allen; Korthauer, Laura; Baldwin, Carrie; Horning, Archie; Wilson, E. E.(Eddy Elbridge),1869-1961; Hanna, Hattie; Allen, Ira E.; Alumni & alumnae; Students; Group portraits
Top left to right: Tommie Jones '89; Robert J. Wilson '86; James H. Collins '88; Allen Addison '90; Laura Korthauer '87; Carrie Baldwin 1882/1883; Archie Horning 1882/1883; E. E. Wilson '89; Hattie Hanna...
OAC cadets in box formation with rifles at ready
OAC Cadet "Battalion" in box formation on parade field with rifles, dated May 1895. The caption on the most original of the prints states, "OAC Cadet Battalion - May 1895 Strut Column".Buildings in the...
Diploma awarded to Lulu Thornton by the Department of Public Instruction, 1895.
Born in 1876 in Missouri, Lulu Catherine Thornton graduated from OAC in 1895 with a degree in Home Economics. She died in Portland, Oregon in 1945.
Lab building, Experiment Station
Laboratories; Extension; Military officers;
Singers; Bands; Music ensembles; Group portraits
Members of the OAC quartet: 1st tenor John Fulton; 2nd tenor Professor Berchtold; Pianist Ora Spangler; 2nd bass Harley. R. Clark; 1st bass Will H. Bloss.
"Eldorado" grape on wire trellis
Grapevines; Agriculture; Trellises
Eldorado grape vine on a trellis at the OAC farm
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