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Baker, Walter R.
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Bohlman, Herman T.
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Herman Bohlman, William L. Finley, and two others on a wagon
Carts & wagons; Bohlman, Herman; Finley, William L. (William Lovell), 1876-1953
Pioneers (wagon train)
Carts & wagons; Horses; Pioneers
Freight team and wagons near Antelope, 1905
Gifford Photo Wagon
Carts & wagons; Photographic apparatus & supplies; Photographic studios; Stereographs
Stereoscopic view of Benjamin A. Gifford's photo wagon on the crest of a hill in Central Oregon.
Group of people at entrance to cave
Caves; Group portraits
Central school; Schools; Educational facilities
Central School was located between 7th and 8th Streets and Monroe. Building was facing east. The grounds are now part of Corvallis' Central Park.
Crowning of queen and winding the May pole, May Day.
Ceremonies; May poles; Student activities
May Day pageant
Ceremonies; Pageants; Students
Two men sitting in chairs
Weighing room. Chemical Laboratory, Oregon Agricultural College
Chemical Laboratory; Campus buildings; Laboratories; Weights & measures
Chickadees; Birds; Wildlife
Photos were used in the 1908 "American Birds" book by William Lovell Finley. The photo is found opposite page 21.
Woman and child next to a car on an old highway
Children; Automobiles; Lakes & ponds
Photograph was hand colored.
Churches; Episcopal churches; Religious facilities
View of the Episcopal Church at 7th Street and Jefferson. Today this building houses the Corvallis Arts Center, and is located at 7th and Madison.
Churches; Methodist churches; Religious facilities
View of the First Methodist Church at 4th and Madison (NW corner) in Corvallis, Oregon. The church was built in 1897 and torn down in 1956.
Corvallis City Hall
City & town halls; Corvallis City Hall; Government facilities
Corvallis City Hall located on 4th and Madison (southeast corner) before the Fire Station addition. It was built in 1892 and demolished in the 1950s
William Jasper Kerr
College presidents; Faculty; Portrait photographs
This portrait photograph was taken a few years before Kerr came to Oregon, while he was President of the Agricultural College of Utah (now Utah State University).
Page one of the constitution of the Oregon Agricultural College Athletic Union, ca. 1900.
Constitutions; Athletics; Oregon Agricultural College
Professor George Coote and women's floriculture class
Coote, George, 1842-1908; Gardening; Students; Horticulture
Letter from Edgar Raymond Shepard to his parents, March 1907.
Alumnus and faculty member, Edgar Raymond ("Ray") Shepard attended Oregon Agricultural College for 4 academic years (1897/98 through 1900/01) and received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 1901. He attended...
Letter from John Bennes to E. E. Wilson, Secretary of the Oregon Agricultural College Board of Regents, December 11, 1907. ""Dear Sir:- I am inclosing [sic] the contract, of the Mutlnomah Mill and Construction Co., for the Cattle stables. Will you kindly send the contract that is signed to the [Oregon] Secy. of State, and have the copy signed, as soon as possible, and mail to the Multnomah Mill Co."" The Multnomah Mill and Construction Company of Portland built the barn for $15,600.
Correspondence; Oregon Agricultural College
Corvallis College Building
Corvallis College; Campus buildings; Educational facilities
The Corvallis College building was located on 5th Street in Corvallis, Oregon.
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