Ivan Pratt was a Marine Biologist for Oregon State College in the 1940's and 1950's. Pratt created a parasitology lab to help support and expand Marine Biology studies. Pratt discovered a new species of mite that attacked beachhoppers, a type of crustacean, along Oregon and Washington coasts.
Oregon State University College of Home Economics Department of Foods and Nutrition. From bottow row left to right: Lorraine Miller, James Leklem, Margy Woodburn, Margaret Lewis, Carolyn Raab, Jean Peters, Rosemary Wander, Constance Georgiou, Mary Kelsey, Zoe Ann Holmes, and Florian Cerklewski.
Coeds with "Ol John" Hines read mail. From left to right: Janice Cady; Unknown person; John Hines; Kay Seberg; Margaret Krebs; Marge Anderson. During World War II, John Hines received letters, pictures and samples of foreign money from Oregon State students, alumni and faculty serving all over the world.