Robert Henderson was shown here photographing the OSU Marching Band. Robert W. Henderson received a B.S. in Agronomy in 1938. Henderson served as Assistant Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and a Farm Crops faculty member from 1946-1976. Henderson was also known for his love of photography.
John Vincent Byrne assumed the presidency in November 1984 and served as OSU's twelfth president for eleven years until the end of 1995. Byrne began teaching at Oregon State University in 1960, and his career at the university spanned thirty-five years. He was an early leader of the OSU Sea Grant program and was the director of the Marine Science Center.
Standing at left in the grey suit is OSU President John Byrne. At center, placing an item into a time capsule, is Oregon Senator Mark Hatfield. At right, wearing a hard hat, is Vice Provost for Research George Keller.