The collection is comprised of manuscript music scores and parts composed by Ernst A. Evans, chiefly for keyboard and voice. Most of the works are sacred music. Several of the compositions include scores for multiple voice parts. Also present is a broadside advertising the performance of his piece "Seven Last Words" at the Saint Davids Episcopal Church in Portland. This collection came into the hands of Edward and Lucile Evans Hargreaves, who were Pacific University graduates and staff. They donated the material to Pacific University in 1993.
The collection consists of a scrapbook created in honor of Cecilie Froelich, math professor at Pacific University, by the Forest Grove chapter of the American Association of University Women; and an audiocassette recording of a talk she gave to the association in 1983.
The collection includes correspondence, diaries, notes, educational records, photographs and other material relating to school and personal life in Oregon and California from the 1920s-1930s. About half of the collection consists of letters between LeRoy and Reatha Smith, as well as their extended families. These letters and much of the other material in the collection show how these educators taught and engaged with their communities in Forest Grove, Oregon and Berkeley, California.
The Pacific University Guild was an organization of women supporters of Pacific University that was active from the 1930s-1970s. This collection contains it records, including correspondence, dues records, financial reports, meeting minutes, newsletters and membership lists from throughout the time the club was active.
Edith Hansen McGill was a 1930 graduate of Pacific University who participated in many activities on campus, including the student newspaper, the yearbook and sports. The album contains approximately 300 photographs featuring social activities, sports, trips to the beach and camping.
Malcolm and Catherine McIntosh were a prominent family of Salem, Oregon, who later moved to the Orenco area of Hillsboro. The four photograph albums in this collection contain approximately 200 portrait photographs, most dating from around 1880 to 1900, probably depicting their family and friends.
The collection includes the Boxerettes' original constitution, meeting minutes, activities records and treasury logs. It also includes the gavel used at every meeting, an original letterman sweater, a commendation plaque honoring the group for their service work, and other items.
Student Christian Fellowship of Pacific University was a religious organization, established in 1943. The secretarial book contains organizational minutes from 1943-1948, as well as other plans and notes regarding their activities.
Allied Forces. South West Pacific Area. Allied Translator and Interpreter Section.
0.5 Cubic Feet 1 box
The collection consists of 11 printed research reports prepared by the Allied Translator and Interpreter Section, South West Pacific Area, to assist military leaders. The reports belonged to Colonel Karl F. Baldwin, whose name is written or typed on most of the reports. They are marked with "Confidential" stamps and receipt stamps of the Office of the United States Military Attache in Melbourne, Australia. The reports center on Japanese military psychology, their readiness for battle and their knowledge of the United States military capabilities. Most of the reports list as sources, "Captured Documents" and "Statements by Prisoners of War."
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