Crane, Gertrude Boyd 1892-1987Pacific University0.25 Cubic Feet 1 boxGertrude Boyd Crane was a professor of religion and philosophy at Pacific University from 1938-1962. This collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence and similar materials pertaining to her career.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Gerrish, James 1799-1865Pacific University0.5 Cubic feet 1 boxJames Gerrish was an Oregon pioneer of 1844, and a Methodist circuit preacher who worked in Oregon and Washington in the 1850s-1860s. His diaries, dated 1854-1863, record his daily life travelling and preaching to communities on the frontier.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Hinman, Margaret Dolly 1871-1961Pacific University0.25 Cubic feet 1 boxThe photograph album contains 40 photographs, nearly all of which are portraits of the relatives and friends of Margaret Dolly Hinman. Together, the photographs provide an excellent photographic record of the Hinman Family of Forest Grove, along with several other notable 19th century families of Washington County. The lone landscape photograph in the album, a carte-de-visite format print of Pacific University, shows its first two buildings: Old College Hall and Academy. Probably dating to the late 1860s or early 1870s, this is among the earliest extant photographs of the campus. Most of the photographs are albumen prints in carte-de-visite format. There are several tintypes, and a few of the images are hand-tinted. They are undated, but were probably taken between the late 1860s and about 1900. There is a handwritten index at the beginning of the book which lists captions for all of the photographs in the album. This index is transcribed in the "Contents of the Collection" section, ... MoreContact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Meresse, Edgar Mr.Pacific University1.0 Folder 1 folderEdgar Meresse was a Pacific University student from 1989-1902. This collection consists of one student workbook from a biology class, with hand-written notes and sketches, belonging to Edgar Meresse.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Choy, TimPacific University1.0 Cubic foot 1 flat boxThe collection is comprised of approximately 70 carved jade objects collected by Dr. Tim Choy, Pacific University Class of 1964. The objects are accompanied by numbered labels with a brief description and provenance information. Most were acquired in Honolulu or China. The dates and place of creation for each piece are not recorded; they may have been created in China, Korea, and/or other locations. Most measure 5 cm. x 5 cm. or less. Objects include: buttons (18), hairpins (4), belt buckles (6), belt hooks (2), belt plaques (2), animal miniatures (6), scholar's desk items (9), personal use items (9), pendants (6), and miscellaneous/unlabelled items (7). Tim Choy donated the collection to Pacific University in honor of Phillip and Leigh Creighton.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Cooper, Erma WelchPacific University0.7 Cubic Feet 1 oversize flat boxCollection consists of one scrapbook with correspondence, greeting cards, post cards, newspaper clippings and photographs. The majority of materials appear to have been sent to Erma Welch Cooper in response to a request for information, perhaps in advance of a class reunion for the Pacific University Class of 1928. Additional items pertain to various faculty members and other alumni of the university.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Johnson, John LawrencePacific University0.25 Cubic Feet 1 boxThe collection consists of the original diary, and three transcript copies, kept by Johnson when he crossed the plains from Missouri to Oregon, April 1 - October 1, 1851. Two pages are missing from the diary - April 5 and 6 - otherwise there are entries for almost every day. The entries through July 17 are written in ink and are fairly extensive. At the rear of the diary are additional, brief entries, written in pencil, extending to October 1 and also a list of expenditures.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Pacific University1.25 Cubic Feet 3 boxesThe collection consists primarily of biographical materials, including images, of Harvey Whitefield Scott and various members of his family. Scott was an 1863 graduate of Pacific University and long-time editor of the Oregonian newspaper (Portland).Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Clapp, Frances B. (Frances Benton)Pacific University0.25 Cubic Feet 1 boxCollection consists of correspondence and notes about Agero Nosei, a 1876 graduate of Pacific University.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
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