Helen Rickey attended Pacific University from 1949 to 1951. This collection contains ephemera from Rickey's attendance at Pacific University, including a photograph, correspondence, membership card in Alpha Lambda, certificate of an Activity Award, and related materials.
The United States Navy employed combat photographers throughout the Second World War to document the actions of the military. This collection contains approximately 80 of these black and white glossy photographs from the Pacific front, showing such events as the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the surrender of the Japanese on the USS Missouri.
Harry William Morrison was a trombone player in a military band during the First World War. This collection consists of his diaries, writings, and a photograph album, mostly relating to his service in France and Germany between 1918-1919.
Thomas McClelland was Pacific University's fourth president, serving from 1892-1900. This collection is primarily composed of correspondence that President McClelland received and wrote during his time at Pacific University.
The Congregational Association of Oregon was an organization representing the Congregationalist churches within Oregon and Washington Territory. This collection includes the Association's constitution, by-laws, minutes from 1857-1869, a list of members and associated churches, and a table of all meetings held between 1848-1886.
The Young Women's Christian Association at Pacific University, which was formed in 1892, was made up of female student members who organized religious study and charitable work. This record book includes a constitution, meeting minutes and membership lists covering 1892-1900.
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