Pacific University1.0 cubic foot 1 boxCollection consists of hand-written ledgers from J. B. Matthews Post Number 6, Grand Army of the Republic in Forest Grove, Oregon and one copy of Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Encampment held at Pacific University in 1901.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University0.5 cubic foot 1 boxGeorge Henry Atkinson was an early Oregon missionary and educator who founded Pacific University. He was also involved in the creation of the public school system in Oregon. The collection consists of Atkinson's incoming and outgoing correspondence, along with several of his publications.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University3.5 cubic feet 4 boxes and 1 oversize folderThe Tom McCall Forum was an annual political debate series that Pacific University hosted from 1982-2007. The collection includes video recordings, promotional material and photographs documenting the debates.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University0.25 cubic feet 1 boxMary Frances Farnham was an important member of the Pacific University faculty, who taught English Literature and served as the Dean of Women in the early twentieth century. This collection contains correspondence, papers and letters relating to her death in 1942, and personal receipts.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University0.25 cubic foot 1 boxThe College Association of the Lower Willamette Valley was an organization that brought together faculty members from several small private colleges near Portland, Oregon. The collection includes its constitution and minutes from its meetings.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University0.75 cubic feet 3 boxesThe collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to Mary Drain Albro, founder of the Pioneer Rose Association, and the Old Memorial Rose Dedication at Pacific University.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Pacific University1.0 cubic feet 1 boxThe Lymans were a family of early Oregon settlers who were active in missionary, educational and literary activities. The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence between member of the Lyman family and their friends between the years of 1846 to 1883.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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