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.
The Ancient Order of United Mustache Growers was a club formed by members of the Alpha Zeta fraternity at Pacific University. This collection includes the order's Constitution, a newspaper clipping and a photograph of its mustachioed members.
Henry H. Spalding was a missionary in the Pacific Northwest who is best known for his work with the Nez Perce from the 1830s-1870s. This record book consists of two parts: the records of the Preble Wigwam of the Order of the Star Spangled Banner, 1855, for which he served as president; and notes from his missionary trip to the Spokane Indians in 1873.
This collection consists of commencement programs and announcements for Pacific University and Tualatin Academy, plus related events such as convocation, freshman exercises and senior honors ceremonies. It includes a nearly complete set of programs from the schools from the 1860s through the 2000s.
Marcus Whitman was a missionary in the Oregon Territory who was killed by Cayuse Indians in 1847. These letters, sent to his friend Alanson Hinman, shed light on conditions at the mission in the weeks before his death.
Gertrude 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.