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George L. Crookham Papers, 1927-2007

Scope and Content Note

The George L. Crookham Papers consist of class notes and student ephemera from Oregon Agricultural College; transcripts of testimony, speeches, and publications pertaining to water resources in Idaho; publications and documents pertaining to the Crookham Company; newspaper clippings documenting Crookham's business and political activities; several photographs; and materials pertaining to the George L. Crookham Memorial Scholarship at Oregon State University.

Crookham's class notes include a dairying laboratory; a farm crops course on crop efficiency; and a botany course (including plant speciments). The ephemera consists of a pennant, rook caps, and a belt buckle.

The photographs include portraits of Crookham, a 1958 snapshot of Crookham and his wife Bernice underneath the Trysting Tree, and photocopies from an album depicting Crookham's student years at Oregon State.

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