Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

John W. Green Papers, 1919-1973

Image documenting the final stages of construction on the Alsea Bay Bridge, designed by Conde McCullough, ca. 1936.

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MSS Green

The John W. Green Papers consist of materials generated and collected by Green during his career as a civil engineer in bridge design, primarily in California. The materials include reports, publications, notebooks, and numerous photographs. The bulk of the collection documents the construction of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge in the 1930s. Green earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Oregon Agricultural College in 1916.

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Quantity

1.5 cubic feet, including 3800 photographs; 3 boxes

Related Papers

Materials pertaining to civil engineering instruction and research at Oregon State are available in the College of Engineering (RG 062) and the Civil Engineering Department (RG 030) Records. Correspondence of Civil Engineering Department chair Gordon Skelton is available in the Facilities Services Records (RG 193). The Archives holdings includes the papers of several engineering alumni and faculty, including Grant A. Covell, Samuel H. Graf, Fred Merryfield, and Edgar Raymond Shepard.

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