Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Maple Manor Cooperative House Records, 1940-1995

Maple Manor scrapbook cover, circa 1940s.

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MSS MapleManor

The Maple Manor Cooperative House Records document the establishment, members, and activities of this men's housing cooperative at Oregon State College and the activities of the members during and following World War II. Maple Manor was established in 1940 and operated until the spring of 1943.

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1.5 cubic feet, including 150 photographs; 4 boxes, including 3 oversize boxes

Related Papers

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings include many collections documenting the extensive role of Oregon State College alumni and alumnae in World War II. Of particular note are the Oregon State College History of World War II Project Records; Oregon State Yank Collection, Alpha Lambda Delta Records, Delta Zeta Sorority Chi Chapter Scrapbook, and the Wesley Ross Memoir of World War II. An oral history interview with Andy Landforce, a member and resident of Maple Manor, regarding wartime activities on campus is available in the Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History collection (OH 26).

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