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Doryce J. McDonald Papers, 1992-1995

Yellow pine tree, ca. 1925. Image annotated: "Typical Central Oregon forest scene. The forests here are remarkably free from underbrush. There are many acres of these pine forests containing billions of feet of excellent lumber."

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The Doryce J. McDonald Papers consist of materials assembled and generated by McDonald in the course of two internship projects with the Horner Museum pertaining to the history of forestry. McDonald completed an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Oregon State University in 1995. The Horner Museum was established at Oregon State in 1925 and was closed to the public in 1995.

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0.9 cubic feet, including 161 photographs and 2 computer disks; 1 box; 176 megabytes

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Extensive documentation of the Horner Museum's collections, exhibits, and educational programs are available in the Horner Museum Records (RG 199) and Photographs (P 159) as well as the Horner Museum Oral History Collection (OH 10). The photographs that Doryce McDonald described for her internship are now part of the College of Forestry Photographs (P 061).

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