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Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin Illustrations, 1925-1941

Spreading sawdust in a field, 1927.

Information and Credits

P 019

The Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin Illustrations consist of photographs and other illustrations reproduced in Station Bulletins published from the mid-1920s to early 1940s. The subjects are representative of the various agricultural research projects conducted in Corvallis and at Branch Stations throughout Oregon.

Historical Note 

Scope and Content Note


1.9 cubic feet, including 1084 photographs; 8 boxes, including 1 oversize box


The collection consists of one series: I. Station Bulletin Illustrations, 1925-1941. The illustrations are arranged by bulletin number (SB) and have not been assigned unique individual numbers. In some cases, they are labeled P019:xxx, where "xxx" represents the bulletin number. In other cases, the items are labeled with the bulletin number (beginning with SB) and the figure number from the publication.

Related Papers

Original paper copies of Station Bulletins 214-398 are available in the Publications Collection (PUB 6-14a). Illustrations published in later Station Bulletins (numbers 413-594, dated 1938-1963) are part of the Extension and Experiment Station Communications Photographic Collection (P 120). Other photographs of Asian pears and their marketing are part of the Agricultural Experiment Station Photographic Collection (P 029). Many other photographs of Agricultural Experiment Station programs are part of the Agricultural Experiment Station (P 029), Extension and Experiment Station Communications (P 120), and Experiment Station Publications (P 132) photographic collections and Harriet's Collection.

Extensive documentation of the Station's agricultural research programs are available in the Agricultural Experiment Station Records (RG 025).

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