The Corvallis, Oregon, Photograph Collection consists of images of Corvallis and vicinity that document the city and region in the early and middle 20th century. A variety of formats are represented in the collection, including panoramic prints, nitrate negatives, hand-tinted prints, and large mounted mural-size prints. The photographs were assembled from a variety of sources.
0.25 cubic foot, including 41 prints, 5 nitrate negatives, 5 film negatives, 1 glass negative, and 1 positive transparency, plus 3 mural-size prints; 5 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
This collection is arranged in one series: I. Photographs, 1902-1964.
The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has countless collections within its holdings that include images of Corvallis and Benton County, Oregon. Of special note are Harriet's Collection (P HC) -- especially HC 596 -- and the Corvallis Gazette-Times Photographs (P 066). Other aerial photographs made by Western Ways are part of the John H. Gallagher, Sr., Collection (MSS Gallagher). The Colleges for Oregon's Future Collection (MSS CFOF) documents the activities of this citizen organization to promote the needs of higher education in Oregon.