Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Harriet Moore Photograph Collection, 1890-1962

Women in front of Waldo Hall during 4-H Summer school, ca. 1936.

Information and Credits

P 150

The Harriet Moore Photograph Collection consists of images assembled by Moore documenting Oregon State students, faculty, and campus scenes. Harriet Moore was Oregon State University's first archivist, a position she held from 1961 to 1966, and an avid local historian.

Biographical Note 

Scope and Content Note


0.1 cubic foot, including 66 photographs; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box


This collection is arranged in one series: I. Photographs, 1890-1962.

Related Papers

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center holds numerous collections depicting Oregon State University students and faculty and the Oregon State campus. The Football Photograph Collection (P 004) includes hundreds of photographs of football players and games. Harriet's Photograph Collection (P HC), named in honor of Harriet Moore, is an extensive collection of photographs documenting the full range of Oregon State University people and activities. Additional information about Harriet Moore is available in the Memorabilia Collection (MC - Moore, Harriet). Several oral history interviews of Harriet Moore were conducted in the 1980s through 1991 and are available in these collections: Oral History Interviews, Personal Histories, and Sound Recordings Collection on Agriculture, Forestry, and Oregon History (OH 05); Horner Museum Oral History Collection (OH 10); Oral Histories of the Oregon State University Microbiology Department (OH 24); and the Royal G. Jackson Papers (MSS JacksonR).

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