Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Susan Aldrich-Markham Photographs, 1971-2003

Birdseye speedwell flowers.

Information and Credits

P 289

The Susan Aldrich-Markham Photographs consist of color slides created and assembled by Aldrich-Markham in her work as a Field Crops Extension Agent with the Oregon State University Extension Service in Crook, Tillamook, and Yamhill Counties. The images were used for weed and native plant identification and illustrate agricultural methods and techniques for weed control, seed crops, and pasture management. Susan Aldrich-Markham served as an Extension Agent from 1984 until her retirement in 2008.

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Quantity

1.4 cubic feet, including 4083 photographs; 2 boxes

Related Papers

The Crop Science Department Records (RG 095), Photographs (P 134), and Videotapes (FV P 134) provide extensive documentation of crop science research, teaching, and extension activities at Oregon State. Additional photographs of Oregon crops are available in the College of Agricultural Science Photographs (P 036); Farm Crop Department Photographs (P 130); and Extension Service Photographs (P 062). The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings include the papers and records of many Extension Service workers and organizations. Among these are the James F. Bishop Papers and the N. John Hansen Scrapbook.

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