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Snook and Traver Ledger, 1917-1918

Kidder Hall, ca 1920s.  Kidder Hall was, at one time, the Oregon State College Library.

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MSS Snook

The Snook and Traver ledger documents the construction costs for the Oregon Agricultural College Library. Snook and Traver was a Corvallis, Oregon, contractor that constructed many buildings on the OAC campus.

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Quantity

0.05 cubic foot; 1 oversize box

Related Papers

An oral history interview with Paul Snook, son of Harmon and Ella Snook, is held in the Oral History Interviews, Personal Histories, and Sound Recordings Collection on Agriculture, Forestry, and Oregon History (OH 05).

Other materials pertaining to the construction of the library are part of the Library Records (RG 9); President's Office Records (RG 13); Board of Regents Records (RG 8); and Business Affairs Records (RG 17).

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