The Waldo Hall Scrapbooks consist of two scrapbooks documenting the residents and activities of this women's dormitory at Oregon State College. The scrapbooks include clippings, dance cards, ephemera, and photographs. Waldo Hall was constructed as a women's dormitory in 1907.
0.35 cubic foot, including 8 photographs; 1 oversize box
The University Housing and Dining Services Records (RG 145) document the residence halls and dormitories and include numerous scrapbooks documenting student life and activities. The Voices of Oregon State University Oral History Collection (OH 09) includes an interview with a 1956 resident of Waldo Hall. The Archives' photograph collections include many images of Waldo Hall, especially in Harriet's Collection and the Buildings Photograph Collection (P 016). The Dean of Women's Office Records (RG 057) document student programs for women at Oregon State. The Archives' holdings include many collections documenting women's organizations, including several pertaining to student housing for women: Azalea House, Coed Cottage, Co-Resident Women, Incorporated (RG 077), and Panhellenic Council (RG 056) Records.