The J. Llewellyn Spriggs Photograph Album was assembled by Spriggs during his student years at Oregon Agricultural College. The album includes professional photographic prints, photographic postcards, and snapshots. The album primarily reflects Spriggs' social activities with fellow students and participation in track and field. Other athletic teams and contests are also depicted, such as football, basketball, and wrestling. Several images of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity members and the fraternity's house (both exterior and interior) as well as its predecessor organization, the Oxford Club, are included in the album.
Of special note are several snapshots of construction of the homecoming bonfire as well as images of the freshman-sophomore bag rush; military cadet inspection day, including a parade with a tank and other armaments; the 1920 Military Ball; and a student sitting in Ida Kidder's "wicker-mobile". Snapshots of student outings and picnics and snowfall on campus are included. Several images of Spriggs (individual portrait photographs and in group photographs) are part of the album; other students are also identified by name. In addition to photographs, this album contains a few dance cards, event programs, ribbons, and an invitation to the 1920 commencement ceremony.
Greek letter societies--Oregon--Corvallis.
Oregon Agricultural College--Students.
Oregon Agricultural College--Track and field.
Oxford Club (Oregon Agricultural College)
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Oregon Alpha Chapter
Spriggs, James Llewellyn
Track and field athletes--Oregon--Corvallis.