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Ina Rihani Photographs, 1977View associated digital content.

The Ina Rihani Photographs consist of snapshots of Monroe, Oregon, taken or assembled by Rihani. Rihani enrolled at Oregon State University in the 1970s; she earned a B.A. in Sociology in 1975 and a M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies in 1982.

Images from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital.

ID: P 160
Extent: 0.01 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: Ina Rihani Photographs (P 160), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The photographs were received by the University Archives in the 1970s or 1980s.
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Container List

Series 1: Photographs, 1977 Add to Shelf
Series I consists primarily of snapshots of Monroe, Oregon. The descriptions in quotation marks are annotations on the phoographs, presumably made by the photographer.
Box-Folder 1.1: Photographic Prints and Negatives Add to Shelf
Item P160:01: Entering Monroe traveling south Add to Shelf
Item P160:02: Old Monroe Flour Mill on 99W Add to Shelf
Item P160:03: View of Monroe from across the Long Tom River, 1977 Add to Shelf
Item P160:04: Abandoned building on Commercial St. Add to Shelf
"Notice water tanks on the hill."
Item P160:05: Water storage for Monroe Add to Shelf
"The large one contains water from the Long Tom River and the small one from a spring."
Item P160:06: View of town from the water tanks Add to Shelf
"Grade School is at the far right."
Item P160:07: Monroe High School Add to Shelf
"200 students"
Item P160:08: New basketball courts at high school Add to Shelf
Item P160:09: Children fishing along the Long Tom River on a rainy Sunday Add to Shelf
Item P160:10: Monroe Clay Products Co. Add to Shelf
Item P160:11: Barber shop Add to Shelf
"Picturesque old barber shop on 99W; one old swivel chair to accommodate you."
Item P160:12: McCallums gun shop on 99W Add to Shelf
"World's largest collection of Winchester rifles."
Item P160:13: Southern Pacific Line comes in and stops at Monroe Add to Shelf
Item P160:14: Railroad track and Ortho fertilizer factory Add to Shelf
Item P160:15: End of the tracks and brick American Legion Hall Add to Shelf
Item P160:16: Monroe Fire Department Add to Shelf
Item P160:17: Monroe Library Add to Shelf
"Open 10 hours a week; located in the Fire Department building."
Item P160:18: Old Wilhelm Mansion Add to Shelf
"Still stands. Wilhelm built and owned the one nationally famous Monroe flour mill."
Item P160:19: New Apartments Add to Shelf
Item P160:20: Christmas Tree Farms Add to Shelf
Item P160:21-P160:22: Housing Add to Shelf
"Poor areas along 99 W."
Item P160:23: Monroe Pioneer Cemetery Add to Shelf
Item P160:24: 99W through Monroe traveling north Add to Shelf
Item P160:25: Monroe's 16-acre City Park near the Long Tom River Add to Shelf
Item P160:26: Southern entrance to Monroe Add to Shelf
"Park is to the right on 99W."
Item P160:27: Cedar Sarmad Rihani, 1977 Add to Shelf
"Cedar 2 days old visiting my hospital room ..."
Box-Folder 1.2: Monroe, Oregon Add to Shelf
These include camera negatives for items P160:01 through P160:26 as well as additional views of Monroe for which prints are not part of this collection.
Extent: 34 126 film color negatives