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News and Communication Services Records, 1940-2004View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates: 1952-2000

The News and Communication Services Records document the public relations activities of Oregon State University, especially with the news media. The records consists primarily of biographical files for faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and others affiliated with Oregon State and press releases.

Items from this collection have been digitized and made available in Oregon Digital. In addition, all of the audiocassette tapes described in series 5 have been digitized and are available upon patron request.

ID: RG 203
Extent: 14.7 cubic feet
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Scope and Content Notes
Biographical / Historical Notes
Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
Arrangement
Preferred Citation: News and Communication Services Records (RG 203), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The Records were transferred to the Archives in numerous accessions from 1978 through 2006.
Acquired: Additions to the collection are expected.
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Container List

Series 1: Policy and Historical Correspondence, 1952-1970 Add to Shelf
Series 1 consists of correspondence, minutes, and related documentation pertaining to the organization and administration of public relations at Oregon State as well as materials documenting specific events and activities during the 1950s and 1960s. Of special note are materials pertaining to a proposed reorganization of university relations functions presented to President Jensen and minutes of the University Relations Council, which was established in 1968.
Box-Folder 1.1: University Relations Organization, 1959-1967 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.2: Mapping Your Education, 1967-1969 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.3: Centennial Open House, October 1968 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.4: University Relations Council, 1968-1970 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.5: American Institute of Biological Sciences Meeting in Corvallis, August 1962 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.6: Yaquina Research Vessel, 1964 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.7: Forestry Press Day, January 19, 1962 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.8: Marine Science Lab - Newport, 1964-1965 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.9: Job Center, 1964-1965 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.10: Bartholomew Intern-Scholarship, 1966-1967 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.11: Urban Renewal, 1965 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.12: Ballot Measure No. 3, 1968 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.13: Buick Magazine, 1952 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.14: State High School Track and Field Meet, 1954-1957 Add to Shelf
Series 2: Policies and Procedures, 1942 Add to Shelf
Series 2 consists solely of the News Bureau Office Manual prepared by Barbara Clark in May 1942. The manual outlines general office procedures and provides instructions for clipping, indexing, and filing clippings; description of the Bureau's files; and policies for preparation and distribution of news releases.
Box-Folder 1.15 Add to Shelf
Series 3: Scripts, 1980 Add to Shelf
Series 3 consists of scripts for OSU Foundation public service announcements (PSAs). These may have been prepared by students as class projects.
Box-Folder 1.16 Add to Shelf
Series 4: Biographical Files, 1940-2000 Add to Shelf

Series 4 comprises the bulk of the collection and consists of biographical files created and maintained by News and Communication Services for the purposes of creating news releases and as an information source for other Oregon State offices and departments and outside organizations. More than 2000 faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and others affiliated with Oregon State are represented in the records. The files include completed biographical forms, personal histories, news releases, clippings, vitae and publications lists, awards, obituaries, correspondence, and other materials. For some individuals, documents are available on microfilm and in paper form. The bulk of the files are stored by accession and alphabetically thereunder.

The contents of David Shoemaker's biographical file (5.88) have been digitized and are available upon request.

Reel-Item 1.1: Charles R. Abbey Add to Shelf
Charles R. Abbey was born on June 18, 1931, in Anaheim, CA. He graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in engineering in 1957 and a master’s degree in electrical engineering in 1959. Abbey became an instructor of electrical engineering at Oregon State in 1960. He was also a member of the Institute of Radio Engineers and the American Rocket Society.
Box-Item 2.1: Dallas Abbott Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.2: John R. Abell Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.2: Allen E. Abrahams Add to Shelf
Allen E. Abrahams was born on November 6, 1926 in Ithaca, New York. After serving in the US Naval Reserve from 1944-1946, he received his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering in 1949 from the University of Maryland, his master’s in industrial engineering in 1954 from the Stevens Institute of Technology, and his doctorate in economics in 1960 from New York University. Abrahams began teaching business administration at Oregon State in 1960.
Box-Item 2.3: Darius M. Adams Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.3: Richard Alton Adams Add to Shelf
Richard Alton Adams was born on December 9, 1905 in Kellogg, Idaho. After working for the US Army Engineers and the US Department of Agriculture from 1937-1947, he began working for Oregon State as the Director of Physical Plant in 1947. In 1971, he became the Director of Physical Planning and Construction. Adams served as the President of the National Association of Physical Plant Administrators from 1961-1962. He died in 1972.
Box-Item 9.1: Richard Alton Adams Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.4: Ronald L. Adams Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.70: Thomas F. Adams Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.1: Leonard Adolf Add to Shelf
History
Reel-Item 1.4: Robert E. Adolph Add to Shelf
Robert E. Adolph was born in Fresno, California, on September 11, 1926. After serving in the Naval Air Corps from 1943-1947, he received his bachelor’s degree at California Polytechnic State College (Cal Poly) in 1959, and went on to obtain his master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Oregon. Adolph worked as a counselor for the Oregon Department of Education from 1960-1962 until becoming a faculty member at Oregon State in 1962. He was a member of the Oregon Psychological Association and the Eastern Oregon Alcoholic Foundation.
Reel-Item 1.5: Walter Milo Adrion Add to Shelf
Walter Milo Adrion was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on November 19, 1894. He received his teaching certificate from Michigan State Normal School (Eastern Michigan University) in 1917 and worked as an instructor and assistant coach for local public schools. He returned for his bachelor’s degree in 1929 and later become an assistant professor of physical education. In 1939, he received his master’s from the University of Michigan. Adrion worked for Oregon State from 1939-1967, retiring as a professor of physical education. He died in 1976.
Box-Item 9.2: Walter Milo Adrion Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.5: William Richards Adrion Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.6: Raymond J. Agan Add to Shelf
Raymond J. Agan was born on July 8, 1919, in Knoxville, Iowa. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Iowa State College (Iowa State University), and a doctorate from the University of Missouri. From 1950-1954, he served as an instructor of vocational agriculture at the Nebraska State Teachers College. Agan also worked from 1953-1954 as a graduate assistant at the University of Missouri. He became a faculty member in agricultural education at Oregon State in 1954.
Reel-Item 1.7: James L. Agee Add to Shelf
James L. Agee graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in Sanitary Engineering in 1951, and went on to receive his master’s degree from Harvard in 1955. He worked for the Oregon State Board of Health from 1951-1960 before joining the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration (FWPCA). Agee became the Director of the FWPCA’s Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory at Corvallis in 1967. That year, he received the Department of the Interior’s Citation for Meritorious Service.
Box-Item 2.6: Mary C. Ahearn Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.8: Aaro E. Aho Add to Shelf
Aaro E. Aho was born in Ladysmith, British Columbia, Canada, on June 20, 1925. He earned his bachelor’s degree from University of British Columbia in 1950 and his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley in 1953. Aho also served as a union member of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the British Columbia Association of Professional Engineers, and the American Institute of Mining Engineers. He became a faculty member in geology at Oregon State in 1954.
Reel-Item 1.9: Chester B. Ainsworth Add to Shelf
Chester B. Ainsworth was born on June 18, 1918, in Worland, Wyoming. He was a captain in the Army Air Corps from 1942-1945 in the Pacific Theater of World War II. He received several degrees before ultimately earning his Ed.D. from the University of Missouri in 1956. Ainsworth then went on to become a faculty member of industrial education at Oregon State. He was later appointed to be the Head of the Industrial Education Department, a position from which he resigned in 1964. Ainsworth also served on the American Council on Industrial Arts Teacher Education.
Box-Item 2.7: Paul B. Alaback Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.10: Lawrence Arthur Alban Add to Shelf
Lawrence Arthur Alban was born on January 18, 1922, in Pine, Idaho. He attended Washington State and earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1943. After serving in the US Army from 1944-1946, he returned to Washington State to receive his master’s degree in soils in 1948 and attended Oregon State to receive his doctorate in soils in 1950. At Oregon State, he worked as a research assistant before becoming a faculty member in 1952. He was also involved with the International Society of Soil Science, the Soil Science Society of America, the American Society of Agronomy, and the Western Soil Science Society. Alban was also a collaborator with the US Salinity Laboratory. He died in 1965.
Box-Item 9.3: Lawrence Arthur Alban Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.132: Arthur L. Albert Add to Shelf
Communication Engineering
Box-Item 5.1: Betty J. Owen Albin Add to Shelf
Physical Education
Reel-Item 1.11: Bill Aldridge Add to Shelf
Bill Aldridge graduated from Oregon State in 1959 with his bachelor’s degree in math and in 1963 with his master’s of education in guidance. He then attended the University of Oregon and received his doctorate of education in educational administration. While working on these degrees, he also worked as a teacher and counselor at Gervais Union High School from 1959-1965. Aldridge then became a research assistant for two years at UO before becoming an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska. He joined Oregon State as a faculty member in 1968. The next year, Aldridge became the Associate Director of the Educational Research Center. He was also a member of the American Education Research Association.
Reel-Item 1.12: Aleck Alexander Add to Shelf
Aleck Alexander was born in Boise, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Idaho in 1938. In 1945, he received a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in sanitary engineering. In the late 1940s, he was employed by the US Government as a public health engineering adviser to the Japanese government. After working as a public health engineer and in water pollution control, Alexander joined the staff of Corvallis’s US Public Health Service at the Pacific Northwest Laboratory in 1964.
Reel-Item 1.13: Herbert B. Alexander Add to Shelf
Herbert B. Alexander was born on December 25, 1900, in San Jose, California. He attended Stanford from 1920-1923, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Alexander then went on to the University of Southern California to obtain a doctorate in 1933. In 1967, Alexander joined Oregon State as a faculty member in sociology.
Reel-Item 1.14: Robert M. Alexander Add to Shelf
Robert M. Alexander was born on July 26, 1920. He received his bachelor’s degree in agriculture in 1942 from Oregon State. In 1946, he became assistant to the director of the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station in Corvallis, and in 1948 he became an agricultural economist for the US Department of Agriculture. Alexander then received his master’s degree from Harvard in 1950 and returned to the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station as assistant director. He worked as a fellow for the Center for Air Pollution Control at Harvard from 1967-1968 and then continued working as an assistant director for the OAES and became the director of the Air Resources Center. Alexander was also a member of the Oregon Legislative Task Force on Pollution. He died in 1976.
Box-Item 9.4: Robert M. Alexander Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.15: Harry T. Allan Add to Shelf
Harry T. Allan was born on August 12, 1928, in Saugus, Massachusetts. After serving in the US Army as a paratrooper from 1946-1947, he received his bachelor’s of the arts from Washington and Jefferson College in 1951 and his bachelor’s of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1953. Allan worked as an engineer through the 1950s. He then received his Juris doctorate degree from the University of Chicago in 1956, and joined Oregon State as a faculty member in the same year.
Box-Item 9.5: Harry T. Allan Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.16: Paul Howard Allen Add to Shelf
Paul Howard Allen was born on January 17, 1919, in Iowa. He attended Reed College, then went on to Washington State College. Allen graduated from Washington State in 1952 as a doctor of veterinary medicine. He became a research assistant at Oregon State in 1953.
Box-Item 2.8: Robert G. Allen Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.17: Gerald Joseph Allison Add to Shelf
Gerald Joseph Allison was born on May 9, 1917, in Cope, Colorado. He served as chief yeoman at Oregon State beginning in 1953.
Box-Item 2.9: Gerald L. Allison Add to Shelf
Scientific Instrument Technician, Chemistry Department
Box-Item 4.71: Ira S. Allison Add to Shelf
Geology
Reel-Item 1.18: Jack G. Allison Add to Shelf
Jack G. Allison was born on November 21, 1924, in Coburg, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1949. Allison served as a captain in the US Air Force. In 1953, he returned to Oregon State as an associate professor in air science in tactics. He was awarded the US Air Force Commendation Medal in 1969 for service in Vietnam.
Reel-Item 1.19: Robert J. Allison Add to Shelf
Robert J. Allison was born on May 24, 1934, in Denver, Colorado. He studied at the University of Colorado, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1958, a master’s degree in 1961, and a doctorate in 1966. In 1966, he became an assistant professor of economics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.72: Delmar Isaac Allman Add to Shelf
Physical Education
Reel-Item 1.20: Edward C. Allworth Add to Shelf
Edward C. Allworth was born on July 6, 1895, in Battle Ground, Washington. He attended Oregon State and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1916. While at Oregon State, he made a name as a student athlete, becoming the fullback on the football team and the captain of the wrestling team. In 1917, he became a commissioned second lieutenant in the regular army, and was promoted to major in 1919. Allworth left the armed services in 1922, having been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor and a Purple Heart, as well as several foreign decorations including the French Croix de Guerre and the Italian War Cross. He returned to Oregon State in 1925 and became the manager of the Memorial Union and launched the MU fundraising program. In 1929, Oregon State awarded Allworth an honorary doctor of laws degree. He died in 1966.
Box-Item 9.6: Edward C. Allworth Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.2: Margeret M. Allyn Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.21: Mario Z. Alvarez Add to Shelf
Mario Z. Alvarez received a bachelor’s degree from Mount Angel College in 1973. He went on to do graduate work at Oregon State, where he also worked as a communication specialist in broadcasting for the Oregon State University Extension Service.
Reel-Item 1.22: Clark R. Amen Add to Shelf
Clark R. Amen was born on August 17, 1919, in Walla Walla, Washington. Amen was employed by the USDA through the late 1930s-1940s as a field aide in entomology. He then studied entomology at Oregon State, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1951 and a master’s degree in 1952. Amen continued working at Oregon State as a research assistant at the Agricultural Experiment Station until 1955.
Reel-Item 1.23: Donald Ford Amend Add to Shelf
Donald Ford Amend was born in Portland, Oregon, on January 8, 1939. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1960 at Oregon State. He worked as an aquatic biologist for the Oregon Fish Commission from 1961 to 1963 before becoming an instructor and assistant in food science.
Box-Item 2.10: Carl L. Anderson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.24: Clinton P. Anderson Add to Shelf
Clinton P. Anderson was born on October 23, 1895, in Centerville, South Dakota. He attended Dakota Wesleyan University and University of Michigan between 1913 and 1916, but did not receive a degree. He began working in news at the Albuquerque Journal in New Mexico, and then became a manager in a loan and mortgage company. Anderson began his own insurance business in 1925. He began his political career as the treasurer of New Mexico in 1933, holding several positions before being elected to the US House of Representatives in 1940. Anderson then became the US Secretary of Agriculture from 1945-1948. He later served as a senator until 1973. Anderson died in 1975.
Box-Item 9.7: Clinton P. Anderson Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.133: Donald Eugene Anderson Add to Shelf
Extension Dairy Specialist
Box-Item 2.11: Elsa M. Anderson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.25: Glenn A. Anderson Add to Shelf
Glenn A. Anderson was born on November 30, 1924, in Mount Vernon, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1953 and a master’s degree in 1958 from Washington State. Anderson worked as a graduate assistant and instructor at Oregon State beginning in 1960. Anderson graduated with a doctorate in zoology from Oregon State in 1964. He died in 2012.
Box-Item 5.100: Gordon W. Anderson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.26: Lydia L. Anderson Add to Shelf
Lydia L. Anderson was born in Boone, Iowa. She received her bachelor’s degree from Augustana College in 1923 and her master’s degree from the University of Washington in 1928. After pursuing postgraduate studies at Reed College and the University of Southern California, Anderson taught creative writing in Portland Public schools for nearly forty years. She then became an assistant professor of English education at the Oregon College of Education before joining the faculty at Oregon State in 1967. Anderson also was a member of the Oregon Council of Teachers of English, serving as the first secretary-treasurer from 1954-55 and as president from 1959-60.
Box-Item 9.8: Lydia L. Anderson Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.134: Roberta Frasier Anderson Add to Shelf
Home Economics Extension Family Life Specialist
Reel-Item 1.27: Roger A. Anderson Add to Shelf
Roger A. Anderson was born in Stromsburg, Nebraska, on June 1, 1923. He studied mechanical engineering at California Institute of Technology, graduating with a bachelor’s in 1948, a master’s in 1950, and a doctorate in 1953. He worked as an assistant professor at Oregon State from 1954 to 1955, and returned as an associate professor in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.28: Susan Janice Anderson Add to Shelf
Susan Janice Anderson was born on December 27, 1946, in Los Angeles, California. She received a bachelor’s degree in French at UC Berkeley in 1968 and a master's degree in comparative literature from the University of Washington in 1971. Anderson also studied Russian language, receiving NDFL Title VI Grants in Russian in 1969 and 1970. She worked as an instructor and theater director at Oregon State beginning in 1973. Anderson taught several classes in the University Honors program at Oregon State, including Women in Russian Literature and Science Fiction and Human Potential.
Box-Item 2.12: Thyrza I. Anderson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.13: William H. Anderson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.3: Duane R. Andrews Add to Shelf
Continuing Education
Box-Item 4.73: M. Virginia Andrick Add to Shelf
Architecture/Landscape Architecture
Box-Item 2.14: Dee G. Andros Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.15: Jeanne D. Apple Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.4: Spencer B. Apple, Jr. Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Reel-Item 1.29: Lindsay M. Applegate Add to Shelf
Lindsay M. Applegate was born on October 26, 1899, in Dayton, Washington. He received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Washington in 1921 and worked there as an instructor in engineering from 1928-1929. He received his master’s in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 1933. Between 1937-1938, he worked as a physics research associate at Stanford University, where he originated the Applegate Diagram. Applegate also spent twenty years with the US Army on assorted assignments, primarily in engineering, between the 1930s-50s. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.9: Lindsay M. Applegate Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.30: Herbert R. Archibald Add to Shelf
Herbert R. Archibald was born on July 14, 1907, in Havre, Montana. He attended Montana State College. Archibald joined the Signal Corps in 1941. He served as Lieutenant Colonel in the Signal Corps at Oregon State beginning in 1952 and was promoted to Colonel in 1954.
Box-Item 2.16: B.H. Arnold Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.17: Louise M. Arthur Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.31: Joseph Mason Artman Add to Shelf
Joseph Mason Artman was born in New Augusta, Indiana, on November 14, 1879. He received a bachelor of the arts degree at the University of Indiana in 1905 and a bachelor of divinity degree at the University of Chicago in 1908. He worked as the editor of “Character in Everyday Life” in Chicago. Artman spoke at Oregon State’s 1938 commencement ceremony.
Box-Item 2.18: Richard Astro Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.19: George H. Atherton Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.20: Victor Atiyeh Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.32: Alfred Atkinson Add to Shelf
Alfred Atkinson graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State College in 1904, a master’s degree from Cornell University in 1912, and a doctorate from Iowa State in 1920. During World War I, he served as Federal Food Administrator for Montana, and in 1921, was head of the American Relief Administration in Montana. He worked as president of Montana State beginning in 1919. Atkinson also served as vice-president of the American Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities.
Box-Item 4.135: Pat Herman Atteberry Add to Shelf
Industrial Education. Deceased October, 1993
Reel-Item 1.33: W.M. Atwood Add to Shelf
Winfred McKenzie Atwood was born in Aurelia, Iowa, on July 25, 1883. He received a bachelor’s degree at Cornell College. After a period of homesteading and teaching science, he returned to Cornell College to receive his master’s degree in 1910. Atwood then attended Chicago University to obtain his master’s degree in botany and a doctorate in 1913. In the same year, he became a faculty member at Oregon State in biology and botany. Beginning at the plant experiment station and later as a chairman of a college faculty committee on student loan funds. He was nominated for the Centennial Award in 1968.
Box-Item 9.10: W.M. Atwood Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.21: Dean Edward Aulerich Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.22: Joseph Avezzano Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.23: Jerry Babbitt Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.34: William E. Babcock Add to Shelf
William E. Babcock was born on October 15, 1922, in Buhl, Idaho. He received his bachelor’s degree and his doctorate of veterinary medicine from Washington State and his master’s degree from Oregon State. Babcock worked as a research assistant at Oregon State from 1945-46 before joining the armed forces as a captain in the veterinary corps in 1946. In 1949, he returned to Oregon State to continue his work as a research assistant. Babcock became an assistant veterinarian in 1951 and an associate veterinarian in 1955. He was also involved with the Agricultural Experiment Station in Corvallis, as well as was a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Box-Item 9.11: William E. Babcock Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.35: William B. Back Add to Shelf
William B. Back was born on January 24, 1920, in Eubank, Kentucky. He received his bachelor’s in agriculture in 1941 from Berea College. After serving in the US Navy for four years, he earned his master’s in agricultural economics from the University of Kentucky in 1947. He worked as an assistant professor in farm management there for two years, and then became a teaching and research fellow at Iowa State College (Iowa State University), where he also received his doctorate in agricultural economics. Back joined the faculty at Oregon State in 1952, where he also served as the assistant agricultural economist.
Box-Item 9.12: William B. Back Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.24: Arthur Badenhop Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.25: Suzanne Badenhop Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.101: Derek J. Baisted Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.36: Barbara Jane Baker Add to Shelf
Barbara Jane Baker was born in Bakersfield, California, on February 26, 1942. She received an associate’s degree from Palomar College in 1962, a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1964, and a master’s degree from Southern Illinois University in 1965. Baker became an instructor in speech at Oregon State in 1965.
Reel-Item 1.37: Doug Baker Add to Shelf
Doug Baker was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He studied anthropology at the University of Washington. He had a long career of journalism, ultimately authoring the column “Baker’s Dozen” in the Oregon Journal beginning in 1961. Baker was also a radio commentator and host of several television programs in Oregon. He was awarded the Certificate of Distinguished Achievement in 1963 by the Portland Lodge of Anti-Defamation League for columns and broadcasts dealing with racial discrimination in Portland clubs.
Reel-Item 1.38: Forrest S. Baker, Jr. Add to Shelf
Forrest S. Baker, Jr. was born in La Crosse, Washington, on June 30, 1929. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1947 and with a doctorate from Oregon State in 1967. He worked as the coordinator of the Transportation Research Institute at Oregon State beginning in 1960.
Box-Item 4.74: Katherine Haskell Read Baker Add to Shelf
Household Administration
Box-Item 4.136: Kenneth F. Baker Add to Shelf
Botany & Plant Pathology
Box-Item 2.26: Robert W. Baker Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.27: Terry Baker Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.102: Warren S. Baker Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.39: William Jennings Baker Add to Shelf
William Jennings Baker was born on December 25, 1900, in Missoula County, Montana. He studied at Oregon State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in forestry in 1927 and a master’s degree in 1928. Baker also had several years of experience working for Oregon sawmills, including the Pacific Spruce Corporation. He became associate professor and head of the Department of Lumber Manufacturing in the School of Forestry in 1930. In 1932, he was promoted to associate professor and head of the Department of Wood Products. Baker remained in this position until 1935, when he moved on from Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.28: Margaret J. Bakke Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.75: Florence S. Bakkum Add to Shelf
Mathematics
Reel-Item 1.40: Glenn A. Bakkum Add to Shelf
Glenn A. Bakkum was born in Waukon, Iowa, on June 7, 1891. He attended the State College of Iowa (University of Northern Iowa). He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1935 and served as head of the sociology department until 1956, when he stepped down to teach full-time. He was recognized at Oregon State as an “outstanding teacher”, as well as was recognized by his alma mater with the Alumni Achievement Award. Bakkum also served as the president of the Oregon Council of the American Association of University Professors and as the vice president of the Pacific Sociological Society. In addition, he received Fulbright grants to teach overseas in Egypt in 1951 and Pakistan in 1961. Bakkum died in 1972.
Box-Item 4.76: Glenn A. Bakkum Add to Shelf
Box-Item 9.13: Glenn A. Bakkum Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.41: Robert Balch Add to Shelf
Robert Balch was born on October 5, 1936, in Portland, Oregon. He received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1957 at Oregon State, and continued to study and work as a graduate assistant at Oregon State from 1957-1958. Balch also completed work as a research engineer with the United Aircraft Corporation.
Box-Item 9.14: Robert Balch Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.42: Thomas E. Balke Add to Shelf
Thomas E. Balke was born on December 9, 1942, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He studied business administration, receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tulsa in 1965 and a master’s degree from the University of Denver in 1966. Balke became a faculty member in business administration at Oregon State in 1966.
Box-Item 2.29: Mark Ballan Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.43: Frank Llewellyn (F.L.) Ballard Add to Shelf
Frank Llewellyn Ballard was born in Meredith, New Hampshire, on May 8, 1891. He attended Oregon State and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1916, having completed major requirements in agronomy and agricultural economics. During his undergraduate years, he also worked as a laboratory assistant in agricultural chemistry and later, as the editor of Oregon State’s student newspaper, the Barometer. After graduating, he worked on the extension staff of the University of New Hampshire before becoming a marketing field agent at Oregon State. In 1918, Ballard was appointed assistant county agent leader, and in 1923, was promoted to the state county agent leader, where he supervised all county extension work. Beginning in the same year, he worked as a professor of extension methods at Oregon State. In 1936, he became vice-director of the Oregon State field extension service. Ballard was involved with several state organizations that directed the federal farm programs in Oregon.
Box-Item 9.15: Frank Llewellyn (F.L.) Ballard Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.30: Frank Llewellyn (F.L.) Ballard Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.44: Hoyt B. Ballard Add to Shelf
Hoyt B. Ballard was born on November 12, 1935, in Bremond, Texas. He studied at the University of Houston from 1953-1959, receiving a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree. He went on to the University of Texas to receive a doctorate in 1962. Ballard became a faculty member in political science at Oregon State in 1965.
Reel-Item 1.45: Bobby L. Balliot Add to Shelf
Bobby L. Balliot was born on February 19, 1931, in Douglas, Arizona. He received a bachelor’s degree in English from Washington State College in 1957 and a master’s degree in library science from the University of Michigan in 1959. Balliot became an assistant circulation librarian and instructor at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 2.31: David A. Barber Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.103: James F. Barbour Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.46: William J. Barclay Add to Shelf
William J. Barclay was born on November 18, 1912, in Corvallis, Oregon. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State in 1939 and a master’s in electrical engineering in 1941 from Stanford University. Between 1939 and 1948, Barclay worked at Stanford University in various positions, beginning as a research assistant before becoming an assistant professor of electrical engineering in 1947. He became an Oregon State faculty member in 1949.
Box-Item 9.16: William J. Barclay Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.47: Clarice M. Barker Add to Shelf
Clarice M. Barker was born on October 9, 1902, in Plainfield, Indiana. She received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1935, then went to Columbia University to receive another bachelor’s degree in library science in 1937. Barker worked at various university libraries until 1947, when she began work for the Joint Library of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Then, from 1947-1953, she worked for the US Navy in the Hydrographic Office in the Division of Oceanography. In 1953, Barker was brought on as an assistant order librarian at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.48: Charles A. Barnes Add to Shelf
Charles A. Barnes was born on March 6, 1917, in Managua, Nicaragua. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1941 and a doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1949. Barnes was brought on as a faculty member in psychology at Oregon State in 1955.
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George H. Barnes was born in Rossland, British Columbia, Canada, on February 25, 1901. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1924 and a master’s degree from the University of California in 1929. He came to Oregon State in 1943 as the associate director of the Forestry Experiment Station and professor of forest management. Barnes completed a doctorate in forestry from Duke University in 1946 but continued his service at Oregon State. He retired in 1966.
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William C. Barnes was born on December 12, 1939, in Chicago, Illinois. He attended the Colorado School of Mines and earned his bachelor’s degree in geological engineering in 1956. He then earned his master’s from University of Wyoming in 1958 and his doctorate from Princeton in 1963. Barnes worked as a research assistant at Princeton from 1962-63 before joining the geology faculty at Oregon State.
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Box-Item 2.32: Cecil B. Barnett Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.51: Howard Glen Barnett Add to Shelf
Howard Glen Barnett was born on January 20, 1908, in Iantha, Missouri. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1931 and master’s degree in 1934 from Oregon State in electrical engineering. From 1936-40, Barnett attended the University of Pittsburgh in the Pittsburgh-Westinghouse Program. He remained there as a lecturer while also working for the Westinghouse Electric Corporation as a distribution engineer. He became a professor at Oregon State in 1954.
Box-Item 9.18: Howard Glen Barnett Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
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Extension
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Reel-Item 1.52: James Barratt Add to Shelf

James G. “Jim” Barratt graduated from Oregon State in 1950 with degrees in business and technology, and a minor in journalism. While an undergraduate student, he served as the editor of The Daily Barometer, Oregon State’s student newspaper. Barratt became the assistant director and editor of the Oregon Stater for OSU’s Alumni Association in 1950, and in 1952, the ticket and business manager for Oregon State athletics. He was appointed athletic director in 1965, a position he held for ten years. He also served as the executive director of the Far West Classic basketball tournament for two decades. For his service to Oregon State, Barratt received the Poling Award and was inducted into the Athletic Directors Hall of Fame in 1985. He was inducted into the National Association of Collegiate Directors of America Hall of Fame in 1991.

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Box-Item 9.19: James Barratt Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.53: Howard P. Barss Add to Shelf
Howard P. Barss was born on April 20, 1885, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He became head of the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology at Oregon State in 1915. Barss stayed in this position until 1934, when he began service as administrator of federal grant funded research at state experiment stations. At this time he also worked as a specialist in botany and plant pathology. Before his retirement in 1950, Barss served as secretary, vice president, and president of the American Phytopathological Society. After retiring, he served as the president of the Portland chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons. Barss died in 1973.
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Sports Medicine
Box-Item 9.20: Howard P. Barss Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.33: Alfred Frank Bartsch Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.54: Mary Iola Bash Add to Shelf
Mary Iola Bash was born on June 7, 1891, in Port Townsend, Washington. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1914, and went on to attend Iowa State Teachers’ College (University of Northern Iowa), Columbia University, and the University of Chicago. Bash became the assistant dean of women at Oregon State in 1946, and was promoted to the acting dean of women in 1948. She was also affiliated with the National Association of Deans of Women. Bash died in 1953.
Box-Item 9.21: Mary Iola Bash Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.34: Earl M. Bates Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.35: Jo Ann Baughman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.55: Robert C. Baum Add to Shelf
Robert Baum was born in La Grande, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State in 1949 with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics before he began working for the State Soil Conservation Committee (SCC) in 1952. He was recognized for outstanding service in soil conservation work as an administrative officer in 1962 with a $500 national award from the SCC.
Reel-Item 1.56: Herbert Baumel Add to Shelf
Herbert Baumel was born on September 30, 1919. After graduating from the Curtis Institute of Music in 1942, he became an internationally-known musician, serving as concert-master for organizations such as the New York City Opera orchestra and the “Fiddler on the Roof” orchestra in New York City. Baumel also worked as a solo violinist for orchestras such as the Italian National Radio orchestra of Rome and the original Broadway run of “Fiorello!”. Baumel was appointed professor of music at Oregon State in 1965, where he conducted the university orchestra and led a faculty string quartet. He died in 2010.
Box-Item 9.22: Herbert Baumel Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.57: Rachael Bail Baumel Add to Shelf
Rachael Bail Baumel was a well-known journalist, playwright, and producer. Her work took her abroad, where she become known for writing "Lend Me Your Ears" in the Rome Daily American. She also wrote Alec Templeton's Music Boxes, as well as continued her work in journalism as a member of the National Press Club and the Overseas Press Club. After working as a reporter and editor for several organizations, she moved to Washington, DC, in 1975, where she worked as a writer, Supreme Court correspondant, and editor at Voice of America. As a playwright, Bail founded the McLean Drama Company. She accompanied her husband Herbert Baumel to Corvallis during his time as a professor. She died in 2017.
Box-Item 9.23: Rachael Bail Baumel Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.36: Donald Baumgartner Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.58: Albert Bauer Add to Shelf
Albert Bauer was born on March 18, 1900, in Portland, Oregon. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Oregon State in 1922. After graduation, Bauer stayed involved with the university, serving on the Alumni Association Board of Directors, on the Oregon State College Foundation, and the Oregon State Board of Trustees. Bauer was involved in the construction of the Bull Run Dam and Bull Run Reservoir from 1927-1929. In 1941, he became the general manager of the Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation Yard, and after the war, ran Kaiser Company operations. Bauer died in 1993.
Reel-Item 1.59: Bruce R. Baxter Add to Shelf
Bruce R. Baxter was born on August 18, 1892, in Seneca County, Ohio. He received many academic accreditations, including bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Oberlin College, a bachelor’s of sacred theology from Boston University, a doctorate of divinity from the College of the Pacific, and a doctorate of laws from Chapman College and Whitman College. He was also awarded an honorary doctorate of humane letters from the College of the Pacific in Stockholm, California. Baxter served as the president of Willamette University from 1934-1941 before being elected bishop of the Methodist Church. Baxter also served as the president of the Oregon Association of Independent Colleges.
Box-Item 9.24: Bruce R. Baxter Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.60: Rex W. Beach Add to Shelf
Rex W. Beach was born on February 4, 1914, in Culbertson, Nebraska. He graduated from Wyoming University with a bachelor’s degree in 1940. Beach joined the Air Force the same year. He earned a Distinguished Flying Cross for his service. Beach became a professor of air science and tactics at Oregon State in 1950.
Reel-Item 1.61: Ernest L. Beals Add to Shelf
Ernest L. Beals studied pharmacy at Oregon State, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1928 and a master’s degree in 1936. He went on to Purdue University to receive his doctorate in 1939. He was appointed assistant professor of pharmacy at Oregon State after working at the University of Idaho for a large part of the 1930s.
Box-Item 9.25: Ernest L. Beals Add to Shelf
Pharmacy; original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.138: Lester Beals Add to Shelf
Education and Liberal Arts Education
Reel-Item 1.62: Oliver Kenneth Beals Add to Shelf
Oliver Kenneth Beals was born on August 27, 1896, in Alcester, South Dakota. He graduated from Oregon State in 1923 with a bachelor’s degree in dairy husbandry. After farming for three years and working as a teacher for eight years, Beals was appointed as assistant county agent at large for the Oregon State Agricultural Experiment Station Extension Service in 1935.
Reel-Item 1.63: George Beardsley Add to Shelf
George Beardsley was born on February 1, 1938, in Annapolis, Maryland. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics in 1959, a master’s degree in oceanography in 1960, and a doctorate in oceanography in 1966 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Later that year, he became a faculty member in physical oceanography at Oregon State. In 1968, Beardsley helped organize the scientific research cruise of the Oregon State vessel Yaquina to the Galapagos Islands. He died in 1971.
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Reel-Item 1.64: Edward Benjamin Beaty Add to Shelf
Edward Benjamin Beaty was born in Walkerton, Indiana, on December 5, 1876. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1903. He became an Oregon State faculty member in mathematics in 1908. After receiving a master’s degree from the University of California in 1916, Beaty continued to serve at Oregon State until his retirement in 1947. He died in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.65: James Ralph Beck Add to Shelf
James Ralph Beck was born on August 23, 1896, in Kalispel, Montana. He graduated from Oregon State in 1919 with a bachelor’s degree. In 1922, he joined the Oregon State Extension Service staff. Beck was promoted to assistant director of the program in 1947. In 1953, he was selected to attend a year-long technical aid mission to Kasetsart University in Thailand. Beck died in 1960.
Box-Item 5.105: Manning H. Becker Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.66: Robert W. Beckley Add to Shelf
Robert W. Beckley was born on January 12, 2023, in Paynesville, Minnesota. He received his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota in 1948. Beckley worked as a registered engineer until becoming an instructor in mechanical engineering at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.26: Robert W. Beckley Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.67: Herman F. Beckman Add to Shelf
Herman F. Beckman was born on November 18, 1925, in Fort Worth, Texas. After serving in the Naval ROTC and beginning training at Arlington State College, Beckman enrolled at Texas Christian University. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry there in 1948. He then went on to Texas A&M University, where he received a master’s degree in biochemistry and nutrition in 1953 and a doctorate in chemistry in 1959. In 1961, Beckman went on to become a professor of agricultural toxicology at the University of California in Davis. In 1968, he began a year as a visiting professor to Oregon State, where he would perform research sponsored by the Oregon State Environmental Health Sciences Center. However, Beckman died at the onset of this sabbatical year.
Box-Item 5.6: Roy C. Beckwith Add to Shelf
Entomology
Reel-Item 1.68: Ruth Beckwith Add to Shelf
Ruth Beckwith was born in Glendive, Montana. She received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana, where she also worked as an assistant professor, and her master’s degree at Cornell University, where she was also a graduate assistant and research associate. Beckwith became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1972 in the department of home management.
Box-Item 9.27: Ruth Beckwith Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.69: Gordon W. Beecroft Add to Shelf
Gordon W. Beecroft was born on October 16, 1921, in Salem, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1952 and a civil engineering degree in 1960 from Oregon State. Beecroft began his service for Oregon State as a faculty member in civil engineering in 1958. In 1970, he was appointed to the National Highway Research Board as a consultant on pavements and structural overlays for highways.
Reel-Item 1.70: Donald Allen Beegle Add to Shelf
Donald Allen Beegle was born on May 24, 1926, in Rainier, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education, and a master’s degree in health education from the University of Oregon. He then attended the University of California School of Public Health and received a master’s of public health in public health education. He joined Oregon State faculty in 1959 in hygiene and health education.
Box-Item 9.28: Donald Allen Beegle Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.71: Charles E. Behlke Add to Shelf
Charles E. Behlke was born on January 12, 1926, in Butte, Montana. He received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and his master’s degree in hydraulic engineering from Washington State, moving on to Stanford University to earn his doctorate in civil engineering in 1957. Behlke became a faculty member in civil engineering at Oregon State in 1956, where he later served as the dean of the School of Engineering. He recieved the Carter Award for teaching. Behlke died in 2000.
Box-Item 9.29: Charles E. Behlke Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.139: Frank M. Beer Add to Shelf
Biology
Reel-Item 1.72: James M. Bell Add to Shelf
James M. Bell was born on December 13, 1932, in Denver, Colorado. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Colorado A&M in 1954 and a master’s degree in civil engineering from the California Institute of Technology in 1955. Bell became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1958. While on the Oregon State staff, he was awarded the Ford Fellowship to earn a doctorate in soil mechanics at the California Institute of Technology.
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Forest Management
Reel-Item 1.73: J.R.N. Bell Add to Shelf
J. R. N. Bell received several degrees in his academic career, culminating in a doctorate of divinity from Philomath College (a Christian college that operated in Philomath, OR, from 1867-1929). Bell joined Oregon State faculty in 1880, teaching English literature and physics, and later served as the regent of Oregon State from 1874-1885.
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Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.74: Elma Marshall (Mrs. R.E.) Bemis Add to Shelf
Elma (née Marshall) Bemis was born on December 29, 1896, in Mankato, Minnesota. She received a bachelor’s degree from Phillips University in 1917 and a master’s degree from Colorado State of Education in 1942. She also received a bachelor’s degree from the Denver University Library School in 1944. Bemis worked in the circulation department at the Oregon State library from 1944 to 1961. She died in 1973.
Reel-Item 1.75: Arnold E. Bench Add to Shelf
Arnold E. Bench was born on April 13, 1925, in Fordland, Missouri. He attended the University of Missouri, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1949 and a master’s degree in 1950. Bench was a career US Marine officer and began teaching naval science at Oregon State in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.76: Helen Marie Bennett Add to Shelf
Helen Marie Bennett was born on September 17, 1872, in Washington, Iowa. She graduated from Wellesley College and went on to work as a journalist for the Chicago-Record Herald. Bennett is known for managing the Chicago Collegiate Bureau of Operations, which advised postgraduate educated women, as well as for organizing four of the Women's World Fairs. She spoke at an Oregon State Women’s Department banquet in 1927. Bennett died in 1962.
Box-Item 9.31: Helen Marie Bennett Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.77: Noel I. Bennion Add to Shelf
Poultry
Box-Item 2.38: Fred Benoff Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.39: Eva Benson Thomas A. Doerge Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.77: Frederick Berchtold Add to Shelf
Frederick Berchtold was born in Bern, Switzerland, on July 21, 1857. He received a bachelor’s degree from the State Normal College at Berne. In 1879, he came to the United States, where he attended the University of Chicago and received a master’s degree. In 1884, Berchtold came to Oregon State as a faculty member in language, history, and English literature. In 1900, he was promoted to head of the English department, a position he held until 1932. Berchtold died in 1947.
Box-Item 2.40: Alan B. Berg Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.78: Joseph W. Berg, Jr. Add to Shelf
Joseph W. Berg, Jr. was born in Essington, Pennsylvania, on October 6, 1920. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia in 1948. He then went on to Pennsylvania State University, receiving a master’s degree in 1952 and a doctorate in 1954. After working as a geophysicist for the US Geological Survey and for the Institute of Defense Analyses, he became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1961.
Box-Item 9.32: Joseph W. Berg, Jr. Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.41: Jim Bergeron Add to Shelf
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Health & Physical Education
Box-Item 4.140: Norborne Berkeley Add to Shelf
History
Reel-Item 1.79: Henry Joseph Berkowitz Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.80: Paul Carson Berger Add to Shelf
Paul Carson Berger was born on April 11, 1926, in Corvallis, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, graduating in 1949 with a bachelor’s degree in poultry husbandry and in 1951 with a master’s degree in dairy production. Berger became a faculty member in animal science at Oregon State in 1955.
Box-Item 2.42: David Raymond Bernard Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.81: Carl M. Berntsen Add to Shelf
Carl M. Berntsen was born on November 18, 1920, in Brooklyn, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree in forestry from the University of Idaho in 1950. After working for the US Forest Service, he attended Oregon State, graduating in 1958 with a master’s degree in forestry. Berntsen became a research forester at Oregon State after graduating in 1958.
Box-Item 4.141: Paul Bernier Add to Shelf
Poultry Genetics
Box-Item 2.43: Joseph Howard Berry Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.82: Opal E. Berry Add to Shelf
Opal E. Berry was born on June 12, 1920, in Bismark, North Dakota. She graduated from San Jose State with a bachelor’s degree in 1947 and a master’s in education from Oregon State in 1953. Berry worked at Oregon State as the head counselor in the school of education and assistant professor of elementary education beginning in 1957.
Box-Item 2.44: Ralph Stephen Besse Add to Shelf
Agricultural Experiment Station; deceased 1979.
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Extension
Reel-Item 1.83: Virgil Marion Bett Add to Shelf
Virgil Marion Bett was born in Tina, Missouri, on May 20, 1913. He graduated from Drake University with a bachelor’s degree in 1943 and from University of Wisconsin with a master’s degree in 1947. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1947 in economics. Bett served as advisor to the lower division council at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.79: John Beuter Add to Shelf
Forest Management
Reel-Item 1.84: John Andrew Bexell Add to Shelf
John Andrew Bexell was born in Sweden on June 8, 1867. He came to the United States at 14 years old with his family. Bexell attended Augustana College in Illinois, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1895 and a master’s degree in 1902. He worked as an instructor at Augustana College, and later, director of the School of Commerce at Utah State. In 1908, Bexell became the dean of the School of Commerce at Oregon State. The university gave him an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 1932, the year of his retirement. Bexell died in 1938.
Reel-Item 1.85: Eugene Thomas Beynon Add to Shelf
Eugene Thomas Beynon was born on July 13, 1938, in Corpus Christi, Texas. He studied chemical engineering at the University of Texas, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1961, a master’s degree in 1962, and a doctorate in 1965. Beynon became a faculty member in chemical engineering at Oregon State in 1965. He was also a National Science Foundation Fellow.
Box-Item 2.45: Pallab K. Bhattacharya Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.86: Arthur V. Biggs Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.46: William H. Billings Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.47: Donald D. Bills Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.49: David N. Bird Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.87: Remsen du Bois Bird Add to Shelf
Remsen du Bois Bird was born in New York City on January 5, 1888. He received several degrees, a bachelor of divinity degree from Princeton Theology Seminary and a doctorate of divinity from Lafayette College. He then became a professor of theology and history, and later, the president of the California Occidental College. Bird was amongst the educators that laid the groundwork for the National Japanese American Student Relocation Council during World War II. He died in 1971.
Box-Item 9.33: Remsen du Bois Bird Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.50: Robert H. Birdsall Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.88: Lorena Bixby Add to Shelf
Lorena Bixby was born on October 7, 1891, in Nebraska. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1915 from the University of Nebraska and a master’s degree in 1920 from Columbia University. Bixby became a faculty member in English at Oregon State in 1953.
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Extension
Box-Item 2.51: Eva Blackwell Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.89: Richard H. Blakeley Add to Shelf
Richard H. Blakeley was born in Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, on May 26, 1933. He received a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture from Louisiana State in 1961. That year, Blakely became a faculty member at Oregon State in landscape architecture. He took a leave of absence to attend Harvard University, where he received a master’s degree in landscape architecture in 1966 before returning to Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.90: Arthur J. Blakemey Add to Shelf
Arthur J. Blakemey was born on October 3, 1918, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of New Brunswick in 1948 and master's degrees at Dalhousie University in 1949 and Howard Business School in 1954. Blakemey became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1957.
Box-Item 9.34: Arthur J. Blakemey Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.91: George D. Blakenbaker Add to Shelf
George D. Blankenbaker was born on February 14, 1920, in Apache, Oklahoma. He graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in 1947. Beginning in 1953, Blankenbaker worked at Oregon State as assistant professor of military science and tactics.
Box-Item 5.106: Grant E. Blanch Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.92: Lawrence T. Blaney Add to Shelf
Lawrence T. Blaney was born on January 15, 1913, in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor’s degree from Pennsylvania State in 1941 and a master’s degree in 1948, and a doctor of philosophy degree from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1955. Blaney became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1948 in the department of horticulture. In 1951, he also joined the Agricultural Experiment Station staff.
Reel-Item 1.93: Jack Bluestein Add to Shelf
Jack Bluestein was born on May 31, 1935, in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1957 with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. He then went on to receive a master’s of business administration from Harvard Graduate School in 1962. That year, Bluestein became a faculty member in business administration at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.142: Charles H. Blumenfeld Add to Shelf
Urban Renewal
Reel-Item 1.94: Albert H. Bockian Add to Shelf
Albert Bockian was born in New York City on February 26, 1922. He received a bachelor’s degree from New York City College in 1941, a master’s degree from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1949, and a doctorate from the University of California in 1954. Bockian became a junior food technologist at Oregon State in 1955 and was promoted to assistant professor of food technology in 1958.
Box-Item 4.143: Gunnar Bodvarsson Add to Shelf
Geophysical Oceanography & Mathematics
Box-Item 2.52: George Walter Boehlert Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.144: Ralph Bogart Add to Shelf
Animal science; deceased October 1992.
Box-Item 2.53: Sam Boghosian Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.95: George Baker Bokorney Add to Shelf
George Baker Bokorney received his bachelor’s degree in hotel and restaurant administration and his master’s degree in food, nutrition, and institutional administration from Oklahoma State University. He became the manager of the Oregon State Memorial Union Dining services and a faculty member in institution management in 1963. He resigned and returned to Oklahoma State to become director of the School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration in 1971.
Box-Item 9.35: George Baker Bokorney Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.96: Victor W. Bolie Add to Shelf
Victor Wayne Bolie was born on July 23, 1924, in Silverton, Oregon. Bolie completed Civilian Pilot Training courses between November 1942 to August 1943. In 1944, he underwent US Air Force Aviation Cadet Training. He served in the military for several years as a pilot, an Information and Education Officer, and a Public Relations Officer. After he was released from active duty in 1947, he continued his education at Iowa State University. There, Bolie received a bachelor’s degree in physics in 1949, a master’s degree in mathematics in 1950, and a doctorate degree in applied mathematics in 1952. Bolie also received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Coe College in 1957 and a master’s degree in physiology from Stanford in 1959. He joined Oregon State faculty as a professor of engineering in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.97: Duis Bolinger Add to Shelf
Duis Bolinger was born on November 30, 1908, in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. Bolinger graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1930. He then went on to receive a master’s degree in physics from Oregon State in 1940 and a doctorate in physics from Stanford in 1948. Bolinger became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1948. In 1955, he served as an advisor in physics on contract to Kasetsart University in Thailand. Bolinger returned to Oregon State in 1957.
Box-Item 4.145: Walter Beno Bollen Add to Shelf
Bacteriology
Reel-Item 1.98: Jonothan Bolles Add to Shelf
Jonothan Bolles was born on May 24, 1920, in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Before graduating from university, he worked as a flight and ground instructor for the US Air Force and Sacramento State. Bolles received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston in 1951. He became a faculty member in mechanical engineering at Oregon State in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.99: John G. Bond Add to Shelf
John G. Bond was born on November 29, 1931, in Missoula, Montana. He graduated from the University of Idaho in 1954 with a bachelor’s degree in geology and from the University of Washington in 1960 with a master’s degree in geology. Bond became a faculty member in geology at Oregon State in 1960.
Reel-Item 1.100: F. Thomas Bond Add to Shelf
F. Thomas Bond was born on October 29, 1936, in Brooklyn, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1958 and a doctorate from the University of California in 1961. Bond became a faculty member in chemistry at Oregon State in 1962. He was awarded a summer research grant from DuPont Company in 1964.
Box-Item 4.146: Jesse F. Bone Add to Shelf
Veterinary Medicine
Box-Item 5.11: Earl E. Bonham Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.101: David LeVan Bonsteel Add to Shelf
David LeVan Bonsteel was born on May 7, 1926, in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated from Washington State in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering. Bonsteel worked at Idaho State and Fenn College in Cleveland before becoming a faculty member in architecture at Oregon State in 1961.
Reel-Item 1.102: Susan Jane Borden Add to Shelf
Susan Jane Borden was born on February 25, 1939, in Des Moines, Iowa. She received a bachelor’s degree in math from Iowa State in 1960 and a master’s degree in math from Oregon State in 1962. From 1960 to 1962, as a graduate student, she worked as a teaching assistant of mathematics at Oregon State. In 1962, Borden became a faculty member in oceanography.
Box-Item 2.54: Leslie Lundberg Borg Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.103: Elsie J. Boschert Add to Shelf
Elsie J. Boschert was born on December 29, 1924, in Cleveland, Mississippi. She received a bachelor’s degree in education from Delta State Teachers College in 1945 and a master’s degree from the University of Tennessee in 1948. Boschert worked as the director of nursery schools at Delta State, the University of Georgia, and Mississippi Southern College (the University of Southern Mississippi) from 1948 to 1953. In 1953, she became a faculty member at Oregon State in family life and home administration.
Box-Item 2.55: Mario Boschetto Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.104: Russell M. Boshell Add to Shelf
Russell M. Boshell was born on September 18, 1922, in Wilmore, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1955, where he studied fisheries and food technology. He became a research assistant at Oregon State in 1956.
Box-Item 4.147: David A. Bostwick Add to Shelf
Geology
Box-Item 2.56: Lido D. Botti Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.105: Donald D. Bourque Add to Shelf
Donald D. Bourque was born on April 8, 1934, in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. He attended the University of Washington, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1957, a master’s of business administration in 1958, and a doctorate of business administration in 1961. Bourque worked as an assistant professor in business administration at Oregon State from 1961 to 1967.
Reel-Item 1.106: Arthur G. B. Bouquet Add to Shelf
Arthur G. B. Bouquet was born on March 9, 1885, in Sutton, Surrey County, England. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1906. After graduating, he pursued post-baccalaureate work at Massachusetts Agricultural College (now University of Massachusetts at Amherst). Bouquet became an assistant campus foreman and began working for Oregon State as a faculty member in horticulture in 1909. He took a leave of absence while attending Cornell University to receive a master’s degree in 1930. He returned and continued his position as professor of horticulture until his retirement in 1950. Bouquet died in 1971.
Box-Item 4.148: Waldo Bowers Add to Shelf
Admissions
Box-Item 5.10: Don M. Bowman Add to Shelf
Continuing Education
Reel-Item 1.107: Harold Alfred Boyd, Jr. Add to Shelf
Harold Alfred Boyd, Jr. was born in Oakland, California, on August 14, 1924. He attended the University of California, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in geological sciences in 1947 and a master’s degree in paleontology in 1949. Boyd became an Oregon State faculty member of geology in 1950.
Box-Item 2.57: James Robert Boydston Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.108: Raymond E. Boyle Add to Shelf
Raymond E. Boyle was born on February 4, 1926, in Arlington, Nebraska. He received a bachelor’s degree from Reed College in 1950 and a master’s degree from the University of Washington in 1954. Boyle became a faculty member in psychology at Oregon State in 1954.
Box-Item 2.58: Bernard Brady Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.149: James J. Brady Add to Shelf
Physics. Deceased Spring, 1993
Reel-Item 1.109: William H. Brady Add to Shelf
William H. Brady was born on August 9, 1931, in Corvallis, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1953. Brady was brought on to substitute for an existing speech professor on a leave of absence at Oregon State in 1953. In 1955, he received a master’s degree from the University of Ohio. He died the same year.
Box-Item 2.59: N. Robert Brandenburg Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.110: Vera H. Brandon Add to Shelf
Vera Haskell Brandon attended Oregon State to receive three bachelor’s degrees and a master’s degree in child development. She then recieved a doctorate in parent education at the University of Iowa, as well as completed graduate studies at the Merill-Palmer School in Detroit. Brandon returned to Oregon State in 1928 as a professor of child development. She was appointed acting dean of home economics in 1950. She also served as the chairman of the family life sub-committee of the governor’s state committee on children and youth and the chairman of the child development and family relations division of the Oregon Home Economics association.
Box-Item 9.36: Vera H. Brandon Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.111: Philip Martin Brandt Add to Shelf
Philip Martin Brandt was born in Nevada, Missouri, on August 6, 1888. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1910 and master’s degree in 1913 from the University of Missouri. He worked as the assistant to the dean of agriculture there before being appointed professor of dairy husbandry and head of the dairy department at Oregon State. Brandt worked in this position from 1917 to his retirement in 1957. He also served on the Corvallis City Council in the 1920s and 1930s, and was mayor of Corvallis from 1933 to 1934. Brandt died in 1958.
Reel-Item 1.112: Lynne Breese Add to Shelf
Lynne (née Hoffman) Breese graduated from Oregon State in 1963 with a bachelor’s degree in home economics. Breese worked as an Oregon State extension agent in Union and Deschutes Counties before becoming an extension agent-at-large in 1973. She was responsible for many programs in home economics and 4-H.
Reel-Item 1.113: Wilbur Paul Breese Add to Shelf
Wilbur Paul Breese was born on July 14, 1924, in St. Lawrence, South Dakota. He graduated in 1951 with a bachelor’s degree and in 1953 with a master’s degree from Oregon State. Breese worked as faculty member in fisheries at Oregon State from 1953 to 1983.
Box-Item 5.107: Wilbur Paul Breese Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.60: William S. Bregar Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.114: Le Roy Breithaupt Add to Shelf
Le Roy Breithaupt was born on November 5, 1886, in Portland, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in general agriculture in 1910. In the years that followed, he held assorted jobs, including superintendent of the Harney Branch Experiment Station in Burns and Malheur county agent. In 1926, he joined Oregon State central extension staff as a specialist in agricultural economics. In the mid-1930s, Breithaupt took a part-time leave of absence to work with the Farm Credit Administration to adjust farm debt. He retired in 1951 and received the title of Extension Agricultural Economist Emeritus.
Reel-Item 1.115: Sereno E. Brett Add to Shelf
Sereno E. Brett was born on October 31, 1891, in Oregon. He earned the rank of major as a member of the 326th Battalion Tank Corps in the United States Army during World War I. Brett was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Distinguished Service Medal for his service.
Reel-Item 1.116: Burns W. Brewer Add to Shelf
Burns W. Brewer was born on February 20, 1912, in Janesville, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Missouri, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1935, a master’s degree in 1936, and a doctorate in 1938. Brewer joined Oregon State as a faculty member in mathematics in 1947.
Reel-Item 1.117: Cyrus Ripley Briggs Add to Shelf
Cyrus Ripley Briggs was born on April 20, 1893, in Sioux City, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1921. From 1922 to 1932, Briggs worked as a Benton county agent. He was then farm director of KOAC radio until 1936. Beginning in 1937 until his retirement, he worked with the US Department of Agriculture in the office of information, market news service, agricultural conservation program, and production and marketing administration. Briggs died in 1973.
Reel-Item 1.118: Ralph Brindey Add to Shelf
Ralph Brindley graduated from the University of Washington School of Forestry in 1949 with a bachelor’s degree. Beginning in 1957, Brindly worked as the production manager of Timber Products Company, in Medford, Oregon. At Oregon State, he served as a representative for the Southern Oregon Conservation and Tree Farm Association at the Forest Research Laboratory. Brindly left this position in 1964 when he left Timber Products Company and joined Josephine Plywood Corporation in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Box-Item 2.61: Dennis R. Briscoe Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.62: Frank W. Brittain Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.119: Ronald Dean Bro Add to Shelf
Ronald Dean Bro was born on May 25, 1933, in Brayton, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1955 and a master’s degree in 1958 from Iowa State. He then came to Oregon State, where he received a doctorate of education in 1963. Bro worked at Oregon State beginning in 1962 as an instructor in industrial arts education.
Reel-Item 1.120: Gerald W. Brock Add to Shelf
Gerald W. Brock was born on May 12, 1937, in Woodburn, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State in 1959. That year, Brock became an assistant to the director of housing at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.121: Robert L. Brock Add to Shelf
Robert L. Brock was born in Waverly, Kansas, on November 28, 1923. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1948 and a master’s degree in 1949 from Oregon State. After graduating, Brock worked as a research engineer at the physical research unit of Boeing from 1951 to 1953. In 1953, he became a faculty member in mathematics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.63: Ray F. Brokken Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.64: Kristina M. Brooks Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.122: Clyde Owen Brown Add to Shelf
Clyde Owen Brown was born on December 26, 1934, in Fort Warren, Wyoming. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1960 and a master’s degree in 1961 at Oregon State. While pursuing his graduate degree, Brown worked as a graduate assistant from 1960 to 1961 and became a faculty member in electrical engineering in 1961.
Box-Item 2.65: Dorothy F. Brown Add to Shelf
Home Economics
Box-Item 2.66: James Russell Brown Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.67: Karla Brown Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.108: Perry J. Brown Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.123: Robert D. Brown Add to Shelf
Robert D. Brown was born on July 1, 1924, in Whiting, Indiana. He attended Indiana University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1949, a master’s degree in 1950, and a doctorate in 1952. Brown became a faculty member in English at Oregon State in 1952. Brown also served on the Faculty Senate beginning in 1958.
Reel-Item 1.124: William M. Brown, Jr. Add to Shelf
William M. Brown, Jr. was born in Hustings, Nebraska. He received an associate’s degree from Modesto Junior College in 1955 and a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis in 1958. From 1958 to 1959, Brown worked as a plant pathologist for the California State Department of Agriculture. He then came to Oregon State, where he graduated with a doctorate in 1965. As a doctoral candidate, he worked as a teaching assistant from 1959 to 1962, and beginning in 1962, a faculty member, in botany.
Reel-Item 1.125: James R. Brownell Add to Shelf
James R. Brownell was born in Willmar, California, on May 21, 1929. He received an associate’s degree from Mount San Antonio Junior College (now Mount San Antonio College) in 1949 and a bachelor’s degree from Utah State in 1951. He then attended the University of California, Davis from 1957 to 1963, where he received a master’s degree and a doctorate of veterinary medicine. Brownell worked as a faculty member at Oregon State from 1963 to 1964.
Box-Item 2.68: Deloss A. Brubaker Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.126: R.E. Brummett Add to Shelf
R. E. Brummett was born on February 11, 1934, in Concordia, Kansas. He attended Oregon State for his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, then went on to the University of Oregon Medical School. He became an Oregon State faculty member in pharmacology in 1961.
Box-Item 9.37: R. E. Brummett Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.127: Edward C. Bubl Add to Shelf
Edward C. Bubl was born in Cicero, Illinois, on January 15, 1919. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois, a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a doctorate from Oregon State. In 1951, Bubl began work as an Oregon State faculty member. While at Oregon State, he was awarded several research grants totaling $400,000. Amongst these was a $54,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health for a three-year study on metabolism of food additives. Bubl died in 1960.
Box-Item 4.150: William H. Buckley Add to Shelf
Water Resources Research
Box-Item 5.109: Robert E. Buckman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.128: Thomas Richard Buckman Add to Shelf
Thomas Richard Buckman was born on May 3, 1923, in Reno, Nevada. He received a bachelor’s degree in speech at the College of the Pacific in 1947. From 1948 to 1951, he studied Scandinavian and European literature at the University of Stockholm in Sweden. In 1952, Buchman earned a master’s degree in Scandinavian area studies at the University of Minnesota. In 1953, he earned another bachelor’s degree in library science from the University of Minnesota. Buckman became the assistant reference librarian at Oregon State in 1953.
Reel-Item 1.129: Barbara Buckwalter Add to Shelf
Barbara Buckwalter was born on February 28, 1933, in American Fork, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1955 and a master’s degree from Oregon State. Buckwalter worked as a graduate and research assistant at Oregon State in the department of clothing, textiles, and related arts from 1956 to 1958 before becoming a faculty member in the same department. She also worked as an economist at the Agricultural Experiment Station.
Box-Item 4.80: David A. Bucy Add to Shelf
Mechanical Engineering; Planning and Institutional Research. These materials have been digitized and are available upon request.
Reel-Item 1.130: Carol Buehner Add to Shelf
Carol Buehner was born on July 17, 1934, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1956 and a master’s degree from Columbia University in 1958. She became a faculty member in home economics at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 2.69: Mark Buettner Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.131: Jay E. Bulkley Add to Shelf
Jay E. Bulkley was born on March 17, 1915, in Burley, Idaho. He attended Hancock Aeronautical College for one year but did not receive a degree. Bulkley then joined the United States Air Force, where he served for fourteen years and earned the rank of master sergeant. He became a faculty member in air science at Oregon State in 1950.
Box-Item 4.81: D. E. Bullis Add to Shelf
Agricultural Chemistry
Reel-Item 1.132: Harm Buning Add to Shelf
Harm Buning was born on July 31, 1922, in The Hague, the Netherlands. He studied aerospace engineering, and received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 and a master’s degree in 1951. Buning worked as a research assistant, teaching fellow, and lecturer at the University of Michigan before joining the mechanical engineering department at Oregon State as a faculty member.
Box-Item 9.38: Harm Buning Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.133: Edward L. Burchell Add to Shelf
Edward L. Burchell was born on February 9, 1913, in Lexington, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1939. While studying at Oregon State, he served as the editor of the Barometer from 1937 to 1939. Burchell entered the army in 1940 after receiving commission through ROTC at Oregon State. In 1959, he earned a master’s degree from Harvard Graduate Business School in the advanced management program. Burchell retired from the army for physical disability in 1968 as a colonel. For his service, he received three Legions of Merit, a Bronze Star, and an Air Medal, as well as various awards from the Filipino, Korean, and Vietnamese governments. He became traffic administrator at Oregon State in 1971. He died in 1972.
Box-Item 4.82: William F. Burger Add to Shelf
Mathematics
Reel-Item 1.134: Thomas C. Burgess Add to Shelf
Thomas C. Burgess was born on July 13, 1920, in Bismarck, North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree from Montana State University. He served as an instructor in psychology at the University of Missouri from 1950 to 1953. That year, Burgess became a faculty member in psychology at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.12: Betty Jane Burkhart Add to Shelf
Extension
Box-Item 5.13: David J. Burkhart Add to Shelf
Extension
Box-Item 2.70: H. Ray Burkhart Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.135: Bruce M. Burnett Add to Shelf
Bruce M. Burnett was born in Grants Pass, Oregon, on November 17, 1939. He recieved his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1962 from Oregon State. The same year, Burnett became a commissioned officer in the US Public Health Service. He received a master’s degree in radiation physics in 1966 from Oregon State. Burnett began working as a graduate assistant, and later, an instructor, in the X-Ray Science and Engineering Lab at Oregon State in 1965 while receiving his graduate degree.
Box-Item 5.110: James A. Burr Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.71: Ronald J. Burr Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.2: Nedry V. Burris Add to Shelf
Business Affairs
Reel-Item 1.136: Uriel S. Burt Add to Shelf
Uriel S. Burt was born on December 26, 1894, in Iowa City, Iowa. In 1918, he registered as a soldier in World War I. After the war, Burt became a member of the Oregon State Extension staff, where he became the first visual education specialist. He worked at Oregon State from 1921 until 1942, when he left to rejoin the US Army. Burt died in 1967.
Box-Item 4.151: Wayne V. Burt Add to Shelf
Oceanography. Deceased August, 1991
Reel-Item 1.137: Howard D. Burtchett Add to Shelf
Howard D. Burtchett was born in Union City, Tennessee, on October 10, 1924. He received a bachelor’s degree in forestry from Utah State University in 1950 and a master’s in business administration from Lehigh University in 1958. Burtchett served in the US Marine Corps from 1943 to 1946 and the US Army beginning in 1950. He earned the rank of major and became an assistant professor of military science in 1964.
Reel-Item 1.138: John C. Burtner Add to Shelf
John Cole Burtner was born on October 2, 1895, in West Fairview, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor's degree in horticulture from Oregon State in 1923. While an undergraduate student, Burtner worked as the editor of the Oregon Countryman, the school of agriculture’s monthly magazine. He began working as the director of the Oregon State news bureau and editor for the agricultural extension service in 1924. Burtner worked in the bureau for twenty-five years. He died in 1950.
Box-Item 2.72: Irene Butts Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.139: Joseph Shirey Butts Add to Shelf
Joseph Butts was born in 1903 in Indiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural chemistry from the University of Florida in Gainesville in 1926, a master’s degree from Fordham University in 1929, and his doctorate from the University of Southern California. Butts became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1939 and served as the head of the department of agricultural chemistry at Oregon State beginning in 1946. He also participated in foreign assignments in Europe and the Middle East, including an assignment with the international Atoms of Peace program in Western Europe from 1957-1958. Butts also served as the assistant chief of the biology branch for the US Atomic Energy commission from 1952-1954. He died in 1961.
Box-Item 9.39: Joseph Shirey Butts Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.140: Charles David Byrne Add to Shelf
Charles David Byrne was born on February 9, 1895, in Madison, Wisconsin. He received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural journalism in 1921 and a master’s degree in agricultural economics and sociology in 1922 from the University of Wisconsin. Byrne went on to receive a doctorate in educational administration from Stanford University. He worked at Oregon State as the director of the news bureau and the head of industrial journalism from 1929 to 1932 before going on to work for the Oregon System of Higher Education. There, Byrne worked as the director of information from 1932 to 1945, secretary from 1933 to 1953, and chancellor beginning in 1950. He died in 1970.
Box-Item 2.73: John V. Byrne Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.141: Robert G. Buschman Add to Shelf
Robert G. Buschman was born in Portland, Oregon, on April 10, 1927. He received a bachelor’s degree from Reed College in 1949, a master’s degree from the University of Oregon in 1951, and a doctorate from the University of Colorado in 1956. After working as an instructor and associate professor at other universities, he joined Oregon State as a faculty member in math in 1958.
Box-Item 6.3: Dwight Bushnell Add to Shelf
Mechanical Engineering
Reel-Item 1.142: Lillian V. Cady Add to Shelf
Lillian V. Cady was born on February 23, 1931, in Tacoma, Washington. She attended Washington State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1952, a master’s degree in 1961, and a doctorate in 1964. She began working in the Counseling Center at Oregon State in 1963, with the rank of assistant professor. Cady resigned in 1965.
Box-Item 4.152: Robert F. Cain Add to Shelf
Food & Dairy
Box-Item 5.111: Clarence A. Calder Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.74: Richard S. Caldwell Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.143: Robert L. Caldwell Add to Shelf
Robert L. Caldwell was born in Niagara Falls, New York, on December 13, 1923. He attended the University of Washington from 1946 to 1958, receiving a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate. After graduating, Caldwell became a faculty member in English at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.144: William Elmer Caldwell Add to Shelf
William E. Caldwell was born on January 26, 1903, in Montana. He received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at the Montana School of Mines in 1924, and went on to receive a master’s in 1928 and doctorate in 1930 from the University of Wisconsin. Caldwell worked as an instructor at the University of Wisconsin before joining the faculty at Oregon State as a professor of chemistry in 1930 until 1968, when he retired. He received the Carter and Mosser awards for outstanding teaching. During World War II, Caldwell was an instructor for the Army Chemical Warfare Service and an expert on incendiary bombs. He was also an advisor to the US Geological Survey in Japan and Korea. He died in 1972.
Box-Item 9.40: William Elmer Caldwell Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.153: Wheeler Calhoun, Jr. Add to Shelf
Agronomy
Reel-Item 1.145: Robert H. Callihan Add to Shelf
Robert H. Callihan was born on October 19, 1933, in Spokane, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho in 1957, a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1961, and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1973. Callihan worked at the Central Oregon Branch Experiment Station in Redmond from 1957 to 1960, and became an Oregon State faculty member in agronomy in 1959.
Box-Item 2.75: Homer J. Campbell Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.83: Ronald K. Campbell Add to Shelf
Business Administration
Box-Item 2.76: William Campbell Add to Shelf
Pharmacy
Box-Item 6.4: William A. Campbell Add to Shelf
Music
Reel-Item 1.146: Tilman M. Cantrell Add to Shelf
Tilman M. Cantrell was born on December 28, 1915 in Texarkana, Texas. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1947 and a master’s degree in 1948 from the University of Texas at Austin. Cantrell became an Oregon State staff member in 1952, working as a professor of sociology and the criminal justice program coordinator. He worked in the field of corrections, and in 1973, he received a certificate of recognition from the Benton County Sheriff’s Department for his work in criminal justice and law enforcement. Cantrell died in 1975.
Box-Item 9.41: Tilman M. Cantrell Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.77: David A. Capito Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.112: Joseph Capizzi Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.78: David H. Carlson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.154: Elaine Carlson Add to Shelf
Home Economics
Box-Item 4.84: William Carlson Add to Shelf
Librarian
Box-Item 2.79: Lynn Carpenter Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.80: Paul Carpenter Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.147: Edgar Carriere Add to Shelf
Edgar Carriere was born on August 5, 1911, in Champlain, New York. He enrolled in the US Army in 1930. Carriere served in the Corps of Engineers, earning the title of Master Sergeant. He became an assistant professor of military science and tactics at Oregon State in 1952.
Box-Item 4.85: George Barr Carson Add to Shelf
History
Reel-Item 1.148: David L. Carter Add to Shelf
David LaVere Carter was born in Tremonton, Utah, on June 10, 1933. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1955 and a master’s degree in 1956 from Utah State University. Carter then began a doctorate degree at Oregon State in Soil Science, which he defended in 1960. He also worked as a soil scientist for the USDA in the Agricultural Experiment Station beginning in 1956.
Box-Item 5.14: George E. Carter Add to Shelf
Crop Science
Reel-Item 1.149: Myrtle Carter Add to Shelf
Myrtle Carter was born on October 1, 1905, in Oregon. She attended Oregon State from 1938 to 1941, where she received a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree. Carter also received a certificate from the Traphagen School of Design in 1952. Her service with the Oregon State Extension Service began in 1942 as a Home Demonstration Agent. In 1945, she became the Home Agent-at-Large; in 1946, Acting Specialist in Clothing and Home Furnishing; and later that year, Specialist in Clothing and Home Furnishings. In 1949, Carter was promoted to Home Furnishing Specialist.
Box-Item 4.155: Ruth H. Carter Add to Shelf
English. Deceased August, 1993
Reel-Item 1.150: Emery N. Castle Add to Shelf
Emery N. Castle was born on April 13, 1923, in Eureka, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1948 and a master’s degree in 1950 from Kansas State. He then went on to receive a doctorate from Iowa State. Castle joined the Oregon State faculty in 1954, and became dean of faculty in 1965. In 1972, he became the dean of the graduate school. Castle received the Distinguished Professor Award from the Oregon State Alumni Association in 1970 and the Kansas State Distinguished Services Award in Agriculture award in 1976. In 1975, Castle left Oregon State to join Resources for the Future, Inc., where he served as vice president and senior fellow.
Reel-Item 1.151: Paul H. Castelberry Add to Shelf
H. Paul Castleberry was born on June 8, 1921, in Duncan, Oklahoma. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1941 and a master’s degree in 1942 from Texas Technological College, and a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1949. After graduating, Castleberry became a faculty member in political science at Washington State University. Castleberry was a member of the Northwest Commission on Colleges. He retired from Washington State in 1983.
Reel-Item 1.152: Philip Catalfomo Add to Shelf
Philip Catalfomo was born on October 5, 1921, in Providence, Rhode Island. He received a bachelor’s degree from Providence College in 1953, another bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut in 1958, a master’s degree in 1960 from the University of Washington, and a doctorate in 1962 from the University of Washington. Catalfomo joined Oregon State pharmacognosy faculty in 1963. He was awarded the Gustavus A. Pfeiffer Memorial Research Postdoctoral Fellowship by the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education in 1969. This grant allowed him to conduct research at the University of Switzerland in Zurich during the 1969-1970 academic year. Catalfomo also served as vice chairman in the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Box-Item 2.81: Rodney M. Cate Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.82: Gary Causley Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.153: Frederick Arnold Cervantes Add to Shelf
Frederick Arnold Cervantes was born on March 23, 1937, in Susanville, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1960 from the University of California at Riverside and a master’s degree in 1965 from the University of Washington. Cervantes joined Oregon State in 1965 as a faculty member in political science. In 1971, he received a grant for postdoctoral study through the National Endowment for the Humanities. Cervantes worked at the University of Texas during the 1971-1972 academic year.
Box-Item 2.83: Ramon A. Chacon Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.154: Howard Chamberlain Add to Shelf
Howard Chamberlain was born in Oakland, California, on March 6, 1929. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s degree from Oregon State. Chamberlain became a faculty member of business administration in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.155: Willard Joseph Chamberlin Add to Shelf
Willard Joseph Chamberlin was born in Cleburne, Texas, on August 12, 1889. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1915 in forestry and a master’s degree in 1921 in entomology from Oregon State. While completing his master’s degree, Chamberlin became a faculty member at Oregon State. He is credited with pioneering the use of planes to spread chemicals on farm crops and forests, inspired by his experience as a flier in World War I. In 1928, Chamberlin also ran a flight school in Corvallis. The school closed the following year due to a crash. From 1923 to 1928, Chamberlin served on the state’s first Board of Aeronautics. In 1930, he received a doctorate from Stanford. He returned to Oregon State. Later on, he served as the Oregon Department commander for the American Legion from 1933-1934 and the senior vice commander for the Oregon Veterans of Foreign Wars. Chamberlin died in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.156: Gladys Dawson Chambers Add to Shelf
Gladys (née Dawson) Chambers was born in Akron, Indiana, on April 11, 1889. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1917 and a master’s degree in 1920 from Indiana University. She then did postgraduate studies at the University of Texas and Oregon State. In 1942, Chambers became an instructor in psychology at Oregon State. In 1951, she became the Director of Women’s Programs for KOAC, a radio station associated with Oregon State. She was married to Othniel R. Chambers.
Reel-Item 1.157: O.R. Chambers Add to Shelf
Othniel R. Chambers was born on April 19, 1894, in Jasper, Indiana. He graduated from Indiana University in 1922 and received a doctorate from Ohio State in 1926. He became a faculty member and chairman of the psychology department at Oregon State beginning in 1929. Chambers died in 1951. He was married to Gladys Dawson Chambers.
Box-Item 2.84: Dong-Suck Chang Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.158: Shen Chin Chang Add to Shelf
Shen Chin Chang was born in Kiangsu, China. She earned a bachelor’s degree in 1936 from Ginling College. After working for the Kiangsu Christian Rural Service, she became a staff member of Ginling College. In 1939, she was granted the International Friendship Scholarship by the Home Economics Club at Oregon State. She earned a master’s degree in 1940 from Oregon State and was awarded the International Home Economics Fellowship to study at Merill Palmer and Cornell University. She went on to work in Home Economics and Agriculture extension leadership in the United States, and later, China.
Box-Item 9.42: Shen Chin Chang Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.159: Taun Tien Chao Add to Shelf
Taun Tien Chao was born on July 2, 1918, in Anhwei (Anhui), China. Chao received a bachelor’s degree in 1942 from National Central University and then worked as a chemist, agronomist, and soil technologist for national agencies in China. Chao came to Oregon State as a research fellow in 1956, and received a master’s degree in 1959 and a doctorate in 1960. Chao worked as a faculty member of soils for the university beginning in 1960.
Box-Item 2.85: Michael H. Chaplin Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.160: Donald Wallace Chapman Add to Shelf
Donald Wallace Chapman was born on September 18, 1930, in Los Angeles, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in forestry in 1953, a master’s degree in fisheries and wildlife in 1957, and a doctorate in fisheries and wildlife in 1961 from Oregon State. He joined Oregon State faculty in 1959. In 1961, Chapman was appointed executive secretary of the Water Resources Research Institute on campus.
Box-Item 4.156: Helen G. Charley Add to Shelf
Foods and Nutrition
Reel-Item 1.161: Charles Edward Charman Add to Shelf
Charles Edward Charman was born on April 14, 1937, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1959 from Oregon State. Later that year he began a master’s degree and worked as a graduate assistant in electrical engineering.  Charman became an instructor in 1960.
Reel-Item 1.162: Thomas H. Charters Add to Shelf
Thomas H. Charters was born on January 16, 1931, in Portland, Oregon. In 1954, he received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in industrial engineering. Charters became a faculty member in general engineering at Oregon State in 1958. In the 1960s, he left Oregon State to become a design engineer for Tektronix, Inc.
Reel-Item 1.163: Vernon H. Cheldelin Add to Shelf
Vernon H. Cheldelin was born on March 15, 1916 at Clatskanie. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1937 from Reed College, master’s degree in 1939 from Oregon State, and doctorate degree in 1941 from the University of Texas. After working at the University of Texas and the R. R. Williams Labs in New Jersey, he became a faculty member at Oregon State in chemistry. He was appointed director of the Science Research Institute at Oregon State in 1952. Cheldelin was awarded the Carter Award in 1954. His community involvement included membership on the Governor’s Committee on Science and New Technologies in 1961, as well as membership on the Corvallis Board of Education and the Portland High School Curriculum Study. He died in 1966.
Box-Item 9.43: Vernon H. Cheldelin Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.164: R.P. Chesney Add to Shelf
Robert Paul Chesney was born on April 19, 1931, in Watonga, Oklahoma. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma A&M College. Chesney worked as a soils research assistant at the Sherman Branch Experiment Station.
Box-Item 5.15: Robert William Chick Add to Shelf
Dean of Students
Box-Item 2.86: Earnest Arthur Childs Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.157: Herbert E. Childs Add to Shelf
English
Box-Item 5.16: Kim K. Ching Add to Shelf
Forest Science
Box-Item 2.87: Cary T. Chiou Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.88: Doug W. Cho Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.89: Fred A. Cholick Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.158: Bert E. Christensen Add to Shelf
Chemistry. Deceased 1993
Box-Item 5.113: Dorothy J. Christensen Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.165: Hal S. Christensen Add to Shelf
Hal S. Christensen was born on October 17, 1922, in Logan, Utah. He received a bachelor’s degree from Utah State in 1950. He served in World War II and the Korean War, becoming a captain in the Signal Corps. In 1952, Christensen became an assistant professor of military science and tactics.
Reel-Item 1.166: Harvey DeVon Christensen Add to Shelf
Harvey DeVon Christensen was born on April 6, 1920, in Challis, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington in 1943, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oregon State in 1950, and a doctorate in engineering mechanics from Stanford in 1958. Christensen became a faculty member in mechanical engineering at Oregon State in 1947.
Box-Item 4.159: Leno V. Christensen Add to Shelf
Ag Education
Reel-Item 1.167: S. Kent Christensen Add to Shelf
S. Kent Christensen attended Utah State University and Cornell University and served on the staff of both institutions before joining Oregon State as a faculty member in 1955 in agricultural economics. In 1960, he left Oregon State after being named economist and agricultural counsel for the National Association of Food Chains. Christensen also served as a member of the National Poultry Survey Committee and the chairman of the Western Regional Dairy Technical Committee and chairman of Oregon’s Milk Audit advisory board.
Box-Item 9.44: S. Kent Christensen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.168: Thomas L. Churchill Add to Shelf
Thomas L. Churchill was born on August 8, 1935, in Roseburg, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State in 1958. That year, Churchill became a faculty member in electrical engineering at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.169: Arthur M. Ciagne, Jr. Add to Shelf
Arthur M. Ciagne, Jr., was born in Detroit, Michigan, on July 26, 1940. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 from the University of Detroit and a master’s of business administration in 1963 from Ohio State. Ciagne became a faculty member in accounting at Oregon State in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.170: Charles Alfred Claridge Add to Shelf
Charles Alfred Claridge was born on September 5, 1921, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1943 from the University of British Columbia and a doctorate in 1953 from Iowa State. That year, Claridge became a research assistant studying the metabolism of wheat smut fungus at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.171: Ava B. Milam Clark Add to Shelf
Ava Milam Clark was born on November 27, 1884, in Macon County, Missouri. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1910 and a master’s in 1911 at the University of Chicago. She became a faculty member in the Home Economics Department at Oregon State in 1911 and became dean of the school in 1917. She oversaw the department until she retired in 1950. In 1932, Milam was appointed Director of Home Economics for the Oregon State System of Higher Education. She also served as a home economics advisor to Syria and Iraq for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Milam was also known for her extension work in home economics abroad. She traveled to countries including China, Korea, and Japan, taking along students from Oregon State as well as establishing scholarship funds for home economics students in those countries to study at Oregon State. She received the Distinguished Service Award from Oregon State in 1966 and from Yonsei University in 1968. Milam died in 1976.
Box-Item 9.45: Ava B. Milam Clark Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.90: Catherine R.B. Clark Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.172: Charles Lester Clark Add to Shelf
Charles Lester Clark was born on November 17, 1917 in San Jose, California. He received a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Stanford University in 1941 and a doctorate from the University of Virginia in 1944. Clark was a math department faculty member from 1944-1957, when he left to work at California State University in Los Angeles.
Box-Item 9.46: Charles Lester Clark Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.114: Elsie K. Clark Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.160: Harry Edwin Clark Add to Shelf
Extension Resource Development Specialist
Reel-Item 1.173: Ralph Barlow Clark Add to Shelf
Ralph Barlow Clark was born in Farmington, Utah, on September 12, 1933. He received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1957, a master’s degree from Utah State in 1959, and a doctorate from University of California at Los Angeles in 1962. That year, Clark became a faculty member in botany and plant physiology at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.174: Robert Ralph Clark Add to Shelf
Robert Ralph Clark was born on March 11, 1904, in Jewell, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree in horticulture in 1925 and a master’s degree in 1938 from Oregon State. Clark began his service at Oregon State in 1945 as a faculty member in horticulture and external horticulture specialist. He died in 1965.
Box-Item 9.47: Robert Ralph Clark Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.91: LeeAnn Clarke (Miller) Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.115: Ronald O. Clarke Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.175: Vernon A. Clarkson Add to Shelf
Vernon A. Clarkson was born on April 19, 1921, in Tacoma, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from Washington State and a master’s degree from Oregon State. Clarkson worked as a faculty member in horticulture at Oregon State from 1951 to 1957.
Reel-Item 1.176: Peter L. Clary Add to Shelf
Peter L. Clary was born on October 19, 1934, in Providence, Rhode Island. He received a bachelor’s degree from Seattle University in 1957 and a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Washington State in 1964. Clary worked in a private veterinary practice until 1965, when he became an associate research veterinarian at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.177: Thomas T. Claudson Add to Shelf
Thomas T. Claudson was born on April 25, 1933, in Pratt, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1955 from the University of Washington, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1958 from Oregon State, and a doctorate in 1962. In 1960, he became a faculty member in mechanical engineering at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.178: Stanley A. Clayes Add to Shelf
Stanley A. Clayes was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1922. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1946 from Ursinus College in Pennsylvania. Clayes then went on to the University of Pennsylvania to receive a master’s degree and a doctorate in 1950. Clayes joined Oregon State faculty in English in 1950.
Box-Item 2.92: Diane B. Clayton Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.179: Leslie A. Clayton Add to Shelf
Leslie A. Clayton was born on July 18, 1919, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended the University of Colorado, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1941. In 1947, Clayton became a faculty member in chemical engineering at Oregon State. In 1949, he returned to the University of Colorado to receive a master’s degree in chemical engineering. Clayton continued working at Oregon State after graduating.
Reel-Item 1.180: Laura M. Cleaveland Add to Shelf
Laura M. Cleaveland was born in Prophetstown, Illinois, on May 30, 1905. In 1930, she received a bachelor’s degree in home economics education from Iowa State and in 1941, a master’s degree in institution management from Oregon State. In 1946, Cleaveland became a faculty member in institutional management at Oregon State and director of the men’s cafeteria. Later on, she became the manager of the Memorial Union Dining Service.
Box-Item 5.116: David A. Cleaves Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.181: James V. Clements Add to Shelf
James V. Clements was born on March 13, 1920, in Liberty, Kentucky. He joined the United States army in 1936. In 1953, Clements became sergeant major with the Oregon State ROTC.
Reel-Item 1.182: Frances Clinton Add to Shelf
Frances Clinton was born on August 11, 1902, in Chehalis, Washington. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the College of Puget Sound in 1925 and a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1930. She conducted postgraduate studies at Cornell, Columbia, and Colorado State. In 1945, she became an assistant state home economics extension leader at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.183: Riley J. Clinton Add to Shelf
Riley J. Clinton was born on April 12, 1894, in Bangert, Missouri. He received a master’s degree from Missouri State and a doctorate of education from Stanford. Clinton became a faculty member in education at Oregon State in 1948, serving until his retirement in 1964. He died in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.184: Upton Close Add to Shelf
Upton Close was the pen name of Joseph Washington Hall. He was born in Kelso, Washington, on February 27, 1894. He gained notoriety as a radio commentator in the 1920s, and later became an author. Close also worked as a professor of Asiatic Culture at the University of Washington. He is now remembered as anti-Communist and antisemitic. He died in 1960.
Reel-Item 1.185: L.C. Cochran Add to Shelf
L.C. Cochran was born on April 5, 1906, in Frankfort, Indiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1928 from Purdue University and master’s and doctorate degrees in 1936 from Michigan State University. Beginning in 1941, he worked for the US Department of Agriculture as Chief of Fruit and Nut Crops in the California, Florida, and Maryland branches. In 1969, Cochran left the USDA and worked part-time as professor of botany and plant pathology at Oregon State in 1969.
Box-Item 9.48: L.C. Cochran Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.186: Glenn Frank Cochrane, Jr. Add to Shelf
Glenn Frank Cochrane, Jr., was born on December 2, 1935, in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State in 1957 and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Kansas State in 1961. He joined Oregon State faculty in mechanical and industrial engineering in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.187: Robert W. Coffin Add to Shelf
Robert W. Coffin was born in Boise, Idaho, on March 11, 1937. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon in 1958. Coffin worked as the chief programmer for the Department of ADP and Biomathematics for the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center in Beaverton, Oregon, beginning in 1962.
Box-Item 2.93: A. Michael Colbert Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.94: Ralph Colby Add to Shelf
Ralph Colby was born on August 13, 1894, in Wayzata, Minnesota. He received a bachelor's degree in 1916 and a master's degree in 1917 from the University of Minnesota. Colby earned a doctorate degree from the University of Illinois in 1928. He came to Oregon State that year as a member of the English department. In 1949, he became the Dean of the Lower Division, and in 1960, he became the first Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oregon State. In 1962, he retired from his administrative position and continued working as a full-time professor in the English department.
Reel-Item 1.188: Ralph Colby Add to Shelf
Box-Item 9.49: Ralph Colby Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.189: Georgia Cole Add to Shelf
Georgia Cole was born on November 5, 1907, in Maxwell, Iowa. She attended Rockford College in Illinois, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 1930. She worked at Montana State through the 1940s and 1950s before joining the Oregon State editorial staff in 1960 as Assistant Director of Publications, where she served until her retirement in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.190: Henry T. Cole Add to Shelf
Henry T. Cole was born in Los Angeles, California, on June 26, 1920. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 and a masters in education in 1961. Cole worked part-time as an instructor at Oregon State as a student from 1958 to 1959.
Box-Item 2.95: Samuel L. Cole Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.86: Ralph Orval Coleman Add to Shelf
Physical Education; Baseball Coach
Box-Item 2.96: Barbara Margaret Coles Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.97: Vance "Pinto" Colvig Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.18: Robert Collins Add to Shelf
Marketing
Reel-Item 1.191: Salvatore Comitini Add to Shelf
Salvatore Comitini was born on February 6, 1928, in New York, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1951 and a master’s degree in 1955 from the University of Alabama. Comitini worked as a faculty member at Oregon State beginning in 1959.
Box-Item 4.161: Mary Tingley Compton Add to Shelf
Courtesy appointment in Horticulture.
Box-Item 4.162: O.C. (Oliver Cecil) Compton Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Box-Item 2.98: Susan G. Conard Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.99: Edward Joseph Condon Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.100: J. Richard Connelly Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.192: Robert D. Connolly, Jr. Add to Shelf
Robert D. Connolly, Jr., was born on January 2, 1917, in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. He received a bachelor’s degree from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania in 1940. Connolly joined the US army in 1941. He became a major in the Signal Corps, and in 1960, came to Oregon State as an associate professor of military science and tactics.
Box-Item 2.101: Patrick Edward Connor Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.193: Carol E. Conrad Add to Shelf
Carol E. Conrad was born on November 10, 1929, in Oregon. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1956 and a master’s degree in 1959. Conrad began working for the Bureau of Land Management in 1955, becoming a junior range conservationist in 1956.
Box-Item 5.117: Richard H. Converse Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.17: Clive W. Cook Add to Shelf
Clackamas County Extension
Box-Item 2.102: Patricia M. Coolican Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.194: Lawrence D. Coolidge Add to Shelf
Lawrence D. Coolidge was born December 30, 1913, in Schenectady, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College in 1936. He then studied at Columbia University, earning a master’s degree in 1938 and a doctorate in 1950. Coolidge began his service at Oregon State in 1948. In 1953, he became chairman of the Department of Business Administration.
Box-Item 5.118: Wilbur T. Cooney Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.195: Benjamin Franklin Cooper, Jr. Add to Shelf
Benjamin Franklin Cooper, Jr., was born in Warsaw, North Carolina, on November 22, 1924. He studied at the University of North Carolina, where he earned two bachelor’s degrees in 1947 and 1950. The second of these degrees was in pharmacy. He then received a master’s degree in 1951 and a doctorate in 1955. Cooper became an associate professor in pharmacy at Oregon State in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.196: Martin Portman Coopey Add to Shelf
Martin Portman Coopey was born in Portland, Oregon, on May 26, 1911. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Oregon State in 1936. Coopey began working as a faculty member at Oregon State in 1941. He was promoted to professor of civil engineering in 1953.
Box-Item 5.119: Peter J. Copek Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.197: Robert O. Coppedge Add to Shelf
Robert O. Coppedge was born on January 13, 1942, in Rotan, Texas. He attended New Mexico State University. In 1965, he received a bachelor’s degree in economics, and in 1967, a master’s degree in agricultural economics. Coppedge became an Oregon State Extension Agricultural Economist in 1968.
Box-Item 2.103: Stanley E. Corder Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.104: Arthur T. Corey Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.198: Robert W. Corlew Add to Shelf
Robert W. Corlew was born on April 12, 1936, in Colfax, Washington. He attended Washington State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1954 and a master’s degree in 1963. After graduating. Corlew began a doctorate in electrical engineering at Oregon State. At the same time, Corlew worked as an instructor in electrical engineering.
Reel-Item 1.199: John Franklin Corliss Add to Shelf
John Franklin Corliss was born on March 26, 1931, in Yakima, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from Washington State in 1953. He then went on to Iowa State, where he received a master’s degree in 1955 and a doctorate in 1958. That year, he worked as an assistant professor and assistant soil scientist with the Oregon State Agricultural Experiment Station.
Reel-Item 1.200: Holly A. Cornell Add to Shelf
Holly A. Cornell graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1938. He received a master’s degree in structural engineering from Yale in 1940. He served as a lieutenant corporal in the US Army Engineer Corps. In 1946, he and three other Oregon State alumni and veterans formed an engineering and consulting firm in Corvallis, CH2M Hill. This became a worldwide engineering firm. Cornell died in 1997.
Reel-Item 1.201: Everett S. Cortright Add to Shelf
Everett S. Cortright was born on July 12, 1906, in New Hartford, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State Teachers College in 1927 and a master’s degree from the University of Michigan in 1941. Cortright became a faculty member of speech in 1944 and was promoted to professor in 1957. While at Oregon State, Cortright also directed many plays. He died in 1976.
Box-Item 4.163: J. Ritchie Cowan Add to Shelf
Crop Science
Box-Item 2.105: Nancy A. Corwin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.106: Joseph M. Cousins Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.202: George B. Cox Add to Shelf
George B. Cox was born on September 24, 1896, in Franklin, Missouri. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Missouri in 1919 and a master’s degree education at Oregon State in 1940. In 1927, Cox became the head of the departments of the industrial arts, industrial education, and industrial engineering. He retired in 1961 and died in 1973.
Box-Item 5.120: Joseph R. Cox Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.203: Leroy E. Cox Add to Shelf
LeRoy E. Cox was born in Glenns Ferry, Idaho, on November 9, 1919. In 1951, he received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in math. He became a faculty member in general engineering at Oregon State in 1954.
Box-Item 5.121: Duane L. Coyier Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.107: Priscilla Crabtree Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.87: Irene Louise Craft Add to Shelf
Serials Librarian
Box-Item 2.108: Charles D. Craig Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.204: David M. Craig Add to Shelf
David M. Craig received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1948. After graduating, he worked for companies including the Pacific Northwest Bell and the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company. Craig was appointed assistant vice president of general research with the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. in the 1960s.
Box-Item 5.19: Richard P. Craig Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.205: Willard Maxson Craig Add to Shelf
Willard Maxson Craig was born on January 30, 1905, in Grand Island, Nebraska. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Oregon State in 1926, a master’s degree in business administration in finance from the University of Washington in 1930, and a law degree from the University of Washington in 1936. Craig became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1938 in business administration. He died in 1967.
Box-Item 9.50: Willard Maxson Craig Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.109: Mary M. Cramer Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.206: Theodore Putman Cramer Add to Shelf
Theodore Putman Cramer was born on November 11, 1894 in Grants Pass, Oregon. He attended Oregon State and earned a bachelor’s degree from the School of Commerce in 1918. The following year, he served as the general manager of student activities before moving on from Oregon State. Cramer also served as a member of the House of Representatives in Oregon from 1923-1927 as a representative of Josephine County and the president of the Grants Pass Chamber of Commerce from 1938-1940. He died in 1945.
Box-Item 9.51: Theodore Putman Cramer Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.207: Fred R. Crawford Add to Shelf
Fred R. Crawford was born on April 3, 1916, in Winters, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1941 from Santa Barbara State. He then went on to the University of Southern California, where he received a master’s degree in education in 1945 and a doctorate of education in 1947. After working at Knox College and Arizona State, Crawford became a faculty member of psychology at Oregon State in 1960.
Box-Item 2.110: Lawrence Crawford Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.111: Phillip Crawford Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.208: Anna M. Creekmore Add to Shelf
Anna M. Creekmore was born in Pine Knot, Kentucky, on May 15, 1922. She studied home economics at the University of Tennessee, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 1945 and a master’s degree in 1950. In 1963, she earned a doctorate in clothing from Pennsylvania State. That year, she became an associate professor of clothing, textiles, and related arts at Oregon State. She died in 2021.
Box-Item 2.112: Michael O. Creighton Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.209: Richard B. Crittenden Add to Shelf
Richard B. Crittenden was born on November 27, 1932, in Oretown, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Willamette University in 1957, a master’s degree from the University of Illinois in 1959, and a doctorate from the University of Oregon in 1964. He began working as a faculty member in mathematics at Oregon State in 1964.
Reel-Item 1.210: Jack G. Croeni Add to Shelf
Jack G. Croeni was born on September 23, 1925, in Hillsboro, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1950 and after serving in the US Air Force from 1951-1953, he earned a master’s degree in 1957 from Oregon State. Croeni spent the 50s jointly working for Oregon State as a faculty member in engineering and as an instructor for the United States Air Force. In 1957, he settled into an instructor position in the department of mechanical engineering.
Box-Item 9.52: Jack G. Croeni Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.122: Howard L. Croff Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.211: Robert J. Cross Add to Shelf
Robert J. Cross was born on October 23, 1922, in Chicago, Illinois. He served with the United States Navy in World War II, earning the rank of lieutenant. Cross saw service overseas in China. In 1946, he received a bachelor’s degree from Carleton College in Minnesota. He then went on to receive a master’s degree from the University of Washington in 1955, where he studied Chinese language and history. Cross became the assistant engineering librarian at Oregon State in 1959.
Reel-Item 1.212: George Edward Crossen Add to Shelf
George E. Crossen was born on July 21, 1905, in St. Paul, Minnesota. He earned a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy in 1933, a master’s degree in 1937, and a doctorate degree in 1940 from the University of Minnesota. Crossen worked at the University of Minnesota and as dean and professor at Drake University before becoming dean and professor of pharmacy at Oregon State. Under his leadership, Oregon State was one of the first colleges to adopt a five-year pharmacy curriculum that is now an educational standard. Crossen received outstanding achievement awards from his alma mater, as well as an award for “outstanding service to pharmaceutical education” from the Rexall Drug Company. He died in 1958.
Box-Item 9.53: George Edward Crossen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.213: John E. Crow Add to Shelf
John E. Crow was born in Seattle, Washington, on September 17, 1934. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1957 and a master’s degree from the University of Chicago in 1959. In 1963, Crow became a faculty member in political science at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.214: Alex Cruickshank Add to Shelf
Alex Cruickschank was born in 1907 in Yamhill County, Oregon. Inspired by a visit from Oregon State agricultural club leaders, he and his elementary school classmates began a pig club in 1917. After ten years of service in the club, he won best volunteer local club leader and the Moses Leadership trophy. He studied agriculture at Oregon State and continued his agricultural club work, beginning a club summer school. He died in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.215: Ward L. Cuff Add to Shelf
Ward L. Cuff was born on August 13, 1912, in Redwood Falls, Minnesota. He received a bachelor’s degree in education from Marquette University in 1937. In 1951, Cuff became an assistant football coach for Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.113: Charles Henry Culberson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.216: Jon Clark Cummings Add to Shelf
Jon Clark Cummings was born on April 30, 1930, in Saranac Lake, New York. He attended Stanford University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1952, a master’s degree in 1956, and a doctorate in 1958. That year, he became a faculty member at Oregon State in geology.
Box-Item 2.114: Elizabeth Simpson Curl Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.115: Herbert Curl, Jr. Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.116: Donald Curran Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.217: Howard Eugene Cushman Add to Shelf
Howard Eugene Cushman was born on November 11, 1921, in Wasco, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State. He served on the State Soil Conservation Committee from 1946 to 1952. That year, he became a soil conservation specialist at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.117: Norman Cutshall Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.218: Benjamin Dunlap Dagwell Add to Shelf
Benjamin Dunlap Dagwell was born in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, on July 1, 1890. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1913 and from the Seabury Divinity School in 1916. Dagwell served as a deacon and priest across New Jersey, Colorado, and in 1936, became the bishop of the Diocese of Oregon.
Box-Item 2.118: Cliff Dahm Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.219: Hursey A. Dakin Add to Shelf
Hursey A. Dakin was born in Freewater, Oregon, on March 21, 1895. He enlisted in the US Army in 1918, and served abroad during World War I. He earned the rank of corporal and received a Distinguished Service Cross for his actions during the Battle of Argonne Forest. He was named Oregon’s World War I Hero in the Living Hall of Fame. After the war, he studied electrical engineering at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.220: Homer M. Dalbey Add to Shelf
Homer M. Dalbey was born on February 4, 1927, in Chicago, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1949, a master’s degree from the University of Illinois in 1952, and a doctorate from Northwestern University in 1958. Dalbey became a faculty member in business administration at Oregon State in 1958.
Box-Item 2.119: E. Lawrence Dale Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.221: Edward A. Daly Add to Shelf
Edward A. Daly was born in Edgewater, California, on June 7, 1925. He studied mechanical engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1950 from New Mexico State and a master’s degree from Michigan State in 1951. Daly became a faculty member of mechanical engineering at Oregon State in 1957. He also served on Oregon State’s Radiation Safety Committee, Radiation Center Planning Committee, and was chairman of the Nuclear Reactor Operations Committee.
Box-Item 5.123: Charles W. Dane Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.120: Jack A. Danley Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.222: Robert Horniman Dann Add to Shelf
Robert Horniman Dann was born on November 11, 1889, in Brighton, England. He completed studies at many colleges, including Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, and the University of Washington. Dann received his bachelor’s degree from Pacific College at Newberg, and his masgter's from Haverford College. Dann became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1927 in economics and sociology, where he worked until his retirement in 1956. Dann also served as president of the Oregon Prison Association from 1946 to 1952 and was a chairman of the Benton County Red Cross from 1939 to 1941. He died in 1959.
Box-Item 9.54: Robert Horniman Dann Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.121: Felix J. Darcy Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.223: Robert L. Darcy Add to Shelf
Robert L. Darcy was born on May 21, 1928, in Chicago, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree from Knox College in 1950, a master’s degree from Indiana University in 1953, and a doctorate from the University of Colorado in 1957. Darcy became a faculty member in economics at Oregon State in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.224: Laurence Edwin Darlington Add to Shelf
Laurence Edwin Darlington was born on September 10, 1900, in Chicago, Illinois. He attended the Georgia School of Technology, where he earned a certificate with honors in 1921. He then went on to Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1932 and a master’s degree in 1934 in vocational education. Darlington also served in the US Army from 1919 to 1948, earning a Bronze Star and the French Croix de Guerre. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1921 and an assistant professor in 1948. Darlington also served as assistant Dean of Men. He died in 1956.
Box-Item 5.124: E. Julius Dasch Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.225: Alexander Norman Davidson Add to Shelf
Alexander Norman Davidson was born on March 2, 1920, in New York, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree from Columbia University in 1947, a master’s of business administration from New York University in 1948, and a bachelor of laws at the University of Denver in 1955. Davidson became a faculty member of business administration at Oregon State in 1956. He resigned in 1967.
Box-Item 2.122: Thomas P. Davidson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.123: William D. Davidson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.164: William A. Davies Add to Shelf
Forest Engineering
Reel-Item 1.226: Donald Evan Davis Add to Shelf
Donald Evan Davis was born on March 13, 1923, in Los Angeles, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1947, a master’s degree from Northwestern University in 1948, and a doctorate in education from the University of Oregon in 1953. Davis became an assistant professor of music at Oregon State in 1955. He resigned in 1958.
Box-Item 2.124: Elizabeth Anne Davis Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.227: George Balfour Davis Add to Shelf
George B. Davis was born on April 6, 1915, in Ontario, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1939 and a master’s degree in 1943 from Oregon State. He also completed postgraduate studies at the University of Chicago. In 1941, Davis became a faculty member in agricultural economics at Oregon State. He served as a marine officer in the Pacific Theater of World War II and returned to his position at Oregon State at the end of the war. He also served as a marketing specialist on assignment to Thailand with the Council on Economic and Cultural Affairs for two months before his death. Davis died in 1962.
Box-Item 9.55: George Balfour Davis Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.228: Howard F. Davis Add to Shelf
Howard F. Davis was born in 1931 in Milwaukie, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He then received a doctorate in physics from the University of Rochester in 1960. Davis became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1968, teaching physics. He died in 1978.
Box-Item 2.125: Philip B. Davis Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.229: R.L. Davis Add to Shelf
R. L. Davis was born on September 10, 1921, in Kennedy, Alabama. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1943 from the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Davis then attended Purdue University from 1946 to 1950, where he received a master’s and doctorate. He was a visiting professor at Oregon State from 1959 to 1960, working as an agronomist.
Reel-Item 1.230: Robert William Davis Add to Shelf
Robert William Davis was born on November 1, 1934, in Portland, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Seattle University in 1956 and a master’s degree at the University of Portland in 1962. He worked as a graduate assistant at the University of Portland before becoming a faculty member at Oregon State in counseling in 1962.
Box-Item 9.56: Robert William Davis Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.126: Ronald A. Davis Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.231: Eugene Vincent Davison Add to Shelf
Eugene Vincent Davison was born on July 8, 1932, in Santa Monica, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1960. Davison was then employed by the university, working as the assistant director of publications.
Reel-Item 1.232: Mellissa Martin Dawes Add to Shelf
Melissa Martin Dawes received bachelor’s degrees from the University of Oregon and Oregon State, and a master’s degree from Columbia University. She became a faculty member of modern languages at Oregon State in 1915 and headed the department of modern languages from 1933 to 1960, when she retired. Dawes served in several organizations, including the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, where she worked as the president and secretary.
Reel-Item 1.233: James Kaye Dawson Add to Shelf
James Kaye Dawson was born on November 27, 1915, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the Oklahoma A&M College in 1940, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering and mechanical engineering technology from Oklahoma University in 1951, and pursued postgraduate studies at Colorado School of Mines. Dawson became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1955 in the department of mechanical engineering.
Box-Item 9.57: James Kaye Dawson Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.126: Murray D. Dawson Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.128: Orysia Dawydiak Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.234: Edgar Allan Day Add to Shelf
Edgar Allen Day was born on September 11, 1928, in Romney, West Virginia. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland in 1953, and attended Penn State University to receive a master’s degree in 1955 and a doctorate in 1957. Day became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1958 in dairy food science. He earned awards from the American Chemical Society and the Institute of Food Technologies in recognition for his work in dairy science and food research. He resigned from Oregon State in 1965 to become the vice-president and director of research and development with International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc.
Box-Item 9.58: Edgar Allan Day Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.235: John Arthur Day Add to Shelf
John Arthur Day was born on May 24, 1913, in Salina, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College. After completing a certificate in meteorology in 1937 at the Boeing School of Aeronautics, he went on to receive a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1952. Day worked as an instructor of physics from 1946 to 1955, when he resigned.
Box-Item 5.127: Glen D. Dealy Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.236: Harold K. Dean Add to Shelf
Harold K. Dean began working for the Umatilla Field Station with the Oregon State Extension Service in 1912. In 1917, he became superintendent. He was recognized for increasing livestock herds, conducting the only turkey research in Oregon, and improving crop production by recognizing frost hazards.
Reel-Item 1.237: Richard H. Dearborn Add to Shelf
Richard H. Dearborn was born on November 2, 1847, in Salem, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from Willamette University in 1895 and an electrical engineering degree from Cornell University in 1900. The next year, he joined the electrical engineering faculty at the University of Oregon and became department head in 1903. He remained in this position when the electrical engineering departments at University of Oregon and Oregon State merged in 1914. From 1934 to 1944, Dearborn worked as the dean of the Department of Engineering. He was inducted into the Engineering Hall of Fame in 1998.
Reel-Item 1.238: Louis W. de Backer Add to Shelf
Louis W. de Backer was born on September 20, 1937, in Brussels, Belgium. He received a master’s degree in agricultural engineering in 1961 from the Université de Louvain in Belgium. He then received a doctorate in soil physics from the University of Illinois in 1965. de Backer then performed research in hydrology at Oregon State until he resigned in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.239: Terry Debay Add to Shelf
Terry Debay was born on August 4, 1933, in California. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California in Los Angeles. After graduating, Debay served in the US Air Force as a pilot for two and a half years. He then became a football coach at Oregon State in 1955.
Box-Item 5.128: John C. Decius Add to Shelf
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Extension Wildlife Specialist
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Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Reel-Item 1.241: Ira Washington Deep Add to Shelf
Ira Washington Deep was born on July 26, 1927, in Dover, Tennessee. He received a bachelor’s degree from Miami University in 1950, a master’s degree from the University of Tennessee in 1952, and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1956. Deep became a faculty member in botany at Oregon State in 1953.
Reel-Item 1.242: Kenneth Deffeyes Add to Shelf
Kenneth Deffeyes was born on December 26, 1931, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He studied geological engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree from the Colorado School of Mines in 1953 and a doctorate from Princeton University in 1959. Deffeyes taught briefly at the University of Minnesota and Oregon State before returning to Princeton as a faculty member. While at Oregon State, he worked as an associate professor of oceanography and gave a campus lecture series entitled “The Seven Seas.”
Reel-Item 1.243: Peter Dehlinger Add to Shelf
Peter Dehlinger was born in Berlin, Germany, on October 3, 1917. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1940 from the University of Michigan. Dehlinger then went on to the California Institute of Technology to receive a master’s degree in 1943 and a doctorate in 1950. In 1962, he became a professor of geophysics at Oregon State. Dehlinger became the first director of the University of Connecticut’s Institute of Marine Science in 1968.
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Reel-Item 1.244: Max Walker deLaubenfels Add to Shelf
Max Walker deLaubenfels was born on May 9, 1894, in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College in 1916 and attended Stanford University to earn a master’s degree in 1926 and a doctorate in 1929. He became a professor of zoology at Oregon State in 1950. While at Oregon State, deLaubenfels completed several individual research projects with national and international institutions, including the National Research Institute and the Carnegie Institute. He also worked for a time as the biographical abstract section editor for Who’s Who of America. DeLaubenfels died in 1958.
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Box-Item 2.130: Harold H. Demarest, Jr. Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.245: Laurelmae Jack Dempster Add to Shelf
Laurelmae Jack Dempster was born on February 11, 1918, in Portland, Oregon. She attended Mills College and received a bachelor’s degree in 1939. While no other academic degrees are known, she was a graduate student at Oregon State from 1953-1954 and matriculated at the University of Oregon Medical School before she married Dr. Richard Dempster, who was a professor in the department of physics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.60: Laurelmae Jack Dempster Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.246: Richard Roy Dempster Add to Shelf
Richard Roy Dempster was born on April 28, 1908, in Oakland, California. He attended the University of California at Berkeley to receive a bachelor’s degree in 1930, a master’s degree in 1931, and a doctorate in 1942. Dempster became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1944 in the department of physics.
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Reel-Item 1.247: La Rea June Dennis Add to Shelf
La Rea June Dennis was born on July 25, 1935, in Grants Pass, Oregon. Dennis received a bachelor’s degree from Willamette University in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1959 from Oregon State. During this time, Dennis worked as a research assistant at the Oregon State herbarium. After graduating, Dennis became curator of the herbarium and an instructor of botany.
Reel-Item 1.248: Robert Dennis Add to Shelf
Robert Dennis was born on October 29, 1921, in Buffalo, Wyoming. He received a bachelor’s degree in agronomy at Washington State. Dennis served in the US Air Force as a pilot from 1942 to 1945. In 1951, he became an officer for the USAF. Beginning in 1959, Dennis worked as an associate professor of air science at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.249: Kostas N. Dervitsiotis Add to Shelf
Kostas N. Dervitsiotis was born in Pyrgos, Greece. He studied industrial engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree from Fresno State College in 1962, a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1965, and a doctorate degree from Oregon State in 1967. Dervitsiotis became a faculty member in mechanical and industrial engineering at Oregon State in 1967.
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Box-Item 5.21: Allan Edward Deutsch Add to Shelf
Agriculture
Box-Item 2.131: Wayne E. Deveney Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.250: Elvis A. Dickason Add to Shelf
Elvis A. Dickason was born on October 9, 1919, in Hillsboro, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1947 and a master’s degree in 1949 from Oregon State. Dickason worked as a research assistant from 1949 to 1951 and as an assistant professor of entomology beginning in 1951.
Reel-Item 1.251: Clifton Dickerson Add to Shelf
Clifton Dickerson was from Silverton, Oregon. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon and a master’s degree in industrial relations from Stanford University. Dickerson became Oregon State’s Civil Service Coordinator in the 1970s. He was responsible for keeping approximately 2700 civil service positions on campus filled, including interviews, counseling, employee relations, and enforcement of Civil Service regulations.
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Reel-Item 1.252: U.M. Dickey Add to Shelf
U. M. Dickey was from Seattle, Washington. He was a leader in the Pacific Northwest agricultural industry, in particular the Oregon dairy industry. Due to his leadership, Oregon State awarded him an honorary doctorate of laws degree in 1934.
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Veterinary Medicine. Deceased 1993
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Reel-Item 1.253: Frank H.J. Dickmann Add to Shelf
Frank H. J. Dickmann was born on October 31, 1907, in Brooklyn, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1951 from Oregon State in agricultural economics. Dickmann remained at the university after graduating, working as a research assistant. Later, he became a faculty member and a junior agricultural economist.
Box-Item 5.22: Vern Dickinson Add to Shelf
Exercise and Sports Science
Reel-Item 1.254: S.M. Dietz Add to Shelf
S.M. Dietz was born in Garner, Iowa. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1917 and master’s degree in 1918 from Iowa State College, briefly studied at Cornell University, and then returned to Iowa State College to obtain a doctorate in 1924. He was an assistant and associate pathologist for the USDA from 1919-1927. He then worked at various institutions as a professor of plant pathology. Iin 1947, Dietz joined Oregon State as the head of the department in botany and plant pathology. He died in 1962.
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Reel-Item 1.255: David W. Digby Add to Shelf
David W. Digby was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 11, 1930. He received a bachelor’s degree from Reed College in 1957. Digby worked for Tektronix, Inc., from 1956 to 1959. He worked as a graduate assistant at Oregon State from 1960 to 1962.
Reel-Item 1.256: David Eugene Dillard Add to Shelf
David Eugene Dillard was born on August 14, 1933, in Los Angeles, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Oregon State in 1959. After graduating, Dillard became a faculty member in general engineering. He also worked as an advisor in Oregon State’s men’s residence halls.
Box-Item 2.136: John Richard Dilworth Add to Shelf
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Fisheries and Wildlife
Reel-Item 1.257: Charles G. Dimon, Jr. Add to Shelf
Captain Charles G. Dimon, Jr. was a professor of naval science in the Oregon State NROTC unit from 1973 to 1976. He received the Navy’s Meritorious Service Medal for his service as a leader of the NROTC in 1976.
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Reel-Item 1.258: Maureen Dion Add to Shelf
Maureen Dion was born on June 18, 1940, in Hartford, Connecticut. She received a bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph College in 1962 and a master’s degree from the University of Detroit in 1965. Dion became an instructor of mathematics at Oregon State in 1969.
Reel-Item 1.259: Belva Dixon Add to Shelf
Myra Belva (née Pierce) Dixon was born in Ventura, Iowa, on December 24, 1892. She first enrolled at Oregon State in 1907, but dropped out in 1910 to be married. She returned to Oregon State in 1920 when her husband died of influenza. Dixon studied commerce and mathematics. After graduating in 1922, she became an instructor of mathematics at Oregon State. Dixon then worked as a schedule clerk from 1943 until her retirement in 1957. She died in 1959.
Reel-Item 1.260: James Victor Dixon Add to Shelf
James Victor Dixon was born in Yakima, Washington, on March 5, 1904. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1927. From that year until 1942, he worked as a line football coach at Oregon State. He also received a master's degree in 1938 from Oregon State. Dixon became a faculty member in 1946, ultimately becoming the director of the division of physical education until his death in 1966. Dixon Recreation Center was named for him and his wife, Jeanette Brauns Dixon.
Reel-Item 1.261: Jeanette Brauns Dixon Add to Shelf
Jeanette (née Brauns) Dixon was born on July 2, 1907. She worked as an associate professor of physical education at Oregon State from 1940 to 1973, when she retired. Dixon headed a program to adapt physical education teaching methods to disabled children. Dixon Recreation Center was named for her and her husband, James Victor Dixon.
Reel-Item 1.262: Jeannie Dixon Add to Shelf
Jeannie Dixon was born on December 21, 1906, in St. Paul, Minnesota. She attended Northwestern University and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1929 and a master’s degree in 1930. Dixon worked for a time in the circulation offices of Time, Life, and Fortune in Chicago and as an assistant professor at Montana State College before joining Oregon State University as a faculty member in English.
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Reel-Item 1.263: Norman D. Dobie Add to Shelf
Norman D. Dobie was born on September 11, 1922, in Clear Lake, South Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1947 from South Dakota State and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1952. That year, Dobie began working as a faculty member at Oregon State, ultimately becoming an associate plant pathologist. He died in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.264: Alan Dodd Add to Shelf
Alan Dodd was born on February 12, 1917, in New York City. He received a bachelor’s degree in American History from Yale in 1939. After graduating, he worked primarily in journalism and public relations. Dodd worked for Time, Inc. and The New Haven Register in the 1940s. He then became the director of public and alumni relations at the Gunnery School (now the Frederick Gunn School), a private secondary school in Washington, Connecticut.
Box-Item 5.129: Brian Dodd Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.265: Norris E. Dodd Add to Shelf
Norris E. Dodd was born on July 20, 1879, in Chickasaw County, Iowa. From 1903 to 1933, he was a registered pharmacist, built and operated telephone lines, and worked as a livestock feeding operator in Oregon. In 1912, Dodd became a ranch owner in Haines. He began working for the Oregon State Agricultural Conservation Committee in the 1930s, moving to the federal level to ultimately become the the Chief of the Agricultural Adjustment Agency from 1943-1945, the Under-Secretary of Agriculture from 1946-1948, and the director of the General Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations from 1948 -1954. Oregon State awarded him an honorary doctorate in 1958.
Box-Item 9.65: Norris E. Dodd Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.23: Allan H. Doerksen Add to Shelf
Forest Science
Reel-Item 1.266: Harvey W. Doerring Add to Shelf
Harvey W. Doerring was born on February 23, 1942, in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He received a bachelor’s degree from Wisconsin State University in 1964 and a master’s degree from the University of Oregon in 1967. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.267: David T. Doherty Add to Shelf
David T. Doherty was born in Baker, Oregon, on September 23, 1942. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1965 and a master’s in education in 1966. While attending Oregon State, Doherty served as Head Resident at Wilson Hall. Doherty then attended the University of Oregon beginning in 1968, where he received a doctorate. In 1970, Doherty was brought on to Oregon State as area coordinator in the Residence Programs Office. He died in 1974.
Reel-Item 1.268: Sam Dolan Add to Shelf
Samuel Michael Patrick “Sam” Dolan was born on August 14, 1884. He played football at Notre Dame from 1906 to 1909. In 1909, he began his studies at Oregon State. In 1911, Dolan became head football coach at Oregon State. He worked as a civil engineer until his death in 1944.
Reel-Item 1.269: Hollis M. Dole Add to Shelf
Hollis M. Dole was born in Paonia, California. He graduated from Oregon State in 1940 with a bachelor’s degree in geology and in 1942 with a master’s degree. Dole worked at the Oregon State Department of Geology and Minerals Industries from 1956 to 1969. That year, President Nixon named him assistant secretary in the Department of the Interior. In 1972, Hollis received an Honorary Doctor of Engineering Degree from Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology. In 1973, he left the Department of the Interior to become General Manager of Colony Development Operations for the Atlantic Richfield Company in Colorado. Oregon State awarded Dole with the Distinguished Service Award in 1973. He died in 1987.
Reel-Item 1.270: Henrietta J. Doltz Add to Shelf
Henrietta J. Doltz was born on May 4, 1906, in Iloilo in the Philippine Islands. She received a bachelor’s degree from Park College in Missouri in 1928. In 1931, she graduated from the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing in New York City, becoming a registered nurse. In 1938, Doltz received a master’s degree in nursing. She worked as a professor of nursing at Oregon State, as well as the director of the School of Nursing at the University of Oregon Medical School in Portland, Oregon (now Oregon Health & Science University).
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Reel-Item 1.271: David T. Doughety Add to Shelf
David T. Dougherty is a misspelling of David T. Doherty (Reel-Item 1.267). This document describes Doherty's appointment as assistant dean in charge of supervising the residential housing program at Linfield College in 1974.
Reel-Item 1.272: Dorothy Janet Douglas Add to Shelf
Dorothy Janet Douglas was born on August 10, 1924, in Eugene, Oregon. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon in 1946 and a master’s degree from Syracuse University in 1948. Douglas worked as the assistant to the Dean of Women at the University of Colorado from 1948 to 1953. She was appointed Assistant Dean of Women in 1953 at Oregon State University.
Reel-Item 1.273: Sharon M. Douglas Add to Shelf
Sharon M. Douglas was born on July 2, 1950, in Beach, North Dakota. She attended the University of Montana and received a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1971 and attended San Diego State to receive a master’s degree in accounting. She became an instructor in accounting at Oregon State in 1972.
Box-Item 9.66: Sharon M. Douglas Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.274: Carl Gordon Downing Add to Shelf
Carl Gordon Downing was born on July 29, 1929, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1953, and then went on to earn a master’s in 1956 and a doctorate in 1960 from the University of Wisconsin. Downing began teaching chemical engineering at Oregon State in 1964.
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Reel-Item 1.275: Tom Downs Add to Shelf
Donald Thomas Downs earned a bachelor's degree in 1948 and a master's degree in 1949 from Nebraska. In 1954, he graduated with a doctorate from Iowa. Downs became a faculty member in economics at Oregon State in 1956. He was awarded a $1,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to take part in a summer research seminar entitled “Money and Income” at Stanford University. Downs remained at Oregon State until about 1961.
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Reel-Item 1.276: John A. Dracup Add to Shelf
John A. Dracup was born on July 14, 1934, in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from Washington University in 1956 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a master’s degree in civil engineering. In 1960, Dracup became a faculty member in civil engineering at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.69: John A. Dracup Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.130: Ellen T. Drake Add to Shelf
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Crew Coach
Box-Item 5.131: Karl Drobnic Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.277: Ulysses Grant Dubach Add to Shelf
Ulysses G. Dubach was born on November 9, 1880, in Wathena, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1908, a master’s degree from Harvard University in 1909, and a doctorate from Wisconsin University in 1913. That year, Dubach began his teaching career as a political science professor at Oregon State. In 1924, he became head of the political science department and the first Dean of Men. Dubach retired in 1947 and went on to receive a doctor of laws degree from Willamette University in 1952 and a doctor of humane letters degree from Lewis and Clark College 1958. In 1951, The Oregonian included Dubach in a list of 100 men who contributed to the development of Oregon in its first century of history. He received Oregon State’s Distinguished Service Award in 1967. Dubach died in 1972.
Box-Item 2.146: Marvin C. Dubbe Richard G. Dudley Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.278: George A. Dubinski Add to Shelf
George A. Dubinski was born on February 24, 1932, in Portland, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State in 1958 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and again in 1960 with a master’s degree in the same field. He worked as a graduate assistant at Oregon State from 1958-1959, and then as a faculty member in electrical engineering beginning in 1959.
Box-Item 9.70: George A. Dubinski Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.279: May DuBois Add to Shelf
May DuBois was born on September 16, 1909, in Denver, Colorado. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1931 and a master’s degree in 1939 from Colorado A&M. She then went on to Ohio State University, where she received a doctorate in 1951. DuBois joined Oregon State as a faculty member in 1939. In 1949, she became the Head of the Department in home economics education. DuBois was named Home Economist of Achievement in 1961. She died in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.280: Andrew A. Duncan Add to Shelf
Andrew A. Duncan was born in Pencaitland, Scotland, on March 13, 1921. He received a doctorate from the University of Maryland. In 1958, he came to Oregon State as a vegetable specialist for the Oregon State Extension Service.
Reel-Item 1.281: Georgena Duncan Add to Shelf
Georgena Duncan was born on December 20, 1944, in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Duncan received a bachelor’s degree in 1966 from the University of Arkansas and a doctorate in 1971 from the University of Liverpool in England. Duncan became a faculty member in history at Oregon State in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.282: James P. Duncan Add to Shelf
James P. Duncan was born in St. Charles, Virginia, on January 19, 1937. He attended Indiana University, receiving a bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1959, a master’s degree in education in 1961, and a doctorate of education in 1965. Duncan became a faculty member at Oregon State and was appointed Associate Dean of Students in 1969. In 1970, he became the Director of Residence Hall Programs.
Box-Item 5.132: Daniel B. Dunham Add to Shelf
Daniel B. Dunham was born on April 18, 1936, in Wendell, Idaho. He studied agricultural education at Oregon State University, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1962 and a master’s degree in 1963. In 1968, Dunham became a faculty member in education at Oregon State. He also served as Associate Director of Project CORE, a pilot program of the School of Education, and was elected president of the Oregon Vocational Association in 1970.
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Reel-Item 1.284: Clarence R. Dunlap Add to Shelf
Clarence R. Dunlap was born on May 21, 1907, in Spokane, Washington. He graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1935. He went on to work for local radio stations in Oregon and Montana, and later became a colonel in the US army. There, Dunlap served on the Department of Defense Ad Hoc committees on the standardization of electronic components and electronic reliability from 1952-1953. After his retirement from the armed forces, he returned to Oregon State as a faculty member in 1959.
Box-Item 9.71: Clarence R. Dunlap Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.133: John M. Dunn Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.285: Luceen J. Dunn Add to Shelf
Luceen J. Dunn was born on November 14, 1943, in Oakland, California. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1965 from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s degree from the University of New Mexico in 1968. During her time as a graduate student, Dunn performed ethnological field work in Mexico for the National Science Foundation and in British Columbia for the National Museum of Canada. She was brought on as a faculty member at Oregon State in 1969.
Reel-Item 1.286: Paul M. Dunn Add to Shelf
Paul M. Dunn was born on October 15, 1898, in Lennox, South Dakota. He earned a bachelor’s degree in forestry from Iowa State College in 1923, and in 1933, graduated from the same institution with a master’s degree. He joined Oregon State as Dean of Forestry in 1942. Dunn also served as the Director of the Oregon State Forest Experiment Station and Director of Oregon Forest Products Laboratory. From 1952-1953, Dunn worked on assignment with the United Nations to help the government of Chile establish a curriculum in forestry at the University of Chile.
Box-Item 9.72: Paul M. Dunn Add to Shelf
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Forestry
Reel-Item 1.287: David Mark Durkee Add to Shelf
David Mark Durkee was born in Jefferson City, Missouri, on October 27, 1921. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago in 1943. He joined the US Navy in 1942, earning the rank of lieutenant. In 1953, Durkee became an assistant professor of naval science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.147: Richard C. Durley Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.148: Jack W. Dutro Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.288: Eva Emery Dye Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.289: Donald Chester Dyer Add to Shelf
Donald Chester Dyer was born on July 8, 1939, in Great Bend, Kansas. He studied pharmacy at the University of Kansas, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1961 and a doctorate in 1965. In 1967, Dyer became a faculty member in pharmacology.
Reel-Item 1.290: Robert D. Dyer Add to Shelf
Robert D. Dyer was a faculty member in psychology and a counselor in the Oregon State University Counseling Center. In 1968, he was selected to participate in the National Training Laboratories Institute for Applied Behavioral Science in Bethal, Maine.
Box-Item 9.73: Robert D. Dyer Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.291: W.P. Dyke Add to Shelf
Walter P. Dyke was born in Forest Grove, Oregon, on December 9, 1914. He studied physics, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1938 from Linfield and a doctorate from the University of Washington in 1946. In addition to founding and serving as director of Linfield Research Institute beginning in 1955, he also served as the chairman of the state Committee on Science, Engineering, and New Technologies and as a member of the National Scientific Advisory Council to Oregon Primate Research Center. Dyke was awarded the Electronic Achievement Award and the Oregon Academy of Science Citation in 1958.
Box-Item 2.149: Dennis P. Dykstra Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.292: C. Theodore Dyrness Add to Shelf
C. Theodore Dyrness was born in Chicago, Illinois, on June 4, 1933. In 1954, he received a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College in Illinois. Dyrness then went on to Oregon State to receive a master’s degree and a doctorate in 1960. He became a faculty member in soil science at Oregon State in 1960. Dyrness worked with the Experiment Station.
Box-Item 2.150: Robert D. Dyson Add to Shelf
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Foods & Nutrition
Box-Item 2.151: Dana L. Eaton Add to Shelf
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Agriculture Information and Extension Communication
Reel-Item 1.293: Paul R. Ecklund Add to Shelf
Paul R. Ecklund was born in Denver, Colorado, on June 20, 1941. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Western State College of Colorado (now Western Colorado University) in 1964 and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1968. Ecklund worked as a faculty member in botany beginning in 1967 during his graduate studies. He returned as a visiting professor in 1972 on a year’s leave from Vassar College.
Reel-Item 1.294: Walter E. Edelman, Jr. Add to Shelf
Walter E. Edelman, Jr. was born on July 15, 1933, in Oregon, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering in 1956 and a master’s of mechanical engineering in 1958. Edelman pursued postgraduate work at the University of California in Los Angeles for two years. He received a doctorate degree at Oregon State, as well as a faculty member in mechanical engineering.
Box-Item 9.74: Walter E. Edelman, Jr. Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.295: Jack Victor Edling Add to Shelf
Jack Victor Edling was born October 10, 1918, in Moorhead, Minnesota. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa, a master’s of education from the University of Nebraska in 1954, and a doctorate from the University of Nebraska in 1956. Edling became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1964, working as the head of instructional research and materials center.
Reel-Item 1.296: Lynn Ramsay Edminster Add to Shelf
Lynn Ramsey Edminster was born in Sparland, Illinois, on January 2, 1893. He received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University in 1916 and a doctorate degree from Brookings Institution in 1930. He served as special assistant to the US Secretary of State alongside several governmental committee posts. Edminster also worked as a faculty member in economics, commerce, and foreign service at several universities, including Georgetown University and American University.
Box-Item 9.75: Lynn Ramsay Edminster Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.297: James D. Edmonds, Jr. Add to Shelf
James D. Edmonds, Jr., was born on July 28, 1939, in Texarkana, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 from San Diego State and a doctorate in 1967 from Cornell University. Edmonds worked as a visiting assistant professor of physics at Oregon State from 1972 to 1973.
Box-Item 2.152: Clara W. Edaburn Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.153: Alan W. Ede Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.154: Kenneth W. Edwards Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.24: Louis L. Edwards Add to Shelf
Office of Career Planning and Placement
Box-Item 4.90: M. Lowell Edwards Add to Shelf
Starr-Edwards Mitral Heart Valve
Reel-Item 1.298: Webley Edwards Add to Shelf
Webley Edwards studied business administration at Oregon State, graduating in 1927. While in Corvallis, he worked for campus publications and broadcasted on the KOAC radio station. After graduating, he became a radio broadcaster and manager of Hawaiian radio station KGMB. Edwards is remembered for being a reliable source of information for Hawaiian residents after the invasion of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Box-Item 2.155: Douglas M. Egan Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.156: A. Marie Egbert Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.299: Lawrence M. Eger Add to Shelf
Lawrence M. Eger was born in Chicago, Illinois, on September 16, 1923. He received a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University in 1948. He then went on to Purdue University, where he received a master’s degree in 1953 and a doctorate in 1954. Eger became a faculty member in psychology at Oregon State in 1958.
Box-Item 4.92: John Eggers Add to Shelf
Sports Information
Reel-Item 1.300: David R. Ehalt Add to Shelf
David R. Ehalt was born on October 28, 1936, in New Albany, Indiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 from DePauw University in Indiana. He went on to Yale Divinity School, where he received a bachelor’s of divinity and a master’s of sacred theology in 1963. In 1963, he became a Ph.D. candidate at Claremont Graduate School. Ehalt became a faculty member in the Department of Religion at Oregon State in 1966.
Box-Item 2.157: Walter R. Eichler Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.301: Arthur Skognan Einarsen Add to Shelf
Arthur Skogman Einarsen was born in Seattle, Washington, on July 30, 1897. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. Einarsen worked in fisheries research and management for many years before becoming a professor and wildlife research biology supervisor at Oregon State in 1935.
Box-Item 2.158: Donna Eiseman Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.134: Ludwig M. Eisgruber Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.302: Sigmund Eisner Add to Shelf
Sigmund Eisner was born on December 9, 1920, in Red Bank, New Jersey. He studied at the University of California, Berkeley, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1947 and a master’s degree in 1949. Eisner then received a doctorate in 1954 from Columbia University. That year, he became a faculty member in English at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.159: Reid Elam Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.303: Robert L. Elder Add to Shelf
Robert L. Elder was born in Louisville, Kentucky, on April 5, 1931. He received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1953 and a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina in 1955. Elder then came to Oregon State, where he received another bachelor’s degree in 1958. In 1964, he graduated from John Hopkins University with a doctorate. Elder worked as a research fellow in the engineering experiment station at Oregon State in the 1950s and became a senior scientist with the US Public Health Service on assignment to the X-Ray Science and Engineering Lab at Oregon State beginning in 1965.
Box-Item 2.160: Bruce Eldridge Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.304: Edward Charles Eliott Add to Shelf
Edward Charles Eliott was born on December 21, 1874, in Chicago, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1895 and a master’s degree in 1897 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Eliott received a doctorate from Columbia University Teachers College. He participated in commissions that carried out early school surveys, including one in Portland, Oregon. Eliott had a long academic career, culminating in his presidency at Purdue University from 1922 to 1945.
Reel-Item 1.305: John A. Ellegood Add to Shelf
John A. Ellegood earned bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees from the College of Pharmacy at the University of Washington. In 1941, he was appointed Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Analysis and chemist for the Oregon State Board of Pharmacy in the drug laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon.
Box-Item 9.76: John A. Ellegood Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.306: B.R. Eller Add to Shelf
Bobby Ray Eller was born on November 23, 1936, in Pampa, Texas. He completed a bachelor’s degree in 1959 from Abilene Christian College and a master’s degree in animal nutrition from Texas A&M University in 1961. Eller was an assistant professor of animal science from 1961-1972 at Oregon State before he went on to Colorado State University to earn his doctorate. He died in 2008.
Box-Item 9.77: B. R. Eller Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.307: William H. Ellett Add to Shelf
William H. Ellett was born on October 10, 1929, in Alliance, Ohio. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1953 and a master’s degree in physics from New York University in 1958. After working as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School and the US Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory, Ellett attended the University of London to obtain a doctorate in radiation physics in 1968. That year, he became a faculty member in radiation biophysics at Oregon State. While at Oregon State, Ellett worked on contract with the Office for Nuclear Regulation to study biophysical models of radiation injury.
Box-Item 9.78: William H. Ellett Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.308: Earl F. Ellington Add to Shelf
Earl F. Ellington was born in Kentucky on November 15, 1933. He studied at the University of Kentucky, receiving bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and went on to the University of California school system to obtain a doctorate. Ellington worked as a research fellow with the Ralston Purina company and the National Institute of Health. In 1962, he became a faculty member in animal science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.79: Earl F. Ellington Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.161: Jim L. Elliott Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.309: Ruth Ann Elliott Add to Shelf
Ruth Ann Elliot was born on April 3, 1942, in Wichita, Kansas. She received a bachelor’s degree from Northwest Missouri State in 1963 and a master’s degree from Colorado State University in 1965. She joined the Oregon State English department as a faculty member in 1965.
Box-Item 9.80: Ruth Ann Elliott Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.162: William P. Elliott Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.25: Barbara G. Ellis Add to Shelf
Journalism
Reel-Item 1.310: Everett L. Ellis Add to Shelf
Everett L. Ellis was born in Kent, Washington, on May 13, 1919. He studied forestry at the University of Washington, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1941. Ellis went on to earn a master’s degree at Michigan State University in 1943 and a doctorate from the University of Washington in 1956. In 1960, Ellis became a senior research associate at Oregon State and later became the head of the Forest Products Research department.
Box-Item 9.81: Everett L. Ellis Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.135: John K. Ellis Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.5: Russell E. Ellis Add to Shelf
Architecture
Reel-Item 1.311: Joseph W. Ellison Add to Shelf
Joseph W. Ellison studied at the University of California in Berkeley. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1924, working as a history professor and head of the history department. Ellison was awarded a Fulbright senior lectureship to Japan.
Reel-Item 1.312: Ronald Henry Engebrecht Add to Shelf
Ronald Henry Engebrecht was born in Oregon City, Oregon, on January 18, 1934. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1956, a master’s degree from Michigan State in 1959, and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1964. Engebrecht became a faculty member in chemistry and food studies at Oregon State during his graduate studies.
Box-Item 5.26: Rudolf Engelbrecht Add to Shelf
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Box-Item 2.163: H.M. Engelking Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.170: William Frederick Engesser Add to Shelf
Industrial and General Engineering
Box-Item 2.164: Mary M. Engessor Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.27: John F. Engle Add to Shelf
Electrical Engineering
Box-Item 5.136: David C. England Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.91: Harold E. Enlows Add to Shelf
Geology
Reel-Item 1.313: Richard Keith Eppley Add to Shelf
Richard Keith Eppley was born on March 2, 1934, in Richland County, Ohio. He received an associate’s degree from Hartnell College in California in 1954, a bachelor’s degree from San Jose State in 1957, and a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1963. Eppley worked as a research and teaching assistant at Oregon State beginning in 1957. In 1965, he became a faculty member in entomology.
Reel-Item 1.314: Leif D. Espenas Add to Shelf
Leif D. Espenas was born on February 18, 1915, in Gasenovia (Cazenovia), New York. He received a bachelor’s degree in forestry from New York State in 1938 and a master’s degree from the University of California in Berkeley in 1940. In 1947, he came to Oregon State as a staff member of the Oregon Forest Products Research Center (now Oregon State’s Forest Research Laboratory). From 1959 to 1961, Espenas served as head of the Department of Forest Products at Oregon State. He died in 1973.
Box-Item 5.137: Robert Ethington Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.315: George H. Eubanks Add to Shelf
George H. Eubanks was born on April 29, 1926, in Ozan, Arkansas. He joined the US Navy in 1944 and the US Army in 1948. He earned the rank of Sergeant First Class and worked at Oregon State as an instructor in 1953.
Box-Item 6.41: Florence Sarah Euren Add to Shelf
Kerr Library
Box-Item 2.165: Frank G. Euren Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.316: Keith Gibson Evan Add to Shelf
Keith Gibson Evan was born on July 4, 1909, in Everett, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1933 from Seattle Pacific College. Evan then went on to the University of Washington, where he received a master’s degree in 1935. From 1941 to 1943, he worked as the head of the Seattle Pacific College English Department. He returned to the University of Washington, where he received a doctorate in 1947. That year, he became a faculty member in English at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.317: Daniel D. Evans Add to Shelf
Daniel D. Evans became a faculty member of soils at Oregon State in 1953. In 1960, he accepted a two-year assignment in Kenya to assist in irrigation development research sponsored by the Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture and the US State Department’s International Cooperation Administration. Evans also served as the vice-chairman of the soil physics division of the Soils Science Society.
Box-Item 9.82: Daniel D. Evans Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.318: Curtiss M. (Cy) Everts Add to Shelf
Curtiss M. Everts was born on October 7, 1908, in Houston, Texas. He attended Texas A&M and graduated in 1930 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. In 1939, he graduated from Harvard University with a master’s degree in sanitary engineering. After serving on the Boards of Health for Texas, Utah, and Oregon, Everts became the director of the Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory in Corvallis, Oregon, in 1963. He also served as a consultant on water pollution control and a member of the advisory committee on public health training for the US Public Health Service.
Box-Item 9.83: Curtiss M. (Cy) Everts Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.319: Robert W. Every Add to Shelf
Robert W. Every was born on March 16, 1910, in Anaheim, California. He graduated from the University of Idaho in 1939. In 1946, Every joined the Oregon State staff as an entomology specialist with the Oregon State Cooperative Extension. He was presented with the USDA Superior Service Award in 1966. Every died in 1970.
Box-Item 2.166: Harold P. Ewalt Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.320: Gerald D. Ewing Add to Shelf
Gerald D. Ewing was born in Alliance, Nebraska, on January 6, 1932. He earned an associate’s degree from the College of Marin in 1955, then attended the University of California at Berkeley to obtain a bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1959. In 1961, he joined Oregon State as an electrical engineering faculty member.
Box-Item 9.84: Gerald D. Ewing Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.321: Frank T. Faha Add to Shelf
Frank T. Faha was born on January 26, 1933, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1955. After graduating, Faha stayed at Oregon State as a research assistant.
Reel-Item 1.322: Dwight W. Fairbanks Add to Shelf
Dwight W. Fairbanks was born on July 8, 1920, in Fort Collins, Colorado. He received a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State in 1942, a master’s degree from Michigan State in 1956, and a doctorate from the University of Oregon in 1968. Fairbanks worked at Oregon State beginning in 1955 with the Cooperative Extension Service. He served as a visual instruction specialist, and later, a specialist in Development and professor of adult education.
Reel-Item 1.323: J. Leo Fairbanks Add to Shelf
J. Leo Fairbanks was born in Payson, Utah, in 1878. He attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree before studying in Paris, where he attended the Beaux Arts, the Académie Colarossi, the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, and the Académie Julian. At Académie Julian, Fairbanks was one of few Americans to earn honors in painting and sculpture. When he returned to the United States, Fairbanks worked at the University of New York, Columbia University, and the University of Chicago. He also served as the supervisor of art in Salt Lake City public schools, for which he earned national recognition. Fairbanks became a faculty member in art and architecture at Oregon State, serving as head of the department from 1923-1946. He also served as chairman of the art section of the Oregon State Teachers Association. Fairbanks died in 1946.
Box-Item 9.85: J. Leo Fairbanks Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.167: Karan Anne Fairchild Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.168: Burr Fancher Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.169: James B. Farnes Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.324: Jane Farr Add to Shelf
Jane Farr was born on July 28, 1940, in Hartford, Connecticut. She received a bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State College in 1962 and a master’s degree from Pennsylvania State in 1963. Farr became a physical education instructor at Oregon State in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.325: Bernard J. Farrell Add to Shelf
Bernard J. Farrell was born on March 4, 1925, in Portland, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Portland in 1950 and a master’s of education from the University of Oregon in 1956. After graduating, Farrell came to Oregon State to earn a doctorate in education. He graduated in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.326: Nathan Fasten Add to Shelf
Nathan Fasten was born on December 4, 1887, in Austria. He came to the United States at two years old. He graduated from the College of the City of New York with a bachelor’s degree in chemical biology in 1910. He then went on to the University of Wisconsin, where he earned a doctorate in zoology in 1914. Fasten joined Oregon State in 1920 as a professor and head of the department of zoology. He resigned in 1944, when he went on to work for the Washington State Water Pollution Commission. Fasten died in 1953.
Reel-Item 1.327: Duncan O. Faus Add to Shelf
Duncan O. Faus was born on October 20, 1923, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s of education from Lewis and Clark College in 1950. In 1958, Faus graduated from Oregon State with another master’s degree. After graduating, he stayed at Oregon State as a mathematics instructor.
Reel-Item 1.328: Kuarjavcev Fedor Add to Shelf
Kuarjavcev Fedor was born April 23, 1899. He was raised in Russia and Czechoslovakia. In 1918, he graduated from the Seminarium Charkov with a bachelor’s degree. In 1928, he received a master’s degree in forestry engineering from the Technical University of Prague. Fedor worked in the forestry industry until 1958, when he was brought on to the Forest Research Center in Corvallis. He became an assistant professor of forest management at Oregon State in July 1962.
Box-Item 2.170: Michael Fehler Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.329: Grant S. Feikert Add to Shelf
Grant S. Feikert was born on March 20, 1906, in Days Creek, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, earning a bachelor’s in electrical engineering in 1930, a master’s in physics in 1932, and a doctorate in electrical engineering in 1937. Feikert became a faculty member in electrical engineering at Oregon State in 1937.
Box-Item 9.86: Grant S. Feikert Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.330: Dorothy Fenner Add to Shelf
Dorothy Fenner was born on September 9, 1917, in Tacoma, Washington. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1939 and a master’s degree in 1941 from Oregon State. After graduating, Fenner served in the Women’s Army Corps as a code-breaker and secretary from 1943 to 1945. She returned to Oregon State as an instructor in food science and nutrition.
Box-Item 5.28: George Roy Ferguson Add to Shelf
Entomology
Reel-Item 1.331: John E. Ferguson, Jr. Add to Shelf
John E. Ferguson, Jr. was born on April 3, 1943, in Marietta, Georgia. He attended Oregon State from 1961 to 1966, graduating with a bachelor’s degree and a master’s in business administration. After graduating, Ferguson stayed at Oregon State as a faculty member in business administration.
Reel-Item 1.332: Joseph R. Fernandez Add to Shelf
Joseph R. Fernandez was born on October 5, 1938, in St. Louis, Missouri. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Pan American College in Texas. He then went on to Oregon State, where he served as the assistant director of minority and special service programs. Fernandez graduated from Oregon State in 1970 with a master’s degree with focus in psychology, sociology, and education.
Reel-Item 1.333: Charles Griffiths Ferreira Add to Shelf
Charles Griffiths Ferreira was born on October 4, 1931, in Joubertina in the Republic of South Africa. He attended the University of South Africa, graduating with bachelor’s degree in commerce in 1960 and a master’s of business administration in 1964. Ferreira then attended the University of Washington to receive a doctorate in business administration in 1966. The same year, he came to Oregon State to become a faculty member in business administration.
Box-Item 9.87: Charles Griffiths Ferreira Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.171: William K. Ferrell Add to Shelf
Forest Management
Reel-Item 1.334: Blake Franklyn Ferris Add to Shelf
Blake Franklyn Ferris was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on June 26, 1944. He attended the University of New Brunswick and graduated in 1965 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He then went on to the University of Oregon, receiving a master’s degree in 1966 and becoming a doctoral candidate in 1968. Any degrees beyond this date are unknown. Ferris was hired as an instructor of men’s physical education at Oregon State in 1969.
Box-Item 9.88: Blake Franklyn Ferris Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.29: Jeremy Ferries Add to Shelf
Veterinary Medecine
Box-Item 4.93: Craig Fertig Add to Shelf
Football Coach
Reel-Item 1.335: George C. Fetter Add to Shelf
George C. Fetter was born on December 4, 1920, in Rochester, New York. He graduated in 1943 from Hamilton College with a bachelor’s degree. Fetter then went on to Cornell University, receiving a master’s degree in 1947 and a doctorate in 1950. Before employment at Oregon State, Fetter served as chairman in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at American University in Beirut, Lebanon. He also worked as a regional representative of the American Association of University Professors, as well as received a State Department grant to study foreign aid in Pakistan, India, Nepal, Iran, Jordan, Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, and Israel. Fetter joined Oregon State in 1961 as a faculty member in sociology.
Box-Item 9.89: George C. Fetter Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.336: Robert O. Fetvedt Add to Shelf
Robert O. Fetvedt was born in Fergus Falls, Minnesota, on May 4, 1917. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota in 1950. After holding positions in the library at the University of Minnesota, Fetvedt became an engineering librarian at Oregon State in 1952.
Box-Item 5.138: Eugene Fichter Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.30: Cyrus W. Field Add to Shelf
Geology
Reel-Item 1.337: Katherina Filips-Juswigg Add to Shelf
Katherina Filips-Juswigg was born on December 7, 1921, in Senkov, USSR. She received a bachelor’s degree in history from the Teachers College in Vinnitsa, USSR, in 1941. Filips-Juswigg then went on to the University of Montreal, where she received a master’s degree in 1955 and a doctorate in 1961 in Slavic studies. In 1962, she became a faculty member in Russian at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.338: Ronald E. Filipy Add to Shelf
Ronald E. Filipy was born on January 9, 1940, in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He attended Moorhead State College (Minnesota State University), and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1962 and a master’s degree in 1966. He became an instructor at Oregon State in 1969.
Reel-Item 1.339: Robert William Filmer Add to Shelf
Robert William Filmer was born on June 2, 1932, in Binghamton, New York. He attended Cornell University, graduating in 1956 with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and in 1957 with a second bachelor’s degree in structures, power, and machinery. Filmer then went on to Colorado State University, where he received a master’s degree in hydraulic engineering in 1964 and a doctorate in fluid mechanics in 1965. He became a faculty member in civil engineering in 1966 at Oregon State. Filmer died in 2015.
Reel-Item 1.340: Arthur Finch Add to Shelf
Arthur Finch was born in England. He studied at Imperial College from 1948 to 1953, where he received a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate degree in chemistry. Finch became a faculty member in chemistry at Oregon State in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.341: Elizabeth W. Finch Add to Shelf
Elizabeth W. Finch was born on December 6, 1943, in Warrenton, Virginia. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1967 from Radcliffe College in Massachusetts. Finch became a librarian at Oregon State in 1970.
Reel-Item 1.342: Margaret L. Fincke Add to Shelf
Margaret L. Fincke was born on October 24, 1900 in Astoria, New York. She received a doctorate in nutrition and worked as a nutritionist for Oregon State’s home economics department from 1935 to 1968. Fincke served as head of the foods and nutrition department from 1944 and acting dean of the college of home economics from 1948 to 1949 and from 1963 to 1965. She was awarded the Golden Torch Award from the Oregon Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs in 1973.
Box-Item 2.171: Margaret L. Fincke Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.343: William Lovell Finley Add to Shelf
William Lovell Finley was born in Santa Clara, California, on August 9, 1876. He was a known wildlife photographer and was elected president of the Oregon Audubon Society in 1906. The next year, he published \"American Birds.\" Finley would go on to publish a second book called \"Little Bird Blue.\"  Oregon State conferred an honorary degree upon him in 1931, and in 1933, he visited Oregon State as a lecturer.  Finley died on June 29, 1953.
Reel-Item 1.344: Harold E. Finnel Add to Shelf
Harold E. Finnel graduated from Oregon State in 1936 with a bachelor’s in agronomy. From that time on, he worked at Oregon State as a seed certification specialist. He was elected president of the International Crop Improvement Association for 1958-1959.
Box-Item 9.90: Harold E. Finnel Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.139: David F. Finnigan Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.345: Ronald A. Finston Add to Shelf
Ronald A. Finston was born on January 27, 1937, in Chicago, Illinois. In 1957, he received a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Chicago. He went on to receive a master’s degree in physics from Vanderbilt University in 1959, and a doctorate in biophysics from Cornell University in 1965. That year, Finston became an associate professor of radiological physics at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.346: Dennis Udell Fisher Add to Shelf
Dennis Udell Fisher was born on September 29, 1941, in Mount Vernon, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from Washington State in 1967. He then went on to Michigan State, where he received a master’s degree in 1970 and a doctorate in 1972. Beginning in 1971, Fisher worked at Oregon State as a community development economist in the department of agricultural economics.
Reel-Item 1.347: D. W. Fishler Add to Shelf
D. W. Fishler was born on August 31, 1918, in Timber Lake, South Dakota. He attended Oregon State, graduating in 1942 with a bachelor’s degree. Fishler became an agronomist at Oregon State in 1953 while at the same time serving as an agronomist for the USDA.
Box-Item 2.172: Herbert H. Fisher Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.173: R. Barry Fisher Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.174: James B. Fitch Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.175: Thomas J. Fitzgerald Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.174: Duane S. Fitzgerald Add to Shelf
Memorial Union Building Manager
Reel-Item 1.348: James J. Fitzpatrick Add to Shelf
James J. Fitzpatrick, Jr. was born on August 22, 1937, in Yonkers, New York. He graduated from Georgetown University with a bachelor’s degree in 1959. After graduating, Fitzpatrick joined the Signal Corps and became a captain in the US Army. He served in the cadet staff at Oregon State beginning in August 1966.
Reel-Item 1.349: Wilson Clark Flake Add to Shelf
Wilson Clark Flake was born on February 28, 1906, in Newport News, Virginia. He attended Emerson Institute and Georgetown University before entering government service. In 1929, he was appointed assistant foreign trade commissioner and held several foreign service appointments. At the height of his career, Flake was counselor of the US Embassy in Ghana, a position he held until his retirement in 1960. In the mid-1940s, Flake gave the presentation “What the Foreign Service Is and Does” to political science and international relations students at Oregon State. He died in 1977.
Box-Item 9.91: Wilson Clark Flake Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.94: Arnold Flath Add to Shelf
Physical Education
Reel-Item 1.350: Arthur Sherwood Flemming Add to Shelf
Arthur Sherwood Flemming was born on June 12, 1905, in Kingston, New York. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University.  He later served as the president of his alma mater, Macalester College in Minnesota, and of the University of Oregon. From 1958 to 1961, he was the United States Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. Flemming also was the chairman of the White House Conference on Aging in 1971. He visited Oregon State the same year to confer with community members interested in work with the aging population.
Box-Item 2.176: Gerhard Ragnvald Flood Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.95: Richard Leon Floyd Add to Shelf
Agricultural Experiment Station
Reel-Item 1.351: Stephen T. Flynn Add to Shelf
Stephen T. Flynn was born on May 31, 1938, in San Francisco, California. He attended Oregon State, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1962. Flynn served in the Marine Corps from 1962 to 1967, when he received a Bronze Star for his service in the Vietnam War. In 1967, he returned to Oregon State and received a master’s degree in education in 1938. In 1969, Flynn began working as assistant director of the financial aid office.
Reel-Item 1.352: Edward L. Foland Add to Shelf
Edward L. Foland was born on December 9, 1942, in Worth, Missouri. He studied agriculture at the University of Missouri, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1965 and a master’s degree in 1966. Following two years of service in the Vietnam War, he became an assistant in the International Plant Protection Center at Oregon State in 1969.
Reel-Item 1.353: Thomas H. Foote Add to Shelf
Thomas H. Foote was born on September 25, 1937, in Ipswich, Massachusetts. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma and a master’s of education from the Oregon College of Education (Western Oregon University) in Monmouth. In 1968, Foote began working as a research assistant and then became an instructor at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.172: Wilson H. Foote Add to Shelf
Crop Science and Agricultural Experiment Station; deceased December 1993.
Reel-Item 1.354: Daniel Morgan Ford Add to Shelf
Daniel Morgan Ford was born on April 5, 1942, in Medford, Oregon. He studied at Oregon State from 1960 to 1966, where he earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree. Ford became a teaching assistant in biology at Oregon State in 1964.
Reel-Item 1.355: Richard Earl Ford Add to Shelf
Richard Earl Ford was born on May 25, 1933, in Des Moines, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1956 from Iowa State University, and then went on to Cornell University to receive a master’s degree in 1959 and a doctorate in 1961. He was employed by Oregon State and the United States Department of Agriculture as a research plant pathologist and assistant professor from 1961 to 1965.
Box-Item 9.92: Richard Earl Ford Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.356: Robert Estes Fore Add to Shelf
Robert Estes Fore was born on November 3, 1907, in Missouri. He attended Iowa State University and the University of Illinois. He became a faculty member at Oregon State in 1936 as a professor of farm crops. Fore attended several foreign assignments, including agricultural work in Nigeria and Thailand. He died in 1971.
Box-Item 9.93: Robert Estes Fore Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.177: Judith F. Forest Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.357: Kathryn E. Forrest Add to Shelf
Kathryn E. Forrest was born in Johnson County, Indiana, on January 9, 1924. She received a bachelor’s degree in education from Indiana Central College (University of Indianapolis) in 1944 and a master’s of library science from the University of Southern California in 1958. Forrest held several positions in libraries across California before she became the head of the science-technology division of Oregon State Libraries in 1971.
Box-Item 4.96: Herman C. Forslund Add to Shelf
Pharmacy
Box-Item 2.178: Larry G. Forslund Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.358: William O. Forster Add to Shelf
William O. Forster was born on July 2, 1927, in Dearborn, Michigan. He studied at Michigan State University, and graduated in 1951 with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and 1952 with a master’s degree. Forster then went on to the University of Hawaii, where he received a doctorate in chemistry in 1966. He became an assistant professor of oceanography that year.
Reel-Item 1.359: Warren Ellsworth Forsythe Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.360: Pearl B. Forth Add to Shelf
Pearl B. Forth was born on May 3, 1921, in Lot, Kentucky. She studied at the University of Michigan and graduated in 1942 with a bachelor’s degree. After working with the US Engineers and as a research assistant at the University of Michigan, Forth became a research assistant with the department of agricultural chemistry at Oregon State in 1952.
Reel-Item 1.361: Carl Lawrence Foster Add to Shelf
Carl Lawrence Foster was born in Silver City, New Mexico, on April 29, 1944. He received a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State in 1966. Foster then attended the University of Nebraska from 1966 to 1970, earning a master’s degree and a doctorate. That year, he became an assistant professor of nutrition. Foster worked at what was previously known as the Squaw Butte Experiment Station; the station is now a part of the Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center.
Box-Item 5.31: Lee Russell Foster Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.362: Larry Foster Add to Shelf
Larry is the nickname of Carl Lawrence Foster (Reel-Item 1.361). This file contains earlier biographical files.
Box-Item 6.6: Roy Foster Add to Shelf
Health
Reel-Item 1.363: Alice Dalbey Foulk Add to Shelf
Alice Dalbey Foulk attended Indiana University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing. She then went on to receive her master’s degree in English literature from the University of Illinois. Before coming to Oregon State, Dalbey taught English literature at the University of Colorado and served as administrative assistant to the national director of the “American Heritage” project. Beginning in 1959, Dalbey worked as assistant editor at the Oregon State agriculture experiment station. In 1962, she was appointed assistant dean of women.
Box-Item 9.94: Alice Dalbey Foulk Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.364: Gerald A. Fowler Add to Shelf
Gerald A. Fowler was born on June 1, 1934. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1957. Fowler became an assistant professor of geological oceanography at Oregon State in 1964. He was awarded a doctorate from the University of Southern California in 1965.
Reel-Item 1.365: W.Y. Fowler Add to Shelf
W. Y. Fowler was born on November 3, 1929, in Llano, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State in 1949 and a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1958. Fowler became a livestock marketing specialist for Oregon State in 1955.
Reel-Item 1.366: Carroll W. Fox Add to Shelf
Carroll W. Fox was born in Denver, Colorado, on March 7, 1918. He graduated from Colorado A&M in 1943 with a bachelor’s degree in animal husbandry and from the University of California, Davis in 1951 with a doctorate in animal genetics. Fox worked as a faculty member at Oregon State in the department of animal science from 1955-1969.
Box-Item 9.95: Carroll W. Fox Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.173: Dorothy B. Fox Add to Shelf
Art
Box-Item 2.179: Albert Frank Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.367: Rudolph Joseph Frank Add to Shelf
Rudolph Joseph Frank was born on February 24, 1943 in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1966, he received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Seattle University. He then received a master’s degree and a doctorate at Oregon State University. While a graduate student, Frank was an instructor in electrical engineering and also worked as special assistant to the dean of engineering.
Box-Item 2.180: William F. Frank Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.368: Jack Richard Franklin Add to Shelf
Jack Richard Franklin was born on October 17, 1944, in Banner Elk, North Carolina. In 1969, he received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State. He continued at Oregon State and received a master's degree in pharmacy. Beginning in 1972, Franklin worked as an instructor while in graduate school.
Reel-Item 1.369: Jerry F. Franklin Add to Shelf
Jerry F. Franklin was born on October 27, 1936, in Waldport, Oregon. He received bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1961 from Oregon State, and went on to Washington State University to receive a doctorate degree in 1966. He performed research and was a plant ecologist for the US Forest Service units at Oregon State beginning in 1959. In 1968, Franklin was appointed principal plant ecologist for the US Forest Service. He became an associate professor at Oregon State in 1969. Franklin received several awards for his career accomplishments, including the Distinguished Scientist Award of the Northwest Scientific Association in 1970 and the US Department of Agriculture Distinguished Service Award in 1970.
Box-Item 9.96: Jerry F. Franklin Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.370: Dorothy K. Fraser Add to Shelf
Dorothy K. Fraser was born on December 31, 1913, in New York. Fraser graduated from Radcliffe College in 1936 with a bachelor’s degree and in 1938 with a master’s degree. In 1954, Fraser received a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1964, Fraser became a faculty member at Oregon State in microbial genetics and molecular biology.
Box-Item 9.97: Dorothy K. Fraser Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.371: Guyot Frazier Add to Shelf
Guyot Frazier was born on April 16, 1922, in Olympia, Washington. He attended Purdue University, where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Frazier became a faculty member in psychology at Oregon State in 1952.
Box-Item 9.98: Guyot Frazier Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.175: William A. Frazier Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Reel-Item 1.372: George Fredeen Add to Shelf
George Fredeen was born in Grants Pass, Oregon, on February 2, 1925. He graduated from Oregon State in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree and from Louisiana State University in 1964 with a master’s degree. He worked as a faculty member in landscape architecture at Oregon State from 1956-1962, and returned to Oregon State after receiving his master’s degree. Fredeen left Oregon State in 1972.
Box-Item 9.99: George Freedeen Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.373: H.D. Fredericks Add to Shelf
H. D. Fredericks was born in 1926, in Staten Island, New York. He graduated from Holy Cross College in 1947 with a bachelor’s degree, from the University of Maryland in 1954 with a master’s degree, and from Stanford University in 1959 with a doctorate. Fredericks served in the Navy before joining the Marine Corps in 1947. He worked as an instructor in English Composition and Literature in the US Naval Academy and at the University of Maryland before becoming a faculty member in Naval Science at Oregon State in 1965.
Box-Item 9.100: H.D. Fredericks Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.181: Richard L. Fredriksen Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.182: Mike Freed Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.7: Virgil H. Freed Add to Shelf
Agricultural Chemistry
Reel-Item 1.374: Charles W. Freede Add to Shelf
Charles W. Freede was born in Pueblo, Colorado, on September 12, 1918. He attended Pueblo Junior College but did not obtain a degree, going on to serve in the US Army in World War II and the Korean War. In 1952, Freede became a faculty member in military science and tactics. He was promoted to Sergeant First Class soon after. He died in 1988.
Box-Item 9.101: Charles W. Freede Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.375: Barry N. Freeman Add to Shelf
Barry N. Freeman was born on March 18, 1930, in Tucson, Arizona. He received a bachelor’s degree in animal husbandry in 1951, and a master’s degree in range management in 1955 from the University of Arizona. Freeman came to Oregon State in 1958, working as a faculty member and as an extension range management specialist.
Box-Item 9.102: Barry N. Freeman Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.183: Michael J. Freiling Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.376: D.R. French Add to Shelf
D. R. French received a bachelor’s degree from Reed College, a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, and a doctorate from Stanford University. He was a faculty member at Oregon State in economics and sociology beginning in the early 1930s. In 1933, French was appointed local editor of the Commonwealth Review, a social sciences journal published by the University of Oregon.
Box-Item 9.103: D. R. French Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.184: Arthur H. Freundt Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.185: Bruce E. Frey Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.186: S. Roger Frichette Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.187: Pieter A. Frick Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.377: Charles B. Friday Add to Shelf
Charles B. Friday was born in Fort Collins, Colorado, on August 6, 1921. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1943 and a master’s degree in 1950 from the University of Colorado. That year, Friday became a faculty member in economics at Oregon State. He served as the chairman of the department of economics from 1957 to 1967. Friday died in 1975.
Box-Item 2.188: Charles B. Friday Add to Shelf
Economics
Box-Item 5.32: W. Dean Frischknecht Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.378: Alma C. Fritchoff Add to Shelf
Alma C. Fritchoff was a faculty member in the department of clothing, textiles, and related arts from 1918 to 1922. She took a leave of absence, and received a master’s degree at Columbia University in 1925.  She then returned to Oregon State to continue teaching. In 1930, Fritchoff became the head of the department and was involved in home economics endeavors, including a 1937 home economics tour to Asia with Ava Milam Clark. She retired in 1948 and died in 1969.
Reel-Item 1.379: Astrio K. Frolich Add to Shelf
Astrio K. Frolich was born on July 24, 1935, in Westfield, New Jersey. Frolich received a bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College in 1956 and a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1959. Frolich became an instructor of physical education at Oregon State in 1963. The following year, Frolich earned a certificate from the State Gymnastic School in Oslo, Norway, while studying abroad under the Fulbright program.
Box-Item 2.189: Horton Lawrence Fross Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.380: Larry L. Fuhriman Add to Shelf
Larry L. Fuhriman was born on November 12, 1936 in Caldwell, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Idaho in 1961. After graduating, he worked as a structural design engineer for the Oregon State Highway Department. Fuhriman became an instructor in civil engineering at Oregon State in 1964.
Box-Item 9.104: Larry L. Fuhriman Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.381: Homer L. Fulkerson Add to Shelf
Homer L. Fulkerson attended Michigan State University, where he studied business and hotel administration. Fulkerson was appointed Oregon State’s residence hall food manager in 1963 after a campus demonstration against the residence hall food service. Fulkerson worked at Oregon State for two years before resigning in 1965.
Box-Item 9.105: Homer L. Fulkerson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.382: W. Fulks Add to Shelf
Watson Bryan Fulks was born on January 24, 1919, in White County, Arkansas. In 1940, he received a bachelor’s degree from Arkansas State Teachers College (University of Central Arkansas). He then received a master’s degree from the University of Arkansas in 1941 and a doctorate from the University of Minnesota in 1949. After teaching at other institutions, Fulks joined Oregon State as a professor of math in 1960.
Box-Item 4.97: Dwight S. (Pete) Fullerton Add to Shelf
Pharmacy
Box-Item 4.176: Winnifred Keil Fulmer Add to Shelf
Home Economics Counselor
Box-Item 2.190: Ejner J. Fulsang, Jr. Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.383: John Fulton Add to Shelf
John Fulton was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on December 15, 1868. He came to Oregon in 1886. He attended Oregon State, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1892 and a master’s degree in 1900. Fulton played on Oregon State’s first football team and organized the school’s first glee and dramatics club. He graduated from Harvard with a doctorate in 1903. He began working as the experiment station chemist at Oregon State in 1896, but was later promoted to department head of chemistry in 1907 at Oregon State. Fulton also served as the director of the First National Bank.
Box-Item 9.106: John Fulton Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.384: William Ralph Furtick Add to Shelf
William Ralph Furtick was born on January 8, 1927, in Salina, Kansas. Furtick attended Kansas State University and received a bachelor’s degree in 1949.  He became a faculty member at Oregon State that same year, and worked as a professor of agronomy until 1975.  While at Oregon State he earned a master’s degree in 1952 and a doctorate in 1958. In 1966, he was selected to be a leader of the US foreign aid program on weed control to South American countries. Furtick was also the president of the Weed Society of America from 1966-1967.
Box-Item 9.107: William Ralph Furtick Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.385: Ira Noel Gabrielson Add to Shelf
Ira Noel Gabrielson was born in Sioux Rapids, Iowa, on September 27, 1889. He attended Morningside College, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1912. Gabrielson served as the chief of the Bureau of Biological Survey, and in 1940, became the director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service. From 1946 to 1970, he was president of the Wildlife Management Institute. Afterwards, he remained a chairman and was involved in several other biological agencies. Gabrielson was awarded the Audubon Medal in 1949, received the Interior Department’s Distinguished Service Award, and was selected for the National Hall of Conservation. Oregon State awarded Gabrielson an honorary doctorate of science in 1936. He died in 1977.
Box-Item 9.108: Ira Noel Gabrielson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.386: Charles A. Gage Add to Shelf
Charles A. Gage was born on November 15, 1942, in Batavia, New York. He studied at the State University of New York at Geneseo.  He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1964 and a master’s degree in 1966. Gage then went on to Louisiana State University, where he earned a second master’s degree in 1969 and a doctorate in 1971. In 1972, he worked at Oregon State as a visiting assistant professor of physics.
Reel-Item 1.387: Mary A. Gallagher Add to Shelf
Mary A. Gallagher was born on April 7, 1934, in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She received a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University in 1956, and a master’s degree from Western Michigan University in 1963. In 1964, Gallagher became an assistant professor of home economics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.191: Joel D. Galloway Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.192: William H. Galperin Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.388: Sandra Gangle Add to Shelf
Sandra L. Gangle was born on January 11, 1943, in Brockton, Massachusetts. She received a bachelor’s degree from the College of New Rochelle in New York and a master’s degree from the University of Oregon in 1968. That year, she became a faculty member teaching French at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.389: Robert E. Gangware Add to Shelf
Robert E. Gangware studied at Wittenberg University in Ohio. He worked as the journalist-in-residence with the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program while on a year’s leave from the Salem morning newspaper in 1972. Gangware spent 23 years as city editor and two and a half years as managing editor of the Salem paper.
Box-Item 5.140: E. Hugh Gardner Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.390: Richard E. Gardner Add to Shelf
Richard Earl Gardner was born on November 16, 1930, in South Gate, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Oregon College (Eastern Oregon University) in 1956, a master’s degree from Oregon College of Education (Western Oregon University) in 1960, and a doctorate of education from Oregon State in 1971. While a graduate student, Gardner worked as an instructor in the school of education at Oregon State. After graduating, he became the coordinator of the Teacher Education Project in Career Education and a faculty member in the school of education.
Reel-Item 1.391: Richard H. Gardner Add to Shelf
Richard H. Gardner was born on November 13, 1947, in San Diego, California. In 1969, he received a bachelor’s degree in math and physics from the University of California in Santa Barbara. In 1972, he received a master’s degree in education from Colorado State University. He became head resident at Oregon State after graduating.
Box-Item 2.193: John Clifton Garman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.392: Leon Garoian Add to Shelf
Leon Garoian was born on May 18, 1925, in Fresno, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from California Polytechnic. He received a master’s degree in 1955 and a doctorate in 1959 from the University of Wisconsin. Garoian worked for Oregon State for several periods through the 1940s and 1950s. In 1959, he became an associate professor and marketing management specialist at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.109: Leon Garoian Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.393: Margo D. Garton Add to Shelf
Margo D. Garton was born on June 23, 1939, in Billings, Montana. Garton received a bachelor’s degree in education from Michigan State University in 1967 and a master’s degree in education in 1970. She worked as a teacher in Corvallis, Oregon, beginning in 1969 while working as an instructor at Oregon State at the same time.
Box-Item 4.177: James Lathrop Garrard Add to Shelf
Industrial & General Engineering
Reel-Item 1.394: Patricia E. Garrett Add to Shelf
Patricia E. Garrett was born on July 13, 1943, in Washington, DC. She received a bachelor’s degree from St. Francis College in 1965, a master’s degree from Georgetown University in 1967, and a doctorate from the University of Colorado in 1970. She worked as a resident associate from 1971 to 1974. While at Oregon State, Garrett studied the synthesis of crotepoxide.
Box-Item 4.178: Chester A. Garrison Add to Shelf
English
Box-Item 2.194: Robert L. Garrison Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.395: James E. Garvey Add to Shelf
James E. Garvey graduated from the University of Creighton Medical School in 1932. He went on to the Army Medical Corps, where he served for two years. After working in a private practice for some time, he came to Oregon State as a physician and assistant to the director for the Student Health Service. Garvey was in this position for seven years. In 1967, he was appointed director of the Student Health Service.
Box-Item 9.110: James E. Garvey Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.396: Jay S. Gashwiler Add to Shelf
Jay S. Gashwiler was born on November 21, 1912, in Novinger, Missouri. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1937 from Oregon State and a master’s degree in 1939 from the University of Maine. After working in game management in Maine, he was hired as a biologist for the US Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in 1958 out of Corvallis.
Reel-Item 1.397: Robert Eugene Gaskell Add to Shelf
Robert Eugene Gaskell was born in Grelton, Ohio. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Albion College in 1933. He received a master’s degree in 1934 and a doctorate in mathematics in 1940 from the University of Michigan. He worked as the head of the Mathematics Research Laboratory at Boeing Aircraft before coming to Oregon State. In 1957, Gaskell worked as a professor of mathematics at Oregon State. In 1966, he was appointed chairman of the department of mathematics of the United States Naval Postgraduate School. He was honored by the American Society of Engineering Education in 1993.
Box-Item 9.111: Robert Eugene Gaskell Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.398: Ekkahardt Gaspar Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.399: Leland Gassert Add to Shelf
Leland Gassert was born on September 22, 1936, in Washington, Kansas. Gassert received a bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s degree in guidance from Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia (Emporia State University). He was brought on as an assistant to the director in the Department of Financial Aid at Oregon State in 1967.
Reel-Item 1.400: Charles Edwin Gates Add to Shelf
Charles "Pop" Edwin Gates was born on December 24, 1871, in Monticello, Indiana. Gates had a long and varied career. He graduated from a business school and went on to work in the construction, gas, and automobile industries. Gates ultimately settled in Medford, Oregon, where he served as mayor and president of the Chamber of Commerce. Gates was recognized by Oregon state officials as a good-roads advocate and was a significant influence to highway legislation.
Box-Item 9.112: Charles Edwin Gates Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.401: Dorothy Galton Add to Shelf
Dorothy Galton was born on March 5, 1891. She attended the University of Washington, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1925 and a master’s degree in 1933. In 1940, she became a faculty member in education at Oregon State. Galton died in 1977.
Box-Item 5.33: W. Lawrence Gates Add to Shelf
Dean, College of Science
Box-Item 5.141: Charles G. Gavin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.195: Lloyd Wesley Gay Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.402: Kathleen J. Gee Add to Shelf
Kathleen J. Gee was born on March 28, 1940, in Yuma, Arizona. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in 1964 from Oregon State. While a graduate student, she worked in the Department of Family Life as an instructor.
Reel-Item 1.403: Robert W. Gee Add to Shelf
Robert W. Gee was born on January 24, 1936, in Los Angeles, California. He received a doctorate from the University of Southern California. Gee worked with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1967 to 1971, when he came to Oregon State as a visiting assistant professor.
Reel-Item 1.404: Michael Pierpont Gehlen Add to Shelf
Michael Pierpont Gehlen was born on October 10, 1934, in Marshall, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree from Texas Christian University in 1956, a master’s degree from Vanderbilt University in 1957, and a doctorate from the University of Texas in 1963. That year, Gehlen became an assistant professor of political science at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.405: Edward Wayne Geller Add to Shelf
Edward Wayne Geller was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on January 5, 1930. He graduated from the University of Colorado in 1951 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics. He then attended Mississippi State University, graduating in 1954 with a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. Geller also performed graduate work at Johns Hopkins University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute from 1957 to 1959. He became a faculty member in mechanical and industrial engineering at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.113: Edward Wayne Geller Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.196: Michael Gemperle Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.406: Sam C. Gendusa Add to Shelf
Sam C. Gendusa was born on April 19, 1939, in Chicago, Illinois. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, graduating with a bachelor’s of fine arts in 1964 and a master’s of fine arts in 1966. He became a faculty member in art at Oregon State in 1968. Gendusa is known in Corvallis for constructing the “Dinosaur Bones” sculpture in Avery Park.
Box-Item 9.114: Sam C. Gendusa Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.407: Donald W. George Add to Shelf
Donald W. George was born on May 1, 1921, in Topeka, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1938 and a master’s degree in 1949 from Kansas State University. George became a research agronomist at Oregon State in 1954.
Box-Item 2.197: Tommy A. George Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.408: William Den Hartog Georgiades Add to Shelf
William Den Hartog Georgiades was born on May 30, 1925. He received a bachelor’s degree in English and social studies from Upland College in California, a master’s degree in curriculum from Claremont Graduate School, and a doctorate in curriculum administration from the University of California, Los Angeles. Georgiades started as Oregon State’s dean of the school of education in 1975.
Reel-Item 1.409: Henry Herbert Gibson Add to Shelf
Henry Herbert Gibson was born in Ohio. He attended Denison University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1909. He then attended Columbia University, where he received a master’s degree in education and psychology. Gibson became interested in agricultural education and went on to study agriculture and agricultural science at Cornell University. Gibson joined Oregon State as a faculty member in 1921. He went on to become head of the Agricultural Education Department in 1927, a position he held until his retirement in 1950. Gibson was honored for distinguished service with the degree of Honorary American Farmer from the National Association of the Future Farmers of America in 1952. He died in 1956.
Box-Item 9.115: Henry Herbert Gibson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.410: Edith M. Gifford Add to Shelf
Edith M. Gifford was born on November 18, 1921, in Chicago, Illinois. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1942 from Chicago Teachers College (Chicago State University) and a master’s degree in 1962 from the University of Wisconsin. In 1966, she became an assistant professor of education at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.411: David Gilbert Add to Shelf
David H. Gilbert was born on March 11, 1932, in Healdsburg, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from the College of the Pacific in 1956 and a master’s degree from the University of Colorado in 1957. That year, he became an English faculty member at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.412: Earl C. Gilbert Add to Shelf
Earl C. Gilbert was born in Palmyra, Ohio, on February 2, 1895. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1916 and a master’s degree in 1917 from Hiram College in Ohio. Gilbert then went on to receive a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1922. While studying for a doctorate, Gilbert worked as an instructor of chemistry at Oregon State. After graduating, he continued on as a faculty member. He served as the chairman of the chemistry department from 1940 and 1956 and the chairman of the publication communications (now University Press) department from 1935 to 1960. Gilbert retired in 1960 and died in 1964.
Box-Item 6.8: Donald E. Giles Add to Shelf
Hatfield Marine Science Center; deceased April 1996.
Box-Item 4.179: Gordon W. Gilkey Add to Shelf
Liberal Arts; deceased 2000.
Reel-Item 1.413: Helen Margaret Gilkey Add to Shelf
Helen Margaret Gilkey was born on March 6, 1886, in Montesano, Washington. She received bachelor’s degree in 1907 and a master’s degree in 1911 from Oregon State and a doctorate from the University of California in 1915. She was the first woman to receive a doctorate in botany there. Gilkey became the curator of the Oregon State Herbarium in 1918, a position she held for 33 years. She worked with more than 50,000 new plant specimens, and authored over 100 publications. Gilkey was honored by the Oregon Academy of Science in 1952 and the Northwest Scientific Association in 1969 with the “Outstanding Scientist” award. Gilkey died in 1972. The truffle genus Gilkeya was named after Gilkey in 2006.
Box-Item 9.116: Helen Margaret Gilkey Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.414: Amory Tingle (Slats) Gill Add to Shelf
Amory T. “Slats” Gill was born on May 1, 1901, in Salem, OR. He played for the Oregon State basketball team from 1921 to 1924. He then went on to work at Oregon State as head basketball coach from 1928 to 1965, and later as Director of Athletics from 1964 to 1966. He died in 1966. Gill was inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame in 1968. Gill Coliseum, Oregon State’s basketball arena, is named after him.
Box-Item 9.117: Amory Tingle (Slats) Gill Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.415: Percy Margaret Gill Add to Shelf
Percy Margaret Gill was born on July 4, 1909, in Glencoe, Illinois. Gill received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California and a master’s degree from Oregon State. After working for the American Red Cross from 1942 to 1945, she became a faculty member at Oregon State in physical education.
Reel-Item 1.416: Winifred Gillen Add to Shelf
Winifred Gillen received a bachelor’s of home economics and a master’s degree in home management from Iowa State. After local service as the Klamath county home demonstration agent and as a chairman of the Klamath County nutrition committee, she was appointed assistant state 4-H Club leader at Oregon State in 1947.
Box-Item 9.118: Winifred Gillen Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.198: James Warren Gillett Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.199: Bernard H. Gilmore, Jr. Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.417: Campbell M. Gilmour Add to Shelf
C. M. Gilmour worked at Oregon State University as a soil microbiologist beginning in 1951. Gilmour’s research awarded him the Oregon State basic research award and grants from the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Health, and the US Department of Agriculture. He was appointed professor of botany, molecular biology, and genetic biology and director of the Institute of Environmental Biological Research at the University of Utah in 1967.
Box-Item 9.119: Campbell M. Gilmour Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.418: F.J. Giroux Add to Shelf
Fred J. Giroux graduated from Oregon State as a mechanical engineer in the 1920s. He then completed a year-long graduate student training program with the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Giroux spent many years in the industry and became a welding engineer for Michaels & Mourre, Inc. in Long Island City, New York.
Reel-Item 1.419: Ronald R. Gist Add to Shelf
Ronald R. Gist was born on May 15, 1932, in St. Louis, Missouri. He studied business administration at the University of Missouri, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1958 and a master’s degree in 1959. Then, in 1964, Gist graduated from the University of Illinois with a doctorate in marketing and economics. He taught at several institutions before becoming a faculty member of business administration at Oregon State in 1966.
Box-Item 9.120: Ronald R. Gist Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.420: Doris M. Glasser Add to Shelf
Dorris M. Glasser was born on December 24, 1926, in Lakewood, Ohio. She received a bachelor’s degree from Miami University in 1947, a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1948, and a doctorate from the University of Washington in 1963. That year, Glasser began teaching modern languages at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.421: Frederick Walter Gleeson Add to Shelf
Frederick Walter Gleeson was born on April 21, 1930, in Vancouver, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1953. That year, he became a faculty member teaching radio education at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.200: George Walter Gleeson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.422: Bard Glenne Add to Shelf
Bard Glenne was born on May 2, 1935, in Oslo, Norway. He received a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University in 1957, a master’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1959, and a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley in 1966. Glenne became an assistant professor of civil engineering at Oregon State in 1968.
Reel-Item 1.423: Douglas W. Glennie Add to Shelf
Douglas W. Glennie was born on May 6, 1927, in Vancouver, British Columbia. He studied at the University of British Columbia, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1949 and a master’s degree in 1951. Glennie then went on to receive a doctorate from the University of Washington in 1955. He became the head of the Forest Research Lab chemical division in 1957 at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.180: Russell H. Godard Add to Shelf
Mathematics
Box-Item 5.34: Earl E. Goddard Add to Shelf
Dean, School of Business and Technology
Box-Item 2.201: Karen S. Godwin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.202: Larry B. Godwin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.203: R. Kenneth Godwin Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.424: Grayce E. Goertz Add to Shelf
Grayce E. Goertz was born on July 9, 1919, in Carnduff, Saskatchewan, Canada. Goertz studied at Kansas State College.  She recieved a bachelor’s degree in home economics in 1941, a master’s degree in foods and nutrition in 1947, and a doctorate in foods in 1952. That year, she became an assistant professor in home economics at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.425: June Adeline Goetze Add to Shelf
June Adeline Goetze was born on March 29, 1928, in Portland, Oregon. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Oregon in 1949. After working as an editor for the Hillsboro Argus, she joined Oregon State as an information specialist for the extension service in 1953.
Reel-Item 1.426: Charles Goetzinger Add to Shelf
Box-Item 9.121: Charles Goetzinger Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.181: Harry Earl Goheen Add to Shelf
Mathematics
Box-Item 2.204: Keith Goldhammer Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.427: Thomas Erric Gomersall Add to Shelf
Thomas Erric Gomersall was born in Columbus, Ohio, on October 3, 1937. He received a bachelor’s and master’s degree of fine arts from Ohio University. Gomersall worked as an instructor in architectural design at Ohio University beginning in 1968. From 1970 to 1971, he was a visiting instructor at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.428: Frank S. Gonzalez II Add to Shelf
Frank S. Gonzalez II was born on January 13, 1928, in Helena, Montana. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 from Montana State University. Gonzales owned a drug store before returning to Montana State in 1959 to receive a master’s degree. That year, Gonzalez became an instructor of speech at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.205: Delmer Goode Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.429: Jack N. Goodman Add to Shelf
Jack N. Goodman was born in Portland, Oregon, on September 28, 1922. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1948 from Pacific University and a master’s degree from Colorado State in 1949. He began work at Oregon State in 1953 and ultimately became a library manager.
Reel-Item 1.430: Sanford J. Goodman Add to Shelf
Sanford J. Goodman was born on June 16, 1899, in Brockton, Massachusetts. He received a bachelor’s degree at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. Goodman was commissioned into the army in 1924 and ultimately earned the rank of Colonel. During his service, he received the Legion of Merit, the Army Commendation Ribbon, the Italian Medal for Valor, the French Croix de Guerre with palms, and three French Croix de Guerres with gold stars. Goodman became a professor of military science and technology at Oregon State in 1953.
Reel-Item 1.431: Paul N. Goodmonson Add to Shelf
Paul N. Goodmonson was born in Bemidji, Minnesota, on August 27, 1920. Goodmonson received a bachelor’s degree in forestry from the University of Minnesota. In 1949, he was brought on as a forestry products marketing specialist at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.432: Erma Gordon Add to Shelf
Erma Gordon graduated from Oregon State in 1930 with a bachelor’s degree in vocational education. Beginning in 1932, she studied for six years at the Frederick Wilhelm University in Berlin, Germany. Gordon received a doctorate in Norse, German, and Spanish. In 1938, she led several discussion groups upon her return to the United States, including a lecture with the American Association of University Women on the topic of “Democracy in Scandinavia.” Gordon conducted radio programs in Swedish and Arabic music on the KOAC radio station in the early 1940s.
Box-Item 9.122: Erma Gordon Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.206: John Charles Gordon Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.433: Carroll P. Gorg Add to Shelf
Carroll P. Gorg was born on March 14, 1936. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1961 and a master’s in education in 1964 at Central Washington State College (Central Washington University). After graduating, Gorg became a consultant for educational media at Oregon State. In 1965, he was promoted to the manager of production and audiovisual instruction. Gorg also worked as an assistant professor.
Reel-Item 1.434: Ute E. Görner Add to Shelf
Ute E. Görner was born on December 23, 1940, in Esslingen, Germany. He studied meteorology at the University of Hamburg, graduating in 1966. In 1967, he became a research associate at Oregon State in oceanography.
Box-Item 9.123: Ute E. Görner Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.435: Saul B. Gorski Add to Shelf
Saul B. Gorski was born on August 15, 1934, in Florence, Oregon. In 1955, he received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Oregon State. In 1959, he received a master’s degree at Oregon State. While a graduate student, Gorski worked as an instructor in mechanical engineering at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.124: Saul B. Gorski Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.436: George W. Gosline Add to Shelf
George W. Gosline studied engineering at the University of Nevada. After graduating, he was employed by a private engineering firm in Southern California, primarily working with farmers and ranchers. Gosline was then hired as a junior hydraulic engineer for the state of California. During World War II, he was appointed principal engineer for the public works division of the War Relocation Authority. Then, Gosline was a member of the Soil Conservation Service before being appointed assistant state conservationist for the state of Oregon in 1944.
Box-Item 9.125: George W. Gosline Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.207: John E. Gough Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.208: Kenneth Michael Goul Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.142: Steven J. Gould Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.98: R. L. Goulding, Jr. Add to Shelf
Entomology
Reel-Item 1.437: Samuel Herman Graf Add to Shelf
Samuel Herman Graf was born on August 4, 1887, in Portland, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering in 1907 and a master’s degree in engineering in 1909 from Oregon State. As a graduate student, Graf worked as an instructor in mechanical engineering. After graduating, he stayed on staff at Oregon State, ultimately becoming the director of engineering research in 1928, the head of the department of mechanical engineering in 1935, and the director of the engineering experiment station in 1944. Graf retired in 1954. Oregon State's Graf Hall, an engineering research and instruction building, is named after him.
Box-Item 9.126: Samuel Herman Graf Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.438: Bruce Graham Add to Shelf
Bruce Graham was born in Crete, Nebraska, on December 26, 1916. He studied at Oregon State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1942 and a doctorate in organic chemistry in 1945. In 1958, Graham was appointed chairman of the biological sciences department, physical sciences division at Stanford Research Institute.
Box-Item 5.143: Crawford “Scram” Graham Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.35: Robert D. Graham Add to Shelf
Forest Products
Reel-Item 1.439: Robert G. Graham Add to Shelf
Robert G. Graham was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 11, 1925. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 from the University of Illinois, a master’s of business administration in 1963 from the University of Texas, and a doctorate in 1965 from the University of Texas. After graduating, Graham worked as an associate professor of business management at Oregon State. He also worked as an editor of Northwest Business Management. Later, Graham was named chairman of the Department of Business Environment and Organizational Behavior.
Box-Item 9.127: Robert G. Graham Add to Shelf
Business Administration; original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.440: James Burton Grange Add to Shelf
James Burton Grange was born on March 29, 1916, in Ogden, Utah. Grange began his service in the US Navy in 1935. In 1952, he came to Oregon State as the Gunners Mate Chief.
Reel-Item 1.441: Anthony M. Grano Add to Shelf
Anthony M. Grano was born on August 8, 1936, in Billings, Montana. He studied agricultural economics at Montana State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1959. Grano then went on to receive a doctorate from the University of Illinois in 1962. After graduating, he worked for the Economic Research Service in the US Department of Agriculture.
Reel-Item 1.442: Donald M. Granstrom Add to Shelf
Donald M. Granstrom was born on April 26, 1911, in Oak Park, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University before joining the US Navy in 1933. In 1952, Granstrom became an associate professor of naval science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.182: Phyllis Emogene Grant Add to Shelf
Clothing, Textiles & Related Art
Reel-Item 1.443: John B. Grantham Add to Shelf
John B. Grantham was born on May 14, 1910, in Seattle, Washington. He studied forestry, graduating with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1934. Grantham then received a master’s degree from the New York State College of Forestry (now the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry) in 1935. After graduating, he worked with the US Forest Service and commercial lumber companies. Grantham was also an assistant professor of forestry at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. In 1945, he was appointed as a research associate with the Oregon Forest Products Laboratory and professor of forest products at Oregon State. In 1951, Grantham was appointed chief of physical research at the lab and head of the forestry products department. In 1953, Grantham became director of the lab.
Box-Item 9.128: John B. Grantham Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.444: Edward Milton Grassell Add to Shelf
Edward Milton Grassell was born on February 18, 1921, in Galt, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1943 from San Jose State, a master’s degree in 1951 from the College of the Pacific in California, and a doctorate degree from Oregon State in 1960. As a graduate student, Grassell worked for the Department of Visual Instruction in the General Extension Division for Oregon State as an assistant professor and school specialist in visual instruction.
Box-Item 9.129: Edward Milton Grassell Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.144: Arthur Eugene Gravatt Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.209: Margaret Dowell Gravatt Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.445: Iris Gray Add to Shelf
Iris Gray was born on April 18, 1910, in Juneau, Alaska. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1925 from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Gray joined the Oregon State music staff in 1929. She left briefly to earn a master’s degree in 1944 from the University of Idaho. Gray returned to the Oregon State School of Music in 1933, working until her retirement in 1973. She died in 1974.
Box-Item 9.130: Iris Gray Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.446: J. Wendell Gray Add to Shelf
J. Wendell Gray was born in Madras, Oregon. A printer by trade, he worked as the head printer at the University of Oregon Press for thirteen years. In 1942, he joined the United States Employment Service office. Gray then went on to serve for five years as the Chief of the Division of Surplus Property and Utilization in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in Washington, DC. In 1962, Gray came to Corvallis, working as the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration representative liaison for planning, constructing, equipping, and staffing the Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory in Corvallis. He retired in 1968.
Box-Item 4.183: James L. Gray Add to Shelf
General Engineering
Box-Item 4.99: Pearl Spears Gray Add to Shelf
Affirmative Action
Box-Item 5.145: Brian J. Greber Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.447: Charles R. Green Add to Shelf
Charles R. Green was born on July 16, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1957 from Augustana College in Illinois. Green then went on to the University of Illinois, where he graduated with a master’s degree and a doctorate in 1960. That year, he became a faculty member in political science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.131: Charles R. Green Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.448: Harold E. Green Add to Shelf
Harold E. Green was born on July 17, 1906, in Highland, Kansas. In 1925, he enlisted in the army, serving in the cavalry until 1942 and in the Signal Corps until 1946. Green retired with the rank of master sergeant. From 1949 to 1951, he worked at Oregon State as the groundskeeper for the athletic department. Green was recalled to the army in 1951 and worked at Oregon State as an ROTC instructor.
Box-Item 9.132: Harold E. Green Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.210: Randall Lee Green Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.449: Charles H. Greene Add to Shelf
Charles H. Greene was born on November 23, 1932, in Roswell, New Mexico. Greene studied at New Mexico State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1954 and a master’s degree in 1958. He then went to Oregon State, receiving a doctorate in 1963. As a graduate student, Greene was brought on as a junior agricultural economist at Oregon State. In 1960, he was promoted to a cooperative agent in association with Oregon State and the USDA, and in 1962, Greene became an agricultural economist.
Box-Item 9.133: Charles H. Greene Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.450: Theodore M. Greene Add to Shelf
Theodore M. Greene was born in Constantinople, Turkey, on January 25, 1897. He received a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and a doctorate from the University of Edinburgh. Greene worked as an instructor at various institutions between 1919 and 1953 before becoming a visiting professor of philosophy at Oregon State in 1963.
Box-Item 9.134: Theodore M. Greene Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.36: Richard C. Greenwood Add to Shelf
Office of Business Affairs
Reel-Item 1.451: Charles T. Gregg Add to Shelf
Charles T. Gregg was born on July 27, 1927, in Billings, Montana. He studied at Oregon State, receiving a bachelor’s degree in physics in 1952 and a master’s degree in organic chemistry in 1956. Starting as a graduate student and continuing after graduating, Gregg worked as an instructor and research assistant at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.135: Charles T. Gregg Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.211: Vida Griego Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.212: Betty Caldwell Griffin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.213: David L. Griffith Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.452: John L. Griffith Add to Shelf
John L. Griffith was born on August 20, 1877, in Mt. Carroll, Illinois. He graduated from Beloit College in Wisconsin in 1902 with a bachelor’s degree. That year, he was elected director of athletics for Yankton College in South Dakota. Griffith went on to hold the same position at Morningside College (Morningside University) in Iowa for three years and at Drake University for ten years. At Drake, he also worked as the Dean of Men and Regent. In 1917, he began his military service as the athletic director for Camp Dodge in Iowa and helped to found the school of physical training and bayonets at Camp Gordon in 1918. Griffith was appointed Executive Officer of the Athletic Division of the War Department’s Commission on Training Camp Activities. While serving, he was promoted to the rank of major. In 1922, he became the Commissioner of Athletics of the Western Conference. Griffith taught several Oregon State summer session athletics education courses as a visiting instructor in 1926.
Box-Item 9.136: John L. Griffith Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.453: Steve John Grillos Add to Shelf
Steve John Grillos was born on January 15, 1928, in Rock Springs, Wyoming. He studied at the University of Denver, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1951 and a master’s degree in 1952. After graduating, Grillos came to Oregon State, where he received a doctorate in botany in 1956. While a graduate student, Grillos worked as an instructor in botany.
Box-Item 9.137: Steve John Grillos Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.454: David V. Grillot Add to Shelf
David V. Grillot was born in Dayton, Ohio, on September 12, 1934. He studied at Ohio University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 and a master’s degree in 1962. Grillot then went on to receive a doctorate from Michigan State in 1967. He worked as a research associate at the University of Oregon until 1968, when he became an assistant professor of physics at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.455: Edgar Grimes Add to Shelf
Edgar Grimes was a member and local leader of several 4-H clubs in his hometown of Harrisburg, Oregon. He led seven clubs, organized six, and was a member of five as a senior in high school. Grimes was the national champion of the Moses Leadership Trophy Contest in 1928, the year after he graduated high school. He went on to attend Oregon State and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture in 1934.
Box-Item 9.138: Edgar Grimes Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.37: John Grimes Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.456: Verda Griner Add to Shelf
Verda Griner was born on January 16, 1921, in Mesa, Arizona. She received a bachelor’s degree in family life and home administration from Brigham Young University in 1948. Griner worked as a home economist at Southern California Gas Company from 1948 until 1956, when she became an instructor at Pepperdine College (Pepperdine University). In 1958, she left Pepperdine and became an instructor in family life at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.184: Roland H. Groder Add to Shelf
Extension Agrcultural Economics
Reel-Item 1.457: R.C. Groesbeck Add to Shelf
Rollo C. Groesbeck was born in 1877 in Lola, Kansas. He received a bachelor’s degree and conducted post-graduate studies in law at the University of Chicago. For a brief time, Groesbeck worked as an instructor at the Illinois College of Law (University of Illinois). In Oregon, he owned and operated a farm below Klamath Falls. Groesbeck served as the president of Klamath County Chamber of Commerce for three terms, and later on was a member of its board of directors. He was appointed a member of the Oregon board of higher education, and visited Oregon State in this capacity in 1940.
Box-Item 9.139: R. C. Groesbeck Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.458: Nathaniel Grossman Add to Shelf
Nathaniel Grossman was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 17, 1937. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1958 from California Institute of Technology and a doctorate in 1964 from the University of Minnesota. Grossman worked at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey until 1966, and then became an associate professor of mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles. Grossman worked as a visiting professor at Oregon State beginning in 1970.
Reel-Item 1.459: David Hubert Grover Add to Shelf
David Hubert Grover was born in New York, New York, on June 12, 1925. He earned two bachelor’s degrees, one in 1945 from the US Merchant Marine Academy and the second from Colorado State University in 1949. He then earned a master’s degree from the University of Colorado in 1951 and a doctorate from the University of Oregon in 1960. While a graduate student, Grover worked as an instructor in speech at Oregon State beginning in 1957. After graduating, he was promoted to assistant professor of speech. In 1962, he won the Marion F. McClain Award at the University of Oregon for his significant contribution to Pacific Northwest history in his manuscript, “Debaters and Dynamiters: The Rhetoric of the Haywood Trial."
Box-Item 5.38: Charles M. Gudger Add to Shelf
Business Policy. Deceased
Reel-Item 1.460: Lucy Ada Case Gruetzmacher Add to Shelf
Lucy Ada Case Gruetzmacher was born on June 30, 1888, in Wisconsin. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1911, a master’s degree in 1912 from Columbia University, and a second bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota in 1924. Gruetzmacher taught high school history and English for several years before becoming a foods and nutrition specialist at the University of Wisconsin. In 1924, she became a nutrition specialist at Oregon State, a position Gruetzmacher held until her resignation in 1947. She died in 1966.
Box-Item 9.140: Lucy Ada Case Gruetzmacher Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.461: Martha M. Guenther Add to Shelf
Martha M. Guenther was born on December 22, 1900, in Burlington, Iowa. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1923 from the University of Iowa, a second bachelor’s degree in library science from the University of Illinois in 1931, and a master’s degree from the University of Michigan in 1938. Guenther held several librarian positions at American colleges and institutions before becoming an assistant catalog librarian at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.141: Martha M. Guenther Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.214: Erwin Guess Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.462: Dee J. Guilford Add to Shelf
Dee J. Guilford was born on July 22, 1928, in Weiser, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1955 from the University of Oregon and a master’s degree in 1970 from Oregon State. While a graduate student, he began working for Oregon State and ultimately became the assistant director of the housing department.
Reel-Item 1.463: Orley Donald Gunderson Add to Shelf
Orley Donald Gunderson was born on September 8, 1940, in Bejou, Minnesota. He studied agricultural education, receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota in 1963 and a master’s degree from the Pennsylvania State University in 1966. Gunderson then went on to Oregon State to receive a doctorate in 1971. While a doctoral candidate, he worked in the vocational education leadership development program at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.142: Orley Donald Gunderson Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.146: Paul Gunn Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.215: Greg C. Gustafson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.147: Dan J. Guthrie Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.464: Donald Guthrie, Jr. Add to Shelf
Donald Guthrie, Jr. was born on July 8, 1933, in Eureka, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1954 from Stanford University, a master’s degree in 1955 from Columbia University, and a doctorate in 1958 from Stanford University. He worked as a mathematician for the Stanford Research Institute from 1960 to 1963 before becoming a faculty member in statistics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.216: Lou Ann Guthrie Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.217: Juan Guzman Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.100: J. R. Haag Add to Shelf
Agricultural Chemistry
Reel-Item 1.465: Robert Hackmann Add to Shelf
Robert Hackmann was born on October 15, 1940, in Denver, Colorado. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1961 from Yale University and a master’s degree from the University of Michigan in 1969. In 1971, Hackmann began working as an assistant professor in history at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.218: Charles Hagedorn III Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.42: Fred Hagelstein Add to Shelf
Ag Programs
Box-Item 5.39: Ivan J. Hagen Add to Shelf
Farm Crops
Box-Item 2.219: Thomas Lee Hagen Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.466: William Hagenstein Add to Shelf
On reel 1 between Clyde Jensen and Norman Jensen.
Reel-Item 1.467: Oscar Hagg Add to Shelf
Oscar Hagg was born in Reedville, Oregon, on January 19, 1902. He received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1926. After graduating, Hagg worked as a dairy farmer for 24 years. He was brought on as a dairy marketing specialist for the Oregon State Extension Services in 1950.
Reel-Item 1.468: Bruce J. Hahn Add to Shelf
Bruce J. Hahn was born on December 14, 1907, in Mountainside, Oregon. He graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in 1930. He then worked as a public school teacher, attending Oregon State in the summers to receive his master’s degree, which he completed in 1940. Hahn stayed at Oregon State to work as a faculty member of industrial arts. He was selected to serve as a educationalist in the United States Overseas mission for two years in Bolivia.
Box-Item 9.143: Bruce J. Hahn Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.469: John A. Haislip Add to Shelf
John A. Haislip was born on August 25, 1925, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1950 from the University of Washington and then completed postgraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University. Haislip worked as an instructor at the University of Idaho for two years before returning to the University of Washington to complete further postgraduate studies. In 1958, he became an instructor of English at Oregon State. He collaborated with art professor John Rock in 1965 to produce a portfolio entitled “Elegy for Jake,” dedicated to John Breitenbach, an Oregon State alum who was killed by an avalanche in the 1963 American Mount Everest Expedition.
Box-Item 9.144: John A. Haislip Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.101: M. R. Haith Add to Shelf
Engineering
Box-Item 2.220: Virginia A. Halderman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.470: Harvey S. Hale Add to Shelf
Harvey S. Hale graduated from Oregon State in 1927 with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture. He then worked as the Coos County Agent for Oregon State Extension Services. Hale held this position for three years before resigning and accepting a similar position in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Box-Item 9.145: Harvey S. Hale Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.471: Tenison F. Haley Add to Shelf
Tenison F. Haley was born on March 13, 1930, in San Francisco, California. He received a bachelor’s degree from Washington University. Haley then went on to receive a master’s of education and a doctorate of education from the University of Oregon. He worked as a director of guidance services in the public school system and as a counseling assistant and psychometrist at the University of Oregon. In 1963, Haley received a twelve-month appointment as a counselor at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.472: Arthur S. Hall Add to Shelf
Arthur S. Hall was born on July 31, 1937, in Wytheville, Virginia. He received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture economics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1959, a doctorate of veterinary medicine from the University of Georgia in 1963, and a master’s degree in veterinary pathology from the University of Wisconsin in 1965. That year, he became an associate scientist and chairman for the Department of Animal Science at the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center in Beaverton, Oregon. In 1967, Hall was appointed associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.40: Frances A. Hall Add to Shelf
Home Economics Extension
Box-Item 2.221: Helen C. Hall Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.41: Paige LeRoy Hall Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.473: S.B. Hall Add to Shelf
S.B. Hall graduated from Oregon State in 1909. He taught agriculture in California until 1916, when he joined the Oregon State Extension Services as the Multnomah County Agent. Hall also served as president of the Oregon County Agents’ Association and served on the Board of Directors of the American Holstein-Friesian Association.
Box-Item 9.146: S. B. Hall Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.42: Jerome B. Hallan Add to Shelf
Health
Reel-Item 1.474: Frank N. Halm Add to Shelf
Frank N. Halm was born on June 8, 1922, in Whittier, California. He was a US Air Force career officer. He first enlisted in 1942, and served in Europe during World War II and in Germany in 1951. Halm earned the rank of colonel and decorations including the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal with four oak leaf clusters, and the Commendation Medal with an oak leaf cluster. After returning from service, he received a bachelor’s degree in 1955 from the University of Maryland and a master’s of business administration from George Washington University in 1960. Halm then went on to serve as the head of the Department of Aerospace Studies in the ROTC program at Oregon State until his retirement in 1972.
Box-Item 5.43: Margaret E. Hamilton Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.475: Elizabeth C. Hamlin Add to Shelf
Elizabeth C. Hamlin was born in Wasco, Oregon, on September 23, 1923. She graduated from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in 1946 and then went on to the University of Oregon, where she received a master’s degree in 1966 and a doctorate in 1971. As a graduate student, Hamlin worked as an instructor in the school of education at Oregon State while performing research in counseling. In 1968, she began work as an assistant foreign student counselor at Oregon State. In the 1970s, Hamlin became the director of the English Language Institute at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.476: John B. Hancock Add to Shelf
John B. Hancock was born on March 30, 1921, in El Paso, Texas. He received a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from Texas A&M University in 1942. Hancock served in the US Army after graduating, earning the rank of colonel. In 1962, he was appointed assistant professor of military science at Oregon State and was promoted to full professor in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.477: Linda Louise Hanes Add to Shelf
Linda Louise Hanes was born on July 21, 1940, in Tecumseh, Michigan. Hanes received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in library science in 1963 from the University of Michigan. After graduating, she worked as a catalog librarian for Wittenberg University until 1965, when she became an assistant catalog librarian at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.478: Robert J. Hanks Add to Shelf
Robert J. Hanks was born on June 28, 1923, in Marysvale, Utah. He received a bachelor’s degree from the US Naval Academy. Hanks served in the navy beginning in 1942, earning the rank of lieutenant. In 1952, he became an assistant professor of naval science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.185: Elmer Hansen Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Box-Item 2.222: Henry Paul Hansen Add to Shelf
Graduate School and Geology
Reel-Item 1.479: Neil Martin Hansen Add to Shelf
Neil Martin Hansen was born on December 23, 1918, in Stanwood, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1942 from Washington State. After graduating, he joined the US Marine Corps and earned the rank of major. In 1952, he became an assistant professor of naval science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.147: Neil Martin Hansen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.480: Robert G. Hansen Add to Shelf
Robert G. Hansen was born on March 9, 1930, in Forman, North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1957 from the University of North Dakota, a master’s degree in 1959 from South Illinois University, and a doctorate from Michigan State in 1963. In 1963, he joined the department of geography at Oregon State. He is credited with drawing maps of Oregon State featured in Oregon State General Catalogs, for example, the catalog for the 1967-1968 academic year.
Box-Item 9.148: Robert G. Hansen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.481: Viola Karen Hansen Add to Shelf
Viola Karen Hansen was born in Plainview, Nebraska, on December 2, 1912. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1944 and a masters degree in public administration from Harvard in 1951. She joined the Oregon State extension staff in 1944, working as the county extension agent in home economics. After taking a year of leave in 1950, Hansen returned as acting home furnishing specialist. In 1952, Hansen became a state agent for the extension services.
Box-Item 9.149: Viola Karen Hansen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.482: Jesse Allen (Jess) Hanson Add to Shelf
Jess A. Hanson was born on October 21, 1887, in Warren, Ohio. He joined the Oregon State agricultural extension station in 1911 to work with James Dryden. In 1913, Hanson established his own poultry farm in Corvallis. He developed the Hanson White Leghorn breed and became the largest producer in the state. Hanson was awarded an honorary doctor of science from Oregon State in 1936. In 1971, he established a scholarship program for Benton county men who studied poultry, agriculture, or science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.150: Jesse Allen Hanson (Jess) Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.148: Edward E. Hardin Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.223: Vera L.B. Harding Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.224: J. Robert Hardison Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.483: Jesse E. Harmond Add to Shelf
Jesse E. Harmond was born on December 10, 1906, in Columbus, Mississippi. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Mississippi State University. Harmond began work at Oregon State in 1945 at the Cooperative State and Federal Research Project at Oregon State. He continued performing research with the small seed harvesting and processing investigations with the USDA beginning in 1953. In 1957, he was promoted to investigations head and lead agricultural engineer for this project. Harmond retired in 1969.
Box-Item 9.151: Jesse E. Harmond Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.484: Ancel Haroldsen Add to Shelf
Ancel Haroldsen was born on June 11, 1937, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He received an associate’s degree in 1964 from Ricks College, a bachelor’s degree in 1965 from Brigham Young University, and a master’s degree in 1968 from the University of Idaho. Haroldsen worked as an agricultural economist for the Oregon State Extension Service. He took part in a study promoting the use of electricity and natural gas performed by the OSU Office of Energy Research and Development.
Reel-Item 1.485: Franklin S. Harper Add to Shelf
Franklin S. Harper was born in New York City on March 12, 1930. He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1956 from San Diego State. In 1958, Harper graduated from the University of Iowa with a master’s of fine arts in English. He worked as a lecturer in English at San Diego State, Cabrillo College, and Hartnell College, before being appointed an instructor of English at Oregon State in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.486: James Royce Harr Add to Shelf
James Royce Harr was born in Eureka, California, on October 27, 1933. He received two bachelor’s degrees: one in 1954 from Utah State and another in 1955 from Washington State. Harr then went on to receive a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Washington State in 1957 and a master’s degree at Oregon State in 1961. While a graduate student, he worked as a faculty member in the college of veterinary medicine at Oregon State. In 1969, Harr was named a diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Toxicology.
Box-Item 4.186: Charles Newton Harris Add to Shelf
Speech Communication
Box-Item 4.187: Fred P. Harris Add to Shelf
Philosophy
Box-Item 2.225: Lonnie B. Harris Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.487: Marie A. Harris Add to Shelf
Marie A. Harris was born on June 30, 1920, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Montana State College. Harris worked as an instructor in foods and nutrition for the University of British Columbia in summer 1957, leaving in the fall to take the same position at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.488: Patricia J. Harris Add to Shelf
Patricia J. Harris was born on September 2, 1921, in Seattle, Washington. Harris received a bachelor’s degree in 1954 from the University of California, Berkeley. She then received a master’s degree from Yale University in 1958 and a doctorate from Berkeley in 1962. After graduating, Harris worked as an assistant research zoologist at Berkeley from 1962-1964. In 1964, she was came to Oregon State as an assistant professor of Zoology, and Electron Microscopist. In 1968, she was promoted to associate professor of zoology. In 1972, Harris was a faculty leader of “The Photographer and the Sea” workshop held at the Oregon State Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon.
Box-Item 9.152: Patricia J. Harris Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.44: William Harris Add to Shelf
OSU Security
Reel-Item 1.489: Virginia Harrison Add to Shelf
Virginia Harrison was born on March 15, 1918, in St. Louis, Missouri. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1940 from the University of Wisconsin and a master’s degree in 1944 from Columbia University. Harrison worked as an assistant professor of physical education at Mary Washington College from 1946 to 1948. In 1948, she started at Oregon State as an assistant professor of physical education. In 1951, Harrison was promoted to associate professor of physical education.
Reel-Item 1.490: O.G. Harrold Add to Shelf
Box-Item 9.153: O. G. Harrold Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.45: Ralph D. Hart Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.491: Roger A. Hart Add to Shelf
Roger Allen Hart was born on September 16, 1940, in Lynn, Massachusetts. He attended Yale and Tufts University, where he studied geology and geophysics. He worked as a geophysicist in the rainforests of Ecuador and Brazil. He also was a member of the first American team to climb Mount Everest without oxygen. Hart worked as a research professor at Oregon State, studying marine hydrothermal systems and the origins of Earth’s atmosphere. Later on, Hart worked as a professor at the Oregon Coast Community College. He died in 2011. Hart Glacier in Antarctica is named after him.
Reel-Item 1.492: Henry Hartman Add to Shelf
Henry Hartman was born on December 11, 1889, in Marion, Kansas. He studied horticulture at Washington State, graduating in 1917. Hartman served in the army from 1918 to 1919. After his release, he joined the Oregon State college staff with teaching and research duties. In 1922, he received a master’s degree from Iowa State College. Hartman stayed on as a staff member at Oregon State, working as the head of the horticulture department at Oregon State from 1942 to 1955. During this time, he also spent a year from 1931 to 1932 as the head of the US Department of Agriculture laboratory for fruit storage, handling, and distribution, at Wenatchee, Washington.
Box-Item 9.154: Henry Hartman Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.493: Edward W. Harvey Add to Shelf
Edward W. Harvey was born on March 21, 1911, in Amherst, Massachusetts. He attended the University of Massachusetts, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1934, a master’s degree in 1937, and a doctorate in 1940. Harvey began working at Oregon State while finishing his doctorate. He first worked as an instructor in food technology. After receiving his doctorate, he became acting superintendent of the Food Industries Laboratory at Astoria. He was later promoted to assistant professor of food technology and the superintendent of the Seafoods Laboratory. In 1944, he became associate food technologist at this laboratory.
Reel-Item 1.494: Janet Harward Add to Shelf
Janet Harward was born on April 22, 1939, in Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Utah State University. Harward worked as an instructor of English at Utah State University from 1962 to 1965 before assuming the same position at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.495: Frank F. Hasbrouck Add to Shelf
Frank F. Hasbrouck was born on May 9, 1920, in Peoria, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1942 and a doctorate degree in 1953 from the University of Illinois. In 1953, Hasbrouck was hired as a faculty member at Oregon State. In addition to teaching entomology, he also worked as the curator of the entomological collection at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.496: Arnold F. Haseley Add to Shelf
Arnold F. Haseley was born on September 2, 1931, in Lockport, New York. He attended Cornell University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1954 and a master’s degree in 1955. Haseley worked as a regional marketing agent for Cornell and as a retail marketing specialist at Purdue University's cooperative extension service. In 1961, Haseley was hired as a marketing management specialist at Oregon State’s extension service. He died in 1965.
Box-Item 2.226: Mark O. Hatfield Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.497: Lutz Kurt Robert Hasse Add to Shelf
Lutz Kurt Robert Hasse was born in Hindenburg, Germany, on August 17, 1930. He attended the University of Hamburg, where he received a diplom in meteorology (equivalent to a master’s degree) in 1955 and a doctorate in 1958. Hasse worked as a researcher at the Institute for Radiometeorology at the University of Hamburg from 1957 to 1962. In 1962, he became a researcher and instructor at the Meteorology Institute at the same institution. From 1969 to 1970, Hasse worked as a research associate at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.149: Duane L. Hatch Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.150: Alfred Haunold Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.151: Ehud Havazelet Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.498: Carroll James Hawkins Add to Shelf
Carroll James Hawkins was born on March 10, 1910, in Brooklyn, New York. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1934 from West Virginia University. Hawkins then went on to the University of Minnesota to receive a master’s degree in 1937 and a doctorate in 1946. He worked as an associate professor of political science at Michigan State. In 1959, Hawkins came to Oregon State as a visiting professor of political science.
Box-Item 5.152: Dawn C. Hawkins Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.499: Curtis L. Hawley Add to Shelf
Curtis L. Hawley was born in Bethel, Oregon, on June 10, 1869. Hawley graduated from Oregon State in 1889. Around the turn of the century, he entered the livestock industry, raising Guernsey cattle and Lincoln sheep. Hawley’s career led him to be elected state dairy and food commissioner, as well as appointed regent of Oregon State. He died in 1923.
Box-Item 9.155: Curtis L. Hawley Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.188: Betty Hawthorne Ray Storla Hewitt Add to Shelf
English. Deceased November, 1995
Reel-Item 1.500: Harold D. Hayes Add to Shelf
Harold D. Hayes was born in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, on April 6, 1928. He attended Fresno State, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1962. In 1963, Hayes became a faculty member at Oregon State, where he taught industrial arts.
Reel-Item 1.501: Thomas B. Hayes Add to Shelf
Thomas B. Hayes studied electrical engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1938 from Oregon State and a master’s degree in 1940 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hayes worked as an engineer for the Bonneville Project, as well as for several other engineering firms.
Reel-Item 1.502: Milton R. Haynes Add to Shelf
Milton R. Haynes was born on October 2, 1923, in Medford, Oregon. Haynes received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State in 1955. After graduating, he worked as a consultant engineer. In 1957, he was hired by Oregon State as a part-time engineering instructor.
Reel-Item 1.503: Robert Hazel Add to Shelf
Robert Hazel was born on June 27, 1921, in Bloomington, Indiana. He received a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in 1946 and a master’s degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University in 1950. Hazel worked for six years at the University of Kentucky before becoming a faculty member in English at Oregon State in 1962.
Box-Item 2.227: Robert C. Heald Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.504: Charles O. Heath Add to Shelf
Charles O. Heath was born on April 14, 1915, in Manila, the Philippines. Heath received a bachelor’s degree in 1936 from the California Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in 1945 from Rutgers University. In 1946, he became a professor of mechanical engineering at Oregon State. Heath took a two-year leave of absence from 1956 to 1958 to work as a visiting professor at the University of Roorkee in India.
Box-Item 9.156: Charles O. Heath Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.228: Edward H. Heath Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.229: G. Ross Heath Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.230: David Heatherbell Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.506: Dennis I. Hedges Add to Shelf
Dennis I. Hedges was born on March 7, 1939, in Portland, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1961. During the 1960s, Hedges worked as an assistant manager of Multnomah Athletic Club. He worked as the assistant athletic director at Oregon State from 1966 to 1974.
Box-Item 9.157: Dennis I. Hedges Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.189: Joel Hedgpeth E. Wendell Hewson Add to Shelf
Atmospheric Sciences
Reel-Item 1.507: Donald Ward Hedrick Add to Shelf
Donald Ward Hedrick was born on July 20, 1917, in Willapa, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from Washington State in 1939, a master’s degree in forestry from the University of California in 1949, and a doctorate in range management from Texas A&M in 1951. He worked as a range conservationist in the Soil Conservation Service through the 1940s. In 1951, he became an assistant professor of range management at Oregon State. In 1962, he was promoted to full professor."
Box-Item 9.158: Donald Ward Hedrick Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.231: James L. Hedtke Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.508: Sidney D. Heidersdorf Add to Shelf
Sidney D. Heidersdorf was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on September 8, 1936. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physics from Loras College in 1958 and a master’s degree in radiological science from University of Washington in 1965. Heidersdorf participated in X-ray science and engineering research at Oregon State after graduating.
Reel-Item 1.509: Cas F. Heilman Add to Shelf
Cas F. Heilman was born on February 18, 1936, in Toppenish, Washington. Heilman studied at Oregon State. He received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education in 1959, a master’s of education in 1966, and a doctorate of education in 1970. While a student, Heilman was hired as a faculty member in the Vocational Education Division at Oregon State. Heilman began this work in 1966. He served in several officer positions for the Oregon Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association.
Reel-Item 1.510: R.C. Heimsch Add to Shelf
Richard Charles Heimsch was born on December 20, 1942. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1965 from Miami University and a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1971. After graduating, he was a faculty member in microbiology at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.232: Oliver H. Heintzelman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.511: Charles Rankin Heisler Add to Shelf
Charles Rankin Heisler was born on July 1, 1924, in Burlington, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree from Monmouth College in 1948 and a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1957. After graduating, Heisler became a faculty member in chemistry at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.512: Paul A. Heist Add to Shelf
Paul A. Heist was born in Waverly, Iowa, on August 2, 1917. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1939 from Luther College. He then received a master’s degree from the University of Illinois. After serving in World War II, Heist received a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1950. Soon after, he was hired as an assistant professor of psychology at Oregon State. Heist was honored with the Outstanding Teacher Award in May 1956. He left Oregon State to become a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
Reel-Item 1.513: Robert S. Henderson Add to Shelf
Robert S. Henderson was born on June 4, 1940, in Sitka, Alaska. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska in 1964. The same year, he enlisted in the US Army. Henderson served in the infantry in Germany and Vietnam. He earned the rank of captain, as well as the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. In 1969, he became an assistant professor of military science at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.514: Berneita Hendrix Add to Shelf
Berneita Hendrix was born on May 5, 1920, in Rogers, New Mexico. She received a bachelor’s degree in home economics from New Mexico State University in 1941 and a master’s degree from Columbia University Teachers College in 1955. Through the 1950s and early 1960s, Hendrix worked as Assistant State Supervisor and later, State Supervisor, of Home Economics Education for the New Mexico Department of Education. She also worked as the State Advisor of Future Homemakers of America in New Mexico. In 1962, Hendrix was hired as Assistant Professor of Home Economics Education at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.515: Elizabeth Artis Watts Henley Add to Shelf
Elizabeth Artis Watts Henley was born on September 25, 1912, in Bellingham, Washington. She attended the University of Washington, where she received a bachelor’s degree in English and liberal arts in 1934 and a master’s degree in 16th century aesthetics in 1958. In 1959, Henley began working for Oregon State as an instructor of English. Henley was also a poet, and many of her works were published, including the poem “Lines from an Oregon Garden” published in the Ladies Home Journal in 1963.
Box-Item 9.159: Elizabeth Artis Watts Henley Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.153: Commodore Gilbert (Comm) Henness Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.516: Donald R. Henry Add to Shelf
Donald R. Henry was born in Mitchell, South Dakota, on February 16, 1921. Henry received a bachelor’s degree from the Iowa State Teachers College in 1947 and a master’s degree from the University of Washington in 1953. In 1955, Henry became a faculty member teaching speech. He also worked as the associate director of drama. In 1962, he received a grant to travel to London, where he studied American theater as seen by British travelers between 1860 and 1900.
Box-Item 2.233: June M. Henton Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.234: Richard W. Henton Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.517: George B. Herington Add to Shelf
George B. Herington was born on May 20, 1880, in Normal, Illinois. Herington studied at Illinois State. He went on to become the chief engineer and major in charge of several railroad and construction companies. He was involved in building and construction law. Herington was honored with an honorary degree from Oregon State in 1931. He died in 1945.
Box-Item 9.160: George B. Herington Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.518: William Brodbeck Herms Add to Shelf
William Brodbeck Herms was born on September 22, 1876, in Portsmouth, Ohio. Herms received a bachelor’s degree in 1902 from Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio, a master’s degree from Ohio State University in 1906, and a doctorate from Baldwin-Wallace College in 1935. Herms held several university positions until becoming the head of the division of entomology and parasitology at the University of California, Berkeley. Herms visited Oregon State in March 1942 to lead the fourth annual biology colloquium, sponsored by Phi Kappa Phi, themed “The Biologist in a World at War”.
Box-Item 9.161: William Brodbeck Herms Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.46: Richard K. Hermann Add to Shelf
Forest Ecology
Box-Item 5.154: Bob Herndon Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.235: J.A. Herrmann Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.519: Bertha Emma Herse Add to Shelf
Bertha Emma Herse was born on July 26, 1891, in West Point, Nebraska. She received two bachelor’s degrees from Oregon State in 1910 and 1928. She also received a bachelor’s of library science in 1924 from the University of the State of New York. Herse worked at Oregon State at several periods during this time, ultimately becoming a reference librarian in 1924. She retired in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.520: Leroy G. Heston Add to Shelf
Leroy G. Heston was born in Grants Pass, Oregon, on May 25, 1903. He attended the University of Michigan for four years, however, he did not receive a degree. Heston was a pilot in the air force beginning in 1929, ultimately rising to the rank of colonel. He served as a professor of air science at Oregon State from 1954 until his retirement in 1958. Heston died in 1982.
Box-Item 6.43: Ray Hewitt Add to Shelf
English
Reel-Item 1.521: Thomas H. Hibbard Add to Shelf
Thomas H. Hibbard received a doctorate from Claremont Graduate School. While on the Oregon State economics faculty in the 1970s, he was a part of the research team to modify and improve the procedure used for developing an annual manpower plan for the state of Oregon. This study was conducted in cooperation with the Governor’s Manpower Planning Council.
Box-Item 5.155: Hugh J. Hickerson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.522: Patricia S. Hicks Add to Shelf
Patricia S. Hicks was born on January 25, 1922, in Iowa City, Iowa. Hicks graduated from the University of Iowa College of Medicine in 1960 with an M.D. She worked for Student Health at the University of Iowa until 1970. In 1971, Hicks began working as a student health physician at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.523: Ronald H. Hicks Add to Shelf
Ronald H. Hicks was born in Portland, Oregon, on September 26, 1938. He graduated in 1960 from Oregon State with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. After graduating, he continued working at Oregon State as an electrical engineering instructor.
Box-Item 9.162: Ronald H. Hicks Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.47: Richard M. Highsmith Add to Shelf
Geography
Reel-Item 1.524: Victor A. Hilarov Add to Shelf
Victor A. Hilarov was born in Kishinev, Russia, on August 14, 1900. He was raised in Syracuse, New York. Hilarov received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University in 1927. He worked in the electrical engineering industry until the 1960s. In 1965, he spent a month at Oregon State as a consultant to the X-ray science and engineering program at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.525: Ida C. Hilbers Add to Shelf
Ida C. Hilbers was born on December 3, 1898, in Phoenix, Arizona. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona in 1922. She then went on to the University of California, Berkeley, where she received a certificate of librarianship in 1928 and a master’s degree in 1931. Hilbers worked as a catalog assistant at the Berkeley Public Library before being hired as an assistant catalog librarian at Oregon State in 1940. She was a member of the library faculty until her retirement in 1966. Hilbers died in 1977.
Reel-Item 1.526: Clara Chapman Hill Add to Shelf
Clara Chapman Hill was born on October 3, 1916, in Eugene, Oregon. Hill graduated from Oregon State in 1938 with a bachelor’s degree and in 1940 with a master’s degree. She worked as an instructor at several institutions before joining the Oregon State botany faculty in 1955. She held this position while pursuing a doctorate degree. It is unclear whether she graduated with this degree.
Box-Item 9.163: Clara Chapman Hill Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.48: Donald David Hill Add to Shelf
Farm Crops
Reel-Item 1.527: Eddie P. Hill Add to Shelf
Eddie P. Hill was born on June 9, 1930, in Allen, Nebraska. He received a doctorate from the University of Nebraska in 1962. He worked as an associate professor of biology at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. While on sabbatical leave in 1972, Hill completed research on the physiology of fungi at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.164: Eddie P. Hill Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.528: Walter E. Hill Add to Shelf
Walter E. Hill was born on July 25, 1937, in Bottineau, North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1961. He then went on to the University of Wisconsin to receive a master’s degree in 1964 and a doctorate in 1967. Hill worked as a research associate in biochemistry and biophysics at Oregon State beginning in 1967.
Box-Item 9.165: Walter E. Hill Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.529: Anthony Hillebrand Add to Shelf
Anthony Hillebrand was born on July 19, 1859, in Brilon, Germany. Hillebrand was a Catholic clergyman. After serving on a mission in Eastern Oregon, he was appointed to St. Johns parish in Oregon City. Hillebrand served in several different ranks before becoming the Oregon City pastor vicar-general in 1926.
Box-Item 9.166: Anthony Hillebrand Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.236: Howard H. Hillemann Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.49: Ivy E. Hilty Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.530: Lehi Hintze Add to Shelf
Lehi F. Hintze was born in Denver, Colorado, on April 14, 1921. He received a bachelor’s degree in geology in 1941 from the University of Utah. Hintze then went on to continue his studies of geology at Columbia University, where he received a master’s degree in 1949 and a doctorate in 1951. After graduating, Hintze worked as an assistant professor of geology at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.156: Robert C. Hinz Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.531: John Henderson Hitchock Add to Shelf
John Henderson Hitchcock was born on October 13, 1915, in Hood River, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1940 from the University of Washington and a master's degree in public administration in 1950 from Ohio State University. Hitchcock served as a captain in the US Navy and earned several military decorations.
Box-Item 5.157: Joseph Hlebichuk Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.9: Philip Wen-jen Ho Add to Shelf
Library
Reel-Item 1.532: Jean Hobart Add to Shelf
Jean Hobart was born on January 12, 1933, in San Luis Obispo, California. Hobart received a bachelor’s degree in 1953 from Oregon State and another in 1954 from the Oregon College of Education. In 1955, she began working as the advisor for the Withycombe House at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.533: E.C. Hobbs Add to Shelf
Ernest Charles Hobbs was born on September 22, 1880, in Sheridan, Illinois. He was a certified trade instructor. Hobbs worked as a printer prior to becoming the superintendent of the College Press at Oregon State from 1917 to 1931. That year, he left this post to become director of the State Printing Plant in Salem.
Reel-Item 1.534: Barbara L. Hodam Add to Shelf
Barbara L. Hodam was born in Decatur, Illinois, on December 6, 1940. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 in home economics education from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree in 1964 in clothing and textiles from Oregon State. Hodam began working as an instructor of home economics at Oregon State in 1963.
Reel-Item 1.535: G.R. Hoerner Add to Shelf
Godfrey R. Hoerner was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1893. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1916 from Oregon State. He began working for Oregon State as a plant pathologist with the US Department of Agriculture in 1931. He then became a hop specialist in 1948. Hoerner joined the Oregon State technical assistance team at Kasetsart University in Thailand in 1955. Hoerner developed cancer, and came back to the United States to receive treatment. He died in 1959.
Box-Item 9.167: G. R. Hoerner Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.190: Wyman D. Hoeye Add to Shelf
Engineering
Box-Item 5.158: Elbert Neil Hoffman Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.536: Lynne M. Hoffman Add to Shelf
Lynne Hofmann was born on March 14, 1941, in The Dalles, Oregon. Hoffman received a bachelor’s degree in 1963 from Oregon State. After graduating, Hoffman became a 4-H agent-at-large.
Reel-Item 1.537: William Charles Hoffman Add to Shelf
William Charles Hoffman was born on August 11, 1919, in Portland, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1943 from the University of California, Berkeley. Hoffman then went on to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he received a master’s degree in 1949 and a doctorate in 1953. Hoffman worked with several institutions, including the Boeing Scientific Research Lab from 1961 to 1966. He became a professor of mathematics at Oregon State in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.538: William E. Hoffman Add to Shelf
William E. Hoffman was born in Akron, Ohio, on September 10, 1909. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Akron. He then attended Akron Law School. Hoffman served as a major in the US Air Force. In 1953, he became an associate professor at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.539: Julian L. Hogan Add to Shelf
Julian L. Hogan was born on January 1, 1914, in Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Hogan attended Creighton University in Nebraska, where he received a bachelor’s degree. Lieutenant Colonel Hogan became an associate professor of military science and the director of the Oregon State artillery ROTC in 1950. He died in 2000.
Box-Item 2.237: Jean Davies Hogensen Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.238: Thomas C. Hogg Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.159: William D. Hohenboken Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.540: Herbert J. Holbeck Add to Shelf
Herbert J. Holbeck was born on August 23, 1928, in Duluth, Minnesota. Holbeck studied civil engineering at Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1951 and a master’s degree in 1955. While in graduate school, Holbeck worked as a graduate assistant for the department of civil engineering at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.168: Herbert J. Holbeck Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.102: G. W. Holcomb Add to Shelf
Civil Engineering
Box-Item 2.239: Jerry Holechek Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.240: William E. Holley Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.541: Anthony Hollingsworth Add to Shelf
Anthony Hollingsworth was born in Dublin, Ireland, on July 6, 1943. He attended University College Cork in Ireland, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1964. In 1970, he received a doctorate from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduating, he became an assistant professor of atmospheric science at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.542: John R. Holm Add to Shelf
John R. Holm was born on December 9, 1933, in Evanston, Illinois. He attended Wisconsin State, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1956. Holm served as a pilot in the US Air Force, where he became a major. In 1968, Holm started as an assistant professor of aerospace studies at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.160: Michael H. Holroyd Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.543: M. Paul Holsinger Add to Shelf
M. Paul Holsinger was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on January 31, 1938. Holsinger received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 from Duke University. He then went on to the University of Denver, where he received a master’s degree in 1960 and a doctorate in 1962. Holsinger worked as an instructor for the University of Denver during this time. After graduating, he was brought on as a history instructor at Oregon State. In 1965, he was awarded the Eppley Chair of History by the Culver Military Academy in Indiana.
Box-Item 2.241: David L. Holst Add to Shelf
Box-Item 6.10: Mary M. Holthouse Add to Shelf
Department of Information
Box-Item 2.242: Robert Lawrence Holton Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.544: John Gordon Hood Add to Shelf
John Gordon Hood was born on September 20, 1907, in Government Island, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from Oregon State in 1935. Hood served as the Clatsop County extension agent from 1945 until 1951, when he became the state extension agent. Hood received a master’s degree from Michigan State in 1958. In 1962, he was appointed Assistant Director of the OSU Extension Service. Hood died in 1966.
Box-Item 9.169: John Gordon Hood Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.243: Kenneth Thomas Hood Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.244: Edward F. Hoover Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.545: Richard Johann Hopeman Add to Shelf
Richard Johann Hopeman was born in Albany, Oregon, on April 28, 1936. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Oregon State in 1958. Hopeman then went on to the University of Washington, where he received a master’s degree in 1959 and a doctorate in 1962. He became an assistant professor of business administration at Oregon State in 1960.
Box-Item 5.50: Walter S. Hopkins Add to Shelf
Forest Management
Box-Item 5.161: Chester E. Horner Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.546: John B. Horner Add to Shelf
John B. Horner was born on August 4, 1856, in La Grande, Texas. He received two bachelor’s degrees, the first in 1877 from Philomath College (closed), and second, in 1885 from Willamette University. Horner also received a master’s degree in 1887 and a doctorate in literature in 1899 from Philomath College. In 1891, Horner became a faculty member at Oregon State. He taught English composition, literature, penmanship, Latin, and history. Horner became the chair of the history department and was awarded the title “Director of Oregon Historical Research” by the Oregon State Board of Regents in 1922. The next year, he began building what would become the College Museum. Opened in 1925, the museum held historical and natural history collections. Horner died in 1933. The museum was renamed the Horner Museum of the Oregon Country in 1936. While it closed in 1995, the Horner Collection was transferred to the Benton County Historical Society.
Box-Item 9.170: John B. Horner Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.547: Willian Hamilton Horning Add to Shelf
William Hamilton Horning was born in Corvallis, Oregon, on June 23, 1877. He began teaching industrial arts at Oregon State in the 1920s, while he also ran his own blacksmithing and welding business. He died in 1943.
Box-Item 2.245: Karl Hornyik Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.548: Ingomar M. Hostetter Add to Shelf
Ingomar M. Hostetter was born on June 27, 1893, in Reynolds, North Dakota. He attended the University of Washington, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1915 and a doctorate in 1935. Hostetter taught at several institutions before coming to Oregon State in 1941 as a mathmatics professor. He died in 1969.
Box-Item 9.171: Ingomar M. Hostetter Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.549: Clarence R. Hotchkiss Add to Shelf
Clarence R. Hotchkiss was born on June 5, 1880 in Warren, Pennsylvania. Hotchkiss joined the army and served in Cuba and the Philippines. He studied business administration at Eastman College in Poughkeepsie, New York. After working as the president of a mortgage company in Portland, Oregon, he reenlisted in the army at the beginning of World War I. Hotchkiss earned the distinguished service medal during this time, as well as the rank of colonel. In 1921, Hotchkiss was appointed United States Marshal in 1921. He held this office until 1930. Hotchkiss died in 1952.
Box-Item 9.172: Clarence R. Hotchkiss Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.550: Ed Houghton Add to Shelf
Ed Houghton was born on March 5, 1935, in Willow Lake, South Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in business in 1960 from Black Hills State in South Dakota. Then, Houghton received a master’s degree in 1968 from Southern Oregon and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1970. He became an instructor in 1969 while completing his doctorate.
Reel-Item 1.551: Ronald C. Householder Add to Shelf
Ronald C. Householder was born on April 17, 1938. He graduated from Oregon State in 1961 with a degree in engineering. He became a motor vehicle inspection division administrator for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Householder died in 2013.
Box-Item 2.246: Carolyn Newton Hout Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.552: Norbert W. Houx Add to Shelf
Norbert W. Houx was born on March 10, 1935, in Sittard, the Netherlands. He attended the University of Bordeaux in France, the Wageningen Agriculture University in the Netherlands, and received a doctorate from Utrecht State University in the Netherlands. In 1963, he came to Oregon State as an instructor in biochemistry.
Reel-Item 1.553: Hattie Hanna Hovenden Add to Shelf
Hattie Hanna Hovenden was born in 1861. She graduated from Oregon State in 1880. Hovendon was the daughter of Presbyterian missionaries and among the early graduates of Oregon State. The Hattie Hanna and George B. Hovenden Collection contains more materials related to her experience at Oregon State. She died in 1956.
Box-Item 9.173: Hattie Hanna Hovenden Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.554: Leonard L. Hovey Add to Shelf
Leonard L. Hovey was born in Corvallis, Oregon, on April 26, 1936. He attended Oregon State, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1958 and a doctorate in 1970. Hovey became an instructor in engineering in 1970.
Reel-Item 1.555: Ted Howe Add to Shelf
Ted Howe was a research assistant in fisheries and wildlife and was referred to as the Oregon State master fisherman. In 1972, he and an Oregon State Sea Grant team worked with native Samoans to build five dories, a traditional fishing boat, in Samoa. Howe died in 1991.
Box-Item 4.103: Herbert Badollet Howell Add to Shelf
Ag. Experment Station
Reel-Item 1.556: J. Franklin Howell Add to Shelf
J. Franklin Howell was born in Fairview, Utah, on January 18, 1932. Howell studied zoology at Brigham Young University, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1954 and a master’s degree in 1955. He then went on to Washington State University, where he received a doctorate in entomology in 1963. While in graduate school, Howell became an instructor in entomology at Oregon State beginning in 1962.
Box-Item 9.174: J. Franklin Howell Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.557: James C. Howland Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.558: H.V. Hoyt Add to Shelf
H. V. Hoyt received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1915 and a master’s degree in business administration at Harvard University in 1917. He then went on to Stanford University, where he earned a doctorate in 1929. Hoyt was appointed the dean of commerce at Oregon State in 1931.
Box-Item 9.175: H. V. Hoyt Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.559: Ruth Knowles Hoyt Add to Shelf
Ruth Knowles Hoyt was born on January 14, 1892, in Boston, Massachusetts. She received a bachelor’s degree from Wellesley University. She received a teaching license for New York Public Schools after graduating. In 1954, she began working as the social director for Waldo Hall at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.560: T.C. Huang Add to Shelf
T. C. Huang was born on January 20, 1921, in Shanghai, China. He studied mechanical engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1946 from Chiao-tung University in Taiwan. Huang then went on to the University of Illinois, where he received a master’s degree in 1949 and a doctorate in 1952. He became an instructor at Oregon State in 1955.
Box-Item 9.176: T. C. Huang Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.561: Lyle T. Hubbard, Jr. Add to Shelf
Lyle T. Hubbard, Jr. was born on December 22, 1935, in Long Beach, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1958 from Linfield College. Hubbard worked for the US Fish and Wildlife Service for several years before becoming a research associate at Oregon State in the same field in 1961.
Box-Item 5.51: James R. Huber Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.562: Stanley J. Huber Add to Shelf
Stanley J. Huber was born on June 5, 1933, in Jackson, Michigan. He received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Oregon State in 1956. Huber became an instructor of electrical engineering at Oregon State in 1957.
Box-Item 9.177: Stanley J. Huber Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.563: Francis Gordon Hueter Add to Shelf
Francis Gordon Hueter was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on June 29, 1929. He attended the University of Maryland, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1952, a master’s degree in 1956, and a doctorate in 1959. Hueter worked as a research assistant at the University of Maryland before coming to Oregon State, where he became an assistant professor and assistant dairy husbandman in 1958.
Box-Item 9.178: Francis Gordon Hueter Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.247: Darrell L. Hueth Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.564: Robert E. Huff Add to Shelf
Robert Huff was born on April 3, 1924, in Evanston, Illinois. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 and a master’s degree in 1952. After graduating, Huff worked as an instructor of English for several institutions before starting as an Oregon State English instructor in 1955.
Box-Item 9.179: Robert E. Huff Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.565: Rodney D. Hugelman Add to Shelf
Rodney D. Hugelman was born in Bismarck, North Dakota, on August 16, 1934. Hugelman studied engineering at Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1956 and a master’s degree in 1958. He worked as an instructor at Oregon State while in graduate school.
Box-Item 4.191: Arthur D. Hughes Add to Shelf
Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineering
Reel-Item 1.566: Edwin J. Hughes Add to Shelf
Edwin J. Hughes was born on December 8, 1928, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics from Loyola University in 1949, a master’s degree in abstract math from Tulane University in 1951, another master’s degree in applied math from Harvard University in 1956, and a doctorate in statistics from Iowa State in 1962. After graduating, he became an assistant professor of statistics at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.248: Kenneth M. Hughes Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.567: Lloyd E. Hughes Add to Shelf
Lloyd E. Hughes was born in Bend, Oregon, on September 27, 1928. He joined the US Marine Corps in 1943, then the US Army in 1944. He remained in the army as a sergeant major and became an instructor of military science at Oregon State in 1968.
Reel-Item 1.568: Mary Bowmen Hull Add to Shelf
Mary Bowmen Hull was born in 1876 in Decatur, Illinois. She attended Williss College in Ohio, where she worked as an instructor for several years after graduating. In 1910, Hull moved to Oregon, where she became the secretary to William Jasper Kerr, the president of Oregon State. She held this position for twenty-five years. In 1936, she was appointed curator of the Horner Museum at Oregon State. Hull was also a leader of several clubs related to Oregon State, including the Folk Club.
Box-Item 9.180: Mary Bowmen Hull Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.569: McAllister H. Hull, Jr. Add to Shelf
McAllister H. Hull, Jr. was born on September 1, 1923, in Birmingham, Alabama. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1948 and a doctorate in 1951 from Yale University. Hull worked as an instructor for several institutions before being hired as a professor of physics at Oregon State in 1966. He also served as chairman of that department. Hull resigned in 1969.
Box-Item 9.181: McAllister H. Hull, Jr. Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.570: Donald G. Humphrey Add to Shelf
Donald G. Humphrey was born on February 28, 1927, in Ames, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in 1949, a master’s degree from the University of Washington in 1950, and a doctorate in zoology from Oregon State in 1956. While in graduate school, he worked as an instructor of general science. In 1957, he was promoted to assistant professor of general science. Later on, he became a full professor and chairman of the department of general science. In 1967, Humphrey was awarded a National Science Foundation Faculty fellowship to study the history and philosophy of science at Harvard University. He resigned in 1970.
Box-Item 9.182: Donald G. Humphrey Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.571: Willard Charles Humphreys, Jr. Add to Shelf
Willard Charles Humphreys, Jr. was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on October 5, 1935. He received a bachelor’s degree from Allegheny College in 1961, a master’s degree from Indiana University in 1963, a second master’s degree from Yale University in 1965, and a doctorate from Yale University in 1966. While completing his education, he worked as an instructor for several institutions before becoming an assistant professor of the history and philosophy of science for Oregon State in 1965.
Box-Item 9.183: Willard Charles Humphreys, Jr. Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.572: Donald R. Hunt Add to Shelf
Donald R. Hunt was born on November 5, 1921, in Richmond, Indiana. He studied history at the University of Colorado, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1950 and a master’s degree in 1951. In 1954, he graduated with a master’s in library science in 1954 from the University of Michigan. Hunt worked as a librarian at the Oregon State University library from 1955 until 1972.
Reel-Item 1.573: Gilbert J. Hunt Add to Shelf
Gilbert J. Hunt was born on September 11, 1920, in Oregon. He attended Pacific University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1942. Hunt then went on to the University of Oregon, where he received a master’s degree in 1944 and a doctorate in 1948. After graduating, Hunt worked as a professor of chemistry at the College of Idaho until 1965, when he came to Oregon State as a part-time assistant professor of chemistry.
Reel-Item 1.574: Albert S. Hunter Add to Shelf
Albert S. Hunter was born on October 21, 1908, in Worthington, Indiana. He studied chemistry, and recieved a bachelor’s degree in 1938 from Utah State and a master’s degree in 1940 from Washington State. Hunter then went on to receive a doctorate in soil chemistry from Rutgers University in 1943. Hunter worked as a professor at Cornell University before coming to Oregon State in 1949 as a soil scientist. He resigned in 1957.
Reel-Item 1.575: Frederick M. Hunter Add to Shelf
Frederick M. Hunter was born on March 24, 1879. Hunter served as the Chancellor of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education. He died in 1964.
Box-Item 9.184: Frederick M. Hunter Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.249: Larry C. Hunter Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.250: Katharine M. Hunter-Zaworski Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.576: Melissa Hunter Add to Shelf
Melissa Hunter was born in Bloomfield, Indiana, in 1888. Hunter attended Indiana University at Bloomington, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 1917. In 1918, she became an instructor in institutional management at Utah State. There, she also ran the civilian student cafeteria. When the influenza pandemic hit that year, her responsibilities included feeding patients in the Utah State infirmary. In 1919, she came to Oregon State as an instructor in the school of home economics. Hunter went to the University of Chicago, where she received a master’s degree in 1925. In 1926, she returned to Oregon State as the director of dormitories and head of the department of institution economics. Hunter died in 1961.
Reel-Item 1.577: Sarah M. Hunter Add to Shelf
Sarah M. Hunter was born on August 21, 1938, in Hinsdale, Illinois. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1961 from the University of Wyoming and a master’s degree in 1967 from the University of Utah. After graduating, Hunter became an instructor of physical education at Oregon State. She also worked as the Oregon State women’s volleyball coach.
Box-Item 2.251: S. Bronwyn Hurd Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.578: James C. Hurst Add to Shelf
James C. Hurst was born in Ogden, Utah, on June 19, 1935. Hurst graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in 1961 and from Brigham Young University with a doctorate in 1966. Hurst worked at Duke University as a counseling intern before coming to Oregon State as a counselor.
Reel-Item 1.579: C.L. Hutchins Add to Shelf
C. L. Hutchins was born on March 12, 1938, in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He studied at the University of Iowa, where he received a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and a doctorate degree in 1965. Hutchins worked as the executive secretary of education on the media council at Oregon State in 1966.
Box-Item 2.252: William H. Hutson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.580: Burton S. Hutton Add to Shelf
Burton S. Hutton was born on October 9, 1904, in Center, Colorado. Hutton received a bachelor’s degree in 1927 from Oregon State. Hutton worked in agriculture for several years, as well as a radio host. Beginning in 1935, he worked in the Oregon State public office. In 1949, he began working in the State 4-H Club office, and in 1952, he was promoted to State 4-H Club leader.
Box-Item 9.185: Burton S. Hutton Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.581: Paul E. Hyde Add to Shelf
Paul E. Hyde was born in Iowa in May 1924. Hyde studied at Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1948, a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1949, and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1953. Hyde worked as a staff engineer for the Aluminum Company of America until 1962 and the chief engineer of the Flomatcher Division until 1967. That year, he became a professor of engineering at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.186: Paul E. Hyde Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.582: John W. Hyden Add to Shelf
John W. Hyden was born on January 1, 1937, in Buffalo, New York. Hyden received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Bucknell University in 1958. He worked as a graduate assistant at Oregon State from 1958 to 1959, when he became an instructor of civil engineering.
Box-Item 9.187: John W. Hyden Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.583: George Robert Hyslop Add to Shelf
George Robert Hyslop was born in Deshler, Ohio, on November 17, 1884. He graduated from Ohio State in 1907. In 1908, Hyslop was hired as Oregon State's first instructor in agronomics. Eight years later, Hyslop was promoted as the first head of the Farm Crops Department. Hyslop died in 1943.
Box-Item 9.188: George Robert Hyslop Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.584: Joseph Ilika Add to Shelf
Joseph Ilika was born on April 14, 1919, in Budapest, Hungary. He received a bachelor’s degree in education from Northern Illinois University in 1943. Ilika worked as a safety field representative for the Red Cross from 1944-1947. He then returned to school to receive a master’s degree from the George Peabody College for Teachers in 1953 and a doctorate in elementary education from the University of Michigan in 1963. While completing his doctorate, he was hired as an assistant professor of elementary education at Oregon State in 1961.
Box-Item 9.189: Joseph Ilika Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.585: Richard D. Ilnicki Add to Shelf
Richard D. Ilnicki was born in Vermont. He received a bachelor’s degree in plant sciences from Rutgers in 1949, a master’s degree in agronomy and plant physiology from Rutgers in 1951, and a doctorate degree in weed science and agronomy from Ohio State in 1955. After working for the United States Department of Agriculture for two years, he was hired as a research professor of weed science at Rutgers in 1960. He was active in the Northeastern Weed Control Conference and the Weed Science Society of America. Ilnicki worked as a visiting professor of agronomy and farm crops at Oregon State from 1970-71.
Reel-Item 1.586: Ida Ingalls Add to Shelf
Ida Ingalls was born in Iowa City, Iowa, on November 27, 1897. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in 1921 and a master’s degree from Teacher’s College of Columbia University in 1924. Ingalls taught at several universities before starting as a professor at Oregon State in 1951. In 1962, she was promoted to Acting Head of Clothing and Textiles and Related Arts. Ingalls died in 1969.
Box-Item 9.190: Ida Ingalls Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.253: Robert C. Ingalls Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.254: Michael Shigeru Inoue Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.587: Helge Irgens-Moller Add to Shelf
Helge Irgens-Moller was born on January 21, 1922, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Irgens-Moller received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College in Denmark and a doctorate at Oregon State in 1958. While in graduate school, he was hired as an instructor of forest genetics and was promoted to assistant professor after graduating.
Box-Item 2.255: Richard W. Irish Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.588: B.F. Irvine Add to Shelf
Benjamin F. Irvine was born in the 1860s in Scio, Oregon. He studied at Willamette University, where he received a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and doctorate. Beginning in 1892, he worked as the editor of the Corvallis Times. In 1908, Irvine was hired by the Oregon Journal, of which he became editor-in-chief in 1919. Irvine also had considerable influence on Oregon’s higher education. He was appointed to the Oregon State Board of Regents in 1898, a position he held until 1929. That year, he was elected treasurer of Oregon’s Board of Higher Education. He retired from the board and from the Oregon Journal in 1937. Irvine died in 1940.
Box-Item 9.191: B. F. Irvine Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.589: Paul C. Irvine Add to Shelf
Paul C. Irvine was born on February 2, 1902, in Portland, Oregon. Irvine graduated with a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Oregon State in 1926. That year, he was hired to work at the Oregon State Bookstore. In 1927, Irvine was promoted to manager, a position he held for 44 years. Irvine died in 1973.
Reel-Item 1.590: James Irvine, Jr. Add to Shelf
James Irvine, Jr. was born in Phoenix, Arizona, on April 10, 1921. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1944 at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Irvine served in the US Army Corps of Engineers beginning in 1944, gaining the rank of lieutenant colonel. In 1952, Irvine received a master’s of civil engineering from the University of California. He became an assistant professor of military science and tactics at Oregon State in 1959.
Reel-Item 1.591: Hajihe Ishekawa Add to Shelf
Hajihe Ishikawa was born on December 8, 1940, in Tokyo, Japan. Ishikawa attended the University of Tokyo, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1963, a master’s degree in 1965, and a doctorate in 1968. Ishikawa began working at Oregon State in 1968 as a research associate studying biochemical neural development.
Reel-Item 1.592: E.R. (Edwin Russell) Jackman Add to Shelf
Edwin Russell Jackman was born in Stillwater, Minnesota, on February 14, 1894. Jackman attended Montana State from 1914 to 1917. He left during World War I, when he served as a lieutenant in the US Army until 1919. After the war, Jackman returned and received a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1920. He worked as a county extension agent in Oregon until 1922, when he became an extension crop specialist at Oregon State. In 1950, Jackman received a sabbatical leave to observe agriculture in Chile, Brazil, and Peru. In 1954, he was promoted to OSU range crop management specialist. Jackman received the USDA Superior Service Award in 1956. He retired in 1959.
Box-Item 9.192: E.R. (Edwin Russell) Jackman Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.256: Charles Jackson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.593: James C. Jackson, Jr. Add to Shelf
James C. Jackson, Jr. was born in Florence, South Carolina, on March 2, 1922. Jackson enlisted in the military in 1942, where he served with airborne infantry and infantry units. He served as an instructor of military science and tactics from 1952 to 1953 before resigning.
Reel-Item 1.594: Marie Hull Jackson Add to Shelf
Marie Hull Jackson was born on September 26, 1904, in Applegate, Oregon. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1925 from the University of Oregon and a second bachelor’s degree in library science from the University of Washington in 1926. That year, Jackson began working at the library at Oregon State. In 1944 she was promoted to Catalog Librarian, the head of the Oregon State Catalog Department.
Box-Item 9.193: Marie Hull Jackson Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.257: Milton Jackson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.52: Thomas L. Jackson Add to Shelf
Soil Science
Reel-Item 1.595: Gerald B. Jacobsen Add to Shelf
Gerald B. Jacobsen was born on November 25, 1939, in Spokane, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree from Whitman College in 1961. Jacobsen then went on to Purdue University, where he received a master’s degree in 1966 and a doctorate in 1970. He worked as an instructor at Purdue and was a fellow at the National Institute of Health during this time. While finishing his degree, Jacobsen was hired as a research associate at Oregon State in 1969. He studied embryogenesis.
Box-Item 9.194: Gerald B. Jacobsen Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.596: Wesley P. James Add to Shelf
Wesley P. James was born on November 11, 1934, in Circle, Montana. He studied civil engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1951 from Montana State and a master’s degree in 1961 from Purdue University. After working for the US Coast and Geodetic Survey and the US Bureau of Reclamation, James was hired as an instructor of civil engineering at Oregon State in 1965.
Box-Item 9.195: Wesley P. James Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 6.12: Demetrios Jameson Add to Shelf
Art
Reel-Item 1.597: Kate Wetzel Jameson Add to Shelf
Kate Wetzel Jameson was born in Perrysburg, Ohio, on October 15, 1870. She attended Ohio Wesleyan University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 1905 and a master’s degree in 1910. Following two years abroad in Germany studying education, psychology, and German language, she received a second master’s degree in 1914 and a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin in 1916. Jameson worked as the dean of women at the University of Montana and the University of Arizona before holding the same position at Oregon State from 1923 until her retirement in 1941. Jameson died in 1967. Her memory was honored with a memorial fund for students to study abroad, the Kate W. Jameson International Education Award.
Box-Item 9.196: Kate Wetzel Jameson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.598: Neal Clement Jamison Add to Shelf
Neal Clement Jamison was born in Reeves County, Texas, on December 13, 1890. He received a bachelor’s degree in history and economics from the College (now University) of the Puget Sound in 1912. Jamison received a second bachelor’s degree, this one in agriculture, from Oregon State in 1914. After graduating, he worked for the Oregon cow testing association and the Washington State extension service. In 1917, he was hired as a Washington county agricultural agent by the Oregon State extension service. In 1920, he became a field representative for the Oregon Dairymen’s League. Just a year later, he was appointed Dairy Extension Specialist for Oregon State. Jamison died in 1931.
Box-Item 9.197: Neal Clement Jamison Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.599: Albert Otto Jarvi Add to Shelf
Albert Otto Jarvi was born on October 8, 1916, in Seattle, Washington. He studied civil engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1938 and a master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1939. Jarvi worked for the University of Washington and as the chief structural engineer for the CH2M engineering firm before becoming faculty at Oregon State in 1960. He was awarded the 1971 School of Engineering outstanding teacher award. Jarvi died in 1973.
Box-Item 9.198: Albert Otto Jarvi Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.600: William Jasper Add to Shelf
William Jasper graduated from Oregon State with a degree in engineering in 1967. He worked as an assistant to the motor vehicle inspection division administrator in the Department of Environmental Quality.
Reel-Item 1.601: Clarence V. Jean Add to Shelf
Clarence V. Jean was born on February 2, 1921, in Sedro-Woolley, Washington. He attended Washington State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture in 1942. Jean then went on to Oregon State, where he received a master’s of education in 1952. Jean worked as an instructor of agricultural education at Oregon State from 1951 to 1953, when he resigned.
Box-Item 9.199: Clarence V. Jean Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.192: George M. Jemison Add to Shelf
Forest Management
Box-Item 5.162: Walter J. Jendrzejewski Add to Shelf
Extension
Box-Item 2.258: Lee Jenkins Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.259: Marshall Jennings Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.602: Peter R. Jennings Add to Shelf
Peter R. Jennings was born on January 15, 1931, in Orange, New Jersey. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1953 from Drew University and a doctorate in 1957 from Purdue University. Jennings then became a plant breeder for the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, New York. He worked as a visiting professor at Oregon State from 1972 to 1973 while on sabbatical leave.
Box-Item 9.200: Peter R. Jennings Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.603: Wilfred G. Jensby Add to Shelf
Wilfred G. Jensby was born on May 9, 1929, in Nuckolls, Nebraska. Jensby received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Nebraska in 1958. He worked for Boeing and Convair as an engineer before becoming a research associate at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.201: Wilfred G. Jensby Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.604: Harold D. Jenkins Add to Shelf
Harold D. Jenkins was born on March 24, 1904, in Wakenda, Missouri. He attended the University of Kansas, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1929 and a master’s degree in 1930. Jenkins then went on to receive a doctorate from Yale University in 1936. Jenkins worked as an instructor of English for several institutions before becoming a faculty member at Oregon State in 1944. He was promoted to full professor in 1959.
Box-Item 9.202: Harold D. Jenkins Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.605: Clyde Marcus Jensen Add to Shelf
Clyde Marcus Jensen was born on November 11, 1904, in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Jensen attended the US Naval Academy from 1921 to 1925, where he earned a bachelor’s degree. He worked as a professor of naval science at several institutions including Oregon State from 1948 to 1951. Jensen retired from the Navy in 1955. Two years later, he returned to Oregon State as an assistant professor of general engineering. Jensen held this position from 1957 to 1963, when he became assistant registrar. He died in 1969.
Box-Item 4.194: James H. Jensen Add to Shelf
President. Deceased January, 1993
Box-Item 4.193: J. (John) Granville Jensen Add to Shelf
Geography and Geosciences
Box-Item 5.163: Leland C. Jensen Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.195: Louisa A. Jensen Add to Shelf
Seed Laboratory
Reel-Item 1.606: Norman R. Jensen Add to Shelf
Norman R. Jensen was born in Bellingham, Washington, on July 5, 1923. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1951 from Brigham Young University and a master’s of education in 1957 from the University of Oregon. Jensen worked for eleven years in Portland Public Schools, as well as for the Portland State Extension Center beginning in 1962. In the latter position, he worked as an assistant professor of audio-visual instruction.
Box-Item 9.203: Norman R. Jensen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.607: William Arthur Jensen Add to Shelf
William Arthur Jensen was born on December 3, 1881, in Cache County, Utah. Jensen joined Oregon State’s staff in 1907 as executive secretary to President Kerr. He was acting president in 1924 when Kerr recovered from a serious car accident. Jenson would later serve as executive secretary to President Peavy, as well as work as a member of the Oregon State’s administrative council. Oregon State’s campus gates are dedicated to Jensen for his support of Works Progress Administration projects on campus in the 1930s. He died in 1945.
Box-Item 9.204: William Arthur Jensen Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.608: William S. Jensen Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.609: Frank Jeppe Add to Shelf
Alfred Frank Jeppe was born on February 11, 1918. In 1943, Jeppe began working as a book binder. His union sent him to fill a position at what was then the OSU Print Shop in 1948. This would be Jeppe's life-long career. In 1973, he was inducted into the university’s 25-Year-Club to honor a quarter-century of employment at Oregon State. Jeppe retired in 1980 but continued working in his at-home studio until 2005.
Box-Item 2.260: Dennis Jespersen Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.610: Lorna C. Jessup Add to Shelf
Lorna C. Jessup graduated from Oregon State in 1923. After graduating, she began working on the home economics staff at Arizona State, eventually becoming head of the department. In 1927, Jessup returned to Oregon State to work as the Assistant Dean of Women. While at Oregon State, she helped to establish seven successful cooperative living houses. She resigned in 1946 to become the Dean of Women at Arizona State.
Box-Item 9.205: Lorna C. Jessup Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.611: Donald E. Jewell Add to Shelf
Donald E. Jewell was born on January 2, 1915, in Iowa County, Wisconsin. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1947 from the University of Wisconsin. For the next two years, Jewell worked as an instructor of agricultural engineering at the University of Wyoming. In 1949, he became an assistant professor of agricultural engineering at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.612: James Ralph Jewell Add to Shelf
James Ralph Jewell received a bachelor’s degree in 1903 from Coe College in Iowa, a master’s degree in 1904 and a doctorate in 1906 from Clark University in Massachusettes. Later, Jewell served as the Dean of Education at Arkansas State. During this time, he also earned a doctor of laws from Arkansas. In 1927, he became Dean of Education at Oregon State. Jewell held this position for fourteen years.
Box-Item 9.206: James Ralph Jewell Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.53: Richard P. Jiang Add to Shelf
Foreign Languages & Literatures
Box-Item 2.261: Morrie Jimenez Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.613: Gordon A. Johnsgard Add to Shelf
Gordon A. Johnsgard was born on October 8, 1912, in Christine, North Dakota. Johnsgard received a bachelor’s degree in 1934 from North Dakota Agricultural College, a master’s degree in 1938 from Michigan State, and a doctorate in 1941 from Cornell University. He worked as an instructor at several institutions before becoming a professor of soils and soil scientist at Oregon State in 1959.
Box-Item 9.207: Gordon A. Johnsgard Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.614: Bruce R. Johnson Add to Shelf
Bruce R. Johnson was born on March 9, 1940, in Portland, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 and a master’s degree in 1963. Johnson then went on to the University of Oregon where he received a doctorate in 1970. That year, he became an assistant professor of statistics at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.615: Charles L. Johnson Add to Shelf
Charles L. Johnson was born on October 23, 1927, in Ulen, Minnesota. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1952 from Valley City State Teachers College in North Dakota and a master’s degree in 1967 from the University of North Dakota. Johnson worked as a high school teacher from 1953 to 1969 before becoming an instructor of education at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.616: Elliott B. Johnson Add to Shelf
Elliot B. Johnson was born on June 15, 1924, in Avon, South Dakota. In school, he studied civil engineering. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1948 from South Dakota State and a master’s degree in 1951 from Iowa State. Johnson worked as an instructor at Iowa State and Chico State College (now California State University, Chico) before becoming an instructor of engineering at Oregon State in 1966.
Reel-Item 1.617: Henry Scott Johnson Add to Shelf
Henry Scott Johnson was born on September 5, 1937, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from the University of Vermont in 1962. After graduating, he became a research assistant managing the Horticultural Research Center at Oregon State. Johnson served in this position for one year before becoming the Marion County Extension Agent in 1963. He assisted with tomato, corn, and pea variety trials in Marion County.
Box-Item 5.55: James W. Johnson Add to Shelf
Forest Products
Box-Item 5.54: John Granville Johnson Add to Shelf
Geology
Reel-Item 1.618: Joe B. Johnson Add to Shelf
Joe B. Johnson was born in Wallowa, Oregon, on July 23, 1917. Johnson attended Oregon State, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1939. After graduating, he worked as an agriculture instructor at Imbler High School and Griswold Union High School in Oregon. Johnson then returned to Oregon State to earn a master’s degree in 1947. That year, he became an assistant professor of animal husbandry at Oregon State. He was promoted to associate professor in 1952. Johnson resigned in 1958 to teach at Washington State.
Reel-Item 1.619: John A. Johnson Add to Shelf
John A. Johnson was born on September 11, 1929, in Shreveport, Louisiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1951 from Memphis State University and a master’s degree in 1953 from the University of Tennessee. From 1955-56, Johnson worked as an assistant quality production analyst with the U.S. Air Force. He then received a doctorate in 1959 from Louisiana State University. Johnson worked as an instructor at Louisiana State from 1958 to 1962. Beginning in 1963, Johnson worked at Oregon State as an assistant professor of geography.
Box-Item 9.208: John A. Johnson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.620: Lavon C. Johnson Add to Shelf
Lavon C. Johnson was born in Torrey, Utah, on November 24, 1932. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1953 from Brigham Young University. Johnson then went on to Utah State where he received a master’s degree in 1959. He worked as an instructor of physical education and intercollegiate gymnastics coach there until 1964. That year, he began working as an assistant professor of physical education at Oregon State. In 1967, Johnson earned a doctorate from Utah State while continuing to work at Oregon State. In the 1970s, Johnson resigned to work at Brigham Young University.
Reel-Item 1.621: Lawrence E. Johnson Add to Shelf
Lawrence E. Johnson was born in Warren, Oregon, on June 18, 1923. Johnson attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural management in 1953. After graduating, Johnson stayed at Oregon State as an instructor in Poultry Husbandry.
Reel-Item 1.622: Leone Mildred Johnson Add to Shelf
Leone Mildred Johnson was born in Stonington, Illinois, on August 14, 1902. Johnson received a bachelor’s degree in home economics from North Dakota State in 1926. She worked in adult education at North Dakota State before coming to Oregon State. Johnson then received a master’s degree at Oregon State in 1948. After graduating, she worked as program consultant and social advisor for the Memorial Union.
Box-Item 9.209: Leone Mildred Johnson Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 2.262: Linwood E. Johnson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.56: Malcolm J. Johnson Add to Shelf
Agronomy
Reel-Item 1.623: Ray G. Johnson Add to Shelf
Ray G. Johnson was born on April 12, 1902, in Clovis, California. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in animal husbandry in 1924. Johnson worked as an extension agent in Grant County from 1928 until 1935 when he became professor of animal husbandry. From 1942 to 147, Johnson served as the head of the Department of Animal Husbandry (later Animal Science) at Oregon State. During his tenure, he took a 1944 leave of absence to work with the Department of State in China, Mongolia, Tibet, India, and Africa as an agricultural specialist and another the following year to organize the food and agricultural relief program with the Foreign Economic Administration in areas affected by American military activity in China. He resigned from his position at Oregon State in 1947 to work for the International Basic Economy Corporation and the American International Association in South America. Johnson continued to work in agricultural programs across the world until his retirement in 1967. He died in 1973.
Box-Item 9.210: Ray G. Johnson Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 2.263: Richard E. Johnson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.264: Richard K. Johnson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.624: Robert Johnson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.265: Stephen H. Johnson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.625: Tracy Worden Johnson Add to Shelf
Tracy Wordon Johnson was born in Waupaca, Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1924 with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural journalism and a minor in agricultural economics. He then went on to receive a master’s degree in 1925 in the same field. After graduating, Johnson worked as an instructor of journalism at North Dakota State while also contributing to Fargo, North Dakota, radio stations. Johnson corresponded at length between 1936 to 1938 with John Burtner in the Oregon State News Bureau regarding a position opening there. This collection contains these letters. Ultimately, Johnson went on to become an assistant professor of journalism at Oregon State in 1938.
Box-Item 9.211: Tracy Worden Johnson Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.626: Kenneth G. Johnston Add to Shelf
Kenneth G. Johnston was born on October 13, 1922, in Wilmington, Illinois. Johnston attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1948. After graduating, Johnston worked as a reporter for the United Press for one year. He then went on to receive a master’s degree in 1951 from the University of California, Los Angeles. Johnston worked as an instructor of English at the University of Colorado, Boulder, from 1956 to 1959, when he became an instructor of English at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.164: Wallace E. Johnson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.627: Betty-Sue Joiner Add to Shelf
Betty-Sue Joiner was born in Corvallis, Oregon, on March 3, 1920. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1941 from Oregon State and a master’s degree in 1943 from Cornell University. Joiner worked as a research assistant at Cornell while a graduate student. After graduating, she worked as an extension home demonstration agent at the University of California. In 1956, Joiner became a home economist at Oregon State. She died in 1965.
Box-Item 2.266: Otmar Jonas Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.628: Jon Franklin Jonasson Add to Shelf
Jon Franklin Jonasson was born on July 11, 1937, in Portland, Oregon. Jonasson attended Oregon State and received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 and a master’s of education in 1961. After graduating, Jonasson stayed at Oregon State as a student loan officer until 1964 when be became the assistant Dean of Men from 1964 until 1966, and then the assistant director of financial aid beginning in 1966.
Box-Item 2.267: Daniel P. Jones Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.629: E. Stanley Jones Add to Shelf
E. Stanley Jones attended City College in Maryland and Asbury College in Kentucky. Beginning in 1907, he was a Christian evangelist that worked in missions for the North India Annual Conference. Jones was a visiting member of the University Christian Embassy team. Corvallis churches sponsored a week of speaking engagements, including some on-campus, for the team in 1938.
Box-Item 2.268: Hilda M. Jones Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.630: Homer W. Jones Add to Shelf
Homer W. Jones was born in Ventura, California, on November 15, 1941. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1969 from California State Polytechnic University, a master’s degree in 1971 from Chico State, and a doctorate in 1973 from Oregon State. He worked as an instructor at Oregon State beginning in 1972. His research interest was the effectiveness of the Delphi Technique on large groups.
Box-Item 2.269: Larry M. Jones Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.631: Leo Edward Jones Add to Shelf
Leo Edward Jones was born on February 12, 1918, in Dunsmuir, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in Chico State in 1940. He worked for the US Department of Agriculture several years before earning his doctorate from Oregon State in 1950. After graduating, Jones stayed at Oregon State as an assistant professor of botany. In 1957, he was promoted to associate professor.
Box-Item 9.212: Leo Edward Jones Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.632: Idwal Ralph "I.R." Jones Add to Shelf
Idwal Ralph “I.R.” Jones was born on December 22, 1898, in Friendsville, Pennsylvania. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1920 from Pennsylvania State, a master’s degree in 1921 from Rutgers University, and a doctorate in 1925 from the University of Minnesota. Jones joined the Oregon State staff the same year as an assistant professor of dairy husbandry. In 1960, Jones was awarded a Fulbright grant to lecture at University College in Cork, Ireland. During this time he also presented a series of lectures in Ireland. Jones returned to Oregon State and continued his work as a professor of animal science until his retirement in 1965. After retiring, he worked on assignment in Brazil for the US State Department, serving two years on improvement of livestock feeding programs. Jones died in 1968.
Box-Item 9.213: Idwal Ralph "I.R." Jones Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.633: Sidney Carroll Jones Add to Shelf
Sidney Carroll Jones was born in McCook County, South Dakota, on July 16, 1898. He earned a bachelor’s degree in forestry from Oregon State in 1926, a master’s degree in entomology from Iowa State in 1928, and a doctorate from Cornell University in 1930. Jones worked as an instructor and extension agent for several institutions until he joined the Oregon State staff in 1930 as an assistant entomologist. Jones was ultimately promoted to Professor of Entomology in 1957 and served in this position until his death in 1973.
Box-Item 9.214: Sidney Carroll Jones Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 9.215: Guido A. Jorquera Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.634: Donald M. Jorve Add to Shelf
Donald M. Jorve was born on January 8, 1930, in LaMoure, North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1952 from Concordia College in Minnesota, a master’s degree in 1955 from Wisconsin, and a master’s of library science from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1957. Jorve worked as a serials librarian for San Diego State and Concordia College before joining the Oregon State staff in 1961 as a documents librarian.
Reel-Item 1.635: Alfred A. Joseph Add to Shelf
Alfred A. Joseph was born in Collinsville, Illinois, on January 1, 1917. He attended the University of Missouri, where he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1938. Joseph was commissioned into the US military in 1938 and served in active duty beginning in 1941. He served in the Western and Mediterranean Theaters in World War II. He ultimately earned the rank of major as well as two Bronze Star awards for his service. In 1952, Joseph joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of military science and tactics.
Box-Item 9.216: Alfred A. Joseph Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.165: Earle Jossy Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.636: Donald E. Jost Add to Shelf
Donald E. Jost was born on November 5, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois. He studied chemical engineering, and received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware in 1958 and a doctorate from Princeton University in 1964. The latter was awarded after he began teaching. He worked as an instructor at Princeton for three years before joining Oregon State in 1963 as an assistant professor in chemical engineering.
Box-Item 9.217: Donald E. Jost Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.637: Etta Westenhouse Judd Add to Shelf
Etta Westenhouse Judd was born on February 20, 1909, in Oregon. She received her bachelor’s degree from Willamette University in 1932 and another bachelor’s degree in library science from Illinois in 1935. After graduating, she worked at the Willamette University Library until she married her husband. In 1951, Judd joined the Oregon State staff where she became head reference librarian. She retired in 1971. Judd died in 1974.
Box-Item 2.270: David C. Junge Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.638: Anaita Shelkovnikova Jurgenson Add to Shelf
Anaita Shelkovnikova Jurgenson was born on July 16, 1895, in Tiflis, Russia (in modern-day Georgia). She attended French College in Saint Petersburg, Russia, where she received a bachelor’s degree in arts and literature. She graduated in 1915 as a French teacher. She taught French until 1921. Early in World War II, Jurgenson and her husband immigrated to the United States, where she taught Russian at the Navy Language School in Boulder, Colorado. In 1946, she joined the Oregon State staff as a professor of Russian. Jurgenson retired in 1960 but continued to teach on a part-time basis until 1968. She died in 1969.
Box-Item 9.218: Anaita Shelkovnikova Jurgenson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.639: Ronald Earl Kaiser Add to Shelf
Ronald E. Kaiser was born on December 31, 1924, in Kansas City, Kansas. He attended Oregon State. In 1960, he received a bachelor’s degree in education and in 1962, he received a master’s degree. Beginning in 1958, he worked as a part-time instructor in industrial engineering at Oregon State. In 1960, Kaiser became a full-time instructor.
Box-Item 9.219: Ronald Earl Kaiser Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.640: Philip Blaine Kalar, Sr. Add to Shelf
Philip Blaine Kalar, Sr. was born on November 13, 1902, in Sioux City, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree in music from the Columbia School of Music. He joined Corvallis, Oregon’s KOAC radio station as a director of music and announcer in 1950. Kalar planned all of the station’s classical music programs for eighteen years. While working for KOAC, he received a master’s degree from Oregon State in 1958. Kalar also planned classical programs for KOAP in Portland, Oregon. He died in 1968.
Box-Item 9.2220: Philip Blaine Kalar, Sr. Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 5.57: Steven R. Kale Add to Shelf
Geography
Box-Item 2.271: Rudy M. Kallander Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.272: James A. Kamm Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.273: Paula H. Kanarek Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.641: Philip C. Kane Add to Shelf
Philip C. Kane was born on February 7, 1938, in Bearcreek, Montana. He received a bachelor’s degree in geology from Idaho State in 1961. After graduating, he joined the US Army. He earned a Bronze Star and a Silver Star for his service as well as the rank of major. In 1969, Kane became an associate professor of military science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.221: Philip C. Kane Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.642: James H. Kanzelmeyer Add to Shelf
James Herbert Kanzelmeyer was born in Manila, the Philippines, on August 9, 1926. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1947. Kanzelmeyer then went on to Oregon State in 1949, where he was a graduate student and a graduate assistant in chemistry. He graduated from Oregon State in 1955 with a doctorate in chemistry.
Reel-Item 1.643: Kathrine Johnson Karikka Add to Shelf
Kathrine Johnson Karikka was born in St. Anthony, Idaho, on January 6, 1917. She received a bachelor’s degree from Utah State in 1938 and a master’s degree from Cornell University in 1940. After graduating, Karikka ran the Arm and Hammer Baking Soda Company test kitchen for one year. She pursued postgraduate studies at Oregon State in 1965. Starting the same year, she worked as an instructor in home management.
Reel-Item 1.644: Malcom H. Karr Add to Shelf
Malcolm H. Karr was born on August 3, 1926, in Hoquiam, Washington. He graduated from Oregon State in 1953 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. During his final year of school, he began working as an instructor and student assistant for the Department of Civil Engineering. He continued working as an instructor at Oregon State after graduating.
Reel-Item 1.645: Max Katz Add to Shelf
Max Katz was born in Seattle, Washington, on March 27, 1919. Katz attended the University of Washington, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1939, a master’s degree in 1942, and a doctorate in 1949. While a doctoral candidate, Katz worked as a teaching fellow for the University of Washington School of Fisheries. In 1953, he joined the Oregon State staff as a fishery research biologist for the US Public Health Service.
Box-Item 2.274: Barbara Karmel Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.275: Donald J. Karpen Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.276: Paul C. Katen Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.277: R. Daniel Keck Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.646: R.S. (Spec) Keene Add to Shelf
R. S. (Spec) Keene was born on July 1, 1894, in Oregon. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in 1921. After graduating, he worked as an instructor of physical education beginning in 1922. Keene left Oregon State in 1926 to work as the Director of Physical Education and Athletics at Willamette University. He held this position until 1941. In 1947, Keene returned to Oregon State to work as athletic director until his retirement in 1965. He died in 1977.
Box-Item 9.222: R.S. (Spec) Keene Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.647: Charles Samuel Keevil Add to Shelf
Charles Samuel Keevil studied engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1923, a master’s degree in 1927, and a doctorate in 1930. While a doctoral candidate there, Keevil worked as an instructor of engineering. After graduating, he was appointed professor and department head of the School of Engineering at Oregon State.
Box-Item 2.278: Lisa Kelleher Add to Shelf
Box-Item 2.279: Richard Owen Kellems Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.648: Theodore A. Keller Add to Shelf
Theodore A. Keller was born in Pennsylvania on August 16, 1946. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1969 from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in 1971 from the University of Montana. After graduating, he joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of art.
Box-Item 2.280: John P. Kelley Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.649: Carol A. Kelly Add to Shelf
Carol A. Kelly was born in Xenia, Ohio, on December 18, 1943. Kelly received a bachelor’s degree from Stanford in 1964. Kelly then went on to the University of Colorado, earning a master’s degree in 1968 and a doctorate in 1970. After graduating, Kelly joined the Oregon State staff as a counselor at the Counseling Center.
Reel-Item 1.650: Patrick B. Kelly Add to Shelf
Patrick B. Kelly was born on January 2, 1942, in Boise, Idaho. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1965 from Oregon State. Kelly worked as an industry civil engineer from 1965 to 1966. He then joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of civil engineering.
Box-Item 9.223: Patrick B. Kelly Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Box-Item 4.196: Lora Ives Kelts Add to Shelf
Agriculture and Forestry Librarian
Box-Item 5.58: George Kerekgyarto Add to Shelf
Industrial Education
Reel-Item 1.651: Francis J. Keneshea Add to Shelf
Francis J. Keneshea was born on June 25, 1921, in Providence, Rhode Island. He attended the University of Rhode Island, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1944 and a master’s degree in 1947. Keneshea then went on to the University of New Mexico, where he received a doctorate in 1951. He worked as a researcher after graduating. In 1963, Keneshea joined the Oregon State staff as an associate professor of chemistry.
Reel-Item 1.652: Robert F. Keniston Add to Shelf
Robert F. Keniston was born on March 29, 1910, in Dietz, Wyoming. In 1929, he received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Nebraska. Keniston then went on to study forestry at the University of California, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1937 and a master’s degree in 1941. Keniston worked for the US Forest Service after graduating. In 1946, he joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of forest management. Keniston earned a doctorate of forestry from Yale in 1962 and continued to work at Oregon State until his death in 1971.
Reel-Item 1.653: Philip Caddell Kennedy Add to Shelf
Philip Caddell Kennedy was born in Los Angeles, California, on February 22, 1934. He attended the University of Redlands in California, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1958. Kennedy worked as a curatorial assistant for the Los Angeles County Art Museum in 1957 and as an instructor of art at several institutions. In 1965, he was appointed assistant professor of art at Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.166: Walter H. Kennick Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.654: Ronald P. Kenny Add to Shelf
Ronald P. Kenny was born on February 28, 1925, in Perth, Australia. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of West Australia in 1946 and a master’s degree from the University of Queensland in 1962. Kenny spent three years from 1947 to 1950 in Antarctica with an Australian national expedition. He went on to work as a zoology demonstrator and lecturer at several institutions in Australia, as well as at Duke University in North Carolina, USA. Kenny performed studies on ecology of intertidal fauna at the Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon.
Reel-Item 1.655: Joe Kent Kerby Add to Shelf
Joe Kent Kerby was born on March 22, 1933, in Provo, Utah. He received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1959, a master’s of business administration from Northwestern University in 1960, and a doctorate from Columbia University in 1962. That year, Kerby became an assistant professor of business administration at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.224: Joe Kent Kerby Add to Shelf
Original documents that are illegible on microfilm.
Reel-Item 1.656: William F. Kerka Add to Shelf
William F. Kerka was born on April 5, 1921, in Cleveland, Ohio. He studied mechanical engineering, receiving a bachelor’s degree at Fenn College (now Cleveland State University) in 1948 and a master’s degree at the Case Institute of Technology (now Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland) in 1952. After graduating, Kerka worked as an instructor of mechanical engineering at Case Institute of Technology until 1952. That year, he joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of mechanical engineering.
Box-Item 9.225: William F. Kerka Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.657: Clyde Kernek Add to Shelf
Clyde Kernek was born in Gatewood, Montana, on January 5, 1909. He was raised in Oklahoma and attended the University of Ohio where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1930. He then graduated from the University of Ohio with a medical degree in 1937. Kernek joined the Oregon State staff as a surgical consultant with Student Health Services. He worked in this position from 1955 to 1977.
Reel-Item 1.658: William Jasper Kerr Add to Shelf
William Jasper Kerr was born on November 17, 1863, in Richmond, Utah. Kerr graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Utah in 1885. He taught mathematics at the University of Utah until he was appointed president of Brigham Young College (now University), where he served from 1894 to 1900. Kerr received the first of three honorary doctorates in 1898, a doctorate of science from the General Education Board of Utah. His other two honorary degrees were two doctorates of law from the University of Idaho in 1921 and a from Utah State in 1938. From 1900 to 1907, he worked as president of Utah State. In 1907, he was appointed the eighth president of Oregon State. Kerr served as Oregon State president until 1932. Beginning in 1911, he also worked as the president of the Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities. More than twenty Oregon State buildings were constructed during Kerr’s tenure as president. Oregon State also established the Department of Forestry during his appointment. From 1932 to 1935, he served as the first chancellor of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education. Kerr retired in 1935 but continued to work for the board as the director of Division of Research in Production and Marketing until 1939. He died in 1947. The Kerr Library was named in his honor from 1963 until 1996, when it was renamed. The Kerr Administration Building was named for the past president in 1996.
Box-Item 9.226: William Jasper Kerr Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.659: Ethel Kesler Add to Shelf
Ethel Kesler was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on April 27, 1928. She studied physical education, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1949 from the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina and a master’s degree in 1953 from Wellesley College. After graduating, Kesler was appointed an instructor of women’s physical education at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.660: John Lord Kice Add to Shelf
John Lord Kice was born on February 18, 1930, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He studied at Harvard University, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1950, a master’s degree in 1953, and a doctorate in 1954. Kice worked as an instructor of chemistry at the University of South Carolina from 1956 to 1960 before being appointed associate professor of chemistry at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.661: John M. Kierzerk Add to Shelf
John M. Kierzek was born on March 20, 1881, in Minto, North Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1913 from Carleton College in Minnesota. Kierzek then went on to the University of Minnesota, where he received a master’s degree in 1917 and a doctorate in 1925. He joined the Oregon State staff while finishing his doctoral requirements in 1924. Kierzek was ultimately appointed professor of English. He wrote the textbook Handbook of English Fundamentals and The Macmillan Handbook of English, both foundational texts that are still required in many English classes today. He died in 1976.
Reel-Item 1.662: John A. Kiger Add to Shelf
John A. Kiger, Jr. graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 1963 with a bachelor’s degree in biology and in 1968 with a doctorate in biophysics and chemistry. Kiger edited the book The Biology of Behavior published by the Oregon State University Press in 1973. Kiger is a professor emeritus of biochemistry and biophysics at the University of California in Davis.
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Reel-Item 1.663: John George Kilian Add to Shelf
John George Kilian was born in Burlington, Iowa, on February 27, 1921. He received a doctorate of veterinary medicine from Iowa State. He practiced veterinary medicine from 1950 to 1955 before joining the Oregon State staff as an assistant veterinarian. In 1961, Kilian was appointed associate veterinarian.
Box-Item 5.59: Kenneth Jay Killingsworth Add to Shelf
Extension
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Radiation Biology
Reel-Item 1.664: Arthur S. King Add to Shelf
Arthur S. King was born on September 13, 1906, in Corvallis, Oregon. He attended Oregon State, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1928 and a master’s degree in 1930. As a graduate student, King joined the Oregon State staff in 1929 with the Extension Service in Union County. The following year, he was appointed soils specialist with the Central Extension staff. He was also a member of the Oregon Water Resource Congress, serving as its secretary from 1943 to 1949. King retired in 1972 and died later that year.
Reel-Item 1.665: Charles Glen King Add to Shelf
Charles Glen King was born in Entiat, Washington, on October 22, 1896. He graduated from Washington State in 1918 with a bachelor’s degree. King then went on to the University of Pittsburgh, where he received a master’s degree in 1920 and a doctorate in 1923. King worked at various institutions, including the University of Pittsburgh and Columbia University. He became famous for discovering Vitamin C in 1932. King worked as nutrition advisor to the Eisenhower administration and established the Nutrition Foundation. He was awarded the Charles Spence Award from the American Chemical Society and a medal of honor from the Academy of Sciences in Czechoslovakia. King died in 1988.
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English
Reel-Item 1.666: Tsoo E. King Add to Shelf
Tsoo E. King was born in 1916 in China. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1936 from the National Central University in Taiwan. King then went on to Oregon State, where he received a master’s degree in 1948 and a doctorate in 1949. He joined the Oregon State staff as a research fellow in 1946. King was appointed assistant professor of chemistry in 1951 and full professor in 1958. King was awarded a travel grant to attend the International Biochemical Congress in Moscow, Russia, in 1961.
Box-Item 2.284: J. Polly Kinney Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.667: Otho V. Kinsley Add to Shelf
Otho V. Kinsley was born in Tucson, Arizona, on September 24, 1932. Kinsley graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1954 from Arizona State. Kinsley was a major in the US Air Force and beginning in 1961, he taught aerospace studies at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.106: Lester Kirkendall Add to Shelf
Family Life
Reel-Item 1.668: William J. Kirkham Add to Shelf
William J. Kirkham was born on August 3, 1901, in Harrison County, Indiana. Kirkham attended Indiana University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 1927 and a master’s degree in 1928. He joined the Oregon State staff in 1929, returned to Indiana to complete a doctorate in mathematics, and rejoined Oregon State in 1935. Kirkham taught mathematics until his retirement in 1968. He died in 1972.
Box-Item 2.285: Theodore Patrick Kistner Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.669: Laurence Kitching Add to Shelf
Laurence Kitching was born on May 1, 1937, in Bracklesham Bay, Sussex, England. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1962 from the University of British Columbia. While a student in British Columbia, he worked for two years as a teaching assistant in the department of German. In 1963, Kitching was appointed as an instructor of German and French in the Department of Modern Languages at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.670: Karl T. Kleeman Add to Shelf
Karl T. Kleeman was born on November 21, 1942, in Dubuque, Iowa. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 1965 and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1970. In 1970, Kleeman joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of microbiology.
Reel-Item 1.671: Donald A. Klein Add to Shelf
Donald A. Klein was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on September 11, 1935. He studied at the University of Vermont, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1957 and a master’s degree in 1961. He then went on to Pennsylvania State, where he received a doctorate in 1966. In 1967, Klein joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of microbiology.
Box-Item 9.228: Donald A. Klein Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.1: Leonard M. Klein Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.672: Kurt Klemm Add to Shelf
Kurt Klemm was born on July 1, 1935, in Austria. He graduated with a doctorate from the Hochschule fuer Bodenkultur (the University of Agriculture) in Vienna. In 1963, Klemm began working as an assistant professor at the University of Agriculture. He was granted leave beginning in 1965 in order to complete a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Oregon State Department of Horticulture.
Reel-Item 1.673: Ray H. Kliewer Add to Shelf
Ray H. Kliewer was born in Tulare, California, on October 8, 1929. He studied dairy husbandry, production, genetics, and breeding. Kliewer graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1957 from California State Polytechnic and a master’s degree in 1960 from Oregon State. He worked as a research assistant as a graduate student. After graduating, he became an instructor and later assistant professor of animal science at Oregon State. Kliewer obtained a leave of absence from 1962 to 1965 to earn a doctorate in 1965 from Michigan State. His appointment at Oregon State ended in 1969 when Kliewer accepted an appointment with the Holstein-Friesian Association of America.
Reel-Item 1.674: Ruth N. Klippstein Add to Shelf
Ruth N. Klippstein was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on January 4, 1923. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1944 from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s degree in 1946 from Michigan State. After graduating, Klippstein worked as a nutrition specialist for the Oregon State Extension Service until 1948. She stayed at Oregon State as a home agent until 1950. In 1957, Klippstein began working as an associate professor of nutrition at Oregon State.
Box-Item 3.2: Beverly Knapp Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.675: Ernest C. Knapp Add to Shelf
Ernest C. Knapp was born on March 3, 1906, in Salem, Oregon. In 1929, he joined the US Army. Knapp became active duty in 1940. His service in World War II earned him the Legion of Merit and Commendation Ribbon. After the war, he was commissioned into the Regular Army. Knapp joined the Oregon State staff as a professor of military science and tactics in 1954.
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Reel-Item 1.676: Edward T. Knecht Add to Shelf
Edward T. Knecht was born on October 12, 1927, in Toledo, Ohio. He received a bachelor’s degree in education in 1950 from the University of Toledo and a master’s degree in 1958 from the University of Michigan. In 1965, he joined the Oregon State staff as assistant football coach.
Reel-Item 1.677: Aleksandar L. Knejevich Add to Shelf
Aleksandar L. Knezevich was born on January 19, 1927 in Yugoslavia. He studied veterinary science, receiving a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin, a doctorate from the Veterinary College in Vienna, Austria, and a veterinarian diploma from the University of Belgrade in Yugoslavia. Knezevich ran a general veterinary practice in Yugoslavia from 1953 to 1960. In 1961, he began working for the University of Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. In 1964, Knezevich left Wisconsin to become an associate scientist for the Oregon Regional Primate Research Center. In 1968, he was appointed associate professor of veterinary medicine.
Box-Item 3.4: Carol Knell Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.678: Arlin D. Knight Add to Shelf
Arlin D. Knight was born in Tetonia, Idaho, on April 12, 1930. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1952 from the University of Idaho. He then went on to Utah State to earn master’s and doctoral degrees. After graduating in 1962, Knight stayed on at Utah State as an assistant professor. In 1966, he joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of animal science.
Reel-Item 1.679: Paul X. Knoll Add to Shelf
Paul X. Knoll was born in La Porte City, Iowa, on September 23, 1896. Knoll attended the Iowa State Teachers College (University of Northern Iowa), the University of Southern California, and Oregon State. Knoll joined the Oregon State staff in 1928, ultimately becoming a professor of speech. He co-authored The Extempore Speech with Dr. F. W. Wells.
Reel-Item 1.680: Robert P. Knoll Add to Shelf
Robert P. Knoll was born on March 3, 1924. He was raised in Corvallis and graduated from Oregon State in 1948. Knoll worked as the Oregon State Director of Alumni Relations until 1961 before taking a position with the Boeing Company. He died in 2005.
Box-Item 9.229: Robert P. Knoll Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.681: Judith F. Knoshaug Add to Shelf
Judith F. Knoshaug was born on May 28, 1944, in Charlotte, North Carolina. She attended the University of Dayton, where she received a bachelor’s degree in 1966. Knoshaug worked as a student programmer for Oregon State from 1964 until 1966. She worked as an NDEA fellow until 1968. In 1969, Knoshaug was appointed an instructor of mathematics at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.682: Ellis G. Knox Add to Shelf
Ellis G. Knox was born on March 25, 1928, in Sterling, Illinois. Knox attended the University of Illinois, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1949 and a master’s degree in 1950. He then went on to Cornell University to receive a doctorate in 1954. That year, Knox was appointed assistant professor of soils. He ultimately earned the rank of professor before resigning in 1972 to work with a US firm modernizing the land taxation system of Colombia.
Reel-Item 1.683: George Knuepfer Add to Shelf
George Knuepfer was born on July 9, 1904, in Prague, Austria-Hungary. He immigrated to the United States in 1907 and was appointed to the US Naval Academy in 1923. Knuepfer served in active duty between 1927 and 1945.
Box-Item 9.230: George Knuepfer Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.5: Donald M. Knutson Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.684: Burton Koch Add to Shelf
Burton Koch received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Central Washington State College (now Central Washington University) in 1964. He joined the Oregon State staff in 1966 as an instructor of botany while also pursuing his doctorate. In 1967, Koch helped discover the process of nitrogen fixation alongside Harold Evans and Sterling Russell. He graduated in 1971 with a doctorate from Oregon State.
Box-Item 5.168: Jo Anne Kock Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.685: Richard Koe Add to Shelf
Richard Koe was born on December 3, 1931, in Vancouver, Washington. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1955 from the University of Oregon and a master’s degree in 1959 from the University of Minnesota. After graduating, Koe joined the Oregon State staff as an editor for the Office of Publications.
Box-Item 3.6: Carlton S. Koehler Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.686: Robert Charles Koehler Add to Shelf
Robert Charles Koehler was born on May 15, 1919, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received a bachelor’s degree in hotel administration from Cornell University in 1948. After graduating, he joined the Oregon State staff as director of dormitories.
Reel-Item 1.687: Orville Kofoid Add to Shelf
Orville Kofoid was born on February 22, 1909. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Oregon State in 1932 and a master’s degree in hydraulics from Iowa State in 1940. While completing the requirements for his master’s degree, Kofoid worked as an instructor of civil engineering from 1938 to 1939. He returned to Oregon State as an associate professor of civil engineering in 1947.
Reel-Item 1.688: Theodore Kohers Add to Shelf
Theodore Kohers was born in Bielefeld, Germany, on January 13, 1940. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington in 1967. Kohers then went on to the University of Oregon to study business administration. He received a master’s degree and a doctorate of business administration. While completing his degree requirements, Kohers worked as an instructor of business administration at Oregon State from 1971 to 1972.
Box-Item 3.7: James V. Kohl Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.689: Lee R. Kolmer Add to Shelf
Lee R. Kolmer was born in Waterloo, Illinois, on January 4, 1928. He received a bachelor’s degree at Southern Illinois University. Kolmer then went on to Iowa State, where he received a master’s degree in 1952 and a doctorate in 1954. He studied agricultural economics. Kolmer was appointed associate dean and director of the Cooperative Extension Service for the School of Agriculture at Oregon State in 1970.
Box-Item 3.10: Agnes Mary Koltshorn Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.690: T.Z. Koo Add to Shelf
T. Z. Koo received a bachelor’s degree in engineering from St. John’s University in Shanghai, China. Later, he received an honorary master’s degree from the Chinese government and an honorary doctorate of law from Colgate University in New York. Koo worked for the Chinese Railway Service before joining the national committee of the Young Men’s Christian Association of China. In 1925, he represented China at the second opium conference called by the League of Nations in Switzerland. Koo became a recognized Christian speaker and traveled internationally to speak to organizations and universities. He first visited Oregon State in 1938 and returned several times between the 1940s and 1950s.
Box-Item 9.231: T.Z. Koo Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.691: Gerald E. Korzan Add to Shelf
Gerald E. Korzan was born on August 21, 1913, in Kimball, South Dakota. He received a bachelor’s degree from South Dakota State in 1940. Then, he went on to the University of Minnesota to receive master’s and doctoral degrees. Korzan joined the Oregon State Department of Agricultural Economics in 1949 as an assistant professor of agricultural economics. During the 1955-56 academic year, he worked as a visiting professor at Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand. In 1965, he became an economic consultant for the Ford Foundation at the University of Aleppo, Syria, a position he held while still working for the university. Korzan left his post as professor at Oregon State in 1968 to continue working for the Ford Foundation as an agricultural program specialist in Manila, the Philippines.
Box-Item 9.232: Gerald E. Korzan Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.692: H. Kopsch Add to Shelf
Hartmut Kopsch was born in Cologne, Germany, on September 10, 1941. He was raised in England and graduated from Sheffield University in 1963 with a degree in economics. For the following year, Kopsch worked as an assistant agricultural economist in London. He then went on to receive a master’s degree from the University of British Columbia in 1966. After graduating, Kopsch became an instructor of political science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 9.233: H. Kopsch Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.107: Arthur Koski Add to Shelf
Health & Physical Education
Reel-Item 1.693: William Kozumplik Add to Shelf
William Kozumplik received a bachelor’s degree in 1935 from Manhattan College in New York and a master’s degree in 1936 from Catholic University in Washington, DC. He then went on to receive a doctorate in Germanics from the University of Chicago in 1942 and in 1947, a second bachelor’s degree in library science from Columbia University. Kozumplik worked at several academic libraries before becoming an assistant librarian at Oregon State in 1949.
Box-Item 3.11: Lewis J. Krakauer Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.694: Ezra Jacob Kraus Add to Shelf
Ezra Jacob Kraus was borning in Lansing, Michigan, on March 19, 1885. He received a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State in 1907. In 1909, he began working at Oregon State as a research assistant in horticulture. In 1915, Kraus was promoted to professor of research in horticulture. In 1917, Kraus received a doctorate from the University of Chicago before returning to Oregon State to become the Dean of Basic Arts and Sciences from 1917 to 1919. He departed to work for the University of Wisconsin and later, the University of Chicago, until his retirement in 1950. Kraus worked as a visiting professor in horticulture at Oregon State after his retirement until his death in 1960.
Box-Item 9.234: Ezra Jacob Kraus Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.12: Robert W. Krauss Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.695: Charles E. Kremer Add to Shelf
Charles E. Kremer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on April 6, 1904. He received a medical doctorate from Harvard. Kremer joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant physician at Student Health Services in 1958. In 1960, he was promoted to director of Student Health Services. Kremer served in this role until his resignation in 1967.
Box-Item 9.235: Charles E. Kremer Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.696: William J. Kroll Add to Shelf
William Justin Kroll was born on November 24, 1889, in Luxembourg. Kroll received a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate from the Technische Hochschule Charlottenburg in Berlin, Germany. He became known for studying titanium and its alloys. In 1940, at the onset of World War II, he immigrated to the United States. Kroll became a consulting metallurgist to the United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in 1945. In 1951, Kroll joined the faculty of Oregon State and established a non-profit organization called the Metal Research Foundation. He returned to Europe in 1961. After his death in 1973, the Kroll Institute for Extractive Metallurgy was established in 1974 at the Colorado School of Mines by Kroll’s bequest.
Box-Item 9.236: William J. Kroll Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 6.13: Warren E. Kronstad Add to Shelf
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Dairy and Animal Husbandry
Reel-Item 1.697: Kenneth William Krueger Add to Shelf
Kenneth William Kreuger was born on April 13, 1935, in Cody, Wyoming. Kruger received a bachelor’s degree in forestry from the University of Idaho in 1957. He then went on to Oregon State to receive a master’s degree in forest management and a doctorate in tree physiology. In 1962, he joined the Oregon State staff as a member of the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forestry Sciences Laboratory. Kruger died in 1968.
Box-Item 3.14: Paul H. Krumperman Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.16: Judith L. Kuipers Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.698: John C. Kula Add to Shelf
John C. Kula graduated from the Oregon State College of Pharmacy in 1960. He joined the Oregon State staff in the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, where he worked for two years before his appointment to staff pharmacist at Student Health Services. In this new position, Kula continued working as a clinical instructor in pharmaceutical science.
Box-Item 9.237: John C. Kula Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.699: J.H. Kultgen, Jr. Add to Shelf
J. H. Kultgen, Jr. was born on October 16, 1925. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1947 from the University of Texas. He then went on to the University of Chicago to receive a master’s degree and a doctorate in 1951. In 1952, Kultgen joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant professor of philosophy.
Reel-Item 1.700: Robert H. Kunesh Add to Shelf
Robert H. Kunesh was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 30, 1930. He attended the University of Michigan, where he received a bachelor’s degree in forestry in 1952, a bachelor’s degree in wood technology in 1958, and a master’s degree in wood technology in 1960. While a student, Kunesh worked as a research assistant and teaching assistant at various institutions. In 1961, he joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of timber mechanics in the Forest Research Lab.
Box-Item 3.17: Ervin F. Kurth Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.701: Marcel J. LaBerge Add to Shelf
Marcel Joseph LaBerge was born on October 27, 1922, in Scobey, Montana. LaBerge enlisted in the US Navy and in 1953, joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of naval science and Chief Quartermaster in the ROTC.
Box-Item 3.18: Joyce E. LaBriere Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.170: Sheldon L. Ladd Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.702: Mewin Walker LaFollette Add to Shelf
Melvin Walker LaFollette was born in Evansville, Indiana. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1953 from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in 1954 from the University of Iowa. La Follette worked at several institutions before joining the Oregon State staff in 1957 as an instructor of English.
Box-Item 5.60: Harry Bert Lagerstedt Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Box-Item 3.19: James F. Lahey Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.703: Adelaide Valeta Lake Add to Shelf
Adelaide V. Lake was born on December 24, 1897, in Irish Bend, Oregon. She received a bachelor’s degree in 1920 from the University of Oregon. Lake worked for fifteen years as a reporter for the Portland Oregonian. From 1937 to 1939, she worked as an editor and part owner of the weekly Sheridan Sun. Lake came to Oregon State to earn a master’s degree in education in 1942. She joined the Oregon State staff as a graduate student in 1939. Lake stayed on after graduating, becoming an associate professor of journalism, a position she held until her retirement in 1965. During her tenure, she was also the president of Oregon State faculty women from 1953 to 1954. Lake was honored by the Theta Sigma Phi Portland chapter as one of Oregon’s Women of Achievement in 1954 and was honored by the Oregon Press Women in 1962. She died in 1970.
Box-Item 9.238: Adelaide Valeta Lake Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.20: Garland Laliberte Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.704: Luke F. Lamb Add to Shelf
Luke F. Lamb received a bachelor’s degree in 1954 from Idaho State. He then went on to the University of Missouri to receive a master’s of education in 1959 and a doctorate of education in 1961. Lamb worked as an assistant professor of education and associate director of the university’s television program at the University of Missouri until 1963. That year, he was appointed the director of the Division of Continuing Education’s Educational Media department at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.705: Charles E. Land Add to Shelf
Charles E. Land was born July 13, 1937, in San Francisco, California. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1959 from the University of Oregon. Land then went on to the University of Chicago to receive a master’s degree in 1964 and a doctorate in 1968. As a student, he worked at the Los Alamos Scientific Lab and the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. In 1968, Land joined the Oregon State staff as a consultant to the Oregon Space Grant Consortium.
Box-Item 5.61: Andrew S. Landforce Add to Shelf
Extension
Reel-Item 1.706: Donald C. Landon Add to Shelf
Donald C. Landon received a bachelor’s degree in 1934 from Kansas State, where he was commissioned in the Army ROTC. In 1941, he became active duty as an infantry officer. During his wartime service, he reached the rank of colonel and earned the Silver Star. Later, Landon became Assistant Chief of the Office of the G-2 in the Pentagon. Through the 1950s, he attended several military training programs and academies. In 1960, Landon joined the Oregon State staff as a professor of military science.
Reel-Item 1.707: Arne Landsberg Add to Shelf
Arne Landsberg was born on June 10, 1933, in Des Moines, Iowa. He received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Colorado in 1955 and a doctorate from Oregon State in 1964. As a graduate student, Landsberg worked as an instructor of chemical engineering at Oregon State. After graduating, he left Oregon State to volunteer with the Peace Corps, and later, work for the US Bureau of Mines. He died in 2019.
Box-Item 9.239: Arne Landsberg Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.708: Lucy Lane Add to Shelf
Lucy Lane received a bachelor’s degree in 1921 from Baker University in Kansas. She then went on to the University of Iowa to receive a master’s degree in 1938. That year, Lane joined the Oregon State staff as a home economics extension clothing specialist. In 1953, she was appointed head of Clothing, Textiles, and Related Arts in the School of Economics.
Box-Item 3.21: William Martin Langan Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.709: R.D. Langmo Add to Shelf
R.D. Langmo was born on August 23, 1918, in La Grande, Oregon. He received a bachelor’s degree in industrial administration from Oregon State in 1943. After working in the industry for several years, he joined the Oregon State industrial engineering staff in 1948. In 1950, Langmo received a second bachelor’s degree from Oregon State in industrial engineering.
Box-Item 9.240: R. D. Langmo Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.710: Clair Van Norman Langton Add to Shelf
Clair V. Langton was born November 1, 1895, in Ontario, Canada. He received a teaching certificate in 1916 from Michigan State. Langton then went on to the University of Michigan, where he received a bachelor’s degree in education, a master’s degree in public health and hygiene, and a doctorate of public health. He joined the Oregon State staff in 1928 as Director of Health and Physical Education. During this time, he received two more degrees. In 1938, Langton received a doctorate of education from the University of Oregon, and in 1961, a doctorate of law from Eastern Michigan University. Langton retired from his role at Oregon State in 1964 and died in 1973. He received several awards for his work in health and physical education during his lifetime, including the distinguished service award from the Oregon Public Health Association.
Box-Item 9.241: Clair Van Norman Langton Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.711a: E. Roland Laning, Jr. Add to Shelf
E. Roland Laning, Jr. was born on March 27, 1925, in Bridgeton, New Jersey. He attended Rutgers University from 1946 to 1951, where he received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree. Laning worked as a research assistant in farm crops at Rutgers until 1951, when he was appointed research assistant and instructor in farm crops at Oregon State.
Reel-Item 1.711b: Edward James Laurie Add to Shelf
Edward James Laurie was born on November 21, 1925, in Sparks, Nevada. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he received a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1946 and a master’s of business administration in 1951. Laurie worked as an instructor of secretarial studies at Washington State until 1954, when he was appointed assistant professor of secretarial science at Oregon State.
Box-Item 4.198: Lloyd Q. Larse Add to Shelf
Secretarial Science and Business Education
Box-Item 5.62: Francis J. Lawrence Add to Shelf
Horticulture
Box-Item 4.199: Margaret L. Lawrence Add to Shelf
English
Box-Item 3.22: Patrick J. Leach Add to Shelf
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Extension
Box-Item 3.23: Evelyn Leasher Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.712: Ronald Lecander Add to Shelf
Ronald Lecander received a bachelor’s degree in 1960 from Augsburg College in Minnesota. He taught physics at Linfield and Oregon State before attending Iowa State, where he received a doctorate in 1966. In 1969, he went on to join the physics staff at Luther College in Iowa.
Box-Item 4.201: N. Marie Ledbetter Add to Shelf
Textiles & Clothing
Box-Item 3.24: Chris B. LeDoux Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.202: Eugene C. Lee Add to Shelf
Pharmacognosy
Box-Item 3.25: Jong Sun Lee Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.171: Sylvia L. Lee Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.108: Jerome Lloyd LeMaster Add to Shelf
Business Administration
Box-Item 5.63: Morris Lee LeMay Add to Shelf
Associate Dean; Counseling Center. Deceased 1995
Box-Item 3.26: Erwin Bertran Lemon Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.713: Theodore Edward Leonard Add to Shelf
Theodore E. Leonard was born in Seattle, Washington, on October 4, 1928. He graduated from Oregon State in 1950 with two bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering and naval science. Leonard then went on to teach at the US Naval Schools in California until 1952. In 1953, he joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of civil engineering. Leonard left to attend the University of California, Los Angeles, from 1955 to 1956, where he received a master’s degree in civil engineering. He returned to Oregon State after graduating to resume teaching.
Box-Item 9.242: Theodore Edward Leonard Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.27: Gene Spencer Leonardson Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.172: Mary Louise LeSueur Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.30: Charles Stewart Lewis Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.714: Lucy May Lewis Add to Shelf
Lucy May Lewis was born in Iowa. She graduated from the University of Illinois in 1905, where she studied librarianship. She worked as a librarian at New Mexico State for five years before joining the library staff at Oregon State in 1911. In 1920, she was appointed head librarian, a position she held until 1944. Lewis also served as the director of libraries in the Oregon State System of Higher Education from 1932 until 1944. In 1945, Lewis was awarded the honorary degree of doctor of letters by Oregon State. She died in 1951.
Box-Item 9.243: Lucy May Lewis Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 5.173: Theodore Gyle Lewis Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.174: Hiram W. Li Add to Shelf
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Jerome C. R. Li was born on September 9, 1914, in Tientsin, China. Li attended the University of Nanking in China, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1938. He then attended Iowa State State, where he received a doctorate in 1943. Li worked as an instructor of mathematics at Queens College in New York until 1946, when he joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of statistics. He was appointed chairman of the Department of Statistics in 1957. Li died in 1969.
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Reel-Item 1.716: Harry Arthur Lindgren Add to Shelf
Harry Arthur Lindgren was born in 1888 in Minnesota. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in dairy and animal husbandry in 1911. He worked as the superintendent of the Astoria experiment station from 1913 to 1915. In 1920, Lindgren became an animal husbandry specialist for the Oregon State extension service.
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Robert C. Lindsay was born on November 30, 1936, in Montrose, Colorado. He attended Colorado State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1958 and a master’s degree in 1960. Lindsay then went on to Oregon State, where he received a doctorate in 1965. Lindsay worked as a research fellow while a graduate student at Oregon State. After graduating, he became an assistant professor of food science. He left Oregon State in 1969.
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Earl Milo Litwiller was born on December 5, 1893, in Garber, Illinois. He graduated from Kansas State with a bachelor’s degree in 1924 and a master’s degree in 1926. Litwiller was appointed associate professor of horticulture at Kansas State. He then went on to Oregon State to receive a doctorate in 1944. As a graduate student, Litwiller worked as an instructor of horticulture. In 1950, he was promoted to full professor, a position he held until his death in 1976.
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Arthur Eugene Livingston was born on October 29, 1923, in Imperial City, California. Livingston received an associate’s degree in 1947 from Reedley College in California and a bachelor’s degree in 1949 from Fresno State. He then went on to the University of Oregon, where he received a master’s degree in 1950 and a doctorate in 1952. Livingston worked as an instructor while a graduate student and after graduation for various institutions until the 1960s. In 1966, he joined the Oregon State staff as a professor of mathematics. Livingston died in 1971.
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Ralph Frederick Locke was born in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. Locke received a bachelor’s degree in 1939 from the US Naval Academy. During his naval service, he earned the rank of captain. Locke worked at Oregon State from 1963 to 1966 as a professor of naval science and commanding officer of Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps. Locke died in 1972.
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Reel-Item 1.722: Reuben Long Add to Shelf
Reuben Long was born on January 26, 1898, in Lakeview, Oregon. He was raised on his family’s isolated ranch in Fort Rock, Oregon. In 1938, archaeologists unearthed the Fort Rock Cave located on his ranch, which at the time, held the oldest human artifacts ever found in North America. During his lifetime, Long served on a Bureau of Land Management advisory board, as well as advocated for the Bonneville Power Administration and the Rural Electrification Administration to bring electricity to Fort Rock Valley. He served on the state of Oregon’s State Board of Agriculture and donated land to the state to establish the Fort Rock State Park. Long also created a trust that endowed a professorship for the College of Agricultural Science at Oregon State. In 1964, he co-authored a book entitled The Oregon Desert with E. R. Jackman. He died in 1974. After his death, Long was named an honorary member of the Withycombe Club for his contributions to agriculture.
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William P. Lowry was born on November 2, 1927, in Colon, Panama. He received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Cincinnati in 1950 and a master’s degree in meteorology from the University of Wisconsin in 1955. As a graduate student, he worked as a research associate, at the University of Wisconsin. In 1957, Lowry became a meteorologist at the Oregon Forest Research Center at Oregon State. In 1960, he also became an assistant professor of physics at Oregon State. Lowry earned a doctorate in general science from Oregon State in 1962.
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Ralph N. Lunde was born in Bingham Canyon, Utah, on September 27, 1904. He attended Oregon State, where he received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1926. Lunde worked in the mechanical engineering industry until 1929. In 1930, he joined the Oregon State staff as an instructor of agricultural engineering. Lunde was promoted to full professor in 1951, a position he held until his death in 1971.
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Botany and Plant Pathology. Deceased
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English Language Institute and International Education
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Hazel El Maghraby was born in Portland, Oregon, on May 13, 1918. She graduated from Oregon State in 1939 with a bachelor’s degree. El Maghraby worked as a clerk through the first half of the 1940s. She then went on to the University of California, where she received a certificate of librarianship in 1948. After graduating, she joined the Oregon State staff as an assistant reference librarian.
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Reel-Item 1.726: Bernard Mainwaring Add to Shelf
Bernard Mainwaring graduated from Oregon State in 1920 with a bachelor’s degree in commerce. In 1921, he became a partner and editor for the Hermiston Herald. Through the next several years, he would become involved with other news publications, including the Milton Eagle and the Baker Herald. In 1953, Mainwaring joined the Salem Capitol Journal and in 1955, he was named a member of the Oregon State Board of Higher Education. He died in 1957.
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Extension Agricultural Engineering
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Food Science and Technology
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Physical Education
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Animal Science
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Home Economics Education
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Education
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Agricultural Chemistry
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Industrial Arts
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Electrical Engineering
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Animal Science
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Forest Science Lab
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Dean of Women
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Food Science and Technology
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English
Box-Item 5.75: James M. Morris Add to Shelf
Manager, KOAC. Deceased 1995
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Box-Item 4.211: D. Curtis Mumford Add to Shelf
Ag Economics. Deceased May, 1993
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Veterinary Medicine
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Business Administration
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Dean of Faculty
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Food Science & Technology
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English. Deceased
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Chemistry
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Forest Engineering
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Entomology. Deceased 1996
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Family Life
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Electrical Engineering
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Science Librarian
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Physical Education
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Instructional Development
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Education
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Microbiology
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Name later changed to Jean S. (Overholser) Roland.
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Engineering
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Agricultural Engineering
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Oceanography
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Poultry
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Mechanical Engineering
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Political Science and Dean of Men
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Mathematics
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Library
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Box-Item 3.189: Ivan Pratt Add to Shelf
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Agricultural Sciences
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Box-Item 3.191: Shelby L. Price Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.192: Marvin D. Prince Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.82: Tommy Prothro Add to Shelf
Football Coach. Deceased 1995
Box-Item 3.193: Robert E. Pulse Add to Shelf
Box-Item 5.83: Benjamin Purvis Add to Shelf
Director, IRAM Center
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Box-Item 3.195: William T. Pyott Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.196: Lewis E. Queirolo Add to Shelf
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Architecture and Landscape Architecture; Planning and Institutional Research
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Atmospheric Sciences
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Forestry Education
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Reel-Item 1.809: Louis Earl Richter Add to Shelf
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Entomology
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Reel-Item 1.825: Ephram (Red) Rocha Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.219: John Henry Rock Add to Shelf
Art Department; deceased April 1993.
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Box-Item 9.283: Zelta Feike Rodenwold Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.220: Jefferson B. Rodgers Add to Shelf
Aricultural Engineering
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Reel-Item 1.829: Morgue Rogenwold Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.830: Harry S. Rogers Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.835: Roman R. Romanowski Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.836: Leverett H. Ropes Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.837: G. Rose Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.838: Walter J. Rosenfeld Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.221: Robert G. Rosenstiel Add to Shelf
Entomology. Deceased July, 1995
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Extension
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Extension
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Pharmacy
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Reel-Item 1.859: Edwards C. Sammons Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.862: Marianne Sanders Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.863: Jean Saubert Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.864: Brian Saville Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 4.224: David Waldron Schacht Add to Shelf
Science and Technology Librarian
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Box-Item 3.236: John C. Scharff Add to Shelf
Box-Item 4.122: Frank D. Schaumburg Add to Shelf
Civil Engineering
Box-Item 6.31: Larry Schecter Add to Shelf
Physics
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Forest Products
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Atmospheric Sciences
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English
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Box-Item 5.216: Allen B. Scott Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.898: Michael Scriven Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 3.247: John Seaders Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.902: Bhojrat Seth Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 9.324: William Semon Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 9.325: Dale Severtson Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.906: Harry Case Seymour Add to Shelf
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Reel-Item 1.907: Captain Richard W. Shafer Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.908: Brahama Datta Sharma Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 9.328: Robert F. Sharp Add to Shelf
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Box-Item 6.34: Michael Shaughnesy Add to Shelf
Mathematics
Box-Item 3.252: Amos O. Shaw Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.253: J.N. Shaw Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.910: Robert E. Shaw Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.254: J. Ralph Shay Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.911: Keith R. Shea Add to Shelf
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Engineering
Reel-Item 1.912: John L. Shelton Add to Shelf
Reel-Item 1.913: Millard Shelton Add to Shelf
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