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Reva Buell Photograph Collection, 1902-1904View associated digital content.

The Reva Buell Photograph Collection consists of 14 mounted photographic prints depicting Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) scenes, buildings, and student groups.

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

ID: P 065
Extent: 0.05 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: This collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation: Reva Buell Photograph Collection (P 065), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The Reva Buell Photograph Collection was accessioned by the Oregon State University Archives in the 1960s under the title "Mrs. George Case Photograph Collection." The collection is now housed in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center.
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Series 1: Photographs, 1902-1904 Add to Shelf
The Reva Buell Photograph Collection is comprised of 14 mounted photographic prints depicting campus scenes and student activities on the Oregon Agricultural College campus from 1902-1904. Campus buildings are identified by the building name used at the time the photograph was taken. In instances where the building name has changed, the name used at the time of the finding aid's publication appears in brackets.
Item P065:01: Military drilling in front of Mechanical Hall [Kearney Hall], circa 1904 Add to Shelf
Image caption: "Boys drilling."
Item P065:02: Armory [Gladys Valley Gymnastics Center], circa 1904 Add to Shelf

Image caption: "Old Armory. The dances were held here."

1 cyantoype photographic print.

Item P065:03: Agriculture Hall [Furman Hall], circa 1904 Add to Shelf
Item P065:04: Composite image of OAC buildings, circa 1904 Add to Shelf
Includes: Cauthorn Hall [Fairbanks Hall], Administration Hall [Community Hall], Alpha Hall, the Armory [Gladys Valley Gymnastics Center], Chemical Laboratory [Women's Center], and Mechanical Hall [Kearney Hall].
Item P065:05: Group photo of the OAC track and field team, circa 1904 Add to Shelf
1 photographic print.
Item P065:06: Aerial view of a sailing excursion "over the bar" at Newport, Oregon, circa 1902 Add to Shelf
Item P065:07: Lucile Roberts and Una Stewart Carlson displaying the class of 1905 flag that they made together, circa 1904 Add to Shelf
Image caption: "Lucile Roberts - later Chuck Burton's mother."
Item P065:08: Group photo of the 1903-1904 OAC basketball team, 1904 Add to Shelf
Includes: Coach W. O. Trine and Assistant Coach Zophar Tharp.
Item P065:09: Group photo of the 1903-1904 OAC basketball team, 1904 Add to Shelf
Item P065:10: Group photo of OAC student military officers, circa 1904 Add to Shelf
Item P065:11: Group assembled at the location of class speeches, 1904 Add to Shelf
Image caption: "This is where the class of 1904 had their speeches on the lawn. The fight was over which class should have their flag over the Ad[ministration] Building. Harry Feyer took a rifle and shot and broke the pulley that held the flag and was expelled for one year. The pole was brought in at night and hid under one of the buildings."
Item P065:12: Group assembled at the location of class speeches, 1904 Add to Shelf
Image caption: "This is where they held their program. Merril Moores mounted a nail keg and made a speech."
Item P065:13: Group assembled at the location of class speeches, 1904 Add to Shelf
Image caption: "Another picture of the 1904-5 fight."
Item P065:14: Group assembled at the location of class speeches, 1904 Add to Shelf