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Collection is comprised of correspondence, diaries, newsclippings, and writings of Hiram Johnson and Jane Slade Johnson, and Elizabeth Slade, Jane Slade's younger sister.
Louis Slobodkin (1903-1975) was an artist and illustrator and writer of books for children. He won the Caldecott Medal in 1943 for Many Moons. The collection contains artwork, manuscripts, correspondence, publicity, photographs, and memorabilia.
Louis Slobodkin (1903-1975) was an artist and illustrator and writer of books for children. He won the Caldecott Medal in 1943 for Many Moons. This collection is an addendum to the Slobodkin Papers (call number Ax 733) and contains literary manuscripts and sketchbooks, correspondence with publishers, general correspondence, subject files, art exhibition catalogs, book reviews, and royalty statements.
A. C. Smith (1831-1911) was a pioneer resident of the Grande Ronde Valley in Oregon. The collection consists of a photostat copy of a letter from Smith to James Slater, and an advertisement for the Union, Oregon newspaper, Mountain Sentinel.
Alvin T. Smith, lay missionary and Oregon pioneer, came overland to Oregon in 1840 and settled near Forest Grove in 1841. Letters concern the Congregational Church and Tualatin Academy.
Beverly "Bev Smith" played women's basketball for the Unviersity of Oregon 1978-1982. This collection contains a scrapbook, correspondence, photographs, and clippings.
Carl F. Smith researched Thomas Condon and the Condon family. The collection (1875-1957) consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, publications and other printed matter, and photographs, all related to Thomas Condon and the Condon family.
Charles E. and Viola L. Smith were Christian missionaries in Africa. The collection includes correspondence, diaries and publications that reflect their work as missionaries.
The collection consists of a single notice from one D. Smith to the citizens of Tualatin Plains notifying them of a meeting to consider purchasing an interest in the steamboat Gold Hunter, running from Portland to San Francisco.
Delazon Smith settled in Linn County in 1852 and was one of the first United States Senators from Oregon, elected in 1858. The contents of this collection is one outgoing handwritten letter.
Delazon Smith settled in Linn County in 1852 and was one of the first United States Senators from Oregon, elected in 1858. The four page letter is from Delazon Smith, Albany, Oregon Territory, to Aaron E. Wait, on Sept. 13, 1855. Smith offers advice on the case of Lee vs. Summers.
Delazon Smith settled in Linn County in 1852 and was one of the first United States Senators from Oregon, elected in 1858. The letters are to his brother and refer at length to the question of statehood for Oregon.
Dennis V. Smith served as a Methodist Episcopal missionary doctor in Peking, China. The collection (1915-1926) contains letters written by Smith while he was head of the Methodist Hospital (John L. Hopkins Memorial) in Peking.
Francis A. Smith (1830-1903) was active as a photographer in Oregon and Washington 1861-1903. He had a studio in Salem 1872-1881. The collection consists of fourteen portraits from Salem.
Fabritus R. Smith (1819-1898) came to Oregon in 1846 with Joseph Waldo, where he lived and worked his land claim near Salem. The collection consists of the diaries of Smith and his son, Hamlin, as well as personal and legal papers.
Harold B. Smith served in the 49th Company, 5th Regiment of the U.S. Marines during World War I. The collection contains a letter dated December 19, 1918, to his Aunt Belle and Uncle Phil of Albany, Oregon, in which he describes his experiences as a soldier.
Harold B. Smith served in the 49th Company, 5th Regiment of the U.S. Marines during World War I. The collection contains a letter dated January 5, 1919 from Smith to his Aunt Belle and Uncle Phil of Albany, Oregon, regarding his experience while stationed in Germany.
The collection contains a letters patent issued on June 19, 1883 to James C. Smith, of The Dalles, Oregon, for his invention of an improved hand-powered drilling machine (no. 279,834). The collection also includes a leather envelope pouch.
The collection contains a letter dated May 29, 1891, written by James L. Smith to Myron Eells of Union City, Washington. In the letter, Smith recommends T. McClelland for the presidency of Pacific University.
Lura McLane Smith's (1885-1979) husband, Roy K. Smith (1885-1958), was a Presbyterian medical missionary in Korea, in Seoul and Mason. The collection contains booklets, pamphlets, newspaper and magazine clippings related to Smith’s missionary work in Korea.
Miss Smith was a Methodist missionary teacher at Kutien, Fukien, China from 1922 through 1954. The collection contains outgoing and incoming correspondence that reflects her missionary life and snapshots of Kutien and Foochow.
Richard Shore Smith was president of the First National Bank, Eugene, Oregon. Correspondence covers bank policy and practice.
Roy K. Smith (1885-1958) was a Presbyterian medical missionary in Korea, in Seoul and Mason. His wife was Lura McLane Smith (1885-1979). Collection includes correspondence, newsletters, newspapers, a radio script, US Army Intelligence reports, press releases, and pamphlets.
Roy K. Smith (1885-1958) was a Presbyterian medical missionary in Korea, in Seoul and Mason. The letters are to friends and to his wife, Lura McLane Smith.
The collection contains a letter that certifies the Union sympathies of two men from Oregon, signed by T. J. Smith, on January 26, 1870. The letter states that Robert Lodd [Ladd?] of Portland, Oregon and Alex A. Miller of Jacksonville, Oregon are not a part of any rebellion.
Wallace Smith (1888-1937) was a newspaperman, novelist, and artist. The papers include Smith's manuscripts and published pieces, minor correspondence, drawings and illustrations, photographs, and miscellaneous documents.
Appraisal of mineral resources in the coastal areas of Coos, Curry, Jackson, and Josephine counties as of Nov. 5, 1855, when the government signed a treaty with the local Indian tribes.
William Carlson Smith was an educator and sociologist who was a major research contributor to a 1925 survey of race relations. Collection contains manuscripts by Smith and by others, speeches, correspondence, course material, biographical and family files, and photographs.