American newspapers -- Oregon
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Dean Collins (1887-1969) was an Oregon journalist, writer and poet. The collection includes manuscripts, scrapbooks and memorabilia covering Collins' writing career as well as family correspondence and some financial records.
Typed copy of a newspaper article titled Communism was a success at Aurora, from the Oregon Statesman, March 28, 1926. Article includes the Colony Compact, and a brief discussion of Aurora colony. Colony was founded by William Keil.
The collection contains a letter, dated November 4, 1863, written by David Watson Craig, of Salem, Oregon, to William L. Adams, that refers to closing of the Argus, the new appearance of the Oregon Statesman, and lists Statesman stockholders.
Leonard H. McMahan (1866-1957) was a newspaper founder and editor, lawyer, and was active in Oregon political parties. The collection contains correspondence, speeches, legal papers, Public Service Commission papers, State Corporation Commission papers, and Travel Expense Claims of the Attorney General's Office.
George Putnam (1872-1961) became a newspaper reporter, editor, manager, and publisher. The collection (1900-1919) contains correspondence, business papers, memorabilia, and scrapbooks.
The Charles R. Ray scrapbook on Jackson County and Medford, Oregon agriculture and business was complied by mining speculator and co-founder of the Condor Water and Power Company. The scrapbook includes information on the Crater Lake road controversy of 1913, the Pacific and Eastern Railroad, and the Condor Water and Power Co., Medford, Oregon.
Tentative checklist of labor-reform papers published in Oregon 1877-1965, 1981 / by Carlos A. Schwantes
Computer printout of A Tentative Checklist of Labor-Reform Papers Published in Oregon 1877-1965, run on Friday, June 19, 1981. Each entry includes title of newspaper, place and date of publication, and a list of holdings in various nationwide libraries.