Groups and organizations
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Five men standing at the bottom of the stairs to a building. The men are identified as : T.G. Hendricks, J. Matlock, J.H. McClung, J. Luckey, and Dave Lakin.
At Champoeg, Capt. J.T. Gray, Engineer Chas. Jennings, E.T. Hatch, Capt. F.B. Jones, Capt. I.B. Sanborn. [Portrait of attendees of Veteran Steamboat Men's Picnic, by monument.], 1928
Captain and Mrs. James W. Troup at the Veteran Steamboat Men's picnic at Champoeg, Oregon. 1928. [Portrait of couple by monument.], 1928
[Carpenters union members, with float. Pendleton, about 1910. Group of men in suits with carpenters' aprons and caps, posed by a small shed on a wagon decorated with flags and bunting. Possibly a Moorhouse photo.], 1910 c
[Convention of Oregon? and Washington camps, Woodmen of the World. Pendleton?] [Group of men assembled in a large hall. Several wear "W.O.W." shirts. Some are in uniforms shouldering axes. Several chairs sit at center, with a stump and a cross.], undated
View of the Depot Fountain. Erected by the Women's Auxiliary, Eugene Chamber of Commerce; President, Alberta S. McMurphey. Signed "JH."
View of façade of new building, the Eugene Commercial Club, on 9th near Olive, with band and groups from Cottage Grove and Roseburg in front. Gift of Mabel McClain in 1944.
[Group of thirteen young women, relaxing in forest. Some names written in but many illegible. Presumed to be New York.], 1880s-1900s c
Large group of men and one little girl pose against large public building. Several men hold bibles. Ben Dorris, "one of the founders of the U of O," is indicated at center, an elderly man. Gift of Mabel McClain, 1944.
Studio portrait of nine women, including, Alberta Shelton [McMurphey] and Rose Midgley [Hollenback]. On board backing.
[Invitation to tea with Omicron Epsilon Pi of American University, announcing dedication of their first book to Joaquin Miller], unknown
View of the "new" hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911. He was also a professor of botany at the University.
View of the hall of the Independent Order of Oddfellows (I.O.O.F.) at 8th and Willamette. Designed in 1909 by John Hunzicker. There are several men with bicycles in front of the building. Photographed by Oscar Hemenway. Very poor condition. Oscar E. Hemenway was a commercial photographer who resided in the Eugene area 1909-1911.
Laying of corner stone of Masonic temple, Third and Alder, Portland, 1871. Building became Portland post office., 1871
Llarge group of women, all wearing hats, is standing on the sidewalk with a storefront behind them. On board backing.
Odd Fellows procession at First and Washington streets, Portland, 1872. Celebrates dedication of new temple., 1872
Umatilla division no. 9, U.R.K. of P. [Knights of Pythias], April 16, 1892. [Formal portrait of group of men in uniform with swords and plumed hats. They stand in a meeting room with a raised dais and a tent on the dais.], 1892 Apr 16
Elijah Bristow built this house in 1847. Several men and women are standing in the front yard and on the roof of this house. House no longer standing. Gift from Mrs. Luella Handsaker Bristow. On display board.
View of the White Temple, the IOOF Hall, building with crowd. Uniformed lodge members ranked in front. There is a fire truck at side.
Located at 1064 Willamette, next to a "Eugene-owned store" and City Hall. There are automobiles parked on the street. There is also an ad for YMCA on wall of the building.