Tag Archives: Archives
by TeAnna, Exhibits Intern Back at my parent’s house, you can find a grey, one gallon storage tub in the attic. This tub is essentially a cloth time capsule of my childhood. Every soccer, basketball and softball jersey, t-shirts commemorating … Continue reading
by TeAnna, Exhibits Intern At least half of the enormous collection of clothing the WHC (Willamette Heritage Center) collections remains undated. If I chose not to use these items based solely off the fact that the information I need from these … Continue reading
Volunteers at the St. Boniface Community Archives and Museum have been preserving history in Sublimity since 2006. Their website is chock-full of some great photos and information about local history. Did you know that Milton Wright, father of the … Continue reading
I ran across this online exhibit from the Oregon State Archives today while trolling on the archives website. Prohibition in Oregon: The Vision and the Reality, gives an in-depth look at Prohibition in Oregon. Study up and then come … Continue reading
October is Archives month. Check out the archives related events going on throughout the state here.
Recently one of our volunteers finished processing a series of records from the Hubbard Women’s Club in Hubbard Oregon. The records include minutes, club constitution, newspaper clippings, meeting topics and more from 1920-1980. You can access the finding aid here: … Continue reading