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Collection — Folder: MS File Box 1
Summary The Ancient Order of United Mustache Growers was a club formed by members of the Alpha Zeta fraternity at Pacific University. This collection includes the order's Constitution, a newspaper clipping and a photograph of its mustachioed members.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one brochure issued by the BSU titled, "Pacific University: From a Black Perspective" (circa 1970); photocopied newspaper articles and editorials about the BSU's activities from the late 1960s-mid 1970s from the student newspaper, "The Index"; and color copies of the yearbook pages for the Black Student Union, the Concerned Black Students, and Cultural and Ethnic Minority Student Union groups, 1970-1982. To date, no other documents such as original meeting minutes,...
Collection — Box: 1
Summary Scrapbook of Barbara Potts Carlin who graduated from Pacific University in 1933.
Summary The Delta Chi Delta sorority was founded in 1959 when the charter was presented to the first members by Pacific University. The two items in this collection are an early scrapbook from the 1950s and 1960s belonging to the Delta Chi Delta sorority, and a file folder containing the sorority's constitution, original charter and news clippings about the sorority's formation as well.
Summary The Gamma Sigma Fraternity is one of the oldest college fraternal societies in the Northwest, and is an important part of Pacific's history. This collection belonged to the Gamma Sigma Fraternity, which includes a log book, minutes, pledge manual, a creative pledge sheet, and a copy of the charter from 1873.
Summary Henry Liberty "Prin" Bates, served as the last principal of Tualatin Academy (1893-1915), and thereafter, as professor of philosophy and dean of faculty at Pacific University until his retirement in 1926. The collection chiefly consists of six large scrapbooks that he compiled while studying at Oberlin College and working at Tualatin Academy and Pacific University.
Summary Herrick Hall was Pacific University's women's dormitory from the late 1800s through the mid-1950s. This collection includes records of the hall's Government, which represented many of the women students on campus, from 1914-1933.
Summary Mary Abigail Reasoner Cole was a Tualatin Academy student in the late 1850s. Her memory book contains poems and notes written by other students at the Academy, probably on the occasion of her leaving school to get married.
Summary Edith Hansen McGill was a 1930 graduate of Pacific University who participated in many activities on campus, including the student newspaper, the yearbook and sports. The album contains approximately 300 photographs featuring social activities, sports, trips to the beach and camping.
Summary The Boxerettes were a women's honorary service group made up of Pacific University students. This collection includes both records and objects from the group such as their constitution, meeting minutes, treasury logs, photographs and original letterman sweater.
- Subject: Student activities X
- Pacific University 5
- Ancient Order of United Mustache Growers (Forest Grove, Or.) 1
- Bates, Henry Liberty 1
- Black Student Union (Pacific University) 1
- Boxerettes (Pacific University) 1
- Carlin, Barbara Potts 1
- Cole, Mary Abigail Reasoner 1
- Delta Chi Delta (Pacific University) 1
- Eells, Edwin 1
- Hinman, Arvid 1
- Kappa Delta (Pacific University) 1
- Lyman, William 1
- McGill, Edith Hansen 1
- North Pacific College of Optometry 1
- Pacific University. Herrick Hall House Government 1
- Philomathean Society (Pacific University) 1
- Rampton, Martha 1
- Stovall, Jay, 1923-2013 1
- Stovall, Leona 1
- Tualatin Academy 1
- Walker, Charles H. 1 ∧ less