Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Atkinson Graduate School of Management records include planning documents, minutes and reports, and curriculum review and accreditation papers. These records also include general administrative documents, including those on visiting speakers, as well as photographs.
Overview The Burt Brown Barker papers consist of essays, receipts, and records pertaining to Barker’s time at Willamette University. The collection also includes correspondence from later years dealing with Willamette University’s school colors and other university issues.
Overview This collection contains materials that relate to Ralph W. Barnes’ fourteen year career as a foreign correspondent for the New York Herald Tribune. Barnes reported in Europe from 1926 to 1940, and was stationed in Benito Mussolini’s Italy, Joseph Stalin’s Russia, and Adolf Hitler’s Germany. The collection includes items related to Barnes’ career as well as his personal life. Correspondence, journals, and scrapbooks created by his wife, Esther Barnes are also included. The majority of Barnes’...
Dates: 1917-1983; Majority of material found within 1926-1940
Collection — Box: Small Collections 1, Folder: 9
Overview The Belknap family papers consists of a small number of documents pertaining to members of the Belknap family who attended Willamette University.
Dates: circa 1908-1969
Overview The Byars family papers consist of legal and financial documents, correspondence, photographs, and Willamette University memorabilia documenting the lives of several generations from approximately 1866 to 1990.
Dates: 1866-1990; Majority of material found within 1875-1923
Overview The collection contains black and white photographs of Professor James T. Matthews and Willamette University buildings Lausanne, Music, Chemistry, and Waller. The photographs of Waller Hall are before and after the fire on December 17, 1919.
Overview The materials in this collection focus on the various iterations of the Japanese Studies Program between Willamette University and Tokyo International University and also includes publications by Barry Duell.
Overview The Ailene B. Dunbar papers consist of black and white photographs, newspaper clippings, and event programs dating from the 1917-1918 academic year.
Overview This collection contains memorabilia of Alfred French’s time as an undergraduate at Willamette University, 1928-1932. Materials include items from the Alpha Phi Delta fraternity, Track and Field memorabilia, and items for class reunions.
Overview Virginia Furtwangler is an author, writing under the pen name Ann Copeland. Her papers comprise her manuscripts and published works, promotional material and publicity about her writing, her teaching material, and material gathered while she was Hallie Brown Ford Chair of English at Willamette University.