WUAR. University Archives & Records
Publications, images, administrative records, research materials, and scrapbooks dating from Willamette’s beginnings. Also available are materials relating to Freshman Glee, one of Willamette’s longest running – and most beloved – traditions.
Found in 30 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 Fuller papers includes teaching materials, photographs, original essays written by Fuller, and information on the Japanese Garden that Fuller designed on the Willamette University campus.
Overview The Robert M. Gatke “Chronicles of Willamette” research collection contains the documents, records, and other historical materials that Gatke collected while researching the history of Willamette University and the Mid-Willamette Valley. Of particular note is the depth of material concerning Willamette University’s first fifty years and the impact of World War II on the University’s curriculum, student body, and daily life. There is also information on Gatke’s search for the diary of Cyrus...
Dates: 1835-1968; Majority of material found within 1919-1968
Overview Robert Hawkinson’s papers contain personal papers, administrative materials, papers related to the Legislative Intern Program and photographs of many events at Willamette University such as graduation, World Views class activities and the dedication of Kaneko Hall.
Overview The Institute for Continued Learning (ICL) at Willamette University records contain photographs; administrative files; financial documents; and the minutes of the ICL board, membership committee, and curriculum committee.
Overview The Kimball School of Theology papers contain business records, Board of Education and Trustees correspondence, correspondence with various members of the faculty, school bulletins and catalogs, alumni association records and minutes of the student association.
Overview The Pearl Harbor Game collection contains news articles, letters and transcriptions of interviews with participants, photographs, and memorabilia connected with Willamette University’s 1941 football team and its experience in Hawaii in the days following December 7, 1941.
Overview The Portland University student organizations records contain minutes from various organizations that operated on campus during the university’s years in Portland.
Overview Robert Putnam was an Assistant Professor in the Drama Department at Willamette University from 1953-1974. The collection contains programs, photographs, and other materials related to the productions he was involved with during his career and after his retirement.
Overview The Lestle J. Sparks Willamette Student World War II Correspondence collection contains letters written between Willamette students serving in the U.S. Armed Forces and Willamette Professor Lestle Sparks during World War II.