Waller Hall (Willamette University)
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Built in 1867 and called University Hall until around 1912 when it was renamed Waller Hall after A. F. Waller. It burned in 1891 and 1919 and has had two different roof styles.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
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 Robert and Otto Paulus papers collection is comprised of over one thousand glass plate negatives of historical significance to Willamette University, the city of Salem, and the Willamette Valley.
Overview The papers of Helen Pearce include photographs of Willamette University's campus and other subjects, her dissertation, and documents relating to her life and time attending and teaching at Willamette.
Identifier: Series XIII
Description From the Series: Includes a series of photographic, commemorative booklets highlighting Willamette University's campus and achievements. Also includes videos created to commemorate significant campus events such as the Sesquicentennial and the inauguration of President M. Lee Pelton.
Dates: circa 1958
Dates: circa 1958
Overview Postcards from the Michael J. Carrick postcard collection and the Jim and Connie Ames postcard collection.
Overview The Willamette University Campus Photograph collection contains photographic images of the University's buildings, landscape, events, and surroundings.
Overview This collection contains the correspondence and administrative records produced by the Willamette University Office of the President. Records date from Willamette's first president Francis S. Hoyt, appointed in 1853.
Overview This collection of glass plate negatives features the Willamette University campus and student life in the early 1920s. They were probably taken by Vernor Martin Sackett, who graduated from Willamette University in 1922.
Dates: circa 1920