Herbarium Photographs (P 93)
1 Showing characteristic habitat of Riccia Natans at the Oregon Electric Railway Bridge, Beach's Woods, October 29, 1914. (Photo by William Lawrence) 2 "Umpqua Valley looking southeast showing prune orchard, and corn field to the right of the river. On the north side may be seen the extent of a stream as shown by the line of firs bordered by a zone of oaks."; Near Kellogg, Oregon, July 27, 1918. (Photo by William Lawrence) 3 Silver Lake, ca. 1920. (Photo by William Lawrence) 4 Bed of Silver Lake, 1919. (Photo by William Lawrence) 5 A "shoe string" ranch, Hinton Creek Valley; east of Heppner, June 30, 1919. (Photo by William Lawrence) 6 Head of sheep grazing in Brock Meadows, Wenaha National Forest, August 1, 1916. (Three prints, photo by William Lawrence) 7 Logging dumping pool and tracks, 1910. (Three prints) 8 Abris Nobilis, chiefly filled for logging, 1910. (Three prints) 9 Logging train backing down to dumping pool, 1910. (Three prints) 10 Abris Nobilis, chiefly felled for logging, 1910. (Different from #8, three prints) 11 Logging mill and train trestle, ca. 1910. (Three prints) 12 Standing timber before logging, 1910. (Three prints) 13 "Spruce log on flat car, with A. A. Asbahr County Agent of Lincoln County and Harry N. Bowler, Seims Carey H.S., Kerbaugh Corp. Seattle. Log 8 ft in diameter and 304 years old, Toledo, Oregon," 1918. (Photo by Wm. Lawrence) 14 Looking up Crooked River Canyon, ca. 1920. (Photo by William Lawrence) 15 Botany class, ca. 1904. (8x10 glass plate negative) 16 Mt. Chintimini, Marys Peak, taken from OAC barns, 1915. (Three prints, photo by William Lawrence) 17 Mt. Chintimini, Marys Peak, taken from OAC barns, 1915. (Photo by Wm. Lawrence) 18 Marys Peak from Tinker's Hill, 1917. (Photo by Wm. Lawrence) 19 Marys Peak from Forestry Building, OAC, 1917. (Two prints, photo by Wm. Lawrence) 20 Marys Peak, 1917. (Two prints, photo by Wm. Lawrence) 21 Marys Peak from Tinker's Hill, 1917. (Photo by Wm. Lawrence) 22 No image for this number. 23-29 Greenhouses; interior, 1903-1924. (8x10 glass negatives) 30 Zuercus Garryanna (height 49 ft), SW of OAC, ca. 1910. 31 Armory Building (McAlexander Fieldhouse) on OAC campus at Armory and Jefferson St. ca. 1910. (Three prints) 32 "Class in forest botany identifying woody plants in their winter condition in Beeche's Woods, east of the Willamette. Pictured, left to right: S. E. Brett, Lundeen, Benjamin Culver, and LeRoy Wooks." 1914 (Three prints, Lawrence) View an image of this topic. 33 Mass of Sisymbrium Officinale growing along roadside near Alpha Hall on 22nd St., Corvallis, 1914. (Photo by V. Walls) 34-52 are undated, copy negatives on nitrate film stock. 34- 40 are identified and appear to have been copied from a publication on famous botanists. Images 41 to 52 are unidentified. 34 Millardet, Alexis. 35 Douglas, David. 36 Von Linne, Carl. 37 Gray, Asa. 38 Atkinson, George F. 39 Kuhn, Julius. 40 De Bary, Anton. 41-52 Unidentified Botanists. 53-65 are 8x10 glass negatives 53 Fuschia, ca. 1904. (Photo by Earl Beaconsfield) 54 Art class, ca. 1904. 55-57 Military cadets at inspection, ca. 1904. 58 Botany class, ca. 1904. 59 Benton Hall, ca. 1904. 60 Mechanical drawing class, ca. 1904. 61 Palm tree; decorative, ca. 1905. 62 Botany students; ca. 1904. 63 Plants, ca. 1904. 64-65 Greenhouse; interior, ca. 1904. 66 "Professor E. R. Lake, Head of Botany and Horticulture when Oregon State became a land grant college. Helen Gilkey and Lillie Riggs-Kinney are also in the photo." ca. 1946. 67 Professor E. R. Lake, ca. 1946. 68 "Professor E. R. Lake, when he visited in Corvallis about ca. 1950". Our yard. (Color photo) 69 Pereskia Aculeata. (Photo attached to a letter from F. McWhorter to Dr. P.C. Hutchison, October 1, 1963.
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