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Mss 114-4

Includes a manuscript poem, Bristol, England, 1784; letters from Palmer to General Joseph Lane and others; manuscript copy of report to the U.S. Secretary of War or the Commissioner of Indian Affairs from General Joseph Lane, ca. 1849; a letter from W. B. Bonney to Joel Palmer, 1850 Jan. 17; letter to Joel Palmer from Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Bonneville, 1855 Mar. 27; printed copy of the treaty between the United States and the Rogue River Indians, 1855; manuscript extracts from "Articles of treatry made at Port Orford," 1857 Sept. 20; hand drawn map of the Columbia River and its tributaries, undated; and a pamphlet titled "History of the Grand Ronde Military Block House," 1911.

Mss 114-3

Consists of general correspondence, primarily political and military in nature, legal papers, and a survey of an unidentified Indian reservation.

Oral history interview with Don Kielblock, by Judy Hartman

In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman in January 13th, 1988, Don Kielblock, long-time manager in various roles, discusses planning and early operations at Trojan nuclear power plant, protests, community response, employee relations, early jobs, union affairs, and changes in company culture and society.

Kielblock, Don F., 1941-

Oral history interview with Arthur Olmstead, by Judy Hartman

In this interview conducted by Judy Hartman on January 20th, 1988, Arthur Olmstead, Trojan nuclear plant manager discusses nuclear regulatory environment with Nuclear Regulatory Commission the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, safety planning, decision making, evaluations, national comparisons, media and politics, and staff management.

Olmstead, Arthur, 1939-

Oral history interview with Sherma Norris, by Robert Gassner

In this interview conducted by Robert J. Gassner on August 26th, 1988, Sherma Sharr Jwayad Norris talks about her family background, her early life and the Syrian and Lebanese communities in Portland, Oregon, including the Syrian Star Society, which later became the Syrian-Lebanese Social Club.

Norris, Sherma J., 1914-1997

Oral history interview with Nora Womack, by Robert Gassner

In this interview, Nora Baseel Womack discusses her parents coming to the Pacific Northwest from Lebanon in the late 19th century, the Syrian and Lebanese community in Saint Helens and the Portland, Oregon area, her work for the telephone company and her husband's work for the Jones Lumber Company, her childhood in Saint Helens, the Lebanese Ladies Society, other Lebanese cultural groups, Lebanese food, and how the independence of Lebanon affected the Lebanese community and the contemporary issues affecting Lebanon.

Womack, Nora Baseel

Oral history interview with Sam and Minerva Teeny, by Robert Gassner

In this interview, Samuel Joseph Teeny discusses his family history, his childhood in Lebanon and Portland, Oregon, the Syrian and Lebanese community in Portland, using English as a second language, Lebanese/Syrian softball league, the Syrian Orthodox Church, the Syrian Lebanese American Club, how the Lebanese independence affected the Syrian Lebanese community, and Syrian and Lebanese businesses in Southeast Portland. Minerva Teeny also describes a traditional Lebanese wedding and Sam describes the various businesses he's owned and his Youth Ministry work.

Teeny, Samuel

Oral history interview with Esther Azorr Rask, by Robert Gassner

Rask discusses her family background and early life, particularly her father's experience as a Syrian immigrant. She also discusses her life as a second generation Syrian-American, the Syrian-Lebanese community in Portland, her family's connection to the Atiyeh family, Syrian businesses, the Syrian-Lebanese Social Club, and the religious life of the community.

Rask, Esther Azorr

Oral history interview with Sammy and Zaki Kahl, by Robert Gassner

The Kahl brothers discuss their family, including their distant relation to Oregon Governor Vic Atiyeh, the experience of immigrating to the United States and how they came to Portland, Oregon, The Syrian Orthodox Church, Syrian Lebanese American Club, and the Syrian-American community in Portland. They also briefly discuss how the creation of Israel affected the Syrian, Lebanese and Palestinian communities.

Kahl, Sam

Oral history interview with Asa Lewelling, by Venita Howard

Lewelling discusses his family history; the Lewelling farm; life in Albany, 1900s; the Blevins family; career decisions--law or education; practicing law in Marion County; farm operation; farm life vs. law; agriculture in Oregon; Willamette Law School; World War II; Army Air Corps; service in Asia and Hawaii; Dupont; Polk County; expansion of farm operations; family members.

Lewelling, Asa, 1915-2007

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