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Oral history interviews with Asa Lewelling, by Venita Howard [Sound recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. 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. Bingham, a professor at Portland State University, talks about her life, her educational history, her work at Portland State University, and Willard Spaulding's role at the PSU etc.

Lewelling, Asa, 1915-2007

Oral history interviews with Asa Lewelling, by Venita Howard [Sound recording 09]

Tape 5, Side 1. 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

Oral history interviews with Charles Lewis Hayward, by Jim Strassmaier [Sound recording 05]

Tape 3, Side 1. A sequel to SR 9580, Hayward discusses his family background, early life and schooling, religion, sports, going to college with dreams of becoming a chemical engineer, experiences during World War I, his participation in the American Legion, life as a veteran, and a near encounter with Charles Lindbergh.

Hayward, Charles Lewis

Oral History Interview with Art S. Bimrose Jr., by Jim Strassmaier [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. This is an interview done in conjunction with a 1989 OHS exhibit of Bimrose's work. In the interview, he discusses his childhood and education, his early art career during the Depression, the process of creating cartoons, the cartoonist's intellectual autonomy, politics and his feelings on war.

Strassmaier, James

Oral History Interview with Al Monner, by Don Sterling [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. Monner discusses his career as a photographer for the Oregon Journal and the Oregonian. He discusses how he got his start taking aerial photos for Brubaker. He also talks about mountain climbing, his relationship with the Gypsies in Portland and the American Indians of the Warm Springs Reservation.

Monner, Alfred A., 1908-1998

Oral history interview with Barbara Mackenzie, by Jan Dilg and Katy Barber [Sound Recording 05]

Tape 3 Side 1. Barbara Mackenzie discusses her family history; childhood in eastern Oregon; growing up with brother, Ralph Tudor (later Secretary of the Interior); work at Celilo Falls during the 1950s relocation of Celilo Indians; work with the Red Cross; The Dalles Dam. Barbara Mackenzie grew up in Oregon, attended the Oregon Normal School, married and spent much of her life involved in community service work. Barbara Mackenzie died in October 2002.

MacKenzie, Barbara

Oral history interview with Barbara Mackenzie, by Jan Dilg and Katy Barber [Sound Recording 07]

Tape 4, Side 1. Barbara Mackenzie discusses her family history; childhood in eastern Oregon; growing up with brother, Ralph Tudor (later Secretary of the Interior); work at Celilo Falls during the 1950s relocation of Celilo Indians; work with the Red Cross; The Dalles Dam. Barbara Mackenzie grew up in Oregon, attended the Oregon Normal School, married and spent much of her life involved in community service work. Barbara Mackenzie died in October 2002.

MacKenzie, Barbara

Oral history interview with Dorothy Thornton, by Nancy Hawver [Sound Recording 01]

Tape 1, Side 1. Thornton discusses her family background, her father's involvement with the Tillamook Creamery Association, her childhood and education, her art and art collecting, her husband, Robert Y. Thornton, a trip to Europe in the 1930s, the Depression, high school sports, Bob's political career, her involvement in the creation of the Tillamook County Library, raising a family, their activities during World War II, and her involvement in various art organizations.

Thornton, Dorothy, 1913-2005

Oral history interview with Amo DeBernardis, by Corbett Gottfried [Sound Recording 02]

Tape 1, Side 2. De Bernardis discusses his family background and early life as the son of Italian immigrants in Northeast Portland, his education and teachers that influenced him, changes in higher education after World War II, the creation of Portland Community College and his time as president.

De Bernardis, Amo

Oral history interview with Amo DeBernardis, by Corbett Gottfried [Sound Recording 03]

Tape 2, Side 1. De Bernardis discusses his family background and early life as the son of Italian immigrants in Northeast Portland, his education and teachers that influenced him, changes in higher education after World War II, the creation of Portland Community College and his time as president.

De Bernardis, Amo

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