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Gerry Frank scrapbooks and memorabilia

  • Coll 855
  • Collection
  • Circa 1880-2018

Scrapbooks, photograph albums, photographs, papers, and ephemera compiled by or relating to Gerald W. "Gerry" Frank (1923-). Frank is a businessman from Oregon who worked at the department store Meier & Frank; opened a dessert shop in Salem, Oregon, named Gerry Frank's Konditerei; and was U.S. Senator Mark Hatfield's chief of staff.

Children in halloween costumes

A photograph of four children wearing halloween costumes. One child holds a plastic jack-o-lantern pail and two other children hold shopping bags with a logo for the Meier & Frank Department Store.

Whiteside Photo Center

Shoppers at the Meier & Frank Department Store

A photograph of a crowd of shoppers packed into the Meier and Frank Department Store. Holiday decorations are visible on the back walls of the store. A stamp on the back of the photograph credits the image to Photo-Art Commercial Studios, image number 198399-7. The photograph was likely taken during the opening of the Meier & Frank store opening in Salem, Oregon in October, 1955.

Photo-Art Commercial Studios (Portland, Or.)

Gerry Frank driving a Meier & Frank automobile

A photograph of Gerry Frank sitting in the driver's seat of an automobile. Six additional passengers are visible in the vehicle with Frank. The letters, "M&F" are painted on the door of the automobile in the style of the logo for the Meier & Frank Department Store.

McEwan Photo Shop (Salem, Or.)

Gerry Frank judging the chocolate cake competition at the Oregon State Fair, 1960

A photograph of Gerry Frank judging a chocolate cake competition during the 1960 Oregon State Fair. Frank is seated at a table holding a fork. There are slices of cake and papers on the table in front of him. He is wearing a suit jacket with a judge's ribbon on the lapel. A typed caption glued to the top left corner of the page reads, "September 2, 1960."

Gerry Frank judging the chocolate cake competition at the Oregon State Fair, 1960

A page from Gerry Frank's 1960 scrapbook. A judge ribbon for the Oregon State Fair is pinned to the upper right corner of the page. A photograph of Frank judging a chocolate cake competition during the 1960 Oregon State Fair is glued to the center of the page. Frank is seated at a table holding a fork. There are slices of cake and papers on the table in front of him. He is wearing a suit jacket with a judge's ribbon on the lapel. A typed caption glued to the top left corner of the page reads, "September 2, 1960."

Gerry Frank and Florence Neavoll with her winning chocolate cake at the Oregon State Fair, 1979

A photograph of Florence Neavoll, winner of the chocolate cake competition at the Oregon State Fair, standing with contest judge, Gerry Frank. Neavoll is holding her winning chocolate cake and first prize ribbon up on a plate as Frank takes a bite from a slice of the cake. This photograph was published in the August 29, 1979 edition of the Oregon Journal along with the recipe for the winning cake.

Jason Lee papers

  • Mss 1212
  • Collection
  • 1834-1845

Collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Reverend Jason Lee. The papers date from 1834 to 1845. Included are Lee’s diary of his overland journey to Oregon and the construction of his mission with entries dating from 1834 to 1838; an 1844 report Lee made to the Methodist Missionary Board; miscellaneous papers related to the illness and death of Lee in 1845; and fragments of an undated biography of Jason Lee likely written by Harvey Kimball Hines. The collection also contains a folder of Anna Maria Pittman Lee's correspondence dated from 1834 to 1835.

Jason Lee was born on June 28, 1803, in Stanstead, Quebec. After his ordination in 1834, Lee and his nephew, Daniel Lee, journeyed overland to Oregon with the intention to establish a mission to minister to the Flathead Indians. He instead established his mission in the Willamette Valley near present-Day Salem, Oregon, in territory that was home to bands of the Kalapuyan people. Lee returned east in 1838 to justify his decision and recruit reinforcements for the Willamette mission, as well as missions at The Dalles and Clatsop plains. In 1840, The Great Reinforcement, a group of 51 men, women, and children, arrived in Oregon on the ship Lausanne in response to Lee’s promotion in the East. In 1843, Jason Lee participated in the founding of Oregon's provisional government and Willamette University. Lee was relieved of his missionary post in 1844. Lee married Anna Maria Pittman, who died in 1838, and then Lucy Lee who died in 1842. Jason Lee died on March 12, 1845.

Lee, Jason, 1803-1845

Probate Record, Estate of Jason Lee, 1846

Handwritten probate record written by W.H. Willson, Judge of Probate, regarding the will of Jason Lee. Judge Willson authorizes Alvin F. Maller, who Lee appointed as executor of his will, to fulfill his duties as such. Written on March 25, 1846 in Salem in Champoick County, Oregon.

Willson, W. H.

Oregon Constitutional Convention records, 1857-1859

  • Mss 1227
  • Collection
  • 1857 - 1859

Documents created during the Oregon Constitutional Convention of 1857. Includes: committee reports, drafts of articles and schedules, general notes, corrections, and other materials. Sections of the constitution represented include: preamble and bill of rights; suffrage and elections; distribution of powers; Legislative Department; Executive Department; education and school lands; finance; militia; corporations and internal improvements; seat of government; general provisions; boundaries; schedules, and related papers. Also includes printed speech of James Hughes of Indiana, on the admission of Oregon, delivered in the House of Representatives, 1859 February 10.

Oregon. Constitutional Convention (1857)

State Library - Salem, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the State Library in Salem, Oregon. Automobiles are parked on the street in front of the building. Handwriting on negative reads, "State Library - Salem, Oregon. Christian 11-823."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing 3 people in a pavilion at a hot spring. A sign on the pavilion reads, "Foot Bath." Two people sit on a bench over the hot spring. Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Hot Springs. Christian S-215."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing a miniature stone tower over a hot spring at Breitenbush Hot Springs in Breitenbush, Oregon. The word "Sulphur" is carved into the tower. Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs. Christian S-216."

Christian (Photographer)

Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs, Oregon

Negative of a photographic postcard showing the exterior of Bruckman's Office building at Breitenbush Hot Springs in Breitenbush, Oregon. A sign on the building reads, "Bruckman's Office. Groceries, Fountain, Meats, Lunches." Another sign on the building reads, "Breitenbush U.S. Post Office." Handwriting on negative reads, "Bruckman's Breitenbush Springs. Christian S-266."

Christian (Photographer)

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