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Florence L. Kohlhagen Notebook, 1923

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Kohlhagen, Florence L.
Title
Florence L. Kohlhagen Notebook
Dates
1923 (inclusive)
Quantity
0.03 cubic foot, (1 box)
Collection Number
MSS Kohlhagen
Summary
The Florence L. Kohlhagen Notebook consists of class notes of the Rural Sociology course taken by Kohlhagen at Oregon Agricultural College in 1923.
Repository
Oregon State University Libraries, Special Collections & Archives Research Center
Special Collections & Archives Research Center
121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR
97331-4501
Telephone: 541-737-2075
Fax: 541-737-8674
scarc@oregonstate.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Languages
English

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Florence Louise Kohlhagen, from Roseburg, graduated from Oregon Agricultural College in 1923 with a degree in home economics. By 1925, she was married to H.L. McHenry and living in Portland, Oregon.

Hector Macpherson was a faculty member in economics and sociology at Oregon Agricultural College from 1911 until 1926, when he resigned his faculty position to offer his services to the movement for reorganization of higher education in Oregon. He was elected to the State Legislature in 1927, 1929, and 1939.

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The Florence L. Kohlhagen Notebook consists of class notes of the Rural Sociology course taken by Kohlhagen at Oregon Agricultural College in 1923. The course was taught by Hector Macpherson. Topics addressed in the course include the evolution of rural institutions; the rural community, family, and school; rural societies and associations, including churches; rural systems of transportation and communication; the dependence of national welfare upon the rural community; and the role of agriculture.

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Preferred Citation

Florence L. Kohlhagen Notebook, Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis, Oregon.

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