Marion Dean Ross papers, 1954-1990  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Ross, Marion Dean
Title
Marion Dean Ross papers
Dates
1954-1990 (inclusive)
Quantity
22.0 linear feet, (16 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 231
Summary
Marion Dean Ross (1913 - 1991) was a historian of architecture and design who taught at the University of Oregon and served as the Dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts at UO until his retirement in 1978. The collection consists of materials regarding architects, regional architecture, and specific buildings. A large amount of material relates to Oregon architecture, with an emphasis on Portland and Eugene.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Born in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania in 1913, Marion Dean Ross was educated at Pennsylvania State and Harvard University. He received a B.S. in architecture in 1935 at Penn State, studied at the Universidad Nacional in Mexico, and earned a Master of Architecture degree at Harvard in 1937. Ross studied later at Harvard during summer sessions of 1938, 1940, and 1948.

Starting in 1937, Ross taught architectural history and design at Tulane University. In 1946, Ross taught at Pennsylvania State College. In 1947, Ross started teaching in the Art History department at the University of Oregon. When the art history department was established in 1963, Ross became the first chairman of the department. In 1962-63, Ross filled the position of acting Dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. He retired from the University of Oregon in 1978.

Teaching the history of architecture, Ross taught a variety of classes including Latin American architecture, Islamic architecture, modern architecture, along with other subjects. His interests ranged from Victorian objects to landscape architecture. He was one of the first to critically study Oregon architecture and also taught a class on the subject.

Outside of the university, Ross participated in architectural and historic preservation organizations. His study of Oregon architecture helped in the creation of stylistic guidelines for the Oregon State Inventory of Historic Properties for the state preservation office. He was a founding member of the Society for Architectural Historians. For thirteen years, Ross served on the State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation.

Influential in architectural history at the university, around the state and the nation, Ross was remembered after his death on April 2, 1991 as an important figure in the study of architectural history and historic preservation. He left a one million dollar endowment for library material acquisitions and an endowment for the "Marion Dean Ross Distinguished Professor of Architectural History" in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts (AAA) at the University of Oregon. The AAA library reading room was named the “Marion D. Ross Reading Room” on April 27, 1991 during the dedication of completed renovation of Lawrence Hall.

Sources: “Marion Ross.” Biographical Information Files, UA Ref 2, Box 6, University Archives, Special Collections & University Archives.

Sources: “Review,” School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Spring, 1991. University Publications Files, Box 2, University Archives, Special Collections and University Archives.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Marion Dean Ross collection is arranged by subject. The majority of the collection consists of materials regarding architects, regional architecture, and specific buildings. A large amount of material relates to Oregon architecture, with an emphasis on Portland and Eugene. The material for each subject includes newspaper clippings, photographs, brochures, maps, notes and other items. Located at the end of the collection is a section on architectural and historic preservation organizations, which includes newsletters and other publications produced by the specified organization.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Marion Dean Ross Papers, Coll 231, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

InventoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 1, Folder 1

Series I:  ArchitectsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 2
General
1 3
California
1 4
Eugene – Rosters
1 5
Washington State
1 6
Bailey, Van Evera
1 7
Bebb, Charles Herbert
Belluschi, Pietro
Box Folder
1 8
Churches
1 9
Lecture by Marion Dean Ross
February 7, 1984
1 10-12
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
1 13
Broome, Oringdulph, O’Toole, Rudolf, Boles, & Associates
1 14
Burton, E. M.
1 15
Carkin, J. Warren
1 16
Clark, Frank C.
1 17
Crutcher, Lewis
1 18
Dougan, Lee L. (and Firm)
1 19
Doyle, Albert E. (and Firm)
1 20
Edmundson, Kochendoerfer, and Kennedy
1 21
Feig, Elmer
1 22
Gilson, Lloyd
1 23
Gould, Carl F.
1 24
Hacker, Thom
1 25
Hallock, Absolom B.
1 26
Hefty, Henry
1 27
Heide, August Franklin
1 28
Hunter and Shute
1 29
Jacobberger, Francis E.
1 30
Kleeman, Otto
1 31
Knighton, William C.
1 32
Krumbein, Justus
1 33
Lawrence, Ellis F.
1 34
Lazarus, Edgar
1 35
Lewis, David C.
1 36
Linde, Carl A.
1 37
Lutes and Amunson
1 38
Martin, Will
1 39
McCaw, Martin, White
1 40
McMath, George A.
1 41
Mitchell Associates
1 42
Neer, Delos D.
1 43
Nevius
1 44
Parker, Jamieson
1 45
Piper, W. W.
1 46
Pipes, Wade
1 47
Purcell, William Gray
1 48
Rae, George
1 49
Rosenberg, Louis Conrad
1 50
Schact, Emil
1 51
Schwartz, George
1 52
Sherwin, Joseph
1 53
Stanton, Glenn
1 54
Stewart and Richardson
1 55
Storey, Ellsworth Prime
1 56
Storrs, John
1 57
Sundeleaf, Richard
2 1
Thompson, Lewis Irvine
2 2
Tourtellotte, John E.
2 3
Unruh, Richard Lee
2 4
Waechter, H. H.
2 5
Whitney, Harrison A.
2 6
Whidden, and Lewis
2 7
Whitehouse, Morris H.
2 8
Wilen, Stephen
2 9
Willcox, W. R. B.
2 10
Williams, W. H.
2 11
Wolff Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership
2 12
Yeon, John

Series II:  ArchitectureReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
2 13
Afghanistan
2 14
Africa
2 15
Algeria
2 16
Arabia
2 17
Arctic Regions
2 18
Asia
2 19
Bulgaria
2 20
Cambodia
2 21
Canada
2 22
Ethiopia
2 23
Europe
2 24
Iraq (Mesopotamia)
2 25
North and South America
2 26
Pakistan
2 27
Palestine
2 28
Siam (Thailand)
2 29
Singapore
2 30-31
Switzerland
United States
Box Folder
2 32
General
2 33
Maps, general
2 34
Alabama – Mobile
2 35
Arizona
2 36
Arkansas
California
Box Folder
2 37
Los Angeles
2 38
Monterey – Carmel
2 39-40
San Diego
Box Folder
2 41
Colorado
2 42
Connecticut
2 43
Delaware – Newcastle
3 1
Florida
3 2
Georgia
3 3
Idaho
3 4
Illinois
3 5
Indiana
3 6
Iowa
3 7
Kansas
3 8
Kentucky
3 9
Louisiana - General
3 10
Louisiana - New Orleans
3 11
Maryland - General
3 12
Maryland - Annapolis
3 13
Massachusetts
3 14
Michigan
3 15
Minnesota
3 16
Mississippi
3 17
Missouri
3 18
Montana
3 19
Nebraska
3 20
New Hampshire
3 21
New Jersey
3 22
New Mexico - General
3 23
New Mexico - Santa Fe
3 24
New York
3 25
New York – World’s Fair, 1939
3 26
North Dakota
Ohio
Box Folder
3 28
General
3 28
Cleveland
Oregon, General
Box Folder
3 29
Barns, etc.
3 30
Bungalow architecture (mainly Oregon)
3 31
Centennial
3 32
Coos Bay Museum
3 33
Covered Bridges
3 34
Duniway, Abigail Scott
3 35
General information
3 36
Jacksonville, HABS
3 37
Landscape material
3 38
List of important buildings
3 39
Maps
3 40
Maude Kerns Art Center, Eugene
3 41
Miscellaneous notes
4 1
Miscellaneous
4 2
Miscellaneous, 1988
4 3
Museum Lists
4 4
National Register Lists
4 5-7
National Register of Historic Places nomination forms, miscellaneous
4 8
Oregon architecture, bibliography
4 9
Oregon Historical Society
4 10
OSHHE, buildings of historic value
4 11
Photos – Boychuk
4 12
Photos – Lindsley Hall, in AAA
4 13
Portland AIA, honor awards
4 14
Article, “Oregon Architecture 100 Years Ago,” in Pacific Architect and Builder, vol. 65, no. 5, May 1959
4 15
A Century of Architecture in Oregon, 1859-1959
4 16
Southwest Oregon AIA Guide
Oregon, Places
Box Folder
4 17
Adams
4 18
Albany
4 19
Antelope
4 20
Arlington
4 21
Arock
4 22-23
Ashland
4 24
Astoria
4 25
Aurora
4 26
Bar
4 27
Baker County
4 28
Bandon
4 29
Beaverton
4 30
Bellfoundation
4 31
Bend
4 32
Bethel
4 33
Bingham Springs
4 34
Birdseye House
4 35
Bohemia
4 36
Boston Mill
4 37
Brooks
4 38-39
Brownsville
4 40
Brunk Corner
4 41
Burns
4 42
Canby
4 43
Canyon City
5 1
Cape Blanco
5 2
Cascade Locks
5 3
Champoeg
5 4
Charleston
5 5
Clackamas County
5 6
Cloud Cap Inn
5 7
Coburg
5 8
Coos Bay
5 9
Cornucopia
5 10
Corvallis - General
5 11-12
Corvallis - Oregon State University
5 13
Cottage Grove
5 14
Cove
5 15
Crater Lake
5 16
Crown Point
5 17
Dallas (incl. Ellendale)
5 18
Days Creek
5 19
Dayton
5 20
Douglas County
5 21
Drain
5 22
Dufur
5 23
Dundee
5 24
Eagle Point
5 25
Elgin
5 26
Empire
Eugene
Box Folder
5 27
Airport
5 28
Armory
5 29
Banks
5 30
Cemeteries (Pioneer and Masonic)
5 31
Churches
5 32
City Halls
5 33
Civic Center
5 34
Clippings, general
5 35
College Side Building
5 36
Commercial - General
5 37
Commercial - AxBilly Store
5 38
Commercial - Pacific Cooperative Poultry Producers Egg-Taking Station
5 39
Park Willamette Building
5 40
County Clerk’s Office
5 41
Courthouses
5 42
Emerald Canal/Mill Race
5 43
Eugene Conference Center/Hilton Hotel
5 44
Eugene Hotel
5 45
Eugene Performing Arts Center
5 46
Federal Building
5 47
Hospitals/Rest Homes
5 48
Hotels
Houses
Box Folder
5 49
Destroyed
5 50
Old
5 51
Post WWII
5 52
Tours
5 53
Calkins House
5 54
Hall-Williams
5 55
Johnson, J. W., Dr.
5 56
Morse House
5 57
Peters/Wintermeier
5 58
Shelton-McMurphey
Box Folder
5 59
Kuchel & Dressel, 1859
6 1
Lane Community College
6 2
Library
6 3
Mall
6 4
Maps; lists of buildings
6 5
Masonic Building
6 6
Pamphlets
6 7
Parks
6 8
Pioneer Museum
6 9
Railway Stations
6 10
Schools
6 11
Theaters
University of Oregon
Box Folder
6 12
General
6 13
A & AA
6 14
Campus Plan
6 15
Chiles Center
6 16
Deady hall
6 17
Deady and Villard Halls
6 18
Erb Memorial Union
6 19
Faculty Club/Collier House
6 20
Johnson Hall
6 21
Library
6 22-23
Museum of Art
6 24
Observatory
6 25
100th Anniversary
6 26
Places of special significance
6 27
President’s House
6 28
“A Quick Look Back”
6 29
75th Anniversary
6 30
Stadium/Dome
6 31
Villard Hall
Box Folder
6 32
Urban Renewal
6 33
Valley River Center
6 34
West University Neighborhood
Box Folder
6 35
Evans Creek
6 36
Forest Grove
6 37
Fort Hoskins
6 38
Fort Klamath
6 39
Fort Rains
6 40
Fort Sheridan
6 41
Fort Stevens
6 42
Fort Yamhill
6 43
Fossil
6 44
Fremont
6 45
French Glen
6 46
Gaston
6 47
Gay House (near Hopewell)
6 48
Gearhart
6 49
Gervais
6 50
Gladstone
6 51
Gold Hill
6 52
Grande Rhonde
6 53
Grants Pass
6 54
Halsey
6 55
Hardman (Morrow Couty)
6 56
Harrisburg
6 57
Heceta Head
6 58
Heppner
6 59
Hermiston
6 60
Hillsboro
6 61
Hood River
6 62
Hoskins
6 63
Hotlake Resort
6 64
Howell Prairie
6 65
Hyde Park (Washington County)
6 66
Island City (Union County)
6 67
Independence
Jacksonville
Box Folder
6 68
Area Study
7 1
Article by Marion Dean Ross, “Jacksonville, An Oregon Gold-Rush Town,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, XII, 4
7 2
Beekman Bank
7 3
Ben Drew Commission House
7 4
Boucher Photos
7 5
“Butcher Shop”
Churches
Box Folder
7 6
General
7 7
Catholic Church
7 8
Methodist Church
7 9
Presbyterian Church
Box Folder
7 10
City Hall
7 11
Clippings
7 12
Commercial
7 13
Commercial, California Street
7 14
Correspondence
7 15
Courthouses
7 16
Democratic Times notes
7 17
Depot
7 18
Dowell Office
7 19
Drug Store
7 20
Fire Station
7 21
General notes
7 22
Highway Question
7 23
Historic District Boundary
7 24
Historic District Ordinance
7 25
W. Hoffman’s Memoirs
Houses
Box Folder
7 26
General
7 27
Armstong House/Beekman House
7 28
Beall House
7 29
Beekman House
7 30
Britt House
7 31
Bybee House
7 32
Catholic Rectory
7 33
DeRoboam House
7 34
Dowell House
7 35
Helms House
7 36
Jackson House
7 37
McCully House
7 38
Muller House
7 39
Nunan House
7 40
Orth House
7 41
Prim House
7 42
Ross House
7 43
Wetterer House and Brewery
Box Folder
7 44
Insurance Record notes
7 45
O. Jacob’s Memoirs
7 46
Kahler Office
7 47
Kubli-Redman
7 48
F. Linn’s Memoirs
7 49
Livery Stables
7 50
Maps and Plans
7 51
Masonic Building
7 52
McCully – I.O.O.F.
7 53
Newspapers
7 54
Orth Building
7 55-56
Pamphlets
7 57
Post Office
7 58
Ryan’s Buildings
7 59
Schools
7 60
Table Rock Building
7 61
Telephone Building
7 62
United States Hotel
7 63
Views
7 64
Walk
7 65
Walling notes
7 66
West Shore
7 67
Moses Williams Dairy
Box Folder
7 68
Jefferson
7 69
John Day
7 70
Jordan Valley
7 71
Junction City
7 72
Kerby
7 73
King’s Valley
7 74
Klamath Falls
7 75
Lafayette
7 76
La Grande
7 77
Lake Oswego
8 1
Lane County
8 2
Lane County: List of Historic Buildings
8 3
Leaburg
8 4
Lehman Springs
8 5
Lincoln
8 6
Lorane
8 7
Mazama Lodge, Mount Hood
8 8
McMinnville
8 9
Meacham
8 10
Medford
8 11
Metolius
8 12
Milton Freewater
8 13
Milwaukie
8 14
Molalla
8 15
Monmouth
8 16
Monroe
8 17
Mount Angel
8 18-19
Mount Angel Abbey
8 20
Mt. Pleasant (near Oregon City)
8 21
Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
8 22
Myrtle Point
8 23
Neakahnie
8 24
Newberg
8 25
Newport
8 26
Oakland
8 27
Oakville (Linn County)
8 28
Ontario
8 29
Oregon Caves
8 30
Oregon City
8 31
Paulina Lake I.O.O.F. Lodge
8 32
Pendleton
8 33
Peroria (Linn County)
8 34
Philomath
8 35
Phoenix
8 36
Pine Valley
8 37
Pleasant Grove
8 38
Pleasant Hill
8 39
Polk County
Portland
Box Folder
8 40
General
8 41
Airport
8 42
Albertina Kerr Nursery
8 43
Albina
8 44
A.I.A, Awards
8 45
A.I.A., List of Important Buildings
8 46
Armory
8 47
Articles
8 47
A.I.A. Bulletin, Climate Control
8 48
Carey, Donald, “Portland: How Its Downtown Became the Lazarus of American Cities.” Architecture, v. 75, no. 7 (July 1986)
8 49
Croly, Arch. Rec., 1912
8 50
Holbrook, Stewart H. “The Portland Story”
8 51
Ross, Marion Dean, “125 Years of Building,” A.I.A.. Journal, June 1968
8 52
Ross, Marion Dean, National Trust
8 53
Art Museum
8 54
Artquake Jury
8 55
Auditorium
8 56
Bridges
8 57
Bus Tour for National Trust
8 58
Cemeteries
8 59
Centennial Exposition Buildings
Churches
Box Folder
8 60
General
8 61
Ascension Chapel
8 62
Calvary Presbyterian (Old Church)
8 63
Evangelical United Brethren
8 64
First Baptist
8 65
First Christian Science
8 66
First Congregational
8 67
First Emmanuel Evangelical Lutheran
8 68
First Methodist
8 69
First Presbyterian
9 1
First Unitarian
9 2
Peace Lutheran
9 3
Precious Blood (Monastery)
9 4
St. James Lutheran
9 5
St. John’s Episcopal (Milwaukie)
9 6
St. Lawrence Catholic Church
9 7
St. Mark’s Episcopal
9 8
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
9 9
Sixth Christian Science
9 10
Trinity Episcopal
9 11
Westminster Prebyterian
Box Folder
9 12
City Hall
9 13
Civic Center
Commercial
Box Folder
9 14
General
9 15
Ainsworth Building
9 16
American Bank Building
9 17
Auditorium Building
9 18
Ballou and Wright Building
9 19
Bank of California
9 20
Benj. Franklin
9 21
Berg Store
9 22
Bishop’s House
9 23
Blagen Building
9 24
Blue Cross Building
9 25
Boise Cascade Building
9 26
Cadillac Fairview Development
9 27
Chamber of Commerce
9 28
Clackamas Center
9 29
Corbett Building
9 30
Dekum Building
9 31
Delschneider Building
9 32
Destroyed Buildings
9 33
Doerncecher Building
9 34
Duniway Center
9 35
East End Building
9 36
Equitable Building
9 37
Esco Corp., Administration Building
9 38
Exchange Building
9 39
Failing Building
9 40
First National Bank
9 41
Gadsby’s Building (demolished 1955)
9 42
Georgia Pacific Building
9 43
Gevurtz Building
9 44
Gill Building
9 45
Goudnough Building
9 46
Greene’s Block
9 47
Hamilton Building
9 48
Haseltine Building
9 49
KOIN Tower
9 50
Kroeker Building
9 51
Ladd and Tilton Bank
9 52
Lewis Building
9 53
Lipman Wolfe
9 54
Lloyd Center
9 55
Love Building
9 56
Marquam Plaza
9 57
Masonic Building
9 58
Medical/Dental Offices
9 59
Meier and Frank
9 60
Montgomery Ward
9 61
New Equitable Building
9 62
New Market Annex
9 63
New Market Building
9 64
Northwest Gas Company
9 65
Olds, Worthman, King (later Galleria)
9 66
One Main Place
9 67
Orbanco Building
9 68
Oregon Bank (Spalding) Building
9 69
Oregonian Building
9 70
Pacific Building
9 71
Pacific First Federal
9 72
Pacwest Bancorp
9 73
Pally/Man Chong Building
9 74
Panama Building
9 75
Parking Structures
9 76
Park Vista Apartments
9 77
Pittock Block
9 78
Portland Commons
9 79
Portland General Electric
9 80
Portland Plaza Condominiums
9 81
Powers/Directors Building
9 82
Public Market – Journal Building
9 83
Public Service Building
9 84
Railway Exchange Building (Oregon Pioneer Building)
9 85
Restaurants
9
Sherlock Building
9 87
Skidmore Fountain Area
9 88
Standard Plaza Building
9 89
State Finance Building
9 90
Steigerwald Dairy
9 91
Studio Building
9 92
Telephone Company Buildings
9 93
Terminal Sales Building
9 94
Unigard Insurance Building
9 95
Union Block
9 96
United State National Bank
9 97
Weatherly Building
9 98
Wells Fargo Building
9 99
Woodlark Building
9 100
Worcester Building
9 101
Yamhill Area
9 102
Yeon Building
Box Folder
9 103
Courthouse
9 104
Custom House
9 105
Directory Information
9 106
Elks Temple
9 107
E-R Center
9 108
Federal Courthouse
9 109
Firehouses
9 110
Fire of 1873
9 111
Forestry Center
9 112
Fountains
9 113
Freeways
9 114
Garden Club
9 115
Gresham
9 116
Hospitals
Hotels
Box Folder
9 117
General
9 118
Benson Hotel
9 119
Hilton Hotel
9 120
Perkins Hotel
9 121
Portland Hotel
Houses
Box Folder
10 1
General, Modern
10 2-3
General, Old
10 4
WAL Tours
10 5
Ayer Farmhouse (Doyle)
10 6
Captain Brown House
10 7
Burrell House
10 8
Cabell House (Doyle)
10 9
Collins House (Doyle)
10 10
Corbett House
10 11
Dolph House
10 12
Eliot House (Thomas Lamb Eliot)
10 13
Elliott House (S. G. Elliott)
10 14
Forbes House
10 15
Hawley House
10 16
Hefty House
10 17
Jennings House
10 18
Josselyn House
10 19
Kamm House
10 20
Kerr House (Bishop’s Close)
10 21
Knapp House
10 22
Ladd Carriage House and Stable
10 23
Ladd House
10 24
Leadbetter House
10 25
Mackenzie (Dr.) house
10 26
Morris Mark House
10 27
Megley House
10 28
Mills House
10 29
Piggot Castle
10 30
Pittock House
10 31
Reid House
10 32
Watzek House
10 33
Wilcox House (Tualatin Valley)
Box Folder
10 34
Justice Center
10 35
Landmarks
10 36
Landscape Items
10 37
Lewis and Clark College
10 38
Lewis and Clark Expo
10 39
Lewis and Clark Expo Photos
10 40
Libraries
10 41
Linnton
10 42
Maps
10 43
Marylhurst College
10 44
Masonic Temples (incl. Pythian Temple)
10 45
Medical (University of Oregon)
10 46
Miscellaneous
10 47
Miscellaneous notes
10 48
Multnomah Athletic Club
10 50
Oregon Historical Society Building
10 51
Orphanages
10 52
Pacific International Expo Building
10 53
Park Blocks
10 54
Parks
10 55
Photographs (negatives)
10 56
Photographs (mainly demolished buildings)
10 57
Pioneer Post Office and Courthouse
10 58
Pioneer Square
10 59
Plans: Bennett Plan
10 60
Plans: Moses Plan
10 60
Police Headquarters
10 61
Portland Art Museum
10 62
Portland Building, Groves Design
10 63
Portland Friends of Cast-Iron Architecture
10 64
Portland Garden Club
10 65
Portland General Electric Station “L”
10 66
Portland Guide, correspondence
11 1
Portland State University and Area
11 2
Post Office
11 3
Reed College
11 4
Richardsonian Romanesque
11 5
River Front
11 6
St. Johns
11 7
Schools
11 8
Sculpture
11 9
State Office Building
11 10
Street Furniture
11 11
Synagogues
11 12
Theaters
11 13
Town Club
11 14
Transit Mall Downtown
11 15
Union Station
11 16
University of Portland
11
Urban Renewal
Views
Box Folder
11 19
General
11 20
1858 (Kuchel and Dresel)
11 21
1865
11 22
1887
11 23
1888 (West Shore)
11 24
1890
11 25
1892
11 26
1898
11 27
1903
11 28
1903-1904
11 29
1912
11 30
1913
11 31
ca. 1914-1915
Box Folder
11 32
Visitor’s Information Center
11 33
Warehouses
11 34
YMCA
Box Folder
11 35
Port Orford
11 36
Powers
11 37
Princeville
11 38
Providence Baptist Church
11 39
Redmond
11 40
Redmond: Petersen’s Rock Gardens
11 41
Reedville
11 42
Rickreall
11 43
Rock Creek
11 44
Rouge River
11 45
Roseburg
Salem
Box Folder
11 46
General
11 47
Capitol Building
11 48
Capitol Building, draft National Register Registration form
11 49-50
Capitol Mall
11 51
Capital National Bank
11 52
Churches
11 53
City Halls
12 1
Commercial
12 2
Courthouses
12 3
Houses
12 4
Ladd and Bush
12 5
Marion Hotel
12 6-7
Mission Mill
12 8
Public Buildings (not on Mall)
12 9
Schools
12 10
Walking Tour
Box Folder
12 11
Salishan
12 12
Sauvie Island
12 13
Scottsburg
12 14
Seaside
12 15
Shaniko
12 16
Shedd
12 17
Sheridan
12 18
Siletz
12 19
Silverton
12 20
Sisters
12 21
Sodaville
12 22
Springfield
12 23
St. Helens
12 24
St. Paul
12 25
Stayton
12 26
Sublimity
12 27
Sumpter
12 28
Sun River
12 29
Talent
The Dalles
Box Folder
12 30
General
12 31
Churches
12 32
Courthouses
12 33
Fort
Box Folder
12 34
Tillamook
12 35
Timberline Lodge
12 36
Toledo
12 37
Tualatin and Tualatin Plains
12 38
Umatilla
12 39
Union
12 40
Vale
12 41
West Linn
12 42
Weston
12 43
West Union
12 44
Wilhoit Springs
12 45
Willsonville
12 46
Wolf Creek
12 47-48
Wolf Creek Tavern Advisory Committee
12 49
Woodburn
12 50
Yachats
12 51
Yamhill
12 52
Yoncalla
12 53
Zena
Box Folder
12 54
Pennsylvania
12 55
Rhode Island
12 56
South Carolina
12 57
South Dakota
12 58
Southwest Sites
13 1
Tennessee
13 2
Texas
13 3
Vermont
13 4
Virginia
12 5
Virginia - Richmond
Washington (State)
Box Folder
13 6
General
13 7
Fort Simcoe
13 8
Fort Vancouver
13 9
Long Beach
13 10
Maryhill
13 11
Olympia
13 12
Port Townsend
Seattle
Box Folder
13 13
General
13 14
Pike Plaza Design Review Board
13 15
Pioneer Square
13 16
Space Needle (World’s Fair 1962)
Box Folder
13 17
Spokane
13 18
Stevenson
13 19
Tacoma
13 20
Walla Walla
Box Folder
13 21-23
Washington, D. C.
13 24
Wyoming
13 24
Virgin Islands

Series III:  OrganizationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
American Institute of Architect (AIA)
Box Folder
13 26
Historic Buildings Committee
13 27
Oregon Chapter
13 28
Regional Conference, 1980
Southwestern Oregon Chapter
Box Folder
13 29
Miscellaneous
13 30
Awards
13 31
Cooperative Preservation of Architectural records
Historic Preservation League of Oregon
Box Folder
13 33
Newsletters
1978-1984
13 34
Newsletters
1985-1987
13 35
Newsletters
1988-1990
13 35
Oregon’s Historic Preservation Newsletter
1975-1977
Historic Review Board, Eugene
Box Folder
14 3
1976
14 4
1977
14 5
1978
Oregon State Advisory Committee
Box Folder
14 6
Conflict of Interest Questions
Minutes
Box Folder
14 7
1984-1985
14 8
1986
14 9
1987
14 10
1988
Box Folder
14 11-12
Miscellaneous
14 13
National Register Lists
14 14
Statewide Plan
1971, 1972, 1973
14 15
Statewide Plan
1974, 1975, 1976
Society of Architectural Historians
Box Folder
14 16
Chapter Surveys
1986
14 17
The Forum (Bulletin of the Committee on Preservation)
14 18
Miscellaneous
14 19
The Forum, Vol. 1, no. 1 - Vol. 5, no. 4
September 1957-November 1961
14 20
The Forum, Vol. 6, no. 1 - Vol. 13, no. 6
February 1962-December 1969
14 21
The Forum, Vol. 14, no. 1 - Vol. 18, no. 6
February 1970-December 1974
14 22
The Forum, Vol. 19, no. 2 - Vol. 24, no. 6
April 1975-December 1980
14 23
The Forum, Vol. 25, no. 1 – Vol. 27, no. 6
February 1981-December 1983
14 24
The Forum, Vol. 28, no. 1 - Vol. 32, no. 2
February 1984-April 1988
Northern Pacific Coast Chapter
Box Folder
15 1
Founders Award
15 2
Meetings
1954-1969
15 3
Meeting
Spring 1958
15 4
Meetings
1970-1975
15 5
Meetings
1976-1983
15 6
Meeting
Fall 1976
16 1
Meetings
1984-1987
16 2
Meetings
Spring 1986
Box Folder
16 3
Southern California Chapter
University of Oregon, School of Architecture and Allied Arts
Box Folder
16 4
Avenu
16 5
Review
16 6
Washington State Advisory Council (Archaeology and Historic Preservation)
16 7
Women’s Architectural League of Oregon – Sales correspondence re: Marion Dean Ross’ A Century of Architecture in Oregon

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Architects--United States
  • Architecture, Domestic--Oregon
  • Architecture--United States
  • Art historians--Oregon
  • Historic buildings--Oregon
  • Historic preservation--Oregon--Societies, etc
  • Public architecture--Oregon
  • Personal Names :
  • Ross, Marion Dean--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • Lane Community College (Eugene, Or.)--Buildings
  • University of Oregon--Buildings
  • University of Oregon--Faculty.