Fairclo Family Papers, 1850-2009  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Fairclo, Jay A.Fairclo Family
Title
Fairclo Family Papers
Dates
1850-2009 (inclusive)
Quantity
2.8 linear feet
Collection Number
OITshl062
Summary
Materials about the Fairclo Family were donated by their oldest daughter Marjorie F. Brissenden. Content date range for this collection is: 1850-2009. Jay A. Fairclo was born July 1st, 1895, in Yreka. He moved to Klamath County in the early 1900s, before serving in the Army during WWI. He served in Mt.Laki Community Church and School Board. Grace was born in 1895 and had met Jay when visiting from Kansas to see her aunt.
Repository
Oregon Institute of Technology Libraries, Shaw Historical Library
Oregon Institute of Technology Libraries
3201 Campus Drive
Klamath Falls, OR
97601
Telephone: 541-885-1772
Fax: 541-885-1777
libtech@oit.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Jay A. Fairclo was born July 1st, 1895, in Yreka. He moved to Klamath County in the early 1900s, before serving in the Army during WWI. After the war, he returned to his family's ranch to work with his father, H. G. Fairclo. Shortly after, he married Grace Irene Pattin, eventually having four children. Grace was born in 1895 and had met Jay when visiting from Kansas to see her aunt. Jay was a member of the Mt. Laki Community Church and served on the Agricultural Advisory Board of the Oregon Vocational School and the Mt. Laki School Board. Grace died in September 1965. Jay Fairclo passed away in 1978.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Materials about the Fairclo family were donated by their oldest daughter Marjorie F. Brissenden. Content date range for this collection is: 1850-2009. Geographic location of the contents of the materials is Klamath Falls, Oregon. There are 5 boxes and 3 binders (albums) with original documents and copies of documents, including letters and diaries, starting in the 19th century.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Geographical Names :
  • Fairclo Family--Archives
  • Family--Personal narratives
  • Klamath County (Or.)
  • Ranching