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Episcopal Church Collection

Repository:Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Summary:Collection of materials assembled by the Oregon Historical Society relating to the Episcopal Church in Oregon. Includes papers relating to Bishops Thomas Fielding Scott, Benjamin Wistar Morris, Charles Scadding, and Walter Taylor Sumner; other clergy members; local churches; materials relating to Good Samaritan Hospital, Bishop Scott Academy, and St. Helens Hall, all of Portland; and records of the Women's Auxiliary. Much of the collection was assembled by Rev. Edward H. Clark. Also includes microfilm of church records for various Oregon parishes, including the Missionary Diocese of Eastern Oregon.
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Methodist Church collection

Repository:Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Summary:Artificial collection of materials relating to various Methodist churches in the Pacific Northwest, primarily in Oregon and the Portland area. Includes records of the First Norwegian-Danish Methodist Episcopal Church, Portland (also known as the Hoyt Street Church); the Epworth League; Grace Methodist Episcopal Church of Portland; the Methodist Episcopal Church of Oregon City; and records of regional Methodist conferences held in Oregon City, circa 1853-1885. Most of the materials are minutes of meetings, with some financial records, ephemera, and publications. Also includes microfilm of records not held by the Oregon Historical Society, from various Oregon churches.
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Portland Rose Festival Association records

Repository:Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Summary:Records of an organization of Portland, Oregon, founded in 1907, that produces the city's annual Rose Festival. Early records (designated Mss 1528) include minutes of meetings, 1907-1908, programs, publicity materials, and ephemera. Later records (designated Mss 1528-1) mostly date from 1942 to 1992 and contain extensive administrative records for each year's festival, financial records, publicity materials, and ephemera. There is some overlap in documentation between the two collections.

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