Daisy Annita Rice was a high school and music conservatory student at Tualatin Academy in Forest Grove, Oregon, around 1905-1909. She was originally from Clatskanie. Tualatin Academy was the college preparatory school that was attached to Pacific University. She likely attended a class there given by Charles Oscar Chambers, a professor of biology who taught a course on the botany of flowers.
The album contains of pressed flowers and other plants that were collected and labelled by Daisy Anitta Rice, probably for a high school class at Tualatin Academy in Forest Grove, Oregon. The album was donated to Pacific University by Rena Watten of Tygh Valley.
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Daisy Annita Rice Botanical Specimen Album, Pacific University Archives, Forest Grove, Oregon.