The Associated Men's Halls comprised the five housing clubs that resided in Weatherford Hall (Cauthorn, Poling, Hawley, Buxton, Weatherford).
During the era covered by this scrapbook, Weatherford Hall was the sole campus building which housed male students not affiliated with fraternities.
The Associated Men's Halls Scrapbook was assembled by students in the five housing clubs that resided in Weatherford Hall (Cauthorn, Poling, Hawley, Buxton, Weatherford) together known as the Associated Men's Halls. Primarily made up of photographs and newspaper clippings, the scrapbook documents various aspects of student life in these clubs such as social events, officer selection, and involvement in intramural sports. Dance cards and election flyers can also be found in the scrapbook. The photographs depict holiday parties, group shots and portraits, off-campus trips, athletic contests between clubs, pranks, horseplay, and interior and exterior views of Weatherford Hall. Many of the students in the images are identified including E.C. Gilbert, Robert Henderson, Andrew Landforce, and Milosh Popovich.
Restrictions on Access :
Collection is open for research.Preferred Citation :
Associated Men's Halls Scrapbook, Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis, Oregon.
Related Materials :
Records of other dormitory clubs include the Cauthorn Club Records (RG 101), the Poling Hall Club Records (RG 36), and the Hawley Club Minutes in the University Housing and Dining Services Records (RG 145), which include additional information on student housing at Oregon State College.