Guide to the Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth Papers
1936-1956

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Ellsworth, Harris, 1899-1986
Title: Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth papers
Dates: 1936-1956 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 23.5 linear feet (17 containers)
Collection Number: Ax 033
Summary: The collection comprises the congressional files of Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth, U.S. Representative of the Oregon Fourth District.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

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

Historical Note

Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth was born in Hoquiam, Grays Harbor County, Washington on September 17, 1899. He moved from Hoquiam to Eugene and later to Wendling, Oregon with his parents. Ellsworth attended public schools and served in the Student Army Training Corps during the World War I. He graduated in journalism from the University of Oregon in 1922. In 1923 he was advertising manager of the Eugene newspaper. He worked in the lumber business from 1923-1925 as manager of a lumber-industry publication from 1926-1928. In 1928 and 1929 he was an associate professor in journalism at the University of Oregon. Since 1929 he was publisher and co-owner of the Roseburg, Oregon News-Review. He was appointed to the State senate in 1941 and was subsequently elected as a Republican to the 78th Congress in 1943. He served in Congress through 1957. He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1956 to the 85th Congress. In 1957 he was appointed by President Eisenhower as chairman of the Civil Service Commission for a two-year term and served to February 28, 1959. He returned to Oregon and resumed his newspaper business profession and became a real estate broker. In 1975 he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico and lived there until his death on February 7, 1986. He was interned at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Albuquerque.

Content Description

Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth served as the first representative from the Oregon Fourth District, 78th to 84th Congresses. The files include correspondence, reports, investigations, studies, and political records.

Of special interest are the files dealing with flood control, river development, forestry, lumbering, mining, and the hydro-electric partnership principle. The political files are primarily concerned with district rather than state or national issues.

Correspondence of importance exists between Mr. Ellsworth and his professional associates in the Oregon newspaper field: Merle Chessman, Editor of the Astorian Budget; Ralph R. Cronise, Publisher and Editor of the Albany Democrat Herald; Louis Felsheim of the Bandon Western World; Herb Grey of the Medford Mail Tribune; Palmer E. Hoyt Publisher, Denver Post; Frank Jenkins of the Klamath Falls Herald; Robert W. Sawyer Publisher, Bend Bulletin; Charles Stanton Editor, Roseburg News-Review; and William M. Tugman Managing Editor, Eugene Register-Guard.

The collection includes 4,000 letters.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

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

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

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], Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth Papers, Ax 033, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Series I. Congressional Files
  • Series II. Legislative Files
  • Series III. Political Files
  • Series IV. Trips
  • Series V. General Correspondence

Acquisition Information :  

Mathew "Harris" Ellsworth presented the University of Oregon Libraries with his Congressional files in the fall of 1967.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Congressional Files, ca. 1936-1956
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Agriculture 1956
1 2 Auchincloss Committee (Republican congressional members) 1949
Columbia Valley Authority 1945-1949
Box
Folder
1 3 General 1945-1948
1 4 General 1949-1950
1 5 Correspondence 1945-1947
1 6-8 Correspondence 1949
1 9 Defense Department 1956
1 10 Federal Housing 1956
Flood Control 1936-1956
Box
Folder
1 11 General 1943-1944
1 12 General 1945
1 13-14 General 1946
1 15-16 General 1947
1 17 General 1949
1 18 General 1950-1952
1 19 General 1955-1956
1 20 Amazon Creek 1945-1950
1 21 Amazon Creek 1951-1952
1 22 Coquille River 1936-1956
2 1 Report on Coquille River Bar and Entrance 1926 1934
2 2 Hearing on Coquille River Bar and Channel 1936
2 3 Hearing on Coquille River/Port of Bandon 1936
2 4 Report on Port of Bandon-Tonnage Analysis
Includes topographic map and 22 b/w photos of the port and Bandon Cheese and Produce Co. cargo being loaded.
1936
2 5-6 Rogue River 1943-1956
2 7 Umpqua River 1950-1956
Willamette Basin 1948-1956
Box
Folder
2 8 General 1948-1949
2 9 General 1949-1950
2 10 General 1950-1956
2 11-12 General 1953
2 13 Dorena Dam 1944-1949
2 14 Hills Creek 1955-1956
2 15 Holley 1956
2 16 Presentation of Appropriation Figures 1948
Food Study Committee 1943-1947
Box
Folder
2 17-18 General 1943
2 19 Hearings 1943
2 20 Minutes 1943
2 21-22 1945
2 23 Correspondence 1945-1947
2 24 Releases 1945-1947
2 25 Resource Files undated
2 26 Resource Files-Meat undated
Forest Service 1950-1956
Box
Folder
3 1 Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI 1950-1954
3 2 Sustained Yield 1951-1952
3 3 Forest Conservation Committee 1952-1954
3 4 Forest Conservation Committee 1955
3 5 Forest Conservation Committee 1956
3 6 Sustained Yield-Oakridge October 1951
3 7 Sustained Yield-Oakridge October 9, 1951
3 8 Comments on Oakridge Sustained Yield December, 1951
3 9 Brief of Proposed Lakeview Federal Unit undated
3 10 The Simpson Lookout, Washington
Includes b/w "photo album" of approximately 62 photographs of Shelton, Washington.
March, 1952
Department of the Interior 1946-1956
Box
Folder
3 11 1946-1947 1954-1956
3 12 Al Serena Mines 1953-1955
3 13-14 Al Serena Mines-Hearings 1956
3 15 Bonneville 1947-1956
3 16 Hells Canyon 1952-1956
3 17 Indians undated
Bureau of Land Management 1951-1956
Box
Folder
3 18 Bureau of Land Management 1951-1952
3 19 Bureau of Land Management 1954-1955
3 20 Bureau of Land Management 1956
3 21 Chudoff Committee 1955
4 1 Timber Market Areas and Access Roads 1954-1955
Bureau of Mines 1943-1956
Box
Folder
4 2 General 1950-1952
4 3 General 1953
4 4 Metallurgical Lab, Albany 1946
4 5 Metallurgical Lab, Albany 1946-1956
4 6 Metallurgical Lab, Albany 1943-1945
4 7 Report on the Northwest Electrodevelopment Laboratory
4 8 Miscellaneous
4 9 National Parks
4 10 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration 1944-1945
4 11 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration 1943-1944
4 12 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration 1945
4 13 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration 1946
4 14 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration 1946-1948
4 15 Oregon and California Lands 1951-1956
4 16 Oregon and California Lands-Dan Goldy Land Exchange 1949-1950
4 17 Oregon and California Lands-Right of Way Problem 1955
4 18-19 Oregon and California Lands-Sustained Yield 1948-1950
4 20 Oregon and California Lands-General Accounting Office, Sale of government owned timber, report of investigation undated
Lumber 1943-1954
Box
Folder
4 21 General 1943-1944
5 1 General 1945-1946
5 2 General 1947
5 3 General 1948-1950
5 4 General 1949-1950
5 5 General 1952
5 6 General 1953
5 7-8 General 1954
5 9 General 1956
5 10 O.P.A. Controls 1943-1944
5 11-12 Wood Waste, Alcohol Plant 1948
5 13 Wood Waste, Alcohol Plant 1953-1954
5 12 Wood Sugar 1948
5 12-13 Wood Sugar undated
5 12 Wood Sugar 1943
5 13 Mining 1951
5 14 National Housing Authority 1945
Office of Price Administration 1945-1947
Box
Folder
6 1 General 1945
6 2-4 General 1946
6 5-6 General 1947
6 7 Favoring Extension
6 8 Opposing Extension
6 9 Oregon State Water Resources Board 1956
Power 1947-1956
Box
Folder
6 10-11 General 1947
6 12 General 1948
6 13 General 1948-1949
6 14 General 1950-1952
6 15 General 1953-1955
6 16 General 1955-1956
6 17 Questionnaire 1955-1956
6 18 Radio and Television 1946-1956
Railroad 1940-1956
Box
Folder
6 19 Abandonment of Service between Eugene and Ashland 1955-1956
6 20 Box Car Shortage 1947-1950
7 1-3 Box Car Shortage 1950-1954
7 4 Freight rates 1940
7 5 Great Northern Railroad 1944-1951
7 6 Truman Seizure 1951
Reclamation 1946-1956
Box
Folder
7 7 General 1946-1952
7 8 General 1953-1956
7 9 Grants Pass Irrigation District 1951-1952
7 10 Rogue River Project-Talent Division
See also H.R. 8384, 1954.
1954
7 11 Rogue River Project-Talent Division 1955-1956
Removal of Regular Army Officers from Active List 1946-1947
Box
Folder
7 12-13 General 1946
7 14-15 General 1947
7 16 H.R. 2744 Amendments
7 17 H.R. 2744 General correspondence
7 18 H.R. 2744 James C. White
7 19 H.R. 2744 Jesse F. Dressler
7 20 H.R. 2744 Michael C. Greata
7 21 Miscellaneous
7 22-23 Miscellaneous 1943-1956
7 23-24 Resources-Forth District Warm Minerals, Timber, etc.
7 25 Resources-Coos Bay Coal 1945
7 26 Resources-Krome Corp. 1944
Rivers and Harbors 1946-1956
Box
Folder
8 1 Appropriations, #1 of 5 1946-1956
8 2 Appropriations, #2 of 5 1947-1950
8 3 Appropriations, #3 of 5 1952-1956
8 4 Appropriations, #4 of 5 1955-1956
8 5 Appropriations, #5 of 5 1956
8 6 Chetco River, Brookings
8 7 Columbia River
8 8 Coos Bay including Charleston and Empire #1 of 3
8 9 Coos Bay including Charleston and Empire #2 of 3
8 10 Coos Bay including Charleston and Empire #3 of 3 1945-1956
8 11 Coquille River-Port of Bandon
8 12 Coquille River-including Bandon and Coquille
8 13-14 Rogue River-Gold Beach
8 15 Siuslaw River-Florence
8 16 Smith River
8 17 Umpqua River-Reedsport
8 18 Umpqua River-Reedsport, Gardner, Winchester Bay
9 1 Roads-Access, #1 of 3
See also: Forest Service.
1947-1950
9 2 Roads-Access, #2 of 3 1951
9 3 Roads-Access, #3 of 3 1952-1956
9 4 Roads-General
See also: H.R. 10660, 1956.
1955-1956
9 5 Savage Rapids Dam-Fish Protection 1956
9 7 Soil Conservation Districts-Siuslaw 1956
Speeches 1943-1956
Box
Folder
9 8 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #1 of 7 1943-1944
9 9 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #2 of 7 1945-1946
9 10 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #3 of 7 1947-1948
9 11 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #4 of 7 1949-1950
9 12 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #5 of 7 1951-1952
9 13 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #6 of 7 1953-1954
9 13 Speeches, Newsletters, Press Releases, #7 of 7 19553-1956
9 14 Morse debate 1956
9 15 Undated
9 16 Source Materials, correspondence Undated
9 17 State Department
Removal of Secretary of State Dean Acheson.
1950
9 18-19 Steel seizures; Truman impeachment 1952
9 20 White House 1954-1955

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Series II:  Legislative Files, 1943-1956
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
9 21 Individual Voting Record by Roll Calls In the U.S. House of Representatives
The 78th Congress through the 84th Congress, 7 volumes.
1943-1956
Legislation Introduced 1943-1956
Box
Folder
9 22 Legislation Introduced by Congressman Ellsworth 1943-1956
10 1 H.R. 1658 State taxes on Federal Property February 2, 1943
10 2 H.R. 2122 Payments to states on public lands March 9, 1943
10 3 H.R. 4877 Oregon Caves (Formerly H.R. 4877, 1943 January 4, 1945
10 4 H.R. 2375 Veterans Loans February 27, 1945
10 5 H.R. 4897 Soldiers Vote December 4, 1945
10 6 H.R. 2363 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration March 4, 1947
10 7 H.R. 2773 Plant quarantines amendment March 25, 1947
10 8-10 H.R. 2971 Camp White (S. 1035) April 7, 1947
10 11 H.R. 2971 Camp White-Binder April 7, 1947
10 12 H.C.R. 121 Marshall Plan December 5, 1947
10 13 H.R. 5049 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration January 20, 1948
10 14 H.R. 46 Civil Service Retirement January 3, 1949
10 15 H.R. 47 Merchant Marine exemptions January 3, 1949
10 16 H.R. 833 Safety of Common Carriers (Formerly H.R. 2098) January 5, 1949
10 17 H.R. 5133 Kentuck Drainage District June 14, 1949
10 18 H.R. 5537 Provision for a term of the U.S. District Court at Eugene July 7, 1949
10 19 H.R. 6231 Otter Slough 1949
10 20 H.C.R. 254 United Nations Police Force August 25, 1950
10 21 H.R. 9480 Box car shortage August, 1950
10 22 H.J.R. 88 Timber access roads January, 1951
10 23 H.R.4005 Oregon and California Revested Lands Administration May, 1951
10 24 H.R.3947-3948 Palouse-Dumont allotment May, 1951
10 25 H.R.5652 North Slough, Coos Bay March, 1952
10 26-27 H.R. 6393 Treaties February 4, 1952
10 28 H.R. 609 Truman and steel seizure April, 1952
10 29 H.R. 6662 Oregon and California Revested Lands February 18, 1952
10 30 H.R. 89 Indian Bureau Investigation January 16, 1953
10 31 H.R. 89 Indian Bureau Investigation, Hearings, Eugene January 16, 1953
10 32-34 H.R. 2258 Jurisdiction of certain Oregon and California lands
formerly H.R. 6662
January 29, 1953
10 35-36 H.R. 4118 Tribal Claims, Alsea, Klamath, etc. March, 19, 1953
11 1 H.R. 4204 Import quotas on agricultural commodities amendment March 25, 1953
11 2 H.R. 3535 Federal land acquisition and sustained yield February 26, 1953
11 3 H.R. 4482 Grant price support on 1951 wool clip April 13, 1953
11 4 H.R. 4541 Development of Columbia River Basin to provide added hydroelectric power April 14, 1953
11 5-9 H.R. 4646 Timber Exchange April 16, 1953
11 10 H.R. 4647 Prevention of damage to Federal lands April 4, 1953
11 11-12 H.R. 4929 Timber access roads, #1 of 2 April 30, 1953
11 13 H.R. 5603 Authorizing national bank associations June 8, 1953
11 14 H.R. 5958 Administrative jurisdiction of certain Oregon and California lands (S. 2225) June 26, 1953
11 15 H.C.R. World Peace July 20, 1953
11 16-17 H.R. 7815 Cougar Dam partnership with Eugene Water and Electric Board February 9, 1954
11 18 H.R. 8074 Flood control survey of Coos Bay streams February 25, 1954
11 19-21 H.R. 8384 Rogue River reclamation (s3134) March 15, 1954
11 22 H.R. 8431 Commodity Credit Corp. transfer of seeds to Federal land agencies March 17, 1954
11 23 H.R. 571 European trip June 1, 1954
11 24 H.R. 10081 I.R.S. amendment July 27, 1954
11 25 H.R. 4635 Rasmussen mining patents March 13, 1955
11 26 H.R. 4662 Green Peter-Cougar Dams partnership March 7, 1955
11 27-28 H.R. 4662 correspondence undated
12 1 H.R. 4662 Draft of legislation undated
12 2 H.R. 4662 Hearings undated
12 3-4 H.R. 4662 Source files on partnership philosophy undated
12 5-6 H.R. 4662 Resource materials undated
12 7 H.R. 5131 Manufacturers excise tax March 3, 1955
12 8 H.R. 5561 Mining
see also H.R. 5577
April 14, 1955
12 9-10 H.R. 5577 Mining
See also H.R. 5561.
April 14, 1955
12 11 H.R. 7425 Mercy flights. (H.R. 7227) July 18, 1955
12 12 H.R. 7441 Oregon Caves National Monument July 8, 1955
12 13 H.R. 8123 Conveyance of certain Federal property to the City of Roseburg January 5, 1956
12 14 H.R. Small Business Act amendment January 5,1956
12 15 H.R. 9667 Conveyance of certain Federal property to the City of Roseburg February 29, 1956
12 16-18 H.R. 9962 Box car shortage March 15, 1956
12 19-22 H.R. 10660 Federal highways, #1 of 4 1956
12 23 H.R. 10996 Channel improvement for flood control May 3, 1956

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Series III:  Political Files, 1942-1956
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Political Files 1942
Box
Folder
13 1 Correspondence 1942
13 2 Ellsworth for Congress Committee 1942
13 3 Republican National Committee 1942
13 4 Republican State Central Committee of Oregon 1942
Box
Folder
13 5 Political Files 1943
Political Files 1944
Box
Folder
13 6 Correspondence 1944
13 7 Press releases, publicity 1944
13 8 Republican Congressional Committee 1944
13 9 Republican National Committee 1944
13 10 Political Files 1945
Political Files 1946
Box
Folder
13 11 Correspondence 1946
13 12 Itineraries and schedules 1946
13 13 Republican National Committee 1946
13 14 Republican State Central Committee of Oregon 1946
13 15 Press releases, publicity, etc. 1946
13 16 Republican Congressional Committee 1946
13 17 Political Files 1947
Political Files 1948
Box
Folder
13 18 Campaign form letters 1948
13 19 Correspondence 1948
13 20 Itineraries, schedules, etc. 1948
13 21 Press releases, publicity, etc. 1948
13 22 Republican county committees 1948
13 23 Republican National Committee 1948
13 24 Republican State Central Committee 1948
13 25 Young Republicans 1948
13 26 Political Files 1949
Political Files 1950
Box
Folder
13 27 Analyses 1950
13 28 Campaign form letters 1950
13 29 Contributions to David Shaw campaign 1950
13 30 Contributions to Ellsworth campaign 1950
13 31 Correspondence 1950
13 32 Itineraries, schedules 1950
13 33 Press releases, publicity, etc. 1950
13 34 Republican Congressional Committee 1950
13 35 Republican Congressional Policy Committee 1950
13 36 Republican county committees 1950
13 37 Republican National Committee 1950
13 38 Republican State Central Committee 1950
13 39 David Collins Shaw 1950
13 40 Young Republicans 1950
13 41 Political Files 1951
Political Files 1952
Box
Folder
13 42 Campaign form letters 1952
13 43 Correspondence 1952
14 1 Itineraries, schedules 1952
14 2 Press releases, publicity, etc. 1952
14 3 Republican county committees 1952
14 4 Republican National Committee 1952
14 5 Republican State Central Committee 1952
14 6 Young Republicans 1952
Political Files 1953
Box
Folder
14 7 Correspondence 1953
14 8 Republican State Central Committee 1953
14 9 Republican National Committee 1953
Political Files 1954
Box
Folder
14 10 Correspondence 1954
14 11 Forms 1954
14 12 Press releases, publicity 1954
14 13 "Remarks:" newsletter to district 1954
14 14 Republican Congressional Committee 1954
14 15 Republican county committees 1954
14 16 Republican National Committee 1954
14 17 Republican State Central Committee 1954
Political Files 1955
Box
Folder
14 18 Analyses 1955
14 19 Campaign form letters 1955
14 20 Correspondence 1955
14 21 Itineraries, engagements, etc. 1955
14 22 Speeches, policy statements, etc. 1955
Political Files 1956
Box
Folder
14 23 Analyses 1956
14 24 Campaign form letters 1956
14 25 Correspondence 1956
14 26 Fourth District appropriations 1956
14 27 Itineraries, engagements, etc. 1956
14 28 McKay for U.S. Senator 1956
14 29 Press releases, publicity, etc. 1956
14 30 Republican Congressional Committee 1956
14 31 Republican county committees 1956
14 32-33 Republican National Committe 1956
14 34-36 Republican State Central Committee, #1 of 3 1956
14 37 Young Republican Federation 1956

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Series IV:  Trips, ca. 1944-1956
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
14 38 London and Paris 1944
14 39 Europe
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
1947
14 40 Europe
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
1949
14 41 Council of Europe 1951
14 42 Europe 1951
14 43 Europe 1954
14 44 Hawaii 1955
14 45-46 NATO Conference 1956

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Series V:  General correspondence, 1941-1957
Container(s)
Description
Dates
"A"
Box
Folder
15 1 Ackley, Cornelia (1)
15 1 Adams, Roy (1)
15 1 Aitchison, Clyde Bruce (3)
15 1 Akers, Dewey (3)
15 1 Alexander, Holmes (3)
15 1 Allen, E. (3)
15 1 Allen, Eric, Jr. (1)
15 1 Allison, J.C. (1)
15 1 Anderson, L.E. (2)
15 1 Anderson, Lester E. (2)
15 1 Anderson, R.M. (2)
15 1 Angel, Jane (1)
15 1 Angell, George N. (2)
15 1 Angell, Homer D. (2)
15 1 Archer, Stephen M. (5)
15 1 Arnold, Wat (5)
Box
Folder
15 2 Allen, Eric, Sr. (12)
Dean, University of Oregon School of Journalism.
15 3 Allen, Niel R. (60)
Grants Pass attorney; Chairman, Republican State Central Committee.
15 4 Anderson, William H. (35)
Portland lumberman.
15 5 Auchincloss, James C. (7)
New Jersey Republican Congressman.
"B"
Box
Folder
15 6 Bailey, C.H. (2)
15 6 Bailey, Roger V. (2)
15 6 Baker, Frederick E. (3)
15 6 Baldock, R.H. (1)
15 6 Barrett, Frank (1)
15 6 Barrett, Marialyce (3)
15 6 Barry, J. Neilson (5)
15 6 Barnes, Thomas S. (2)
15 6 Bartholomew, Lee (2)
15 6 Batchelder, Kenneth C. (8)
West Coast Lumbermen's Association.
15 6 Battenberg, E.M. (3)
15 6 Beach, C. Kenneth (2)
15 6 Beaman, Jackson (3)
15 6 Beisinger, D. (1)
15 6 Benedict, E.E. (1)
15 6 Bennett, Dorothy S. (3)
15 6 Benson, Ezra Taft (1)
15 6 Berg, J. Arthur (1)
15 6 Billings, Ralph (2)
15 6 Blackburn, Charles W. (2)
15 6 Bladine, Philip N. (4)
15 6 Boehnke, Ed G. (2)
15 6 Bohlander, Nadine (2)
15 6 Bollinger, Charles F. (4)
15 6 Boone, Daniel B. (4)
15 6 Booth, Henry (1)
15 6 Boyle, John C. (1)
15 6 Brend, Charles A. (3)
15 6 Brandenfels, Carl (1)
15 6 Brenne, Fred M. (4)
15 6 Bridges, Roylston D. (4)
15 6 Britton, Earl (6)
15 6 Brown, Anna M. (2)
15 6 Brown, George (2)
15 6 Brown, Wilford (7)
15 6 Brown, William A. (2)
15 6 Brownson, Orren (2)
15 6 Brunner, F.W. (2)
15 6 Buck, Ellsworth B. (6)
15 6 Buffington, Jane (2)
15 6 Bunker, Homer W. (2)
15 6 Burgess, F. Ina (1)
15 6 Burr, Dee (2)
15 6 Burton, S.L. (2)
15 7 Baird, Dr. David W.E. (15)
Dean, University of Oregon Medical School.
15 8 Beers, Forrest (20)
15 9 Best, Irvin S. (7)
Attorney
15 10 Booth, J.H. (8)
Banker
"C"
Box
Folder
15 11 Calkins, Jeannette (4)
15 11 Calver, George Wehnes (1)
15 11 Carpenter, Alfred (1)
15 11 Carr, Ralph (2)
15 11 Carr, Ray (2)
15 11 Chandler, Sydney L. (1)
15 11 Church, Ralph M. (4)
15 11 Clarkson, Chan (1)
15 11 Coen, Gerald R. (7)
15 11 Cole, Albert M. (1)
15 11 Collier, Alfred D. (2)
15 11 Conklin, Robert C. (2)
15 11 Conley, Edward B. (7)
15 11 Conover, Julian D. (6)
15 11 Coon, Sam (1)
15 11 Cooper, Genevieve (1)
15 11 Cordon, Allen (2)
15 11 Corey, Harold L. (4)
15 11 Cornett, Olive (3)
15 11 Cornwall, George M. (2)
15 11 Crawford, Frederick C. (1)
15 11 Crosby, E.H. (2)
15 11 Cross, Travis (1)
15 11 Crow, Carl C. (5)
15 11 Crumett, Inez M. (4)
15 11 Curlee, Carl (2)
15 11 Cutlip, Stella (2)
15 12 Cake, Ralph (23)
Portland banker
15 13 Carruthers, R.T. (12)
Fish products
15 14 Chessman, Merle (22)
Editor, Astorian Budget
15 15 Cooper, Fred W. (30)
15 16 Cordon, Guy (7)
U.S. Senator
15 17 Cox, Herbert J. (75)
Willamette Valley Lumbermen's Association
15 18 Crittenden, F.L. (17)
Pacific T. and T.
15 19 Cronise, Ralph R. (116)
Publisher and Editor, Albany Democrat Herald
"D"
Box
Folder
15 20 D'Albini, Marle (4)
15 20 Dana, Marshall (2)
15 20 Davis, Kenneth (1)
15 20 Davison, Anna Pearl (6)
15 20 Day, Ben (2)
15 20 Day, Earl B. (7)
15 20 Delzell, Thomas W. (4)
15 20 Dewart, Herbert R. (2)
15 20 Dierdorff, John (2)
15 20 Dillard, Si (6)
Dillard Motor Co.
15 20 Dodson, Thomas (1)
15 20 Doherty, William H. (7)
15 20 Dugan, A.W. (1)
15 20 Dulles, John Foster (2)
15 21 Dahlquist, Frederick C. (12)
Portland military writer
15 22 DeVoe, E.B. (18)
DeVoe Lumber Sales
"E"
Box
Folder
15 23 Eakin, Wallace C. (1)
15 23 Eames, A.K. (3)
15 23 Earl, Robert W. (6)
15 23 Editor and Publisher (2)
15 23 Edwards, E.J. (2)
15 23 Edson, Peter (2)
15 23 Eisenhower, Dwight D. (1)
15 23 Ekwall, William A. (4)
15 23 Ellsworth, Harris (2)
15 23 Emmons, C.S. (2)
15 23 Engle, Clair (2)
15 23 Evans, Alta (2)
15 24 Eisman, Stanley C. (27)
15 25 Erb, Donald M. (10)
University of Oregon President
15 26 "F"
Box
Folder
15 26 Fehr, Joseph C. (3)
15 26 Flagg, George (2)
15 26 Fleming, Robert J., Jr. (1)
15 26 Fluhrer, William (2)
15 26 Flurry, John E. (6)
15 26 Flynn, D.L. (3)
15 26 Folts, Mert (2)
15 26 Ford, Pauline VanOrsdel (2)
15 26 Forsberg, Karl E. (4)
15 26 Fowler, Thelma Chapman (2)
15 26 Fowler, Peg (2)
15 26 Fuller, George M. (2)
15 27 Farrell, Robert S., Jr. (7)
Oregon Secretary of State
15 28 Felsheim, Louis (10)
Bandon, Western World
15 29 Fischer, Dale (8)
Lumberman
"G"
Box
Folder
15 30 Gamble, Grady (2)
15 30 Gamble, Ted R. (2)
15 30 Gammons, Earl H. (2)
15 30 Gandy, Helen W. (1)
15 30 Gard, Jesse J. (3)
15 30 Garvin, Seaborn (2)
15 30 Gavin, L.E. (2)
15 30 Gerow, Douglas R. (1)
15 30 Gibson, John S. (1)
15 30 Gill, Warren (2)
15 30 Gilstrap, Otto T. (3)
15 30 Gonyea, J.H. (2)
15 30 Goodwin, Ida G. (2)
15 30 Gorder, Charles R. (3)
15 30 Graham, Phillip (1)
15 30 Gram, Fred P. (2)
15 30 Green, Raleigh D. (1)
15 30 Greening, Horace R. (5)
15 30 Grenata, M.D. (2)
15 30 Grey, Harold D. (2)
15 30 Grey, Herb (46)
Medford Mail Tribune
15 30 Groves, T. Howard (1)
15 31 Gale, Richard P. (7)
Minneapolis attorney
15 32 Garber, Hayden S. (15)
Legislative Assistant
15 33 Godfrey, George H. (90)
Journalist
15 34 Graham, Frank (8)
Lumberman
15 35 Grant, Robert (20)
Radio station manager; 1956 campaign manager
15 36 Green, George m. (8)
Editor, Ashland Tidings
"H"
Box
Folder
15 37 Hall, George (4)
15 37 Hall, John (2)
15 37 Hall, Vinton H. (2)
15 37 Hamlin, John N. (3)
15 37 Hand, Paul W. 3
15 37 Hansen, Norma (2)
15 37 Harding, J.A. (2)
15 37 Harris, R.A. (2)
15 37 Harris, Lawrence T. (2)
15 37 Harvey, Worth (4)
15 37 Hauser, Hall (1)
15 37 Hawn, A.L. "Verne" (4)
15 37 Haycox, Ernest J. (1)
15 37 Hayden, R.M. (2)
15 37 Hazen, Ben H. (2)
15 37 Heidenreich, June (2)
15 37 Hilgenberg, Dorothy (2)
15 37 Hiestand, Edgar W. (2)
15 37 Hillstrom, R.J. (2)
15 37 Hoey, James K. (2)
15 37 Holmes, W.C. (2)
15 37 Hood, Wilbur K. (3)
15 37 Hopkins, Bereth P. (16)
Jackson County Clerk
15 37 Hopkins, Curtis (3)
15 37 Horan, Walt (5)
15 37 Hornish, Harrison P. (2)
15 37 Hunt, Marshall (3)
15 37 Hutton, Burton (2)
15 38 Harpham, Vernon V. (20)
Umpqua National Forest Supervisor
15 39 Holbrook, Stewart (8)
Author
15 40 Hooper, Dave (15)
15 41 Hoyt, E. Palmer (18)
Publisher, Denver Post
15 42 Hubbard, Russell J. (14)
Reedsport businessman
15 43 Hull, Frank (12)
Medford Chamber of Commerce
15 44 Hulten, Charles M. (6)
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
15 45 Hunter, Frederick W. (5)
Chancellor, OSSHE
"I"
Box
Folder
15 46 Ingalls, Grace Walker (2)
15 46 Ireland, Elston L. (1)
15 46 Irving, Norman L. (1)
15 46 Isaacson, Chester (7)
"J"
Box
Folder
15 47 Johnson, Charles A. (2)
15 47 Johnson, Kenneth (2)
15 47 Jones, Randall S. (4)
15 47 Judd, Walter (2)
15 47 Judson, Allan (2)
15 48 Jackson, Glenn L. (90) #1 of 2
California-Oregon Power Co.
15 49 Jackson, Glenn L. (90) #2 of 2
California-Oregon Power Co.
15 50 Jenkins, Frank (22)
Klamath Falls Herald
15 51 Jenkins, Paul L. (7)
Roseburg News Review
15 52 Jenner, Janet (10)
15 53 Jenny, W.H. (12)
Eugene businessman
15 54 Johnston, Hollis (6)
Portland architect
"K"
Box
Folder
15 55 Kelley, Stanley, Jr. (2)
15 55 Kelley, W.A. (2)
Also includes "The Web" one volume by W.A. Kelley.
15 55 Kelly, H. John (6)
15 55 Kelly, John F. (1)
15 55 Kendall, Mrs. Paul E. (2)
15 55 Kendall, Warren C. (3)
15 55 Kibre, Jeff (3)
15 55 Klemme, Marvin (4)
15 55 Klike, B.A. (3)
15 55 Knapp, Edwin L. (1)
15 55 Korell, Frankline (3)
15 56 Keating, J. Rodney (11)
Oregon State Senator
15 57 Kronenberg, John (12)
Bandon lumberman
"L"
Box
Folder
15 58 Laird, Wayne (2)
15 58 Lansdon, Floyd W. (4)
15 58 Lousmann, A.A. (4)
15 58 Lawrence, Eric E. (2)
15 58 Lea, Clarence F. (1)
15 58 Leatherbury, A. P. (3)
15 58 Leehey, Donald J. (1)
15 58 LeFore, Adam (1)
15 58 Lind, Herm (2)
15 58 Linklater, F.W. (2)
15 58 Lipscomb, T.H. (1)
15 58 Litfin, Ben R. (1)
15 58 Little, George
Includes one volume of "The Five Billion Dollar Swindle," by George Little.
15 58 Lowry, Charles Wesley (2)
15 58 Lucas, Robert W. (2)
15 58 Luce, Clare Booth (2)
15 58 Lueddemann, Hillman (3)
15 58 Lundy, Herbert (2)
15 58 Lundy, Herbert (2)
15 58 Lytle, Joe (1)
15 59 Lee, Dorothy McCullough (8)
Portland Mayor
15 60 LeFevre, Jay (22)
Lumberman, New York Congressman
15 61 Loughary, Helen (8)
"M"
Box
Folder
16 1 McAllister, William M. (1)
16 1 McCarthy, Frank J. (4)
16 1 McClain, E.S. (2)
16 1 McClintock, John L. (2)
16 1 McCormick, John (2)
16 1 McDaniel, Edgar (3)
16 1 McGill, Frances (2)
16 1 MacGregor, John N. (6)
16 1 McKay, Douglas (5)
16 1 McKee, Paul B. (8)
16 1 McKenna, James A., Jr. (2)
16 1 MacKenzie, Vic (2)
16 1 Mackie, D.G. (2)
16 1 McKinley, C.L. (2)
16 1 McKinney, Vern (6)
16 1 McNelly, C. (2)
16 1 Malm, Paul M. (2)
16 1 Martin, Joseph W. (2)
16 1 Martin, W.C. (2)
16 1 Maricott, M. (2)
16 1 Masaoka, Mike (2)
16 1 Mautz, Robert T. (1)
16 1 May, Andrew J. (3)
16 1 Mebus, John (1)
16 1 Meek, Wayne C. (3)
16 1 Menard, Marcella (3)
16 1 Micelli, Victor (1)
16 1 Miller, Pherne (8)
16 1 Miller, Slator M. (1)
16 1 Mills, Fred L. (2)
16 1 Moe, Peter A. (4)
16 1 Morris, James E. (1)
16 1 Morrisson, Noanie (2)
16 1 Morse, Wayne (1)
16 1 Mott, Ethel L. (3)
16 1 Mullarkey, Douglas (2)
16 2 McCall, Tom Lawson (8)
Oregon Governor
16 3 McClintock, J.E. (15)
Roseburg businessman
16 4 McClintock, Leon E. (14)
Roseburg businessman
16 5 McCornack, Mrs. Hazel Pague (45)
16 6 Mackey, Ross (30)
16 7 McKinney, M.L. (60)
Oakland, Oregon businessman
16 8 Mason, David T. (10)
Portland forester
16 9 Miller, J. Lester (8)
San Jose attorney
16 10 Mumaw, W.C. (v.1)
Timber Resource Survey Covering Douglas, Josephine and Jackson Counties, Oregon
"N"
Box
Folder
16 11 Natcher, Stanlus Z. (1)
16 11 Neal, Carl B. (6)
16 11 Nelson, M.M. (8)
16 11 Nelson, Thomas (1)
16 11 Newbry, Earl T. (4)
16 11 Newbury, Carl (2)
16 11 Newbury, Gus (4)
16 11 Nicholson, R.S. (5)
16 11 Nixon, Richard M. (1)
16 12 Narver, Ursal (8)
Oregon Grange Bulletin
16 13 Nelson, Burton (27)
Eugene businessman
16 14 Neuberger, Richard L. (8)
Oregon U.S. Senator
16 15 Norblad, Walter (11)
U.S. Congressman
"O"
Box
Folder
16 16 Oberteuffer, D. (2)
16 16 O'Brien, W.P. (2)
16 16 O'Bryne, Vic K. (4)
16 16 Ogle, Charles E. (2)
16 16 O'Leary, Don J. (2)
16 16 Orem, Howard (7)
16 16 Othman, Fred (2)
16 16 Owen, George E. (3)
"P"
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Folder
16 17 Palmer, Murray (1)
16 17 Parrish, Phil (4)
16 17 Patterson, J.V. (5)
16 17 Paul, Alice (1)
16 17 Perkins, Julian W. (4)
16 17 Phillips, Alene (2)
16 17 Phillips, John (3)
16 17 Pierce, A.C. (4)
16 17 Pierce, Nell Warwick (2)
16 17 Pierrot, A. Ogden (2)
16 17 Pigott, C. Montague (7)
16 17 Pinniger, Harry B. (1)
16 17 Porter, Charles O. (1)
16 17 Powers, Ruth (7)
16 18 Parkman, Robert B. 11
Secretary, Senator Rufus Holman
16 19 Patrick, C.C.
Portland lumberman
16 20 Patterson, Paul L. (12)
Oregon Governor
16 21 Pengra, Marshall (45)
Oakridge, Tenn. radio station manager
16 22 Peterson, Emil R. (30)
Coos Bay radio station manager
16 23 Peterson, Ervin L. (6)
Assistant Secretary, Department of Agriculture
16 24 Phetteplace, Carl and Edith (13)
Eugene physician
16 25 Priaulx, Arthur W. (9)
West Coast Lumbermen's Association
"R"
Box
Folder
16 26 Ralston, William (2)
16 26 Rath, Roger F. (2)
16 26 Reed, Leonard (2)
16 26 Reed, Merrill (2)
16 26 Reid, Fred (2)
16 26 Reilly, George (5)
16 26 Reville, Jane B. (3)
16 26 Rhoden, L.A. (5)
16 26 Rice, Iris (2)
16 26 Richards, John R. (2)
16 26 Robinson, Claude (4)
16 26 Robinson, J. Rowan (2)
16 26 Rockerfeller, Nelson A. (1)
16 26 Rodman, James (1)
16 26 Ruegnitz, W.D. (2)
16 27 Radabaugh, Glenn C. (8)
17 1 Reilly, George (3)
17 2 Rogers, James P. (6)
Portland attorney
17 3 Rudd, Arthur (4)
Publisher's Syndicate
"S"
Box
Folder
17 4 Savage, Carlton (4)
17 4 Say, Harold B.
Portland Chamber of Commerce
17 4 Syre, James B. (2)
17 4 Schilling, Etta L. (2)
17 4 Sconce, Hayward P. (4)
17 4 Scott, C. Beecher (2)
17 4 Scott, James L. (19)
17 4 Seaton, Fred A. (1)
17 4 Segar, Roscoe W. (2)
17 4 Seton, Waldemar (2)
17 4 Shangle, J. Verne (2)
17 4 Shepard, Willis B. (2)
17 4 Shindler, Fred M. (1)
17 4 Shoemaker, Bart (2)
17 4 Shoemaker, Sam J. (4)
17 4 Short, Clarence E. (2)
17 4 Siebert, Harriett Ellsworth (3)
17 4 Simpson, David B. (3)
17 4 Simpson, Hal (1)
17 4 Single, Harry (2)
17 4 Sinnott, Philip J. (2)
17 4 Sly, Theo S. (1)
17 4 Smith, George (1)
17 4 Smullin, William D. (2)
17 4 Smyth, Larry (2)
17 4 Snell, Earl (4)
17 4 Snellstrom, Mrs. Charles (1)
17 4 Soloman, Gus J. (4)
17 4 Sommer, Robert (2)
17 4 Sprague, Charles (4)
17 4 Stanley, Winifred (4)
17 4 Stanton, Noble (2)
17 4 Stassen, Harold E. (1)
17 4 Stapleton, Gertrude (2)
17 4 Starkweather, Frederic H. (2)
17 4 Stewart, Mrs. Gordon (1)
17 4 Streeter, Frank (5)
17 4 Swearingen, Marshall (2)
17 5 Sawyer, Robert W. (22)
Publisher, Bend Bulletin
17 6 Schenk, Harry S. (22)
Oregon Deputy Secretary of State
17 7 Smith, Harry A.D. (6)
Olds, Wortman and King
17 8 Sox, Edward E. (28)
Albany attorney
17 9 Stanton, Charles (44)
Editor, Roseburg News-Review
17 10 Stockman, Lowell (14)
Oregon Congressman
"T"
Box
Folder
17 11 Talbot, Fred C., Jr. (3)
17 11 Taylor, Dean P. (2)
17 11 Taylor, Frank L. (2)
17 11 Taylor, Frank W. (4)
17 11 Telford, Donald H. (2)
17 11 Thomas, Earl R. (4)
17 11 Thomas, Harace E. (4)
17 11 Thompson, Paul (2)
17 11 Thomson, Keith (2)
17 11 Thorpe, Margaret (6)
17 11 Tierney, James H. (2)
17 11 Toles, Edna B. (2)
17 11 Trayer, George (4)
17 11 Tripp, Russell (2)
17 11 Turner, Harold L. (2)
17 12 Thacher, W.F. Goodwin (8)
University of Oregon English Professor
17 13 Toon, Ted O. (25)
Northwest Development Association
17 14 Tugman, William M. (34)
Managing Editor, Eugene Register-Guard
17 15 Turnbull, George S. (9)
Dean, University of Oregon School of Journalism
17 16 Unander, Sigfreid B. (2)
"V"
Box
Folder
17 17 Van Dyke, Frank (4)
17 17 Van Valzah, C.C. (2)
17 17 Van Waters, George (1)
17 17 Vaughan, Thomas (1)
17 18 Vessay, James K. (17)
Forest Service, Missoula, Montana
17 19 Vester, Ray E. (25)
17 20 Voorhies, Amos E. (6)
Publisher, Grants Pass Courier
"W"
Box
Folder
17 21 Walker, F.P. (2)
17 21 Wallace, E.L. (2)
17 21 Wallis, Ralph (3)
17 21 Walstrom, J.E. (2)
17 21 Walter, C. Huston (1)
17 21 Walters, Ralph T. (2)
17 21 Ward, R.A. (2)
17 21 Warford, L.E. (5)
17 21 Watkins, Charles D. (5)
17 21 Webber, William H. (3)
17 21 Weiman, Marshall (1)
17 21 Weisbred, John S. (2)
17 21 Wellman, Glen (3)
17 21 West, Paul A. (4)
17 21 White, Gerald (2)
17 21 White, Harold W. (2)
17 21 Wickersham, Victor (2)
17 21 Wightman, N. (1)
17 21 Wimberly, Carl E. (4)
17 21 Wimberly, Lee (2)
17 21 Woodring, Dorothy (1)
17 21 Wyatt, Wendell (1)
17 21 Wymer, William C. (2)
17 22 Walsh, William E. (7)
Coos Bay attorney
17 23 Wheeler, Charles L. (8)
San Francisco lumberman
17 24 Williams, Vernon (7)
Northwestern News Service
"X,Y,Z"
Box
Folder
17 25 Youngblood, Ross A. (2)
17 25 Younger, Barbara (2)
17 25 Zentner, J.L. (2)
17 26 Youngs, Marcus L. (12)

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