Marion Weatherford, left, a prominent Gilliam County wheat rancher, discusses the merits of trashy fallow with Art King, right, OSC Extension soils specialist, at the Gilliam County Soil Conservation Field Day.
Walter S. Brown was an Oregon State College faculty member from 1913-1942. Brown was the first Extension Horticulturalist and became the head of the Horticulture department in 1920. Brown was an expert on fruits and vegetables native to the Northwest.
The Hatfield Marine Science Center Library was named as a memorial to Marilyn Potts Guin who served as the Marine Science Center's first Librarian from September 1976 until her death in December 1989. The Library was dedicated on July 4th, 1990.
The 16 foot by 5 foot cottonseed cake self feeder was used by Joe Oliver, John Day, Oregon. The feeder holds more than 1 ton and is filled through a hinged board in the roof. Note deep overhang to prevent snow and rain from wetting the cake.
Forestry graduate students and faculty, 1932. Seated (l to r): Fred Schreiner (Instructor in Logging Engineering), H.R. ("Pat") Patterson (Professor of Logging Engineering), Dean George W. Peavy, T.J. Starker (Professor of Forestry), and Richard S. Kearns (graduate student and Assistant in Forest Products). Standing (l to r): William J. Baker (Assistant Professor of Lumber Manufacture), Harry Fowells (graduate student), Merle S. Lowden (graduate student), and Vern H. McDaniel (graduate student and Forest Nurseryman).
Pacific Northwest Water Laboratory Dedication: Dale Mallicoat, Fred Merryfield, Cy Everts, James H. Jensen, A. L. Strand. August LeRoy Strand served as president of Oregon State University from 1942-1961. Strand helped create the Oregon State College Foundation in 1947 and introduced the idea of an OSU golf course.
Seated (left to right): H. I. Nettleton, J. R. Dilworth, W. F. McCulloch, George H. Barnes, W. A. Davies, H. R. Patterson, W. I. West. Standing (left to right): R. F. Keniston, R. L. Wilson, M. D. McKimmy, J. T. Krygier, T. C. Adams, D. D. Robinson, C. W. Dane, R. M. Malcolm, Ray A. Yoder, W. P. Wheeler, Antone C. Van Vliet, Warren R. Randall.
The Tech Record, the campus engineering magazine, was published four times each year. It contained articles by students in engineering as well as professional information. Editor for 1942 was Bill Filmore. Front row: John Hesse, Gilbert Quinby, Bob Lundeen, S. H. Graf, Ira G. Dillon, Bill Fillmore, Ed Lind. Second row: Bill Wilson, Edward Shields, Ralph McCugh, Rod Bland, Bob Clarke, Jack Lundeen. Third row: Eugene Ash, Paul D. Cjristenson, Gordon Green, Walter Hough, Boyd Handelin, William S. Milne. Photo was used in the 1942 Beaver Yearbook, page 136.