Photo was used in the 1915 Orange Yearbook, page 319. Dexter Smith graduated in 1914 from Oregon Agricultural College with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Smith was an assistant professor until 1929. In 1929, Smith became involved with the Oregon State Highway Commission, spending the next nine years designing bridges. Smith helped design the new Tacoma Narrows Bridge and retired in 1957.
Bird Norman Hawley graduated with a degree in Agriculture in 1912. He was a member of the track, wrestling and football team. He was also captain of the football and track team. Photo was printed in the 1912 Orange Yearbook, page 82.
Ida Kidder was University Librarian until her death in 1920. When walking became difficult she got around campus in a cart, named the "Wickermobile." Photo was used in the 1919 Beaver Yearbook, p. 227.
Thomas M. Gatch was the fifth president of Oregon Agricultural College from 1897-1907. Gatch established a number of four year programs including electrical engineering, horticulture, and forestry. OAC experienced an increase in student enrollment during Gatch's years as president. Photo was used in the 1908 Orange, page 3.