The Roger Hull Research Files on Pacific Northwest Artists are now available.
Roger Hull taught courses on Renaissance, American, and Modern art at Willamette University from 1970 to 2010. He also helped establish the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, which opened in 1998. Hull curated a series of retrospective exhibitions on Pacific Northwest artists and created monographs in conjunction with those exhibitions. This collection comprises Hull’s research materials gathered for these exhibitions and monographs. Materials include photographs, correspondence, interview recordings and videos from artists such as Constance Fowler, Carl Hall, Henk Pander and Jan Zach.
Discover what else is in the collection by viewing the Finding Aid.
49 scrapbooks within the Willamette University scrapbook collection are now available for viewing. These scrapbooks were compiled by Willamette University students, faculty and staff. Student scrapbooks feature photographs of life on campus, letters home to family, cards from friends, and souvenirs collected from memorable events. Largely covering the 1910s to 1930s, the student scrapbooks highlight student experience in a unique and personal way. A scrapbook from 1893 documents a group of Willamette Students as they climbed and camped at Mount Hood.
The residence hall scrapbooks of Baxter, Lausanne, Lee and York contain photographs and programs from annual events. Faculty scrapbooks highlight the work of piano professor James Ralph Dobbs, and the 1913 summer school held in Joseph, Oregon.
Find out about all of the available scrapbooks via the Willamette University Scrapbook finding aid.