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Washington County Oral Histories

Items in the Washington County Oral Histories Collection

An audio recording on cassette tape of an oral history of Jim Weber on the subject of Pacific University track in the 1970s. Interview collected by Jase Wambold in May, 2005.

One of three reel-to-reel audio tapes of Man and the Land Symposium proceedings. Symposium included talks by Dr. J.V. Miller, President of Pacific University; Wendell Wyatt, U.S. Representative; Walter Reif, Professor of Philosophy at Pacific…

One of three reel-to-reel audio tapes of Man and the Land Symposium proceedings. Symposium included talks by Dr. J.V. Miller, President of Pacific University; Wendell Wyatt, U.S. Representative; Walter Reif, Professor of Philosophy at Pacific…

One of three reel-to-reel audio tapes of Man and the Land Symposium proceedings. Symposium included talks by Dr. J.V. Miller, President of Pacific University; Wendell Wyatt, U.S. Representative; Walter Reif, Professor of Philosophy at Pacific…

Ruth Loomis oral history recording
A video recording of an oral history of Ruth Loomis, longtime resident of Forest Grove, on her childhood and family in Forest Grove and the history of the Forest Grove library. There is a transcript of this interview.

Megan Havens oral history recording
A video recording of an oral history of Megan Havens on the founding of Forest Grove and the early years of the Forest Grove City Library. There is a transcript of this interview.

Lucille Hagg oral history recording
An audio recording of an oral history of Lucille Hagg, who was married to Oscar Hagg and sister-in-law of Henry Hagg, after whom Henry Hagg Lake is named. Lucille speaks about dairy farming and the lobbying that Oscar and Henry did to advocate for…

Jose Jaime oral history recording, Part 1
An audio recording of an oral history of Jose Jaime. Jose Jaime was born in 1942 in Temascaltepec, Mexico in the state of Morales. Jose was the youngest of 10. His family of farmed, but had considerable difficulty supporting themselves and were…

An audio recording of an oral history of Jose Jaime, including moving to Oregon, the Catholic Church, and the Valley Migrant League. There is a transcript of this interview.

Daniel Garza oral history recording on migrant labor in Washington County
An audio recording of an oral history of Daniel Garza on his experiences as a migrant worker, arriving in Washington county in the 1960s, and Centro Cultural, a volunteer organization geared to assisting migrant families with their various issues.…