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ARTS 116: Introduction to Drawing: Home

INTRODUCTION

This guide will assist you in finding visual representations of Willamette University's built environment that are housed in Archives and Special Collections.

We're here to help! Archives staff are happy to assist you in finding resources, show you how to access collections, and demonstrate how to navigate the digital collections. 

Archives staff is available by appointment Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. Email archives@willamette.edu to make an appointment.

DRAWING WILLAMETTE

Photographs, negatives, and sketches that depict Willamette's built and natural environment are scattered throughout the WU Archives.

University Hall (aka Waller Hall) circa 1860. Willamette's campus was once enclosed by a fence to prevent farm animals from wandering about. 

October 1926 edition of The Willamette University Alumnus, Volume 19, Issue 5.

RESEARCH APPOINTMENT

Visit the Archives!

Mark O. Hatfield Library / Second Floor

By Appointment: Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm

Walk-in: Tuesday, 9am-12pm; Thursday, 1pm-4pm; Friday, 9am-4pm

Website:

http://library.willamette.edu/archives/

Questions?

Contact Susan Irwin or Elizabeth Peters

archives@willamette.edu

503-370-6845

Archivist

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Susan Irwin
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503-670-6764

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Elizabeth Peters
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503-370-6147
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