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The city of Salem, capital of Oregon, 1890

A bird's-eye view of Salem with labeled streets and an index which highlights points of interest. The map includes vignettes of select buildings, building interiors, orchards, nurseries, and farms in margins: B.F. Drake Salem Iron Works, the Capitol Building, Staver & Walker, E.C. Cross Market, Geo. F. Smith's Store, State Insurance Company, D.J. Fry's Pharmacy, Williams & England Banking Co., Capital National Bank, the Court House, D.J. Beardsley's Hop & Fruit Farm, Bush Brayman Block, Simpson Addition to Salem, Pacific Nursery & residence of C.N. Potter, pear orchard of R.S. Wallace, Sunnyside Fruit Farm, Asylum for the insane, Jay C. Smith Club Stable, Minto & Low Fashion Stables, the residence of Dr. L.L. Rowland, the residence of James Denhem, the residence of Geo. Williams, the residence of C.B. Moores, the residence of J.H. Albert, and the state reform school building.

Moore, E. S.

Map of Salem, Oregon, 1892

A city map of Salem. Various regions in the city, street names, and facilities, such as Willamette University and the State Fair Grounds, are labeled.

Eagleson, E. G.

Older Girls' Parlor, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1907

Black and white photograph of the older girls' parlor at the Turner Road location of the Oregon School for the Deaf. The school occupied the Turner Road location from 1895-1910. Several older female students read in various locations throughout the room, including at a table in the center of the room. The walls are decorated with lace curtains and pennants from several different schools. Left to right: Pearl Pickett, Grace Smith, Grace Kau, Mattie McCain, Fay Newth, Ruth Thomas, unknown, Clara Hagen, unknown, Alice Litchenberger, Ruba Westfall, Lotus Valentine, and Hulda Isaacson. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Ore. School for Deaf Mutes Older Girls' parlor on Turner Rd. 1907". The Oregon School for Deaf-Mutes was the name of the school from 1880-1913.

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Preschool Classroom, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1968-1969

A black and white photograph of a corner of a preschool classroom. A little girl sits at a desk smiling at a line of five students in front of her. She is writing on a long piece of paper that falls off the front of her desk. Behind the line of students there is a Christmas tree decorated with paper chains and ornaments. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Oregon State School for the Deaf Preschool classroom 1968-69". The Oregon State School for the Deaf was the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Edward and Hilda Tillinghast, Superintendent and Matron of the Oregon School for the Deaf, 1921

A black and white photograph of Edward and Hilda Tillinghast standing in front of a building and shrubbery. Edward is wearing a suit that is unbuttoned with a patterned tie and hat. He is clean-shaven. Hilda is wearing a long skirt and loose blouse. Her hair is done up on her head. The photograph is mounted on a black mat. On the back of the photograph is a handwritten note that reads: "O.S.S.D. Superintendent Edward Tillinghast and Hilda, wife, as matron 1921". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Portrait of Mark L. Hamstreet, Oregon State School for the Deaf Historian and Museum Curator, 1981

A black and white photograph of a man in a dark suit jacket and bow tie. He has small oval glasses. His hair is short and smoothed back and he has a wide natural moustache. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Mark Loil Hamstreet (Picture Taken 1981) born in Portland 11-6-58 (He is half-Amish Mennonite.) M. L. Hamstreet, the first historian and museum curator at Oregon State School for the Deaf, 1973-74. He was student at Tucker Maxon Oral School, 1962-65, Maryville School, 1965-66, Hosford Day School, 1966-67, all in portland, Ore. Then, Oregon State School for the Deaf in Salem, Oregon, 1967-78. He received seven awards for OSSD museum work. Received Oregon Marion County Historical Society award, 1982, and Ore. Historic Property Law letter from Govenor [[Governor]] Atiyeh, 1979 and Govenors' [[Governors']] Volunteer Award for his museum work, 1987, by Govenor [[Governor]] Goldschmidt"

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Portrait of William S. Smith, Teacher and Founder of the Oregon School for the Deaf, c. 1870

A black and white portrait photograph of a man wearing a dark jacket and cravat. His wavy hair is parted on the side and he has mutton chop whiskers and a moustache. On the back of the photograph is a handwritten note that reads: "William Stephen Smith Oregon's first deaf teacher, founder of Oregon State School for the Deaf, opened November 1870 Salem, Oregon"

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Sewing Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1944

A black and white photograph of a sewing class at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street in 1944. Four girls sit at a table working on hand sewing. On the left, a girl sits in a chair hand sewing. On the right, another girl sits at an electric sewing machine. In the foreground is a table with sewing projects on it. A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD Sewing class - 1944- Salem Ore". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Students Posed for Pledge of Allegiance, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1962

A black and white photograph of students in a classroom at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. The class of ten students is standing with their hands on their hearts. One girl holds an American flag in front of them. All the girls are wearing skirts or dresses that are knee length or longer. A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD pupils' classroom Salem Ore 1962". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Beauty Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1944-1946

A blurry black and white photograph of girls and women in a room set up like a beauty salon. On the right is a girl getting her nails done, on the left is a girl getting a haircut. In the back are two girls with their head in hair dryer hoods and one girl getting her hair washed. The Beauty Shop class only lasted two years. A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD beauty class 1944 to 1946". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Driving Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1952

A black and white photograph of young men learning to drive at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Wallace Colley attempts to parallel park a 1947 Classic Chevrolet Woody Wagon between two sets of poles being held by Kenneth Colley (left) and Duane Lisac (right). William Walker sits in the back seat. In the background is the Vocational Building, a two-story building built in 1929 with car parking space on the first floor and students looking out windows on the second floor. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD Driving class 1952 Salem Ore". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Printing Office, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1922

A black and white photograph of part of the Printing Office of the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Two students are working at a 1922-era Model-8 Linotype typesetting machine. One is seated at the keyboard while the other stands beside the machinery. The photograph is mounted on a red mat. Text below the photograph reads: "Printing office in the new Industrial Arts building, 1922. The gym's upstairs."

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Carpentry Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1922

A black and white photograph of a carpentry class at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Students stand working at various locations throughout the room. Machinery can be seen in the background while mostly finished furniture fills the foreground. The class was taught by John Carpenter (wearing light colored overalls standing next to the almost-finished bench). A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD's new Industrial Arts and gym building 1922 (carpenter class). OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Home Economics Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1922

A black and white photograph of a home economics class at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Four female students sit at a round table that is set with dishes and silverware. Two other students stand on either side of the table holding trays. A woman stands behind the table. The photograph is mounted on a red mat. Text below the photograph reads: "Home Economics, 1922."

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Students and Teacher in Classroom, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1916

A black and white photograph of students and their teacher in a classroom at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Ten students sit at their desks with their teacher sitting at her desk facing them. They are turned to look at the camera. Teacher: Elnora Palm. 1st row (furthest from camera) (left to right): Marcus Brewer, Frank Drapela, Helen Park, Edith Bunrick. 2nd row (left to right): Royal Cooke, Grace Hostetler, Winnie Gaudy. 3rd row (left to right): Pearl Lunday, Albert Harry. 4th row (closest to camera): Grace Wolf-Toll. A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD classroom 1916". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Sewing Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1900-1901

A black and white photograph of a sewing class at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Turner Road. About a dozen students sit in chairs with hand sewing, turned to face the camera. One woman sits at a treadle sewing machine and another stands behind the seated girls. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "1900-1901 OSSD sewing class Mrs. Wentz, Teacher Turner Rd". Another note reads: "printed from original engraving - 1901". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Printing Office, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1916

A black and white photograph of the Printing Office of the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street in 1916. Several boys are working at machines and in other locations in the room. One student is labeled as "Edwin". A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "Printing Office - Salem Deaf School - 1916 T. A. Lindstrom, deaf teacher" The printing class was taught by Thure Lindstrom and was located on the 2nd floor of the Steam Plant Building at this time.

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T. A. Lindstrom's Manual Advanced Classroom, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1916

A black and white photograph of students and their teacher in a classroom at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Several students sit at their desks reading while a few others are writing on the boards at the front of the room. A man standing at a table in the front of the room has an 'x' drawn above his head. Standing (left to right): T.A. Lindstrom (teacher), Frank Thayer, Dean Tussing, Lila Hardy, Clyde Walker. Seated, left row: Harold Calavan. Seated, middle row: Merle Peters, William Toll. Seated, right row: Charlotte Coffin, Bernice Berry, George Fromm, Julia Dodd, Oscar Stewart. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "T. A. Lindstrom's manual advanced classroom - 1916 at OSSD - "X" Dr. T. A. Lindstrom, himself deaf teacher taught at OSD from 1906 to 1954, 48 years born in Sweden, 1880 died in Salem, Ore 1972". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Sewing Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1922

A black and white photograph of a sewing class at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. Students sit in chairs along the right wall with hand sewing projects while other students sit at three sewing machines on the left. A large table covered in sewing projects is in the center of the room. One student stands at a dress form. The photograph is mounted on a red mat. Text below the photograph reads: "Sewing class, 1922." A note written on the back of the photograph reads: "Oregon State School for the Deaf Sewing class, 1922". The Oregon State School for the Deaf was the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Oral Primary Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1900-1901

A black and white photograph of young students in a classroom at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Turner Road. The school occupied the Turner Road location from 1895-1910. Several students sit at desks with books and slates. Four students practice speaking while standing at the front of the room with their teacher. They are holding their hands to their throats to feel the vibrations of their speech. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD oral primary class at Turner Rd - 1900-01" OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Home Economics Class, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1916

A sepia-toned photograph of six girls working in a kitchen at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. The school has occupied this location since 1910. A large counter-height table is in the center of the room with a low table to the left and a stove to the right. The girls are mixing ingredients into bowls and one is stirring something on the stove. The photograph is mounted on a black mat. Below the photograph is a handwritten note that reads: "Home Economics - (in the main kitchen)" A note on the back reads: "Ore. School for Deaf Salem Or 1916"

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Portrait of Students and Teacher, Oregon School for the Deaf, c. 1898

A sepia-toned photograph of about a dozen students and staff from the Oregon School for the Deaf. They are a range of ages and both boys and girls. The man in the center of the photograph has a moustache. They are posed for a portrait with some seated and some standing. The photograph is mounted on a tan mat. A handwritten note below the photograph reads: "Supt. Irvin 1892-1894". A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Oregon School for Deaf-Mutes 1898 on Turner Rd." The Oregon School for Deaf-Mutes was the name of the school from 1880-1913.

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First Reunion of the Alumni, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1927

A black and white photograph of about 40 people standing on the front stairs of the Main Building of the Oregon School for the Deaf on Locust Street. The people are a range of ages, including young children, and both men and women. A note written below the photograph reads: "September 3.4.5. 1927". A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "The first Reunion of the Alumni September 3, 4, 5, 1927 Salem, Oregon."

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Primary Classroom, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1908-1909

A black and white photograph of students and their teacher in a classroom at the Oregon School for the Deaf on Turner Road. The school occupied the Turner Road location from 1895-1910. The students sit at tables set up in a rectangle and are turned to face the camera. The photograph is mounted on a black mat and a note under the photograph reads "OSD primary classroom - 1908-09 - Turner." Faded notes on the back of the photograph identify two of the students as William and Samuel Toll. It reads: "William Toll end of 2nd row. 3rd from left 1st row Sam Toll (bro. to Wm.)" Another note on the back reads: "Oregon School for Deaf 1908-09"

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Students in the YMCA Pool, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1957

Black and white photograph of students from the Oregon School for the Deaf playing in the YMCA pool in Salem. Several students are splashing and climbing on each other in the pool. The photograph is mounted on a peach colored mat. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD pupils went to YMCA in Salem Ore 1957". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Students and Staff, Oregon School for the Deaf, 1900-1901

Black and white photograph of students and staff of the Oregon School for the Deaf in the 1900-1901 school year. Staff and students stand on the front steps of the school building at Turner Road, which was occupied by the school from 1895-1910. Younger students are at the front and older near the back. The girls are on the right and boys on the left. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD in 1900-1901 at Turner Rd. Supt. C. Wentz". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Oregon Association of the Deaf First Biennial Meeting, June 1921

A black and white photograph of attendees at the first Biennial meeting of the Oregon Association of the Deaf. The attendees are a mix of men and women and sit or stand in about 5 rows. Each has a ribbon pinned to their front. A corner of the photograph is ripped and missing. On the back of the photograph is a handwritten note that reads: "Every one an old pupil of T.A.L. OSSD Ore. Ass. for the Deaf (1st Biennial) June 1921 OAD members". T.A.L is T. A. Lindstrom, a teacher who taught for 48 years, from 1906 to 1954, at the Oregon School for the Deaf. OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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Older Boys, Oregon School for the Deaf, c. 1917

A faded black and white photograph of a group of boys in a field. Several younger boys sit in the grass while the older ones stand behind them. Those at the left and right ends of the group are too blurry to see. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "OSSD older boys circa 1917". OSSD stands for Oregon State School for the Deaf, the name of the school from 1913-1989.

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