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Ross, Milo


biographical statement

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Milo Ross Papers

 Unprocessed Material — item: Legacy.583
Identifier: Legacy.583

Milo Ross Papers

 Unprocessed Material — item: 2016.07
Identifier: 2016-07

NWYM Memorials collection, 1985

Identifier: 1/55
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains written memorials and eulogies for members of the Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends/Oregon Yearly Meeting from 1889-2003.

Dates: 1985

Office of the President: Foundation Records

 Unprocessed Material — item: Legacy.569
Identifier: Legacy.569

Quaker Hour Cassette Tapes

 Unprocessed Material — item: Legacy.754
Identifier: Legacy.754

"Quaker Hour" script by Milo Ross

 Unprocessed Material — item: Legacy.195
Identifier: Legacy.195

Rosedale Friends Church, 1929-1996

 Record Group
Identifier: 68
Summary On Feb. 7, 1894, the Rosedale Park Friends Church, Salem, Oreogn, was organized at Liberty School with about 20 members. By the next year all meetings were being held at Hope Chapel (a Methodist church). Anson Cox was the first pastor. A new church building was dedicated in October of 1899. In 1918, then Pastor Chester A. Hadley proposed to unite the two churches. Milo Ross served his first pastorate at Rosedale from 1933-36. Records include written histories (including church and...
Dates: 1929-1996

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Unprocessed Material 13
Collection 7
Archival Object 4
Schools and Colleges 10
Quakers 9
Colleges and Universities 7
Religion 7
Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends Church 5