Found in 204 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is a compilation of records, membership lists, financial records, brochures, programs, and photographs documenting the 40-year history of the Twin Rocks Adult Fellowship Camp at Rockaway Beach, Oregon.
Twin Rocks Friends Conference is located in Rockaway Beach, Oregon, serving as a summer camp and conference site for both Friends (Quaker) constituency and other organizational events. Included in the collection are a variety of records such as Conference Board records or camp publications, newsletters, promotional materials, and some audio visual materials.
The University Zine Collection is a growing collection of zines dating from 2003 to the present that cover a wide range of topics, including the Pacific Northwest regional history, culture, personal narratives, social movements, literature, mythologies, and history; zine history, culture, and creation; art, architecture, and design topics; Christianity, faith, and religious thought.
This collection includes Floyd Watson's written history detailing his involvement in Sprague River (Oregon) Friends Church and the surrounding community near Klamath Falls, Oregon. An excerpt from "The Modoc Indians: a Native American Saga" by Cheewa James and copies of photographs of the area are also included.
Records of Oliver Weesner from serving as treasurer for the Oregon Yearly Meeting of Friends (which became the Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends).
Western Evangelical Seminary formed as a corporation in May 1945 to establish an institution united under an interdenominational commitment to the Wesleyan-Arminian tradition. The collection includes institutional records and publications pertaining to the creation of the seminary until its merger with George Fox University.