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Cook, Walter Camille



  • Existence: 1900 - 1986

biographical statement

Obituaries, Newberg Graphic, Saturday, November 22, 1986

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

NWYM Memorials collection, 1987

Identifier: 1/57
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: 1987

Rose Valley Friends Church, 1958-1989

 Record Group
Identifier: 66

Rose Valley Friends began as a meeting in Kelso, Washington. A chapel was built by May of 1925. In June of 1955, a committee from Portland Quarterly Meeting set up the Rose Valley Preparative Meeting as an independent monthly meeting. Records consist of written histories, publications, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, directories, business and financial documents, minutes, and VHS tapes.

Dates: 1958-1989

Sprague River Friends Church, 1945-1978

 Record Group
Identifier: 78
Summary Around 1890, Friends and Methodists began ministering to the Native Americans--the Modocs and Klamath Indians--of southeastern Oregon, as the latter were placed under their care by President Grant. Much later, from around 1945-1966, Evert Tuning played a large role in ministering to the Native Americans in Sprague River, Oregon. The Cooks, McIntyres, and the Childs (Clinton and Pauline) also aided in the mission work there. Records include reports, correspondence, written histories,...
Dates: 1945-1978

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Archival Object 4
Unprocessed Material 2
Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends Church 1
Quakers 1