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Whitman College and Northwest Archives

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The Whitman College and Northwest Archives curates materials that document the history of Whitman College and the Walla Walla region as well as rare books and other special collections housed in the Penrose Library. The archives collects, preserves, provides access to, and promotes the use of these materials for teaching, learning, and research. The digitized collections in ARMINDA reflect a small portion of our overall collections. For a more complete list of our physical holdings, see our collection guides.

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The collection consists of images that show street scenes, buildings, harvest, landscapes, Whitman College and rural life. The Whitman Centennial and Pendleton Round-up are included. The 1931 Walla Walla flood is documented and a photograph album, sent to Washington, D.C. to document the need for the Mill Creek Project, is part of the collection. These photographs are a selection from the overall collection.
9 Items in Collection
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The William Denison Lyman Papers consists of his diary from 1884 to 1920, a manuscript of "History of Old Walla Walla County," copies of periodicals that contain articles written by him, articles written about him by others, biographical information, and some of the writings of Horace S. Lyman, his father, about Northwest Native American folklore. These documents are a selection from the overall collection.
31 Items in Collection
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The Walla Walla arts ephemera collection contains programs for art shows, theater productions, and musical recitals. The collection dates from 1890 to 1994. These digitized publications are a selection of the overall collection.
18 Items in Collection
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The specific generational scope of this collection is limited to the figures of Dorsey Syng Baker (known as D.S.), his subsequent wives, and his three sons. A small portion contains correspondence and records for Dorsey's parents-in-law, the Tibbetts. Throughout this collection are valuable records, correspondence, legal documents, and diaries relating many aspects of pioneer and early statehood life in the Pacific Northwest, especially for Portland, Oregon, and Walla Walla, Washington. The
13 Items in Collection
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COVID-19 in Walla Walla 2020: Community, Place, and Organization (Sociology 293) was taught online in the fall semester of 2020 by Whitman College Professor of Sociology Michelle Janning. Students learned about the Walla Walla Valley using a sociological perspective, offering a glimpse into the many issues that strengthen, challenge, and complicate the work of, and connections among, local community organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. This collection contains interviews that were
22 Items in Collection
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The Whitman College LGBTQ+ Oral History Project, hosted by the Whitman College and Northwest Archives and supported by the Whitman History Department, was created in 2019 in order to document and preserve the story of Whitman's LGBTQ community. Initially the project was focused on the long-time LGBTQ+ student group PRISM, which was previously known as the GLA, GLBA and GLBTQ, and took the place of the activist group, Coalition Against Homophobia. Due to the confidential and historically off
13 Items in Collection
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The Listeners Project: Queremos Escucharte is a place based project promoting listening as a tool for building community, empowering one another, and celebrating our lives. The project records and shares stories from communities who have been historically left out, lost, or misrepresented in narratives about Walla Walla, Washington. The project emerged through a collaborative process with Colectivo de Arte Social (Socially Engaged Art Collective), a group of creative immigrants and immigrant
6 Items in Collection
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The Whitman College Student Handbooks contain information about campus services, student government, student clubs and organizations, residential life, general resources on campus, and photographs of new incoming students.
49 Items in Collection