Title: History of Oregon, Vol. III [Biographical]
Author: [Charles Henry Carey]
Description: Green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Light wear to tips of corners; minor general wear to boards. Marbled endpapers and marbled text block edges. Previous owner's name on flyleaf, otherwise interior is clean. Index. 750 pp. 10.75 x 8.25 inches.
Nearly 600 biographies of notable Oregon pioneers and early residents, many with portraits.
Manche Irene Langley's copy. Langley (1883-1963) was one the earliest women admitted to practice law in Oregon and was a president of the Women Lawyers' Association of Oregon. She taught law at Pacific University. From 1937 to1943, she was field representative, then district director of the Women's Division for the Works Progress Administration in Oregon, and oversaw the building of Timberline Lodge. In 1944, she was appointed a deputy district attorney for Multnomah County.
Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Pioneer Historical Publishing Company
Keywords: Manche Langley, pioneers, biography,
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