Title: Lewis and Clark College 1867-1967
Author: Martha Frances Montague
Description: Copper cloth boards with pictorial stamped in black on front cover. Binding is tight. Interior clean and unmarked. Thirty-two pages of illustrations from photographs. Index. xiv, 244 pages. Dust jacket spine lightly toned; not price clipped; in an archival mylar sleeve.
A detailed history of Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. The school was originally chartered in 1867 as the Albany Collegiate Institute [aka Albany College] and transitioned to its Portland location during the later-1930s.
The author, Martha Frances Montague (1888-1977) joined the faculty of Lewis and Clark in 1943 and retired in 1968 as an associate professor of history. She also served as assistant librarian 1943-1958 and as college archivist 1958-1968. Her grandfather, Col. Charles B. Montague, had come to Oregon from California around 1858 and was elected the first mayor of Lebanon.
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: Binfords & Mort
Place: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: Portland, Albany, Oregon, history, schools, colleges, Albany College,
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