Darwin Meisnest Photograph Collection 1907-1927

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Darwin Meisnest Photograph Collection, 1907-1927

Darwin Meisnest Photograph Collection 1907-1927

Photos of University of Washington student activities and sports, and portraits of individuals affiliated with the university. Also included are photographs documenting the construction of the stadium and the athletic pavilion as well as panoramic views of the campus.

192 photographic prints; 1 box

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Meisnest, Darwin

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Edmond S. Meany was a historian, writer and collector. From the guide to the Edmond S. Meany letter to T. C. Elliott, 1920 July 7, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) University of Washington professor of history, politician, editor and author, Edmond S. Meany was born in Michigan in 1862, but came to Washington Territory with his family in 1877. He enrolled in the University of Washington in 1880. His academic career was postponed by his father's death, but he grad...

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