Twila Domine worked as the business manager for the Division for Creative arts for twenty three years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in July, 2003, and in 2004 Domine received the Mario and Alma Pastege Staff Excellence Award. Domine passed away in 2005, and the bench was dedicated in 2007.
The bench faces Rice Auditorium and is located on the south west lawn.
In the image, the bench is located on the left side of the frame. It faces Rice Auditorium and a tree is behind it. In front of the building there are bushes and trees as well as a sign that reads "Leonard Rice Auditorium."
A Willamette Valley Ponderosa pine tree was planted in January 2002 for Donovan Burbank. Burbank was a groundskeeper who loved to ride horses through the Ponderosa and who passed away in 2001. The tree is located on the east side of the Grove.
The image is of the Ponderosa tree, located in the center of the frame. Behind the tree, there are more trees and a building. At the bottom right of the frame is a plaque.
Interior of Todd Hall in the kitchen with three people looking towards the camera. A stove is to the right and various cooking utensils are scattered throughout the room.
"Interior of Dorm kitchen shortly after it was built - these cooks were German - Their names is I do not remember their name. "
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A photo of librarian Dessa Hofstetter sitting outside with her cat, Blue, date unknkown. Mrs. Hofstetter was a 1926 Oregon College of Education alumna. She worked at the college from 1941 to 1966 as a librarian.
The three women standing at the far end of an industrial-style kitchen in the dormitory (now Todd Hall). On the backside is handwritten "From Mr. and Mrs. NE Schanbel To Miss Todd, Old Kitchen in Todd Hall Probably before 1917."