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Laura Harris, an alumna of Christian College, was a suffragist for the Oregon vote. In addition to her advocacy work, Mrs. Harris was involved in many clubs including the Eugene Lewis and Clark Club, where she help the office of president. This image is from the Morning Oregonion newspaper, retrieved from the Oregon Historical Newspaper Project.
Caption: "Eugene, Dec. 14 —(Special.)— At the annual meeting of the Eugene Lewis and Clark Club, held at the home of the retiring president, Mrs. D. A. Paine, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Laura Harris; first vice-president, Mrs. B. L. Bogart; second vice-president, Mrs. H. A. Mahon; secretary, Mrs. L. Quiner; treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Hobbs."
Morning Oregonian, December 15, 1903, page 4
Cassie Stump (left) and Ada Carlin (right).
Cassie Stump graduated from Christian College in 1875. While at Christian College, she founded the Vespertine Literary Society. In 1881, Miss Stump attended Wellesley College in Massachusetts where she befriended Ada Carlin.
Sarah Knox (left) and her son Frank Knox (top); Mary Stump Campbell (right) and her son David Campbell (bottom). Both Sarah and Mary went to Christian College and graduated in 1871. While at Christian College, Mary was the president of the Philosophean Literary Society.
Verso: "Sarah L. Knox 49 years old
Frank Knox 10 years old
Mary S. Campbell 48 years old
David B. Campbell 8 years old
Taken by Mr. Lewis June 1899 Monmouth Oregon
Graduated in Christian College in 1871 and had their pictures taken together at that time, (Sarah Churchill, Mary Stump)"
Thomas Franklin Campbell, portrait, President of Christian College, 1869 - 1882. Head and torso, facing slightly left; his right hand resting on a book, left arm behind his back; black and white. Cropped photograph of the 1902 portrait painted by Elbridge William Moore.