President J.A. Churchill holding the golden shovel while students and faculty crowd behind him behind a rope.
Verso: "In late 1935 or early 1936 ground was broken for the building named the Administration Building and which still carries that name in 1973, at this writing.
Pictured is J.A. Churchhill, President of ONS 1932 to 1939. The shovel in Mr. Churchhill's hand has been used in ground-breaking ceremonies for several buildings since that time. It is now in the OCE Archives.
identifiable in the gathering are several students and faculty among the crows which gathered to observe the breaking of ground.
Ground for the physical education and health building was broken about the same time, but I do not recall any ceremony in connection with that building.
Grants of Public Works Administration funds made these two building[sic] possible.
I believe it is accurate to say that no new building had been built on the campus prior to this time since the West addition to the dormitory (Todd Hall) in 1917.
Ellis A. Stebbins
Dec 12, 1973"
Old ACC.RG.2012.601 Photographs/Buildings: Administration Building
Professor Oscar Christenson, Leonard Rice, and Ray Lieuallen pose for the cameras as they break the ground to make for the new Grove. A small tree stands in front and a sign behind them reads, "Your Alumni student, faculty, and staff dollars at work. Help it grow"
"Left to right: Emeritus Professor 'Christy' Christenson, Dr Leonard Rice, pres. of OCE and Chancellor Roy E. Lieuallen.
Groundbreaking for new Grove 1974"
Old ACC.RG.2012.601 Photographs/Buildings: New Grove
The traditional breaking of the ground with 4 men shoveling dirt with shovels. Three men are wearing suits as one man wears a police uniform.
Old ACC.RG.2012.601 Photographs/Buildings: Oregon Police Academy