This time capsule was sealed on September 15, 1989 and is set to be opened on September 15, 2089. The Heritage Hall dedication plaque also lists several different people and organizations from Oregon governmental departments to architects and contractors.
This tree is located on the southeast corner of Heritage Hall. The date of planting is unknown. It was thought to have been planted by the Oregon Public Safety Academy Class 209, but it was purchased with collaboration of the Student Body President. The tree was planted as a replacement tree for one of the original Raywood Ash Trees planted when Heritage Hall was landscaped.
Ron Cooper, former landscape supervisor, contributed the following information: "The memorial 'Raywood Ash' is the second tree from the right; just next to the Incense Cedar on the far right. It is the smaller tree because it was a replacement tree for one of the original 'Raywood Ash' trees planted when Heritage Hall was landscaped. It replaced a tree that went down in a previous storm."
A postcard image taken during the night of the full Landscape view of the South side of Heritage Hall with a small thumbnail to the right of the Southeast Entrance.
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Heritage Hall West entrance with view of the large silver name reading, "Heritage Hall", with the Twin Cones sculpture in front. Taken from the Landers Hall lawn.
Photo courtesy of Western University Archives