|Object Name||Manuscript collection|
|Scope & Content||
Genealogy; roster; photographs; program; speech
REMARKS:Various documents from the Umpqua Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution [DAR]. The folders are:; Bacon, Doris, and Georgia Gratke. (1974). Cemetery Records, Scottsburg Cemetery, Scottsburg, Oregon.; Bain, Katherine W[aite]. (1975). Partial listing of Joseph and Polly Lane descendants. [2 copies; one is apparently revised].; Banning, Vera. (1961). 'Them Days that are Gone Forever'. Speech given before the Umpqua Chapter, DAR, April 1961. Reminiscences about frontier and pioneer life in central Douglas County.; Lane, Joseph, General. Program for the Bicentennial Memorial Marker Dedication Ceremony in honor of General Joseph Lane, 14 June 1975, Roseburg Memorial Gardens. Includes photographs of the ceremony, together with letters exchanged between Mrs. George C. Gratke, Regent, Umpqua DAR, and Mrs. Frank Emilio La Cauza, Historian General of the DAR, concerning DAR authorization of the memorial.; Individual items include:; one  copy [in yellow binder] of typed, photocopied, and manuscript transcriptions of Umpqua County Court records;; one  ink drawing and roster for the Brown family cemetery on Highway 138 [near Elkton, Oregon]; and; one  audiocassette of an interview of Ben Jones, conducted by Doris Bacon. [The Museum has a separate copy of this tape, and a transcription made from the tape].
|Creator||Katherine Bain; Vera Banning; Georgia Gratke|
|Title||Various Papers Concerning Activities of Umpqua Chapter, DAR [Daughters of the American Revolution]|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|