Tag Archives: Intern: Hannah Mahoney

Where are Those Materials? Creating a Digital Collection

A reflection of my current project: The creation of an online exhibit for the Bobbie Nunn and Robert Ford Collection I can’t say I remember a time when there was no internet. I was born right around the time that the … Continue reading

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5 Reasons I Enjoyed Working with St. Philip Episcopal Parish This Term

   1.  They Are a Wonderful Community Early this Fall Reverend Brown, Rector of St. Philip’s, and the History Ministry, comprised of Faye Powell, Joe Nunn, and Herb Amerson, took a trip down to Corvallis to visit the Special Collections … Continue reading

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St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Parish Records

The St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Parish Records have been processed! Over the course of the 2 1/2 month internship, the collection that was originally an assortment of records in several large bins, is now arranged and described (to see the ‘before” pictures, check … Continue reading

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Parish History Day at St. Philips

Last weekend I had the opportunity to visit St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Church for Parish History Day. Natalia and I had been planning the event for many weeks with help from Madeline, our main contact at St. Philips.  There … Continue reading

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Father Lee Owen Stone

“When you’re working with an individual, you get down to his personal needs. You never know where you are when you’re groping around in a sermon.” – Fr. L.O. Stone Father Lee Owen Stone began his journey to become the … Continue reading

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St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Church

   They say, “You’re only as good as the company you keep,” and judging by the over 900 photographs I have inventoried thus far from the St. Philip the The Deacon Episcopal Church collection I can tell you that the St. Philip’s congregation keeps the best … Continue reading

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