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Helfrich, Devere, 1902-1981

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bill Price Collection

 Collection — Folder 1 (SC 5-4)
Identifier: 1993-012
Abstract

These thirty-six photographs feature steer roping and rodeo cowboys, and most photos are dated around 1970. Many of the photographs have unidentified photographers, but the collection does include some photos by Ferrell Butler, DeVere Helfrich, and John Addison Stryker.

Dates: 1970s

DeVere Helfrich Rodeo Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: 1981-023
Scope and Contents The DeVere Helfrich Rodeo Photographs consists of 37,369 negatives and fourteen log books. The negatives range in size from 80x110mm, 62x62mm, and 35mm. The log books, dating 1941-1970, list the negative number, caption or title of image, location or rodeo venue, and date, as well as dark room processing notes. Additionally, there is a small collection of negatives with an associated log book dating between 1951 and 1952 which document horse race finishes and winner portraits at Walla Walla,...
Dates: 1941 - 1970

"Fritz Truan, 1940 World's Champ, Red Bluff '41." Written on back: "Fritz Truan, #204."

 Item — Folder 1 (SC OS1-2), Object: 2
Identifier: R.204.44
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains two photographs of Fritz Truan. Both photos are mounted on matte board. One is black and white, while the other is color. The both photographs are by DeVere Helfrich.

Dates: 1940

Vera M. Herder Collection

 Collection — Folder 1 (SC OS1-2)
Identifier: R-204
Scope and Contents

This collection contains two photographs of Fritz Truan. Both photos are mounted on matte board. One is black and white, while the other is color. The both photographs are by DeVere Helfrich.

Dates: 1940

Written on back: "Fritz Truan, #204."

 Item — Folder 1 (SC OS1-2), Object: 1
Identifier: R.204.43
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains two photographs of Fritz Truan. Both photos are mounted on matte board. One is black and white, while the other is color. The both photographs are by DeVere Helfrich.

Dates: 1940