Tess, John (1977)

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Title

Tess, John (1977)

Subject

Oral history

Description

John Tess graduated in 1977 with a degree in History and went on to found his own historic preservation consulting firm. John transferred from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukie after his sophomore year to Lewis & Clark. He chose Lewis & Clark because of its beautiful campus and the scholarship money that he received for attendance. An avid bike racer from the Midwest, John enjoyed Lewis & Clark's vicinity to prime cycling territory, often training on what is now the Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. While still a student at Lewis & Clark, John interned at the Mcloughlin House in Oregon City, which sparked his interest in historic preservation. John mentioned that Historical Materials as well as the incredible support of the professors gave him the tools necessary to succeed in his field.

Creator

Lewis & Clark College

Date

2016-03-23

Format

audio/mp3

Type

Sound

Language

eng

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Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Wells, Noah

Interviewee

Tess, John

Location

Lewis & Clark College

Duration

01:07:30
http://digitalcollections.lclark.edu/files/original/562f72e8d11ec33d1d6be77a8924c0f2.mp3