ARTICLES ON SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & ARCHIVES
"Like Looking Over His Shoulder." Lee Sherman. Terra Magazine, Summer 2008. http://oregonstate.edu/terra/2008summer/features/pauling.php
"The chemistry of love." Kyle Odegard. Corvallis Gazette-Times, February 14, 2008. http://gazettetimes.com/articles/2008/02/14/news/top_story/4aaa01_loveletters.txt
"A place for Pauling: Noted scientist still has an office at Oregon State." Kyle Odegard. Corvallis Gazette-Times, October 27, 2007. http://www.gazettetimes.com/articles/2007/10/28/news/community/1aaa04_pauling.txt
"It is doubtful that there is another collection of one person's accomplishments and
life, both personal and professional, to match this one in breadth and depth."
Nancy A. Bunker, (p. 140) Primary Source Collections in the Pacific Northwest: An Historical Researchers Guide, Westport Connecticut: Libraries Unlimited, 2005.
"Treasures of the Valley," by George P. Edmonston, Jr. Oregon Stater 90, 2 (September 2005): 14-19. http://alumni.oregonstate.edu/stater/issues/Stater0509/archives.htm
"A Prized Collection: Pauling Memorabilia," by Elizabeth K. Wilson. Chemical and Engineering News (August 7, 2000): 62-63.
REVIEWS OF WEBSITES
Linus Pauling and the Race for DNA, reviewed by National History Education Clearinghouse. September 2011. http://teachinghistory.org/history-content/website-reviews/23261
"Website of the Week - Linus Pauling Online." Voice of America News, July 24, 2009. http://www.voanews.com/english/Science/2009-07-23-voa30.cfm
"This resource presents a unique historical perspective. Undergraduates reading these
documents and hearing and seeing these presentations on the peace movement will gain
an understanding and respect for the difficult fight for nuclear sanity decades ago."
"Linus Pauling and the International Peace Movement. Internet Resource." Potter, F. CHOICE, 45-4953, (May 2008). Review of Linus Pauling and the International Peace Movement: A Documentary History.
"Best of the Rest." Sidebar to "A Life Online," by Henry Nicholls. Nature, 443 (October 19, 2006): 747. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v443/n7113/box/443746a_BX1.html
"Netwatch: The Making of the Atomic Bond," Mitch Leslie, ed. Science 307 (January 7, 2005): 21. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/short/307/5706/21e
"This site will hopefully be emulated by many other libraries with important collections
of historical documents."
"Linus Pauling and the race for DNA. Internet Resource." Guilfoile, P. CHOICE, 41-1531, (November 2003). Review of Linus Pauling and the Race for DNA: A Documentary History.
"Linus Pauling Research Notebooks," American Scientists Online (June 23, 2003). http://www.americanscientist.org/template/SiteOfTheWeekTypeDetail/assetid/23418;jsessionid=baa98V6d2fjtpx
"Major Additions to the Linus Pauling Canon," by Derek A. Davenport. Journal of Chemical Education 79, 8 (August 2002): 946-948. http://www.jce.divched.org/journal/issues/2002/Aug/abs946.html
"Netwatch: The Pauling Files," Mitch Leslie, ed. Science 295 (March 22, 2002): 2183. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/295/5563/2183d
"Linus Pauling's Notebooks Now Available on the Web," by Brian Handwerk. National Geographic News (March 7, 2002). http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/03/0306_0307_pauling.html
"From The Mind of Pauling", Henry Fountain. NY Times, Vol. CLI, No. 52,041 (February 26, 2002): D4.
REVIEWS OF THE PAULING CATALOGUE - http://paulingcatalogue.org
"[Pauling's] concern for the humanitarian and ethical consequences of scientific discovery
add an extra dimension of analysis for historians of science. It is fitting that his
archivists have now published one of the finest catalogs for the papers of an individual
scientist....The Pauling Catalogue is well worth the $125 purchase price and is a
must-have for any Pauling researcher or university library."
Review by Gregory J. Morgan and Emily A. Jones, Spring Hill College. Journal of the History of Biology, Vol. 41, No. 2 (June 2008): 403-406.
"For the illustrations alone, nearly twelve hundred of them, anyone interested in
Pauling's life should buy the catalogue . . . [The Pauling Catalogue] provides an
immense amount of information about Linus Pauling and his times and will be the invaluable
source of material for future biographies."
Review by Jack Dunitz, ETH-Zürich, Switzerland. Bulletin for the History of Chemistry, Vol. 33, No. 1 (2008): 45-46.
"The catalog is ideal for historians of science, and is engaging for browsing by chemists,
students, and general readers....Highly recommended."
Review by A. Viste, emeritus, Augustana College. CHOICE, 45-0288, (September 2007).
"It constitutes an invaluable resource for historians of science and chemistry, scholars
of science policy, and advocates of the peace movement, along with practicing chemists
and scientists interested in the history of their fields, especially during the 20th
century. It belongs in every academic library."
Review by George B. Kauffman, California State University, Fresno. The Chemical Educator, (2007): 12, 4, Media Reviews. http://chemeducator.org/bibs/0012004/12070303mr.htm
Reprinted as "Book Review: The Pauling Catalogue. By Chris Petersen and Cliff Mead." Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 46 (3): 8112-8113. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/abstract/116835437/ABSTRACT
Review by Patrick Shea. Chemical Heritage Newsmagazine, Winter 2007/8, Vol. 25, No. 4. http://www.chemheritage.org/pubs/magazine/review_peterson.html
Oregon State Library, Library Services & Technology Act (LSTA), $19,180 to the Oregon State University Libraries for "Development and Management of Oregon's Tribal Archives" (year two), 2012-2013.
Oregon State Library, Library Services & Technology Act (LSTA), $10,795 to the Oregon State University Libraries for "Development and Management of Oregon's Tribal Archives" (year one), 2011-2012.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), $299,947 to the Oregon State University Libraries for "The Northwest Digital Archives: Expanding the Regional Union Database of EAD finding Aids," 2005-2007.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), $350,000 to the Oregon State University Libraries for "The Northwest Digital Archives: A Union Database of Encoded Finding Aids from Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington," 2002-2004.
Oregon Council for the Humanities, $1,469 to the Oregon State University Archives for "Fighters on the Farm Front: Oregon's Emergency Farm Labor Service, 1943-1947, Traveling Photo Exhibit" (phase 2), 1994-1995.
Oregon Council for the Humanities, $3,125 to the Oregon State University Archives for "Fighters on the Farm Front: Oregon’s Emergency Farm Labor Service, 1943-1947, Traveling Photo Exhibit," 1993-1994.
A number of student employees who have worked in the Special Collections & Archives Research Center have received the Carl Totten Award for providing outstanding service to library patrons while maintaining an active and successful student career. These recipients include:
Regina Pimentel (2013)
Ingrid Ockert, Kelsey Ockert and Christy Turner (2012)
Doug Schulte (2010)
Trevor Sandgathe and Doug Schulte (2009)
Christy Toliver (2008)
Michelle Cassinelli (2006)
Mary Cooper (2004)
Library Undergraduate Research Awards
In addition, several past recipients of the OSU Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards have either worked for SCARC or conducted their research in SCARC collections.
Ingrid Ockert, The Atomic Awakening of Ava Helen Pauling, 2011-2012.
Douglas Schulte, How the West Was Won: An Investigation of the Rise and Evolution of the Cowboy as an American Popular Culture Icon, 2009-2010.
Kristina Wick, The Free Lunch Program: A Construction of Social Welfare Attitudes of the 1940s, 2008-2009.
Andrew Seher, Andrew Seher – Leading the Way to Real Progress: The Portland Urban League, 1964-1970, 2007-2008.
Meaghan Josh, Albina's Story, 2007-2008.
Other Student Awards
Hannah Mahoney, College of Liberal Arts Undergraduate Researcher of the Year, 2013.
Laura Cray, Oregon Heritage Fellow, 2012.
Mike Dicianna, College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Senior - History, 2012.
Doug Schulte, OSU & State of Oregon Student Worker of the Year, Western Association of Student Employment Administrators, 2009.
OREGON EXPERIENCE DOCUMENTARIES
The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship with Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Oregon Experience" documentary series. Below are the films on which we have collaborated most intensively. Each documentary is available for viewing online.