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Roberta Frasier Anderson Papers, 1959-1974

Roberta Frazier Anderson, 1975. Anderson was a Family Life specialist for the Extension Service from 1959-1974. Anderson received the first Osborne teaching award and the Superior Service Award from the USDA. Anderson's focuses included child development, aging, and communications within families.

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The Roberta Frasier Anderson Papers document Anderson's work as Family Life Specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service from 1959 to 1974 and include publications, conference papers, speeches, clippings and correspondence.

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0.35 cubic foot; 1 box

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An oral history interview with Roberta Frasier Anderson is held in the Oregon State University Extension Service Faculty and Staff Oral History Collection (OH 14).

Extensive records pertaining to home economics extension and 4-H programs are available in the Extension Service (RG 111) and College of Home Economics and Education (RG 141) Records. The Archives includes many collections documenting the work of Home Economics Extension and 4-H administrators, staff, volunteers, and organizations, including the papers of Helen Cowgill, Ardis W. Koester, Buena Maris Mockmore (a family life specialist in the 1930s), Florence Lynds Shuff, Janet Taylor, and Esther Taskerud and the records of the Malheur County 4-H Leader's Council, Oregon State University Collegiate 4-H Club, and Oregon State University Extension Asociation/4-H (OSUEA/4-H).

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