Born-Digital Materials: M (7)
Chris Mathews (b. 1937) is a distinguished biochemist with contributions to enzymology
and virology. Through professorships at Yale University, the University of Arizona,
and Oregon State University, he has received significant recognition as a researcher,
administrator, and educator. As the author of four books and nearly 150 research articles,
director of 35 Ph.D. theses, and recipient of several major awards in the field of
biochemistry, Mathews is a valued member of the international scientific community.
Mathews' papers include professional correspondence from 1962-2010 regarding research,
publications, and professorial duties, and include institutional records of historical
interest from his long-term tenure as chairman of the OSU Department of Biochemistry
6 linear feet; 14 boxes, including 36 3.5" floppy disks; 154 megabytes born digital
University History, History of Science / Born-Digital Materials
The Doryce J. McDonald Papers consist of materials assembled and generated by McDonald
in the course of two internship projects with the Horner Museum pertaining to the
history of forestry. McDonald completed an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Oregon
State University in 1995. The Horner Museum was established at Oregon State in 1925
and was closed to the public in 1995.
1.1 cubic feet, including 161 photographs and 2 computer disks; 2 boxes including 1 oversize box; 176 megabytes
University History, Natural Resources / Photographs, Born-Digital Materials
The McMenamins Brewery Collection consists of materials documenting the McMenamins
breweries, pubs, and hotels.
3 cubic feet; 1 archives box, 1 16x20 oversize box, 1 document box, and 1 cask.
Natural Resources, University History / Born-Digital Materials, Photographs
The Media Services Moving Images consist
of motion picture films produced by the Classroom Television department;
videotapes recorded or produced by the Communication Media Center; raw
film footage and media elements; and streaming video files produced by
Media Services. They include recordings of classroom lectures for hygiene
and health education classes; commencement and other special events; and
lectures by faculty and visiting speakers at Oregon State University as
well as training and informational tapes pertaining to a variety of topics
including cultural diversity, computer graphics, and multimedia
FV P 119
13 cubic feet, including 130 films reels, 57 videotapes, 12 sound recordings, and 40 color slides; 12 boxes and 21 film cans
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Born-Digital Materials
The Memorabilia Collection is an artificial collection
containing items of interest about Oregon State University and to a lesser extent,
the city of
Corvallis, and the state of Oregon.
86 cubic feet; 190 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Maps, Born-Digital Materials
The Milagro (Miracle Theatre Group) Records consist of the theatre's administrative
records, production files, and community outreach work. Also included is the company's
artwork, videos and audio of performances, correspondence, and promotional materials.
Established in 1985 by José González and Dañel Malán, Milagro is the premier Latino
arts and cultures program in the northwest. The theatre produces both classical and
contemporary performances that are English, Spanish, or bilingual. Milagro is still
active to this day.
21 cubic feet, including 2,250 photographs, 118 videotapes, 130 CDs and DVDs, 20 cassettes, and 151 floppy disks; 21 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes, and 4 map folders
Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
The Music Department Records document music instruction
at Oregon State as well as performances by Oregon State bands, choirs, and other
musical groups as well as individual students, faculty, and guest artists. The
Records include sound recordings in a variety of formats.
9.3 cubic feet, including 1 DVD; 21 boxes, including 6 oversize boxes; 1 microfilm reel; 60 feet
University History / Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks, Born-Digital Materials