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The Obo Addy Legacy Project Collection consists of records, promotional materials,
and various forms of media related to the Homowo African Arts and Cultures organization.
Obo Addy's personal materials include correspondence, promotional materials, and photographs.
Obo Addy, a master drummer at the age of six, established the Homowo African Arts
and Cultures organization with his wife and manager Susan Addy as a way to celebrate
and preserve the traditional music of Ghana and Africa. The organization was established
in 1986 and is currently active with community outreach and concerts.
19 cubic feet, including 1510 photographs, 172 videotapes, and 50 CDs and DVDs; 20 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
These records document the administration of the College of
Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences and the operation of OSU's research vessels Yaquina and Cayuse.
6.33 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / Born-Digital Materials
The James E. Oldfield Papers document Oldfield's
research and professional activities in animal nutrition, especially the role of selenium
eliminating white muscle disease in sheep and other ruminants. Oldfield completed
at Oregon State College in 1951 and joined the faculty upon completion of his degree.
8.0 cubic feet, including 400 photographs; 9 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Natural Resources / Photographs, Born-Digital Materials
The Oregon Century Farm and
Ranch Program Records document farms and ranches in Oregon that have
applied for and received recognition as Century or Sesquicentennial Farms
or Ranches. The records consist primarily of application materials; a
database listing all the farms and ranches accepted into the program is
also included. The Oregon Century Farm and Ranch Program was established
1.0 cubic feet, including 220 photographs; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
Natural Resources / Photographs, Maps, Born-Digital Materials
The Oregon Multicultural Archives Oral History Collection is a growing repository
of interviews that documents the experiences and perspectives of people of color who
have spent at least portions of their lives in Oregon.
12 sound files; 1 set of video files; 22.1 gigabytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Born-Digital Materials
The Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection documents the
history, culture and ambition of Oregon State University through interviews with alumni,
faculty, staff, administrators and supporters. Most of the items held in the collection
take the form of life history interviews, their sole common thread being an association,
past or present, with Oregon State University.
60 sets of video files, 60 sound files; 382 gigabytes born digital
History of Science, Local History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, University History / Born-Digital Materials, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos
The Voices of Oregon State University Oral History
Collection consists of oral history interviews conducted by students as part of
anthropology, history and sociology classes and Special Collections & Archives internships.
The interview subjects include Oregon State
alumni, faculty, and administrators.
39 interviews; 0.2 cubic foot, including 4 audio cassettes, 20 compact discs, 1 dvd; 3 boxes; 39 sound files, 1 video file, 1 image file, and 7 document files; 6.3 Gbytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, History of Science / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Photographs, Born-Digital Materials