Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Memorial Union Videotapes, 1980-1990

The Memorial Union Ballroom, 1930.

Information and Credits

FV P 198

The Memorial Union Videotapes consist of recordings made of the Ceramics 80 Conference held in 1980; a videotape orientation to the Memorial Union prepared in 1989; and several recordings pertaining to George Stevens. The Memorial Union was dedicated in 1929 as the student union for the Oregon State campus and provides services and facilities to the campus and Corvallis communities. George Stevens served as director of the Memorial Union from 1963 until his retirement in 1990.

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Quantity

1 cubic foot, including 17 videotapes; 1 box

Related Papers

The Memorial Union Records (RG 099) and Photographs (P 198) include extensive documentation of the Memorial Union building and student activities, including paper records and images pertaining to the Ceramics 80 Conference. The Memorabilia Collection includes biographical information about Stevens (MC-Stevens, George) as well as additional information about the Craft Center. Photographs of Craft Center facilities and programs are available in various photograph collections.

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