History of Science: F (8)
Paul Lawrence Farber (b. 1944) is a prolific and internationally known historian of
science who has nurtured the study of scientific discovery from his post at Oregon
State University for forty years. Dr. Farber has established himself as a world-class
historian of science through his research into the naturalist tradition and evolutionary
ethics, his extensive participation in the historical community including a term as
President of the History of Science Society, and editor of the Journal of the History of Biology. The Paul Lawrence Farber Papers include correspondence, institutional records,
teaching materials, typescripts, and reprints.
28 linear feet; 55 boxes; 1.13 GB born digital
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
The Fisheries and Wildlife Department Photographs
consist of images taken and assembled by the department that document fisheries and
wildlife students, faculty, teaching, and research at Oregon State University,
especially the research activities of the Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research
1.6 cubic foot, including 402 photographs, 4,383 slides and 200 negatives; 3 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science / Photographs
The Fisheries and Wildlife Department Records primarily document
research conducted by the Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit at Oregon State
1934 until 1960. These research project records include field notes, maps, reports,
7 cubic ft.; 1 microfilm reel.
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / Photographs, Maps
The Fisheries and Wildlife Films and Videotapes document lectures in Fisheries and
Wildlife courses as well as material shot and processed for the Department of Fish
and Game Management.
FV P 243
1.15 cubic feet, including 33 videotapes and 7 film reels; 3 document boxes and 1 archives box
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / Videos
The Harry Freund Collection consists of theses, dissertations, publications, and other
related research materials generated by chemistry professor Harry Freund and his graduate
students at Oregon State University.
1 cubic foot; 1 archives box
University History, History of Science