Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

Gary Jolliff Papers, 1962-2004

Image from "Oregon Business" captioned: "Gary Jolliff with Meadowfoam plants," March 1983.

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MSS Jolliff

The Gary Joliff Papers document the research, teaching, and professional service activities of Joliff, a faculty member in the Oregon State University Crop Science Department from 1976 until his retirement in 2002. Jolliff specialized in the study of meadowfoam and its development as a crop in the Willamette Valley and lead the Oregon Experiment Station new crops research project from 1978 until 2002.

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25 cubic feet, including 18 photographs; 25 boxes

Related Papers

The Agricultural Experiment Station Records (RG 25) include additional materials pertaining to agricultural research projects at Oregon State University. The Archives collections include the Crop Science Department Records (RG 95), the Farm Crops Department Photographs (P 130) as well as the papers of several crop science faculty: Floyd E. Bolton, Te May Ching; Donald David Hill; Dale Moss, Kenneth A. Rykbost, and Harry August Schoth.

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