Maps: H (6)
These papers were generated and collected
by Henry Hansen, a paleobotanist, who served as Dean of the Graduate
school at Oregon State College until 1971. The collection includes
research materials, field notes and publications.
2 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / Photographs, Maps
The records of the Hatfield Marine Science
Center document the development and administration of the center, as well
as its instructional and research functions.
3.1 cubic feet; The Hatfield Marine Science Center Records are housed in 4 cubic foot boxes, 1 oversize box, and 1 oversize drawer.
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Maps
The Highway Maps of Oregon Counties consist of maps and orthophotographs (aerial images)
depicting roads, structures, and natural features for all 36 Oregon counties in the
1960s and 1970s.
1 cubic foot, including 332 maps; 1 oversize box
Natural Resources, Local History / Maps
The Lehi F. Hintze Geological Reconnaissance Maps of Oregon consist of geologic maps
prepared and assembled by Hintze for much of the state of Oregon. Lehi Ferdinand
Hintze was a faculty member in the Oregon State College Geology Department from 1949
1.5 cubic feet, including 117 maps; 1 oversize box and 1 map folder
University History, Natural Resources / Maps
The Horner Papers consist of materials
written or assembled by John B. Horner as an Oregon Agricultural College
history professor and writer on Oregon history and literature.
1 cubic foot; The Horner Papers are housed in one document box; one half-size document box; one 16x20 oversize box; and one 20x24 oversize box.
University History, Local History / Photographs, Maps
The James C. Howland Papers consist of materials generated and assembled by Howland
as an Oregon State
College student in the 1930s, during his military service in World War II, as an engineer
and founder of CH2M, and as a community and
civic leader in Corvallis, Oregon. Howland graduated from Oregon State College in
4.5 cubic feet, including 630 photographs and 1 videotape; 8 boxes, including 5 oversize boxes
University History, History of Science, Local History / Photographs, Scrapbooks, Videos, Maps