Maps: S (8)
The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps of Oregon are an extensive collection of detailed
maps of 178 towns and cities in Oregon beginning in the 1880s. The maps depict both
business and residential areas and provide information about the location of structures
and type of construction.
25 cubic feet, including 5571 maps; 28 boxes, including 25 oversize boxes
Local History, Natural Resources / Maps
The Satellite Images and Aerial Photographs of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest include
a variety of satellite images and aerial photographs depicting Oregon, Washington,
Idaho, and California. Most of the images are at a small scale and depict large areas;
more detailed images of Mt. St. Helens in Washington and the Oregon Coast are part
of the collection.
1 cubic foot, including 17 items; 3 map folders
University History, Natural Resources / Photographs, Maps
The Schoth Papers document research in
cover crops (vetches and clovers), forage crops, and turf and other
grasses conducted by Schoth as an agronomist with the U.S. Department of
Agriculture at Oregon State College.
7.1 cubic feet
University History / Photographs, Maps
The Siuslaw National Forest Aerial Photographs consist of photographic prints of the
southern half of the Siuslaw National Forest and include images of the Oregon coast
as well as the Coast Range. The photographs were made by the U.S. Forest Service
in the summers of 1972 and 1974.
1.25 cubic feet, including 1119 photographs; 4 boxes
Natural Resources / Photographs, Maps
The Spotted Owl Management, Policy, and
Research Collection consists of documents assembled by E. Charles Meslow
pertaining to the northern spotted owl controversy in the Pacific
Northwest during the 1980s and early 1990s. The documents include
published and unpublished materials such as scientific reports,
correspondence, management plans and proposals, environmental impact
statements, news articles, and documents submitted in litigation. Meslow
conducted research on the northern spotted owl with the Oregon Cooperative
Wildlife Research Unit at Oregon State University and served on the
Interagency Scientific Committee established in 1988 to address
conservation of the northern spotted owl.
16.25 cubic feet; 48 boxes and 2 map folders
University History, Natural Resources / , Maps
(1901-1988) enjoyed a widespread reputation as a distinguished
scientist and engineer. A 1923 graduate of Oregon Agricultural College,
he achieved international recognition for his work in the fields of
electrical engineering and nuclear physics. In 1958 Starr was awarded
the Department of the Interior's highest honor, the Distinguished
Service Award, for his work with the Bonneville Power Administration.
Starr's papers include personal correspondence and scientific reports,
with a focus on his work in nuclear fission and the transmission of
115 linear feet; 235 boxes
University History, History of Science, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Maps
The Benjamin B. Stout Papers consist of materials
created or assembled by Stout in his work as a forestry researcher, professor and
university administrator, and writer. Stout earned forestry degrees from West
Virginia, Harvard, and Rutgers Universities. He held positions at Harvard
University, Rutgers University, and the University of Montana until 1985 when he
joined the National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement
6 cubic feet; 6 boxes
University History, Natural Resources / Maps
The Ernst Thedore Stuhr Papers document
Stuhr's research and writing on medicinal plants and the pharmacy profession.
Stuhr served on the faculty of the Oregon State College School of Pharmacy from
1927 to 1944.
0.5 cubic feet; 1 box and 1 map folder
University History, History of Science / Maps