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Academic Affairs Records

Academic Affairs Records, 1942-2012

The Academic Affairs Records consist, in the main, of materials documenting curriculum coordination and development as well as awards, reviews of academic programs, materials from the Curriculum Council, and announcements.
RG 022
57.86 cubic feet; 41 archives boxes, 16 records boxes, and 8 document boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Office of Admissions Records

Office of Admissions Records, 1961-2009

The Office of Admissions Records document the recruitment and orientation of new students, primarily undergraduates, to Oregon State University. The records include reports, admissions data, correspondence, publications, and committee records. Of special note are materials documenting the recruitment of minority students and programs to foster the academic success and retention of minority students, primarily through the Educational Opportunities Program. The Office of Admissions was established in 1960.
RG 163
4.5 cubic feet, including 118 photographs; 7 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Affirmative Action Office Records

Affirmative Action Office Records, 1971-2010

The Affirmative Action Office Records document the development and implementation of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity programs at Oregon State University, especially with regard to women, ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. The records include subject files, affirmative action plans, policies and procedures, reports, and publications. The Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity was established at Oregon State University in 1972.
RG 172
18.5 cubic feet, including 5 photographs, 30 VHS videotapes and 15 audiocassettes; 21 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

Agriculture Photograph Collection

Agriculture Photograph Collection, ca. 1890-1970

This is an artificial collection of photos from many sources pertaining to various aspects of agriculture in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, the Midwest, and Canada.
P 040
0.5 cubic ft.; 421 prints and 105 negatives
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Alderman Farms Films

Alderman Farms Films, 1943-2001

The Alderman Farms Films document the farming operations of the Alderman Farms, located near Dayton, Oregon, during the 1940s and 1950s.
FV P 214
1 cubic foot, including 13 films and 11 videotapes; 1 box
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Alumni Association Motion Picture Films and Videotapes

Alumni Association Motion Picture Films and Videotapes, 1942-2003

The Alumni Association Motion Picture Films and Videotapes consist of moving image materials created or assembled by the Oregon State University Alumni Association. They include promotional films; recordings of special events, such as commencement and OSU centennial activities; films of football games; footage honoring Oregon State alumni; and videotapes of alumni award presentations.
FV P 017
4.4 cubic feet, including 25 motion picture film reels and 24 videotapes; 3 boxes and 9 film cans
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Neil Armantrout Papers

Neil Armantrout Papers, 1960-2001

The Neil Armantrout Papers consist of materials generated and collected by alumnus Neil Armantrout in the course of his dissertation research on fisheries in Iran and his work as a fishery biologist for the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon and Utah.
MSS Armantrout
13 cubic feet, including 584 photographs; 13 archives boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Asia University America Program Photographs

Asia University America Program Photographs, 1988-1992

The Asia University America Program Photographs document the programs, activities, and participants of the Asia University America Program (AUAP) at Oregon State University, established at OSU in 1988 to bring Japanese students to OSU for intensive English language training.
P 209
0.95 cubic foot, including 1300 photographs; 3 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center Records

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center Records, 1987-2011

The Asian & Pacific Cultural Center Records document programs and events sponsored by the Center; students and staff active in the Center; and other student organizations associated with the Center. The Center was established at Oregon State University in 1991 to educate the campus and local community about Asian and Pacific Islander cultures.
RG 245
5.5 cubic feet, including 1100 photographs; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box, and 4 map folders
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Associated Students of OSU (ASOSU) Photographs

Associated Students of OSU (ASOSU) Photographs, 1955-2001

The Associated Students of OSU (ASOSU) Photographs consist of images of ASOSU Presidents and sponsored events, as well as student lobbyists in Washington, D. C. (some associated with the Oregon Student Lobby) featured in a 1995 edition of the ASOSU Access newsletter.
P 154
0.06 cubic foot, including 225 photographs; 2 file folders
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU) Records

Associated Students of Oregon State University (ASOSU) Records, 1917-2014

The Associated Students of OSU Records document the administration of student government and its interaction with other campus organizations, offices, and bodies primarily for the 1960s through the 1990s.
RG 011
40 cubic feet; 44 boxes, including 10 oversize boxes and 1 map folder; 10 microfilm reels
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosMapsScrapbooks 

Association of Latin American Students Records

Association of Latin American Students Records, 1994-1999

The Association of Latin American Students Records consist of administrative records, scrapbooks, and videotapes documenting the activities of this organization of Oregon State University international students.
MSS ALAS
1 cubic foot, including 370 photographs and 3 videotapes; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosScrapbooks 

Baker, Walter R., Photographs

Baker, Walter R., Photographs, circa 1863 - circa 1930

The Walter R. Baker Photographs consists of images taken or collected by Baker during and soon after his student years at Oregon Agricultural College (OAC). The collection includes images of campus buildings and students as well photographs of buildings in and near Salem, Oregon, and of the Portland, Oregon, waterfront. Baker attended OAC from 1904 to 1909; he earned a BS in Electrical Engineering in 1908 and completed graduate work in 1909 leading to designation as an Electrical Engineer.
P 018
1.5 cubic feet, including 522 photographs; 15 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Basques of Harney County, Oregon, Oral History Collection

Basques of Harney County, Oregon, Oral History Collection, 1976-2001

The Basques of Harney County, Oregon, Oral History Collection consists of transcripts and audiotapes of 15 oral history interviews conducted in 1976 and 1979 as part of an inventory of historic sites in Harney County. Basque sheepherders immigrated to southeastern Oregon from the 1890s through the 1920s and worked as itinerant herders on the mountain ranges of Harney County until the 1930s.
OH 04
0.5 cubic foot, including 28 audiotapes and 3 photographs; 2 boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Beaver Yearbook Photographs

Beaver Yearbook Photographs, 1938-2005

The Beaver Yearbook Photographs consist of images taken by Beaver Yearbook staff that were used in the publication of the yearbook over the course of several decades.
P 003
16.71 cubic feet; 8 archives boxes, 12 document boxes and 3 oversize boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Walter S. Brown Photograph Album

Walter S. Brown Photograph Album, 1919-1942

The Walter S. Brown Photograph Album consists of images taken or assembled by Brown during trips throughout the United States and Canada documenting agricultural operations, especially orchards and processing facilities. Brown was a horticulturist and faculty member at Oregon State College from 1913 until his death in 1942.
P 274
0.5 cubic foot, including 418 photographs; 1 oversize box
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Oral Histories of the James Cant Ranch (John Day Valley, Oregon)

Oral Histories of the James Cant Ranch (John Day Valley, Oregon), 1982-1985

The Oral Histories of the James Cant Ranch are comprised of interviews with fifteen individuals that tell the story of James and Elizabeth Cant's successful agricultural operation - established in northeast Oregon on the John Day River in the early 1900s - and of rural agricultural life in the region where the Cant Ranch was located. The Cant family raised irrigated crops and livestock for over sixty years on a tract of land that came to encompass over 11,000 acres. In 1975 the Cant Ranch complex was purchased by the National Park Service for incorporation into the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
OH 25
0.5 cubic feet, including 31 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Central and Eastern Oregon Township Plats

Central and Eastern Oregon Township Plats, 1858-1939

The Central and Eastern Oregon Township Plats consist of reproductions of the original manuscript plat maps for townships in regions of Oregon east of the Cascade Mountains. Most of the plats were prepared in the 1870s-1890s.
MAPS GLOPlats
1.5 cubic feet, including 556 maps; 3 oversize boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps 

Centro Cultural César Chávez Records

Centro Cultural César Chávez Records, 1990-2012

The Centro Cultural César Chávez (4Cs) Records document activities and events sponsored by the Center; Oregon State University students, faculty, and staff affiliated with the Center; and the campus environment for Latino/a students at Oregon State. The 4Cs was established at Oregon State University in 1972.
RG 248
523 image files; 14.7 Gbytes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Othniel R. Chambers Papers

Othniel R. Chambers Papers, 1922-1951

The Othniel R. Chambers Papers document Chambers' graduate education at Ohio State University and his teaching and research as a faculty member at Oregon State College. They include lectures and related materials for radio presentations; class notes; and publications. Chambers earned his Ph.D. in psychology from Ohio State in 1926; he was professor and head of the Oregon State Psychology Department from 1929 until 1951.
MSS Chambers
1 cubic foot, including 1 photograph; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Te May Ching Papers

Te May Ching Papers, 1948-1988

The Te May Ching Papers consist of teaching and research records created and assembled by Te May Tsou Ching, professor of seed physiology from 1956 to 1988.
MSS Ching
15 cubic feet; 13 archives boxes, 1 document box, 1 half-document box, 1 12x17 oversize box, 3 5x8 card-file boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science 

CH2M Hill, Inc. Oral Histories

CH2M Hill, Inc. Oral Histories, 1961-1984

The CH2M Hill, Inc. Oral Histories document the evolution of the CH2M Hill engineering firm through the lens of personal histories of its principal founders and longtime employees. The collection consists of recordings and transcripts of interviews with seven individuals crucial to the creation, growth and character of the firm, as well as extensive background information compiled by the project's managers, employees of the Horner Museum.
OH 19
2 cubic feet, including 60 audiotapes and 24 photographs; 5 boxes
History of Science, University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesPhotographs 

Ava Milam Clark and Jesse C. Clark Photographic Collection

Ava Milam Clark and Jesse C. Clark Photographic Collection, ca. 1890-1968

The Ava Milam Clark and Jesse C. Clark Photographic Collection consists of personal photographs taken or collected by Ava Milam and Jesse C. Clark, most notably an album from Ava Milam's 1948 trip to China and Japan. Milam served as Dean of the School of Home Economics at Oregon State College from 1917 until 1950; she married Jesse Clark in 1952.
P 152
0.2 cubic ft.; approx. 120 prints and 5 color slides
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Ava Milam Clark Papers

Ava Milam Clark Papers, 1888-1972

The Ava Milam Clark Papers document Clark's role as Dean of Home Economics at Oregon State College from 1917 to 1950 and her international activities as a consultant to home economics programs in China, Japan, Korea, Iraq, and Syria.
MSS Clark
6.6 cubic feet; 1 microfilm reel
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Colegio César Chávez Collection

Colegio César Chávez Collection, 1978-2005

The Colegio César Chávez was established in 1973 as a four year Chicano serving institution in Mount Angel, Oregon. The Colegio César Chávez Collection consists of correspondence, publications, and photographs from the Arthur and Karen Olivo and Andrew Parodi Family and depicts their time living on the college campus grounds.
MSS Colegio
0.15 cubic foot, including 50 photographs; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Joe Cone Papers

Joe Cone Papers, 1952-1994

The Joe Cone Papers consist of materials created and assembled by Cone in the course of writing A Common Fate: Endangered Salmon and the People of the Pacific Northwest and include reference materials, correspondence, chapter drafts, and sound recordings of interviews pertaining to the history and sociology of the Northwest salmon crisis.
MSS Cone
3.5 cubic feet, including 52 cassette tapes; 5 boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesBorn-Digital Materials 

Charles W. Cormack Papers

Charles W. Cormack Papers, 1954-1990

The Charles W. Cormack Papers consist of records generated and collected by Cormack, an Anthropology professor, that pertain to his research and teaching post at OSU.
MSS Cormack
1.9 cubic feet; 2 archives boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Corvallis College Benefit Broadside

Corvallis College Benefit Broadside, 1859

The Corvallis College Benefit Broadside publicizes a program of vaudeville performances, music, and a blackface minstrel act on women's rights presented on December 31, 1859 as a benefit for Corvallis College.
MSS CorvallisCollegeBenefit
0.02 cubic foot; 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History 

Counseling and Psychological Services Records

Counseling and Psychological Services Records, 1965-2007

The Counseling and Psychological Services Records consist of reports, announcements, and research publications documenting the activities of the office and Oregon State University students. The Counseling and Testing Bureau was established at Oregon State in 1946 to provide services to World War II veterans; services were expanded to all Oregon State students in 1948.
RG 157
1.5 cubic feet; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

Oregon State University Cultural Centers Oral History Collection

Oregon State University Cultural Centers Oral History Collection, 2013-2014

The Oregon State University Cultural Centers Oral History Collection consists of interviews conducted with undergraduate and graduate student staff members of two of OSU's cultural centers - the Native American Longhouse and the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center. Documented within the collection are interviewees' thoughts on working in the centers, the purpose and future direction of the organizations, and negotiating life as a student of color at OSU.
OH 21
12 sound files; 4.40 gigabytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Diversity Development Office Records

Diversity Development Office Records, 1998-2005

Established to supervise the four OSU Cultural Centers and the Pride Center, the Diversity Development Office promoted access to cultural, social, academic, and career resources through information sharing and event planning. This collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, publications, and training manuals.
RG 228
0.9 cubic foot; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives 

George Edmonston, Jr. Collection

George Edmonston, Jr. Collection, 1907-2011

The George Edmonston, Jr. Collection primarily consists of materials collected and generated by Edmonston over the course of his nineteen years (1986-2005) as editor of the Oregon Stater alumni magazine, during which time he wrote dozens of articles on the history of the university. The collection includes original and reproduced photographs and other primary sources used by Edmonston in his research and writing on OSU and the Willamette Valley. Also included are materials documenting the activities of the Oregon Stater, the OSU Alumni Association and the OSU 30-Staters Clubs both before and during Edmonston's time at OSU, as well as items written by Edmonston for publication outside of the Oregon Stater.
MSS Edmonston
2.8 cubic feet, including 497 photographs, 2 compact discs and 2 DVDs; 717 megabytes born digital; 6 boxes including 2 oversize boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

School of Education Records

School of Education Records, 1936-2009

The School of Education Records document the academic and research programs of the School of Education at Oregon State University in elementary and secondary teacher education as well as vocational and adult education. Teacher education began at OSU in 1909 under the department of Industrial Education and culminated with the merger of the College of Education with Western Oregon College (now Western Oregon University) from 1982 to 1989.
RG 184
27.1 cubic feet; 28 boxes; 1 microfilm reel
University History, Multicultural Archives 

Educational Opportunities Program Records

Educational Opportunities Program Records, 1983-1999

The Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) Records document the administration and activities of the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at Oregon State University, a federally funded program for students of migrant or seasonal farmworkers, and other EOP programs that support non-traditional students.
RG 230
1.2 cubic feet; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

English Language Institute Records

English Language Institute Records, 1965-2009

The English Language Institute Records document the promotional activities and special programs of the intensive English language instruction program established at Oregon State University in 1965.
RG 234
18.4 cubic feet; 28 archives boxes and 6 oversize boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / VideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Ethnic Studies Department Records

Ethnic Studies Department Records, 2005

The Ethnic Studies Department Records consist of video recordings of a symposium, Sojourners, Settlers, New Immigrants: Mexicanos in Oregon Ayer y Hoy, held at Oregon State University in 2005.
RG 227
0.1 cubic foot; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Evans, Gwil, Photographic Collection

Evans, Gwil, Photographic Collection, 1930-1968

This extensive photographic collection consists of photographs taken by the staff of the Oregon State College (and later Oregon State University) News Bureau.
P 082
6 cubic feet; approx. 3000 prints and 5000 negatives.
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science, Local History / Photographs 

Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection

Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection, 1915-1963

The Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection consists of images that were created and assembled for use in Oregon State College Extension Service publications and county reports. They document extension activities in agriculture, home economics, and youth programs.
P 020
1.2 cubic feet, including 2200 photographs; 8 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Extension and Experiment Station Communications Moving Images

Extension and Experiment Station Communications Moving Images, 1937-2007

The Extension and Experiment Station Communication Moving Images include motion picture films, videotapes and DVDs of final productions and raw footage documenting the variety of Oregon State University Extension and Experiment Station outreach and research activities in agriculture, forestry, home economics, fisheries, and 4-H.
FV P 120
65 cubic feet, including 1,152 films, 696 videotapes, 130 U-matic cassette tapes, 14 videotape reels, 5 Betacam tapes and 4 DVDs; 164 boxes and 7 film cans
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Extension and Experiment Station Communications Records

Extension and Experiment Station Communications Records, 1934-2003

The Extension and Experiment Station Communications Records document preparation of publications, news releases, radio programs, and public service announcements by Oregon State University Extension programs in agriculture, home economics, marine resources, and 4-H. In addition, the records document the communication of the results of OSU Agricultural Experiment Station research to the public and other researchers. The records include sound recordings, publication records, and biographical files for Extension agents and specialists.
RG 069
11.2 cubic ft.; 8 boxes, including one oversize box and 3 microfilm reels; 548 audio tapes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Extension Service Photographs

Extension Service Photographs, 1900-2007

The Extension Service Photographs document Extension programs, activities, and staff throughout Oregon as well as Oregon agriculture. The Extension Service was established in Oregon in 1911.
P 062
2.4 cubic feet, including 3350 photographs; 9 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Extension Service Records

Extension Service Records, 1903-2011

The Extension Service Records pertain to the administration and programmatic activities of the Oregon State University Extension Service. The records document policies and procedures, research activities, special events, and services provided to Oregonians at the state and county levels. They also document the service's relationship with the federal government and extension services in other states.
RG 111
136 cubic ft.; The Extension Service records are housed in 133 cubic foot boxes, 1 document case, 7 oversize boxes, five film cans and 1 oversize drawer.; 218 microfilm reels
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesMapsScrapbooksBorn-Digital Materials 

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty Senate Records, 1944-2012

The Faculty Senate records document the development, administration and activities of the OSU Faculty Senate and its various committees.
RG 044
8.3 cubic ft.; 5 microfilm reels
University History, Multicultural Archives / Born-Digital Materials 

Paul Lawrence Farber Papers

Paul Lawrence Farber Papers, 1910-2011

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.
MSS Farber
28 linear feet; 55 boxes; 1.13 GB born digital
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Ed Ferguson Oregon Anti-Apartheid Scrapbook

Ed Ferguson Oregon Anti-Apartheid Scrapbook, 1980-2012

The Ed Ferguson Oregon Anti-Apartheid Scrapbook documents the protest and educational campaign led by the Oregon State University (OSU) African Students' Association in response to OSU wrestling coach Dale Thomas' association with the South African wrestling community. Ed Ferguson, a specialist in African history, was a faculty member in the History Department at Oregon State University from 1979 to 1991.
MSS Apartheid
0.1 cubic foot; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Scrapbooks 

Fisheries and Wildlife Department Photographs

Fisheries and Wildlife Department Photographs, 1938-1986

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 Unit.
P 179
2.6 cubic foot, including 402 photographs, 4,383 slides and 200 negatives; 3 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science / Photographs 

Wilson H. Foote Photographs

Wilson H. Foote Photographs, 1948-1955

The Wilson H. Foote Photographs consist of color slides taken by Foote during his early years at Oregon State College. The images depict the Oregon State College campus, students, and athletic events; agricultural scenes; Oregon landscapes and landmarks; and landscapes of western North America. Foote was a faculty member in farm crops and administrator in the Agricultural Experiment Station from 1948 until his retirement in 1984.
P 268
0.15 cubic foot, including 241 photographs; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

4-H Photograph Collection

4-H Photograph Collection, 1913-2005

The 4-H Photograph Collection documents Oregon 4-H programs, projects, and participants in agriculture, home economics, natural science, and recreational activities. The 4-H youth program is administered through the Oregon State University Extension Service and was established in the early 1910s.
P 146
8.8 cubic feet, including 11,800 photographs and 3 audio cassettes; 26 boxes, including 4 oversize boxes, and 2 map folders
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Margaret Wynne Fox Photograph Collection

Margaret Wynne Fox Photograph Collection, circa 1985 - circa 2005

The Margaret Wynne Fox Photograph Collection consists of photographs of Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) students and faculty assembled by Fox. Fox was an Assistant Professor with the Educational Opportunities Program at Oregon State University from 1982 until her retirement in 2007. The images are all available online.
P 287
46 image files; 1.3 Gbytes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Garman, John, Photographic Collection

Garman, John, Photographic Collection, 1894-1966

This personal collection of photographs taken and assembled by John Garman includes many studies of campus buildings and sights, as well as extensive photographic studies from vacations in the 1960s.
P 095
2 cubic feet; approx. 925 prints and 320 negatives.
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Gifford Photographic Collection

Gifford Photographic Collection, circa 1885 - 1958

The Gifford Photographic Collection consists primarily of photographs taken by four Gifford Family photographers: Ralph I. Gifford; his father, Benjamin A. Gifford; his wife, Wanda Gifford; and his son, Ben L. Gifford. The collection also includes motion pictures filmed by Ralph I Gifford, some photographs for whom the photographer is not identified, images by other photographers, and documentary materials. The Gifford Family's photographic work began in 1888, when Benjamin A. Gifford emigrated to Portland, and continued into the 1950s. The collection documents Oregon landmarks and scenic views on the Oregon coast and in the Cascade Mountains, Willamette Valley, and central and eastern Oregon; agriculture in Oregon; and Native Americans, especially of the Columbia Plateau.
P 218
14.3 cubic feet, including 7372 photographs and 8 film reels; 82 boxes, including 7 oversize boxes; 2 map folders; and 1 film can
Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources / PhotographsVideos 

Gifford, Benjamin A., Photographs

Gifford, Benjamin A., Photographs, circa 1885 - circa 1920

The Benjamin A. Gifford Photographs consist of photographs made by Gifford during his career as a photographer in Portland and The Dalles, Oregon. The images depict Native Americans, primarily of the Columbia Plateau region; the Columbia River and the Historic Columbia River Highway; Central and Eastern Oregon; Gifford Family members; and many unidentified individuals and groups. Gifford arrived in Oregon and worked first in Portland until 1895, when he opened a studio in The Dalles. He returned to Portland in 1910.
P 218-SG 1
4.5 cubic feet, including 855 photographs; 49 boxes, including 1 oversize box, and 1 map folder
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Ralph I. Gifford Motion Pictures

Ralph I. Gifford Motion Pictures, circa 1925-1940

The Ralph I. Gifford Motion Pictures consist of The New Oregon Trail, a tourism film photographed by Ralph I. Gifford for the Oregon State Highway Department, and unedited motion film clips of a variety of subjects, including alpine search and rescue. Ralph I. Gifford became the first photographer of the Travel and Information Department of the Oregon State Highway Commission in 1936, a position he held until his death in 1947.
P 218-SG 3
0.5 cubic foot, including 8 film reels; 1 box and 1 film can
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Gifford, Ralph I., Photographs

Gifford, Ralph I., Photographs, circa 1910s - 1947

The Ralph I. Gifford Photographs consist of images taken by Gifford throughout Oregon, primarily during the 1930s and 1940s. The photographs depict many Oregon landmarks and scenes, including the Oregon Coast, Crater Lake, Mount Hood, the Wallowa Mountains, and the Snake River Canyon. The collection includes numerous images of sport fishing as well as several photographs of Native Americans. Ralph Gifford was the son of Benjamin A. Gifford and took over his father's Portland photography business around 1920. In 1936, Ralph became the first photographer of the newly established Travel and Information Department of the Oregon State Highway Department, a position he held until his death in 1947.
P 218-SG 2
2.5 cubic feet, including 2089 photographs ; 17 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes, and 1 map folder
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

F. A. Gilfillan Papers

F. A. Gilfillan Papers, 1894-1984

The F. A. Gilfillan Papers are comprised of materials generated and assembled by Francois Archibald Gilfillan, Dean of the School of Science at OSU from 1939 to 1962. The collection includes professional and family correspondence, administrative documents from OSU and other educational organizations, and materials documenting Gilfillan’s work as a public school teacher, member of the U.S. Army Chemical Warfare Service, and Oregon State faculty member and administrator.
MSS Gilfillan
11 cubic feet including 75 photographic prints, 725 slides, 6 audiocasettes, and 1 16mm film; 34 boxes including 1 oversize boxs
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

W.J. Gilstrap Papers

W.J. Gilstrap Papers, 1897-1950

The W.J. Gilstrap Papers consist of a memoir written by Gilstrap describing his family, education, and career as a physician as well as publications documenting his activities as an Oregon Agricultural College student and alumnus. Gilstrap earned a BS in Agriculture in 1898 from Oregon Agricultural College. After completing his medical degree in 1903, he worked as a physician and druggist in Sheridan and Portland, Oregon.
MSS Gilstrap
0.05 cubic feet; 1 box; 1 document file; 1 Mbyte
Multicultural Archives, University History, History of Science / Born-Digital Materials 

Erlinda Gonzales-Berry Papers

Erlinda Gonzales-Berry Papers, 1969-2010

The Erlinda Gonzales-Berry Papers document the research and publishing of Gonzales-Berry in the fields of Latino literature and culture and immigration from Mexico to the United States and include publications and speeches, awards, photographs, sound recordings, and a videotape. Gonzales-Berry was chair of the Oregon State University Ethnic Studies Department from 1997 until 2007.
MSS Gonzales-Berry
1.8 cubic feet, including 14 photographs and 1 videotape; 2 boxes, including one oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Greek Life Office Records

Greek Life Office Records, 1960-2014

The Greek Life Office Records consist of materials pertaining to various fraternity and sorority chapters at OSU, including material collected by Director for Greek Life, Bob Kerr.
RG 223
7.48 cubic feet; 11 archives boxes, 1 document box, 1 oversize box and 1 oversize cabinet drawer
University History, Multicultural Archives 

Froduald Harelimana Collection

Froduald Harelimana Collection, 1994-1997

The Froduald Harelimana Collection consists of materials documenting Irma Delson's campaign to bring Rwandan doctoral student Froduald Harelimana and his son to the U.S. after fleeing civil war in Rwanda.
MSS Harelimana
0.8 cubic foot; 1 archives box
University History, Multicultural Archives

Harriet's Photograph Collection

Harriet's Photograph Collection, 1868-1996

Harriet's Collection - named for the first University Archivist, Harriet Moore - is an artificial collection of photographic images documenting the full range of Oregon State University programs and activities from its founding as Corvallis College in 1868. The collection consists of about 25 cubic feet of photographic prints and negatives (approximately 30,000 items) dating from the late 19th century to the present.
P HC
25 cubic ft.; approx. 30,000 items.
Multicultural Archives, University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Local History / Photographs 

Robert W. Henderson Papers

Robert W. Henderson Papers, 1933-2005

The Robert W. Henderson Papers document Henderson's student years at Oregon State College; his work with Kasetsart University in Thailand; his resarch as a plant breeder and an Assistant Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station; his long-time interest in photography; and the slide presentations he developed about OSU agricultural research. Henderson graduated from Oregon State College in 1938 and served as a faculty member and administrator at OSU from 1946 until his retirement in 1976.
MSS Henderson
12.1 cubic feet, including 1,150 photographs, 128 sound recordings, 4 films, and 1 video; 11 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science, Local History / VideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Donald David Hill Collection

Donald David Hill Collection, 1927-1990

The Donald David Hill Collection consists of travel reports describing Hill's visits to Asia, Africa, and Latin America, as well as a memoir essay written by Hill about his life and work. Hill served on the faculty of the university's Farm Crops Department from 1927-1959.
MSS HillD
0.17 cubic foot; 1 file folder, 1 document box, and 1 16x20 oversize box
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives 

Godfrey Hoerner Collection

Godfrey Hoerner Collection, 1912-1959

The Godfrey Hoerner Collection consists of photograph albums depicting Hoerner's student years at Oregon Agricultral College and the University of Minnesota, as well as his four year tenure working at the Kasetsart University in Thailand.
MSS Hoerner
3.15 cubic feet; 1 document box, 1 archives box, 1 legal size box, 2 16x20 and 1 12x17 oversize boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Holocaust Memorial Program Records

Holocaust Memorial Program Records, 1945-2009

The Holocaust Memorial Program Records consist primarily of videorecordings (DVDs) of lectures given at Oregon State University as part of the annual observance. Posters, a booklet about the Holocaust by Paul E. Kopperman, and a 1945 watercolor of the POW camp at Hersbruck, Germany are also included. Oregon State's Holocaust Memorial Program was established in 1987 and offers special events as an observance of Holocaust Memorial Week during the spring of each year.
RG 241
0.25 cubic foot, including 11 DVDs; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Horner Museum Oral History Collection

Horner Museum Oral History Collection, 1952-1993

The Horner Museum Oral History Collection consists of more than 250 oral history interviews conducted or assembled by the Horner Museum. The interviews address a variety of topics including the stories of Oregon State University faculty, students, and academic departments; the history of Corvallis and Benton County, Oregon; evolving economic and cultural perspectives on natural resources in rural Oregon; the life experiences of Native Americans and other ethnic minorities in the region; and the recollections of Americans born in the first few decades of the twentieth century.
OH 10
9.8 cubic feet, including 418 audiocassettes and 103 photographs; 20 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Horner Museum Records

Horner Museum Records, 1924-2001

The Horner Museum Records contain materials pertaining to the management of the Horner Museum. These materials include reports, proposals, correspondence and a list of records and photograph collections held in the museum.
RG 199
75 cubic feet; 89 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

J.B. Horner Photograph Collection

J.B. Horner Photograph Collection, 1846 - circa 1925

The J.B. Horner Photograph Collection consists of images assembled by Horner depicting historical figures and groups of people, such as members of the Siletz and Umatilla Indian tribes, as well as locations around Oregon. The collection also contains a number of images depicting early life on the Oregon State University campus and individuals associated with the university. John B. Horner taught English and history at Oregon Agricultural College from 1891 until his death in 1933.
P 100
0.25 cubic foot, including 176 photographs ; 5 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Human Development and Family Sciences Department Records

Human Development and Family Sciences Department Records, 1940-2012

The Human Development and Family Sciences Department Records consist of materials pertaining to HDFS department programs; records of the Home Economics Communication and Education program; and project records, publications, and materials pertaining to the research project "Patterns of Involvement in Business and Family Life Among Fishing Families."
RG 085
11.87 cubic feet; 12 archives boxes, 2 document boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

International Education Records

International Education Records, 1960-2013

The International Education Records consist of annual reports, correspondence, administrative records, policy and procedure statements, memoranda and other assorted records generated by the Office of International Education
RG 164
28.1 cubic feet; 28 archives boxes, 38 file folders, 5 document boxes, 1 half-document box, and 1 Hollinger box
University History, Multicultural Archives 

International Programs Photographs

International Programs Photographs, 1986-2000

The International Programs Photographs include images documenting program retreats and portraits of recipients of International Cultural Service Program scholarships.
P 246
0.03 cubic foot, including 17 photographs; 2 file folders
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

International Research and Development Office Records.

International Research and Development Office Records. 1991-2007

The International Research and Development Office Records consist solely of the reports and publications generated by the Pond Dynamics/Aquaculture Collaborative Research Support Program and include administrative reports, technical reports, publications catalogs, and the program's quarterly newsletter, Aquanews.
RG 211
0.6 cubic foot; 2 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives 

International Students of Oregon State University Records

International Students of Oregon State University Records, 1970-2011

The International Students of Oregon State University (ISOSU) Records document the administration, programs, and membership of this organization of international students at Oregon State. The collection includes administrative records, promotional materials, photographs, and a video recording. The ISOSU was established in 1976.
RG 247
1.3 cubic feet, including 40 photographs; 2 boxes and 1 map folder
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Jackman, Edwin Russell, Photographic Collection

Jackman, Edwin Russell, Photographic Collection, ca. 1875-1964

The collection consists of images collected or taken by E. R. Jackman, many of which were used to illustrate his books and other writings. Most were taken in the eastern, Columbia Basin, and southern parts of Oregon, where Jackman spent considerable time as an extension specialist.
P 089
2 cubic feet; approx. 1800 items.
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Royal G. Jackson Papers

Royal G. Jackson Papers, circa 1905 - 1992

The Royal G. Jackson Papers consist of materials created or assembled by Jackson in the course of his research. The bulk of the materials pertain to the history of the Oregon State University College of Forestry, McDonald – Dunn Research forest, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Arboretum, and nature-based tourism in central Oregon and Costa Rica. The papers include extensive oral history sound recordings and photographs, in addition to manuscripts, publications and reference materials. Jackson was a faculty member in the Oregon State University College of Forestry from 1970 until 2004.
MSS JacksonR
4.25 cubic feet including 1050 photographs and 214 sound recordings; 12 boxes and 2 map folders
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / PhotographsMapsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection

Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection, 1994-2008

The Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection consists of digital recordings of oral history interviews of Japanese Americans living in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, and the vicinity. These oral histories document the immigrant experiences of the interviewees' parents and grandparents; the World War II experiences of the interviewees in internment camps; and their lives in Eugene and neighboring communities in the years following the war.
OH 15
0.15 cubic foot, including 2 DVDs; 1 box; 45 sound files, 49 image files, and 12 document files; 11 Gbytes
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesBorn-Digital Materials 

Annabelle E. Jaramillo Papers

Annabelle E. Jaramillo Papers, 1967-2012

The Annabelle E. Jaramillo Papers document Jaramillo's work as a member of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council from 1997 to 2001; her advocacy for minorities and women with the Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs and National Image, Inc.; her work as a research botanist with the U.S. Forest Service; and her graduate research at Portland State University.
MSS Jaramillo
18.1 cubic feet, including 300 photographs; 19 boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories

Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories, 1979-1993

The Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories document Jensen's life and work as an important figure in the study and evolution of Alaskan Eskimo culture in the latter decades of the twentieth century. Under contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Jensen spent twenty-seven years establishing educational and cultural exchange programs with Alaska's Eskimo communities. Along the way he collected some 4,000 art pieces and artifacts which, in 1985, formed the nucleus of the Jensen Arctic Museum, currently housed on the campus of Western Oregon University, where Jensen served as professor of Education.
OH 22
0.4 cubic feet, including 17 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Wallace L. Kadderly Papers

Wallace L. Kadderly Papers, 1931-1963

The Kadderly Papers consist of agriculture-related materials produced or collected by Kadderly during his work overseas as a farm broadcaster on the radio.
MSS Kadderly
5 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesMaps 

KOAC-TV Films

KOAC-TV Films, 1947-1975

The KOAC-TV Films were produced by or for KOAC-TV or are kinescope films of KOAC-TV broadcasts. KOAC-TV was established in 1957 by the Oregon State System of Higher Education.
FV P 207
8.5 cubic feet; 96 film reels
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Thomas Kraemer Speech and Blog

Thomas Kraemer Speech and Blog, 2006

Oregon State University alumnus Thomas Kraemer helped to found the Gay Peoples Alliance, the first officially recognized gay student group at OSU, in 1976. The Thomas Kraemer Speech and Blog contains a presentation Kraemer made for Queer History Month in 2006 on the history of gay student groups at OSU from 1976 to 2006.
MSS Kraemer
0.08 cubic foot; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Born-Digital Materials 

Kupono Cooperative House Scrapbook

Kupono Cooperative House Scrapbook, 1939-1943

The Kupono Cooperative House Scrapbook documents the membership and activities of this housing cooperative for men students at Oregon State College. The scrapbook includes descriptions of activities, lists of members, newspaper clippings, ephemera, dance cards, and photographs.
MSS Kupono
0.15 cubic foot, including 18 photographs; 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooks 

Rebecca Landis Papers

Rebecca Landis Papers, 1995-2003

The Rebecca Landis Papers consist of materials gathered and created by Landis during her career as a freelance writer for the Albany Democrat-Herald, the Oregon Stater magazine, and various university publications. Rebecca Landis came to Corvallis in 1991. In 1995 she became active in operating farmers' markets and began freelance writing and editing for the Oregon Stater and other campus organizations.
MSS LandisR
0.70 cubic foot; 1 archives box
University History, Local History, Multicultural Archives 

Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center Records

Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center Records, 1966-2011

The Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center Records document activities and events sponsored by the Center, Oregon State University students and staff affiliated with the Center, and the campus environment for African-American students at Oregon State since the 1960s. The Black Cultural Center was established at Oregon State University in 1975.
RG 244
2 cubic feet, including 1,600 photographs; 3 boxes, including 1 oversize box, and 1 map folder
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooksBorn-Digital Materials 

Robert W. MacVicar Papers

Robert W. MacVicar Papers, 1942-1995

The MacVicar Papers document the activities of Robert MacVicar, who served as President of OSU from 1970 to 1984. These records primarily focus upon MacVicar's work and personal life outside the university.
MSS MacVicar
2.1 cubic feet; These records are housed in 2 cubic foot boxes, 2 document boxes, and 1 16x20 oversize box.
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science / Photographs 

Mater Engineering Tribal Consultation Files

Mater Engineering Tribal Consultation Files, 1920-1995

The Mater Engineering Tribal Consultation Files were generated and assembled by Mater Engineering, Ltd. and pertain to the company's consulting work with Native American tribes in the use of their forest lands. Mater Engineering, Ltd., located in Corvallis, Oregon, provides engineering and consultation services to the forest products industry.
MSS MaterEngineering
10 cubic feet; 10 boxes
Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Media Services Moving Images

Media Services Moving Images, 1957-2002

The Media Services Moving Images consist of motion picture films produced by the Classroom Television department; videotapes recorded or produced by the Communication Media Center; raw film footage and media elements; and streaming video files produced by Media Services. They include recordings of classroom lectures for hygiene and health education classes; commencement and other special events; and lectures by faculty and visiting speakers at Oregon State University as well as training and informational tapes pertaining to a variety of topics including cultural diversity, computer graphics, and multimedia technology.
FV P 119
13 cubic feet, including 130 films reels, 57 videotapes, 12 sound recordings, and 40 color slides; 12 boxes and 21 film cans
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesBorn-Digital Materials 

Oregon State University Memorabilia Collection

Oregon State University Memorabilia Collection, ca. 1860-present

The Memorabilia Collection is an artificial collection containing items of interest about Oregon State University and to a lesser extent, the city of Corvallis, and the state of Oregon.
MC
86 cubic feet; 190 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesMapsBorn-Digital Materials 

Memorial Union Records

Memorial Union Records, 1922-2010

The Memorial Union Records consist of handbooks, annual reports, pledge and payment record cards, files pertaining to Memorial Union functions and activities, scrapbooks, two carillonic bell rolls, and assorted announcements.
RG 099
30.76 cubic feet; 36 file folders, 23 archives boxes, 2 16x20 oversize box, 7 document boxes, 10 6x8 index card boxes, 1 20x24 oversize box, 2 cubic foot boxes, and 8 bound volumes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Scrapbooks 

Dean of Men Records

Dean of Men Records, 1926-1981

The Dean of Men Records consist of materials created or assembled by the Dean of Men reflecting various programs and activities for male students at Oregon State University including recruitment, honorary societies, social fraternities, and organizations such at the Dad's Club and OSU Federation. U.G. Dubach served as Dean of Men from 1924 to 1947 and Dan Poling from 1947 to 1970.
RG 134
0.25 cubic foot; 1 box; 2 microfilm reels
University History, Multicultural Archives / Scrapbooks 

Oral Histories of the Oregon State University Microbiology Department

Oral Histories of the Oregon State University Microbiology Department, 1964-1989

The Oral Histories of the Oregon State University Microbiology Department recount the department's history through the perspective of Walter Bollen and Mabel Pernot. Bollen earned two degrees from Oregon Agricultural College prior to his beginning a career on the OSU microbiology faculty that spanned nearly sixty years. Pernot was the daughter of Emile F. Pernot - the father of the university's microbiology program - and the granddaughter of George Coote, an early campus horticulturist. The Pernot interviews discuss, at length, both the history of the department as well as the story of the Pernot and Coote families.
OH 24
0.8 cubic feet, including 27 audiocassettes and 45 photographs; 3 boxes
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesPhotographs 

Microbiology Department Records

Microbiology Department Records, 1893-2002

The Microbiology Department Records document the teaching, research, and service functions of the department and include correspondence, research records, and information about faculty.
RG 191
6.3 cubic feet
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooks 

Milagro (Miracle Theatre Group) Records

Milagro (Miracle Theatre Group) Records, 1966-2014

The Milagro (Miracle Theatre Group) Records consist of the theatre's administrative records, production files, and community outreach work. Also included is the company's artwork, videos and audio of performances, correspondence, and promotional materials. Established in 1985 by José González and Dañel Malán, Milagro is the premier Latino arts and cultures program in the northwest. The theatre produces both classical and contemporary performances that are English, Spanish, or bilingual. Milagro is still active to this day.
MSS Milagro
21 cubic feet, including 2,250 photographs, 118 videotapes, 130 CDs and DVDs, 20 cassettes, and 151 floppy disks; 21 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes, and 4 map folders
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Minority Education Office Records Records

Minority Education Office Records Records, 1998-2005

The Minority Education Office Records consist of two Casa Educacional Photograph Albums documenting the activities and programs of Casa Educacional, including the 2004 National MEChA Conference held at Oregon State University. Casa Educacional provides support and advocacy services for Latina/o and Chicana/o students at Oregon State Unviersity.
RG 229
0.6 cubic foot; 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Richard Y. Morita Papers

Richard Y. Morita Papers, 1949-2005

The Richard Y. Morita Papers consist of materials documenting Morita's career in microbiology and oceanography including research article and chapter drafts, correspondence, grant related records, brochures, certificates, newspaper clippings and photographs.
MSS Morita
1.65 cubic feet; 2 archives boxes and 4 file folders including 2 photographs
University History, Multicultural Archives, History of Science / Photographs 

Jean Moule Papers

Jean Moule Papers, 1975-2011

The Jean Moule Papers document Moule's teaching, research, and writing in the field of multicultural education, especially teacher training. The Papers include publications, course materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Moule earned a Ph.D. from Oregon State University in 1998 and was a faculty member in the Oregon State University College of Education from 1998 until her retirement in 2011.
MSS Moule
2.4 cubic feet, including 18 photographs; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Office of Multicultural Affairs Records

Office of Multicultural Affairs Records, 1986-2009

The Office of Multicultural Affairs Records document the administration and functioning of the Office, which was established in 1991, and the variety of multicultural programs and activities for students and faculty at Oregon State University. The Records also reflect the many associated duties of Phyllis Lee, Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs from 1992 until her retirement in 2003.
RG 225
17.5 cubic feet, including 588 photographs; 20 boxes and 1 map folder
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Harry S. Nakaue Papers

Harry S. Nakaue Papers, 1975-1997

The Harry S. Nakaue Papers consist of materials relating to Nakaue's teaching career as a poultry science professor at Oregon State University.
MSS Nakaue
19.25 cubic feet; 20 archives boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Corvallis Branch Records

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Corvallis Branch Records, 1971-1974

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Corvallis Branch Records document the early years of the Corvallis Branch and its activities and programs to address racial discrimination in education, employment, and housing. The records include annual reports, correspondence, resolutions, press releases, petitions, and resolutions. The Corvallis Branch was chartered in 1971.
MSS NAACPCorvallis
0.45 cubic foot; 1 box
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History 

Native American Maps Collection

Native American Maps Collection, 1875-1972

The Native American Maps Collection consists of maps of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in north central Oregon; a map of the tribes of Alaska; and maps of reservation lands in the United States.
MAPS Native
0.5 cubic foot, including 64 maps; 4 map folders and 1 oversize box
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps 

News and Communication Services Motion Picture Films and Videotapes

News and Communication Services Motion Picture Films and Videotapes, 1942-2000

The News and Communication Services Motion Picture Films and Videotapes consist of raw footage and final productions of news releases and public service announcements documenting and promoting Oregon State University students and faculty; research and academic programs; and athletics and student activities. The bulk of the collection was recorded or filmed in the 1970s and 1980s on 16 mm film or 3/4" Umatic videotape.
FV P 057
55 cubic feet, including 802 videotapes, 415 film reels, and 2 audiotapes; 73 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / VideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

News and Communication Services Photograph Collection

News and Communication Services Photograph Collection, 1949-1999

The News and Communication Services Photograph Collection contains images generated and collected by the News and Communication Services Office that depict campus buildings, faculty and staff, recreational and athletic activities, and other events.
P 057
8.05 cubic feet, including 9,200 prints; 6 archives boxes and 5 document boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

News and Communication Services Records

News and Communication Services Records, 1940-2004

The News and Communication Services Records document the public relations activities of Oregon State University, especially with the news media. The records consists primarily of biographical files for faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and others affiliated with Oregon State and press releases.
RG 203
14.7 cubic feet, including 129 sound recordings; 19 boxes; 2 microfilm reels
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Marie Norris Collection

Marie Norris Collection, 1974-2004

The Marie Norris Collection consists of materials documenting Native American activist, storyteller, and historian Marie Norris, as well as a manuscript that she authored titled "Along Klamath Waters." Norris was born in Modoc Point, Oregon in 1920 and dedicated her life to serving the Klamath community.
MSS Norris
0.25 cubic foot; 1 document box
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Oral Histories of Northern Cheyenne Descendants of the Battle of Little Bighorn

Oral Histories of Northern Cheyenne Descendants of the Battle of Little Bighorn, 1985-1987

The Oral Histories of Northern Cheyenne Descendants of the Battle of Little Bighorn collection documents a project, led in the mid-1980s by Oregon State University professor Royal Jackson, that sought to capture the perspective of contemporary Northern Cheyenne tribal members on the famous 1876 battle between certain of their ancestors and the U.S. 7th Cavalry, led by Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer. The interviews held in this collection also lend extensive insight into the changes experienced by the Northern Cheyenne people throughout the twentieth century and provide a snapshot of the Northern Cheyenne as they viewed themselves in the mid-1980s.
OH 20
0.4 cubic feet, including 28 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Obo Addy Legacy Project Collection

Obo Addy Legacy Project Collection, 1970-2013

The Obo Addy Legacy Project Collection consists of records, promotional materials, and various forms of media related to the Homowo African Arts and Cultures organization. Obo Addy's personal materials include correspondence, promotional materials, and photographs. Obo Addy, a master drummer at the age of six, established the Homowo African Arts and Cultures organization with his wife and manager Susan Addy as a way to celebrate and preserve the traditional music of Ghana and Africa. The organization was established in 1986 and is currently active with community outreach and concerts.
MSS Addy
19 cubic feet, including 1510 photographs, 172 videotapes, and 50 CDs and DVDs; 20 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Geraldine I. Olson Papers

Geraldine I. Olson Papers, 1992-2000

The Geraldine I. Olson Papers document Olson's teaching, research, and international activities as a home economics faculty member at Oregon State University. Olson joined the Oregon State University School of Home Economics in 1975 as head of the Home Management Department. Olson served as a faculty member at Oregon State until her retirement in 2000.
MSS Olson
1.7 cubic feet, including 85 photographs and 1 audiocassette; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Oregon Central Military Road Map

Oregon Central Military Road Map, 1865

The Oregon Central Military Road Map depicts a portion of the Oregon Central Military Road as surveyed in July-September, 1865. The Oregon Central Military Road was constructed and maintained by the Oregon Central Military Wagon Road Company that was incorporated in Eugene, Oregon, in 1864.
MAPS MilitaryRoad
0.01 cubic foot; 1 oversize box
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps 

Oregon Multicultural Archives Oral History Collection

Oregon Multicultural Archives Oral History Collection, 2011-2014

The Oregon Multicultural Archives Oral History Collection is a growing repository of interviews that documents the experiences and perspectives of people of color who have spent at least portions of their lives in Oregon.
OH 18
12 sound files; 1 set of video files; 22.1 gigabytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesBorn-Digital Materials 

Oregon Native American Language Sound Recordings

Oregon Native American Language Sound Recordings, 1962-1988

The Oregon Native American Language Sound Recordings were made by Joe E. Pierce during his study of Native American languages in Oregon and include interviews with members of the Coquille and Siletz tribes.
OH 12
0.5 cubic foot, including 57 audiotapes; 3 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Oregon Pioneers Oral History Collection

Oregon Pioneers Oral History Collection, 1975-1978

The Oregon Pioneers Oral History Collection consists of 33 interviews conducted primarily in the summer of 1975 by Oregon State University students to document various aspects of local history from 1880 to 1929 in preparation for the United States bicentennial in 1976.
OH 01
0.5 cubic foot, including 31 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Oregon State University Collegiate 4-H Club Records

Oregon State University Collegiate 4-H Club Records, 1929-1985

The Collegiate 4-H Club Records document the activities of this student organization at Oregon State University. The Campus 4-H Club was founded at Oregon Agricultural College in the 1920s and remained activie until 1985.
MSS 4HClub
0.7 cubic foot; 3 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooks 

Oregon State University Historical Photographs

Oregon State University Historical Photographs, 1868-1980

The Oregon State University Historical Photographs Collection is an artificial collection comprised of images gathered from multiple sources. The collection provides visual documentation for a number of noteworthy individuals, activities and events dotting the history of Oregon State University for nearly one century.
P 025
3.3 cubic feet, including 3,268 photographs; 10 archives boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

History of Oregon State University Oral Histories and Sound Recordings

History of Oregon State University Oral Histories and Sound Recordings, 1956-2012

The History of Oregon State University Oral Histories and Sound Recordings consist predominantly of oral histories conducted in 1956 by Lillian Van Loan for her doctoral dissertation on the history of Oregon State College and subsequent interviews done by Ilona Fry in 1980 on the development of liberal arts at Oregon State University.
OH 03
0.9 cubic foot, including 22 reel-to-reel audiotapes, 11 audiocassettes and one born digital wav file; 3 boxes; 0.8 GB born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection

Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection, 2013-2014

The Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection documents the history, culture and ambition of Oregon State University through interviews with alumni, faculty, staff, administrators and supporters. Most of the items held in the collection take the form of life history interviews, their sole common thread being an association, past or present, with Oregon State University.
OH 26
86 sets of video and sound files; 555 gigabytes born digital
History of Science, Local History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, University History / Born-Digital MaterialsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

Voices of Oregon State University Oral History Collection

Voices of Oregon State University Oral History Collection, 1995-2014

The Voices of Oregon State University Oral History Collection consists of oral history interviews conducted by students as part of anthropology, history and sociology classes and Special Collections & Archives internships. The interview subjects include Oregon State alumni, faculty, and administrators.
OH 09
39 interviews; 0.2 cubic foot, including 4 audio cassettes, 20 compact discs, 1 dvd; 3 boxes; 39 sound files, 1 video file, 1 image file, and 7 document files; 6.3 Gbytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, History of Science / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesPhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Margaret Osler Papers

Margaret Osler Papers, 1912-2010

Margaret Osler (1942-2010) was a historian of science and philosophy who published widely on the scientific revolution and on the connection between religion and early science. In her two books and more than 125 articles, Osler focused in particular on the work of Pierre Gassendi, Robert Boyle and Isaac Newton. Osler was a member of the faculty at the University of Calgary for thirty-five years.
MSS Osler
32 linear feet; 64 boxes
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers

Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1873-2013

Linus Pauling (1901-1994), a 1922 OSU graduate and the only recipient of two unshared Nobel Prizes, (Chemistry, 1954; Peace, 1962) undertook a wide range of studies during his seventy-year career as a scientist, humanitarian and peace activist. The collection, comprised of over five hundred thousand items, contains all of Pauling's personal and scientific papers, research materials, correspondence, photographs, awards, and memorabilia. Not only does the Pauling archive reflect Linus Pauling's long and varied scientific career, the presence of Ava Helen Pauling's (1903-1981) papers also indicates their mutual devotion to world peace and to each other.
MSS Pauling
4,437 linear feet; 2,230 boxes; 4,111 books
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideosScrapbooks 

Phrateres Gamma Chapter Scrapbooks

Phrateres Gamma Chapter Scrapbooks, 1930-1962

The Phrateres Gamma Chapter Scrapbooks were assembled by Oregon State chapter members and document the membership and activities of the organization. The Gamma Chapter was founded at Oregon State College in 1930 as an organization for women students who were not members of a sorority.
MSS Phrateres
2 cubic feet, including 165 photographs; 4 oversize boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooks 

Hans Plambeck Papers

Hans Plambeck Papers, 1924-1995

The Hans Plambeck Papers are comprised of materials generated and collected by Sociology Professor Hans Plambeck that primarily reflect his work on a survey of ethnic groups in Oregon. Plambeck taught at OSU from 1946-1976.
MSS Plambeck
1.4 cubic feet; 2 archives boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

Political Identities Project Records

Political Identities Project Records, 2010-2011

The Political Identities Project Records consist of materials documenting the project, a 2010 effort exploring personal political statements among students at Oregon State University.
RG 256
0.10 cubic foot; 1 document box
Multicultural Archives, University History / Born-Digital MaterialsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

President's Commission on the Status of Women Records

President's Commission on the Status of Women Records, 1972-2010

These records were generated and collected by the President's Commission on the Status of Women and document the activities of the commission in its research and advisory role.
RG 159
2.1 cubic feet; 3 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives 

President's Office Records

President's Office Records, 1903-2002

The President's Office Records reflect the administration of the university and include documentation of policy formulation, publication of statistical information, and review of legal issues. Separate finding aids have been prepared for Subgroup 1 (B.L. Arnold), Subgroup 2 (John D. Letcher), Subgroup 3 (John M. Bloss), Subgroup 4 (H.B. Miller), and Subgroup 5 (Thomas Gatch).
RG 013
44.4 cubic ft.; 180 microfilm reels.
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Pride Center Records

Pride Center Records, 1993-2013

The Pride Center Records document the establishment of the Queer Resource Center (later known as the Pride Center) at Oregon State University and the programs and activities of this resource center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) members of the OSU community and their allies. The collection includes administrative records, publications, posters, photographs and a DVD of the 2007 Lavender Graduation ceremony.
RG 236
3 cubic feet, including 241 photographs; 5 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosBorn-Digital Materials 

Publications Group

Publications Group

The Publications Group consists of newspapers, magazines, newsletters, brochures, reports and other literature generated by the whole of OSU, including its student and faculty groups, statewide extension agencies and university administration.
PUBS
553 titles
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, History of Science, Local History

Registrar's Office Records

Registrar's Office Records, 1900-2005

The Registrar's Office Records consist of annual reports, policies on final examinations, annual schedules of duties, and course enrollment summaries.
RG 053 - SG 1
45 cubic feet
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

William G. Robbins Papers

William G. Robbins Papers, 1886-2013

The William G. Robbins Papers document his teaching, research and publishing activities and include correspondence, course syllabi and lecture notes, articles and book reviews, and extensive research and reference materials created and assembled by Robbins. A scholar of the environmental history of North America and a noted author, Robbins was a faculty member in the Oregon State University History Department from 1971 until his retirement in 1999.
MSS Robbins
28.6 cubic feet; 26 archives boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideos 

History of Science Oral History Collection

History of Science Oral History Collection, 2009-2013

The History of Science Oral History Collection consists primarily of interviews with scientists, with special emphasis placed on individuals who knew and worked with Linus Pauling. Also included are interviews with members of the Pauling family as well as interviews with family members of other scientists.
OH 17
37 sound files, 2 video files, 9 photographs; 27.8 gigabytes born digital
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesPhotographsBorn-Digital Materials 

Siletz News

Siletz News, 2007-2008

This collection consists of issues of the monthly Siletz News published by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians.
MSS SiletzNews
0.2 cubic foot; 1 box
Multicultural Archives 

Soap Creek Valley History Project Oral Histories

Soap Creek Valley History Project Oral Histories, 1978-1995

The Soap Creek Valley History Project Oral Histories consist of oral histories conducted primarily in 1989-1991 by the Oregon State University Research Forests to better understand the history, ecology, and culture of the Soap Creek Valley in Benton County, Oregon.
OH 06
1 cubic foot, including 20 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Eugene Starr Papers

Eugene Starr Papers, 1911-1988

Eugene Starr (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 high-voltage electricity.
MSS Starr
115 linear feet; 235 boxes
University History, History of Science, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsMaps 

A.L. Strand Oral History Collection

A.L. Strand Oral History Collection, 1949-1985

The A.L. Strand Oral History Collection documents an oral history project conducted in the early 1980s to capture recollections and remembrances of A.L. Strand, President of Oregon State from 1942 to 1961. The collection includes recordings and transcripts of 10 oral history interviews, written remembrances and recollections, and extensive project records.
OH 07
0.8 cubic foot, including 11 audiocassettes and 3 photographs; 3 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Student Affairs Moving Images

Student Affairs Moving Images, 1963-1992

The Student Affairs Moving Images consist of film and video productions prepared by student affairs units at Oregon State University and include a film about sorority rush and a videotape for recruitment of Native American students.
FV P 182
0.1 cubic foot, including 1 film and 1 videotape; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Videos 

Student Affairs Records

Student Affairs Records, 1924-2012

The Student Affairs Records consist of policy and procedure directives, newsletters, correspondence, annual reports, lists of student activities, announcements, Alpha Lambda Delta records, records pertaining to the establishment of the University Child Care Center, and records pertaining to the Student Involvement Office.
RG 102
36.32 cubic feet; 38 file folders, 29 archives boxes, 11 document boxes, 1 20x24 oversize box, 1 12x17 oversize box, 4 cubic foot boxes, 4 Hollinger boxes, and 1 records box
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

Student Involvement Records

Student Involvement Records, 1973-2006

The Student Involvement Records document the services and support provided to individual students and student organizations members seeking to increase their level of involvement at OSU.
RG 232
11.1 cubic feet, including 28 photographs and one sound recording; 13 boxes, including one oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideos 

University Publications Photographs

University Publications Photographs, 1890-2002

The University Publications Photographs consist of images taken or assembled by the publications staff for use in OSU catalogs, brochures, and other publications. They depict the full range of OSU academic and research programs and include images of students, faculty, and staff; campus buildings and views; Oregon scenes; research and teaching; athletics; and student life.
P 094
17.5 cubic feet, including 40,000 photographs; 36 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Urban League of Portland Records

Urban League of Portland Records, 1945-2010

The Urban League of Portland Records document the administration and programs of the League from its founding in Portland, Oregon, in 1945. The Records include correspondence, reports and publications, meeting minutes, financial records, and clippings as well as scrapbooks, photographs, videotapes, and sound recordings.
MSS UrbanLeague
20.9 cubic feet, including 8,600 photographs and 143 videotapes; 29 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooksBorn-Digital MaterialsVideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Visual Instruction Department Lantern Slides

Visual Instruction Department Lantern Slides, 1900-1940

The Visual Instruction Department Lantern Slides consist of slide sets assembled and loaned by the Oregon State System of Higher Education General Extension Division. The slides depict a variety of topics including many related to Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
P 217
6.35 cubic feet, including 2696 photographs; 47 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs 

Berny Wagner Scrapbooks

Berny Wagner Scrapbooks, 1937-2012

The Berny Wagner Scrapbooks document the Oregon State University men's track and field teams coached by Wagner from 1966 through 1975.
MSS Wagner
5.85 cubic feet; 10 volumes
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsScrapbooks 

Chih H. Wang Papers

Chih H. Wang Papers, 1947-1984

The Chih H. Wang Papers are composed of materials created and assembled by Wang as a faculty member of the Oregon State University Chemistry Department, Director of the OSU Radiation Center, and Head of the Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering. Materials include professional correspondence, OSU Chemistry Department and Radiation Center research records, workshop, conference, and training program files, OSU administrative records, publications by Wang, and subject files related to chemistry, nuclear science, and nuclear power policy and legislation. The Wang Papers document Wang's career, the founding and development of the OSU Radiation Center, and the growth of nuclear science research and training during the 1960s and 1970s.
MSS Wang
13.8 cubic feet, including 24 film transparencies; 43 boxes
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives 

Ben Westlund Papers

Ben Westlund Papers, 1976-2010

The Ben Westlund Papers document Westlund's political career in Oregon. Westlund served as a State Legislator and State Senator from central Oregon from 1997 until his election as State Treasurer in 2008, a position he held until his death in 2010. Westlund advocated for higher education in central Oregon and was instrumental in the establishment of the Oregon State University Cascades Campus in Bend.
MSS Westlund
15 cubic feet, including 179 photographs, 118 videotapes, 54 DVDs, 18 CDs, and 8 floppy disks; 16 boxes, including 1 oversize box
Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, University History / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideosScrapbooksBorn-Digital Materials 

Willamette Valley Sketch Map

Willamette Valley Sketch Map, 1851

The Willamette Valley Sketch Map depicts purchases and reservations made by the Board of Commissioners with Native Americans in Oregon. The map was prepared by George Gibbs and Edmond A. Starling. Gibbs was a geologist and ethnologist who participated in treaty negotiations between the U.S. Government and native tribes. This collection consists of three reproductions of the original map, which is held in the National Archives.
MAPS WVSketch
0.01 cubic foot, including 3 maps; 1 map folder
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps 

Gerald W. Williams Collection

Gerald W. Williams Collection, 1855-2007

The Gerald W. Williams Collection consists of Williams' personal papers, historic photograph collection, and related materials pertaining to the history of the U.S. Forest Service as well as the forestry, environmental history, Native Americans, and geography especially of the Pacific Northwest. Williams assembled and created the materials during his career as sociologist and national historian with the U.S. Forest Service.
MSS WilliamsG
93 cubic feet, including 24,000 photographs; 91 boxes, including 13 oversize boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesScrapbooksBorn-Digital MaterialsMaps 

Harold C. Williams Papers

Harold C. Williams Papers, 1962-2012

The Harold C. Williams Papers include materials generated and collected by Williams that reflect his work in the educational community, his creation of youth programs, the honors that he received, and his family. Harold Williams served as the Director of Afirmative Action for the State of Oregon from 1973-1978. He was also involved with Portland-area chapters of the Urban League and the NAACP.
MSS WilliamsH
14.5 cubic feet, including 3,000 photographs; 14 archives boxes and 1 16x20 oversize box
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

E. E. Wilson Papers

E. E. Wilson Papers, 1838-1961

The E. E. Wilson Papers include Wilson's personal and professional papers and document his education, family, work as an attorney, and public service activities.
MSS WilsonEE
41 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / PhotographsScrapbooksMaps 

Wilson, E. E., Photographic Collection

Wilson, E. E., Photographic Collection, ca. 1855-1960

The E. E. Wilson Photographic Collection consists of images of Wilson, a Corvallis native and OAC alum, as well as his family and friends, the OAC campus, Corvallis and the Pacific Northwest. The collection also includes documentation of the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco and photos of Siletz tribe members.
P 101
2 cubic feet; approx. 1300 prints and 700 negatives.
University History, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs 

Women's Center Records

Women's Center Records, 1971-2011

The Women's Center Records document the Center's educational, research, and advocacy roles at Oregon State University. The collection includes reports and publications, correspondence, committee records, surveys, course records, conference and workshop records, subject files, photographs, and videotapes. The Women's Center was established at Oregon State University in 1973.
RG 243
9.0 cubic feet, including 9 photographs and 5 videotapes; 9 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideos 

Donald B. Zobel Collection of Historic Forestry and Vegetation Maps

Donald B. Zobel Collection of Historic Forestry and Vegetation Maps, 1914-1989

The Donald B. Zobel Collection of Historic Forestry and Vegetations Maps consist of maps assembled and created by Zobel for his research in forest ecology and for teaching; the bulk of the maps depict forests in Oregon and northern California. Zobel was a faculty member in the Oregon State University Department of Botany and Plant Pathology from 1968 until 2003.
MAPS ZobelMaps
1.5 cubic feet, including 151 maps; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box, and 6 map folders
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps