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The Geraldine Olson Papers contain materials generated or
collected by Olson, a Human Development and Family Sciences Professor, that primarily
her instructional work and involvement in a U.S. Information Agency Scholar Exchange
Program project with university faculty from
1.7 cubic feet, including photographs; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs
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.
0.01 cubic foot; 1 oversize box
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Maps
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.
11 sound files
University History, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Born-Digital Materials
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.
0.5 cubic foot, including 57 audiotapes; 3 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
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.
0.5 cubic foot, including 31 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
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.
0.7 cubic foot; 3 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Scrapbooks
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.
3.3 cubic feet, including 3,268 photographs; 10 archives boxes
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs
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
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
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.
31 sets of video files, 31 sound files; 192 gigabytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, History of Science, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
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.
35 interviews; 0.2 cubic foot, including 4 audio cassettes, 20 compact discs, 1 dvd; 3 boxes; 35 sound files, 1 video file, 1 image file, and 7 document files; 5.3 Gbytes born digital
University History, Multicultural Archives, Natural Resources, History of Science / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Photographs, Born-Digital Materials
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.
32 linear feet; 64 boxes
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs