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Oregon State College History of World War II Project Records, 1940-1947

OSC students being sworn in as new cadets during World War II, ca. 1942.

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The Oregon State College History of World War II Project Records document military service of Oregon State students, alumni, and faculty as well as wartime activities and programs conducted by the College. The records were assembled in the mid-1940s by a committee charged with collecting and preserving records pertaining to Oregon State College's role in World War II.

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0.4 cubic foot; 2 boxes

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The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings include many collections documenting the extensive role of Oregon State College in World War II. Of particular note are the records of the Army Specialized Training Program (RG 059), College of Science (RG 024), College of Engineering (RG 062); the Eugene Starr Papers; and the Oregon State Yank Collection. The Center's holdings also include collections documenting the wartime activities of individuals and organizations; these include the Alpha Lambda Delta Records, Delta Zeta Sorority Chi Chapter Scrapbook, and the Wesley Ross World War II Memoirs.

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