The Intercollegiate Athletics Records consist of OSU sports magazines; football, basketball, gymnastics and wrestling programs; publications, posters, design proposals and promotional banners. Also included in the collection are the records of the OSU Marching Band, information packets, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, materials relating to the 2000-2001 Fiesta Bowl football game, assorted game rosters and press releases.
Oregon State Baseball: 100 Years to a National Championship
The story of OSU baseball, beginning with its first win in 1907 through it's back-to-back national championships one-hundred years later.
12.18 cubic feet; 40 file folders, 1 reel-to-reel audio cassette, 7 document boxes, 1 12x16 oversize box, 1 20x24 oversize box, 10 archives boxes, 4 12x17 oversize boxes, 1 23x31 oversize box and 2 map folders
There is confidential student information in the compliance review records; access subject to review by Reference Archivist.
Other materials in these accessions have been separated and described in other reports as a part of PUB 54, Harriet's Photographic Collection #2556, the Memorabilia Collection (various files) and the Thurza Boies Papers.
Materials pertaining to Don Coons' experience as a student have been separated and described in another accession report as a part of the Don Coons Papers (MSS).
Architectural drawings of Gill Coliseum transferred with the banners held in RG 007 have been separated and described in another accession report as a part of RG 193.
A letter of acknowledgement to Bessie Brown Lawrence's husband Wilbur Wray, thanking him for his donation of money toward the construction of the Memorial Union, has been placed into the Memorabilia Collection - Memorial Union. Other photographs have been described separately in another accession report as a part of the Bessie Brown Lawrence Photographic Collection, P 258.
Two images of a football game ca. 1925-26 and an Oregon Stater magazine honoring the centenary of football on campus have been placed into Harriet's Photograph Collection (#22) and the Memorabilia Collection file for football.
Photographic images and a reel of film have been described in other accession reports as a parts of P 017 and FVP 017. Belt buckles, lapel pins, and tie clips have been placed in the Memorabilia Collection.