The Rockefeller Project Records document a multidisciplinary study of environmental concerns and economic growth in Oregon conducted at Oregon State University in the early 1970s. The project was funded by the the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Pacific Northwest Regional Commission and directed by Emery N. Castle. The records include project proposals, administrative records, reports and studies, and documentation of the simulation models developed by the project.
2.4 cubic feet; 4 boxes, including 1 oversize box
Organized into five series: I. Project Proposals; II. Project Administration; III. Project Implementation; IV. Project Reports; V. Papers and Studies. Series are I-II & IV-V arranged chronologically; series III is arranged by function.
Related materials are available in the Emery N. Castle Papers; published reports are available in the Publications Collection (PUB 17-6).