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Canine Research Collection

Canine Research Collection, 1801-2010

In the fall of 2000, Noreen Cartwright donated her personal collection of rare and antique dog books to the OSU Libraries Special Collections. That gift formed the nucleus of a Canine Research Collection to which additional donations have been made by like-minded individuals. The collection provides opportunities for research on the history of canines in art and literature, the development of specific dog breeds, current issues in canine genetics, developments in training methods and the history of major dog show competitions, among many other related topics.
MSS Canine
486.5 linear feet, 317 boxes, 1933 books
History of Science / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

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 

Judith Carol Carlson Oral History Interview with Robert C. Ingalls

Judith Carol Carlson Oral History Interview with Robert C. Ingalls, 1977

The Judith Carol Carlson Oral History Interview with Robert C. Ingalls was conducted as part of the research for Carlson's MA thesis, Corvallis and Salem, Oregon Newspapers in Transition. Carlson earned an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Oregon State University in 1978. Ingalls was owner and publisher of the Corvallis Gazette-Times.
OH 02
0.01 cubic foot, including 2 audiocassettes; 1 box
University History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Ted Carlson Collection

Ted Carlson Collection, 1950-1975

The Ted Carlson Collection consists of materials pertaining to the film "This is Oregon State," as well as photographs, a sound recording, publications and memorabilia.
MSS CarlsonT
0.2 cubic foot; 7 folders
University History / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

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 

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 

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 

Peter Copek Papers

Peter Copek Papers, 1974-2001

The Peter Copek Papers consist of records generated by Copek and primarily relating to his teaching post in the OSU English Department and administrative duties at the OSU Center for the Humanities.
MSS Copek
9.5 cubic feet; 10 archives boxes
University History / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

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 

Crop Science Department Records

Crop Science Department Records, 1925-2013

The Crop Science Department Records consist of reports, an inventory log, legal documents relating to lawsuits filed against the Oregon Foundation Seed Program, newsletters, sound recordings, videotapes, photographic slides and correspondence.
RG 095
52.73 cubic feet, including 296 photographs; 54 archives boxes, 2 postcard boxes and 2 document boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesVideos 

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