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Edwin Russell Jackman Papers

Edwin Russell Jackman Papers, 1917-1970

The Jackman Papers include articles written for OSU publications and bulletins, national publications and specialized trade publications; news releases; radio and television talks; speeches; and manuscripts of E.R. Jackman's published books pertaining to Oregon agriculture.
MSS Jackman
11.7 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesMapsScrapbooks 

Royal G. Jackson Papers

Royal G. Jackson Papers, circa 1905 - 1992

The Royal G. Jackson Papers consist of materials created or assembled by Jackson in the course of his research. The bulk of the materials pertain to the history of the Oregon State University College of Forestry, McDonald – Dunn Research forest, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Arboretum, and nature-based tourism in central Oregon and Costa Rica. The papers include extensive oral history sound recordings and photographs, in addition to manuscripts, publications and reference materials. Jackson was a faculty member in the Oregon State University College of Forestry from 1970 until 2004.
MSS JacksonR
4.25 cubic feet including 1050 photographs and 214 sound recordings; 12 boxes and 2 map folders
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / PhotographsMapsSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection

Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection, 1994-2008

The Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection consists of digital recordings of oral history interviews of Japanese Americans living in Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, and the vicinity. These oral histories document the immigrant experiences of the interviewees' parents and grandparents; the World War II experiences of the interviewees in internment camps; and their lives in Eugene and neighboring communities in the years following the war.
OH 15
0.15 cubic foot, including 2 DVDs; 1 box; 45 sound files, 49 image files, and 12 document files; 11 Gbytes
Multicultural Archives / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesBorn-Digital Materials 

Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories

Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories, 1979-1993

The Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories document Jensen's life and work as an important figure in the study and evolution of Alaskan Eskimo culture in the latter decades of the twentieth century. Under contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Jensen spent twenty-seven years establishing educational and cultural exchange programs with Alaska's Eskimo communities. Along the way he collected some 4,000 art pieces and artifacts which, in 1985, formed the nucleus of the Jensen Arctic Museum, currently housed on the campus of Western Oregon University, where Jensen served as professor of Education.
OH 22
0.4 cubic feet, including 17 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Journalism Department Records

Journalism Department Records, 1918-1988

The Journalism Department Records document the undergraduate and graduate instruction programs in technical journalism at Oregon State University. The records also include materials pertaining to the reorganization of higher education in Oregon in the early 1930s and the controversy between the University of Oregon and Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) in the 1920s regarding the offering of journalism degrees at OAC.
RG 091
1.35 cubic feet; 2 boxes; 11 microfilm reels
University History / Sound Recordings and Oral HistoriesScrapbooks