Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center

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Sound Recordings and Oral Histories: K (4)

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Wallace L. Kadderly Papers

Wallace L. Kadderly Papers, 1931-1963

The Kadderly Papers consist of agriculture-related materials produced or collected by Kadderly during his work overseas as a farm broadcaster on the radio.
MSS Kadderly
5 cubic feet
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral HistoriesMaps 

Barney Keep Collection

Barney Keep Collection, 1935-2000

The Barney Keep Collection consists of documents and materials primarily relating to Keep's long career as a radio broadcaster as a student at OAC and, professionally, at KEX in Portland.
MSS Keep
5.8 cubic feet; 3 archives boxes, 1 document box, and 5 oversize boxes
University History / PhotographsVideosSound Recordings and Oral Histories 

KOAC Records

KOAC Records, 1923-1965

The KOAC Records document the establishment and functioning of the KOAC public radio and television stations at Oregon Agricultural College (Oregon State University). The records include adminstrative records, radio scripts and programs, and sound recordings. KOAC radio broadcasts began in 1923; KOAC-TV broadcasts began in 1957.
RG 015
0.5 cubic ft.; 20 microfilm reels
University History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories 

Ardis W. Koester Papers

Ardis W. Koester Papers, 1962-1996

The Ardis W. Koester Papers consist of materials assembled and created by Koester in her role as Extension Textile and Clothing Specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service from 1974 until 1996. The materials include extensive reference materials as well as publications, instructional kits, and slide presentations on textiles used for clothing and interior design.
MSS Koester
7.5 cubic feet, including 704 photographs; 8 boxes
University History / PhotographsSound Recordings and Oral Histories