Sound Recordings and Oral Histories: M (11)
Bernard Malamud (1914-1986), a major American novelist and short story writer, taught
at Oregon State University from 1949-1961. A prolific author, he received a Pulitzer
Prize (The Fixer, 1966) and two National Book Awards (The Magic Barrel, 1959; The Fixer, 1966) for his work. The Malamud Papers include an assortment of personal correspondence
relating to Malamud's tenure as professor and writer at Oregon State University. In
addition, the collection features several boxes of newspaper clippings, as well as
signed first editions and published translations of his books.
20 linear feet; 15 boxes; 130 books
University History / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos
The Media Services Moving Images consist
of motion picture films produced by the Classroom Television department;
videotapes recorded or produced by the Communication Media Center; raw
film footage and media elements; and streaming video files produced by
Media Services. They include recordings of classroom lectures for hygiene
and health education classes; commencement and other special events; and
lectures by faculty and visiting speakers at Oregon State University as
well as training and informational tapes pertaining to a variety of topics
including cultural diversity, computer graphics, and multimedia
FV P 119
13 cubic feet, including 130 films reels, 57 videotapes, 12 sound recordings, and 40 color slides; 12 boxes and 21 film cans
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Born-Digital Materials
The Memorabilia Collection is an artificial collection
containing items of interest about Oregon State University and to a lesser extent,
the city of
Corvallis, and the state of Oregon.
86 cubic feet; 190 boxes
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Maps, Born-Digital Materials
The John T. and Virginia E. Merrifield
Collection documents their student years at Oregon State College and
John's career as a civil engineer with the firm of Moffatt, Nichol, &
Bonney in Portland, Oregon. Virginia graduated from Oregon State College
in 1941 and John in 1942.
1.7 cubic feet, including 80 photographs; 4 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes
University History / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks
The Oral Histories of the Oregon State University Microbiology Department recount
the department's history through the perspective of Walter Bollen and Mabel Pernot.
Bollen earned two degrees from Oregon Agricultural College prior to his beginning
a career on the OSU microbiology faculty that spanned nearly sixty years. Pernot
was the daughter of Emile F. Pernot - the father of the university's microbiology
program - and the granddaughter of George Coote, an early campus horticulturist.
The Pernot interviews discuss, at length, both the history of the department as well
as the story of the Pernot and Coote families.
0.8 cubic feet, including 27 audiocassettes and 45 photographs; 3 boxes
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Photographs
The Mike Club Scrapbook and Sound Recordings document the Club's activities and programs,
including radio and television broadcasts produced by Oregon State students. The
Mike Club was established in 1948 and offered opportunities for Oregon State students
to gain experience in radio and television production and broadcasting.
0.1 cubic foot; 2 boxes, including 1 oversize box
University History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks
The Milagro (Miracle Theatre Group) Records consist of the theatre's administrative
records, production files, and community outreach work. Also included is the company's
artwork, videos and audio of performances, correspondence, and promotional materials.
Established in 1985 by José González and Dañel Malán, Milagro is the premier Latino
arts and cultures program in the northwest. The theatre produces both classical and
contemporary performances that are English, Spanish, or bilingual. Milagro is still
active to this day.
21 cubic feet, including 2,250 photographs, 118 videotapes, 130 CDs and DVDs, 20 cassettes, and 151 floppy disks; 21 boxes, including 2 oversize boxes, and 4 map folders
Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
The Jimmie Morris Papers reflect Morris' life-long interest in broadcasting, his decades
of service to KOAC radio and television, and the broader evolution of the station
itself. The collection is particularly strong in its documentation of the emergence
of television as a tool for statewide education, a development that came about after
much debate in the mid-1950s. An Oregon Agricultural College graduate, Morris was
on the staff of KOAC from 1932-1963 and is the author of a history of the station,
The Remembered Years..., published in 1972.
1.5 cubic feet, including 170 photographs, 2 reel-to-reel sound recordings, 1 motion picture film, and 1 vinyl sound recording; 4 boxes including 1 film box and 1 oversize box
University History / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Scrapbooks
The Jean Moule Papers
document Moule's teaching, research, and writing in the field of
multicultural education, especially teacher training. The Papers
include publications, course materials, correspondence, newspaper
clippings, and photographs. Moule earned a Ph.D. from Oregon State
University in 1998 and was a faculty member in the Oregon State
University College of Education from 1998 until her retirement in
2.4 cubic feet, including 18 photographs; 2 boxes
University History, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
The J. Kenneth Munford Collection consists of a variety of
materials assembled and created by Munford as a student, teacher, writer and editor,
5.4 cubic feet
University History, Local History / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks
The Music Department Records document music instruction
at Oregon State as well as performances by Oregon State bands, choirs, and other
musical groups as well as individual students, faculty, and guest artists. The
Records include sound recordings in a variety of formats.
10.45 cubic feet, including 1 DVD and 400 photographs; 21 boxes, including 6 oversize boxes; 1 microfilm reel; 60 feet
University History / Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks, Born-Digital Materials