Sound Recordings and Oral Histories: P (4)
The Dale P. Parnell Papers document
Parnell's career through personal correspondence, articles, publications,
speeches, books, photographs, and videotapes.
8.1 cubic feet, including 40 videotapes and 5 photographs; 9 boxes
University History / Photographs, Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
Linus Pauling (1901-1994), a 1922 OSU graduate and the only recipient of two unshared
Nobel Prizes, (Chemistry, 1954; Peace, 1962) undertook a wide range of studies during
his seventy-year career as a scientist, humanitarian and peace activist. The collection,
comprised of over five hundred thousand items, contains all of Pauling's personal
and scientific papers, research materials, correspondence, photographs, awards, and
memorabilia. Not only does the Pauling archive reflect Linus Pauling's long and varied
scientific career, the presence of Ava Helen Pauling's (1903-1981) papers also indicates
their mutual devotion to world peace and to each other.
4,437 linear feet; 2,230 boxes; 4,111 books
University History, History of Science, Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Videos, Scrapbooks
The Plinkiewisch Papers document the
education, music teaching career, and related activities of music educator
Helen E. Plinkiewisch and include diaries and journals, teaching records,
musical compositions, a sound recording, and photographs. Plinkiewisch
graduated from Oregon State Agricultural College in 1929 and had a long and
successful career as a music educator in the public schools of Garden City
(Long Island), New York.
2.75 cubic feet; 11 boxes, including 3 oversize boxes
Photographs, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
The President's Office Records reflect the
administration of the university and include documentation of policy
formulation, publication of statistical information, and review of legal
issues. Separate finding aids have been prepared for Subgroup 1 (B.L. Arnold),
Subgroup 2 (John D. Letcher), Subgroup 3 (John M. Bloss), Subgroup 4 (H.B. Miller),
and Subgroup 5 (Thomas Gatch).
44.4 cubic ft.; 180 microfilm reels.
University History, Natural Resources, History of Science, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories