The William H. Taubeneck Papers consist of materials generated and collected by Taubeneck and document his research activities and teaching. Taubeneck earned his BS and MS degrees in Geology from Oregon State College, completed a Ph.D. at Columbia University, and was a faculty member in the Geology Department at Oregon State from 1955 until his retirement in 1983.
10.5 cubic feet, including 550 photographs; 11 boxes
The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings include the Geosciences Department Records (RG 208) as well as the collections of several geology faculty and alumni, including the Lehi F. Hintze Geological Reconnaissance Maps of Oregon (MAPS Hintze), the papers of Ellen J. Moore (MSS MooreE) and George W. Moore (MSS MooreGW), the Roger L. Nielsen Papers (MSS Nielsen), and the Earl L. Packard Papers (MSS Packard). The Robert E. McDole Papers (MSS McDole) include materials from the geology of Oregon course taught by Taubeneck in spring 1952.