Videos: K (5)
The KBVR Videotapes consist of video
recordings of the Oregon State University commencement in 1979 and 1980
and a 1980 news story on the OSU Archives. KBVR is the student-operated
campus television station at OSU.
FV P 170
0.1 cubic foot, including 3 videotapes; 1 box
University History / Videos
The Barney Keep Papers document the life, career and celebrity of Barney Keep, a popular
Portland radio broadcaster and Oregon State alum. The Keep Papers include scrapbooks,
various audio formats and other materials that reflect Keep's broadcasting style,
rise to fame and persistent success over thirty-five years on the air at KEX-FM.
Several audio recordings held in the collection have been digitized and are available
online through links included in this guide.
5.8 cubic feet including 450 photographs, 35 reel-to-reel tapes, 11 vinyl record albums, 9 standard audiocassettes, 6 eight-track cartridges, 4 8mm film reels and 1 VHS videotape; 9 boxes, including 4 oversize boxes
University History / Photographs, Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Scrapbooks
Karl Kordesch (1922-2011) was a distinguished Austrian-American chemist widely recognized
for his contributions to battery and fuel cell research and technology. Kordesch
was jointly responsible for the invention of the alkaline primary dry cell battery,
significant developments in fuel cells, and the successful creation and operation
of hybrid vehicles. During his career, Kordesch was responsible for more than 100
hundred patents as well as numerous papers, articles, and books on the subject of
electrochemistry, effectively revolutionized the battery industry, and pioneered electric/fuel
cell vehicles. The Karl and Erna Kordesch papers contain records of much of Karl's
research and publishing efforts as well as biographical records, photos, and ephemera
documenting the Kordeschs' life in Nazi-occupied Austria and the United States.
14 linear feet; 36 boxes; 11 gigabytes
History of Science / Photographs, Videos, Born-Digital Materials
The W. Arthur Koski Papers primarily
document Koski's role as coach of men's swimming teams at Oregon State
College, primarily from 1952 to 1959. Koski earned a BS degree from Oregon
State in 1949 and was a faculty member in health and physical education
from 1950 until his retirement in 1984.
0.4 cubic foot, including 41 photographs and 1 motion picture film reel; 2 boxes
University History / Photographs, Videos, Scrapbooks