Oregon State UniversitySpecial Collections & Archives Research Center
Digital Resources

Digital Resources

Since the early 1990s, the Special Collections & Archives Research Center has aggressively sought to digitize its materials for consumption online. The product of this work is available here, through these six digital resource portals constructed thematically to provide quick access to tens of thousands of photographs, manuscripts and interpretive texts.

University History Digital Resources

University History Featuring the sprawling Best of OSU Archives collection and the Chronological History of OSU, among over twenty digital collections and exhibits documenting the history of OSU and OSU Extension.

History of Science Digital Resources

History of Science A gateway to exhibits and biographical manuscripts detailing, among many other subjects, the development of atomic energy and the amazing life of scientific illustrator Roger Hayward.

Linus Pauling Online

Linus Pauling Online A portal for all things Pauling. Click for access to thousands of digitized manuscripts, photographs and letters, documentary history exhibits and much more.

Oregon Multicultural Archives Digital Resources

Oregon Multicultural Archives A rich and growing resource for research on Oregon's ethnic minority communities. Includes the Oregon Chinese Disinternment documents, Braceros in Oregon photographs, Japanese-American Association of Lane County oral histories and Urban League of Portland materials.

Natural Resources Digital Resources

Natural Resources A major source for engaging with the long history of land use in Oregon. Selections from the Gerald W. Williams Collection are included as is the massive Oregon Explorer Natural Resources Digital Library.

Online Audio/Video

Online Audio/Video A large and growing collection of digitized audio and video is available here, including events videos and lectures dating back to the early 1980s.

Social Media

Social Media Click here for all the latest from the Special Collections & Archives Research Center. Featuring three blogs, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter and more!