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Doryce J. McDonald Papers, 1992-1995View associated digital content.

The Doryce J. McDonald Papers consist of materials assembled and generated by McDonald in the course of two internship projects with the Horner Museum pertaining to the history of forestry. McDonald completed an MA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Oregon State University in 1995. The Horner Museum was established at Oregon State in 1925 and was closed to the public in 1995.

This collection contains computer disks that include 100 prints and 61 color slides. These disks require migration to a digital format and are not immediately available for patron use. Please see SCARC's "Accessing Audio-Visual Content" for more information.

ID: MSS McDonaldD
Extent: 1.1 cubic feet
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Biographical / Historical Notes
Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
Statement on Description: This collection is not fully processed; this guide is preliminary.
Preferred Citation: Doryce J. McDonald Papers (MSS McDonaldD), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: These materials were donated to the Special Collections & Archives Research Center by McDonald in 2012.
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