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Margaret Osler Papers, 1912-2010View associated digital content.

Margaret Osler (1942-2010) was a historian of science and philosophy who published widely on the scientific revolution and on the connection between religion and early science. In her two books and more than 125 articles, Osler focused in particular on the work of Pierre Gassendi, Robert Boyle and Isaac Newton. Osler was a member of the faculty at the University of Calgary for thirty-five years.

Access to Margaret Osler's diary in Series 2 is restricted until 2030 due to provisions set by the donor. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist.

ID: MSS Osler
Extent: 32.0 cubic feet
Scope and Content Notes
Biographical / Historical Notes
Statement on Access: Access to Margaret Osler's diary in Series 2 is restricted until 2030 due to provisions set by the donor. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist. All other materials in this collection are open for research.
Arrangement
Preferred Citation: Margaret Osler Papers (MSS Osler), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note:

Forty linear feet of assorted archival materials were accessioned from the estate of Margaret Osler by the OSU Libraries Special Collections on November 29, 2010.

One folder of correspondence was accessioned from Paul Farber by the OSU Libraries Special Collections on January 5, 2011.

Four linear feet of photographs and correspondence were accessioned from Francine Michaud, University of Calgary, by the OSU Libraries Special Collections on May 25, 2011.

Acquired: Future donations are anticipated.
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