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David C. England Papers, 1954-1990

Collection Overview

Title: David C. England Papers, 1954-1990

ID: MSS England

Primary Creator: England, David C.

Extent: 3.45 cubic feet. More info below.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]


The David C. England Papers consist of materials related to England's research in swine production and breeding.

Scope and Content Notes

This collection includes manuscripts, article reprints, conference and technical papers, correspondence, course lecture notes, photographs, publications, speech and presentation notes and a certificate. The materials include proceedings from animal nutrition and swine research conferences as well as reports from annual Swine and Livestock meetings at OSU and other universities. Likewise included are materials prepared by England for use in teaching and research. The photographs document swine research at OSU and elsewhere.

Biographical / Historical Notes

Born in 1922 in Missouri, David C. England came to OSU in 1955 as Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and Assistant Animal Husbandman with the Agricultural Experiment Station. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1961 and to Professor in 1970, and position he held until his retirement in 1991. England specialized in the study of swine production and breeding. He earned his BS degree from Washington State College (1949) and his MS (1950) and Ph.D degrees from the University of Minnesota.

Administrative Information

More Extent Information: 915 photographs.; 4 cubic foot boxes

Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation: David C. England Papers (MSS England), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information: This collection is not fully processed and a complete finding aid is not available at this time.


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