The Dan Poling Papers consist of Poling's dissertation on Adair Village and a history of the Blue Key National Fraternity. Poling's paper, Adair Village: A Post-War Project in Community Living for Married Students of Oregon State College, was completed in 1956 for his Doctor of Education degree at the University of Oregon. Poling describes the housing needs of students following World War II; the history of Adair Village; the physical plant, management, and services provided at Adair Village; and community life activities. The collection includes two copies.
A History of Blue Key National Honor Fraternity 1942-1966 was prepared by Poling and provides information on Bert Clair Riley, the founder of Blue Key; the development of the organization; chapter membership; and conventions and programs. The papers also include minutes of Blue Key National Council meetings in 1966.
Camp Adair (Or.)
Oregon State College--Students.
Poling, Dan Williams
Riley, B. C. (Bert Clair), 1891-1962