Tag Archives: Exhibits

Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, Fall 2013

Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, 2013 This Fall term Professor Jean Moule again taught her course TCE 408H “Sundown Towns in Oregon” and she invited the OMA to be a part of the classroom experience! Natalia Fernández, OMA Archivist, worked … Continue reading

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Activism Exhibit!

Activism Exhibit The OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center recently curated an exhibition featuring activism in the collections and various OMA collections are included! Exhibition Information: Dates: October 2013 – March 2014 Location: OSU Valley Library, 5th Floor, 8:30am – … Continue reading

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The Urban League of Portland’s 2013 Equal Opportunity Day Awards Dinner

OSU Table at the EOD Dinner This year marks another fantastic Urban League of Portland (ULPDX) Equal Opportunity Day Awards Dinner and the OMA was there to celebrate! The honoree this year was Dr. George J. Brown, President and CEO of … Continue reading

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Braceros Photos in a New Salem Art Exhibit

“Creating Abundance” Art Exhibition in Salem Six photos from the Braceros in Photograph Collection are featured as part of a new art exhibition in Salem!  The exhibit is Creating Abundance and “features work by Phil Decker, Judy Phipps, Deanna White, Joel Zak, … Continue reading

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“The Fall of ’41: Students of Japanese Descent at Oregon State College”

In celebration of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Oregon Multicultural Archives presents the display “The Fall of ’41: Students of Japanese Descent at Oregon State College” Beginning with an overview of the Japanese immigration to Oregon, the display largely chronicles the campus reaction, … Continue reading

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Borderless Stories Exhibit

Borderless Stories Exhibit The traveling exhibit Borderless Stories is now at the OSU Valley Library! Borderless Stories shares the lives of immigrants in Rural Oregon. The exhibit is coordinated by the Rural Organizing Project (ROP) with the Immigrant Family Advocates (IFA) in … Continue reading

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Black History Month Display – “Creating an Archival Collection”

In celebration of Black History Month, the Oregon Multicultural Archives presents the display “Creating an Archival Collection: St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Parish Records.” The display includes three components: 1. “Archivist Jargon”: 5 simple terms that will have you talking like a pro: Archives can … Continue reading

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Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, Fall 2012

Sundown Towns in Oregon Display, 2012 This Fall term Professor Jean Moule taught her course TCE 408H “Sundown Towns in Oregon” and she invited the OMA to be a part of the classroom experience! Natalia, OMA Archivist, and Tiah, SCARC’s … Continue reading

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OMA Exhibit!

  OMA Exhibit As part of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center‘s new Signature Areas Exhibit, the OMA is featuring numerous manuscript, photo, and oral history collections available to researchers! Exhibt Photos and Information Oregon’s African American and Latino/a … Continue reading

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The OMA in the OHQ and at the Archives Crawl!

The OMA in the OHQ This year in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Oregon, the Oregon Historical Quarterly published a special issue regarding Women and Citizenship in Oregon. The OMA is included in this fantastic issue with the … Continue reading

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