Monthly Archives: February 2010
High bridges, low bridges … Color bridges, sepia bridges … Boats under bridges, people on bridges … Does this sound like a Dr. Seuss story? Nope, it’s a new set in Flickr Commons! Joining the 8 other sets in the … Continue reading
Eyes to the Future is a 1949 publication of addresses given at the 75th anniversary of OSU in 1943. The Golden Jubilee basketball program is a souvenir basketball program celebrating the 50th anniversary of the men’s basketball at Oregon State … Continue reading
New Williams set in Flickr Commons! Another mainstay of the Gerald Williams Collection, the images of Native Americans throughout our state in this set are wonderful! Enjoy!
Connecting to Collections site live! And hiring a project manager … In 2006, the Heritage Health Index identified millions of items in the nation’s museums, libraries and other cultural institutions that were in danger due to neglect, poor environmental conditions, … Continue reading
We’re no longer babes in Flickr Commons! February 14th, 2009 seems like ages ago – and I can say that we’ve learned a lot, interacted a lot, winced a lot, and smiled a lot in the last year. Want to … Continue reading
Guess what? OSU has had quite a few guys & gals vying for those sparkling medals… This set is just a sampling of images of the athletes that we celebrate. Want to know more? The OSU Athletics site has put … Continue reading
Just when you thought you knew our pattern — we go on & change it! This month, in honor of our 1st anniversary as a Commons member, we’re releasing a new set each week. And, of course, we’re beginning where … Continue reading
We’re coming up on our 1 year anniversary as a Flickr Commons member, which means a little celebrating and a little reflecting. Sitting in my mailbox (the real one) was a copy of the Northwest Sportsman magazine for February 2010. … Continue reading
Check out the new OSU Archives finding aids uploaded for January, 2010.
Can’t get enough of historical research? Living history? Thinking about times past? This list was pulled together for the Society of American Archivists’ Reference, Access and Outreach Section newsletter. Podcasts are audio broadcasts delivered via an RSS feed or through … Continue reading