The Meehan Papers consist of materials created and assembled by Honors Program Director and History Department Instructor Margaret Meehan, a staff member at Oregon State University from 1970 to 1986. The collection chiefly consists of materials relating to women in American history and culture and items documenting the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy.
This album documents the interests and activities of a woman tentatively identified as Helen Marburger – an Oregon Agricultural College student – between 1920 and 1926. The album includes images of Marburger’s friends and family, campus buildings and views, recreational activities, and Oregon landscapes and landmarks, The collection includes about 400 prints and 50 nitrate negatives. This album was formerly part of Harriet’s Collection and was separated in order to allow for enhanced description.
These publications consist of two groups of reports issued in the late 1940s-early 1950s and in the early 1970s that summarize the status of agricultur3e and other natural resources in Oregon, identify trends, and recommend future directions. The reports were published by the Oregon State University Extension Service. All of the publications are available online in Oregon Digital.
This collection includes papers issued by a variety of both government and government-contracted organizations focused on the research, application, and development of nuclear energy and reactor design. The finding aid describes items held in original paper form and those that are available online. The original finding aid (created in 2009) was substantially revised in 2017.