We completed or updated six finding aids in July and August 2018.
- Two of the guides are updates to reflect current descriptive practice and incorporate additions to the collections
- Two of the guides are for collections that were only minimally described and are now fully processed
- Two of the guides are for University Publications (PUBS)
Finding aids that have been updated to reflect current descriptive practice and incorporate additions:
These materials were generated and assembled by the President’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCOSW), an independent commission established in 1972 at Oregon State University with responsibility for advising the President and other administrators on issues of concern to women on campus. The records in the collection document the activities of the Commission in its research and advisory role.
This collection consists of images of Wilson, a Corvallis native and Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) alum, as well as his family and friends, the OAC campus, Corvallis, and other locations around the Pacific Northwest. The collection also includes images of the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco and photos of Siletz tribe members. Digitized images from the E.E. Wilson Photographic Collection can be viewed in Oregon Digital.
Collections that were only minimally described:
This collection consists of teaching and research records created and assembled by Te May Tsou Ching, professor of seed physiology at Oregon State University from 1956-1988. The materials document Ching’s career via correspondence; research materials including project files, laboratory notebooks, specimen photographs, and bibliographic records; teaching materials; administrative and programmatic records from the Crop Science Department; and records from her involvement in various professional activities and organizations.
These records document the activities and operations of the Oregon State University Home Economics Club. The record are comprised of constitutions, correspondence, financial records, meeting minutes, reports, newsletters, materials from state and national organizations, and scrapbooks.
These annual publications provide a preview for incoming students and the new academic year and promote Oregon State College to potential new students. All of the publications are available online in Oregon Digital.
The Staff Newsletter consists of the weekly publication for Oregon State University faculty and staff published from 1961 through 2009 as The Staff Newsletter, OSU This Week, OSU This Summer, and LIFE@OSU. The newsletter includes articles, announcements and news of campus-wide interest. The Faculty Senate minutes were published as an appendix to the newsletter during the 1960s and 1970s. Most of the issues ofOSU This Week and OSU This Summer for 1987-2008 are available online in Oregon Digital.