Category Archives: Buildings

Friday Feature: rolling in the new accessions

It’s that special time of year when archivists get all sorts of wonderful gifts. This year we had an especially good haul from the Facilities Services department, which added many boxes of campus building plans! Want to know more about campus planning? … Continue reading

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The Day Peavy’s House Rolled Away…

Last weekend the 101-year-old Peavy House moved to an open lot at Northwest 30th Street and Northwest Johnson Avenue! The original owner was George Wilcox Peavy. He headed the forestry department in 1910 and in 1934 was named president of … Continue reading

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Be Local

To celebrate Oregon Archives Month 2011 we’re heading home (again) with a new collection called “Be Local: some things to note…” and an innaugural set called “Be Local: some places in Benton County.” Oregonians are passionate about our state, and … Continue reading

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Oregon Archives Month: Celebrating archival anniversaries at OSU with tours, film, and food!

Honoring 50 years of the University Archives and 25 years of the Special Collections at OSU, we’re celebrating our merger this year with a palette of events highlighting Beaver history! Lace up your sneakers and join us Saturday, October 1 … Continue reading

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Hello fall, we’ve missed you …

… and the hustle and bustle of a full campus! Though we’ve made it to the second week of classes and things are settling down a bit on campus … The leaves are turning and fluttering down through crisp fall … Continue reading

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OSU Buildings Named for Women

Thanks to the OSU Retirement Association for compiling this list! The exact number of OSU buildings named for women is not as clear cut as one might hope. To paraphrase a recent U.S. President, it all depends on how you … Continue reading

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