Guide to the Office of University Publications and OSU Press Records
1907-1995

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Creator: Oregon State University. Office of University Publications.
Title: Office of University Publications and OSU Press Records
Dates: 1907-1995 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 7.25 cubic feet (9 boxes, including 1 oversize box)
9 microfilm reels
Collection Number: RG 018
Summary: The Office of University Publications and OSU Press Records document the activities of the University Publications Office, the Committee on Publications, and the OSU Press. The records include news releases, correspondence, and extensive materials pertaining to the publications, Birds of Oregon and Improving College and University Teaching. The Office of University Publications was established in 1912; the Committee on Publications was established in 1936 and OSU Press was established in 1961.
Repository: Oregon State University Libraries
University Archives

121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-4501
Phone: 541-737-2165
Email: archives@oregonstate.edu
Web: http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/archives

Languages: Materials inEnglish. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

The Office of University Publications began in 1912; Edwin T. Reed was the first college editor and served until 1943. The office has published a variety of items over the years, but its mainstay has always been the university's General Catalog. Subsequent directors of the office have included Delmer Goode, 1943-56; J. Kenneth Munford, 1956-77; Gwil Evans, 1977-79; Tom Sanders, 1979-84; and Jeffrey Grass, 1984-2000 (also director of OSU Press 1984-present); and Tina Chovanec, 2000-present. Until 2000, the director of the University Publications Office also directed the OSU Press.

The forerunner of the OSU Press was the Committee on Publications, organized in 1936. Its charge, with funding from the State Board of Higher Education, was to publish suitable research material of the monograph type. It published 87 books and monographs prior to the establishment of the OSU Press in 1961. Since that time the Press has published more than 165 books.

Content Description

Records pertain to the University Publications Office, the OSU Press, and its predecessor. Subgroup 1, series I, Reorganization, 1926-1935, relates to the reorganization of higher education in Oregon. Series II, News Releases and Publications, 1907-ca. 1960, includes materials submitted to Oregon newspapers and publications, as well as information about and artwork pertaining to Oregon State College publications. Other series in Subgroup 1 include Series III. Typing Jobs, 1929-1937; Series IV. General Subject File, 1908-1995; Series V. Index of Publications; and Series VI. Correspondence.

Subgroup 2 consists of two series. Series I, Birds of Oregon, 1940, includes the edited typescript and illustrations to the monograph. It was number two in the Studies in Zoology series, and was published by what later became the OSU Press. Series II contains materials relating to Improving College and University Teaching, a journal published 1954-1978 and yearbook published 1975-1977. Delmer M. Goode was the editor. The series includes correspondence, manuscripts, mock-ups and proofs for the journal and yearbook.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation :  

Office of University Publications and OSU Press Records (RG 18), Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis, Oregon

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Organized into 2 subgroups: 1. Administrative Files, 1907-1995; and 2. OSU Press Publications, 1940-1979.

Related Materials :  

Related materials include the Publications Office Photograph Collection (P 94), the Edwin T. Reed Papers, the OSU Press Brochures and Catalogs (PUB 7-35d), and various files in the Memorabilia Collection.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Subgroup 1:  Administrative Files, 1907-1995
Container(s)
Description
Series I: Reorganization, 1926-1935
Reel
Folder
1 1 Contains the situation of the students prior to the reorganization. It includes the number of students at OSC, details of administration & information on curricula.
1 2 Contains financial comparisons of the state institutions of higher education; they were used in the survey to illustrate high costs before the reorganization and were again uses later to show the amount of savings resulting from reorganization.
1 3 Contains the biennial reports of the U. of O. & the U. of O. Medical School at Portland, 1930-1932
1 4 Concerns the changes in administration & curricula brought about in all state institutions of higher learning.
1 5 Contains the basis on which the OSBOHE initiated its plan for reorganization. It includes the legal basis for such action.
1 6 Contains the defense of the reorganization, as put forward by the OSBOHE, as well as by other not connected with the Board.
1 7 Correspondence regarding the friction between the U. of O. & OSC caused by the reorganization.
2 8 Reports & commentary on curricula adjustments.
2 9 News clippings concerning reorganization.
Series II: News Releases & Publications, 1907-circa 1960
Volume I
Reel
Folder
2 1 Agriculture education clipping-Oregon Journal, 1/25/1930
2 2 Letters from Dean Cordley to high school pupils-samples
2 3 Teaching Agriculture under the Smith-Hughes Act-H.H.Gibson
2 4 Response to Morning Astorian editorial
2 5 More than 1/4 Agricultural College graduates return to farm - from Fertilizer Review
2 6 Quotations from "Vocations in Industry", May Rogers Lane
2 7 What should be the policy & program of the college during period of readjustment inaugurated by the passage of the Agricultural Marketing Act?, Paul V. Maris
2 8 Oregon Cooperative Council news letter, May 21, 1930
2 9 Quotation-report of Special Legislative Commission on Agricultural Education of California, 1923
2 10 Notes on Oregon Agriculture, March, 1931
2 11 One hundred years of Oregon Agriculture, Paul V. Maris, 1928
2 12 Farm relief legislation, M.N. Nelson, 1929
2 13 Pacific Coast pear supply and price situation, S.W. Shear
2 14 Marketing activities of college Extension Service, Paul V. Maris, 1929
2 15 Source material on the Agricultural economic conference, 1924
2 16 Why California farm youths came to OSC, 1920
2 17 Provisions of Smith-Hughes Act & George-Mengus-Reed Act
Volume II
Reel
Folder
2 1 Biennial report, 1930-1932
2 2 Scrap material-biennial report
2 3 Suggested material for the President's section - biennial report
Volume III
Reel
Folder
2 1 A play for the radio "Catching step with future farmers" - Bread & Butter Club
Volume IV
Reel
Folder
2 1 College publications
2 2 Division of Information
2 3 Commencement Addresses
Volume V
Reel
Folder
2 1 College statistics, 1914-1924, 1927-1929, 1932
2 Miscellaneous, undated
Volume VI
Reel
Folder
2 1 Play - Bread & Butter Club, Session 2
Volume VII
Reel
Folder
2 1 Inspection of the college plant
2 2 Oregon State Agricultural College, A Technical Institution
2 3 The mission of OAC
2 4 Short articles giving general information
2 5 Purpose of the College
2 6 Oregon Agricultural College-Foundation
2 7 Facts showing the growth of OAC
2 8 General information-teaching, rank, scope, etc.
2 9 Short article comparing institutions
2 10 The OAC, three pages, general information
2 11 OAC graduates teaching in California
2 12 Rank of OAC among Agricultural Colleges
2 13 Location -, 1918 - dates not authentic
2 14 Description of buildings, 1920
2 15 Pioneer in Vocational education, 1920
2 16 Conditions at Agricultural college, 1921
2 17 General information - Forensic Activities, student body, etc., 1922
2 18 Tax levy discussion, 1922
2 19 Three Grand Division, 1923
2 20 General information, 1923-1924
2 21 Financial resources, admission requirements, 1925-1926
2 22 General information, lands, etc; home economics; grange, etc., 1925-1926
2 23 Faculty-Universities attended, degrees, etc., 1926
2 24 Staff by ages, 1926
2 25 Contribution to western education,etc., 1927-1931
2 26 Standard sorority rates, 1925-1926
2 27 Alumni Association, answers to a questionnaire
2 28 College economically administered
2 29 Free advantages in music
2 30 Facts often overlooked
2 31 Military training
2 32 Present and future plans of campus developments
2 33 Growth of institution since, 1907
2 34 "Graduates" from report of Dean Rogers to the President, 1928
2 35 Announcing winter term in music, 1928
2 36 Statement, output of Publications Office, 1928
2 37 Publications of educational & vocational guidance, a list
2 38 General information, 1928
2 39 Scraps of general information
2 40 The mission of Oregon State College, revision of "3"
2 41 Morality for school years, 1931-1932 & 1932-1933
2 42 State Board of Higher Education, short comment
2 43 Millage tax material
2 44 Comparative statement of enrollment, up to, 1913
2 45 Tributes to the College
Volume VIII
Reel
Folder
2 1 Land grant college survey, analysis, February, 1931
2 2 Relation of the land grant colleges to the state universities, 1905
2 3 Address of 1910 on the charges of the Carnegie Foundation, excerpts
2 4 League of Western writers, 1931
2 5 Report of state budget director, -Dept. of Higher Education, a memo manuscript, 11/1932
2 6 Institutions handicapped by lack of attendance of students who should be in college
2 7 Efficiency in higher education threatened
2 8 Consolidation of the University & College would result in
2 9 Concentration of administration & related dept. in Agriculture
2 10 Institutions handicapped by lack of attendance of students who should be in college, carbon #6
2 11 Higher education, a matter of course
2 12 Trend toward unified control
2 13 Comments on the report of the Curricula Committee, March 7, 1932
Volume IX
Reel
Folder
2 1 Brief historical sketches
2 2 Facts showing growth of OAC
2 3 Oregon Agricultural College
2 4 Letters from depts. concerning material for museum
2 5 Miscellaneous paragraphs-historical items concerning college, courses, etc.
2 6 "The Rock of the Marne" - from Congressional Record, May 1, 1920
2 7 Oregon's particular pride, the College
2 8 Most successful year, the College, 1915
2 9 Histories of the land grant colleges-suggested topics, Bureau of Education
2 10 History of agriculture, horticulture, & animal husbandry, a bibliography, 1922
2 11 References regarding historical sketches of President Kerr
2 12 Excerpts from Mrs. Finley's letter of July 3, 1919
2 13 Statements about the college in 1915, 1915
Three manuscripts averaging 4 1/2 pages each.
2 14 Write up of bulletin 200, illustrated bulletin
2 15 List of oratorical & debate contest for, 1922
2 16 Excerpts from Mrs. Waldo's letter of May 23, 1923
2 17 Brief history of military dept., 1914-1915
2 18 Service flag-request for information concerning stars
2 19 Assoc. work done during the past year, 1913-1913
2 20 College health service
2 21 Summary of trip made by College Editor's office to downtown printer
2 22 Resolution, Dr. Kerr, 1917
2 23 Some achievements of the Agricultural College, 1917
2 24 Resolution, To keep young men in college until needed for military service
2 25 Opportunities for technical students, Federal Board for Vocational Education, 1913
2 26 Letter to Dr. Kerr, appeal for assistance, 1917
2 27 Bernard Daly Educational Fund
2 29 A new degree course in Engineering
2 28 Facts showing the growth of OAC
2 30 OAC, separate articles
2 31 Purpose of development of the OAC
2 32 Land grant colleges, brief statement
2 33 Board of Higher Education, brief statement, 1929
Volume X
Reel
Folder
2 1 Dr. William Jasper Kerr, Biographical sketches
Volume XI
Reel
Folder
3 1 Service Flag Address
3 2 The President's greeting
3 3 The value of specialized training
3 4 OAC, 1921
(incomplete)
3 5 Convocation Address, 1921?
3 6 Quotations from Dr. Kerr concerning College (from "9")
3 7 OAC
3 8 A contention for technical training
3 9 Convocation Address, January 21, 1920
3 10 To sons & daughters of OAC
3 11 President Kerr's welcome to Alumni
3 12 Address to faculty
3 13 President's copy resolution, tuition
3 14 "Oregon State" for 1930 Beaver
3 15 Memorial Union for 1930 Beaver
3 16 Accident notes
3 17 "Oregon Trail" for 1932 Beaver
3 18 Article for Utah teachers periodical-biographical (source material)
3 19 Message for "Old Oregon", 1933
Volume XIV
Reel
Folder
3 1 Extension Service personnel
3 2 College standards
3 3 Intercollegiate code for academic costume
3 4 Agriculture in western Oregon, misc. articles, Oregon Magazine
3 5 Poultry complaint & comment
3 6 Oregon State Teachers Association
3 7 Junior weekend
3 8 Music questionnaire
3 9 Union-organized labor
3 10 List salaried Benton County teachers
3 11 Vanderlip business education
3 12 Community life conference
3 13 ROTC letter
3 14 Value of Experiment Stations
3 15 Salary schedule
3 16 Comments on College, 1922
3 17 Student activities
3 18 The Industrial Journalist Vol.I, No. 2, Feb., 1926
3 19 Outline Bible courses
3 20 Credits compared, U of W and WSC
3 21 City Plan Commission, 1 copy A.D. Taylor
3 22 Music
3 23 Dedication of Women's Building by J.K. Weatherford (Regent for 40 Yrs.)
3 24 Sketches - Rockne, Hafer, Butler
3 25 Proposed study nutritive properties cows milk-Haag
3 26 List books, Hope Lockley Library by Fred Lockley
3 27 Women in Business
3 28 Misc. paragraphs on College
3 29 Plan of Development Editor's Office
3 30 Points to remember in arranging to conduct visitors over campus
3 31 OAC Creed
3 32 OAC Pledge
3 33 Letter to Old Timers
3 34 Klamath Falls
3 35 A rural credit system for the development of the Pacific Coast by Elwood Mead, 1926
3 36 Memorandum of phrasing in Oregon laws designating branch experiment stations
3 37 How to promote community interest
3 38 Military training-benefits
Volume XV
Reel
Folder
3 1 Lists of students, graduates & students
3 2 Music in the land-grant colleges
3 3 The name of the college-petitions for change to OSC
3 4 "Oregon Chats" episode
3 5 Radio addresses: Dr. Kerr, Miss Nye, Mrs. Rodenwold
3 6 War services: Decorations, United States Army; Heroic Service; Gold Star Men of Oregon State
Volume XII - Dr. Kerr
Reel
Folder
3 1 Article for Sunday Oregonian on 25 years of service
3 2 Original letters & copies of telegrams received in congratulations
3 3 Resolution, Appointment to Chancellorship
3 4 William Jasper Kerr - an article written in, 1921
(short) Memorial Union
3 5 Memorial Union, before, 1928
3 6 History of movement for Memorial Union
3 7 OAC Memorial Hall
3 8 For Beaver, 1928
3 9 General articles
3 10 The college in the World War
3 11 Dedication, Memorial Union
Volume XIII
Reel
Folder
3 1 Out-of-State student fees
3 2 Method of financing building construction through, 1927-1928
3 3 Two highways for agriculture students
3 4 Additive drill cards
3 5 High school annual contest
3 6 Exhibits-educational exposition
3 7 Corvallis, A growing city
3 8 Draft of Certificate-Degree conferred
3 9 The college
3 10 The Open Hearth
3 11 State highway & county roads
3 12 Report, publicity committee Chamber of Commerce
3 13 Professors Owen's text book, 2 article, A & B
3 14 Help to farmers
3 15 4 articles prepared but not used: Humanities & Education, Our graduates in pursuit, Vocational instead of liberal arts, Vocational courses
3 16 Summary, Emergency Funds, Experiment Station, Extension Service
3 17 Oregon Survey, floor space
3 18 Greetings, tractor-covered wagon program
3 19 Advance of college as a land-grant institution
3 20 Rear Admiral Byrd
3 21 National Arts Club Contest
3 22 Oregon State Radio
3 23 Hotel Benton, lists changes in previous 2 years-Gazette Times had special edition June 3rd
3 24 The Museum
3 25 Church Union, Congregational, Presbyterian, men's brotherhood dinner
3 26 Motion pictures at Monmouth Normal
3 27 College Nights (Broadcasting)
3 28 The Oregon State Pharmaceutical Association Educational Fund
3 29 OSC, Dec., 1927
(comparing 20 years ago & now by Eloise Wright)
3 30 Band trip
3 31 Benton Farmers bring in good money
3 32 Poultry Business Serves World
3 33 Oregon Horticultural Society Convention
3 34 Professor E.B.Fotts
3 35 Dr. Magruder
3 36 "Modern Business" (announcement)
3 37 Oregon State Military Band
3 38 Morris Wenk
3 39 Soil Science Congress Report
3 40 Trip to Kittredge Ranch
3 41 Pharmaceutical Era
3 42 Boy Scout Celebration
3 43 "Properties & Economics of Fuels Used in Oregon"
3 44 Harvest Home Festival (Congregational Church)
3 45 Susie Fennel Pipes Recital
3 46 College Athletics - on newspaper article by Ted Vosburgh
3 47 Oregon State Teachers' Convention
3 48 "What Can A Woman Do With Home Economics Training", writeup
3 49 "Free Text Books" - Oregonian
3 50 Congregational Conference, 1930
3 51 Memorial Union
3 52 "The Home Record Book"
3 53 The Sunset Magazine
3 54 Deans Emeritus at OSU
3 55 "The joy of ignorance"
3 56 "The promised land" (Mr. Reed's song)
3 57 Boy Scouts Guest of Dads
3 58 Dean Smith & summer session
3 59 Gymnasium privileges of faculty members
Volume XVII
Reel
Folder
3 1 Non-resident tuition & fee legislation & its effect, 1926
3 2 Class memorials
3 3 Constitution of the Plymouth Community Club
3 4 Course of study, training in speech, 1929
3 5 Educational exposition, a newspaper article
3 6 How the Educational Exposition Deals with Vocational Guidance
3 7 Vocational Guidance (what career) material, 1928
3 8 The essence of the Oregon Seed Law
3 9 Institutional Publications, 1927-1928
3 10 Supplemental regulations concerning publications & printing
College Bulletins information
Box
7 The Memorial Union (bulletin 470), 1930
7 Occupations for the Agriculturally Trained, 1930-1931
7 What Can a Woman Do?, 1931
7 Guidance series, 1936-1937
Box
7 Oregon State Monograph Reprint Series, 1937
9 Publications artwork, circa 1932-1960
apx 12x17 in.
Box
9 Kerr portrait color separations for cover of June 1932 Oregon State Monthly
apx 12x17 in.
9 Artwork for Oregon State College and State of Oregon seals
apx 12x17 in.
Series III: Typing Jobs, Oct. 3, 1929 - December 27, 1929
Reel
Folder
3 1 College publications
3 2 Occupations for the Agriculturally Trained
3 3 Quotations for the agriculturally trained
3 4 Oregon State Facilities for Teaching of Agriculture
3 5 A campus guide book
3 6 Teaching Agriculture under the Smith-Hughes Act
3 7 Editorial Review of entrance requirements
3 8 Supplement to above
3 9 U. of O. publications
3 10 The farm
3 11 The Oregon State Creed
3 12 The Future of Agriculture in Oregon
3 13 List 21
3 14 Questions for the Agriculturally trained
3 15 General farming
3 16 Capitalizing experience on the farm
3 17 Oregon State's facilities for teaching of Agriculture
3 18 College publications
3 19 Occupations for the agriculturally trained
3 20 Vocation guidance booklet, Home Economics
3 21 Coast musicians
3 22 Occupations for the agriculturally trained
3 23 Engineering Experiment Station
3 24 Planting
3 25 Bulletins
3 26 Greeting to the baby beaver
3 27 Louis Pasteur
3 28 Memorandum of the President, 1928-1929
3 29 Pi Kappa Phi
3 30 Comparison of the Old Curricula & the New
3 31 Subsidizing Athletes at OSC
3 32 A harvest-home festival
3 33 Educational outline
3 34 Editorial Review
3 35 Introduction to the State of Oregon
3 36 The Carnegie Foundation
3 37 Vocational Guidance
3 38 Occupation for the agriculturally trained
3 39 Courses of instruction
3 40 List of Extension & Station Bulletins
3 41 Utah's survey
3 42 Osborne's evolution & religion in education
3 43 Legends for cuts in highway planting/publication
3 44 Outline of Dr. MacPherson's material
3 45 Comment of Dr. MacPherson's outline
3 46 Courses of instruction
3 47 Occupations for the agriculturally trained
3 48 What can a woman do with Home Economic training
3 49 Training for the farm & the farm home
3 50 The Oregon State School of Engineering
3 51 What I Believe, William
3 52 Dr. MacPherson's letter
3 53 Ornamental trees for Northwest highways
3 54 International yearbook
3 55 Mrs. Finley's letter
3 57 Revision of Mr. Maris's letter
3 58 The blazed trail
3 59 Personality & guidance
3 60 Revision of the above
3 61 Comment on the rural school reorganization
3 62 Engineering statesmanship
3 63 Cooperative
3 65 Quotation of Agricultural Economics
3 66 List of photographs
3 67 The educational exposition
3 68 Hansen's achievements
3 69 The honor system
3 70 Entomology
3 71 Director's report
3 72 Notes on the college, 1918-1929
3 73 College publications
3 74 Scout banquet
3 75 Oregon State Teachers' Convention
3 76 Plan for the State System of Education
4 76 Plan for the State System of Education
4 77 Scholarship in everyday life
4 78 Letter from Dean Cordley
4 79 Summary of bulletins & circulares necessary for, 1930
4 80 Answer to the charges of the Carnegie Foundation, 1910
4 81 The relations of the land grant colleges to the state universities
4 82 College publications
4 83 Alfred Atkinson
4 84 The vocational guidance conferences of the 1930 Educational Exposition
4 85 Executive machinery of the college
4 86 The U.S. Geological Survey
4 87 Music in institutions
4 88 Entomology
4 89 Music in the land grant colleges & university
4 90 Books on vocational guidance
4 91 OSC in an incubator
4 92 Oregon's memorial, poem
4 93 Music in different institutions
4 94 Land-grant colleges
4 95 State Board of Higher Education
4 96 Presidents' meeting at San Francisco
4 97 The Administrative Control of Athletics
4 98 Athletics scholarship administered by the university
4 99 List of publications
4 100 Brief sketch of the career of the college
4 101 Suspense, a poem
4 102 Science majors & technical minors
4 103 Vocations in industry
4 104 Letter from A.L.Peck, Professor of landscape architecture
4 105 The educational exposition
4 106 Comment on "What can a woman do with Home Ec. Training"
4 108 Legends for picture layouts
4 109 The memory gardens highway assoc.
4 110 Vocational education
4 111 Dr. W.J. Kerr
4 112 Commerce
4 113 The cost of instruction in Agriculture
4 114 Cooperation among state institutions
4 115 The survey on music
4 116 Accounting methods
4 117 KOAC
4 118 The career of the college
4 119 Educational exposition
4 122 Quotation from the Atlantic Monthly
4 121 Basic arts & sciences, Forestry, Engineering, Greenhouse Maintenance, etc., investigation
4 122 Emergency appropriations
4 123 Chamber of Commerce
4 124 Articles from the Barometer
4 125 Comment on Atlantic Monthly
4 126 The land-grant survey
4 127 Opportunities in Ag. Engineering
4 129 Opportunities in Farm Crop
4 130 Legends
4 131 The Campus
4 132 Article for the Masonic Analyst, on OSC
4 133 The Silver Freeze, poem by Walter Kidd
4 134 Night school
4 135 Opportunities in the Horticultural field
4 136 Opportunities in Horticultural products
4 137 Opportunities in Vegetable Gardening
4 138 Opportunities in Horticultural Research
4 139-140 A questionnaire about OSC
4 141 Letter to the editor of The Barometer E.T. Reed
4 142 Statement of OSC to the State Board of Higher Curricula
4 143 Reply to the Registrar
4 144 Opportunities in Soil Science
4 145 Letter to Mr. Watzek from President to OSC
Volume XVIII -, 1934, 1-17
Reel
Folder
4 662 Higher Education in a Changing World
4 575 Various statements probably given as greetings, Mother's Day, State Board of Higher Education, etc.
4 576 Student Publications Committee
4 578 Oregon State College
4 579 Report on Publications Dept.
4 647 Decrease in enrollment
4 648 Fibre Flax
4 645 Dad's Day & club
4 646 President's Address
4 641 Commencement
4 642 Dad's Banquet
4 643 Lists of buildings, dates erected, & costs
4 644 Letter to Mrs. Pierce
4 619 Higher Education Law of, 1929
4 620 Chancellor
4 621 Committee on Unified Admin.
4 622 Board by-laws
4 623 Oregon Code
4 624 Combination of Science
4 625 Report of Bulletin Committee
4 626 The Board Wavers in Decision
4 627 Result of Re-organization
4 628 Freshman week
4 649 Lower division
4 650 Student fees, safeguard of democracy
4 651 Mother's Day at University
4 652 Long tenure presidents
4 653 Women in Higher Education
4 654 B.A. degree of OSC
4 655 Dr. Suzzalo's last report
4 656 Federal relations to education
4 629 Foreword
4 630 President Peavy, speech
4 631 Requisitions, budgets & transfers
4 632-633 Federal coop. extension funds
4 634 Reorganization
4 635 Memorial - Dr. Giesy, Dr. Haskens
4 636 Chief Executive
4 637 Dean of Administration
4 638 Home Economics & other departments, budget
4 639 Physical Education
4 640 John C. Allmack
4 580 Preparatory Medical & Nursing Education Curricula
4 581 PE major at OSC
4 582 Federal Survey recommended parity in P.E.
4 583 OSC graduation, U. of O. graduates, also graduates from other institutions
4 584 Health & Physical Education
4 585 Requirements for certificate to teach P.E.
4 586 Organization of professional curricula in P.E.(School of Education)
4 587 List of schools
4 589 OSC
4 590-591 Gamma Phi Beta
4 592 School of Science
4 593 Abstract of new courses
4 594 High school graduates continuing their studies in high school
4 595 Junior college
4 596 Report on normal schools
4 597 On preparation of Station Bulletins
4 598 Mrs. Ada Hastings Hedges & her book, "Desert Poems"
4 599 Struthers Burt of poetry
4 600 President Chase of North Carolina
4 601 1934 Beaver Dedication
4 602 Planning the farmhouse for family needs
4 603 Publications, 1932-1934
4 604 Oregon School directory
4 605 Curricula Committee's Report
4 606 "A Distinguished Institution"
4 607 Bell-Schulmerich Bill
4 608 Engineering Experiment Station
4 609 Conference on Higher Education
4 610 Public Service by Instruction Staff
4 611 Mailing address
4 612 Teaching & research
4 613 Weakness of college
4 614 First School of Domestic Science
4 615 Expansion of Education
4 616 Engineering leaders
4 617 Millage income
4 618 Integrity of Millage Funds
4 657 Graduate work
4 658 Graduate work in science
4 659 Choosing an institution
4 660 State Press on Consolidation, 2/11/1934-10/3/1934
4 542 W.J. Kerr
4 543 Excerpts from Higher Education Office
4 544 Agriculture
4 545 Carnegie Foundation
4 546 Conflicting governmental philosophies
4 547 Edwin T. Reed
4 548 Excerpts
4 549 Dr. Kerr's resignation
4 550 The next hurdle of Higher Education
4 551 Governor Meier's letter
4 552 Additional investigations requested
4 553 Excerpts from Lower Division (Pub. Higher Ed. in Oregon)
4 554 Graduate study-history of
4 555 Wheaton's Newspaper Fable
4 556 High Cost of Agriculture Research
4 557 Brief characterization of OSC
4 558 Controversy, Dr. Kerr
4 559 Graduate work
4 560 Controversy in Higher Education
4 561 Quotations
4 562 Object of research
4 563 The measure of Higher Education
4 564 GWPV
4 565 Howard P. Barass
4 566 Hall Hoss
4 567 Excerpts from survey reports
4 568 Value of research
4 569 Notes from Board
4 570 Dormitory
4 571 Decrease in enrollment
4 572 General exposition of OSC
4 573 Mailing list
4 574 Dr. Kerr's principle of fair dealing
4 541 Recent experiences in centralized control, 11/9/1933
4 493 Cooperation & industrial recovery project, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 494 Special report by Mr. Buell, Review of audit & account system, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 495 Chamber of Commerce letter, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 496 Ancient enemies, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 497 Higher Education Law, 1929, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 498 By-laws, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 500 Loyalty to Chancellor, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 501 Accounting in State Institutions, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 502 Approval of Policy of the Board, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 503 The Chancellor, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 504 Practical hygiene, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 505-506 Quotations, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 507 Councils, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 508 To members of the OSBOHE, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 509 Dr. E.J.Anderson, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 510 Institutional presidents & faculty, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 511 Notes, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 512 University control, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 513 Differentiation of commerce work, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 514 Engineering school leaders in industry, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 515 Excerpts, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 516 To schools & depts., 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 517 OSU analysis of survey report, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 518 Members of the Academic Council, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 519 Rose Festival, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 520 Statewide system operative, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 521 Material sent to Mr. Burtner, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 522 Revisions for the Boards by-laws, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 523 Business option for engineers, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 524 A.W. Johnson, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 525 Beaver dedication, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 526 Excerpts, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 527 Chris Schubel, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 528 Lebanon criteria, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 529 Consolidation Rill, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 530 Eaton's proposal to legislation, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 531 A super university, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 532 Analysis of Dr. Hall's biennial report, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 533 Letter addressed to legislators, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 534 Samples of U. of O. recruiting methods, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 535 The safety valve, etc., 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 536 Japanese-American Courier, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 537 Christmas Time
4 538 Miss Middlekauff, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 539 Oregon Higher Education, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 530 Oregon, 10/5/1933-12/26/1933
4 146 Budget increase, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 147 Fine Arts in the Educational Program, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 149 Reply to the Secretary, State Board of Higher Curricula, from President, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 150 Letter from Registrar to Dr. Kerr, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 151 Report on accidental acid burn, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 152 Highway cleanup day, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 153 Movie legends, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 154 Corresp. between Mr. Watzig & President Kerr, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 155 Quotation-Agriculture, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 156 Ornamental trees, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 157 Health & Physical Ed. Controversy, reorganization, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 158 Comment on A Study of the Student Homes of Chin, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 159 Legends for P.E. pictures, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 160 Editorial on progress, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 161 A Household Word-poem by E.T. Reed, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 162 A note to congratulate high school graduates, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 163 Use of floor space, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 164 The Congregational Conference of Oregon, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 166 Occupations for the plant pathologist & the professional botanist
4 167 Opportunities in Dairy Production, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 168 Opportunities in Dairy Manufacturing in Oregon, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 169 Letter re: "Ornamental Trees for Northwest Highways," F. Berchtold, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 170 State Fair Premium Li, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 171 Building needs, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 172 Covered wagon program, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 173 Free textbooks, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 175 Plans for the Congregational Church Conference, 3/1931/1930-5/10/1930
4 176 Occupations in the Poultry Industry, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 177 Dr. Pennington & peace, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 178 Occupations in the Livestock Industry, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 179 Publications for circulation to students
4 180 Address by Dr. Gammon at the Congregational Conference, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 181 Admiral Byrd, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 182 Staff in Agriculture, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 183 Occupations in Zoology, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 184 Letter concerning Mr. Hudson, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 185 Poem by E.T. Reed, "Oregon State for Me", 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 186 Opportunities in Scientific Research relates to Agriculture, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 187 Occupations in Farm Management, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 188 National Arts Club Contest, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 189 Honorary Degree for Ulysses Grant McAlexander, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
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4 Oakes M. Plumber
4 Benjamin Franklin Pierce
4 James Knox Weatherford
4 Hopkin Jenkins
4 William W. Youngson
4 E.C. Allworth
4 Ben Selling
4 Mrs. Eva Emory Dye
4 Edward Charles Elliot
4 190 Occupations in Agricultural Economics, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 191 Women in Agriculture, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 192 Dairying, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 193 Cooperative Marketing, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 194 Excerpts of Professor Breithaupt's letter to A.G. Lunn
4 195 Occupations in Agriculture Chemistry, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 196 Excerpts from the Oregon Voter, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 197 Poem, "Four-H Clubbers", 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 198 Telegram to F.S.Higgins from G.W.Monfort, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 199 "The Homesock Clubber" - poem, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 200 Excerpts from the Educational Record, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 201 A copy of diploma given to Thomas West Falkerson, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 202 The Education Bill, see also 213, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 203 A study of the student homes of China, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 204 Occupations in Scientific Research related to Ag., 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 205 Reprint about Memorial Union, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 206 President Kerr's Message to the alumni, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 207 "Suppose We had Lost the War"-E.C. Allworth, radio address, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 208 Dairy Cattle-the highest awards, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 209 Managing the family income, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 210 Promotion of international relations and contacts, 5/13/1930-7/10/1930
4 211 Campus in October, Nov., etc. series for Alumnus, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 212 Ten commandments of finance, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 213 Federal aid for education, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 214 Vocational guidance booklets, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 215 Technical education-quotation from Dr. S.P. Capen, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 216 Excerpts from address by Hon. B.S. Fisher, Cmdr. of American League, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 217 President Kerr's introduction to dedicatory program, M.U., 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 218 Letter, Dean Cordley, to grads who took Stanford Vocation Interest Test, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 219 Faculty service in war, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 220 The college in the World War, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 221 "Train for Business", 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 222 "Oregon's Memorial"-poem, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 223 Excerpts from Constitution of the Memorial Union, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 224 Memorial Union-effects, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 225 Statement by W.J. Kerr on intramural sports, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 226 Statement by K.W. Jameson, Dean of Women, on M.U. & U.G. Dubach, Dean of Men, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 227 Uses of the Memorial Union, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 228 OSC Men in World War, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 229 Request for authorization to publish two reprints, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 230 Directory Board, Memorial Union, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 231 Curricula in Agriculture, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 232 Commendations of Lt. Frank Weld, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 233 Detroit-Breitenbush Road, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 234 Authorization to print Home Economics pamphlet on summer courses, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 235 Outline for biennial report, Home Economics, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 236 Mrs. Finley & her writings, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 237 The Gold Star Men of Oregon State in the World War, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 238 References to Bulletin 256, "Use of Time by Oregon Farm Homemakers," sent in letters to Dean Milam, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 239 Excerpts from "Relation of the State College to the New Movements in Higher Education," S. Capan, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 240 "A Study of the Student Homes of China", review, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 241 Report on OSC to Dr. Elliott of Purdue, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 242 Report on booklet on M.U., 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 243 "Give Yourself a Kick in the Seat", poem, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 244 Dean Cordley & the School of Agriculture, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 245 "Rocking the Cradle of the Subs", poem/song, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 246 ACE letter, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 247 Beautification of Oregon, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 248 Notice on "The Home Record", 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 249 Growth of School of Commerce, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 250 Dean Cordley, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 251 Letter to principals of high school, former students, granges, etc, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 252 Pipe organ defense, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 253 Questionnaire for self-analysis, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 254 Notes on the College, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 255 School of Commerce, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 256 Oregon Highways, 7/10/1930-2/5/1931
4 257 Article on M.U. for Infantry Journal, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 258 Land-grant college survey, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 259 Survey of Land-Grant Colleges & Universities, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 260 The Educational Exposition, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 261 Land-Grant College Survey, Chief Executive Officer, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 262 Suburban students predominate in the land-grant colleges, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 263 Vocational interests lead in the land-grant, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 264 Heritage of pioneers, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 265 What's going to happen to America, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 266 Oregon State's School of Commerce, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 267 Business Training, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 268 Masterly analysis in land-grant colleges, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 269 Roadsides of Oregon, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 270 Educational Developments, Dr. Kerr, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 271 Who's Who in America, Dr.Kerr, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 272 The Oregon State Agricultural College, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 273 The College, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 274 The Mission of OSC, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 275 Facts about the College, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 276 Collegiate Scholarship Standards, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 277 Notes on buildings, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 278 Misc. College facts, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 279 Dr. Rumbaugh, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 280 Research, land-grant colleges, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 281 "Athletics", poem & activities, etc., 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 282 "The Original American", poem by E.T. Reed, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 283 Work of the Registrar, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 284 Experiment Station, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 285 Brief of Oregon Institutions of Higher Learning, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 286 Financial, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 287 Engineering, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 288 Commerce, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 289 Oregon Agriculture, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 290 "The Orangemen", poem May 27, 1931
4 291 Summary observations, May 13, 1931
4 292 Second Supplementary Brief, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 293 The Governing Board, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 294 Supplementary Brief, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 295 Relationships between Admin. & Governing Control, 1/12/1931-4/5/1931
4 300 Agricultural Experiment Stations, 6/3/1931-6/17/1931
4 299 Publication Budgets, 6/3/1931-6/17/1931
4 298 Teachers' training, 6/3/1931-6/17/1931
4 297 College Press, 1929-1930
4 296 Publications, 6/3/1931-6/17/1931
4 295 Honorary Degree Characterizations, 1929
4 301 OSC, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
4 302 Excerpts concerning bulletins, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
4 303 OSAC, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
4 304 Resolution, Deans Emeritus, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 305 Resolutions, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 306 Questionnaire, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 307 President Kerr & the late adjustment, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 308 Station Bulletins; preparations of, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 309 Deans Emeritus, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 310 Sunset, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 311 Ask the College, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 312 Revision of the Style Book, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 313 Patrons of the Library, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 314 W.J. Kerr, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 315 Field work, employee's compensation, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 316 Policy of out-of-state travel, procedure, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 317 Supplementary notes of by-laws, OSBHE, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 318 "Aneroid", poem, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 319 "The Voice of Authority", 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 320 The University, Oregon State Curricula Adjustments, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 321 The spirit of the land-grant institutions, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 322 Walter Prince's Forefathers, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 323 "Suspense", poem by E.T.Reed, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 324 Squaw Creek Bridge, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 325 The Poultry Industry, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 326 The "199,000 Fund", 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 327 "The Old College" poem by E.T.Reed, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 328 William F. Herrin, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 329 Letter regarding complementary football tickets, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 330 Eleven Western States, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 331 Memo regarding Oregon State monthly, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 332 Four-H Club Work, 6/23/1931-11/16/1931
5 333 Climbing Mt. Hood, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 334 Adolphe Wolfe, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 335 Oregonian Reviews, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 336 "The Promised Land" poem, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 337 "The New History", 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 338 Appreciation: Captain Shaver, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 339 The joy of ignorance, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 340 Service of W.J. Kerr - 25 years, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 341 Doctor's dilemma, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 342 History of Thomas H. Cooper, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 343 Letter to Corvallis postmaster, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 344 Dr. M. Ellwood Smith, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 345 Dr. Harrison Van Hoyt, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 346 Dr. James Ralph Jewell, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 347 Letter regarding college catalogs, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 348 Letter to friends of Dr. Kerr, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 349 "Lone Eagle" poem, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 350 Higher Education in Oregon out of joint, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 351 Land-grant college survey & material pertaining to curricula committee, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 352 Buildings & institutional plant, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 353 Dr. Kerr for Chancellor, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 354 Resolutions, 10/29/1931-5/15/1932
5 355 Dr. Kerr's Administration, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 356 Keynotes from Dr. Kerr's Addresses & Writings, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 357 Symposium of estimates of Dr. Kerr, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 358 Henry Joseph Berkowitz, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 359 Dean Lawrence's recommendation, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 360 Ideas & ideals of a university, John C. Hutchinson, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 361 Quotation: J. Russell Smith, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 362 Quotation: Booker T.Washington, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 363-365 Other quotations, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 366 Comparative costs of catalogs, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 367 ROTC, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 368 Harold Rumbaugh, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 369 Music for the "Promised Land" by E.T. Reed, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 370 Jr. Colleges, Ashland & LaGrande, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 371 Retrospect of the U. of O., 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 372 Lower Decision Liberal Training, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 373 Calculating for student costs, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 374 Dr. Hector MacPherson, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 375 By-laws of the OSBHE, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 376 Who started consolidation?, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 377 Ten American Teachers' Colleges, 1926
5 378 The Willamette Valley, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 379 President's Letter, 1930 Beaver
5 380 State & federal money, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 381 "A Toast to- The Poet's Poet", poem, 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 382 Co-op Managers' Assoc., 5/18/1932-12/16/1932
5 383 The biennial report, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 384 Notes on visit of director of information, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 385 Dr. Kerr, Chancellor, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 386 Reply to biennial Report, proposed budget, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 387 Honor degree, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 388 Reply to minority report, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 389 Reorganization, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 390 Staff statistics, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 391 OSAC, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 392 Admission of state universities, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 393 Threats to Higher Education, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 394 Statements showing retrenchments, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 395 Excerpts from text of Education Law, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 396 Health & P.E. Organization, OSC, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 397 Reduction in income, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 398 Dedication, 1934 Beaver
5 399 Adm. of Info. at Eugene, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 400 Tuition fees, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 401 Advantages of continuing appropriations, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 402 Student enrollment, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 403 Duties of the Exec. Secretary, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 404 Publication & printing, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 405 Administration information, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 406 Catalog binding, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 407 Clara H. Waldo, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 408 Division of information, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 409 President Kerr, 1/13/1933-2/17/1933
5 410 Dr. Kerr outlines of his life & career, Chancellor, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 411 Boy Scout, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 412 Student mortality, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 413 Publication & printing, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 414 After I Graduate From High school, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 415 "The Bells of Long Ago" poem, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 416 Beaver greetings by Dr. Kerr, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 417 "Silver Mane", E.T. Reed, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 418 Suggested letter from Dr. Kerr to editor of "Old Oregon", 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 419 College Press, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 420 Lower Division of Jr. College, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 421 Reviewing progress of institutions, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 422 We await real budget figures, 2/18/1933-4/4/1933
5 423 Coordination on other states, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 424 Letter of condolence, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 425 Education at OSC, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 426 Conflicting governmental philosophies, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 427 Retrenchments, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 428 Finance as a factor in education, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 429 Mother & daughters banquet, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 430 Student welfare, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 431 Picture captions, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 432 Classification of freshmen & sophomores, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 434 Educational Foundation Throws Light on Oregon Higher Education Problems, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 435 News item on church dinner, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 436 Objectives & ideals of institutions differ, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 437 Extreme views should not dominate education Oregon State Mothers, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 438 The making of a great man, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 439 "The State & Higher Education," Carnegie Foundation, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 440 Reorganization of Higher Education a nation-wide movement, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 441 To the graduates of the College, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 442 North Carolina reorganization, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 443 Budget & salary cuts in other states, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 444 The day of reckoning for Higher Education, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 445 Trend toward unified control, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 446 Relation of State College to Higher Education, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 447 Trend toward unified control, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 448 Color design
5 449 Have faith-in state and nation, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 450 Telegram-engineering at U. of O. & OSC, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 451 Information of Dr. Kerr, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 452 President Hutchins "Hard Times & Higher Learning", 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 453 Analysis of Chancellor's File on Lower Division, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 454 Excerpts from the Chancellor's letter to the Gov., 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 455 The Depression & Education, 4/4/1933-1/17/1933
5 456 What the survey report has to say on consolidation, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 457 Summary of request for course changes in normal schools, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 458 Lower Division, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 459 A university profits by the Depression, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 460 Assoc. style book, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 461 Message to summer school students from Kerr, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 462 Summer session, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 463 New Colorado College plan, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 464 Minnesota Jr. College, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 465 University Jr. College at USC, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 466 Junior Certificate, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 467 Excerpts from human values in natural resources, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 468 Comparative costs OSC & U. of O., 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 469 Characterization of Dr. Kerr, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 470 Robertson's American Universities & Colleges, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 471 What the director can do in the preparation of Station Bulletins, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 472 Graduate work, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 473 Letter about prospective students, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 474 Jr. College at John Hopkins, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 475 Institutions handicapped by lack of attendance, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 476 Elements of a general education assured, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 477 Constructive principle followed by Board, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 478 Elimination of unnecessary duplication, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 479 Unification of common functions, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 480 Articulation of graduates study, research & extension, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 481 Future of Oregon Higher Education, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 482 Concentration of administration & related depts. in Ag., 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 483 Science must be restored, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 484 Accomplishments of Oregon Higher Education since Dr. Kerr was elected, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 485 Memo of conference with Dr. George Works, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 486 Gymnasium privileges available to faculty members, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 487 Introducing loyalty petition, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 488 Chancellor's greeting to freshmen, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 489 Higher Education, a matter of course, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 490 Program-Dr. J.B. Horner memorial broadcast, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 491 Delmer M. Goode, Scout Master, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 492 Book Review-Personal Hygiene, 7/5/1933-9/28/1933
5 665 Student fee bills, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 667 Poems, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 668 The religion of Mark Twain, 1-8, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 672 State Board of Higher Education, 14-33, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 673 Foreword to Leaflet, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 674 List errors in charges against Dr. Kerr, p.1-8, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 675 Forum, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 676 Cost of education a student, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 677 School costs of efficiency, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 678 Statement by Kerr, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 679 Biennial report, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 780 Secretarial training, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 668 The religion of Mark Twain, 9-15, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 669 Graduates, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 670 College Press, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 671 Dr. Kerr's salary, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 672 State Board of Higher Education, 1-13, 12/6/1935-8/13/1935
5 781 State scholarship & honorary degrees, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 782 Corvallis Water System, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 783 Graduates, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 784 Report of bulletins published, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 785 Coeducation, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 786 Land settlement, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 787 Dr. Kerr at Brigham Young University, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 788 Academic freedom, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 789 Medical School, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 790 Bibliography on Dr. Gatch, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 791 Timber, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 792 Departmental Collections, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 793 Dad's Club, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 794 Library Assoc., 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 795 Notes on Bloss & Miller, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 796 Faculty retirement systems, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 797 Same as above, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 798 Dept. of Music, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 799 Auditor for State Systems, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 800 Church meeting in Corvallis, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 801-802 D.M. Goode, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 803 Biographical notes on E.T. Reed, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 804 Memorial to Dr. James Knox Weatherford, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 805 Roscoe C. Nelson, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 806 Why go to College?, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 807 Eastern Oregon Normal School, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 808 A Veteran in the Service, Thomas M. Gatch, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 809 What us going to happen to America?, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 810 Convention of the League of Western Writers, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 811 Honesty in academic work, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 812 Audits, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 813 Summer lab at Crater Lake, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 814 Sigma XI & its refusal of a chapter at OSC, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 815 Dr. Gatch, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 816 Excerpts from Bringham Young College Bulletin, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 817 NEA, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 818 Effect of women's entering business & professions, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 819 Text of Bill 1851, providing places for location of public buildings, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 820 Announcements, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 821 Beaver, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 822 National Panhellenic, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 823 Research, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 824 Careers for women, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 825 Agricultural College of Utah, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 826 Commencement, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 827 Medical School, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 828 Portland Symphony Orchestra, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 829 Race between the Boreas & the Amaranth, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 830 Francois, a play, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 831 B.F. Irvine testimonial ceremony, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 832 Synthesis of knowledge, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 833 Music, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 834 School of Forestry Annual Banquet, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 835 Suggestions for improvement of Bureau Service, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 836 Irvine Testimonial Ceremony, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 837 Professor James Dryden, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 838 Irvine Testimonial, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 839 Faculty Bulletin, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 840 Dean Peavy, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 841 Honorary Degrees, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 842 Points in favor of salary restoration, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 843 Letter about "Which College", 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 844 Necessity of research, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 845 Rural year plan in Germany, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 846 Engineering booklets, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 847 Biological & Physical Sciences, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 848 Primary incentive to lead a student to enter State Institutions, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 849 Efficiency of counties-school organization, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 850 Oregon State Systems of Higher Education, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 851 Marshall Dana & social planning, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 852 Continuing appropriations, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 853 Why go to college?, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 854 The Tortoise & the Hare, 5/11/1935-8/27/1935
5 855 5 Publications Committee Meetings, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 856 6 Meeting Nov. 24, discussion of manuscripts, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
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5 7 Dedication: Oregon Normal School, federal aid, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 8 Dedication: Oregon Normal School, federal aid, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 9 Dedication: Oregon Normal School, federal aid, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 10 Federal relief of unemployment & State Board, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 15 Requisitions-publications office, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 859 18 Complete course of study, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 860 82 Explanation of course of study, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 861 83 Comment on Oregonian's proposal to make military training optional, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 862 84 Extension courses, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 863 85 Dedication: Health Service Building, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 864 86 Crime detection in Medical School, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 865 87 Tercentenary conference of Arts & Science, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 866 88 Questionnaires-PWA, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 867 89 Budget: President's letter to the Chancellor, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 868 91 Convention, State Christian Endeavor Assoc., 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 869 92 Radio: Forest Reserves, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 870 99 Dairy Industry, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 871 101 Cooperation with federal & state agencies, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 872 102 Monograph of Dr. J.W. Ellison, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 873 103 Monographs & budget, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 874 104 Song copyright, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 875 105 Biennial reports form depts., 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 876 106 Assorted information on Agriculture, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 877 107 Scientific discoveries of Dean Cordley, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 878 108 J.A. Hanson, Corvallis (poultryman), 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 879 110 Special lecturer, Dr. Kitson, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 880 111 Guest professor, Frank C. Moore, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 881 112 O.D. Adams, Summer session staff
5 882 113 H.W. Adams, Superintendent, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 883 114 Frederick G. Leasure joins staff, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 884 115 Brodie, Gabrielson, Hanson receive D. Sc., 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 885 116 Mrs. W.A. Jensen, retiring Pres. of Mothers' Club, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 886 117 Mrs. J.A. Hanson President Elect, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 887 118 Dr. Hiro Harada, Artist, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 888 119 Commencement speaker, Dr. Stratton Brooks, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 889 120 Baccalaureate speaker, Dr. J. Hudson Ballard, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 890 130 Farm programs on KOAC, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 891 131 General outline for biennial report, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
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5 132 Obituaries, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 135 The School of Forestry, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 136 University of Oregon Medical School, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 137 Research program in State Systems, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 139 Freshman Fable, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 890 140 Dedication of funeral home, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 893 142 Naming of Museum, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 894 143 Commendation of Bulletins, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 896 147 Occupations for graduates, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 897 150 Output of College Press, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 898 151 Dr. Kerr's Address: Founder's Day at Utah State, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 899 155 Notes on press matter, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 900 160 The Oregon State System of Higher Education, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 901 161 Chamber of Commerce, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 902 162 Century Club, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 903 163 Facts about Corvallis & Oregon, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 904 170 Editing, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 905 176 OSC in the First World War, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 906 179 Tributes from former students to Dr. Kerr, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 907 183 Picture captions for Dr. Kerr & Chancellor Hunter, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 908 184 Eulogy Honoring J.K. Weatherford, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 909 186 Laughter, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 910 187 4-H Club work in Oregon, 11/25/1936-3/25/1936
5 911 Typography, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 912 Visual aids, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 913 Student enrollment, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 914 Night Warbler-a poem, & others, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 915 Letter of transmittal for biennial report, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 916 Geology of Columbia River Canyon, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 917 Death of Dean Cordley, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 918-919 Retirement of Professor McAllister, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 920 Mailing Procedures, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 921 Outlook reports, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 922 Pharmacy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 923 4-H, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 924 Crime detection lab, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 925 State Service, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 926-927 Rural rehabilitation, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 929 Quality of butter, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 930 Vocational guidance, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 931 Engineering, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 932 Dairy Industry, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 933 U. of O. Medical School, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 934 Changes in faculty, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 935 Business Administration, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 936 School of Law, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 937 Experiment Station, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 938 State System of Higher Education, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 939 President Conant speaks on education, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 940 OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 941 Diploma copy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 942 Play, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 943 Medical & Nursing Education, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 944 Emergency needs of publications, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 945 Recommendation for Honorary Degrees, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 946 Residence halls at Oregon Normal School, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
5 947 Residence halls, OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 948 OSSHE, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 949 Herbert Townsend Vance, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 950 Horticulture Protectant, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 951 Procedures for getting dormitory room, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 952 Dr. James Jewell, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 953 Professor Carl Saleer, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 954 Dulcis Menloria-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 955 Ten Branch Stations, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 956 Publications, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 957 Kappa Phi, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 958 Notes on pictures of Harvard Tercentary, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 959a Notes on pictures of Harvard Tercentary, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 960 Notes on pictures of Harvard Tercentary, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 959 Comments on Survey Reports, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 960a Comment on Science on the University, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 961 Appreciation of Oregon, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 962-963 Promised Land, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 964 Memorial Elm, Class of, 1889, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 965 Old Age Security Program, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 966 Charles Henry Martin, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 967 Warren E. Forsythe, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 968 Agricultural Experiment Station, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 969 Caption for picture of football team, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 970 The Golden Years-a song, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 971 The Artist-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 972 Honorary degrees to Gov. Martin & Dr. Forsythe, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 973 Oregon State Monographs, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 974 Commencement programs, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 975 Oregon State Monographs, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 976 Retirement of B.F. Irvine, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 977 OSC & the Gazette Times, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 978 Graduate study, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 979 Graduate division, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 980 Elementary teacher training, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 980a Supplemental budget equipment, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 981 Dean Cordley, Wagoner's Book, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 982-983 Changes in fees, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 984 Leadership, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 985 Graduation ceremonies, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 986 Freshmen Week, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 987 James K. Weatherford, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 Clara Waldo
6 J.B. Horner
6 James Withycombe
6 988 Community aspects of medicine, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 989 Accidents involving state owned cars, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 990 Resignation of Dr. Clarence Boyer, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 991-993 Do You Remember?, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 994 Jr. & Sr. College, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 995 Behind These Columns, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 996-1001 Do You Remember?, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1002 A Recommendation, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1003 Do You Remember?, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1004 Publications Committee, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1005 Commencement Programs, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1006 Mrs. Sarah Finley, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1007 Make Corvallis Beautiful, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1008 Restoration of Science to University, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1009 Oregon & OSBHE, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1010 Summary survey commission report, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1011 Death of Roscoe C. Nelson, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1012 Excerpts from the Dedication Addresses, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1013 Victor E. Bailey, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1014 Agricultural Experiment Station, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1015 Oregon State Monograph Reprint Series, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1016 A protest by the State College Administrative Council, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1017 A Statement of Policy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1018 Statement by the Board, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1019 An analysis of OSC of the U. of O. request for Science Degree, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1020 Contributions to Scholarly Journals, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1021 Committee of Public Relations, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1022 Report to President Starr, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1023 Oregon Coast & University field work there, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1024 Detailed reply to Norris Brief, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1025 Professional schools, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1026 Liberal Arts & Sciences, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1027 Dean J.A. Bexell, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1028 Almost too late-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1029 Argument seeking the return of science to the U. of O., 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1030-31 Budget report of the monographs publications committee, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1031a Scraps unidentified, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1032 Monograph reprints for Publications Committee, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1033 John B. Horner's autobiography, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1034 Excerpts from report of President B.L. Arnold, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1035 Report of Wallis Nash, 1888, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1036 Report on Song-Orange O, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1037 Herbert Arnold Clark, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1038 History of OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1039 President & Mrs. Finley, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1040 Gates for lower campus entrance, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1041 Small town girl makes good, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1042 Report on Song-Orange O, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1043 Criticism of folder "Biology Camp", 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1044 Official report of President B.L.Arnold, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1045 Specific pages of annual report, Religion on campus, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1046 Specific pages of annual report, Two years in Oregon by Wallis Nash, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1047 J.C. Stevens, Degree of Doctor of Engineering, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1048 E.J. Kraus, the honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1049 Thornton T. Munger, The Honorary Degree of Director of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1050 Discipline in academic & social behavior, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1051 Letter to the editor, The Oregonian, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1052 Report of the financial condition of Corvallis College, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1053 Characteristics of President Finley's Admin., 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1054-55 Admin. of President Arnold, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1056 OSSHE, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1057 President Miller's Admin., 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1058 Expansion, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1059-61 Freshman Week, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1062 Honorary Degree-Dr. Kerr, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1063 School of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1064 The History of OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1065 Physical Plant, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1066 Faculty Committee of the School of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1067 School of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1068 School of Engineering, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1069 Secretarial Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1070 School of Education, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1071 Pharmacy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1072 Division of Ag. & Industrial Marketing, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1073 Students, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1074 Finances, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1075 Notes from an alum, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1076 Biennial report, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1077 School of Agriculture, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1078 School of Home Economics, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1079 School of Forestry, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1080 The State College stands high throughout Oregon, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1081 Liberal Arts & Sciences, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1082 School of Science, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1083 Ag. Experiment Station, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1084 Statewide service is the Institutional objective, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1085 President Kerr, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1086 History of OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1087 Admin. of President Finley, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1088 Admin. of President Arnold, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1089 Admin. of President Bloss, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1090 Admin. of President Miller, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1091 Admin. of President Gatch, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1092 Admin. of President Kerr, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1093 Admin. of President Peavy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
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6 1094 Inaugurations of Dr. Charles A. Howard, Pres. Eastern Oregon Normal School, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1095 7Oth Anniversary of OSC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1096 Kanas Day Picnic, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1097 Phi Kappa Phi, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1098 Frank L. Ballard, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1099 The Birds of Oregon, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1100 Oregon State Monographs, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1101 To Professor C.J. McIntosh, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1102 OSSHE, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1103 Publications Office, emergency equipment, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1104 General Extension, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1105 Summer sessions, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1106 KOAC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1107 Professor W.T. Johnson, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1108 Fisheries, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1109 The Viking Age, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1110 Oregon Survey Commission, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1111 Country Club Heights, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1112 Minutes of SBOHE meeting, July 31, 1931
6 1113 Herman Wildenvey, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1114 The Stockholm Town Hill, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1115 Red Carnations-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1116 The Rose-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1117 Turn the Old Horse Out- a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1118 In Absence-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1119 5Oth Anniversary of School of Home Economics, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1120 Beautification of the campus, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1120a Poems et al by E.T.Reed, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1121 Notations, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1122 Leadership of the State College, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1123 Dean Larsell's letter, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1124 System of Higher Education, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1125 Azalea-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1126 Not Mere Earth-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1127 G.W. Peavy, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1128 Willamette Rain-a poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1129 Spring has sprung, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1130 Lines in memory of Governor Johnson, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1131 Oregonian on the consolidation movement, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1132 The Garden Pilgrimage, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1133 Irritants, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1134 Major functions of land-grant institutes, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1135 Wild Iris-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1136 Irritants & unsolved issues, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1137 Complaints to the Gov. & the Board of Higher Curr., 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1138 The Memorial Union, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1139 Positions occupied by graduates, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1140 Meadowlark, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1141 Biennial report SOC, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1142 Oregon state record in Forensics, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1143 Doctor S.P. Kapen, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1144 Alone, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1145 Ask the College, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1146 Science Dept., 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1147 In Absence, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1148 Peace on Earth-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1149 In Flight-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1150 Suspense-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1151 Helen-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1152 Marie-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1153 Hail Friend-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1154 Where Heaven and Horizon Join-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1155 Immortal Beauty-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1156 The Moon Path-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1157 The Foot-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1158 The Statesman-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1159 Educational & Vocational Guidance, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1160 Oregon milk control act, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1161 Autumn Monotone-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1162 Ann Harvard- poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1163 John Harvard- poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1164 Serenity-poem, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1165 Education & Vocational Guidance, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1166 The Moon Path (same as 1156), 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1167 The Red Roofs of Bergen, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1168 Conservation of Wildlife, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1169 A Forest Policy of Oregon, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1170 A land-grant college program, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1171 The Red Roofs of Bergen (same as 1167), 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1172 Thrall of Oslo, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
6 1173 Memorial Union, 6/18/1936-12/27/1937
Series IV: General Subject File, 1908-1995
Reel
Folder
6 1 Newsclippings, 1915-1941
6 2 Planning & building of the M. U., 1930
6 3 Bookstore transfer, 1914
6 4 Misc. contracts & specifications related to OSC, 1908-1938
6 5 Student honors
6 6 Women's Athletic Assoc., 1914-1915
6 7 Public Works Admin., 1936
6 8 Marine Biology
6 9 Public speaking, 1930-1931
6 10 Kerr, 1931
6 11 E.T. Reed poems, song, writings, etc., 1920-1926
6 12 The "Orange and Black" publication, 1932
6 13 OSC Press relation, 1927-1939
6 14 Publicity, 1929-1931
6 15 Policies & general information for Office of Publication, 1937-1941
6 16 Committee on Publications, 1927
6 17 Publications, lists of OSC, 1931
6 18 Corresp. between C.D. Byrne & the Publications Office, 1935-1936
6 19 Office of Publications, budgets & costs, 1914-1935
6 20 Outside control of institutional finances, 1933-1934, 1937
6 21 1933 State audit
6 22 How "Complete" is OSC as a "Separate" land-grant college, 1941
6 23 Agriculture in the State of Oregon, 1924-1929
6 24 Agriculture training at OSC, 1936?
6 25 Questionnaires, 1948-1953
6 26 Questionnaires, 1942-1947
6 27 Questionnaires, prior to, 1943
6 28 OSC history
6 29 Corresp. & reports concerning KOAC, 1934-1937
6 30 Broadcast material for KOAC, 1934-1938
6 31 Jackson, Supt. of buildings OSC-defense of, 1933
7 31 Jackson, Supt. of buildings OSC-defense of, 1933
Reed, Edwin T., Poems, Songs, Writing, etc.
Box
1 "Do You Remember" columns, 1924-1926
1 Brochure Inquiries, 1937
1 Editorial Reviews, undated
Reed, Edwin T., Correspondence
Box
1 Memorial Union Campaign, 1925
1 Works, George A., University of Chicago, 1933-1934
American Association of Agricultural College Editors:
Box
1 Resolution 1931 meeting at OSC
1 Correspondence, 1931-1956
1 Annual meeting programs, 1950-1960
1 Agricultural Economics Writing Short Course, 1954
1 Publication appraisal, 1955
1 Membership directory, 1958-1959
Box
1 Association of American University Presses, 1961-1966
Box
1 College Press (Printing Department), 1925-1936
Box
1 Graduate Program, 1976-1977
Box
1 Improvement of Teaching at Oregon State College, 1961
Box
1 Logo Usage Guide, circa 1995
Box
1 NORTHWEST BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, 1963-1967
Box
1 OSSHE Information Division administration, 1933
Box
1 Organizational chart, Publications Office, circa 1961
Box
1 Publications meetings, 1961-1963
Box
1 Publications Office biennial reports, 1946 and 1952
Box
1 Report on OSU Publications, 1959-1960
Box
1 Special report to President Peavy, July 13, 1934
Box
1 Summary of Publications, 1955-1959
Box
1 Hoyt report, 1946
Box
1 Resolutions, undated
Series V: Index of Publications
Reel
8 "A" - "Interfraternity Banquet" (mid-folder)
9 "Interfraternity Banquet" (mid-folder)-Zoology
9 Graduate Poster, pre-1962
Box
1 Series VI: Correspondence, 1944-1978
Box
1 Association of American Publishers, 1971
1 Biennial Report, 1962-1972
1 Business Office, 1964-1966
1 Misc. B, 1970-1977
1 Career folders, 1965-1973
1 Carter Award, 1954-1977
1 Catalog, 1944-1976
1 Commencement, 1961-1977
1 Misc. C, 1959-1967
1 Deanships, Schools of Science and Humanities and Social Sciences, 1961
1 Directories, 1967
1 Misc. E, 1977
1 Faculty Senate, 1962
1 Forestry, 1961
1 Gaskel, R. E., 1967
1 General Information Bulletin, 1960-1967
1 Gibbs, Wallace E., 1962-1964
1 Graphic Arts Center, 1967
1 Graduate posters, 1961
1 Misc. G, 1962
1 Hankins, Lila, 1969
1 Misc. H, 1958-1977
1 Hovland, Warren, 1960
1 Kahananui, Clarethel, 1957-1973
1 Layman, George H., 1972
1 Lieuallen, R. E., 1962
1 Misc. L, 1967-1973
1 MacVicar, Robert, 1970-1977
1 Mapping Your Education, 1971-1976
1 McGrath, Earl J., 1957-1960
1 Merryman, Carl D., 1973
1 Misc. M, 1961-1967
1 Martin, George Y., 1950-1966
1 Nagel, Thomas S., 1968-1970
1 National Geographic Society, 1968
1 Misc. N, 1968-1973
1 Misc. O, 1968-1976
1 Oregon Centennial, 1958
1 "Oregon Stater" and "OSU Scope", 1967-1974
1 OSU Centennial, 1967-1968
1 Peck, Robert D., 1972
1 Popovich, Milosh, 1960-1978
1 Misc. P, 1973
1 Misc. R, 1966
1 Shideler, Fred, 1960-1966
1 Space allocation, 1960-1971
1 Strand, A. L., 1958
1 Student Information Distribution Center, 1964
1 "Trees to Know in Oregon", 1957
1 University Goals, 1969
1 Widicus, Wilbur, 1977
1 Wirt, Robert J., 1966
1 Wittig, Gertraude, 1968-1973
1 Misc. W, 1975
1 Young, Roy A., 1970-1976
1 Young, Ken, 1962-1969

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Subgroup II:  OSU Press Publications, 1940-1979
Container(s)
Description
Series I: Birds of Oregon , 1940
Box
1 Edited typescript (1018 pages)
Illustrations:
Box
1 Figures 1-18
1 Frontispiece
1 Plates 1-20
2 Plates 21-97
Series II: Improving College and University Teaching , 1953-1979
Correspondence
Box
2 Luncheons, 1972-1973
2 21st Birthday, 1974
2 Publisher's review copies, 1965-1968
2 Book review materials, 1954-1977
2 Comments re: ICUT, 1953-1971
2 Canadian issue, 1960-1961
2 Complimentary, 1953-1974
2 Composite index requests, 1960-1962
2 Exchanges - journals, ads, 1961-1977
2 Johnson Reprint, microfilm, 1963-1978
2 Reid Foundation, 1977-1978
2 Requests for reprints, 1963-1971
2 Permissions, 1953-1978
2 Promotion, 1953-1977
2 Prospects and promises, 1954-1978
2 Requests for samples, 1954-1978
2 Subscription rates, 1974-1977
2 Editorial Advisory Board, 1953-1977
2 Brogan, Howard, 1968-1971
2 Chase, Mary Ellen, 1960-1962
2 Crane, Robert M., 1963-1968
2 Danforth Foundation, 1963
2 Duryea, E. D., 1954-1976
2 Estrin, Herman A., 1964-1974
2 Hankins, Lela R., 1975
2 Hatch, Winslow R., 1953-1973
2 Hungerford, Curtiss R., 1969-1976
2 Rosetta Stone, 1964
2 Loeffelbein, Robert L., 1962-1966
2 Mayer, Frederic, 1963-1973
2 Morton, Richard K., 1964-1973
2 Neudling, Chester, 1965-1975
3 Pullias, Earl, 1962-1976
3 Roucek, Joseph S., 1970
3 Stickler, W. Hugh, 1963-1966
3 Tead, Ordway, 1953-1970
3 Withers, A. M., 1953-1964
3 Wallace, Eunice, 1963-1975
3 Marshall, Max S., 1953-1971
3 General, 1953-1979
3 Miscellaneous, 1973-1979
Box
3 Copyright Registration, 1957-1978
3 Statement of Ownership, Management, & Circulation, 1963-1978
3 Miscellaneous Advertising Information, undated
3 Verse/Fillers, pending, 1953-1977
3 Inventory, 1963-1978
Winter 1975 Issue
Box
3 Author Correspondence
3 Mock-up and other production materials
Spring 1975 Issue
Box
3 Author Correspondence
3 Edited Manuscripts
3 Mock-up and other production materials
Summer 1975 Issue
Box
3 Author Correspondence
3 Mock-up and other production materials
Autumn 1975 Issue
Box
3 Author Correspondence
3 Edited Manuscripts
4 Edited Manuscripts
4 Mock-up
4 Reprint Requests, 1975
Winter 1976 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Mock-up and other production materials
Spring 1976 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Mock-up and other production materials
Summer 1976 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Mock-up and other production materials
Autumn 1976 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Mock-up and other production materials
Winter 1977 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Mock-up and other production materials
Spring 1977 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Edited Manuscripts
4 Mock-up and other production materials
4 Reprint Requests
Summer 1977 Issue
Box
4 Author Correspondence
4 Edited Manuscripts
5 Edited Manuscripts
5 Mock-up and other production materials
Autumn 1977 Issue
Box
5 Author Correspondence
5 Edited Manuscripts
5 Mock-up and other production materials
Winter 1978 Issue
Box
5 Author Correspondence
5 Edited Manuscripts
5 Mock-up and other production materials
5 Approved Galley Proof
5 Other Proofs
5 Returned Manuscripts Correspondence, 1976-1978
6 Returned Manuscripts Correspondence, 1978
6 Rejected Manuscripts Correspondence, 1978
6 Discarded Manuscripts Correspondence, 1978
6 No Response, Manuscripts Returned Correspondence, 1978
6 Returned Manuscripts Correspondence - Mail Undeliverable/Bad Addresses, 1978
Yearbook
Box
6 General Information, 1975-1977
6 Inventory, 1975-1977
6 Titles
6 Orders, 1975-1977
6 Standing Orders
6 Title Pages, etc., 1976-1977
6 Order Information (OSU Printing Dept.), 1975-1977
1977 Issue:
Box
6 Edited Manuscripts, 1-40
7 Edited Manuscripts, 41-72
7 Masters
7 Preprints
7 Checks and Manuscripts Returned Correspondence, 1978
7 Unpaid Manuscripts Returned Correspondence, 1978
7 Paid Manuscripts Returned Correspondence, 1978
8 Author Index Cards, A-Z, 1953-1978

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Goode, Delmer M.
  • Kerr, William Jasper, 1863-1947.
  • Reed, Edwin Thomas, 1872-1948.
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Association of Agricultural College Editors.
  • Association of American University Presses.
  • Oregon Agricultural College--History.
  • Oregon State Board of Higher Education.
  • Oregon State College--History.
  • Subject Terms :
  • Catalogs, College--Oregon.
  • College publications--Oregon.
  • College publicity--Oregon.
  • College teaching--Periodicals.
  • University presses--Oregon.
  • Titles within the Collection :
  • Birds of Oregon
  • Improving college and university teaching
    • Other Creators :
    • Evans, Gwil.
    • Gabrielson, Ira Noel, 1889-
    • Goode, Delmer M.
    • Munford, James Kenneth.
    • Reed, Edwin Thomas, 1872-1948.
    • Oregon State University. Graduate School.
    • Oregon State University. Office of Publications.
    • Oregon State University. Press.

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