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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Recording OSU History

On this episode, Libby Whitlow, Digital Storytelling Intern, chats with David Peters, Head of the Archives, about how history was recorded at OSU and some of the challenges in archiving materials…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Signature Sounds of the OSU Campus

On the last episode, "the sounds of a place", you heard music from Oklahoma Fiddlers and we explored the cultural significance of how a place sounds. On this episode, David Peters and I…

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Flat Cool & Acid-free: Paul Miller

As a prominent figure for both the Associated Press and Gannett Company during WWII and the Cold War, Paul Miller distinguishes himself as a true American journalist and witness to history. The…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Stillwater beginnings

Take a look back at the establishment of Stillwater and its Land-Grant University. Listen to other Library podcasts on the our website. Find archival photos of campus on the Oklahoma State…

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World War II Poster Collection

Learn more about the World War II Poster Collection, which contains dozens of posters from during the war. These posters covered nearly every aspect of life during World War II, from rationing food…

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Sources and Voices: Native Scholarship & Opportunity at Oklahoma State University.

Kappler's Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties is part of the OSU Library's digital collections. Indian Claims Commission Decisions Learn more about the Angie Debo Collection. You can get…

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Mesonet: an Oklahoma Oral History Research Program collection

View the collection at bit.ly/OOHRPmesonet

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The Williams Hall Project

Follow the Oklahoma State University Archives on Facebook at www.facebook.com/okstatescua for updates on the Williams Hall Project. Find more OSU and Oklahoma history at the Oklahoma State…

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Spotlight: House, Home, Town, Children, School

Taking a look at how a variety of resources can be used as data sets for research. Mary Larson, Associate Dean of Special Collections at the OSU Library, uses interviews from the Oklahoma Oral…

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Sidebar "OSU Presidential Spaces"

David Peters, Head of the Oklahoma State University Archives, highlights the different spaces on campus designed for the presidents of the University. Purchase a copy of STATE to read other…

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Paul Miller: American Journalist

As a prominent figure for both the Associated Press and Gannett Company during WWII and the Cold War, Paul Miller distinguishes himself as a true American journalist and witness to history. The…

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Can I Have This Dance?

In the 1920s, dances were a major part of the social life of sororities, fraternities, residential halls and other social groups. Dance cards were used to organize the order of dances and to…

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Sidebar "Secrets of the Century"

The year was 1941 and Oklahoma State University celebrates its 50th anniversary with the Golden Jubilee celebration. Memorabilia is placed in a time capsule to be opened 50 years later. The most…

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ARCHIVES: Nancy Randolph Davis, First African-American Enrollee at OSU

Nancy Randolph Davis was a pioneer in Oklahoma higher education and holds a special place in the history of Oklahoma State University. In the summer of 1949, she was the first African-American…

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ARCHIVES: Bob Kurland on Meeting Coach Henry Iba

Robert A. Kurland was born December 23, 1924 in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from high school in Jennings, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, and then headed to Oklahoma A&M College (OAMC).…

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ARCHIVES: Dr. Rollins on Joining OSU’s English Department in the 1970s

Peter C. Rollins graduated from Harvard University and was commissioned in the U.S. Marine Corps. He served three years, including duty in Vietnam. In 1966 Peter returned to Harvard to pursue a…

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