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Ohio State University. Archives

2700 Kenny Road
Columbus, Ohio 43210

Fax: 614-688-4150

Phone: 614-292-1767

Repository URL: http://library.osu.edu/find/collections/the-ohio-state-university-archives External Link

Repository code: ohcoua

Repository description (CRHP): The Ohio State University Oral History Project includes interviews with faculty and administrators about Black Studies programs, minority recruitment and retention, race relations on campus, and the civil disturbances on campus in 1970.

Repository description (extant): Established in 1965, The Ohio State University Archives serves as the official memory of the University. Since then, the Archives has collected more than 30,000 linear feet of manuscripts materials and roughly 2 million photos and other images to serve this purpose. From a copy of the Cannon Act that created the original Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College to the electronic correspondence of recent OSU Pres. Karen Holbrook (2002-2007), the Archives has a wide variety of materials to help researchers create their own interpretation of OSU history.

Repository type: University Special Collection

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The Ohio State University oral history project

 

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