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The Oregon Multicultural Archives is celebrating Latino/a Heritage Month with a photographic exhibit documenting the Bracero Program in Oregon. The 102 photos in the collection document the migrant workers brought to Oregon by the Mexican Farm Labor Program in the 1940s.

Find out more on the Oregon Multicultural Archives Blog Post

Be sure to check out the Online Exhibit

Physical Display: 5th Floor of the Valley Library, September 12 – October 26, 2012

Exhibit Curation: Natalia Fernandez, Oregon Multicultural Librarian

Exhibit Design: Christy Turner, OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center Student Worker

For More Information Contact: 

Natalia Fernández, Oregon Multicultural Librarian 

natalia.fernandez@oregonstate.edu

The OSU Libraries’ Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) assists in preserving the histories and sharing the stories that document Oregon's African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American communities.

 

The Oregon Multicultural Archives is celebrating Latino/a Heritage Month with a photographic exhibit documenting the Bracero Program in Oregon. The 102 photos in the collection document the migrant workers brought to Oregon by the Mexican Farm Labor Program in the 1940s.

Find out more on the Oregon Multicultural Archives Blog Post

Be sure to check out the Online Exhibit

Physical Display: 5th Floor of the Valley Library, September 12 – October 26, 2012

Exhibit Curation: Natalia Fernandez, Oregon Multicultural Librarian

Exhibit Design: Christy Turner, OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center Student Worker

For More Information Contact: 

Natalia Fernández, Oregon Multicultural Librarian 

natalia.fernandez@oregonstate.edu

The OSU Libraries’ Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) assists in preserving the histories and sharing the stories that document Oregon's African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American communities.

 

The Oregon Multicultural Archives is celebrating Latino/a Heritage Month with a photographic exhibit documenting the Bracero Program in Oregon. The 102 photos in the collection document the migrant workers brought to Oregon by the Mexican Farm Labor Program in the 1940s.

Find out more on the Oregon Multicultural Archives Blog Post

Be sure to check out the Online Exhibit

Physical Display: 5th Floor of the Valley Library, September 12 – October 26, 2012

Exhibit Curation: Natalia Fernandez, Oregon Multicultural Librarian

Exhibit Design: Christy Turner, OSU Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center Student Worker

For More Information Contact: 

Natalia Fernández, Oregon Multicultural Librarian 

natalia.fernandez@oregonstate.edu

The OSU Libraries’ Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) assists in preserving the histories and sharing the stories that document Oregon's African American, Asian American, Latino/a, and Native American communities.

 

The Valley Library is launching a new study room reservation system.  It goes live on Monday September 17.  No advance room reservations will be taken on the old system from September 14 – September 17.  You can still make a booking at the circulation desk for immediate use. Thank you for your patience as we switch to a new booking system.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

The Special Collections & Archives Research Center has partnered with the Benton County Historical Museum and Ball Studio to create “The Ball Studio Centennial Photography Exhibition.”  The exhibit features the work of four generations of the Ball Family who have operated Ball Studio, which has chronicled daily life in Corvallis and other Oregon communities since 1912.   Included are portraits; views of businesses, street scenes, landmarks, and of course OSU; aerial views and panoramic Cirkut view photographs.  The exhibit opens tomorrow (August 31), with a public reception at the museum in Philomath from 5-7 p.m.  The exhibit includes about 35 SCARC photographs.  Kudos to Christy Turner for doing much of the selection work for the exhibit.

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