For American Archives Month (celebrated each October), archives assistants Zoë Maughan, Jordan Jedry, and River Freemont created short videos highlighting themes in different historical collections here in the OHSU Library. Created to contribute to Oregon Archives Month activities, these videos spotlight relevant themes in Oregon history from our collections:
- Collection Highlight: Exploring Nuclear Proliferation | Written, narrated and produced by Zoë Maughan
Discover collections with unique materials on the theme of health activism and research on nuclear proliferation, featuring the Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility collection, the Joy Spalding collection, the Alice M. Stewart interviews, and the Charles Grossman papers.
- Collection Highlight: Health in the Workplace | Written and narrated by Jordan Jedry Delve into perspectives on occupational health in early twentieth century Oregon, featuring public health documents from our digital collection, Public Health in Oregon: Discovering Historical Data.
- Collection Highlight: Perceptions of Public Health | Written and narrated by River Freemont Explore the theme of twentieth century perceptions of public health, featuring public health documents from our digital collection, Public Health in Oregon: Discovering Historical Data.
Interested in learning more about any of the collections or themes discussed in these videos? Contact Historical Collections & Archives to get started.