Collection is open to the public.
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The University of Oregon was created by an act of the Oregon legislature in 1872. In 1876, the legislature passed an act to "Provide for the Support and Government of the University of Oregon." Section 2 of that act vested the government of the University in a nine-person Board of Regents. In 1929, the Legislature established the State Department of Higher Education and invested it with the power previously held by the individual Boards of Regents at all Oregon universities.
Collection contains office files, correspondence, minutes, biennial and annual reports, Deady Hall repair files, department, dorm, and building naming and dedication files, professor profiles, dorm information, and a record book.
Material is organized by accession and includes the following material: (lists are not comprehensive)
Accession 1996.849.A: Office files, correspondence, minutes, Deady Hall repair files, letters of support for UO creating and funding, and financial records, 1874-1916.
Accession 1996.96.A: Biennial and annual reports, 1885-1926.
Accession 2005.43.A: Record book, c. 1900s.
Accession 10667.A: Department, dorm, and building naming and dedication files, professor profiles, and dorm information.
[Identification of item], University of Oregon Board of Regents records, UA 123, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.
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