In 1961, Oregon State University officially established a small academic press. What started off quite small is now internationally recognized as a premiere publishing source about the Pacific Northwest.
The OSU Press has had fifty years of experience publishing a variety of nonfiction works in a variety of formats. Once featuring items such as scientific journals and atlases, now they focus on books that spotlight the rich environmental and natural history, culture, social and scientific issues, and literature of our region.
Want to know more? Come see the display in the 3rd Floor Archives Reading Room. Before or after your visit, be sure to check out both digital collections in Flickr including Paging through the Past: A Celebration of OSU Press’ 50th Anniversary and A Captivating Catalog Collection!
Want to learn more? Contact Oregon Multicultural Librarian Natalia Fernández at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibit curated by OSU Press Intern Angela Saraceno and University Archives Student Worker Ingrid Ockert.