Welcome to the archive for The Daily O'Collegian, the campus newspaper of Oklahoma University since 1895.The Daily O'Collegian Archive from 1895 to 2011 has been created from a silver microfilm master, originally produced by the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The Spotlighting Oklahoma Oral History Project was officially launched in 2009 as a way to document the development of Oklahoma by recording its cultural and intellectual history. As a result, a series of individual oral history projects fall under the Spotlighting designation, including the following special focus areas:
This collection provides full text access to publication from the OSU Center for Veterinary Health Sciences: VetCetera (1998 to the present).
This collection represents the research efforts of those candidates who chose to include a written component as part of their graduate work in the OSU School of Architecture from 1927 to the present. Currently it includes more than 130 Architecture and Architectural Engineering Theses, Master’s Reports, and Creative Components and …
Digital collections at the Edmon Low Library are a collaborative
project based effort between Special Collections and University Archives, Government Documents, Oral History and Digital Library Services Department. Collections include photography, audio and video files related to Oklahoma State University (related to it’s land grant mission) and a diverse range of topics that are intertwined with the rich history of Oklahoma.
If you have additional information about any of these collections, please contact OSU Library Special Collections and University Archives, 405-744-6311.