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OSU Buildings History (2017 Evaluation) - SCARC Archival Resources

About this Guide and How to Access OSU Archival Resources

Special Collections & Archives Research Center

The OSU Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) is home to the university’s unique collections of manuscripts, archives, photographs, digital records, and books.

  • Included within SCARC collections is documentation of the campus buildings as well as biographical information regarding building namesakes.
  • This guide is a compilation of the known records within SCARC's collections pertaining to four campus buildings: Arnold Dining Hall, Avery Lodge, Benton Hall and Annex, and Gill Coliseum.
  • While some materials are available online, the majority are only accessible by an in-person visit to conduct research in SCARC