The Evergreen State College0.75 cubic feet 3 5" document casesThe Washington State Institute for Public Policy Records documents the activities of the Washington State Institute for Public Policy from its creation in 1983 to 1999.Contact InformationFinding Aid
The Evergreen State College19.5 cubic feetThis records group documents the archival material produced by the Office of the President at The Evergreen State College from 1967 to 2012. The documents spanning the founding period of 1967 to 1972 are of particular import to the history of the school. This collection is ongoing.Contact InformationFinding Aid
The Evergreen State College0.125 cubic feetThe Margaret Gribskov Papers consists of one manuscript: The Last Farmers, written by Margaret Gribskov and copyrighted in 1985.Contact InformationFinding Aid
The Evergreen State College5.0 cubic feetThis collection consist of folklife artist of international, national, and local sources. This work began in 1986 and continued until its publication in 1989. Folklife art images are displayed from the five photographers - researchers. The Evergreen State College has an extensive array of photographic images for review (contact archivist). The research project is complied of personal data of most artist and images of their personal and professional works.Contact InformationFinding Aid
The Evergreen State College0.25 cubic feetThis collection documents the work of Nancy Taylor, a faculty member of The Evergreen State College, from 1974 to 2004, with a bulk of material from 1989 to 1990 concerning Joseph Olander.Contact InformationFinding Aid
The Evergreen State College40.0 cubic feet 2 flat filesThe Nisqually Delta Association Records document the activities of The Nisqually Delta Association (NDA) from inception to 1990.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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