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 Topic: Tee Corinne Collection, University of Oregon

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Posted: 9 Oct 2006, 7:27 pm    Post subject: Tee Corinne Collection, University of Oregon Reply with quote

University of Oregon Seeks Donations of Materials Related to Tee Corinne's Life and Work

Tee Corinne was a remarkable woman, a prolific artist in words and images, a true pioneer, and an inspiration to so many. The University of Oregon Libraries is extremely pleased to be the beneficiary of her papers and her estate.

Library staff in Special Collections and University Archives have been working with Tee since 1999. These materials have been carefully processed and are now available to researchers worldwide. A finding aid to her collection can be found online through Northwest Digital Archives:

As we gather the remainder of Tee's enormous body of work, including photographs, literature, artwork, artifacts and personal history, they will be integrated into this collection, to document her life and creative process. Tee's gift to the University will support the processing and preservation of these collections. Donations from the public will further assure this legacy.

Special Collections is a repository for historical and literary manuscripts, including photographs, film, and work in other media, and is dedicated to the collection and preservation of original source material pertaining to the history, literature, and culture of the Pacific Northwest and the United States. Our goal is to preserve, sort, arrange, describe, and make available for scholarly research the materials that we acquire. With nearly 3,000 individual collections in our holdings, we also have a vast collection of rare books and books about Oregon or by Oregon authors (the Oregon Collection). Our knowledgeable staff is available to work with researchers and students in the Paulson Reading Room in the Knight Library on the University of Oregon campus. More information is available at our Web site:

If you have papers or materials relating to Tee, we welcome your donations, now or at a later time, to become part of her collection and her legacy. Please call or write Linda Long, Manuscripts Librarian, at (541) 346-1906 or
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