Documents related to the development and activities of the Pride Faculty Staff Association. Includes bylaws, minutes, surveys, event announcements, and correspondence. Records date between 2011-2017. More information available at https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8bp089v/admin/
Photographs, negatives, and photographic slides created and collected by campus staff, faculty, and students between 1900-2017. Images include campus buildings and landscape, student activities, special events, classrooms and coursework, faculty and staff events, and aerial views of campus and the surrounding area. Finding aid available at https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8w09c4b/admin/
Papers of 1926 alum and football player Walter J. Lumley; contains information about his installation of the Block P on Bishop Peak. Includes original documents and photographs as well as photocopies of both. Non-digitized materials include affidavit of birth and newspaper clippings. Finding aid available at https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8639vgf/admin/
Records, papers, and photographs related to the administration and programming of the Biological Sciences Department, College of Science and Mathematics.
Items related to the events and activities related to the 1960 football game with Bowling Green Ohio and the subsequent airplane crash. Also included are related events and fundraisers following the plane crash.
Records related to the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Cal Poly, held in 2002.
Audio-visual recordings created by campus departments, students, and faculty. May include public relations, sports, and other departments. May also include recordings produced by the ITS department, when that department was involved in media production for the campus.
Records created by the Mathematics Department, College of Science and Mathematics.
Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies, copies of photographic prints, and other secondary sources which provide information about the history of Cal Poly.
Artificial collection of digitized items from University Archives.