Now available from OHSU Library: Digital collection of primary sources and legacy data on public health in Oregon (Historical Notes)

From the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Library: Now available from OHSU Library: Digital collection of primary sources and legacy data on public health in Oregon. “OHSU Library is pleased to announce the completion of its digitization project, Public Health in Oregon: Accessing Historical Data for Scientific Discovery, funded by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA). The project provides public access to digitized rare and unique materials related to public health in Oregon, as well as open access to the structured datasets they contain. The library is presenting the results in a digital collection of 351 items, as well as a narrative exhibit of original research on the history of public health in Oregon.” If this is ringing a bell it’s because I mentioned the launch of this project in March 2016..