The collection consists of photographs and slides taken by Sam Blackwell, instructor at Lane Community College. The photographs were taken of buildings and grounds and classroom activities on the LCC main campus and other college locations. The collection also includes photographs of Blackwell’s family, travels in the US and abroad, and his service in the U.S. Army in France during World War II.
This collection documents Bob Barber’s service on college committees including the Technology Advisory and Coordinating Team (TACT), the Vanguard Learning College Team, and the Internet Training program. The files contain committee minutes, memos and emails, reports, and related documents.
3.75 cubic foot Slides and video cassettes in 8 small records boxes
This collection contains visual and audio materials produced by Media Arts students and staff, including slide shows used for marketing and publicity, videos of “News Scene” telecasts, and departmental photographs and newsletters.
The Choir Book Manuscript: Istorum est enim consists of one vellum leaf from a 16th century choir book containing portions of a Roman Catholic Mass. The manuscript contains five lines of Latin text with two decorated initials. The music consists of square notations on red 5-line staves.
The records document the administration of Eldon G. Schafer, president of Lane Community College,1970-1985. The collection contains correspondence, administrative records, speeches and writings, and personal records of Eldon Schafer.
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