"A Voyage to the East Indies in the Ship Duke of Grafton" is an eighteenth century manuscript detailing the 1779-81 voyage of the Duke of Grafton from Britain to India and back again. This manuscript includes detailed descriptions of Madeira, Gorée, Cape Town, Madras, Bombay, Surat, St. Helena, and the perils of life at sea. This manuscript's provenance and authorship are unknown; Lewis & Clark acquired this manuscript from Bernard Quaritch Ltd. in 2017. More materials relating to the 1779-81 voyage of the Duke of Grafton can be found in the India Office Records and Private Papers collection at the British Library. A "flip book" version of this collection is available here.
Includes digitized versions of Abigail Scott Duniway's books including: From the West to the West; David and Anna Matson; Oregon: Land of Promise; Path Breaking; and Captain Gray's Company.
This collections includes over 300 images from the family papers of Charles Erskine Scott Wood and this son Erskine Wood. The collection includes family photographs, scrapbooks, original C.E.S. Wood watercolors and sketches, and selected manuscript material.
Alan L. Hart (born Alberta Lucille Hart, October 4, 1890 – July 1, 1962) was an American physician, radiologist, tuberculosis researcher, writer and novelist. Born female, Hart was one of the first to undergo transition surgery in the United States, and lived the rest of his life as a man.
Gordon Gilkey (1912-2000) was a gifted etcher and printmaker, who taught at Lewis & Clark (Albany College) during the 1930s. He also served as the Dean of Liberal Arts at Oregon State University, and the curator at the Portland Art Museum. Gilkey's prints are represented in art collections all over the world.
An 18 X 27 cm photo album, which has 65 pages of poetry excerpts and photographs. The circa 1900-1901 album visually documents an unidentified woman's journey around the Pacific Northwest. Photos include images of the greater Portland area; Yakima, Washington; and the Oregon Coast.
Albany College's Halladay School of Flying, sponsored by the Civil Aeronautics Authority, helped finance college operations during the second world war. The school was located in Ontario, Oregon.
This collection includes the items from the Hugh Dean Collection of East Asian pamphlets, most relating to China during the 1930s, 40s, and 50s.