This collection includes photographs documenting the activities in U.S. Civilian Service camps for conscientious objectors during World War II.
This collection includes camp newsletters produced in U.S. Civilian Service camps for conscientious objectors during World War II.
This collection includes original artwork created by conscientious objectors from U.S. Civilian Service camps World War II.
This collection includes a set of images created by the Museum Extension Project of the WPA Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Unit depicting various world costumes from ancient Egypt to the 1890s.
This collection includes portraits of the American poet, William Stafford (1914-1993) from the William Stafford Archives.
This collection includes PDF versions of the weekly women's rights newspaper, The Revolution, which was published in New York from 1868 to 1872. Founded by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, it was later edited by Laura Curtis Bullard (1870-1871) and W.T. Clarke (1871-1872).
Journals from Susan B. Anthony's three visits to Oregon in 1871, 1896, and 1905. Originals are held by the Library of Congress, MS #175559.
This collection includes twentieth century poetry broadsides, most by William Stafford, but some of Stafford's peers like Robert Bly, Charles Simic, and Primus St. John.
Photographs by Paul E. Illick while serving in the WWII Civilian Public Service (CPS) program. This collection contains photographs by Illick taken during his time with the Civilian Public Service program. Remembrances and a history of CPS at Cascade Locks by Illick.