This collection includes portraits of the American poet, William Stafford (1914-1993) from the William Stafford Archives.
Newspaper accounts of the Lewis & Clark expedition in the early 19th century.
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.
Dr. Morgan S. Odell was the first president of Lewis & Clark College (1942-1960) following the institution's move to Portland, Oregon and renaming from Albany College, established in 1867. As a young man, Odell served with the US Army Ambulance Service (USAAS) in Italy at the end of WWI. This collection includes selected documents from the Odell papers held by Lewis & Clark Special Collections which document this experience.
This collection includes original artwork created by conscientious objectors from U.S. Civilian Service camps World War II.
This collection includes over 2,000 images dating back to the founding of the college as Albany Collegiate Institute in 1867, and continuing into the modern era as Lewis & Clark College in 1940. The collection also includes faculty portraits and campus scenes from 1940 to present.
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.
The collection includes maps showing the development of the Fir Acres campus of Lewis & Clark College (1940-2000).
This collection includes camp newsletters produced in U.S. Civilian Service camps for conscientious objectors during World War II.