History: Online Exhibits
This page features online exhibits of photographs, graphic designs, publications, and oral histories.
Lane Community College: The Parnell Years
This is an exhibit about the establishment of Lane Community College and its first president, Dale Parnell, 1965-1968. The exhibit features photographs, documents, and text from Lane Community College: The Parnell Years written by Larry Romine and published in 1998.
Sam Blackwell Photographs in France, 1944-45
Sam Blackwell, photography instructor, served in the medical corps in France during World War II, 1944-1946 and took photos of camp activities and French towns and countryside.
Bucking Bales on the Gonyea Property in 1957 - Bob Ackerman
As a college student in 1957, Bob Ackerman (Board member, 1965-1973, 1999-2003) recalls a summer job working on the Gonyea farm which became the main campus of Lane Community College.
Counting the Ballots on October 19, 1964 - Larry Romine & Bert Dotson
The ballots for the election that established the college were counted throughout the night and morning of October 19-20.
Eleanor Roosevelt Visits Eugene Vocational School in 1941
On May 1, 1941, Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, visited the Eugene Vocational School, a predecessor of Lane Community College.
Elderberry Wine: Radio Commentaries by Peter Wotton, 1982-1996
Peter Wotton broadcast weekly commentaries on KLCC-FM radio in Eugene, Oregon, from 1982 until his death in 1996. His commentaries focused on issues of interest to older people in his community. This exhibit includes a selection of '"Elderberry Wine" commentaries.
Grateful Dead in Concert, 1971
The Grateful Dead appeared in concert at LCC on January 22, 1971.
Lane - Main Campus - Aerial Views
Aerial photographs of the main campus on 30th Street, showing the changes over the years as new buildings are added to the campus, 1951 - 1980.
Lane - Publication Covers from the Past
Graphic designs from the covers of college catalogs, directories, and class schedules featuring the buildings, people, and environment of Lane campuses.
Living & Farming at Lane in 1924-25 - Harold Haskell
In 1924-1925, as a child of six or seven years old, the Rev. Harold Haskell lived on his family's farm on land that became Lane's main campus. He was interviewed by student Dierdre Reynolds in 1976 for a class project.
Seasons at Lane
Photographs of the changing seasons showing cherry trees, trees in color, and snow at Lane's main campus.