Multicultural Archives: J (5)
The collection consists of images collected or taken by E. R. Jackman, many of which
were used to illustrate his
books and other writings. Most were taken in the eastern, Columbia Basin, and southern
parts of Oregon, where Jackman spent considerable time as
an extension specialist.
2 cubic feet; approx. 1800 items.
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives / Photographs
The Royal G. Jackson Papers consist of materials created or assembled by Jackson in
the course of his research. The bulk of the materials pertain to the history of the
Oregon State University College of Forestry, McDonald – Dunn Research forest, the
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Arboretum, and nature-based tourism in central
Oregon and Costa Rica. The papers include extensive oral history sound recordings
and photographs, in addition to manuscripts, publications and reference materials.
Jackson was a faculty member in the Oregon State University College of Forestry from
1970 until 2004.
4.25 cubic feet including 1050 photographs and 214 sound recordings; 12 boxes and 2 map folders
University History, Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs, Maps, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
The Japanese-American Association of Lane County, Oregon, Oral History Collection
consists of digital
recordings of oral history interviews of Japanese Americans living in Eugene, Lane
County, Oregon, and the vicinity. These oral
histories document the immigrant experiences of the interviewees' parents and grandparents;
the World War II experiences of the
interviewees in internment camps; and their lives in Eugene and neighboring communities
in the years following the war.
0.15 cubic foot, including 2 DVDs; 1 box; 45 sound files, 49 image files, and 12 document files; 11 Gbytes
Multicultural Archives / Photographs, Videos, Sound Recordings and Oral Histories, Born-Digital Materials
The Annabelle E. Jaramillo Papers document
Jaramillo's work as a member of the National Environmental Justice Advisory
Council from 1997 to 2001; her advocacy for minorities and women with the
Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs and National Image, Inc.; her work as a
research botanist with the U.S. Forest Service; and her graduate research at
Portland State University.
12.7 cubic feet, including 300 photographs; 13 boxes
Natural Resources, Multicultural Archives, Local History / Photographs
The Paul H. Jensen Oral Histories document Jensen's life and work as an important
figure in the study and evolution of Alaskan Eskimo culture in the latter decades
of the twentieth century. Under contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Jensen
spent twenty-seven years establishing educational and cultural exchange programs with
Alaska's Eskimo communities. Along the way he collected some 4,000 art pieces and
artifacts which, in 1985, formed the nucleus of the Jensen Arctic Museum, currently
housed on the campus of Western Oregon University, where Jensen served as professor
0.4 cubic feet, including 17 audiocassettes; 2 boxes
Multicultural Archives / Sound Recordings and Oral Histories