Stories of Southern Oregon’s agricultural and timber heritage, working on the land and a region in transition.New!
Texts of field work from government agencies and scientists predominate in this IMLS-funded Southern Oregon Digital Archives collection about the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion (Southern Oregon and Northern California).
Images and collection data for bumblebee specimens (Bombus sp.) collected within the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion of Southern Oregon and Northern California and other sites in North America.
Images and collection data for butterfly specimens (Lepidoptera sp.) collected mostly in Oregon's Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument and the surrounding Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion of Southern Oregon and Northern California.
Images of archaeologically recovered and comparative specimens of material culture that document the Chinese presence in the American West from the late 19th Century through the early 20th Century.
Dean and Mary Collins Collection
Images of material culture, art and craft objects collected by Dean and Mary Collins from travels in the American Southwest from their larger collection donated to SOU.
First Nations
Ethnographic and government document texts predominate in this IMLS-funded Southern Oregon Digital Archives collection about the indigenous peoples, cultures and languages of Southwest Oregon and Northern California.
Images of symmetry in nature and in human-made objects from what was originally a teaching slide collection by SOU Mathematics Professor Emeritus John Englehart.
Images of historic "tin" cans assembled by U.S. Forest Service archaeologist Jim Rock (1942-2010) with documentation for using them to type and date cans in historical archaeology.
Kalmiopsis Wilderness
Images of natural areas and their use by people from retired United States Forest Service ranger Rene Casteran’s pictorial book Kalmiopsis Wilderness—: Taking Away Only Memories (2010).
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Images of theaters, production stills, sets, and backstage teams for Shakespearean and other plays from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s 1935 origin through 2009 from their Archives (LSTA-funded).
Pear Packing - A Season of Women's Work
Images and poetry about Southern Oregon women who provided the seasonal labor for pear packing, from Susan J. Reid’s 1988 SOU graduate thesis of the same title.
Peter Britt Photographs
Images of photos by the famous historic Jacksonville (Oregon) photographer and his son Emil, including portraits, landscapes, homes, and socio-cultural life of Southern Oregon spanning the 1880’s-1930’s.
Images selected from the Historical Records Collection of Rogue River National Forest trace 100 years of forestry, landscapes, and recreation since its origins as Crater National Forest in 1908.
Images of wind, string, and percussion instruments from many countries collected and donated to SOU by Jack and Dorinda Schuman.
Southern Oregon Historical Society
Images from the Southern Oregon Historical Society’s Research Library document towns, farms, forests, travel, commerce and family life in the Rogue Valley, since the late 1800’s (LSTA funded).
Texts including oral histories, booster brochures, correspondence, government documents and maps from Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, and Josephine Counties. (LSTA funded). 
Wine of Southern Oregon
A variety of materials documenting the  Southern Oregon AVA wine industry including photos, interviews, labels, video, historic local wine industry documents, miscellanea. Funded by the Erath Family Foundation and the Rogue Valley Winegrowers Association.

Several of these projects were supported in whole (or in part) by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library.



Other support also provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.