Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
James Willis Nesmith was a US Senator and a US Representative for Oregon between 1861-1875. This collection includes a print block and a broadside.
This collection contains posters acquired by John P. Nichols during his study abroad residency as a student in Granada, Andalusia, Spain during early 1980s. The topics of the advertising posters include politics, cultural activities, education, religion, commerce, and tourism.
Herb Everett is an Oregonian printer who worked for Northwest Working Press from 1976-1987. The collection includes posters printed and collected by Herb Everett, most of which were produced by Northwest Working Press. Subjects represented in the collection document political activism and social justice organizations and events held in Eugene, Oregon during the 1980s, including labor organization and solidarity, anti-Apartheid advocacy, peace and disarmament, and alternative lifestyles.
This collection documents the Women's March protests in Eugene (Or.), Portland (Or.) and Washington D.C. Materials within the collection include posters, political signs, a banner, planning and publicity documents, newspapers, clothing, born-digital videos, and born-digital photographs.