| Overview of Eugene looking west on Franklin Boulevard. Skinner Butte in background, right. c.1927 - Catalog Number: CS287
The following services are provided by the museum:
Fall Speaker Series!
The Lane County Historical Society is happy to partner with Lane Community College’s Small Business Center to present a program on:
UO Influence on the Evolution of Music in Lane County
Presentations by UO Music Department Interns Alexis Henson and Miles Mansfield
Tuesday, September 23
LCC Downtown Center, Room 303
The University of Oregon has a long history of providing musical entertainment for the student body and community, and has had a strong impact on the trends in music in Lane County.
Alexis Henson’s presentation will focus on a review of the evolution of musical influence on the University of Oregon campus from 1930 to 1960. A musical perspective in which we can watch the change of musical and social trends of the student body and the community.
Miles Mansfield’s presentation will utilize historical photographs as well as an interview with the UO’s Electronic/Sound/Lighting/Media Engineer, to focus on the UO’s well known reputation for consistently producing memorable shows by promoting local musicians and bands, showcasing highly talented students at the music school, student group success with musical productions, as well as bringing in both local and national acts to their stages.
These follow-on Fall Speaker Series programs at the Lane County Historical Museum are also free and open to the public:
Thursday, October 2, 6:00-7:00 PM, at Museum. Author Leta Neiderheiser on her book, Jesse Applegate, A Dialogue with Destiny. Get your copy autographed!
Thursday, October 9, 6:00-7:00 PM, at Museum. Author Jo Brew on her book, Oregon’s Main Street, U.S. Highway 99. Get your copy autographed!
Photograph at the top of this page: View of two men in fishing boat on McKenzie River. One man nets a fish, the other one is using the oars, c. 1930 - Catalog Number: CS178