A Piece of Lithia Park History
Hannon Library’s Special Collections recently received the gift of a Bausch and Lomb “balopticon” slide projector (sometimes called a stereopticon or “magic lantern”) which had belonged to John Herbert Doran, the first manager of Lithia Park Auto Camp. Stereopticon shows were a form of popular entertainment before the advent of moving pictures.
Introducing Science Online
It’s a good time to be a science major. Why? Because Hannon Library now provides free access to Science Online. Science Online is the world’s leading journal of original scientific research.
Academic Video Online
Get ready to take your research to the next level. Hannon Library now offers free video streaming by Academic Video Online. View documentaries, interviews, newsreels, and much more.
Southern Oregon Smokejumpers
Our newest SODA collection, Stories of Southern Oregon, archives generations of regional history and the life stories of the people of Southern Oregon. This project celebrates cultural traditions and a shared heritage of agriculture, the timber industry, mining, mills, and even aerial wildfire suppression.
New Costume Display
The library has a new costume on display, on loan from the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University theatre program. These two costumes are from the 2018 production of The Rover by Aphra Behn...