Kent Anderson, OHSU Fire Suppression Systems Technician and freelance photographer, has generously donated nearly 1700 images to the OHSU Digital Resources Library.
To view all the images taken by Mr. Anderson visit: http://tinyurl.com/3jbeo5y.
Mr. Anderson’s images in the Campus Collection span the University’s recent history, from 2005-present, and include images from helicopters to snow days, festivals to the construction of new buildings, and of course, the virtual photo-documentation of the building of the Portland Aerial Tram. With Kent’s access to all the nooks and crannies around campus, we also have great images of sculpture around campus, stylized views and angles of building architecture and pictures of campus at sunrise.
In the Beauty of the Pacific Northwest Collection, views of Mount Hood and the City of Portland will add gorgeous vistas to your presentations.
For high resolution versions of these images or for further questions about the OHSU Digital Resources Library, please contact (Ms.) Friday Valentine, Cataloging & Metadata Librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org/503-494-0883).
The Oregon Health & Science University Digital Resources Library (DRL) houses collections of multimedia digital objects (text, images, sound clips and video clips) related to health sciences, engineering, and biomedical research. In general, faculty, staff, and students of the Oregon Health & Science University may use items with no restrictions and members of the public may use items from the Digital Resources Library for non-profit educational purposes and personal research. Please see the Rights notice on each item as certain items may have further restrictions for both OHSU staff and the public. Please give credit to the item’s creator(s) as listed on each individual object description page.