Robert Pickering served as president of Lane Community College from 1969 to 1970.
Pickering was born in 1930 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was educated at the University of Minnesota (B.S., 1953; Ed.M, 1954) and at Columbia University (Ed.D, 1960). Before coming to Lane, he was in private psychology practice and was president of the Arizona College Foundation.
The records document the tenure of Robert Pickering, president of Lane Community College, 1969-1970. The collection contains only a small part of the records from his administration including correspondence and subject files.
Restrictions on Access :
There are no access restrictions. The collection is open for research.Restrictions on Use :
There are no use restrictions.Preferred Citation :
President's Office (Robert L. Pickering) Records, 1968-1970 (A-035), Lane Community College Archives, Eugene, Oregon
The collection is contained in one series.
Series A. Correspondence and Subject Files
Acquisition Information :
Records were transferred from the President's Office to the college archives in five accessions between 1978 and 1980.Processing Note :
The collection was transferred from the President's Office to the Archives in five accessions between 1978 and 1980. The records in these accessions were consolidated into one collection when they were processed Elizabeth Uhlig in 1997 and 2000.Related Materials :
Assistant to the President (Bert Dotson) Records, 1960-1975 (A-032). This collection documents the founding and early years of the college. The records include correspondence and other administrative records from the office of Bert Dotson, assistant to the president, 1965-1982, as well as records from the office of Robert Pickering, president, 1969-1970.
Detailed Description of the Collection
The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.
The series contains administrative correspondence and subject files, which include records pertaining to athletics, the movie “Getting Straight,” the search for a president, and the acquisition of property.
Collection is open to the public.
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