The LHSSA Archives is funded solely by LHS Alumni donations
The Archives impressive curated collection is in URGENT need of funding from LHS Alumni to continue serving Lincoln High School students and our community. Without alumni donations, we will no longer be able to operate and maintain the collection of 152 years of Lincoln High School history for future generations education and historical enrichment.
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~Thank you for contributing to LHSAA preserving LHS history~
The Archives maintains a dynamic collection of materials that will cultivate academic and educational research as a means to enrich community interest through access, use, and relevancy. The LHSAA Archives seeks to instill an appreciation for the past and create connections with the future through active work with the next generation.
The Archives was established to preserve the heritage and history of the public education institution of Lincoln High students, alumni, and the community.
ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
Please Contact Dana Cress
Call 503-952-6084 or email email@example.com
~ Visitors are always welcome to tour the LHS archive collection ~
HOW YOUR DONATION SUPPORTS PRESERVE THE ARCHIVES
The LHSAA Archives are located at First United Methodist Church.
A part-time curator is needed to process donations, maintain the collection, and help with recording research.
We are always in need of supplies for mailing, postage, and archive-secure containers. We also need a big-screen computer and color copier/scanner to archive large documents.
The Abe Lincoln medallion (see article below) was restored with your donations. Additional items need your help.
Copies of The Cardinal & yearbooks dating back to 1895 are on file. We are working the digital copies for people doing genealogical and historical research.
KATIE BUSH, PUBLIC HISTORIAN
& LHS STUDENT CAITLYN ALDERSEA
ARCHIVES MAIN OFFICE DANA CRESS '64
For 150 years, Lincoln High School has inspired generations of global thinkers who have supported their communities in the Cardinal spirit of academic and civic engagement.