Take a look at the new online exhibit Oberlin's Namesake
created by the Oberlin College Archives. This multimedia presentation not only includes original objects, letters, texts, photographs, and works of art in the Archives by and about Oberlin, but also brings together in one place a wealth of sources for further research, such as links to museums, local digital collections, and published sources available in the Oberlin College Library.
Of special note are video interviews about the J.F. Oberlin monument on campus with Paul Arnold, Emeritus Professor of Art (filming was done by John Light '11). The presentation was produced in Pachyderm
, the web-authoring tool created by the New Media Consortium.