Member Directory

The neighborhoods that make up the East Side of Los Angeles and the collective culture that generations of residents have created here are relatively unknown to anyone outside of it. Boyle Heights Paranormal Project is a group that is not only interested in the paranormal in relation to this...

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Sarah Troop
Phone: 
(949) 294-9899

Access to the archival and artifact collections of the Autry National Center Museum of the American West and the Southwest Museum of the American Indian is through the Institute for the Study of the American West's Autry Library or Braun Research Library. The Autry Library collects books, sound...

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Liza Posas
Phone: 
(323) 221-2164

Our archival, manuscripts, and photographic collections related to the history of the city of Brea and northern Orange County - as well as to the people who have passed through our corner of southern California.

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Phone: 
714-256-2283

The Max and Lore Zeller Library provides a specialized collection (including rare books) of over 6,500 volumes on Jungian psychology and related subjects: sandplay therapy, general psychology, anthropology, mythology, religion, alchemy, art and symbolism. The extensive book collection, 800 audio...

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Mrs. Nancy Forbes
Phone: 
310-556-1193 ext 229

Subject strengths: local history, wine, cookbooks, poetry, botany, mycology, philosophy, art and architecture. Collections: University Archives, Cal Poly Rose Float Collection, Wine Industry Collection, The Thomas Pinney Collection of wine books and wine related research files, the United Farm...

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Katie Richardson
Phone: 
909-869-3109

The Archives collection of the California-Pacific Annual Conference is comprised of annual conference journals, books, records of active and discontinued local churches, administrative documents, directories, newspapers, photographic and audio-visual materials, and ephemera documenting the...

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Ms. Linda Larsen
Phone: 
909-447-6375

The CalArts Institute Archive's collections contain documents, photographs, publications, clippings, programs, sound files, video recordings, posters, and miscellaneous items documenting the history of CalArts. There are also a small number of documents, primarily publications, from Chouinard...

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Kathy Carbone
Phone: 
661 253 7882

The California African American Museum collects, preserves, interprets, and displays materials that honor the contributions of African Americans to world history and culture. The museum’s art collection focuses on works created by African American artists from the 1800s to the present. It also...

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Denise McIver
Phone: 
213-744-7432

The California Historical Society collects materials of enduring historical and cultural value in support of its mission to inspire and empower Californians to make the past a meaningful part of their contemporary lives. In our North Baker Research Library, we hold some fifty thousand books and...

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(415)357-1848

The California State Archives collects, catalogs, preserves, and provides access to the historic records of state government and some local governments. Many of these records document the history and development of the Los Angeles area, beginning with Spanish and Mexican Land Grant records that...

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Reference Desk
Phone: 
(916) 653-2246/(916) 653-7715

Camarillo State Hospital Collection. In 1932, 1500 acres located within the City of Camarillo, County of Ventura were acquired for a state hospital. The hospital was expected to house 7000 patients and over 700 staff. At completion, it was the largest mental hospital in the world. CAM officially...

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Evelyn Taylor
Phone: 
805-437-8830