Member Directory

The Hollywood Bowl Museum is located on the grounds of the world-famous Hollywood Bowl. The museum’s exhibits and archival holdings document the history of the Hollywood Bowl. These holdings include programs, posters, books, films, videos, photographs, promotional materials, postcards,...

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Ljiljana Grubisic
Phone: 
323-850-2058

Hollywood Heritage maintains an extensive collection of artifacts, documents, and photographs of early Hollywood and owns and operates The Hollywood Heritage Museum housed in the Lasky-DeMille barn,California State landmark 255.

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Richard Adkins
Phone: 
818 764-2276

USC began its film program in 1929 and we house all the produced student films as well as Educational and Hollywood films dating back to the 1910's. Individual collections include unique production documents and ephemera, including photographs, set design art, legal documents. Many parts of Los...

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Dino Everett
Phone: 
213-740-1567

Joris Debeij is the creator of I Am Los Angeles (www.iamlosangeles.com) -- a website project containing video portaits that capture some of L.A.'s most interesting and creative residents. In the words of Good Magazine writer Alissa Walker: "For each...

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Mr. Joris Debeij

Immanuel Presbyterian Church has corporate minutes; organizational records of governing bodies, committees, and other subgroups; and membership records. In the church's library are publications dealing with the history of the church, which is over one hundred years old and was known as a leader...

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Rod Sprott
Phone: 
213-389-3191

The Institute for Baseball Studies is the first humanities-based research center of its kind associated with a college or university in the United States. The Institute is a collaborative effort of Whittier College administrators and faculty members, and the Baseball Reliquary. The Institute's...

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Prof. Joseph L. Price
Phone: 
(562) 907-4803

Irene Fertik is a community artist, teacher, and photographer whose work has appeared in a variety of newspapers, magazines, and books. Her collection of photographs contains images of New York City in the decade from 1967 to 1977 (Black construction workers of all trades, Black theater, Black...

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Irene Fertik
Phone: 
310-396-6554

Collections include photographs and newspaper clippings of Irwindale. Materials are uncatalogued and unsorted at the moment, and difficult to use. Access is only available if a staff member can be spared and an appointment is made with the City Librarian. Additionally, the collection contains...

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Ryan Baker
Phone: 
626-430-2228

The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center preserves and encourages appreciation of Japanese and Japanese American heritage and culture. The center's Franklin D. Murphy Library has a comprehensive collection of books in English and Japanese about the Japanese community in the United...

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Phone: 
213-628-2725

The Japanese American National Museum holds a wide variety of materials documenting the Japanese American experience from a Japanese American perspective. Built around broad historical eras and themes of Japanese American experience, the holdings are used to fulfill the museum’s mission "to...

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Margaret Wetherbee
Phone: 
213-830-5620

KYCC's mission is to serve the evolving needs of the Korean American population in the greater Los Angeles area and of the dynamic multiethnic community in Koreatown. Directed toward recently immigrated, economically disadvantaged youth and their families, KYCC's programs and services are...

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Phone: 
213-365-7400

Our collection encompasses a history of and historical records related to municipal collection programs for refuse, recyclables, dead animals, and yard trimmings throughout the City of Los Angeles from its inception until the present day. The records include original documents from meetings of...

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Mr. Nat Isaac
Phone: 
213-485-3593

Films, Recordings, Book Archives include the works of * Jose Mojica, Mexican opera star;" The Valentino of Latin Films". * Anita Loos and Mary Anita Loos Sale - Films, scripts, Books * Lyle Wheeler - Films * Leo Carillo - Films * Dolores Del Rio - Films The work/study program Interns from UCLA/...

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Patricia Nettleship
Phone: 
(310) 454 0706