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As Southern Californians tune into the infamously delayed coverage of London's 2012 Olympic games, many will inevitably think back to the Los Angeles games of 1984, and a few may even remember the games' first appearance here in 1932...
The final ballots for the 2011-2013 Executive Committee election were submitted at yesterday’s meeting.   As announced after all the votes were counted, the new elected Chair and Members are:   Executive Committee Chair: Kenn...
The Autry National Center Libraries and Archives, the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Libraries, and the USC Libraries will each host and mentor a Resident Archivist for an initial three-month supervised archival project...
The new 2013 LTHS calendar, "Little Tokyo: The 1930's Golden Years" is now on sale for $10 through. Visit online at www.littletokyohs.org or in person at these Little Tokyo locations: Little Tokyo Service Center, Bunka-do, Rafu Bussan...
L.A. as Subject's latest contribution to KCET.org features images related to the 1781 founding of El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, an event shrouded in myth and local lore: September 4 marks the traditional anniversary of the...
J. Michael Walker, give an illustrated talk on my map, this Thursday, February 28, at 6:45pm, at the Los Feliz Public Library, as part of its tenth annual "Architecture & Beyond" series. J. Michael created a large-scale  (23' wide...
Most of us associate archives with the two-dimensional primary source documents of history: manuscripts, photographs, films, and their digital counterparts. Occasionally, three-dimensional objects find their way into archives; often...