Member Directory

Collection includes materials related southern California tourism, the Mission Revival movement, peace movement (1st half 20th century, citrus industry, and materials related to specific collections,including fine art, statuary, bells, crosses, dolls, aviation, Native American basketry, and...

Contact: 
Steve Spiller
Phone: 
951-788-9556

 

The Mojave Desert Archives preserves the history of transcontinental travel to the Los Angeles region through the Mojave Desert of eastern California. Route 66, National Old Trails Road, the Mojave Wagon Road, the Santa Fe Railway (now BNSF), Union Pacific Railroad, and Interstate highways were...

Contact: 
Hugh Brown
Phone: 
760-733-4482

 

The Motion Picture and Television Photo Archive is dedicated to the preservation, documentation and promotion of the most outstanding past and present photography from all facets of the entertainment industry. The organization emphasizes the conservation, exhibition and publication of this...

Contact: 
Ron Avery
Phone: 
818-997-8292

 

Mount St. Mary's College was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1925 as the first Catholic women's college west of the Mississippi. It comprises two historic sites, the Chalon Campus high above Brentwood (1930), and the Doheny Campus, which occupies the former estate of Edward...

Contact: 
Victoria McCargar
Phone: 
(310) 954-4377

 

Contact: 
Scott Sterling
Phone: 
818-347-9665

 

We are a unit of the National Archives and Records Administration. Our holdings consist of the historically significant materials created by Federal agencies in southern California, Arizona and the greater Las Vegas, Nevada area. Agencies represented include the U.S. District Courts, the U.S....

Contact: 
Gwen E. Granados
Phone: 
951-956-2000

 

National Archives at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Purpose in joining LA as Subject / relevance of collection to Los Angeles:

The National Archives at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library contains the federal records generated during the Reagan administration from 1981-1989. We...

Contact: 
Gina Risetter
Phone: 
8055774046

 

The Museum Archives documents the history of the Los Angeles County Museum from its founding in 1910 to the present. The collection includes photographs, departmental papers, research papers, ephemera, publication, architectural plans, newspaper clippings and original artwork.

Contact: 
Richard P. Hulser
Phone: 
213-763-3389

 

The Seaver Center for Western History Research collects, preserves, and makes available to the general public and to scholars historic records pertaining to the history and the exploration of the trans-Mississippi American West, with particular emphasis on Southern California and Los Angeles....

Contact: 
John Cahoon
Phone: 
213-763-3359

 

The Norton Simon Museum’s collection spans two thousand years of Western and Asian art. It contains European and American art from before the Renaissance through the twentieth century, including works by Raphael, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, Goya, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Klee, Wassily...

Contact: 
Ms. Carol Togneri
Phone: 
626-449-6840

 

Los Angeles was the western terminal of the trail, which served commerce and immigration between Santa Fe, NM, and Los Angeles. Much archival data about the OST resides at the Huntington Library, the Autry National Museum and other So Cal institutions.

Contact: 
Alexander King
Phone: 
310-424-9500

 

Founded in 1952, the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives in Los Angeles is the oldest continuously-operating GLBT organization in the United States and the largest archive in the world dedicated to collecting and preserving GLBT humanities materials. Our collection comprises over 30,000...

Contact: 
Ms. Loni Shibuyama
Phone: 
(213) 821-2771

 

Collection dates prior to separation from Los Angeles County (1889)to present. Bulk of collection dates from 1889 to 1953 and is Orange County specific.

Contact: 
Susan Berumen
Phone: 
714-834-2536

 

The Orange County Historical Society (OCHS) is a non-profit group which collects, preserves and shares the history of Orange County, California for the benefit of its members and the general public.

Contact: 
Kathie A. Schey
Phone: 
(310) 809 0217