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The collection at the museum is an eclectic assortment of items from the 1800's through the 1900's. There are tools for the home and farm, furniture, household accessories, office equipment, documents, photographs, and all types of clothing. Many items have been contributed by local residents...

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(626) 963-0419

 

The Go For Broke National Education Center holds more than 1,150 life history interviews of Americans of Japanese ancestry who served in the United States Army in WWII. Many of the veterans interviewed were born and raised in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. Their videotaped interviews...

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310-328-0907

 

A substantial percentage of my Sound Archive deals with Los Angeles, going back to the 1930s, via many of the radio stations which broadcast in the Los Angeles area. The collection houses some 150,000 original tape reels of broadcasts and over 30,000...

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Gordon Skene
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Pasadena, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, Altadena, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Santa Monica

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Ms. Ann Scheid
Phone: 
626-405-2232

 

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Phone: 
818-590-4622

 

The Hayden Memorial Library at Citrus College archive collection contains photographs, yearbooks (1899-1965), scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, school newspapers, books, ephemera and information that document the history of Citrus College, and depicting people, buildings and events of the City of...

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Sarah Bosler
Phone: 
626-914-8644

 

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Antonio Castillo
Phone: 
(323) 908-4127

 

The private collection of Mr. Hirokazu Kosaka is a rich hybrid of various nations and traditions. They include photographs and objects from his family’s immigrant history from the late 19th century, archery equipment dating back to 1916, and correspondence letters from family members while in...

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Phone: 
213-628-2725

 

The Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) was formed in 1962 with the mission to collect, preserve, and present the city’s history. Throughout the years the HSLB has occupied many locations around the city, settling at its current location in Bixby Knolls in 2007. Operations are sustained at...

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Brandon Werts
Phone: 
562.424.2220

 

Documents and photos relating to the history of the Crescenta Valley. The La Crescenta Valley Historical Society has a lot of materials on the New Years Flood of 1934, and the town of Montrose, plus some materials on the American portrait artist S. Seymour Thomas.

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Mike Lawler
Phone: 
818.957.2968

 

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

 

Collection of old diploma schools of nursing materials from Los Angeles County

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Phyllis Esslinger
Phone: 
(323) 663-2008

 

The Library has a large collection of manuscripts, printed books and periodicals, photographs, maps and ephemera relating to Los Angeles. Topical areas of particular importance, with examples of archival collections, are: (1) politics, government, and legal history of Los Angeles (papers of...

Contact: 
Anne Blecksmith
Phone: 
626-405-2191