Adsausage is an open access database of printed material. The online digital library holds a wealth of material with collections focused on Los Angeles, fashion, film, design, music and pop-culture. The physical library is available to view by request.
10345 Wilkins Avenue #202 Los Angeles, CA90024 United States
Collection Description: An historical and poetic road trip through the cultural heritage of Los Angeles, via its hundred streets named for saints. Contending that the history of a place resides in its names, "All the Saints" seeks the points of convergence between the stories of the saints and the histories of the streets which bear their names. The results are rendered in painting and story.
4421 Berenice Avenue Los Angeles, CA90031 United States
Historical photographs and information on the history of Los Angeles and the Southern California area. Archive specializes in the history of the television and motion picture industry (studios) in the U.S. and Los Angeles specifically.Archive also has in it architectural history of the Los Angeles area as well.
650 N. Bronson Ave. Los Angeles, CA90004 United States
Yearbooks, newsletters and bulletins, scrapbooks describing club activities and philanthropic activities spanning the years from 1894 through the present. Furnishings, artworks including paintings and sculpture, clocks, textiles and costumes.
743 S. Lucerne Blvd. Los Angeles, CA90005 United States
Mostly paper items issued prior to 1960 dealing with Southern California, particularly the Los Angeles area. The major emphasis is travel and railroads. Includes maps, timetables, pamphlets, folders, books, and sheet music.
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 internment camps. Mr. Kosaka is much accomplished as he is an ordained Buddhist priest, an artist and…
The Museum of Social Justice is located in La Plaza United Methodist Church, on the site of the oldest section of Los Angeles. The Museum’s historical collection consists of documents, photographs, artifacts, and other materials created by La Plaza Methodist Church at the beginning of the twentieth century. The collection features over 2000 photographs that capture the work of the founders of the…
115 Paseo De La Plaza Los Angeles, CA90012 United States
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 and are major transit routes through the desert terminating in the Los Angeles basin.
37198 Lanfair Road #G-15 Essex, CA92332-9786 United States