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Member Directory

The Armenian Numismatic Society, an educational, non-profit organization, is the only active body in the world concerned with Armenian numismatics. The Society was established on February 27, 1971 as the “Armenian Coin Club.” On June 28, 1972, the name of the organization was changed to the “...

Contact: 
Y. T. Nercessian
Phone: 
562-695-0380

 

The Armory Center for the Arts has three fully operable letterpresses and much of the printed work from the Woman's Building's Graphic Arts Center, which closed in 1991. Among the printed materials are examples by former artists and students at the Woman's Building. The bulk of this work...

Contact: 
Shinead Finnerty-Pyne
Phone: 
626-792-5101

 

Art Center opened in 1930 in Los Angeles. Our institutional archival collections date from the early 1930s to the present, and contain photographs, publications, documents, and moving images that trace the history of the College. We receive research requests looking at art and design education...

Contact: 
Robert Dirig
Phone: 
626-396-2208

 

The James Lemont Fogg Memorial Library offers an extensive collection of resources on art and design, along with materials on the arts community in Los Angeles and Pasadena as represented by the Art Center College of Design’s faculty and students from the early 1940s to the present. The library’...

Contact: 
Mr. George Porcari
Phone: 
626-396-2232

 

The Asian Pacific Community Fund is a philanthropic fundraising organization whose mission is to support health and social service programs that serve the critical needs of Asian and Pacific Islander families, youth, elderly, and disabled. Its holdings consist of organizational materials,...

Contact: 
Ms. Debra Fong
Phone: 
(213) 624-6400

 

The Asian Pacific Resource Center was established in 1979, to meet the information needs of a sudden influx of new immigrants from East and Southeast Asia. The center includes resources in English, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese. The emphasis of English language materials is on the...

Contact: 
Linda Fernandes
Phone: 
(626) 573-5220

 

The Automobile Club of Southern California was founded in 1900, and the records of its undertakings provide a distinctive picture of life in the region during the twentieth century. The documents and pictorial materials in the club’s archive relate not only to the club’s history but also to...

Contact: 
Morgan Yates
Phone: 
213-741-4486

 

Access to the archival and artifact collections of the Autry National Center Museum of the American West and the Southwest Museum of the American Indian is through the Institute for the Study of the American West's Autry Library or Braun Research Library. The Autry Library collects books, sound...

Contact: 
Marva Felchlin
Phone: 
(323) 667-2000

 

Ayn Rand lived in Los Angeles twice during her lifetime. Her papers document the work she completed while living here.

Contact: 
Jenniffer Woodson
Phone: 
949-222-6550, x214

 

The institution has Special Collections including: 1) Local history; 2) American religious history; and 3) history of the American west. Under Local History, the Azusa-Foothill Citrus Collection consists of manuscripts, legal and business papers, financial journals and ledgers, photographs and...

Contact: 
Dr. Paul Gray
Phone: 
626-815-5062