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Apr092019
When: 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Agenda and parking information to be posted in late March. Please RSVP by Monday, April 1. Thumbnail image: Ebell Theatre and banquet hall is located on Lucerne Avenue near... Read more

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The Archives Bazaar this year is teaming with the National History Day and the National Archives in Riverside. National History Day is a non-profit education organization based in College Park, Maryland. National History Day offers year...
“Favorite Foods:  Made in Little Tokyo”—the Little Tokyo Historical Society’s (LTHS) 2017 calendar is now available!  Photographs of yesteryear and contemporary foods and restaurants include the first sushi bar (Kawafuku), Umeya rice...
The USC Libraries and L.A. as Subject are pleased to announce the program for thte 11th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, to be held Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, in USC's Doheny Memorial Library. Friends Lecture Hall (room 240) 9:00–9:50...
All Day. All in one Place. Experience the diversity of stories that make Southern California such a place of discovery. At the Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, presented by L.A. as Subject and the USC Libraries, anyone with an interest in...
Congratulations to Sue Luftschein and Angel Diaz. Their term will start at the LAAS August 23 General Membership meeting. Sue Luftschein is the Archival and Metadata Librarian in USC Libraries Special Collections and Archives...
CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY and LA AS SUBJECT LAUNCH NEW “HISTORY KEEPERS” EXHIBITION IN LOS ANGELES • “History Keepers: Traversing Los Angeles” highlights around 30 institutions and privatecollectors who preserve, share, and...
The Wally G. Shidler Historical Collection is a collection of pamphlets, folders, maps, books, and electric railway time tables from the Los Angeles City, County and adjacent areas. The collection is heavy in Pacific Electric and Los...
The County of Los Angeles issued a formal proclamation to LA as Subject and special recognition for the Los Angeles Archives Bazaar event. The proclamation reads: WHEREAS, the research alliance L.A. as Subject has, since 1995, worked...
L.A. as Subject's latest post on KCET's website features several archival photographs and maps that illuminate how Southern California's patchwork of local government bodies came to be: As Governor Jerry Brown begins to tackle the state...
Established in 1919, the Los Angeles Philharmonic has become one of the world’s top orchestras. Now, with wunderkind Gustavo Dudamel beginning his second year at the orchestra’s podium, interest in both the future and legacy of L.A.’s...
The Institute for Arts & Media, Department of Journalism at California State University, Northridge has received a $290,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the creation of a digital database of the...
In December, the city's Bureau of Street Services announced that it would remove the railroad tracks running down Alameda Street's center lane between First and Seventh streets. Lying dormant for years, the rails--tormentors of...
Chinatown and China City in Los Angeles by Jenny Cho and Chinese Historical Society of Southern California (CHSSC) This book chronicles the representations of Chinatown and China City in Los Angeles in historic postcards. In the...
Earlier this year, LA as Subject was announced as one of the 17 recipients of the Cal Humanities Community Stories grant. Community Stories (formerly the California Story Fund) gives expression to the extraordinary variety of histories...
Southern California's archives bridge the old and the new, offering invaluable historical context that isn't always immediately apparent in the contemporary landscape. We recently asked L.A. as Subject members to search their archives...