Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Planning has already begun for the LA As Subject 7th Annual Archives Bazaar.

Executive Board member Florante Ibanez from Loyola Law School and Neil Bethke from Loyola High School paused recently at a forum of LA As Subject archivists held at the Greystone Mansion.

The date of Saturday October 13th has been set and for the fifth straight year USC will be hosting a gathering of artists, film writers, hipsters and all students of LA in a treasure trove of history browsing with archivists, curators, and librarians through the many archives and special collections of Los Angeles.

A few of the previous participants include the Autry Museum, Beverly Hills Public Library, Bison Archives, California African American Museum, Cal State Universities, Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Chinese Historical Society of Southern California, County of Los Angeles, Eighth & Wall Inc., Fairchild Photos, Filipino American Library, Getty Center, Huntington Library, Historical Society of Long Beach, Los Angeles Public Library History Department, Workman and Temple Homestead Museum, Japanese American National Museum, La Senora Research Institute, LA84 Foundation, Libraries of the Claremont Colleges, Loyola Marymount University, Mayme A. Clayton Library, Occidental College, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Pico Rivera Heritage Society, Santa Monica Library, Seaver Center and Natural History Museum, Shildler Collection of Southern California Ephemera, Society of California Archivists, Southern California Genealogical Society, Southern California Library for Social Research, St. Vincent's Medical Center, UCLA Film & Television Archive and USC Special Collections among many others.

This event is always free and open to the public.