Wednesday, August 22, 2012

OCTOBER 27, 2012 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00PM
The LA as Subject  

A rare peek into the archives of some of Los Angeles’ oldest high schools awaits the browser as Los Angeles history comes alive at the 7th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar.  Meet the curators behind the Loyola, Marlborough, Harvard-Westlake and Marymount high school archives at this unusual free meeting this fall at USC. 

You are invited to join old colleagues and new friends at the LA As Subject Forum's 7th Annual Archives Bazaar returning again to USC’s Doheny Memorial Library Los Angeles Times Reading Room.  Presentations, panels, and film screenings will also be given in the Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall and the adjoining Intellectual Commons.
If you haven't yet attended the Los Angeles As Subject archives bazaar we heartily invite you to join our gathering of artists, film writers, hipsters and students in a treasure trove of Los Angeles history browsing with archivists, curators, and librarians the many collections of Los Angeles.  Just a few of our previous exhibitors have included the Autry, the Beverly Hills Library, the CSU’s, Chinese Historical Society, Filipino American Library, Getty Center, Huntington Library, Workman and Temple Homestead Museum, Japanese American National Museum, La Senora, LA84, Claremont Colleges, LMU, Mayme Clayton Library, Occidental College, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Santa Monica Library, Seaver Center, Shildler Ephemera, Southern California Library for Social Research, St. Vincent's Medical Center, UCLA and USC.
                                                                        Admission is still FREE!