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Exhibitions -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archival resources

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Fisher Gallery records

 Collection
Identifier: 0271
Abstract

The Fisher Gallery records document the functions and activities of the Fisher Gallery at the University of Southern California, consisting of the papers of Gallery Directors; records, publications, and media of exhibits; documents of loans; records pertaining to the USC Museum Studies Program; and papers from the Friends of Art/Council of Fine Arts.

Dates: 1932 - 2015

Selma Holo papers

 Collection
Identifier: 5251
Abstract The Selma Holo papers consists of publications, reports, photographs, and research notes created and collected by Selma Holo. Included are the original typescript of Dr. Holo's dissertation; typescripts of two of her publications, "Beyond the Prado" and "Managing Memory"; research files produced during trips to Mexico and Spain; research for the exhibition "Keepers of the Flame"; and various personal and ephemeral items. Selma Holo received her doctorate from the University of California,...
Dates: 1937-2015; Majority of material found in 1980-2015

Los Angeles World's Fair scrapbook

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 5283
Abstract

Scrapbook containing photographic reproductions of clippings about the proposed Los Angeles World's Fair. The clippings came from many different local newspapers.

Dates: 1943

National Housing Exposition scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: 7034
Abstract The Pan-Pacific Auditorium, originally located at 7600 West Beverly Boulevard in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles, was designed by Plummer, Wurderman and Becket and financed by a commmittee led by Clifford W. Henderson and his brother Phillip. The National Housing Exposition, the Pan-Pacific's inaugural event, was one of a number of similar expos held across the country after the passage of the National Housing Act in 1934, which was designed to make home ownership affordable for all...
Dates: 1935

USCaleidoscope records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 5039
Abstract USCaleidoscope was an annual all-university open house begun in 1969 and consisted of tours, demonstrations, exhibits, lectures, performances, luncheons, and award ceremonies throught USC's schools and including both the University Park campus as well as the Medical School. An annual event that took place in the Spring, the ambitious program ceased before the 1978 season due to budget constraints. This one-box collection of records is comprised of campus memos, flyers, press announcements,...
Dates: 1971-1978