The Daly City Public Library provides library services to the residents of the City of Daly City. Daly City, population 101,123 (U.S. Census 2010), is the largest city in San Mateo County and is located immediately south of the City and County of San Francisco. The Library also serves residents of the Town of Colma and unincorporated Broadmoor.
The Daly City Public Library's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image recordings and text materials relating to local history and residents from the early twentieth century to the present. Of particular interest are extensive runs of Daly City newspapers dating from the late nineteenth century to the mid-1960s.
The de Saisset Museum stands at the heart of Santa Clara University's campus, adjacent to Mission Santa Clara de Asís. Founded in 1955, it is the only free museum of art and history in the South Bay, and is one of only three museums in Silicon Valley to hold accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums.
The de Saisset Museum houses an extensive collection numbering more than 12,500 objects. The museum's Art collection includes painting and sculpture, works on paper and photography, new media, and decorative arts. The History collection is divided into two main areas: California History and Mission-era liturgical vestments. Since its founding in 1955, the museum has developed large and encyclopedic holdings, covering a wide range of art historical periods and styles. Although the museum is committed to caring for every piece in its collection, current collecting activity is predominantly focused on works by contemporary California artists.
The de Saisset Museum's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images recordings from the 1970s. The majority of the collection consists of artist-related interviews and documentaries, touching on subjects such as New Deal Art, Edward Biberman, the Bruton Sisters, and more.
The Department of African American Studies, University of California, Berkeley is an intellectual community committed to producing, refining and advancing knowledge of Black people in the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and Africa. A key component of our mission is to interrogate the meanings and dimensions of slavery and colonialism, and their continuing political, social and cultural implications.
The Department of African American Studies, University of California, Berkeley's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image recordings from the 1970s and 1980s. The majority of the collection consists of lectures, colloquia, and performances at the Berkeley campus and other Bay Area locations. Among the speakers featured are James Baldwin, Angela Davis, and St. Clair Drake.
The UC Berkeley Department of Film & Media offers innovative, interdisciplinary programs leading to a B.A. in Film and a Ph.D. in Film & Media. The Department teaches students to think historically, theoretically, and analytically about film and media within the broad context of humanistic studies. Students and faculty engage with all forms of moving-image culture, including film, still photography, television, and digital media.
The Department of Film & Media, University of California, Berkeley's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images from the 1930s through the 1960s. The titles include press conferences by President Eisenhower and President Kennedy, amateur films of Bay Area locations, and training films about springboard diving and foil fencing.
The Dixon Public Library Archives serves as the repository for photos, documents and original artifacts relating to the local history of Dixon.
The Dixon Public Library's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image and audio recordings from the 1970s to the 1990s. The collection includes numerous oral histories recorded in the 1990s of elder residents of Dixon speaking on local history.