The East Bakersfield High School's digital collection at California Revealed consists of audio recordings from the 1940s, 1960s, and 1970s.The collection includes recordings of the school's choir, school pageants, and band concerts.
The East Bay Media Center serves the Bay Area community by providing youth media education services and training by its Emmy and Peabody Award winning producers. The East Bay Media Center is dedicated to providing the resources for affordable access to technologies that enhance and empower independent producers and youths in our community.
The East Bay Media Center's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image recordings from the 1970s. The collection includes four powerful documentary films by Allen Willis related to subjects including Bobby Seale, poetry by Oakland youth, beat poetry, and Timothy Leary.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises nearly 125,000 acres in 73 parks, including over 1,250 miles of trails and 55 miles of shoreline. We acquire, manage, and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy now and into the future.
The East Bay Regional Park District's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images from the 1970s to the 1990s, including several non-fiction films with a focus on environmentalism.
The Eastern California Museum was founded in 1928, and has been operated by the County of Inyo since 1968. The mission of the Museum is to collect, preserve, and interpret objects and information related to the cultural and natural history of Inyo County and the Eastern Sierra, from Death Valley to Mono Lake. The Museum collection is held in public trust, and a computerized database with over 15,550 records is used to manage the Museum's extensive collections. In addition to those artifacts, the Museum also houses about 27,000 historic photographs of the Eastern Sierra region, the majority of which date from the late 1800s through the 1950s.
Artifacts and information are interpreted for the public through the Museum's permanent exhibits and an annual rotating, special exhibit from the collection. The Museum also maintains archives that make up the History Files, and the Family Files, both of which contain newspaper clippings, original documents, and other information about the towns, people, and subjects that have played a role in the history of Inyo County and the Eastern Sierra. The Frank M. Parcher Research Library is another excellent source of information for researchers and the general public. The Museum also presents educational programs, special events, and lectures and talks that are free and open to the public. In addition to the main Museum buildings at the Museum's Independence campus, the Eastern California Museum also maintains the historic Commander's House and Edwards House in Independence, and the Mary DeDecker Native Plant Garden on the Museum grounds.
The Eastern California Museum's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images, audio recordings, and text materials from the 1910s to the early 2000s. The collection includes oral histories, home movies, and promotional films related to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, resource management, the Owens Valley, the Eastern Sierras, mining and more.
The Eastern Fresno County Historical Society preserves knowledge and artifacts of the eastern Fresno County area related to mining, logging, ranching, Native heritage, hydroelectric development, and the cultural development of our small communities.
The Eastern Fresno County Historical Society's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image and audio recordings. The collection includes oral histories recorded in the 1990s and 2000s with Fresno County residents.
The Environmental Design Archives is committed to raising awareness of the significant architectural and landscape heritage of Northern California through collecting, preserving, and providing access to the primary records of the built environment of the region and landscaped environment of the world.
The work of most of the San Francisco Bay Region's historically significant architects and landscape architects are represented in the collections of nearly 100 architects and firms. These collections contain drawings, plans, specifications, photographs, audio-tapes, personal papers, business records, furniture, art, and artifacts.
The Environmental Design Archives provides primary source material for scholarly research, teaching support, preservation, and public service, and actively encourages and promotes the use of its collections.
The Environmental Design Archive's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images, audio recordings, and text materials from the early 1950s through the 1990s. The collection includes art and architecture lectures on subjects such as ceramics, Edith Heath, and landscapes, as well as films on architectural software and other topics.
Escondido Public Library's Pioneer Room identifies, collects, preserves, and provides access to a non-circulating collection of records, manuscripts, and other significant resources of enduring historic, legal, administrative and fiscal value for the community of Escondido.
The Escondido Public Library, Pioneer Room's digital collection at California Revealed consists of audiovisual materials moving images, audio recordings, and text materials from the 1950s through the 2000s. The collection includes oral histories, local history programs, and city directories.
The Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley was established in 1997 by merging the Asian American Studies Library, the Chicano Studies Library and the Native American Studies Library. In the late 1960s, the collections of these founding libraries grew from student interest in collecting and preserving a perspective that was lacking in other campus libraries. The specialized ethnic studies books and serials, archival collections, posters, and audio collections from those three libraries live on in a centralized space on the ground floor of Stephens Hall.
The Ethnic Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image and audio recordings from the 1960s to the 1980s. These recordings include a selection of the H.K. Yuen collection, which features multimedia materials on a wide range of historic themes and events related to social movements in Berkeley and the San Francisco Bay Area during the 1960s and 1970s. Other highlights include episodes from a bilingual Chinese and English TV-series co-produced by the Chinese Media Committee of Chinese for Affirmative Action and KPIX-TV Westinghouse, as well as news recordings from local stations KQED and KPFA.