The collection of the Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside contains audiovisual material (moving images and audio) from the 1980s to the 2000s. These include the National Orange Company Oral History Program audio as well as the "Living on the Dime" moving images. "Living on the Dime" examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California.
The Richmond Public Library collection consists of images from the 1940s to 1970s. A majority of the collection contains images of Richmond, California that include the First Lady of McGlothen Temple and Minnie Lue's Restaurant. Other images include local basketball games, restaurants, and residents of the African American community.
The Riverside Public Library collection contains texts from the 1940s. The majority of the collection consists of newspapers and include subjects and topics such as World War II, Army Bases, the United States military and more.