The Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside's digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images and audio recordings rom the 1980s to the 2000s. These include audio collected as part of the National Orange Company Oral History Program, as well as video made as part of the "Living on the Dime" project by Inland Mexican Heritage. "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 Museum Association is a charitable organization dedicated to preserving the diverse history of the greater Richmond, California area. Education programs, interpretive exhibits, a permanent collection of artifacts related to local history connect the past to the present and bring history to life. Local history is important in Richmond because it shows extraordinary feats have been accomplished here and inspires us to achieve the same in our lives.
The Richmond Museum of History's digital collection at California Revealed consists of texts from the 1930s. The collection includes an extensive run of issues of the Richmond Record Herald newspaper.
The Richmond Public Library is the municipal library system serving residents of Richmond, California.
The Richmond Public Library's digital collection at California Revealed consists of images from the 1940s to 1970s. The collection includes many images of Richmond restaurants and blues clubs such as Minnie Lue's, the Savoy Club, and the Lone Star Club. Other images show local basketball games and residents of the African American community.
The Riverside Public Library's digital collection at California Revealed consists of texts from the 1940s. The collection includes an extensive run of complete issues of the Anza Zip, the original newspaper of the Camp Anza Army Base in Riverside.