The California State University, Long Beach’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images from the 1980s and 1990s. The collection includes tape recordings of public appearances and events by George Deukmejian, California's 35th Governor.
Cal State LA Special Collections & Archives supports the discovery, learning and engagement goals of the University by identifying, acquiring, preserving, and providing access to primary research materials of enduring value in support of the academic mission of the university, the educational and research needs of the Cal State LA academic community, scholars, and the research community at large. As a repository situated in East Los Angeles, and at the heart of several diasporic, immigrant communities, Special Collections & Archives moreover aims to capture the diverse lives and historical narratives reflected in our heavily first-generation student body, and the major contributions their communities have made to the dynamic cultures of Southern California.
The California State University, Los Angeles, John F. Kennedy Memorial Library’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of audio recordings of Los Angeles poetry readings drawn from the personal collection of the poet Mel Weisburd, who during the 1950s was the editor of the influential journal of California poetry, Coastlines.
California State University, Monterey Bay’s Archives and Special Collections is home to the library's unique and original material related to the university, as well as the local history of neighboring communities and organizations.
The California State University, Monterey Bay’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of audio recordings from the 1950s and 1960s. The majority of the collection consists of interviews and speeches made by judges and politicians, related to subjects such as capital punishment, politics, Richard Nixon and more. Many of the recordings are drawn from the papers of California state senator and pioneering environmentalist Fred Farr.
The California State University, Sacramento, Department of Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) serves as the principal location for the historical research collections at California State University, Sacramento. The primary strengths of the collection are post-World War II political, social, and environmental history of the Sacramento region and the history of the California State University, Sacramento, since its founding in 1947. The Department's holdings include printed books, manuscripts, and university archives. Subject collections are comprised of both published and unpublished sources and include the Japanese American Archival Collection (JAAC), the Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection of rare books and manuscripts, and the Magnus Hirschfeld Collection of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transexual History. The department holdings include formats such as oral history transcripts, photographs, posters, broadsides, audiovisual materials, microforms, prints, paintings and other ephemera.
The California State University, Sacramento’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images, audio recordings, and text materials from the late 1940s through the present day. The audio portion of the collection consists of oral history interviews and lectures related to subjects such as feminism, racism, gang culture, civil rights, Japanese internment, and more. The collection also includes thousands of complete issues of the State Hornet, the student newspaper of California State University, Sacramento.
The mission of the Calimesa Library is to connect the community with materials, technology, and services that promote lifelong learning and cultural enrichment.
The Calimesa Library’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images, audio, text materials, and images from the 1940s to the present day. A majority of the collection relates to personal experiences of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Gulf War. Materials include student artwork, enlistment records, discharge records, personal correspondence, and oral interviews.
The Campbell Museums preserve photos, objects, and archives related to the history of Campbell, CA and the surrounding Santa Clara County.
The Campbell Museums’ digital collection at California Revealed consists of text materials from the late 1800s to the 1950s, including most issues of the Campbell (Interurban) Press and other newspapers such as the Campbell Weekly Visitor.
The Carlsbad City Library system serves the community with three inviting and unique facilities: Dove Library, Georgina Cole Library and Carlsbad City Library Learning Center.
The Carlsbad City Library’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of text materials and still images from the mid 1930s through the late 1950s. The majority of the collection consists of Carlsbad artist Miles E. Rost’s original pen and ink drawings of fish created in the mid-1930s for A Portfolio of Fish.
The Center for Asian American Media is a nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible.
The Center for Asian American Media’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving image and audio recordings from the 1930s to the 1980s. The majority of the collection consists of home movies of Asian American families living in California, collected as part of the Memories to Light: Asian American Home Movies project.
With over 6,000 recorded interviews and related transcripts, photographs, and other materials, the Center for Oral and Public History maintains the largest oral history archive in the state of California. The collection stands out nationally for its grassroots nature and the wide range of communities represented. The genesis of this archive came with the creation of a student-driven oral history program at Cal State Fullerton in 1968. Today, we continue to train students to create oral histories and generate new collections. We recognize that certain obligations accompany ownership of these collections, in particular the maintenance of a suitable storage environment and access for users, including students, scholars, educators, community members, journalists, filmmakers, and policy makers. We endeavor to employ the most appropriate, up-to-date technologies to achieve both of these ends.
The Center for Oral and Public History, California State University, Fullerton’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images from the 1990s to the 2000s. The collection includes oral histories and episodes of the Politically Speaking talk show featuring former Orange County Assemblywoman Marilyn Brewer.
The Center for the Study of Political Graphics is an educational and research archive that collects, preserves, documents, and exhibits posters relating to historical and contemporary movements for social change. These posters are unique, primary, historical documents which reveal histories of struggles that are often hidden, and more often forgotten. Our growing collection is one of the most diverse visual resources in the world. This educational research archive, representing posters from the 19th Century to the present, includes the largest collection of post-World War II posters in the United States.
The Center for the Study of Political Graphics’ digital collection at California Revealed consists of print materials from the 1960s through the present. The majority of the collection consists of political posters that record the Chicanx/Latinx perspective of national and international events. Subjects and topics include social change, protest, United Farm Workers, healthcare, civil rights, and more. Creators featured in the collection include some of the best-known Chicano artists such as Rupert Garcia (Oakland), Barbara Carrasco (Los Angeles), Malaquias Montoya (Davis) and Ester Hernandez (San Francisco); important art collectives such as the Royal Chicano Air Force (Sacramento), Self Help Graphics (Los Angeles), Mechicano Art Center (Los Angeles), Mexica Movement (Los Angeles) and Mission Cultural Center (San Francisco). The collection also includes younger and emerging artists such as Jesus Barraza, Melanie Cervantes, and Julio Salgado.
The Citrus College Hayden Memorial Library is committed to providing quality library services and resources for Citrus College's diverse community, the residents of the Citrus Community College District, and other users of the Library.
Citrus College’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of moving images from 2000-2008. The collection focuses on oral histories offering different perspectives on the Vietnam War, World War II, and more.
The City College of San Francisco Library’s digital collection at California Revealed consists of still images and text materials. A majority of the collection consists of menus drawn from the Alice Statler Menu Collection, documenting the culinary life of San Francisco and Northern California from the 1920s through the 1980s. Also included are photographs, paintings, and catalogs related to Mexican artist, Diego Rivera, and his first assistant, Mona Hofmann.