The Hurley/Wright Surveyors Map Collection is perhaps one of LMU’s most unknown hidden treasure with some maps being hand drawn and dating back to 19th century Los Angeles. This collection has very high research and historical value as the holdings contain maps recording ownership of californio ranchos from 1858 on and their subsequent …
The Del Rey Players playbills featured in this digital collection are a part of the more extensive mixed media University Archives Student Affairs collection held by the Department of Archives and Special Collections.
According to the records that comprise the University Archives collections, the Del Rey Players, a dramatic society made …
The Loyola Marymount University Historical Manuscripts Collection showcases various historical manuscript holdings in the Department of Archives & Special Collections at the William H. Hannon Library. More manuscripts will be added as and when they are digitized.
Current manuscript collections in the digital collection include:
These on-line selections from the J. D. Black Papers (CSLA-15), the legacy of this life-long resident of the Owens Valley, richly illustrate aspects of the famed Water Wars between the City of Los Angeles and the people of that valley in the 1920s, the defining moment in the modern history of the valley. Presented here on-line, this …
The Big Pine Citizen was the weekly newspaper of Big Pine, California, a town in the northern Owens Valley of the California Sierras. The Big Pine Citizen Newspaper Collection (CSLA-30) holds issues from the years 1922, and 1924 to 1928, the decade in which the Owens Valley Water Wars between the City of Los Angeles and the people of the …
The Loyola Marymount University Digital Collections currently feature unique materials digitized from the Department of Archives & Special Collections. The digital resources represent historically significant documents, photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, slides, maps, and diaries. They cover a variety of subject areas including the history of Southern California, Catholicism in Los Angeles, and Loyola Marymount University; postcards from around the world; medieval manuscripts and so on.
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