Project partners have proposed collections to enrich the CLS collection that develop critical themes of the stateâ€™s, and the countryâ€™s, rapid development from the early 20th to the early 21st century: Immigration and settlement. Eastern California Museum and California State University, Bakersfield nominated collections of regional oral histories that cover historic events, issues and culture, including construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, Japanese-American internment, and culture of Paiute and Timbisha-Shoshone Native Americans. Industry. The San Diego Air and Space Museum nominated interviews with Charles Lindbergh as well as oral histories of â€œThe Greatest Generation,â€ of men and women who worked in San Diegoâ€™s aerospace factories during WWII. Stanford University Libraries nominated a series of lectures featuring Silicon Valley computer professionals who influenced the direction of technology well beyond California. Politics. Hoover Institution nominated a series of governor Ronald Reaganâ€™s press conference-style meetings with California high school students. California Historical Societyâ€™s The American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California records include ACLU-related clips from news reports, press conferences, and community forums, documenting efforts to protect individual liberties in California. Environmentalism. The California Academy of Scienceâ€™s Olmstead Collection documents natural areas including the Sierra, Mt. Diablo, and Jug Handle State Natural Reserve, footage taken by conservationist John Olmstead. Religion. California Historical Societyâ€™s [Additions to] Peoples Temple Records include never-before-seen film and video from the Peoples Temple Publications Department. Art and culture. The Oakland Museum of California nominated a collection of prominent artist interviews and lectures with Ansel Adams, Paul Taylor, Edith Hamlin, and Roger Sturtevant. The Ethnomusicology Archive nominated interviews and performances with Don Ellis, noted jazz musician and performer that document his musical career and the West Coast jazz scene. These and many more recordings will be digitized; please see ProjectPlanAppendix.xlsx for a list of collections proposed for this project.
Peninsula Library System
Mr. Barclay Ogden
California Audiovisual Preservation Project
1927 - 2008
All California: Northern California; Southern California; Sierra; Eastern Sierra; Death Valley; San Joaquin Valley; Central Valley; Mendocino; Davis; San Francisco Bay Area; Sacramento; Los Angeles; Pasadena; San Diego