The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
California State University, Long Beach. Special Collections & University Archives
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, California
Repository URL: http://www.csulb.edu/library/guide/serv/special.html
Repository description (CRHP): California State University-Long Beach Special Collections and University Archives Department houses the materials found on the Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive. The Women's History and Labor History series contain interviews pertaining to civil rights and race relations.
Repository description (extant): Special Collections contains unusual and valuable materials including:
Examples of early printing and binding as well as contemporary fine press publications
The oldest item in the Library's collections is found in our Special Collections.
Original photographic prints from such artists as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston
Fine art prints from such artists as Daumier, Kollwitz, Johns, Currier & Ives, and many others
Rare editions and letters related to such authors as D. H. Lawrence, Robinson Jeffers, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Virginia Woolf, and many more.
Collections of writings by CSULB faculty (such as the Gerald Locklin Collection) or collections initiated by CSULB Faculty (The Venice Collection, The Oral History Collection, and The Howard Sherain Collection).
A descriptive listing of all of CSULB's Special Collections is available. Images from the Fine Arts Collection are also available for viewing via the Web.
Repository type: University Special Collection
Labor history [collection]