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Dear California: Alfred Eichler’s Golden State

Who is Alfred Eichler? The story of Eichler is one worth listening to. A story of a Deaf architect during the 1930s whose art and designs not only brought to life our Golden State, but who persevered during a time where Deafness was seen as a disability. He helped design and bring to life so many beautiful California scenes including one that is near and dear to all from Sacramento, the Tower Bridge!… Read more >>


Dear California: The Women Who Fought Slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown

The third installment of our virtual event series Dear California is now open for registration. We will be joined by author and journalist, Julia Siler, who will be discussing her recent Bulletin article “Discoveries in the Library’s Archives: Louis J. Stellman’s Photographs of the Women Who Fought Slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown.”Read more >>


Resources from Dear California: Black Panther Party Insights from Sacramento Branch

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