In 2014, we completed work with the UCLA Center for the Study of Women and the UCLA Library on the NEH Grant which resulted in over 80 collections processed by UCLA. From that project, emerged this guide entitled,“Making Invisible Histories Visible: Preserving the Legacy of Lesbian Feminist Activism and Writing in Los Angeles,” which describes the scope of the work, the people involved and the lesbian and feminist women’s collections that were processed.
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“Making Invisible Histories Visible: Preserving the Legacy of Lesbian Feminist Activism and Writing in Los Angeles” project was a three-year project to arrange, describe, digitize, and make physically and electronically accessible two major clusters of Mazer collections related to West Coast lesbian/feminist activism and writing since the 1930s. Edited by Kathleen A. McHugh, Brenda Johnson-Grau,and Ben Raphael Sher, the guide is now available in PDF format. Please use the link below to read online or to download & read in any PDF reader.
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For detailed information on the partnership project initiated by the UCLA Center for the Study of Women to inventory, organize, preserve, and digitize several of Mazer’s key Los Angeles-themed collections and the resulting online finding aids, click here.