LA as Subject

Collectively preserving, archiving and sharing the rich history and culture of Los Angeles

Greene and Greene Archives, The Gamble House, University of Southern California

Greene and Greene Archives, Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108

Contact: Ms. Ann Scheid, Archivist
Phone: 626-405-2232
Fax: 626-796-6498

Institution Type: Archive, College/University, Historic Site, Museum, Non-profit Organization, Research Center/Institution

Web site:

Archives and Collections

Pasadena, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, Altadena, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Santa Monica

Type of Materials: Architectural Drawings, Artworks, Audio Recordings, Books, Cultural Artifacts, Materials & Objects, Databases, Diaries/Journals/Personal Papers, Digital Files, Ephemera, Films/Videos/Moving Images, Institutional Records, Manuscripts, Memorabilia, Microfiche/Microfilm, Newspaper Clippings, Photographs, Postcards, Rare Books, Serials, Slides, Unprocessed/Unknown

Time Periods: 1848-1899, 1900-1920, 1921-1949

Languages: English, Japanese

Sectors of the Population: Artistic Communities, College/University Faculty, Horticulture and Gardening, European Descent, Middle to Upper Income, Highest Income


Catalog System: Archival finding aids. Records of visual materials (architectural drawings and photographs) accessible by database
Online Catalog: Online Archive of California, Search for Greene and Greene Collection
Digital Formats: Greene and Greene Virtual Archives,
Repository/Depository: Yes
Loan To Others: Yes
Exhibited: Yes
Exhibition Frequency: Less than 1 per yr
Outreach: Brochures/Flyers/Pamphlets, Class Visits, Exhibitions, Internet, Library Events, Newsletter, Online Catalog, Public Lectures & Programs, Publications