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Holling C. Holling carving of Native American with canoe; UCLA Young Research Library Department of Special Collections
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Southern Pacific Company poster, California for the Tourist, the Charm of the Land of Sunshine by Summit, Sea and Shore, 1910; UCLA Young Research Library Department of Special Collections

In addition to links to web sites which carry information related to primary resources, please take a look at the link to "California Cultural and Historical Institutions". This is a listing of museums, libraries, historical societies, archives and other institutions in Southern California that serve as a resource for on-site research involving primary source material.

If you would like to see your institution added to this list, please contact the Institute on Primary Resources at ipr@ucla.edu or (310) 206-4940.

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