John Bauer was a managing director and one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Community Concert Association, and a
founder of the Ojai festivals. The collection consists of papers relating to Bauer's term of office as managing director of
the Los Angeles Community Concert Association.
John Bauer was an arts administrator. After graduating from Princeton in 1930, he went on to work as an art director in the
American Art Gallery in Los Angeles. He co-founded the Los Angeles Concert Association (LACCA), and became its managing director,
working extensively on fund raising, campaign organization, developing their annual concert season. In addition to his work
with the LACCA, Bauer also established the Ojai festival in 1947, and later organized Community Concerts Incorporated.
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
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