Dr. Hoffman's papers include many historical organization journals and books, many including essays by Hoffman; his research
materials, much literature related to the society E Clampus Vitus, newsletters and ephemera pertaining to Hollywood's Magic
Castle, and a small trove of underground comic books ("comix"). There are also some materials pertaining to the Los Angeles
Corral of Westerners, of which Dr. Hoffman is a prominent member.
Historian and author Abraham Hoffman is currently an adjunct professor at Los Angeles Valley College, but has also taught
history courses at Los Angeles City College, UCLA Extension, USC, Chapman University, Immaculate Heart College, and the Los
Angeles Unified School District. His research interests include minorities in the West, early motion picture history, and
Western water resource development among other subjects-- and are evidenced by the many historical organizations to which
he belongs and the number of books and articles he authored.
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