Huell Howser was a broadcast journalist and television host most widely known for his television series,
California's Gold, which ran on various California public television stations from 1991 through 2012. Originally from Tennessee, Howser arrived
in Los Angeles in 1981, began working at KCET in 1985, and developed a travelog series that featured interesting people, businesses,
and stories from across California. The collection consists of audiovisual materials, production research files, professional
correspondence, press and publicity materials, photographs, ephemera and realia from the Huell Howser Production offices.
Huell Burnley Howser (1945-2013) was an American broadcast journalist best known for
California's Gold, his travel show based in Los Angeles at KCET and aired on California public broadcast stations.
347.25 Linear feet
(7,329 A/V materials, 52 boxes, 2 framed portraits, 2 desks, 2 chairs, 2 digital video cameras, 1 Beta tape player, 1 MiniDV
tape player, 1 monitor, 1 flagpole)
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