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Tom and Ethel Bradley Center Collections, California State University, Northridge
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, California 91330
Phone: (818) 677-4594
Email: https://library.csun.edu/SCA/contact
Physical collections: 11
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Cardona (Julián) Collection

Photographer Julián Cardona has reported and documented on the conditions of Ciudad Juárez since 1993 when he started his career at . Between 2009-2013 he was a reporter for Reuters News Agency. His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and...

Chandler (Irene Ramos) Collection

Irene Ramos Chandler was an activist, a mother, and the wife of Bill Chandler, who was also an activist. She heavily participated in the United Farm Workers (UFW) and the United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC), the precursor to UFW,...

Charles (Roland) Collection

The Roland Charles Collection is an extensive photographic collection that largely consists of people photography, art gallery and exhibit documentation, images of street scenes in Los Angeles, and documentation of a long-term project on Bobtown, a small town in Louisiana....

Davis (Jack) Photograph Collection

The Jack Davis Photograph Collection primarily consists of images of individuals, social and business groups' activities, and significant personal or social events of the predominantly Black community of Los Angeles, particularly South Los Angeles, from the 1950s to the 1980s....

Hambrick (Harold) Photograph and Video Collection

The Harold Hambrick Photograph and Video Collection is a small collection of photographs and videos that largely document the Watts and the South Los Angeles area within the time period of 1966 to 2005, and primarily the 1990s and 2000s....

Hicks (Calvin) Photograph Collection

Calvin Hicks was an African American photographer who lived in Los Angeles from 1968 to his death in 2012. He participated in several exhibit spaces and photography groups dedicated to the area's African American photographers, such as the Black Gallery...

Knight (William) Collection

William B. Knight, also known as Bill Knight, was a news photographer and cameraman. Beginning his career at the , the afternoon counterpart of the , Knight worked for the for almost a decade before moving to television news and...

Leelarathna (Hassina and Deeptha) Photograph Collection

Hassina and Deeptha Leelarathna founded the first Sri Lankan newspaper in the United States. Founded in 1978, the paper, , served as a voice for the Sri Lankan diaspora, and reported on everything from the decades-long civil war in Sri...

Malone (Dave) Flyer

The Dave Malone Flyer is a flyer for the Black Family Reunion Celebration, an event that was held in Exposition Park, Los Angeles, in July 1989. It includes an abbreviated schedule of the event and lists the celebrities, the activities,...

Powell (Gordon Specs) Photograph Collection

Gordon Specs Powell was a jazz musician who was hired as the first African American orchestra staff for the CBS network. Powell performed with such jazz luminaries as Billie Holiday, John Kirby, and Red Norvo during the height of the...

Romero Olivas (Enrique) Photograph and Painting Collection

Enrique Romero Olivas was a Mexican photographer and painter who worked in Ensenada, Baja California. He captured portraits of the community at his studio, Estudios Ensenada, where he also sold works in oil, watercolor, sepia, and china. He often traveled...