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Center for Sacramento History
551 Sequoia Pacific Blvd.
Sacramento, California 95811
Phone: (916) 808-7072
Email: csh@cityofsacramento.org
Collections with online items: 3
Physical collections: 14
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Carmichael Chamber of Commerce Records

The Carmichael Chamber of Commerce records document the business and civic activities of the Carmichael (California) Chamber of Commerce. For over 60 years the chamber has been active in promoting businesses, the community and representing the interests of the citizens...

Cope (Mary Grace Heller) Collection

The Mary Grace Heller Cope Collection covers a time period from 1896 through 1982. The collection contains copies of David Lubin's correspondence and writings during his lifetime, and tributes that were published after his death. The collection also contains family...

KCRA-TV Film Collection

The KCRA-TV Film Collection documents the work of Sacramento's NBC television affiliate from 1957 to 1982. The bulk of the collection contains day-to-day news stories – politics, crime, local events, sports, and human interest stories – occurring in northern California...

KOVR-TV Film Collection

The KOVR-TV Film Collection documents the work of Sacramento's then ABC television affiliate from 1967 to 1981. The bulk of the collection contains day-to-day news stories.

Lathe (Roger L.) Papers

The Roger L. Lathe papers includes the professional documentation of a “housewright,” working throughout the Sacramento area and Northern California cities. Lathe spent his professional career as an architectural historian, preservation and restoration contractor and licensed home inspector. He wrote...

Max Baer Recordings

The Max Bear Recordings document Baer's recorded life, including his boxing career, interviews, guest appearances, Baer's own radio programs, and family.

McClatchy Newpapers and Broadcasting Collection

The McClatchy Newspapers and Broadcasting Collection is composed of material transferred to the Center for Sacramento History in August 2005 from the basement vault of the Sacramento Bee's headquarters. The collection consists primarily of material related to the operations of...

Nathaniel S. and Jerlean J. Colley Papers

The Nathaniel S. and Jerlean J. Colley papers document the legal and civic activities of Nathaniel Colley, one of Sacramento's earliest African American attorneys and a national civil rights leader. For nearly 50 years, Nathaniel and Jerlean made Sacramento their...

Neasham (Aubrey) Collection

The Aubrey Neasham Collection is organized chronologically, and divided into eleven different series which reflect on his research and professional career. The first series consists of files created while Neasham was a student at UC Berkeley, including drafts of his...

Sacramento County Animal Control Office Records

The Sacramento County Animal Control Office records documenting the monthly activities of the office between 1972 and 1979.

Sacramento Sports Commission Records

The Sacramento Sports Commission Records document the life of the commission, its non-profit funding, its economic relationship with the local government, and the sporting events that it sponsored in the Sacramento area. For over twenty years, the SSC was...

Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society Collection

The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society (STJS) began on Sunday May 5, 1968 with a group of local jazz musicians gathering at the Orangevale Grange Hall to play for a small group of jazz fans. The musicians included Dr. Bill Borcher,...

Waters (Robbie) Papers

The Robbie Waters Papers document the legal and civic activities of councilman Robbie Waters, who served as a representative of District 7 on the Sacramento City Council. Waters remained councilmen for sixteen years, from 1994 through 2010, and backed...