Title: The Citizen and Cheviot Chatter
Collection number: CSLA-5
19 oversize archival document boxes
Loyola Marymount University. Library. Department of Archives and Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659
Languages represented in the collection:
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and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount University.
Accession number: 1997.19
This collection (see box list) contains the run, from 1927 through 1960, of a local Culver City, California, weekly newspaper.
This weekly was originally called the Western Citizen as witness to its coverage of communities in western Los Angeles (Mar
Vista, Culver City, Albright City, and Barnes City), but saw a title change to The Citizen for the 6 December 1929 issue.
In 1942 The Citizen became The Citizen and Cheviot Chatter, the latter a weekly newspaper for Cheviot Hills, which had appeared
as inserts in The Citizen before their merger. Because of the newspaper's coverage of Culver City, The Citizen and Cheviot
Chatter contains much material on MGM, the famous movie studio located the city.
The newspapers are bound, usually by year, in leather-bound hard covers, some with newspaper name and dates of issue embossed
on the spine. The arrangement of the collection is chronological (1927-1960). These holdings of The Citizen and Cheviot Chatter
are probably incomplete. Unfortunately, the issues for the dates 4 February 1927 through 29 November 1929 are extremely brittle,
making them unsuitable for handling; thus, they are closed to research use.
The arrangement of the collection is chronological (1927-1960).
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in
the library's online public access catalog.
Culver City (Calif.) -- Newspapers
Citizen and Cheviot Chatter (Culver City, Calif.)