These records consist of 115.15 linear feet, 91.25 boxes of records created during the planning, and execution of exhibitions
and, to a lesser extent, public programming (including the Film and Music Programs) at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
from 1973 through 2003. The records also include some materials related other public museum activities, such as film and music
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art was originally the Art Division of the Los Angeles County Museum of Science, History,
and Art which opened at Exposition Park near downtown Los Angeles in 1913. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art or LACMA officially
became an independent entity in 1961, and opened its own campus on Wilshire Blvd., about 7 miles northeast of the original
museum, in 1965.
121.45 Linear feet
, 94 boxes
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