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Guide to the Olympic Games Collection, 1932, 1960, 1964, 1984
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Description
The Olympic Games Collection includes reproductions of Olympic posters; programs, ticket stubs and memorabilia for the 1932, 1960 and 1984 Games; newspaper clippings and magazine articles for the three sets of games as well as the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival; copies of the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee (LAOOC) publication, Olympic Record from July 28 to August 12, 1984; LAOOC Media Guides; and correspondence and preliminary planning for the Torch Relay and the Rose Bowl venue. Also included is the United States Olympic Committee Official Report, 1964.
Background
California has hosted the Olympic Games three times: the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics, and the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. The city of Pasadena played an important role in both of the summer games. This collection includes memorablia from the 1932, 1960 and 1984 Games.
Extent
6 boxes
Restrictions
Use of the materials is governed by all applicable copyright law. The Pasadena Museum of History reserves the right to restrict any materials from reproduction at any time. Property rights reside with the Pasadena Museum of History. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. The Museum's physical ownership of the materials in its collection does not imply ownership of copyright. It is the user's responibility to reslove any copyright issues related to the use and distribution of reproduced materials. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Pasadena Museum of History.
Availability
Collection is open to the public for research. Use is restricted by rules intended to protect and preserve the materials in good condition for the future. For additional information please contact the Pasadena Museum of History.