Friday, November 27, 2009

Avery Clayton ha muerto

Avery Clayton ha muerto
En la tarde del dia de hoy "Accion de Gracias"
el director e hijo de Mayme Clayton ha
fallecido. Los Angeles ha perdido a un soñador.
a un gran comunicador, cuya paciente diligencia
cristalizo la fundacion de Mayme Clayton Center.

Terrible noticia....

Conchita Bouza

Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum, Inc. id259
Mailing Address:
Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum
4130 Overland Avenue
Culver City, CA 90230
Phone: (310) 202-1647
Fax: (310) 202-5464


Contact: Mr. Avery Clayton, President
Web site:
Institution Type: Archive, Cultural Institution, Historical Society, Library, Museum, Non-profit Organization, Research Center/Institution, Study Center
Location of Institution: 4130 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230
Archive and Collections
Description: World's largest independently held collection of African American history and culture; consisting of rare and out-of-print books, documents, films, music, photographs and memorabilia.
Regions Covered: National in scope. Dating from the 18th Century to the present
Type of Materials: Architectural Drawings, Artist files, Artworks, Audio Recordings, Books, Cultural Artifacts, Materials & Objects, Databases, Diaries/Journals/Personal Papers, Digital Files, Ephemera, Films/Videos/Moving Images, Institutional Publications, Institutional Records, Large Format Papers, Manuscripts, Memorabilia, Microfiche/Microfilm, Newspaper Clippings, Newspapers, Official Records, Oral Histories, Photographs, Postcards, Press Clippings, Press Releases, Printed Works, Rare Books, Scripts, Serials, Slides, Statistical Data, Unprocessed/Unknown, Yearbooks
Time Periods: 1848-1899, 1900-1920, 1921-1949, 1950-1963, 1964-1980, 1981-Present, Pre-1848
Languages: English
Sectors of the Population Represented in the Collection: African Descent, Artistic Communities, At or Below Poverty Level, Business, Clubs/Service/Social Organizations, College/University Faculty, Community Service Organizations, Education, Employment, Highest Income, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Lower to Middle Income, Middle to Upper Income, Musicians, Politics/Government, Professional, Religious, Seniors, Sports, TV/Film/Radio, Youth
Year Round Access: No
OnSite Technology: No
Workspaces: Yes
Open to the Public: No
Public Hours: Not open to public until late 2009, early 2010
Reservations not required
Open for Research: Yes
Research Hours: Very limited access, until late 2009, early 2010
Reservations required
Access Procedures: By appointment, only
Catalogue System: Library of Congress
Repository/Depository: Yes
Loan To Others: Yes
Exhibited: Yes
Exhibition Frequency: Infrequently
Makes Purchases: Yes
Formalized Purchases: No
Outreach: Brochures/Flyers/Pamphlets, Class Visits, Community Service, Conferences/Conventions, Directories, Exhibitions, Festivals, Internet, Library Events, Mailings, Meetings, Newsletter, Newspapers, OCLC/RLIN, Online Catalog, Public Lectures & Programs, Publications, Radio/TV/Video, Reports, Student Orientations, Study Guides, Telephone, Word of Mouth

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