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SCPL News & Announcements - Posts Tagged 'Local History'
Bring your family’s historical snapshots (from long ago or just last week) to our next Snapshot Stories event at The San Lorenzo Valley Museum ...[Read More]
We'd like to hear your story. Consider participating in the Veteran's History project.
What is the Veterans History Project?
The United States Congress ...
Your photos can become part of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ Local History Photo Gallery. Let’s tell the world the unique story of our ...[Read More]
Join us for an exploration of California’s civil liberties history from the days of slavery to the post 9/11 era, highlighting courageous Californians ...[Read More]
Share your story about life in Santa Cruz County by helping us build the local history archive. Bring in your family's historical photos taken ...[Read More]
Santa Cruz-based company Mobile Ranger has created a new iPhone/iPad app offering a mobile tour of West Cliff Drive and the north Coast of ...[Read More]
We're thrilled with the response so far to this year's NEA Sponsored Big Read! We're continuing to delve into the work of ...[Read More]
Visualizing the Depression, a Depression Era Photo Exhibit is going on now at the Downtown Branch as part of Santa Cruz Reads. The exhibit is ...[Read More]
We're all set to kick off THE BIG READ: The Grapes of Wrath at the Museum of Art and History this Wednesday, February 27th ...[Read More]
It was an exciting morning at the Downtown branch! The Space Shuttle Endeavor flew over Santa Cruz this morning on its way from Edwards Air ...[Read More]
We've added a new album to the Local History Photograph Collection to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake. The album ...[Read More]
We've added several new articles to the Local History Articles section of our website. The articles, by local authors Barry Brown and Paul Tutwiler ...[Read More]