The theme of the 2013 Archives Month in California is “Working to Preserve our History.” This month-long celebration helps highlight tireless efforts by archivists, librarians, historians, volunteers, and community members to safeguard the treasures of the past for future generations.
UCSF Archives would like to invite everyone to visit the library to view two exhibits that display materials from our holdings:
- 1st floor gallery: Japanese woodblock prints: Pharmacy and Pharmacists
- 5th floor gallery: School of Pharmacy History: Robert L. Day Collection
If you are not able to travel you can enjoy our numerous digital collections online.
We are extending the invitation to all students, staff, faculty, researchers, and general public to make an appointment and visit the archives reading room to find out how we can help you and learn interesting facts about UCSF history.
Visit the California Archives Month website to learn about state-wide events and view images that were submitted by diverse repositories, including UCSF Archives, for this year’s poster that celebrates California’s workers and California archives’ ability to preserve labor history.