Global Museum Takes Part in Crawl of Bay Area Archives

Wednesday, October 16, 2019
KQED ARTS (SAN FRANCISCO) -- This Saturday, the California Historical Society and the Labor Archives and Research Center at SF State open their doors, 1 – 5pm for a different kind of showcase: a once-yearly “archives crawl.” And even though there’s only two stops on the crawl, each institution will play host to archivists and archives from a plethora of other local collections, including the GLBT Historical Society, SFMOMA, the Environmental Design Archives and SFSU’s Global Museum. In total, 12 archives are participating in the day’s events, showcasing a wide swath of San Francisco’s material history.