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Collection Guides

Collection guides, also known as finding aids, are inventories, registers or indexes to collections held by archives, manuscript repositories, libraries, and museums. Collection guides are used to locate materials; they provide general descriptions of collections, how they are organized, where items are located and may include detailed descriptions of individual items.

A collection guide was created to describe the approximately 4000 images chosen for the Greene & Greene Virtual Archives (GGVA). The link to the GGVA collection guide and links to the participating repositories’ Greene & Greene collection guides are here:

GGVA collection guide at Online Archive of California:

Greene & Greene collection guide at Columbia University:

Greene & Greene collection guide at University of California at Berkeley:

Greene & Greene collection guide at University of Southern California:

Other useful links:

The Gamble House:

Harwell Hamilton Harris papers 1906-1990,
Alexander Architectural Library, University of Texas at Austin:

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