Donald R. & Beverly J. Gerth Archives and Special Collections
The Gerth Archives & Special Collection at California State University Dominguez Hills University Library is home to the university archives, digital and special collections, rare books, and the archives of the California State University.
The Gerth Archives & Special Collections is inviting Southern Los Angeles County and Toro Nation community members to document our individual and community coronavirus experiences by submitting materials to digital collections.
The Gerth Archives and Special Collections and the Department of Women's Studies presents the new student-created exhibit "100 Years of the Women's Vote," honoring the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
An important recent addition to the Gerth Archives & Special Collections are the digitized campaign materials of Wilson C. Riles' successful run for Superintendent of Public Instruction for the State of California in 1970. Riles (1917-1999) was the first African American elected to statewide office in California.
The gallery may be closed, but the exhibit is open! The Gerth Archives & Special Collections presents a digital companion to the exhibit “Will the Circle Be Unbroken: The Sacred Music of the African American Diaspora.” The online exhibit features many of the artifacts featured in the physical exhibit as well as photographs of the physical exhibit.