This exhibit presents photographic and historical artifacts from World War I to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the war. Curated by two CSUF history graduate students and a history alumna, the exhibit examines the war from both an international and local perspective.
Visual creativity used to communicate personal interpretations of the past, present, and future of Brea--Fullerton's neighbor to the north. Through ephemera, expressions of popular culture, and fine art, the Brea Historical Society wants to promote memory of the past.
This exhibit consists exclusively of Dr. Witmer's underwater photographs, including marine life from both local cool water kelp forests and warm water coral habitats. The coastal waters of California and the Caribbean are host to a variety of colorful residents.
There is a 24 hour turnaround period for requests made Monday-Friday by 3 p.m. If the book is not available for paging in our stacks, we will automatically order it through interlibrary loan. Click the above link for a list of other libraries from which students, faculty and staff can travel to and check out materials.
The 1st, 4th, 5th, and 6th floors of Library South remain closed, with some services still relocated to other areas of the Library due to ongoing earthquake repairs. Please read the full Alert (click on the title link above) for full details.