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HELP US SAFEGUARD THE LOCKWOOD DE FOREST JR. ARCHIVE

Sunday, September 10, 2017 | Posted by lalh

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LALH is turning to its members and friends for help in raising $25,000 to purchase the de Forest family archive, which we will then donate to the Architecture and Design Collection at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Comprehensive archives such as those at UCSB play a key role in the scholarship that supports LALH books, films, and exhibitions. Please help us expand the de Forest archive and make it available to all, in perpetuity.

Donors will be listed in the credits of the forthcoming LALH film on Lockwood de Forest in the North America by Design documentary film series.

Please make your gift by October 1st.

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