May 17, 2022

Report: “UC Davis Library, California Vintage Wine Society to Create Archival Collection”

From The California Aggie [UC Davis Newspaper]:

The UC Davis Library and the California Vintage Wine Society are currently working together to compile an archival collection that will consist of letters, photographs and menus that date back to the 1960s. These memorabilia will ultimately contribute to a commemorative book that details the history of the society for their 60th anniversary next year.

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“To build on the history presented by the scrapbooks [components of the collection], the library engaged society members in a ‘scavenger hunt’ contest to see which members could hunt out the most interesting event programs, menus, notes, photographs, etc. from their closets and attics,” Kevin Miller, the UC Davis Library’s head of archives and special collections, said. “We’re also planning to augment this material record with new oral history interviews with long-time California Vintage Wine Society members to further preserve the stories and history of the society and its activities.”

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See Also: Inside the ‘Greatest Wine Library in the World’ (via UC Davis Library)

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