Chapman University. Huell Howser Archive.
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Carton 1
Overview Huell Howser was a broadcast journalist and television host most widely known for his television series, California's Gold, which ran on various California public television stations from 1991 through 2012. The collection consists of materials related to the development, implementation, and maintenance of theCalifornia's Gold exhibit and the Huell Howser Archives located in the Leatherby Libraries of Chapman University.
Unprocessed — Folder 2019-05-08_CalGold_Scholarship-2019.051.a
Collection — Folder 1989-1990_Crossroads_Edison-2017.019.s
Content Description This collection contains the digital files for a video series titled "Crossroads" that was produced for Edison International's employees as insight into the interesting people, jobs and locations around the electric utility’s 50,000 square mile service territory. Eight episodes were produced in 1989 and 1990. Huell Howser was the on-camera spokesperson.
Unprocessed — Item 1
Unprocessed — Folder 2015-11-09_Daniel_Friederich_screening-2015.163.a
Collection — Box 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the unspecified: This collection is composed of memorial materials relating to the legacy of television personality, Huell Howser and the popularity of his television program, California's Gold. This collection includes foam poster boards from various fans, businesses and restaurants in remembrance of Huell Howser as well as formal memorial material from various municipal bodies, organizations and individuals. There are awards from the California Library Association and the...