The Pandemic Project: Stories from Long Beach during the COVID-19 outbreak of 2020
The Historical Society of Long Beach is collecting stories from those who live and work in this community to become part of our permanent archive. Our goal is to create a repository of stories and local communications that will be used by researchers, students, and others seeking to know more about how a global pandemic affects a city and its residents.
Research requests are on pause until further notice due to COVID-19. We hope to work with you again soon. In the meantime please consider sharing your COVID-19 experiences with us through our Pandemic Project.
BOOK AND PHOTO SALES
Please click here to view our selection of books and photographs ready for purchase on our online store. Please allow 3 weeks for orders to be processed. Thank you for your patience.
Exhibition viewing is limited to peering into the front windows. In gallery exhibition viewing is unavailable until further notice.
At Home Activities for Everyone!
Challenge your mind and your coloring skills while learning about Long Beach History.
We have served the city for over 50 years, collecting and preserving its rich history for current and future generations. We invite you to visit our gallery at 4260 Atlantic Avenue in the city’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood.
A Woman’s Place in The Spotlight
Be Part of Long Beach History
The Historical Society of Long Beach is proudly supported by:
Aquatic Capital of America Foundation
City of Long Beach
City of Long Beach Office of Sustainability
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Long Beach Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
Long Beach Councilmember Al Austin
Long Beach Developmental Services Department
Long Beach Navy Memorial Heritage Association
Long Beach Water Department
Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Port of Long Beach
Ron & Marianne Gastelum
Water Replenishment District
Will J. Reid Foundation