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May 18, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
5917 Knudsen Dr
CA 93308

Speaker: Chris Livingston

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“Many know Clarence Cullimore as one of the most important Bakersfield architects. His innovation and work with adobe architecture are known by many across the region and state. What many don’t know is that he was innovative in community building and teaching as well as a dedicated father. This presentation tells the story of Clarence Cullimore through his eyes as evident in the variety of materials found in his collection housed in the Historical Research Center at the Walter W. Stiern Library on the campus of CSU, Bakersfield.”

Chris Livingston is the coordinator for the Historical Research Center at the Walter W. Stiern Library. He holds a Masters of Art Degree in History from CSU, Bakersfield and a MLIS from San Jose State University. His research interests include student engagement, community archiving, information architecture, and public history.

Lunch will be at 11:00, followed by Chris’s presentation at Noon.