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Everett Ellin papers, 1928-2013

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Ellin (Everett) papers

Title: Everett Ellin papers
Dates: 1928-2013
Number: 2015.M.22
Creator/Collector: Ellin, Everett
Extent: 6 Linear Feet (14 boxes; 5 audiocassettes; 4 audio discs; 1 computer disc; 3 videocassettes)
Abstract: Everett Ellin was the polymathic owner of two well-regarded art galleries in Los Angeles during the late 1950s and the early 1960s. He invigorated the local art scene by bringing major artists from New York to Los Angeles. He also created a vital link between technology and museums by founding the Museum Computer Network. After leaving the art world, he worked as an entrepreneur in energy management and medical imaging technology, as an inventor of media devices, an executive for SONY, and as a business consultant. The papers document Ellin's professional life, including his work with the Everett Ellin Gallery, French & Company, and the Museum Computer Network. A small quantity of personal papers is also present.
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Language: Collection material is in English
Repository: The Getty Research Institute
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Los Angeles 90049-1688
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Author: Julie Park


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