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5th Annual California Hall of Fame

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December 11, 2010 through October 31, 2011

Celebrating the class of 2010 California Hall of Fame, this year’s exhibition is over 3,000-square feet and includes more than 100 unique items, many of which have never been publicly displayed such as:

  • The recreated office of Governor Edmund G. “Pat” Brown containing  desk, chair, lamp, blotter and a marlin caught by the former California governor
  • Props used in the block-buster films of James Cameron, including maquettes and spears from Avatar, life-size Terminator statue, machine from Aliens, ship’s wheel and engine wheel from Titanic and more
  • The restored 1933 Lincoln automobile owned by Bank of America founder and father of modern banking, A.P. Giannini
  • Custom suit, gold records and Fender Haggard Tuff Dog guitar played by country music legend Merle Haggard
  • Several costumes worn by music and film icon Barbra Streisand in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, My Name Is Barbra and Yentl; her first contract with the Bon Soir; albums, tickets, movie posters and rare Broadway billboard from Funny Girl
  • Wayne Thiebaud gallery personally containing works selected by the artist himself
  • The pilot script from Golden Girls signed by the original cast and an Emmy® won by comedienne Betty White

And much, much more!