Curious about the history of ZSFG? Want to see archival materials in person?
On November 10th from 11am to 1pm, there will be a drop-in exhibit of archival materials and history in the library’s conference room 3208, located on the second floor of Building 30 (by the Learning Center).
Come learn about the 150 year history of the hospital, see photos and artifacts from the ZSFG archival collections, and talk to the ZSFG archivist!
When: Thursday, November 10th, 11am to 1pm
Where: Building 30, room 3208 (second floor, by the Learning Center)
Questions? Contact the ZSFG Archivist, Griffin Burgess, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How has ZSFG changed your life? We want to hear your stories!
At the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Archives, we keep the history of the hospital through records, photographs, and other historical materials. And your stories are a key part of the larger story we have to tell.
With “ZSFG: Our Story,” we hope to capture a variety of stories that illustrate the diversity of ZSFG’s patients and the lasting effect of the hospital on the wider San Francisco community.
The videotaped oral histories will be kept in the archives for use by anyone, including researchers, reporters, hospital administrators, and members of the public. Your history may be used in research or in a future publication about the hospital.