One of the Castle's most beautiful artifacts is the 16th C Spanish Mudejar ceiling. The story told by the ceiling and its beauty have been muted by accumulation of almost 500 years of smoke and soot.
Manuscripts related to the indigenous civilizations and the natural history of the Americas represent a major facet of our collections. Our goal is to scan and make these available on a website.
Save Venice is seeking funding for the restoration of 35 individual lunettes located in the Sala Capitolo, or Great Chapter Hall, located in the Gallerie dell'Academia in Venice.
We hold 176,000 photographs, as well as a collection of 15,000 negatives taken by Hispanic Society photographers on various expeditions to Spain and Latin America which need preserving.
The goal of the planned restoration of the south facade of the main building is to preserve the integrity of our landmark building and to preserve the important sculptural panels by Berthold Nebel.
Our museum holds approximately 200,000 manuscripts, dating from the 10th to the 20th century, which encompass all parts of the world where the Spanish and Portuguese Empires held sway.
The Preservation Advocacy Fund (PAF) is a targeted-action philanthropic fund that supports the Los Angeles Conservancy's many ongoing advocacy campaigns.