|The Streisand Legacy Collectors Association
The Hollywood Museum Exhibit
(If you want to read a detailed narrative tour of the exhibit, CLICK HERE
Streisand: The Legacy Collection
Streisand...The Legacy Collection, which ran from December 2005 through January 2007 at Los Angeles'
Hollywood Museum, was assembled, produced, and curated by Lou Papalas, president of C.A.S.A.de louis
This unique exhibit would not have been as successful had it not been for the generous Legacy Collection
I would like to thank the following Barbra Streisand Legacy Collector charter members who share my
passion to preserve the work, history and the "legacy" of Ms. Streisand, while assisting charitable and
non-profit organizations in successfully obtaining incremental funding through receipts/admission from
Thank you to :
Pamela Jean Miller
I want to convey my very special thank you to Ms. Pam Miller for her consistent support, friendship and
hours of dedicated ,and tedious work. Thanks Pam...you are a sweetheart and a wonderful friend!
My special "Thank You" is also extended to Walter McBride, Director of Operatons/Account Executive for
Retna Ltd.,24 West 25th Street ,12th Floor, New York, N.Y. 10010, Tele: (212) 255-0622, Cell: (646)
236-7150, Fax: (212) 255-1224, email@example.com. Walter shot most of the exhibit photographs used on
Also thanks are extended again to Pam Miller and Julien Entertainment for many of the other photographs
NOTE TO FUNDRAISERS: Organizations wishing to obtain all or part of this exhibit to raise funds for their
respective organizations should contact Lou Papalas. Click here
NOTE TO COLLECTORS: If you too have special and unique Barbra Streisand memorabilia, furniture
and/or garments,and would like to join the Legacy Collectors Association, please contact me Click here
|Barbra memorabilia formerly
on display at the "Memories"
Gift Shop" at the Hollywood
Museum, are now able to be
viewed through a Palm Desert
Warehouse tour. Any
duplicate items from the
55,000 pieces in storage are
available for sale.
Items are also displayed on a
rotating basis at the Palm
Springs' Barbra Shop.