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Greystone Mansion: Celebrating Distinguished Angeleno, Edward L. Doheny

Jill Miller with Marco Bracamontes and USC Archivist - Manuscript Libraran, Claude Zachary
Jill Miller, Marco Bracamontes and Claude Zachary in front of Birth of Mexico's Oil Industry photos
Marco Bracamontes showing Jill and Claude the 2017 calendar and opportunities for sponsorship
Marco Bracamontes with Lynn Crandall, Director, IGM Art Gallery and Claude Zachary USC Archivist
Marco Bracamontes explaining calendar opportunties to Lynn Crandall
Jill Miller & Mrs. Webster Henestrosa with Cultural Attaché, Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles, Andrés Webster Henestrosa.
Crustacean server with IGM Art Gallery Business Incubation Consultant, Jill Miller
Lynn Crandall with Philip Moya, new to Los Angeles from Cuba and enjoying the culture and his job
Cultural Attaché for the Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles, Andrés Webster Henestro with Marco Bracamontes and Claude Zachary
Marco Bracamontes explaining the birth of the Mexican Oil Industry to Jill Miller
Date: 
September 25, 2016 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: 
Doheny Greystone Mansion, 905 Loma Vista Drive, Beverly Hills, CA

Founded in 2001 and comprised solely of volunteers, the Friends of Greystone is a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise funds to restore, preserve and protect Doheny Greystone Estate.  The estate is owned by the City of Beverly Hills and considered to be among California's most luxurious residences south of Hearst Castle.  Included in the organization's goals is to provide educational programs to students, residents of Beverly Hills, and the general public via events such as the Historical Preservation:Saving Our Past exhibition on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016.  To activate slide show with captions, left click on top photo.  Advance with arrow on upper right side of photos.

Along with other historical displays in the exhibition, event guests enjoyed the never before seen Edward L. Doheny, Sr. and the Birth of Mexico's Oil Industry, presented by USC alum, Annenberg School of Communication, '90, Marco Bracamontes, whose great grandfather served as one of Doheny's attorneys and public notaries in both Mexico and New York City.  These photographs share Mr. Doheny's successful entrepreneurial endeavors in the oil business in Mexico, along with the Cerro Azul oil discovery, the largest record setting producing oil well in history making Doheny one of the richest men in the world and one of the leaders in the Industrial Revolution. USC Archivist and Manuscript Librarian, Claude Zachary; USC Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery Director, Lynn Crandall;  and IGM AG Business Incubator Concierge, Jill Miller, enjoyed discussing imagery never before exhibited in the United States and opportunities for entrepreneurial development and sponsorship collaboration with Marco Bracamontes, the founder of Archivo Bracamontes, a repository of Mexico's industrial history.  The event was generously catered by Crustacean of Beverly Hills.

Please visit  websites-  www.greystonemansion.org and artAngels.org for more information on Friends of Greystone Mansion and the USC Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery.