A California nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation
21015 Pathfinder Road, 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 5288
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
It is the mission of the T.H. Pendergast California Parole Museum to collect and organize artifacts that document the history of parole in California. The preservation of parole history honors and unites those who have worked for or been served by the California Parole System and is intended to be a source of pride and identity.
The collection will serve the community as an educational resource by creating interactive projects and mobile exhibitions. Educational partnerships will be fostered to generate scholarly research.
The museum will also serve to educate the public by bringing to the community carefully developed exhibits that instruct, inspire and lead to a better understanding of the parole mission, history and future of California.
Historical Magazine: Help us write the history of parole. We are seeking stories.
Donations: Become a "Friend of the Pendergast." We need your support. Museum t-shirts, hats, pin badges, etc., are available for a minimum donation.
Artifacts: The search continues for memorabilia. The Pendergast mission is to collect and store artifacts that document the history of parole.
Volunteers: We need your help. Become a volunteer. Call us to join the Pendergast team.
For further information, contact Paul Toma, Chairman, at 951.545.2635 or click here to send an email.
The logo was created by Allan Martinez, at Cal State University Fullerton, under the direction of Professor Arnold Holland, a Getty Scholar. The design was funded by a grant from the J. Paul Getty Museum.