Contents 1 Circulation and services 2 History 3 Central Library 3.1 Awards 3.2 Architecture 3.3 Expansion 3.3.1 Access needs 3.3.2 Project 3.4 Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection 3.4.1 Sources 3.4.2 Shades of L.A. 3.5 Science, Technology & Patents Department 3.6 Feathers map collection 4 Branches 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Circulation and services[edit] Library cards are free to California residents. Circulating books, zines, periodicals, computer access and audiovisual materials are available to patrons. Library materials are loaned for 3 weeks. Fines are charged only if materials are returned late. There is a loan limit of 10 books, 10 magazines, and 4 DVDs or videos at one time up to maximum of 30 items on the patron’s record. Items checked out from Los Angeles Public Library may be returned to any of its 72 branches or to the Central Library. Most items may be renewed a maximum of two times. Entertainment DVDs and videos may be renewed one time. The Los Angeles Public Library has many community support organizations which work with the library to raise funds and sponsor programs to enhance library service throughout the community. The Library's Rare Books Department is located in its downtown Los Angeles location. There is also an extensive selection of databases covering a wide variety of topics, many of which are available to remote users who hold an LAPL library card. Examples include full-text databases of periodicals, business directories, and language learning tools. The Central Library at 630 West 5th Street, between Grand Avenue and Flower Street in Downtown Los Angeles, remains an important research library, despite the development of accessible databases and public access to the Internet. The library also offers an online program that allows adult patrons who have not completed high school to earn their high school diploma.[6]

History[edit] The Los Angeles Library Association was formed in late 1872, and by early 1873, a well-stocked reading room had opened under the first librarian, John Littlefield[7]. Aggressive expansion and growth of the system began in the 1920s. Under Library Board of Commissioners Chairman Orra E. Monnette, the system was improved with a large network of branch libraries with new buildings. Thelma Jackman founded the Business & Economics section of the library sometime prior to 1970.

Central Library[edit] Cornerstone of original building, laid in 1925 Los Angeles Central Library at Flower Street The historic Central Library Goodhue building was constructed in 1926 and is a Downtown Los Angeles landmark.[8] The Richard Riordan Central Library complex is the third largest public library in the United States in terms of book and periodical holdings. Originally named the Central Library, the building was first renamed in honor of the longtime president of the Board of Library Commissioners and President of the University of Southern California, Rufus B. von KleinSmid. The new wing of Central Library, completed in 1993, was named in honor of former mayor Tom Bradley.[9] The complex (i.e., the original Goodhue building and the Bradley wing) was subsequently renamed in 2001 for former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan, as the Richard Riordan Central Library. Awards[edit] The Los Angeles Public Library received the National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries for service to the community.[10] City Librarian John F. Szabo and community member Sergio Sanchez accepted the award on behalf of the library from First Lady Michelle Obama during a White House Ceremony on May 20, 2015. The Los Angeles Public Library was selected for its success in meeting the needs of Angelenos and providing a level of social, educational, and cultural services unmatched by any other public institution in the city. The award recognizes the library’s programs that help people on their path to citizenship, earn their high school diploma, manage personal finances and access health and well-being services and resources.[11] Architecture[edit] A portion of the four-part mural by illustrator Dean Cornwell depicted the stages of the history of California at the Los Angeles Central Library. Architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue designed the original Los Angeles Central Library with influences of ancient Egyptian and Mediterranean Revival architecture. The central tower is topped with a tiled mosaic pyramid with suns on the sides with a hand holding a torch representing the "Light of Learning" at the apex. Other elements include sphinxes, snakes, and celestial mosaics. It has sculptural elements by the preeminent American architectural sculptor Lee Lawrie, similar to the Nebraska State Capitol in Lincoln, Nebraska, also designed by Goodhue. The interior of the library is decorated with various figures, statues, chandeliers, and grilles, notably a four-part mural by illustrator Dean Cornwell depicting stages of the History of California which was completed around 1933.[12] The building is a designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Expansion[edit] The Central Library was extensively renovated and expanded in a Modernist/Beaux-Arts architecture, according to Norman Pfeiffer, the principal architect of the renovation by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates from 1988 through 1993. It included an enormous, eight-story atrium wing dedicated to former mayor Tom Bradley. Now, the library contains an area of 538,000 square feet (50,000 m2), and has nearly 89 miles of shelves and seating for over 1,400 people.[13] Access needs[edit] The building's limited access had caused a number of problems. Generally, the accessible public stacks in the reading rooms only displayed about 10 to 20 percent of the actual collections of the Central Library. For anything else, a patron had to submit a request slip and a clerk would retrieve the desired material from the internal stacks. Internal stacks were packed very tightly and had very little headroom. For example, while the normal reading rooms had ceilings of anywhere from ten to fifteen feet, the internal stack areas were many shelves of about six-foot height, stacked internally, so that while the public access area was about two floors plus the Science and Technology alcove, the internal stacks were approximately five or six floors. To fix this would have required substantial renovation, a cost the city was not willing to cover, especially after hours of operation were cut in response to the 1978 property tax reduction measure Proposition 13. Arson catalyst Plaque honoring those fighting the arson fire of 1986 The catalyst for the renovation was the devastating arson fire of April 29, 1986. Although the building was safely evacuated, its vintage construction precluded the ventilation of heat and smoke, and limited firefighter access. Some 400,000 volumes—20 percent of the library's holdings—were destroyed, with significant water and smoke damage done to the surviving works. A second fire on September 3 of the same year destroyed the contents of the music department reading room. Project[edit] As part of the rehabilitation plan, LAPL sold its air rights to developers, enabling the construction of the eponymous Library Tower across the street. The skyscraper was subsequently renamed the First Interstate World Center and later the U.S. Bank Tower.[14] Additional funds were raised through corporate and personal contributions which flowed from the effort of the "Save The Books" campaign formed by Mayor Tom Bradley. The campaign, co-chaired by Lodwrick Cook, then CEO of Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) had targeted a goal to raise $10 million through corporate and individual contributions ranging from schoolchildren's nickels and dimes to $50,000 contributions by Los Angeles businessman Marvin Davis and MCA Chairman Lew Wasserman. William Eugene "Gene" Scott, an LAPL neighbor and member of the 43 strong blue ribbon committee, donated the use of his University Network television studios and himself to what became a 48-hour telethon to raise $2 million towards the total objective. The Library's renovation was completed in 1993. It included a large new underground parking facility, with a park designed by Lawrence Halprin over it. The Central Library reopened on October 3, 1993. Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection[edit] The Central Library houses and archives the extensive Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection of over 3 million historic photographs from varied sources and collection acquisitions. Many images can be viewed by the public via the online photo collection.[15][16] The physical Photo Collection is an important resource for researchers, writers, curators, and educators.[17] Sources[edit] The Photo Collection's sources have included: the former Los Angeles Herald-Examiner newspaper photo morgue (2.2 million images); the Security Pacific Bank Collection (250,000); the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce image archives (60,000), Hollywood Citizen News/Valley Times Newspaper Collection (30,000), and the 'Turn of the century Los Angeles' collection (150,000). Collection sources also include the portfolios by noted local and regional photographers,[18] such as: the Ralph Morris Archives (25,000) of the Los Angeles area from 1939 to the late 1970s; a collection of 1940s L.A. images taken and donated by Ansel Adams,[19] and the William Reagh Collection (40,000—800 online) of post-war Los Angeles to 1991.[20] Shades of L.A.[edit] The "Shades of L.A. Collection" is an archive of more than 10,000 images donated/duplicated from family photo albums (collected by former Photo Collection director Carolyn Kozo Cole) that expanded the archives to include the many diverse ethnic histories of people in the city, beyond the already well represented 'Anglo' population. The project's success expanded to the California State Library creating the "Shades of California" collection to represent the state's diverse communities, using the LAPL methods and model.[17] The book "Shades of California: The Hidden Beauty of Ordinary Life" resulted from the successful statewide project.[21] Over a dozen California city and county library districts also created local Shades of California collections, such as Monterey, Riverside, and Humboldt County.[22] Science, Technology & Patents Department[edit] Located on Lower Level 2 of Central Library's Tom Bradley Wing, the Science, Technology & Patents Department's diverse collection covers agriculture, automobile repair, computers & computer science, cooking, construction (including building codes), consumer information, cosmetology, engineering, mathematics, medicine, nutrition, pets, psychiatry, UFOs, zoology, and more.[23] In partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the Science, Technology & Patents Department is a United States Patent & Trademark Resource Center,[24] offering resources to assist with patent and trademark research. The department holds a complete collection of all Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) publications including the complete Patent Gazette and Trademark Gazette issues from the opening of the PTO, and a complete set of registration books published by the United States Copyright Office starting from Volume 1. The patent collection also includes United Kingdom Old Law Patents 1617-1981 and United Kingdom New Law Applications 1979-1994. Feathers map collection[edit] In 2012 Glen Creason, the map librarian for the central library, was invited to the Mount Washington home of John Feathers, who had died at age 56 with no known relatives. According to Creason, the cottage contained "at least a million maps" and the library was delighted to accept their donation. "This dwarfs our collection", he said, "and we've been collecting for 100 years." The maps were stored on shelves, in boxes, in file cabinets, and even in the cabinet of an old stereo system with its electronics removed. Creason said it could take a year to catalog and organize the maps and 600 feet (180 m) of shelving would be needed, but the library would then have the fifth-largest map collection in the country.[25]

Branches[edit] Besides the Central Library in downtown Los Angeles, the system also operates 72 branch locations in the city's many neighborhoods. Eight of the larger branches are designated "regional branches": No. Name Photograph Address Zip Code Phone Area Neighborhood Served Notes 01 Benjamin Franklin 2200 E. First St. 90033-3902 323-263-6901 Northeast Boyle Heights 02 Lincoln Heights 2530 Workman St. 90031-2322 323-226-1692 Northeast Lincoln Heights 03 Pío Pico-Koreatown (피오 피코 코리아타운 도서관) 694 S. Oxford Ave. 90005-2872 213-368-7647 Hollywood Koreatown 04 Vernon 4504 S. Central Ave. 90011-3632 323-234-9106 Central Southern South Central 05 Arroyo Seco 6145 N. Figueroa St. 90042-3565 323-255-0537 Northeast Highland Park/Garvanza Regional Branch 06 Exposition Park 3900 S. Western Ave. 90062-1111 323-290-3113 Central Southern Exposition Park Regional Branch 07 Junipero Serra 4607 S. Main St. 90037-2735 323-234-1685 Central Southern South Park 08 Echo Park 1410 W. Temple St. 90026-5605 213-250-7808 Northeast Echo Park 09 San Pedro 931 S. Gaffey St. 90731-3606 310-548-7779 Central Southern San Pedro Regional Branch 10 Wilmington 1300 N. Avalon Blvd. 90744-2639 310-834-1082 Central Southern Wilmington 11 Goldwyn Hollywood 1623 N. Ivar Ave. 90028-6304 323-856-8260 Hollywood Hollywood Regional Branch 12 John C. Fremont 6121 Melrose Ave. 90038-3501 323-962-3521 Hollywood Hancock Park 13 Westchester-Loyola Village 7114 W. Manchester Ave. 90045-3509 310-348-1096 Western Westchester 14 Vermont Square 1201 W. 48th St. 90037-2838 323-290-7405 Central Southern Vermont Square 15 Pacific Palisades 861 Alma Real Dr. 90272-3730 310-459-2754 Western Pacific Palisades 16 Donald Bruce Kaufman Brentwood 11820 San Vicente Blvd. 90049-5002 310-575-8273 Western Brentwood 17 Jefferson-Vassie D. Wright 2211 W. Jefferson Blvd. 90018-3741 323-734-8573 Central Southern Jefferson Park 18 Malabar 2801 Wabash Ave. 90033-2604 323-263-1497 Northeast Boyle Heights 19 Robert Louis Stevenson 803 Spence St. 90023-1727 323-268-4710 Northeast Boyle Heights 20 Cahuenga 4591 Santa Monica Blvd. 90029-1937 323-664-6418 Hollywood East Hollywood 21 El Sereno 5226 S. Huntington Dr. 90032-1704 323-225-9201 Northeast El Sereno 22 Palms-Rancho Park 2920 Overland Ave. 90064-4220 323-840-2142 Western Palms & Rancho Park 23 Van Nuys 6250 Sylmar Ave. 91401-2707 818-756-8453 East Valley Van Nuys 24 Canoga Park 20939 Sherman Way 91303-1744 818-887-0320 West Valley Canoga Park 25 Studio City 12511 Moorpark St. 91604-1372 818-755-7873 East Valley Studio City 26 Angeles Mesa 2700 W. 52nd St. 90043-1953 323-292-4328 Central Southern Hyde Park/Leimert Park 27 West Los Angeles 11360 Santa Monica Blvd. 90025-3152 310-575-8323 Western West Los Angeles Regional Branch 28 Cypress Park 1150 Cypress Ave. 90065-1144 323-224-0039 Northeast Cypress Park 29 Wilshire 149 N. St. Andrews Pl. 90004-4019 323-957-4550 Hollywood Mid-Wilshire 30 Ascot 120 W. Florence Ave. 90003-1805 323-759-4817 Central Southern Florence 31 Will & Ariel Durant 7140 W. Sunset Blvd. 90046-4416 323-876-2741 Hollywood Hollywood 32 Eagle Rock 5027 Caspar Ave. 90041-1901 323-258-8078 Northeast Eagle Rock 33 Hyde Park-Miriam Matthews 2205 W. Florence Ave. 90043-5101 323-750-7241 Western Hyde Park 34 John Muir 1005 W. 64th St. 90044-3605 323-789-4800 Central Southern Vermont-Slauson 35 Sunland-Tujunga 7771 Foothill Blvd. 91042-2137 818-352-4481 East Valley Sunland & Tujunga 36 Los Feliz 1874 Hillhurst Ave. 90027-4427 323-913-4710 Hollywood Los Feliz 37 North Hollywood Amelia Earhart 5211 Tujunga Ave. 91601-3119 818-766-7185 East Valley North Hollywood Regional Branch 38 Mar Vista 12006 Venice Blvd. 90066-3810 310-390-3454 Western Mar Vista 39 Panorama City 14345 Roscoe Blvd. 91402-4222 818-894-4071 East Valley Panorama City 40 Venice-Abbot Kinney 501 S. Venice Blvd. 90291-4201 310-821-1769 Western Venice 41 Washington Irving 4117 W. Washington Blvd. 90018-1053 323-734-6303 Hollywood Arlington Heights/Mid-City 42 Robertson Branch Library 1719 S. Robertson Blvd. 90035-4315 310-840-2147 Western Beverlywood/Cheviot Hills/Pico-Robertson Closed Saturday and open Sunday due to widespread observation of Shabbat in this neighborhood 43 Alma Reaves Woods-Watts 10205 Compton Ave. 90002-2804 323-789-2850 Central Southern Watts 44 Atwater Village 3379 Glendale Blvd. 90039-1825 323-664-1353 Hollywood Atwater Village 45 Mark Twain 9621 S. Figueroa St. 90003-3928 323-755-4088 Central Southern Vermont Vista 46 Baldwin Hills 2906 S. La Brea Ave. 90016-3902 323-733-1196 Western Baldwin Hills 47 Encino-Tarzana 18231 Ventura Blvd. 91356-3630 818-343-1983 West Valley Encino & Tarzana 48 Felipe de Neve 2820 W. 6th St. 90057-3114 213-384-7676 Hollywood Westlake 49 Memorial 4625 W. Olympic 90019-1832 323-938-2732 Hollywood Country Club Park 50 West Valley 19036 Vanowen St. 91335-5114 818-345-9806 West Valley Reseda Regional Branch 51 Sherman Oaks 14245 Moorpark St. 91423-2722 818-205-9716 East Valley Sherman Oaks 52 Sun Valley 7935 Vineland Ave. 91352-4477 818-764-1338 East Valley Sun Valley 53 Pacoima 13605 Van Nuys Blvd. 91331-3613 818-899-5203 East Valley Pacoima 54 Sylmar 14561 Polk St. 91342-4055 818-367-6102 East Valley Sylmar 55 Playa Vista 6400 Playa Vista Dr. 90094-2168 310-437-6680 Western Playa Vista 56 Granada Hills 10640 Petit Ave. 91344-6452 818-368-5687 West Valley Granada Hills 57 Valley Plaza 12311 Vanowen St. 91605-5624 818-765-9251 East Valley Valley Glen/North Hollywood Formerly known as Vanowen Park Branch 58 Woodland Hills 22200 Ventura Blvd. 91364-1517 818-226-0017 West Valley Woodland Hills 59 Northridge 9051 Darby Ave. 91325-2743 818-886-3640 West Valley Northridge 60 Chatsworth 21052 Devonshire St. 91311-2314 818-341-4276 West Valley Chatsworth 61 Fairfax 161 S. Gardner St. 90036-2717 323-936-6191 Hollywood Fairfax 62 Lake View Terrace 12002 Osborne St. 91342-7221 818-890-7404 East Valley Lake View Terrace 63 Chinatown 639 N. Hill St. 90012-2317 213-620-0925 Northeast Chinatown 64 Little Tokyo 203 S. Los Angeles St. 90012-3704 213-612-0525 Northeast Little Tokyo 65 Platt 23600 Victory Blvd. 91367-1349 818-340-9386 West Valley West Hills 66 Mid-Valley Regional 16244 Nordhoff St. 91343-3806 818-895-3650 West Valley North Hills Regional Branch 67 Porter Ranch 11371 Tampa Ave. 91326-1729 818-360-5706 West Valley Porter Ranch 68 Harbor City-Harbor Gateway 24000 S. Western Ave. 90710-1741 310-534-9520 Central Southern Harbor City & Harbor Gateway 69 Edendale 2011 W. Sunset Blvd. 90026-3122 213-207-3000 Northeast Echo Park 70 Pico-Union 1030 S. Alvarado St. 90006-3712 213-368-7545 Hollywood Pico-Union 71 Westwood 1246 Glendon Ave. 90024-4914 310-474-1739 Western Westwood 72 Silver Lake 2411 Glendale Blvd. 90039-3217 323-913-7451 Northeast Silver Lake  

See also[edit] Los Angeles portal List of Registered Historic Places in Los Angeles Samuel Bradford Caswell (1828–1898), one of the first trustees of the first Los Angeles public library, owned property where the Central Branch was built Donald D. Lorenzen, City Council member who supported renovation of library Althea Warren, head librarian, 1943-1947

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