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Underground Newspaper Microfilm Collection
History Department, March 31, 2014

The Underground Newspaper Collection (or Underground Press Collection) is a compilation of alternative/underground newspapers, magazines, newsletters and bulletins (1963-1985) reprinted on microfilm by the Underground Press Syndicate (UPS), later known as the Alternative Press S


Replica of Boat
Deborah Savage, January 21, 2014

The archeaologist Howard Carter toiled in Egypt for three decades with little success. Under the sponsorship of Lord Carnarvon, he spent seven years searching the Valley of the Kings for the tomb of the young pharaoh Tutankhamen. Yet by November of 1922, Carter's luck was running out.


Dignitaries unveiled the John F. Kennedy plaque on the floor of the L.A. Coliseum
Cindy McNaughton, November 19, 2013

I know exactly where I was the afternoon of Friday, November 22, 1963.  I imagine most Americans 55 or older today remember where they were that day.  At 12.30 p.m. Central Standard Time, John F.


The picture of Rotunda of Los Angeles Central Public Library - Upper Level 2
Glen Creason, October 17, 2013

While new technology points toward every reference resource being digitized and on your hand-held something there are library beauties that can only be savored in person, in your actual hand kind of experiences.


South Pole Station
History Department, September 03, 2013

As the heat of Summer slowly cools down to a simmer, those yearning for cooler climates might want to take a dip in one of the coolest sections of Central Library. Down in the History Department is where you will find the the very end of the Dewey Decimal range of call numbers.


Mansion
Olivian Cha, July 30, 2013

Alternately titled, "How to Research Murder, Crime and Scandal at the Los Angeles Central Library!"


Ernest Hemingway Poses with Water Buffalo
Deborah Savage, June 26, 2013

Literary giants like Ernest Hemingway and Charles Dickens usually reside
upstairs in the Literature and Fiction Department. However, many notable
novelists have written travelogues documenting a particular country at a


John Kennedy Shaking Hands in Crowd
Christina Rice, May 28, 2013

In the early 1960s, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert Kennedy symbolized hope, change, and the dawn of a new era for a country that was caught in the clutches of Cold War fear, and in many cases, clinging to certain outdated social attitudes.


Photo of Two Large Dogs
Cindy McNaughton, April 18, 2013

Taking Bailey on the family vacation this summer or going hiking next weekend with Mr. Bear?  The History Department has the guidebooks you're looking for!  Have a bet on which presidents had a pup in the White House?


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