The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society designated the Wilshire Branch as a Historic Landmark - 1999 Historic Landmark Award #66. The collection highlights Korean and Spanish Films and contains a good selection of other foreign language films. Refer to the branch history section for more information concerning the library’s unique history.
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Students (grades 1 to 12) may sign in to use the provided tables, supplies, computers and resources to work on school related activities. Printing is free for homework assignments. Students may bring their own laptops or portable devices to use in the Student
What We Are Reading
Anja Niemi in character
Today We Go Home
Kelli Estes tells parallel stories separated by 150 years: one of a woman’s struggle to get into the US Army to fight in the Civil War, t
Haunting of tram car 015
Mexican American baseball on the Westside of Los Angeles
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek
Kim Michelle Richardson tells two stories that have, until now, been overlooked in most fiction and history: the story of the blue people
Feels Like Home: Reflections on Central Library
The Ruby Slippers of Oz: Thirty Years Later
In 1989, journalist and documentary filmmaker Rhys Thomas told the fascinating, and mostly unknown history of the world’s most famous sho
The Lost History of Dreams: A Novel
When a famous, and some would claim infamous, poet dies, his final request is to be laid to rest next to his wife in a chapel of stained
Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients Into Foods & Remedies That Heal