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.
Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
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
Eight Perfect Murders: A Novel
The owner of a Boston bookshop specializing in mysteries posts a list of books on the store’s blog.
The widow Clicquot : the story of a champagne empire and the woman who ruled it
Priya Sharma tells the story of a gentle young man’s journey to adulthood in a brutal world not of his choosing.
The American story : conversations with master historians
The Secret Life of Sam Holloway
Sam Holloway is a nice guy. He has a stable, but a not terribly exciting, job with an electronic parts distributor.
Anthony Bourdain remembered.
Mighty justice : my life in civil rights
Dreamers and schemers : how an improbable bid for the 1932 Olympics transformed Los Angeles from dusty outpost to global metropolis