As the United States's second largest public library, the LA Law Library provides access to legal materials and legal…More information to government officials, the legal and business communities and the general public; it has been operating since the early 1900s. In addition to the general collection of legal materials, Internet access and PC stations, four photocopy machines are also available for card holders.
The library also has collections in courthouses in Norwalk, Long Beach, Torrance, Pomona and Santa Monica. Additionally, it is partnered with four other public libraries: Los Angeles Public Library, Van Nuys Branch, Lancaster Regional Library, Compton Library and Pasadena Public Library.
The City of Los Angeles Public Libraries 630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA90071 The City of Los Angeles Public Libraries has over 50 different branches serving the Greater Los Angeles Region. It is a…More free public library, however, membership is required and proof of address is needed for membership. The libraries are equipped with computer systems, online resources, as well as a big selection of traditional paper and hardcover books. The libraries also hold numerous events and program throughout the year.
Los Feliz Library 1874 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA90027 Los Feliz Library is a part of the Los Angeles Public Library system. This branch features a meeting room available to…More rent, free wifi and desktop computers. Special programs for teens and children are also available here.
Edendale Library 2011 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Edendale Library is a branch of the Los Angeles Public Library system, providing patrons in the Los Angeles area with a…More broad catalog, internet databases and free public wireless internet access. The library hosts events regularly. These events can include used book sales, live readings, music, short film screenings, workshops, infant and toddler storytime and even stage magic. Access to the library's network includes more than 100 subscription databases, a historic document and photo collection and special websites for children, teens and Spanish-speaking individuals.
Housed in a mustard yellow and green building on Sunset Boulevard, the Edendale Branch Library is a neighborhood hub…More complete with large bilingual children's section, computer workstations with free Internet access and expansive movie and music collections.
The library offers many classess and events, including the popular Infant & Toddler Storytime featuring nursery rhymes, songs, finger plays and books with the childrens librarian on Wednesdays at 10 am. Then at 2 pm, the Edendale Library Friends Society hosts its weekly used book sale.
Atwater Village Library 3379 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90039 Atwater Village Library offers fiction, nonfiction and academic titles. It additionally hosts various events and…More programming throughout the years, such as an adult book club, a children's magic show, storytime, computer classes and more.
Located on Temple Street, the Echo Park Branch Library is one of two libraries in the neighborhood. In the early…More 1900s, the Echo Park Branch Library was established as a depository for discarded books in the old Echo Park playground clubhouse. Over the years, it occupied several different spaces, including buildings on Temple Street, Glendale Bouleavard and Laveta Terrace before returning to Temple Street in the mid 1990s.
The 17,543 square-foot facility has a multi-purpose room, a bookstore, two reading areas and a gallery wall to showcase work by local artists.
The interior doorway of the library features Alejandro de la Loza's sandstone and bronze relief, which depicts the cultural diversity of the city.