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Sunkist Library 150 150 LA County Library

Sunkist Library

The original Sunkist-La Puente Library was dedicated and opened on Monday, March 28, 1960 to become the second library in the City of La Puente. This storefront library was located at 13913 Elliot Avenue in the Sunkist Shopping Center. The library was dedicated by Supervisor Frank Bonelli. The library remained in that location for 18…

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A C Bilbrew Library 150 150 LA County Library

A C Bilbrew Library

Located in a shopping center from 1964 to 1974, the North Enterprise Branch became the A C Bilbrew Library with the opening of the present building on November 2, 1974. Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn was instrumental in the library obtaining funding through a Model Neighborhood Development Program to build a 21,000 square foot…

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Woodcrest Library 150 150 LA County Library

Woodcrest Library

The library was founded in 1913 and housed in the Woodcrest School. It moved to various locations in the community until the present location was opened in 1967.

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Wiseburn Library 150 150 LA County Library

Wiseburn Library

Initially, the Wiseburn Coordinating Council, formed in 1952, was instrumental in securing the services of the Los Angeles County Mobile Library for 2 years. They later petitioned Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn and County Librarian John Henderson for the establishment of a permanent Wiseburn Library in the Del Aire area. A small County Library…

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Willowbrook Library 150 150 LA County Library

Willowbrook Library

Willowbrook Library occupies a very special place in the history of the County of Los Angeles Public Library. The Los Angeles County Free Library, as it was then called, was founded September 5, 1912. On Christmas Eve Day, 1912, the County Librarian received a petition from the residents of the Willowbrook Community, requesting that Willowbrook…

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Westlake Village Library 150 150 LA County Library

Westlake Village Library

The first Westlake Village Daniel K. Ludwig Library was dedicated on March 27, 1993. The library operates under a joint agreement between the City of Westlake Village and the County of Los Angeles Public Library. The library was named after Westlake Village developer and visionary, Daniel K. Ludwig. The library moved to a brand new…

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West Hollywood Library 150 150 LA County Library

West Hollywood Library

West Hollywood Library began service to the area (then unincorporated ) in 1913. The library was previously located at Sherman School, a cottage on Clark Street, a building on Westbourne Drive, and a building near the present site. The Library has an active Friends of the Library group. The new library was dedicated October 1,…

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Walnut Library 150 150 LA County Library

Walnut Library

Walnut Library was founded in March 1916 in the original Walnut Elementary School. It was maintained there until 1964 when bookmobile service was initiated to better serve the area. When the Walnut population increased, a 3,250 square foot rental storefront at 134 N. Pierre Street was opened in 1970. The library has been at the…

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View Park Bebe Moore Campbell Library 150 150 LA County Library

View Park Bebe Moore Campbell Library

View Park Bebe Moore Campbell Library serves the residents of View Park-Windsor Hills, an unincorporated area west of the City of Los Angeles, north of the City of Inglewood, and southeast of Culver City. View Park Library was founded in 1940 and was housed in a leased facility located at 5400 S. Harcourt Avenue. The…

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Topanga Library 150 150 LA County Library

Topanga Library

The Topanga Library opened on January 21, 2012. As Al Martinez stated in his inaugural speech, “This isn’t just an impressive edifice of stone and steel. It’s a house of knowledge and imagination, a trip to new worlds, a journey to the mystical land of tomorrow.” The state-of-the-art library is a LEED-certified green building with…

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