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Coming Attractions – Genealogy Research at the L.A. Public Library


Photo: Los Angeles Public Library Credit: Carolyn Kellogg/Los Angeles Times 
While we are discussing family research in Bullet of Mystery, the Los Angeles Public Library will present a program on getting started in genealogical research. The free presentation will be from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 21, 2011.

Folks should gather at the reference desk in the History & Genealogy Department on Lower Level 4.  No reservations are necessary for groups of six or less. Larger groups should schedule an appointment at (213) 228-7400.

As we say at the Daily Mirror: Any day we can do research is a good day.

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I totally agree. The History and Genealogy department has a boatload of material and books to use in research, from old ph0ne and city directories, microfilm of census, old vintage magazines on microfilm, etc. Great place to get started on doing any type of research.


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