Coming Attractions: Los Angeles Archives Bazaar [Updated]

Archives Bazaar

2010 Archives Bazaar

Photo: The 2010 Archives Bazaar at Doheny Memorial Library. Credit: Larry Harnisch/

[Update: This is today! Mary Mallory says she’ll be at the Hollywood Heritage table from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., so if you’re there be sure to say hello!]

The sixth annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar
is coming up Oct. 22 at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library. The bazaar is one of the best ways to discover the array of libraries and archives in Southern California, where researchers need all the help they can get because things are not where you might think. (Example: The early history of USC’s Medical School is at UCLA. Why? That’s a long story.)

The featured speaker is Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne, who will discuss books written about Los Angeles architecture and urbanism from 1927 to 2007.

[Updated schedule]:

9:30–10:45 a.m.

West Coast/West Wing: The Nixon and Reagan Presidential Libraries
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Room 240

Researching L.A. 101
Intellectual Commons, Room 233

11–11:45 a.m.

Special Guest Speaker: Christopher Hawthorne
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Room 240

Noon–1 p.m.

Historypin: Pulling Photography into the Fourth Dimension
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Room 240

Ready for Its Close-Up: L.A. in the Movies
Intellectual Commons, Room 233

1:30–2:30 p.m.

Lalo Guerrero: The Father of Chicano Music
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall Room 240

On the Record: Getting Started with Oral History
Intellectual Commons, Room 233

3–4:30 p.m.

Film Screening: 41st & Central: The Untold Story of the L.A. Black Panthers
Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall, Room 240

Film Screening: Rubén Salazar: Man in the Middle
Intellectual Commons, Room 233

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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