As preparations continue for the 9th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, held this Saturday, October 25, in Doheny Memorial Library, several library spaces will be temporarily closed. The Los Angeles Times Reference Room and Peridocials Reading Room will both be closed Thursday through Saturday. In addition, the Intellectual Commons (room 233) and the Friends Lecture Hall (room 240) will be closed on Saturday itself. While these temporary closures are in effect, please use other library study spaces, including the Academy for Polymathic Study (room 241) and the nearby VKC Library. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you can celebrate Southern California's diverse history with us at Saturday's bazaar.
Los Angeles Archives Bazaar
An article in the November 2013 issue of The Public Historian profiles the Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, an annual event hosted by the USC Libraries and organized by L.A. as Subject. Part of a special issue devoted to representations of Los Angeles history, the article explains the purpose of the bazaar and recounts how the event is produced each year. Keep reading to learn more about the article, titled "Report from the Field: The Los Angeles Archives Bazaar," or download a PDF copy from JSTOR.
USC's Doheny Memorial Library hosts the 8th-Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on Saturday, October 12, 2013. As in past years, more than 80 libraries, museums, archives, private collectors, and other L.A. as Subject members are expected to participate, exhibiting rare materials from their collections. The event, organized by L.A. as Subject and presented by the USC Libraries, will run from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. For details and programming highlights, please visit the L.A. as Subject website or download this PDF poster.
USC's Doheny Memorial Library hosted the 7th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar this past Saturday, October 27. LAist and The Modern Hiker both covered the daylong celebration of Los Angeles history. Ethnomusicology Review, The Daily Mirror, and Metro's The Source blog also featured the bazaar. Keep reading to learn more about the blogs' coverage of the event.
USC's Doheny Memorial Library will host the 7th-Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on Saturday, October 27, 2012. As in past years, more than 70 libraries, museums, archives, private collectors, and other L.A. as Subject members are expected to participate, exhibiting rare materials from their collections. The event, organized by L.A. as Subject and presented by the USC Libraries, will run from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Programming details will be announced later.
Twitter Tuesday is a weekly feature that looks back at the USC Libraries' conversations in the Twitterverse. You can follow the USC Libraries on Twitter at twitter.com/USCLibraries. This week's edition of Twitter Tuesday highlights just some of the tweets from the 6th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, held on October 22 in Doheny Memorial Library.
The 5th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar, held this past Saturday at Doheny Memorial Library, was recently featured in several blogs by bazaar exhibitors, including the Glendale Public Library and the Southern California Genealogical Society. Keep reading to learn more.
Larry Harnisch of the Los Angeles Times today featured the 5th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on the Times' The Daily Mirror blog. Harnisch, a veteran news reporter and copy editor, was a member of a panel that discussed the history of Southern California's newspaper industry. In his post, Harnisch describes the panel's conversation and elaborates on the importance of digital newspaper databases like ProQuest.
Doheny Memorial Library hosted the 5th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar this past Saturday, October 23. Read this article on the new L.A. as Subject website to learn all about the daylong event that celebrates the diversity of Southern California history.
On Saturday, October 23, the USC Libraries hosted the 5th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar. The event, presented by L.A. as Subject, celebates the diversity of Southern California history. Keep reading for a slideshow of photos from the daylong event held inside Doheny Memorial Library.