Fourth Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar

Bicycling on Western Ave from the LAPL archives. Western Ave used to mark the Western edge of the city. Eastern Ave is on the Eastside and runs through City Terrace.

This Saturday is the annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar where you can discover and explore halls full of Los Angeles history resources. Representatives from local libraries, colleges and other archival places will be there to answer questions and share information. You can also pick up nifty postcards like this one from the City of Los Angeles Publishing Services Division. Film screenings, speakers and lectures will also keep you entertained and busy, so make a day of it!

The 4th Annual L.A. Archives Bazaar, October 17, 2009

Southern California history comes alive in exhibits by local historical collections and archives at the 4th-annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on October 17, 2009. Browse rare collections, consult with experts, and learn about the hidden stories of L.A. diverse neighborhoods and communities.

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, October 17, 2009
USC Davidson Conference Center
Free admission

More information here.
Last year’s post on the event.
Los Angeles Times article can be read here.


3 thoughts on “Fourth Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar

  1. Awesome picture! What year?

    Shows that Western—like Eastern, i’m sure—belonged to bicyclists way before motorists!!

  2. There’s no date on the card but it looks to be pre-1900. It’s so hard to imagine much of Los Angeles looked like this not that long ago.

  3. These fires keep happening and Los Angeles is going to look like that again in a couple of years.

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