A research trip to Los Angeles Public Library is planned for September 19. This is the largest genealogy library in Southern California as it covers one floor (L-4) of the library. Plus, there are a large number of books that are in the back and can be requested.
Julie Hoffman, a genealogist/librarian will be working that day, and can guide you and answer questions.
We will meet at the Camarillo train station leaving on A770 at 8:10. (round trip ticket for seniors is $12) I will recheck train schedules next week to make sure there are no changes, and send a confirmation email. We return home around 6 p.m.
Email me if you want to be included. It is a fun trip. It is an hour train ride where we can talk about our favorite subject! 🙂
Join us for a research trip to the Southern California Genealogical Society library on November 9. This will be a car trip, so drivers are needed to carpool. The library is located at 411 Irving Drive in Burbank.
We will meet in the parking lot of the Camarillo library. If we can be on the road by 9 a.m. we will arrive just about when the library opens at 10. Bring a sack lunch or eat at the nearby Subway restaurant.
Contact Beulah O’Neal (email@example.com) to let her know you are coming, or for more information.