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Formerly known as the Los Angeles Family History Center

Los Angeles
FamilySearch Library
Richard McBride, Director
10741 Santa Monica Blvd,
Los Angeles, California 90025




Mon, Fri, Sat:    9:00am – 5:00pm

Tue, Wed, Thu: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Information about FamilySearch Library

Contact Information

Hours & Holiday Schedule

One-day Intensive class on Family Tree

Beginning 3-day Intensive Family History/Genealogy Training Course

Advanced Three-Day Intensive Family History Course

Gathering the Information You Need for Temple Work

Finding Ancestral Names for Temple Work|and Information About Them

Family Tree Sources, Photos Stories, & Documents

Introduction to Genealogy

Researching Roots in Mexico

African American Research



Advanced Three-day Intensive Family History Course Oct 18, 19, 20 - Three Day Intensive Training

About the Los Angeles Family History Library (LAFHL)

After a two year renovation and addition, the Los Angeles Family History Library reopened 25 October 2010. Changes include 108 research computers, two training rooms and a conference room. Two of the new rooms have teleconferencing capabilities.

The library has 6,000 books, 60,000 microfilms plus 72,000 microfiches. The church now has an online order process ( you can use anywhere there is an internet outlet for the microfilm/microfiche not in our inventory.

Family history research training is provided to help patrons in their personal searching efforts. Free parking is provided.


Film/Fiche holdings by number

Search for books or other documents

Family History Library Catalog

Affiliated Genealogical Societies Pages on this Website

Latin American Microfilms at the LAFHL

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