Jan. 10, 2002
On to the Los Angeles Central Library
The Los Angeles Central Library is an impressive facility. It combines cutting-edge information technology with a university- quality collection of books and other printed materials. Add a number of specialized library services and you have one of the finest public libraries anywhere. Here are some MC101s doing their in-library field trip assignment.
In addition to everything else, the L.A. Public Library is a repository of public art. In any event, this library is much more than simply a big building that houses a collection of books.
Once inside the library, MC101 students roved all over to do their assignment.

Most of the MC101s seemed to gravitate toward the new Tom Bradley Wing of the library.

At the end of the day we reassembled in the library's garden area to check over the assignments and to bring an end to the day's field trips.

Al Vartan was clearly pleased by the $1 steering wheel cover that he purchased at the Grand Central Market.

Others, clearly, had had enough.

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