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Culver City Julian Dixon Library (CLOSED)
Mayme A. Clayton Museum
Laura Frakes, Library Manager
The Culver City Julian Dixon Library closed effective January 5, 2015 for a library renovation. Visit the Express Library to pick up and return materials at the Mayme A. Clayton Museum:
A 24-hour bookdrop is available at the temporary location to return library materials.
The library is scheduled to reopen in early 2016. Funding provided by Los Angeles County Supervisor for the Second District Mark Ridley-Thomas and the Culver City Friends of the Library.
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Culver City Julian Dixon Library (CLOSED) has:
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friends of the library
Friends of the Culver City Library is a volunteer-run organization that supports the library and library events - join today to get involved!
Friends of the Culver City Library provides these service(s) to support the library:
Culver City Library was established April 1, 1915 in the new Pacific Electric Railroad Depot. The library moved to various locations throughout the city as it grew in size over the years. The library has been in its present location since 1970. The Japanese Garden in front of the library was a gift from Kaizuka, Japan, a sister city of the city of Culver City in 1974.
In January 2001, the Culver City Library was renamed the Culver City Julian Dixon Library by the Board of Supervisors in recognition of Julian Dixon, the representative for the 32nd United States Congressional District. The Honorable Julian Dixon, who passed away on December 8, 2000, spent many of his years in public service working closely with educational institutions and libraries that positively impact the lives of children.
The Library has an active Friends of the Library group .
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