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Plans to build the current Church History Library were announced in April 2005; four years later, on June 20, 2009, the library was dedicated by then Church President Thomas S. Monson. The entire collection from the Church Office Building was then carefully moved to the newer facility, where it continues to grow.How do I request an appointment for the Church History Library?
The Church History Library is open to the public, and materials from the library’s collection are accessible in the library’s reading room on an appointment basis during the following hours: To request a reading room appointment, please contact us via our online Ask Us service at least a week in advance.Where is the temple library located?
Located on the northeast corner of North Temple and Main Street, it is a state-of-the-art facility designed to collect and preserve materials about the Church, its history, and its members. For years, many of the library’s materials were kept in the Church Office Building’s east wing.What is the Los Angeles FamilySearch Library?
The Los Angeles FamilySearch Library or LAFSL was established in 1964 to service the needs of the then 6.4 million citizens of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Non members are welcome and there is no charge for facility use.