The Los Feliz Improvement Association (LFIA) is hosting its annual Photo Day Saturday Nov. 17, from 2-5 p.m. to collect old family and scenic photographs taken in the Los Feliz community prior to the 1970s. The event will take place at the Los Feliz Library, 1874 Hillhurst Ave. Residents can donate their old photos or have copies made on site at no charge. Refreshments will be served. The event is being sponsored by LFIA’s History Committeee in cooperation with the Los Feliz Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library.
“LFIA’s Archival Photos Project is an on-going campaign to collect old photos taken in the community so we can preserve our rich history,” said LFIA’s History Committee co-chair Norman Mennes, adding that “We’re looking for snapshots that reflect activities and events in Los Feliz from the early 1900s to the 1970s.”
The Photo Day is free and open to the public. Parking at the library is limited, but there is also street parking. For questions or for more information, call the LFIA at (323) 660-1914 or email email@example.com.