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2021 Libraries

ELLA STRONG DENISON LIBRARY
Scripps College
1090 Columbia Ave., Claremont
(909) 607-3941 scrippscollege.edu/denison/
Denison Library collects books, journals and other material in the fine arts and interdisciplinary humanities. Denison offers unique research opportunities using original and special materials to students as well as to the wider scholarly community.

HONNOLD/MUDD LIBRARY
800 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont
621-8150 • library.claremont.edu
Collections in the social sciences, humanities and Asian studies and an extensive United States government depository. Archives of the Claremont Colleges and local and regional history collections.

HELEN RENWICK CLAREMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY
208 N Harvard Ave., Claremont
621-4902
colapublib.org/libs/claremont/
Library Manager: Amy Crow
The Claremont Library is part of the County of Los Angeles Library System. The 22,921 square foot facility has a meeting room with a capacity of 67 people, space for children and teens; a study room, book drop and a household battery recycling site. Resources include books, magazines, DVDs, microfilm readers, computers, free Wi-Fi, photocopier, Spanish and Chinese language books, large-print materials and downloadable eBooks and music. Children’s programs are ongoing. Driver’s license and proof of current address are necessary for a library card. Children may obtain a library card with parental permission.

FRIENDS OF THE CLAREMONT LIBRARY
208 N. Harvard Ave., Claremont
621-4902 • lacountylibrary.org/
claremont-library/
colapublib.org/libs/claremont
To promote awareness of the Claremont Public Library within the community. Activities supporting the library including volunteering, sponsoring programs, providing refreshments at library events, holding special book sales and ongoing book sales during regular library hours.

UPLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY
450 N. Euclid Ave., Upland 91786
909-931-4200 • www.uplandca.gov/library
Hours: Tue, Fri, Sat, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.;
Wed, Thurs, 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Resources include a robust collection of books, DVDs, downloadable eBooks, large print materials and music. Children, teen and adult programs and activities are on going. ID and proof of current address are necessary for a library card. Children may obtain a library card with parental permission.

 

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