Center for the Arts Eagle Rock facts for kids
Eagle Rock Branch Library
Center for the Arts Eagle Rock
|Location||2225 Colorado Blvd, Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA|
|Architect||Henry C. Newton; Robert D. Murray|
|Architectural style||Mission Revival-Spanish Colonial Revival|
|MPS||Los Angeles Branch Library System TR|
|NRHP reference No.||87001004|
Quick facts for kidsSignificant dates
|Added to NRHP||May 19, 1987|
Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, formerly known as the Eagle Rock Branch Library and the Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center, is a historic Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style building in Eagle Rock, in north-central Los Angeles County, California.
The building was built in 1915 as a Carnegie library, named the Eagle Rock Carnegie Library. It was rebuilt in 1927, and then became the Eagle Rock Branch Library in the Los Angeles Public Library system. The library was closed in 1981 when a larger accessible facility opened.
In 1997 the Cultural Affairs Department established The Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center (ERCCC) to provide cultural events to the community. The Eagle Rock Community Cultural Association soon began doing business as Center for the Arts Eagle Rock (CFAER), located at the corner of Colorado Boulevard and Rockland, one block west of Eagle Rock Boulevard, in the Eagle Rock district of Los Angeles.
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