Suzanne Im

Los Angeles Public Library

Digitization and special collections librarian at the Los Angeles Public Library.

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Through photographs, journal entries, social media posts, and letters, LAPL's COVID-19 Community Archive seeks to help tell the story, and eventually the history, of this time.

How will history remember COVID-19? Browse and contribute to LA Public Library’s archive

Through photographs, journal entries, social media posts, and letters, LAPL's COVID-19 Community Archive seeks to help tell the story, and eventually the history, of this time.

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The LA Public Library wants anything people have created during the pandemic, from journal entries to neighborhood signs.

LA Public Library is creating a coronavirus time capsule

The LA Public Library wants anything people have created during the pandemic, from journal entries to neighborhood signs.

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