Redwood City Public Library Local Resources We hope that Redwood City Pages inspires you to want to learn more about the history and culture of Redwood City, as well as the art techniques in- volved in the creation of the installation. Follow- ing are a few examples of call numbers, in both the adult and children’s collections, where more information may be found. If you’re interested in learning more about any specific subjects not listed, be sure to ask a Library staff member for assistance. Find items in our Collection by call number, in both adult and children’s collections.  Redwood City history—visit the local history room on the mezzanine  Redwood City: A Hometown History— NONFICTION, 979.469 REDWOOD  Día de Los Muertos — NONFICTION 394.264  Papermaking — NONFICTION 676.22  Photography — NONFICTION 770  Ohlone Tribe — NONFICTION 970.3