Helen Hunt Jackson Branch is a former branch library of the Los Angeles Public Library. The Spanish Colonial Revival building was built in 1926 based on a design by architect C.E. Noerenberg. The branch was named for 19th Century American author Helen Hunt Jackson whose popular novel Ramona told the story of a romance between a mixed-Race girl and an American Indian during the days of the California missions. The branch has ceased operating as a library and has been converted into a church building.
As of May 2008, the building was used as a church operated by the "Asamblea Apostolica de la Fe in Cristo Jesus," as shown in the photograph above.