Record Series 532 contains a scrapbook documenting Lawrence Campbell's (UCLA 1936) involvement with card stunts at UCLA.
Lawrence (Larry) Campbell (UCLA 1936) studied art at UCLA. In 1934, he responded to a call for artists to assist the UCLA
Rally Committee with card stunts. Campbell continued designing card stunts for UCLA after his 1936 graduation, originating
the concept of animated card stunts before being drafted into the United States Army in 1942. The last card stunt Campbell
designed for UCLA was performed at UCLA's first Rose Bowl game in January 1943.
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