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Photograph Files (Reference Collection) Series 1. 1882-

Scope and Content Note

Photographs depicting: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS], University of California Southern Branch, and the University of California, Los Angeles [UCLA]; includes buildings, events, organizations. For photographs of people affiliated with UCLA, see: Biographical Files (Record Series 745).
 

Ackerman Student Union - exterior.

 

Ackerman Student Union - interior.

 

Aerial views (Westwood campus). 1920s-1990s.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Campus scenes (Westwood).
 

African American Studies, Center for. SEE: Center for African American Studies (CAAS)

 

African Studies Center.

Scope and Content Note

Includes color photographs of the 1989 renaming ceremony: the African Studies Center was renamed the James S. Coleman African Studies Center.
 

Agriculture - Greenhouse.

 

Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC). SEE: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

 

Alpha Chi Omega Sorority.

Additional Note

638 Hilgard Ave.
 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority.

Additional Note

808 Hilgard Ave.
 

Alpha Delta Theta Sorority.

 

Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority.

Additional Note

624 Hilgard Ave.
 

Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority.

Additional Note

894 Hilgard Ave.
 

Alpha Phi Sorority.

Additional Note

714 Hilgard Ave.
 

Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity.

Additional Note

626 Landfair Ave.
 

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority.

 

Alumni Association.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a 1926 image of Fred Moyer Jordan (UCLA 1925), Thelma Gibson (UCLA 1925), and Les Cummins (UCLA 1925) co-founders of the Alumni Association at the UCLA Vermont Ave. campus
 

Alumni Association. Awards ceremony.

 

Alumni Association. Community Service Committee.

 

Anderson Graduate School of Management (AGSM).

Additional Note

Named after John E. Anderson.
 

Anniversary. UCLA 75th. 1994.

Additional Note

75th anniversary of UCLA becoming the Southern Branch of the University of California (1919).
 

Ansel Adams. See: Fiat Lux; the University of California [by] Ansel Adams [photographer] [and] Nancy Newhall. New York, McGraw-Hill, [1967].

 

ANTA National Convention. 1966.

 

Apollo 14 Astronauts - Appearance in Royce Hall. 1971 Mar 30.

 

Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC). SEE: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

 

Art Building.

Additional Note

The Art Building was constructed in 1952 (Hunter & Benedict, architects); building later renamed the Dickson Art Center (c.1957 Spring) and then renamed Perloff Hall. SEE ALSO: Dickson Art Center; Wight (Frederick S.) Art Gallery.
 

Art classes.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of UCLA student art classes: painting, ceramics, fashion illustration.
 

Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA).

 

Athletic Department - Shower and Locker Facility. 1966.

 

Atomic Energy Exhibit. 1951.

 

Atomic Energy Project.

 

Auction. n.d.

 

Badminton - Intramural. n.d.

 

Band.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: Drum Major (Skip Batey), Golden Girl (Diane Stonick), majorettes, and marching formations.

Additional Note

Other names for band: Bruin Marching Band; The Great Bruin Band; The Greater Bruin Band; UCLA Band; UCLA Bruin Marching Band; UCLA Marching Band; Varsity Band; Solid Gold Sound. [source (2005): Gordon Henderson, Marching Band Director]
 

Banister Hall - Exterior. n.d.

 

Baseball Area - Relocation and Tennis Court Construction. 1969.

 

Basketball. Men. 1932; 1947-

Scope and Content Note

Includes: team photographs; images from NCAA playoffs; All American Basketball Team plaque for Richard Linthicum (1932).
 

Basketball. Women. Intramural games.

 

Biomedical Cyclotron Facility.

Scope and Content Note

Includes black/white photographs of architectural renderings.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Cyclotron. Department of Physics; Cyclotron. UC Berkeley campus.
 

Black Women's Speakers Forum.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Davis, Angela (Biographical File. photograph).
 

Board of Regents (University of California).

Additional Note

Includes 1923 February 13 photograph of Regents meeting (Vermont Ave. campus) regarding proposal to add a third year to the [UCLA] College of Letters and Sciences.
 

Boelter Hall. construction.

 

Boelter Hall. exterior.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: UCLA parking lot (1958); Llewellyn M. K. Boelter.

Additional Note

Building named after Llewellyn Michael Kraus Boelter (b.1898-d.1966), founding Dean of the UCLA School of Engineering (appointed 1944).
 

Boelter Hall. interior.

Scope and Content Note

Includes image of Engineering Library (c.1952).
 

Booksellers and Publishers Conference. c. 1960.

 

Botanical Garden greenhouse.

 

Botany Building.

Additional Note

Construction complete in 1959; architect: Paul R. Williams.
 

Boyer Hall.

Additional Note

Constructed in 1976; formerly called: Molecular Biology building to house the Molecular Biology Institute (MBI). Named after Paul D. Boyer, first director of the Molecular Biology Institute.
 

Bradley (Tom) International Center.

 

Brain Research Institute (BRI).

 

Bridge (across Arroyo, Westwood campus).

Additional Note

See also:
 

Bridge. 1947; n.d.

 

Bruin Bear. SEE: Mascot.

 

Bruin Walk.

 

Bunche Hall - Dedication. 1969 May 23.

 

Bunche Hall (Social Sciences) - Exterior. 1961-1971; n.d.

 

Bungalows. SEE: Temporary buildings.

 

Bus stop.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: transit bus stop located on Hilgard Ave. near Murphy Hall.
 

Business Forecast (Graduate School of Management).

Additional Note

Business Forecast later known as the Anderson Forecast.
 

California Newspaper Publishers Seminar. 1966 Jan 14-15.

 

California State Normal School (Los Angeles campus).

Additional Note

SEE: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS] (1881-1918).
 

Campbell Hall (Home Economics) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Campbell Student Book Collection Competition. n.d.

 

Campus - Postcard views.

 

Campus construction (Westwood campus). c.1926-1929.

Scope and Content Note

Includes general views of Westwood campus construction.

Additional Note

See also construction images filed under name of building.
 

Campus plans (Westwood campus).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of UCLA campus master plans, campus development plans, and campus architectural scale models. Master plans by: George W. Kelham, c.1926; George W. Kelham "Preliminary Plan..." for UCLA, 1927 Oct. 15; David C. Allison and Ralph D. Cornell, 1944 Sept. and 1945 May.

Additional Note

For a published version of supervising architect George W. Kelham's master plan for the UCLA campus, see pg. [319] in: Martin, James R. 'The University of California (in Los Angeles),' 1925.
 

Campus scenes (Westwood campus).

Scope and Content Note

General views of Westwood campus and campus life; organized by decade.

Additional Note

see also: Aerial views (Westwood campus); Vermont Ave. campus...
 

Campus scenes. Postcards.

Scope and Content Note

Includes commercially produced color postcards of UCLA's Westwood campus.
 

Campus Services Building - Expansion Step 2. n.d.

 

Campus. aerial views.

Additional Note

See: Aerial views (Westwood campus).
 

Card stunts.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Cheerleaders; Spirit Squad.
 

Center for African American Studies (CAAS).

Scope and Content Note

Includes: visit to Somolia (1979); Emory J. Tolbert (c.1981); various speakers; conferences.
 

Center for the Health Sciences - Exterior. n.d.

 

Center for the Health Sciences - Interior. 1951; n.d.

 

Center for the Study of Women. Dark Madonna Conference. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs taken of conference participants and events; also includes objects from exhibit.
 

Charter Day (9 photos). 1950; 1960; 1963-1967; 1975; n.d.

Additional Note

Charter Day 1964 includes images of: U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson, President Mateos of Mexico, Lady Bird Johnson (wife of LBJ).
 

Cheerleaders.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Card Stunts; Spirit Squad.
 

Chemistry building (Westwood campus).

Additional Note

Chemistry Building (Westwood campus) was constructed in 1929; renamed Haines Hall in 1954 after Charles Grove Haines, UCLA faculty in Political Science. SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. campus. Chemistry Building; Young Hall.
 

Chemistry building and lecture hall. (constructed 1952)

Additional Note

Renamed William Gould Young Hall, July 1970.
 

Chemistry building fire at Vermont Ave. campus 1929 Jan 03.

 

Cherry Memorial Labs. 1967.

 

Chi Alpha Delta (UCLA Sorority).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images donated by Doris Aiso Hoshide (UCLA 1934).

Additional Note

Chi Alpha Delta was organized at UCLA in May 1928 and officially recognized on April 5, 1929.
 

Chi Omega Sorority.

Additional Note

708 Hilgard Ave.
 

Chicano/a Student Rally. 1993 May 30.

Scope and Content Note

Color snapshots of rally.
 

Clark Library [Williams Andrew Clark Memorial Library].

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: Clark Library bindery; picnic party, c.1948;
 

Class of 1926.

 

Class of 1927.

 

Class of 1936.

 

Class of 1937.

 

Class of 1944.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Class of 1944, 1945, 1946 [folder] for images of joint 50th class reunion (1995 October).
 

Class of 1945.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Class of 1944, 1945, 1946 [folder] for images of joint 50th class reunion (1995 October).
 

Class of 1946.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Class of 1944, 1945, 1946 [folder] for images of joint 50th class reunion (1995 October).
 

Classroom scenes.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images inside classrooms with students; organized chronologically.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Students.
 

College Library (Westwood campus). SEE: Powell Library.

 

Comet. 1976.

 

Commencement.

Scope and Content Note

Organized chronologically. Includes: images of UCLA graduation ceremonies held in the Open Air Theater; Leopold Sedar Senghor, President of the Republic of Senegal (1971, Doctor of Humane Letters).
 

Computers.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of computers at UCLA.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Health Sciences Computing Facility; Western Data Processing Center.
 

Conference Center - Lake Arrowhead. 1957.

 

Corporation Yard Building. n.d.

 

Corrine Seeds Elementary School. SEE: University Elementary School (UES).

 

Cyclotron Facility. plans. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Architectural renderings of proposed Biomedical cyclotron facility.
 

Cyclotron. Department of Physics.

Additional Note

Spiral ridge cyclotron constructed by UCLA physics workshop, 1960; funded by U.S. Office of Naval Research and University of California. See also: Biomedical Cyclotron Facility; Cyclotron. UC Berkeley campus.
 

Cyclotron. UC Berkeley campus.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: E. O. Lawrence and UC-Berkeley cycloton (c.1939).

Additional Note

See also: Biomedical Cyclotron Facility; Cyclotron. Department of Physics.
 

Daily Bruin. [UCLA student newspaper]

 

Dance Building (Women's Gym) - Construction. 1932.

Additional Note

Renamed Glorya Kaufman Hall c. 2000.
 

Dance Building.

Additional Note

Formerly built as the Women's Gym; renamed Kaufman (Glorya) Hall c.1996. SEE ALSO: Kaufman (Glorya) Hall; Women's Physical Education Bldg.
 

Dance Department.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Dance. Performances; Vermont Ave. campus. Pageants.
 

Dance. Performances.

Scope and Content Note

Dance performances by UCLA students, sponsored by UCLA academic programs such as: Dance Department; Physical Education for Women; World Arts and Cultures Department. Performances arranged chronologically.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. campus. Pageants.
 

Darling Biomedical Library. see: Library. Biomedical Library.

Additional Note

Also known as: Louise Darling Biomedical Library.
 

Davies Marion - Childrens Clinic. n.d.

 

Deans, Office of the.

Scope and Content Note

Inlcudes 1938 group photographic negative of UCLA Graduate Study Dean Vern O. Knudsen, UCLA Dean of Women Helen M. Laughlin, and UCLA Undergraduate Dean Earl J. Miller.
 

Dedication of Westwood campus. 1930 Mar 27-28.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Founder's Day (1926 October 25); Campbell, William Wallace (Biographical files); Opening ceremony (1929 October 22).
 

Defense Science Seminar. 1965.

Additional Note

Seminar sponsored by: UCLA Chemistry Department (1964-1966), Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) of the U.S. Department of Defense (1964-1965), and U.S. Department of the Navy (1966). See also: McMillan, William G. in the Biography Files (Reference Collection).
 

Delta Delta Delta Sorority.

Additional Note

862 Hilgard Ave.
 

Delta Gamma Sorority.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Ann Sumner (UCLA 1926).

Additional Note

652 Hilgard Ave.
 

Design Department.

 

Development plans (Westwood campus). See: Campus plans (Westwood campus).

 

Dickson Art Center.

Additional Note

Construction completed on the Dickson Art Center in 1965; William L. Pereira & Associates, architect. Also known as Art Unit II. Dickson Art Center remodeled and renamed Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center in 2006. SEE ALSO: Art Building; Wight (Frederick S.) Gallery.
 

Dodd Hall - Renaming. 1974.

 

Dodd Hall (Business Administration) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Doheny Hall - Exterior. n.d.

 

Dormitories - Exterior. n.d.

 

Douglas Hall - Exterior. n.d.

 

Drake Track and Field Stadium.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: architect models and drawings; location shots prior to construction (parking lot, football practice field).

Additional Note

Constructed: 1969; Daniel Dworsky, FAIA & Associates, architect. Also known as: Multi-Purpose Facility; Multi-Purpose Stadium Project; Track and Field Facility.
 

Dykstra Hall. 1958-

Additional Note

Named after Clarence Addison Dykstra; groundbreaking for Dykstra Hall: 1958 March 26.
 

Dykstra Hall. 1958-1962; n.d.

 

Education/Psychology Library. n.d.

 

EHS Radioactive Waste Disposal Area. 1969.

 

Engineering.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of UCLA Engineering field station located in Saugus, California.
 

Engineering/Math Sciences Library - Interior. n.d.

 

Factor Building (School of Nursing) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Faculty Center.

Additional Note

The UCLA Faculty Center opened February 1959; Autsin, Field & Fry, architect. An addition was constructed in 1978. The Faculty Center includes dining rooms, committee rooms, and lounges. Fund raising for the 1959 construction of the Faculty Center was accomplished by the UCLA Faculty Club.
 

Faculty Home Sites - Exterior. n.d.

 

Faculty Women's Club.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Ann Sumner (UCLA 1926); Carmela Speroni (Mrs. Chales Speroni).
 

Fencing. n.d.

 

Fernald School (Psychology Clinic School) - Interior. n.d.

 

Fernald School (Psychology Clinic School) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Fiat Lux; the University of California [by] Ansel Adams [photographer] [and] Nancy Newhall. New York, McGraw-Hill, [1967].

Scope and Content Note

"Fiat Lux..." negatives, including those of UCLA, are held at the UC-Riverside California Museum of Photography [2004 July].

Additional Note

Copyright held by the University of California Regents.
 

Film location - Westwood campus of UCLA.

Scope and Content Note

Images from films using the UCLA Westwood campus as a location.

Additional Note

All American Sweetheart (1937).
 

Fire? n.d.

 

First day of classes (Westwood campus). 1929 September 23.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Opening ceremony (Westwood campus, 1929 October 22); Dedication of Westwood campus (1930 March 27-28).
 

Flagpole.

Additional Note

Flagpole located on Royce Quad.
 

Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture. 1939-1941.

 

Food Service Facility, Court of Sciences (Bombshelter) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Food Service Facility, Medical Center Unit 1 - Alterations Step 2. n.d.

 

Food Stand. n.d.

 

Football.

Scope and Content Note

Incudes action shots of UCLA football games.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. campus. Football.
 

Football. Crowd Scenes.

 

Football. Intramurals.

 

Football. Players.

Scope and Content Note



Kurrasch, Roy

Lang, Walter

Lepisto, Vic

Lescoulie, Jack

McAteer, Tim

Main, Jim

Manning, Don

Mastera, Jim

Millett, James J., Jr.
 

Football. Team photographs.

 

Founder's Day (1926 Oct 25).

Additional Note

Groundbreaking ceremony for the Westwood campus. Founder's Day was originally scheduled for April 16, 1926 but was postponed until October 25. SEE ALSO: Dedication of Westwood campus (1930 March 27-28); Founder's Rock.
 

Founder's Rock - Dedication. 1926 Oct 25.

 

Founder's Rock.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Founder's Day (1926 October 25).
 

Fowler Museum of Cultural History.

Additional Note

Formerly known as: Museum and Laboratories of Ethnic Arts; Museum of Cultural History.
 

Frances Clarke Sayers Lecture.

Additional Note

The annual Frances Clarke Sayers Lecture was established by the UCLA Department of Information Studies. The first Sayres Lecturer was Margaret McElderry (1994).
 

Franz Hall (Psychology) - Addition Step 2. 1966.

 

Franz Hall (Psychology) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Franz Hall (Psychology) - Graduate Research Unit. 1966; n.d.

 

Gamma Phi Beta Sorority.

Additional Note

616 Hilgard Ave.
 

Gayleyville (Veteran's Housing). n.d.

 

Graduation. SEE: Commencement.

 

Greek Theater.

 

Greenhouse. See: Botanical Garden greenhouse.

 

Groundbreaking (Westwood campus). SEE: Founder's Day (1926 October 25)

 

Gymnastics - men/women. n.d.

 

Haines Hall (Chemistry) - Exterior. 1928-1947; n.d.

 

Haines Hall (Chemistry) - Addition. 1934.

 

Haines Hall. Addition. 1934-1935.

Additional Note

Originally named Chemistry Building (1929); renamed Haines Hall (1954).
 

Haines Hall. Construction. 1928-1929.

Additional Note

Originally named Chemistry Building (1929); renamed Haines Hall (1954).
 

Haines Hall. Exterior. 1929-

Additional Note

Originally named Chemistry Building (1929); renamed Haines Hall (1954).
 

Haines Hall. Interior.

Additional Note

Originally named Chemistry Building (1929); renamed Haines Hall (1954).
 

Harbor/UCLA General Hospital - Exterior. 1968.

 

Health Sciences Computing Facility.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Computers; Western Data Processing Center.
 

Hedrick Hall. 1961-1964.

 

Helen Matthewson Club.

Additional Note

Original Helen Matthewson Club building (Westwood campus) was located at 900 Hilgard Ave.
 

Hershey Hall - Addition. 1956.

 

Hershey Hall - Exterior. 1931; n.d.

 

Hershey Hall - Library Addition. 1966.

 

Hilgard Avenue - Realignment. 1964.

 

Hitch, Charles J. - Inauguration as UC President. 1968 May 23.

 

Holmby Hall - Exterior. n.d.

 

Hoover, Louise. (Mrs. Thelner Hoover).

 

Hoover, Thelner.

 

Inaugural Scientific Program. n.d.

 

Information Center - Residence Hall Area. 1966.

 

Insectary Facility. 1968.

 

Institutional Management Laboratory - Interior. n.d.

 

Institutional Management Laboratory - Exterior. n.d.

 

International Festival. n.d.

 

Intramural Sports (see also under specific sport).

 

Inverted Fountain. n.d.

 

Irrigation and Soils Science Laboratory - Interior. n.d.

 

Jackie Robinson Stadium. dedication. 1981 Feb 07

 

Janss Steps.

 

Japanese Gardens. 1969.

 

Journalism, Department of.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photograph (no date) of Bennett Cerf and Joseph A. Brandt at a meeting sponsored by the Dept. of Journalism.
 

Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority.

Additional Note

736 Hilgard Ave.
 

Kappa Delta Sorority.

 

Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority.

Additional Note

744 Hilgard Ave.
 

Kappa Sigma Fraternity.

Additional Note

11024 Strathmore Dr.
 

Kaufman (Glorya) Hall.

Additional Note

See also: Dance Building (Women's Gym); Women's Physical Education Building. Renovation of Dance Building into Kaufman Hall completed Spring 2005.
 

Kelham, George W. architectural plan for the Westwood campus, c.1926. see: Campus Plans (development of Westwood campus)

 

Kerckhoff Hall - dedication. 1931 Jan 20.

 

Kerckhoff Hall - exterior.

 

Kerckhoff Hall - interior.

 

Kinesiology Lab Facilities. 1967.

 

Knudsen Hall (Physics) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Lambda Omega Sorority.

Additional Note

Established at UCLA in 1928; no longer listed as of 1934. Address: 832 Hilgard Ave. (source: 'UCLA Registry' November 1933).
 

Las Donas.

Additional Note

UCLA alumnae support group founded in 1967.
 

Laundry Facility. 1954; n.d.

 

Law School.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Law School Dean L. Dale Coffman (c.1949), Law School Prof. Roscoe Pound (c.1949)
 

Law School. Addition. architectural drawings. 1963.

 

Law School. Addition. construction. 1965-1966.

 

Law School. architectural drawings of building. c.1948.

 

Law School. building - exterior.

 

Law School. building - interior.

 

Law School. construction. c.1949; 1950.

 

Law School. students.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Moot Court (1952; c.1985)
 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Center.

 

Lewis, Jerry - Neuromuscular Research Center. n.d.

 

Library.

Additional Note

The Westwood campus Library opened in September 1929, George W. Kelham, architect. The building was dedicated to Lawrence Clark Powell and renamed Powell Library Building in 1966 November 10. With the construction and opening of the University Research Library in 1964, the library collection remaining in the Powell Library Building was referred to as the College Library.

SEE ALSO: Powell Library; University Research Library; Vermont Ave. Campus. Library.
 

Library. Architectural renderings.

Scope and Content Note

Includes image (photographic negative) of rendering dated 1927 nov 28.
 

Library. Belt Library of Vinciana.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of the Elmer Belt Library when located in the Dickson Art Center.

Additional Note

Also known as the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana.
 

Library. Biomedical Library. exterior.

Additional Note

also known as: Louise Darling Biomedical Library.
 

Library. Biomedical Library. opening of library. 1854 Oct 26.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: Louise Darling, Lawrence Clark Powell.

Additional Note

Also known as: Louise Darling Biomedical Library.
 

Library. Biomedical Library. interior.

Additional Note

Also known as: Louise Darling Biomedical Library.
 

Library. Book Sale. n.d.

 

Library. Christmas Party. c. 1950?

 

Library. Circulation.

 

Library. College Library. SEE: Powell Library.

 

Library. Conservation Laboratory.

Additional Note

The Library Conservation Laboratory opened in 2004 and was partially funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation. Originally located at the Southern Regional Library Facility (SRLF), the laboratory relocated to the North Kinross building in 2008.
 

Library. Construction. 1927-1929.

Additional Note

Opened in September 1929. Library redicated to Lawrence Clark Powell and renamed Powell Library in 1976 November 10. SEE ALSO: Powell Library.
 

Library. East Wing Addition.

Additional Note

Westwood campus Library opened in September 1929; redicated to Lawrence Clark Powell and renamed Powell Library in 1976 November 10. SEE ALSO: Powell Library.
 

Library. Engineering Library.

 

Library. Exhibit: "A History of UCLA."

 

Library. Exhibit: "Bodleian Library." 1971?

 

Library. Exhibit: "Centennial Caravan."

 

Library. Exhibit: "Edgar Johnson Goodspeed."

 

Library. Exhibit: "Growth of the Library Collection to 750,000 Volumes." n.d.

 

Library. Exhibit: "Printing Week."

 

Library. Exhibit: "Ralph Bunche in Retrospect." 1975 Jul.

 

Library. Exhibit: "The Barker Collection."

 

Library. Exhibit: "The Book Arts of Barry Moser." 1985.

 

Library. Exhibitions. ca.1945-

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of Library exhibition installations; organized alphabetically by name of exhibition.
 

Library. Intercampus bus. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

First bus arriving at UCLA from UC-Irvine campus.
 

Library. Law School library.

 

Library. Lawrence Clark Powell Convocation. 1966 Jun 11.

 

Library. Lawrence Clark Powell trip to Japan (Defense Department). n.d.

 

Library. Millionth volumes. 1983 Jul 01.

Additional Note

 

Library. Music Library - Interior.

 

Library. Oriental Library.

 

Library. Printing Office.

 

Library. Robert Vosper Convocation. n.d.

 

Library. Special Collections.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Special Collections dedication (1950 July 28) and Special Collections events.
 

Library. Stack Extension.

Additional Note

Opened in September 1929. Library redicated to Lawrence Clark Powell and renamed Powell Library in 1976 November 10. SEE ALSO: Powell Library.
 

Library. Staff.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Library staff and staff events; organized chronologically by decade.
 

Life Sciences Building - Exterior. n.d.

 

Life Sciences Building - Unit 3. 1970.

 

Life Sciences Building - Unit 3. 1967.

 

Life Sciences Building - Unit 2 - Exterior. n.d.

 

Living Group Houses - Exterior. n.d.

 

Long range development plans. SEE: Campus plans (Westwood campus).

 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS).

Additional Note

The first Los Angeles State Normal School/LASNS campus (1882) was located in downtown Los Angeles at Fifth Street, between Hope Street and Grand Ave. In 1917, the LASNS relocated to a campus at Vermont and Willowbrook Avenues. In 1919, the Vermont Ave. location became the first campus of the University of California, Southern Branch. SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1928).
The Los Angeles State Normal School was also known as: California State Normal School, Los Angeles; State Normal School, Los Angeles.
 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). Campus scenes. 1882-1914.

Additional Note

From 1882-1914 Spring, the campus of the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) was located at Fifth Street and Grand Ave. (downtown Los Angeles). The LASNS relocated to the Vermont Ave. campus in Fall 1914. SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. Campus (1914-1929)
 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). Faculty. 1882-1918.

 

Los Angeles State Norman School (LASNS). Class of 1891.

 

Los Angeles State Norman School (LASNS). Class of 1907.

 

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS). "Fighting Mechanics" photograph series. 1918.

Additional Note

"Fighting Mechanics" refers to soldiers (men) who participated in a mechanics training program established by the U. S. Army. The program was located at the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) and at other Los Angeles area high schools during the latter portion of World War I (1918).
 

Louise Darling Biomedical Library. see: Library. Biomedical Library.

 

Macgowan Hall (Theater Arts) - Light Traps. 1968.

 

Macgowan Hall (Theater Arts) - Unit 2. 1963-1965.

 

Macgowan Hall (Theater Arts) - Exterior. n.d.

 

Mandela City. 1985 May.

Scope and Content Note

Images of UCLA protest and rally against apartheid in South Africa and demanding divestment in corporations doing business in South Africa.

Additional Note

Named after Nelson Mandela, Nobel Peace Prize recipient (1993) and anti-apartheid activist from South Africa.
 

Married Student Housing. 1957.

 

Mascot.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Joe Bruin, Bruin Bear mascots.
 

Masonic Clubhouse (Westwood Village).

Scope and Content Note

Includes image of cornerstone laying (1929 April).

Additional Note

Masonic Club House located at 10886 Le Conte Ave. (Westwood Village); architect: Morgan, Walls, and Clements. Building dedicated in 1930 March.
 

Master plan (Westwood campus). See: Campus plans (Westwood campus).

 

Math Sciences Building - Exterior. n.d.

 

Math Sciences Building - Additions. 1964-1966.

 

Mechanics Building - Exterior. n.d.

 

Medical Center - Construction. n.d.

 

Medical Center - Groundbreaking. 1962.

 

Medical Center - Hospital opening. 1955 Jun.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photocopies of photographs from Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive (Ms. Coll. 1429).
 

Medical Center - Unit 1 - Exterior. n.d.

 

Medical Center - Unit 2B Step 2. 1964.

 

Medical Department - Exterior. n.d.

 

Medical Reactor Press Conference. 1955.

 

Memorial Activities Center. architectural renderings. c.1962.

Additional Note

See also: Pauley Pavilion. Building named Pauley Pavilion upon dedication (1965 June 11). Welton Becket and Associates, architect.
 

Men's Gym - Construction. c.1932.

 

Men's Gym - Exterior. 1943-1987; n.d.

 

Millspaugh, Mary C.

 

Model Home. n.d.

 

Model U.N. n.d.

 

Molecular Biology building. See: Boyer Hall.

 

Moore Hall (Education) - Exterior. 1930; n.d.

 

Moore Hall (Education) - Construction. c.1932.

 

Motion Picture Division (Theater Arts Department).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of UCLA student film production.
 

Move to Westwood campus. 1929 May-Aug.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of the relocation of the University of California at Los Angeles (institution name as of 1929) from the Vermont Ave. campus to the newly constructed campus in Westwood.
 

Moving Day - from Vermont to Westwood Campus. 1929 Mar-Aug.

 

Multi-Purpose Facility.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Drake Track and Field Stadium.
 

Murphy (Franklin D.) Sculpture Garden. 1964 Jul-

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of preliminary site plans (drawings) and construction of the sculpture garden.

Additional Note

Opened in 1965; located in North Campus Court; Ralph Cornell, supervising landscape architect. Formerly known as the UCLA Sculpture Court (1965-1966). Dedicated in 1967 and named after Franklin D. Murphy (UCLA Chancellor).
 

Murphy Hall. addition (West wing).

Additional Note

West wing addition constructed 1952; original construction, 1937 (Allison and Allison, architects); also known as Administration Building.
 

Murphy Hall. construction.

Additional Note

Constructed in 1937; Allison and Allison, architects. Originally named: Administration Building.
 

Murphy Hall. exterior.

Additional Note

Constructed in 1937; Allison and Allison, architects. Originally named: Administration Building.
 

Music Department.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of: band, orchestra, and choral rehearsals; teaching; UCLA Gamelan performance.
 

Navy Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC). SEE: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

 

Neurosychiatric Institute - Interior. n.d.

 

Neurosychiatric Institute - Exterior. 1959-1960.

 

Normal School (Los Angeles).

Additional Note

SEE: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS] (1881-1918).
 

North Campus - Construction. n.d.

 

Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology Laboratory.

Scope and Content Note

Included images of cornerstone laying ceremony, 1960 May 21.

Additional Note

Construction completed in 1961; Neptune & Thomas, architects. Building renamed Stafford Leak Warren Hall in 1965.
 

Olympic Village (at UCLA campus). 1984.

Additional Note

UCLA was site of Olympic Village (housing for Olympic atheletes).
 

Open Air Theater.

 

Open House. 1972.

 

Opening ceremony (Westwood campus). 1929 Oct 22.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: First day of classes (Westwood campus, 1929 September 23); Dedication of Westwood campus (1930 March 27-28)
 

Parking Area (Lot 32) - Expansion. 1969.

 

Parking Structure "A" (Lot 5). 1960.

 

Parking Structure "B." 1961; n.d.

 

Parking Structure "E." 1965-1967; 1972.

 

Parking Structure "H." n.d.

 

Parking Structure "L." 1963.

 

Parking Structures - unidentified. n.d.

 

Parking Unit #2. n.d.

 

Pauley Pavilion - Exterior.

Additional Note

Named after Edwin W. Pauley; building dedicated 1965 June 11. See also: Memorial Activities Center.
 

Pauley Pavilion - Interior.

 

Pauley Pavilion. construction. 1962-1964.

 

Perloff Hall. SEE: Art Building.

 

Phi Beta Delta Fraternity.

Additional Note

741 Gayley Ave.
 

Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity.

Additional Note

10938 Strathmore Dr.
 

Phi Omega Pi Sorority.

Additional Note

856 Hilgard Ave.
 

Physics-Biology Building. Construction. c.1929.

Additional Note

Originally called Physics Building (1929), later referred to as the Physics-Biology Building. Renamed Kinsey Hall in 1964; subsequently renamed Humanities Building in 2005.
 

Physics-Biology Building. Exterior. [1929]-1949.

Additional Note

Originally called Physics Building (1929), later referred to as the Physics-Biology Building. Renamed Kinsey Hall in 1964; subsequently renamed Humanities Building in 2005.
 

Pi Beta Phi Sorority.

Additional Note

700 Hilgard Ave.
 

Plant Physiology Building - Exterior. 1949; n.d.

 

Plant Science Building - Exterior. n.d.

 

Police Department Building. n.d.

 

Political Science Department.

 

Powell Library. Exterior.

Scope and Content

SEE ALSO: Library [for images of the UCLA Library, 1929-1965]. NOTE: Library renamed Powell Library in November 1966.
 

Powell Library. Interior.

Scope and Content

SEE ALSO: Library [for images of the UCLA Library, 1929-1965]. NOTE: Library renamed Powell Library in November 1966.
 

President's Row. 1957-1962; n.d.

 

Radioactive Waste Preparation Facility. 1964.

 

Recording Arts - Panel. 1963-1964.

 

Reed Neurological Research Center. n.d.

 

Rehabilitation Center. n.d.

 

Reserve Officers' Traning Corps (ROTC).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: UCLA Military Science [Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps], UCLA Naval Science [Navy Reserve Officers' Training Corps], ceremonies, and dress parades.

Additional Note

UCLA has three Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs: Military Science (Army) established in July 1920; Naval Science (Navy) established in 1938; and Aerospace Studies (Air Force) established in 1949. Aerospace Studies was formerly known as Air Science.
 

Reunion - Alumni. 1961.

 

Reunion - Physical Education Class of 1937 (50 years). 1987.

 

Rieber Hall - Exterior. 1962-1963; n.d.

 

Rieber Hall - Exterior. 1963-

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of architectural drawings by Welton Becket & Associates (Architect).
 

Robinson, Jackie Stadium.

Additional Note

See: Jackie Robinson Stadium.
 

Royce Hall - Alterations Step 1. 1966.

 

Royce Hall - Exterior (Building) [2 photos of 2]. n.d.

 

Royce Hall - Interior. c.1929; n.d.

 

Royce Hall. Boiler Room annual dinner. 1942.

 

Royce Hall. construction. 1926-1929.

 

Royce Hall. murals (exterior). n.d. [c.1929].

 

Royce Hall. organ.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: McManus, George Stewart (Biographical File); Petran, Laurence (Biographical File).
 

Royce Hall. renovation. 1983.

 

Samahang Pilipino.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN) event.
 

San Ambroggio Basilica (Bologna, Italy).

Additional Note

San Ambroggio Basilica is one structure in a complex of churches; the complex is called Santa Stefano. The Basilica was used as a model for the design of Royce Hall (1929- ). [see: Nystrom, Richard K. "UCLA, an interpretation considering architecture and site," (1968). pg. 81-83.]
 

San Zeno Church (Model for Powell Library entrance). n.d.

 

San Zeno church (Verona, Italy).

Additional Note

Model for Powell Library entrance.
 

Santa Stefano (Bologna, Italy).

Additional Note

Model for Powell Library and Royce Hall; Santa Stefano is a complex of seven structures including San Ambroggio basilica.
 

Schoenberg Hall.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: proposed architectural drawing by Welton Becket FAIA & Associates; photograph of [Gerhard] Hradetzky Organ.

Additional Note

Schoenberg Hall constructed in 1955 for the UCLA Department of Music; Welton Becket & Associates, architect.
 

School of Dentistry - Exterior. n.d.

 

School of Public Health - Alterations. 1966-1967.

 

School of Public Health - Construction Drawings. 1963.

 

School of Public Health - Exterior. 1964.

 

School of Social Welfare.

 

Seeds (Corrine) Elementary School. SEE: University Elementary School (UES).

 

Sigma Kappa Sorority.

Additional Note

726 Hilgard Ave.
 

Sigma Pi Fraternity.

Additional Note

612 Landfair Ave.
 

Slichter Hall (Space Science) - Exterior. 1963.

 

Snow scenes (Westwood campus). 1932 Jan.

 

Snow scenes (Westwood campus). 1932 Jan; 1949.

 

South Campus - Temporary buildings during World War II. n.d.

 

Southern Branch of the University of California (see: Vermont Ave. Campus).

 

Spirit Squad.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of dancers, Bruin Bear mascot, yell leaders.

Additional Note

See also: Card Stunts; Cheerleaders.
 

Spring music festival.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographic negative of Phyllis Hoisington with Lockman instrument (1954 Jun 5).
 

Spring Sing.

Additional Note

Also known as All-University Sing.
 

Sproul Hall - Exterior. 1957-1960.

 

Stadium (proposed, but never built). n.d.

 

State Normal School, Los Angeles.

Additional Note

SEE: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS] (1881-1918).
 

Stein, Jules - Eye Institute - Groundbreaking. n.d.

 

Stein, Jules - Eye Institute - Dedication. 1966 Nov 03.

 

Stein, Jules - Eye Institute - Exterior. 1966-1982; n.d.

 

Student activism.

Scope and Content Note

Images of protests and demonstations held on the UCLA campus including: suspension of four UCLA students (1934 Nov.)

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Chinco/a Rally (1993 May); Mandela City (1985 May).
 

Students.

Scope and Content Note

Images of UCLA students; organized chronologically. Includes images of: actor Bob Hope and actress Elizabeth Taylor at the UCLA Junior Prom (c.1950).

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Classroom scenes; Commencement.
 

Subtropical Horticulture Tract. 1929-1934.

 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. 1968; n.d.

 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. Construction.

 

Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.

 

Temporary buildings.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of temporary classroom and office buildings at Westwood campus.

Additional Note

Also called "Bungalows."
 

Tennis - Intramural. n.d.

 

Tennis - Men.

Additional Note

see also: Ashe, Arthur (Biographical Files Reference Collection)
 

Tennis - Women.

 

Theater, Film and Television, School of.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: slides and script of presentation celebrating 50th anniversary of the School of Theater, Film and Television (1997 October).
 

Theatre Group (University Extension).

Scope and Content Note

Photographs include images of: John Houseman (director), Cloris Leachman (actress), James Whitmore (actor).

Additional Note

Founded in 1959 by Abbott Kaplan, Director of UCLA Extension, and operated under the auspices of the Extension Division as an experiment in campus-based professional theater. In 1969 the Theatre Group ended its affiliation with UCLA and relocated to the Los Angeles Music Center as resident dramatic company, the Center Theatre Group of Los Angeles.
 

Theta Phi Alpha Sorority.

 

Theta Xi Fraternity.

Additional Note

629 Gayley Ave.
 

Tower of Masks [sculpture].

Additional Note

Sculpture (fifteen feet, Indiana limestone) sculpted by Anna Mahler; dedicated 1963 February 8; originally located in the open-air foyer of the Theater Arts building.
 

Track and Field - Intramural. n.d.

 

Track and Field Men - Meet Photos. n.d.

 

Training School.

Additional Note

Training School established in 1882 as part of Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS); renamed University Elementary School c.Spring 1929. SEE ALSO: University Elementary School (UES).
 

UCLA Lab School, formerly University Elementary School (UES). Architectural renderings, models.

 

UCLA Lab School, formerly University Elementary School (UES). Library addition. c.1964.

 

UCLA Lab School, University Elementary School (UES). Addition.

 

UCLA Lab School, formerly University Elementary School (UES).

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs taken by Julius Shulman, photographer; permission to reproduce Julius Shulman images must be obtained from the Getty Research Institute.

Additional Note

Robert E. Alexander & Richard Neutra, architect: 1950, 1958-1959, 1966; Barton Phelps & Associates, architect: 1993. Renamed UCLA Lab School March 2009. SEE ALSO: Training School.
 

UCLA Lab School, formerly University Elementary School (UES). Exterior.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs taken by Julius Shulman, photographer; permission to reproduce Julius Shulman images must be obtained from the Getty Research Institute.
 

UCLA on the Move.

General Physical Description note: black and white photographs; arranged by chapter.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs used in the 1969 publication: UCLA on the Move.
 

University Engineer's Office - Exterior. n.d.

 

University Extension Building - Exterior. 1967; n.d.

 

University of California, Southern Branch. SEE: Vermont Ave. Campus.

 

University Religious Conference - Dedication. n.d.

 

University Religious Conference - Exterior. 1943; n.d.

 

University Research Library. Construction. n.d.

 

University Research Library. Exterior. n.d.

 

University Research Library. Groundbreaking. 1962.

 

University Research Library. Interior. n.d.

 

University Research Library. Unit 2 addition. n.d.

 

University Residence. 1930's; n.d.

 

Veloway Project. c.1980.

Additional Note

Bike way proposal for Westwood and West Los Angeles (California) by the Urban Innovation Group.
 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Berkeley Hall.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Chemistry Building fire. 1929 Jan 03.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Campus scenes.

Additional Note

In 1917, the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) relocated from downtown Los Angeles to a campus at Vermont and Willowbrook Avenues. From September 1919-June 1929, the Vermont Ave. location served as the first campus of the University of California, Southern Branch, later renamed the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

SEE ALSO: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS].
 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Cafeteria.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Fine Arts Building.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Student Body Store.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Tennis Courts.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Students.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Training School. SEE: Training School.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Home Economics Building.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Pageants.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Theater.
 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Mechanical Art Building.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Library.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Science Hall.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Students' Cooperative Store [Co-op].

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Girls' Gymnasium.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Gymnastics team (?)

Additional Note

Also known as the Grizzly Gym Team.
 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Millspaugh Hall.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - North Hall.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Football.

 

Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Theater.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Vermont Ave. Campus (1919-1929) - Pageants
 

Victory Bell. n.d.

 

Volleyball - Intramural. n.d.

 

Volleyball Men - Game Photos. n.d.

 

Volleyball Women - Game Photos. n.d.

 

Western Data Processing Center (WDPC).

Additional Note

Established in 1956 as the first university computer center organized specifically to support education and research in the field of data processing. Originally known as the National Bureau of Standards Western Automatic Computer.

SEE ALSO: Computers; Health Sciences Computing Facility.
 

Westwood Campus - Bridge Dedication. 1927 Oct 22.

 

Westwood Campus - Groundbreaking. 1927 Sep 21.

 

Westwood Village.

Additional Note

Includes: aerial views; West Los Angeles Veloway (bicycling).
 

Wight (Frederick S.) Art Gallery.

Scope and Content Note

Includes image of Wight Art Gallery ground breaking (1973 February 12).

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Art Building.
 

Women's Physical Education Building.

Additional Note

Constructed 1932. See also: Dance Building (Women's Gym); Kaufman (Glorya) Hall.
 

Wooden [John] Center.

Scope and Content Note

Includes images (contact sheets) of 1983 apr 10 dedication of Wooden Center.
 

Wooden, John - Seventieth Birthday Party. 1980 Oct 18.

 

World War II.

 

Wrestling.

 

Young Hall (Chemistry/Geology) - Addition for Geophysics. n.d.

 

Young Hall (Chemistry/Geology) - Exterior. 1945; n.d.

 

Young Republicans (UCLA).

Scope and Content Note

Includes image of U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater (c.1964).

Additional Note

Also knoww as Bruin Young Republicans.
 

Young, Charles E. - Fifteenth Anniversary Party. 1983 Oct 22.

 

YWCA Building - Exterior. n.d.

 

Oversize Photograph Files (Reference Collection) Series 2. 1882-

Scope and Content Note

Photographs depicting: Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS], University of California Southern Branch, and the University of California, Los Angeles [UCLA]; includes buildings, events, organizations. For photographs of people affilated with UCLA, see: Biographical Files (Reference Collection).
 

Aerial view. UCLA (Westwood) campus. ca.1960.

General Physical Description note: black and white photograph

Additional Note

Looking West from Hilgard Ave.
 

Campus scenes. University of California Southern Branch. Vermont Ave. campus. ca.1925.

General Physical Description note: panorama color photograph
 

Los Angeles State Normal School [LASNS]. Petition for Normal School site. 1911 Jul.

Additional Note

postcard format
 

Murphy, Franklin D.

 

Presidents of the University of California, 1869-1930. 1939.

General Physical Description note: black and white panorama photograph.

Scope and Content Note

LeConte, John (1869-1870; 1875-1881); Durant, Henry (1870-1872); Gilman, Daniel Coit (1872-1875); Reid, William Thomas (1881-1885); Holden, Edward Singleton (1885-1888); Davis, Horace (1888-1890); Kellogg, Martin (1890-1899); Wheeler, Benjamin Ide (1899-1919); Barrows, David Prescott (1919-1923); Campbell, William Wallace (1923-1930); Sproul, Robert Gordon (1930- ).
 

Student Council. Reunion of UCLA Student Council members. 1941 Sep 21.

General Physical Description note: panorama black and white photographs; 2 (two) items.

Additional Note

Thompson Photo. Santa Monica. 4505.
 

Westwood Village. Intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Westwood Boulevard. ca.1935.

Additional Note

Thelner Hoover, photographer.
 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority.

 

Health Sciences. Series 3.

Scope and Content Note

Images acquired from the UCLA health sciences offices and departments including: School of Medicine, hospital, research laboratories. For photographs of people affilated with UCLA Health Sciences, see: Biographical Files (Reference Collection).
 

Jules Stein Eye Institute.

Physical Description: 3.0 folders
 

Medical Center 50th Anniversary 2005.

Physical Description: 2.0 folders
 

Prosthetics.