Scope and Content
Title: School of Medicine. Office of the Dean. Administrative files of Stafford L. Warren.
Identifier/Call Number: University Archives Record Series 300
UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material:
75.2 linear ft.
Record Series 300 contains the administrative files of the first Dean of the UCLA School of Medicine, Stafford L.Warren.
School of Medicine. Office of the Dean; Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences. 1948-
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[Identification of item], School of Medicine. Office of the Dean. Administrative files of Stafford L. Warren (University Archives
Record Series 300). UCLA Library Special Collections, University Archives.
Stafford Leak Warren (1896-1981) earned his B.A. at University of California at Berkeley in 1918; M.A. and M.D. at University
of California San Francisco Medical School, 1922; and accomplished his postgraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and
Harvard, 1922-1925. Warren went on to direct the Atomic Energy Project at the University of Rochester (1943) and worked on
the Manhattan Project. After the war, Warren came to UCLA to serve as dean of the School of Medicine (1947-1962), vice-chancellor
of the Health Sciences (1962-1963) and professor emeritus at UCLA (1965-1981).
Scope and Content
Record Series 300 contains the administrative files of Stafford L. Warren, Dean of UCLA's School of Medicine. Files include
School of Medicine employment applications; letters of reference directed to Stafford L. Warren; and correspondence (chiefly
from physicians, but also from student, administrative, and technical applicants); as well as information and correspondence
regarding topics including atomic bomb and atomic energy; Atomic Energy Commission; budgets; civil defense and UCLA disaster
preparedness; foundations; hospitals; Health Research Facilities Grant; Public Health; Veteran's Administration; UCLA Medical
School and related departments; Planning Committee; Faculty Practice Plan; and construction and location plans.
The collection is organized into the following series:
Series 1. Employment Applications. 1947-1955; n.d.
Series 2. Professional Associations. 1946-1956; n.d.
There is a gap in the box numbering sequence of this record series. Due to reprocessing, box numbers jump from box 13 to box
This is an inactive record series; no additional University records are expected to be added.