Biographical files (UCLA University Archives Reference Collection). 1882-

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Title: UCLA University Archives. Biographical files (Reference Collection).
University Archives Record Series number: 745
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 40.0 linear ft.
Date: 1882-
Abstract: Record Series 745 contains biographical information and photographs of faculty and staff affiliated with: the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS), 1881-1919; the University of California, Southern Branch, 1919-1926; the University of California, Los Angeles, 1927- . Materials include curriculum vitae, photographs, press releases, and newspaper clippings.
creator: UCLA University Archives.

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Publication Rights

Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of the University of California. The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright. All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist.

Acquisition Information

Sources for the Biographical Files (Reference Collection) include: UCLA Emeriti Center, UCLA faculty files, and the administrative files of UCLA offices and departments.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Biographical files (UCLA University Archives Reference Collection) (University Archives Record Series 745). UCLA Library Special Collections, University Archives.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 7399148 

Historical Note

The UCLA University Archives reference collection of biographical files was created ca.1986 and contain information on: faculty and staff of the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS), 1881-1919; faculty and staff of the University of California, Southern Branch, 1919-1926; faculty and staff of the University of California, Los Angeles, 1927- .
UCLA Golden Year Committee biographical files (former Record Series 285) are now part of Record Series 745. The Golden Year Committee was formed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of UCLA at the Westwood campus, 1929-1979.

Scope and Content

Record Series 745 contains biographical information and photographs of faculty and staff affiliated with: the Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS), 1881-1919; the University of California, Southern Branch, 1919-1926; the University of California, Los Angeles, 1927- . Materials include curriculum vitae, photographs, press releases, and newspaper clippings.
UCLA Golden Year Committee biographical files (former Record Series 285) are now part of Record Series 745. The Golden Year Committee was formed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of UCLA at the Westwood campus, 1929-1979.
This is an active Record Series; additional University records are expected to be added.
The collection is organized into the following series:
  1. Series 1. Biographical Files, 1882-
  2. Series 2. Biographical Files - Photographs, 1882-
  3. Series 3. Oversize Biographical Files, 1882-

Subjects and Indexing Terms

University of California, Los Angeles. University Archives--Archives.

Container List

 

Biographical Files. Series 1. 1882-

 

Aaron, Benjamin. b.1915 September 2 - d.2007 August 25.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Law.
 

Aarons, Miriam F. b. 1920 - d.2004.

 

Abdou, Mohamed A.

Additional Note

Distinguished Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem [Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor] (UCLA 1969).

 

Abe, Hitoshi.

 

Abidi, Asad.

 

Aboelata, Manal.

 

Ackerman, Page. b.1912 June 30 - d.2006 February 28.

Additional Note

UCLA reference librarian, 1949-1954; Assistant/Associate University Librarian for budget and personnel, 1954-1973; UCLA University Librarian, 1973-1977.
 

Ackerman, William Coit. b.1902 May 7.

Additional Note

William C. Ackerman (UCLA 1924) served on the faculty (physical education), as an athletic coach (tennis), and Executive Director of the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA) from 1924-1967. Ackerman retired September 25, 1967.
 

Adams, Forrest H.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty known for work in pediatric cardiology; director, UCLA Marion Davies Children's Clinic.
 

Adelson, David.

 

Adizes, Ichak. b. 1937..

 

Alexander, Charles J.

 

Allen, Raymond B. b.1902 - d. 1986.

Additional Note

Raymond B. Allen served as UCLA Chancellor, 1952 Nov. 15 - 1959 Sep. 1.
 

Allen, Rebecca.

 

Alleyne, Mark.

 

Alleyne, Reginald.

 

Allmindinger, Blake.

 

Altman, Ralph.

Additional Note

Curator, Ethnic Collections (part of the Museum and Laboratory of Ethnic Arts.)
 

Amboss, Phyllis.

 

Andersen, Theodore A. b. 1920..

 

Anderson, Edward "Chip."

 

Anderson, John E. b. 1917 - d. 2011..

 

Anguiano, Lupe.

 

Anheier, Helmut.

 

Armenian, Haroutune.

 

Arnold, Jeanne E.

 

Arzouman, Susan.

 

Asanti, Molefi.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Afro-American Studies Center (appointed 1970); formerly known at Arthur L. Smith; name changed to Molefi Asanti c.1974.
 

Asarnow, Joan.

 

Ashe, Arthur (UCLA 1965). b.1943 July 10 - d.1993 February 3.

Scope and Content Note

Includes program for 1969 September 20-28 Pacific Southwest Open Tennis Championships (Los Angeles Tennis Club).

Additional Note

Arthur Ashe became a professional tennis player.
 

Ashikaga, Ensho. b.1910 - d.1984.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Oriental Languages.
 

Assali, Nicholas. b.1916 - d.2004.

 

Astin, Alexander.

Additional Note

The Allan M. Cartter Professor of Higher Education(UCLA).
 

Astin, Helen S.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Eduation; Associate Director of the Higher Education Research Institute (UCLA).
 

Atchison, Kathryn.

 

Atherton, Catherine.

 

Atkinson, James.

 

Bailey, Alison.

 

Bailey, Kenneth P. (UCLA Ph.D. 1938)

Additional Note

Bailey received the first UCLA doctorate: Ph.D. in History, 1938; dissertation title: The Ohio Company of Virginia.
 

Bainbridge, Stephen.

 

Baldwin, Burr.

 

Ballerini, Luigi.

 

Baran, Annette.

 

Barker, Wiley F.

Additional Note

UCLA clinical faculty, Surgery (School of Medicine).
 

Barnes, Ralph M. b. 1900 - d. 1984..

 

Baron, David.

 

Barrows, Robert Guy.

 

Barthol, Richard Paul. b.1919 - d.2004.

 

Bartholomew, George A.

 

Bates, Marcia.

 

Beban, Gary.

Additional Note

UCLA football quarterback, 1965(?)-1967 seasons.
 

Behdad, Ali.

 

Belt, Elmer. b.1893-d.1980.

Additional Note

In the Fall 1961 Elmer Belt transferred his special collection of books and materials concerning Leonardo da Vinci and the Italian Renaissance to UCLA. The collection was later named the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana.
 

Bemis, George W.

 

Bender, Gerald.

 

Bendiksen, Oddvar O.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Benefeld, Alan R.

 

Benfield, John R.

 

Bengelsdorf, Irving S.

 

Benn, James.

 

Benson, D.F. "Frank" 1928-1996.

 

Berend, Ivan.

 

Bernardo, Antonio.

 

Berry, Ruth.

 

Birgeneau, Robert J.

 

Birkmeyer, Karl M.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Art History; chairman of Art History Dept.
 

Birnbaum, Henrik.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Slavic Languages and Literatures.
 

Blaustein, Joseph.

 

Block, Gene.

 

Bloom, Leonard. SEE: Broom, Leonard [NOTE: changed name from Bloom to Broom c.1949]

 

Blum, Richard C.

 

Boehm, John D.

 

Boelter, Llewellyn Michael Kraus. b.1898 - d.1966.

Additional Note

UCLA's first dean of Engineering. Arrived at UCLA in 1944, retired in 1965. Boelter conducted research on heat and mass transfer.
 

Boime, Albert Isaac. b.1933 March 17 - d.2008 October 18.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Art History.
 

Bollens, John C.

 

Bollens, Ross.

 

Bomba, Trudi.

 

Bonebakker, Seager Adrianus.

 

Boolootian, Richard A.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Zoology.
 

Booth, Bradford A. b.1909 - d.1968.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, English; husband of Josephine Conduitte Booth.
 

Booth, Josephine Conduitte. (UCLA 1933) b.1912 - d.1994.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, English; wife of Bradford A. Booth.
 

Bouhoutsos, Jacqueline C. d.2008 May 22.

 

Bourland, Roger.

 

Bowen, J. Donald.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, English.
 

Bowerman, Susan.

 

Bowyer, Ambrose. b.1883 - d.1950.

 

Bowyer, Gladys Fryfogle. b.1888 - d.1968.

 

Boyle, Barbara.

 

Boytner, Ran.

 

Bradbury, Ray.

Additional Note

In 1950 and 1953 writer Ray Bradbury used the former UCLA Library typewriter rental room to compose his novel "Farenheit 451."
 

Bradbury, Thomas.

 

Bradley, Thomas (UCLA attended 1937-1940)

Additional Note

Mayor of Los Angeles, 1973-1993.
 

Brant, Keith E. (UCLA 1983, M.A. 1988, Ph.D. 1995)

Additional Note

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations and Executive Director of the UCLA Alumni Association ( - 2006 August 31); appointed UC-San Diego Vice Chancellor for External Relations as of 2006 September 1.
 

Brasel, Jo Anne.

 

Brennan, Michael J. b. 1942..

 

Brenner, Robert b.1943.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History [U.S. economic historian).
 

Breslow, Lester. b.1915 March 17 - d.2012 April 9.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Health Services (School of Public Health); Dean, School of Public Health (1972-1980).
 

Brice, William J.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Art.
 

Bright, William Oliver.

 

Bright, William R. d.2003 jul.

Additional Note

Bright founded Campus Crusade for Christ at UCLA in 1951.
 

Brook, Robert H.

 

Broom, Leonard. b.1911 November 8.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Sociology, 1941-1959. NOTE: name changed from Bloom to Broom c.1949.
 

Broome, Marian G. b.1934 June 24 - d.2009 December 22.

 

Brown, Robert J.

 

Brown, William F. b. 1911..

 

Bruno, James.

 

Buffa, Elwood S. b. 1923 - d. 2005..

 

Bullock, Amy.

 

Bunche, Ralph Johnson. (UCLA 1927) b.1904 - d.1971.

 

Burnett, Carol. (attended UCLA 1951-1954) b.1933 April 26.

Additional Note

Actress, comedienne, singer.
 

Burns, David.

 

Burns, E. Bradford. b.1932 August 28 - d.1995 December 19.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History.
 

Burns, Robert I., S.J. b.1921 August 16 - d.2008 November 22.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History.
 

Burr, Robert.

 

Burrell, Kenny

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Jazz Studies Program.
 

Calderón, Héctor.

 

Caldwell, John.

 

Caldwell, Nikki.

 

Cameron, Sidney Herbert. b.1897 -.

Additional Note

Dean UCLA College of Agriculture and Assitant Director, Agriculture Experiment Station (appointed 1961 Jan.); UCLA faculty, Horticultural Sciences.
 

Campbell, Cameron.

 

Campbell, Liliy Bess. b.1883 - d.1967.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, English, 1922-1950; UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer in 1935; authority on Elizabethan stage techniques and dramatic literature, especially the plays of Shakespeare.
 

Carlisle, Brian.

 

Carman, Gregory P. b. 1959-.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Carpenter, Posie.

 

Carrabino, Joseph. b. 1923 - d. 2007..

 

Carron, Jean-Claude.

 

Cartter, Allan M. b.1922 June 17-d.1976 August.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Higher Education; Director of the Laboratory for Research on Higher Education (UCLA).
 

Caruso, Robert J.

 

Case, Fred E. b. 1918 - d. 2000..

 

Castaneda, Carlos Arana (UCLA 1962, Ph.D. 1973). d.1998 April 27.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1973 UCLA dissertation in Anthropology.
 

Cates, Gilbert. b.1943 - d.2011.

 

Catton, Ivan.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Chassiakos, Linda Reid.

 

Chen, Peter Pin-Shan. b. 1947..

 

Cheng, Lucie.

 

Chicago, Judith Sylvia Cohen. (UCLA 1962, Masters 1964)

Additional Note

Judith Sylvia Cohen, later named Judy Chicago, artist.
 

Choi, Eunshil.

 

Chuang, Kenneth.

 

Ciavolella, Massimo

 

Cipriani, Hugo P. (UCLA attended 1938-1941)

 

Clark, Burton Robert. d.2009.

Additional Note

UCLA Allan M. Cartter Professor of Higher Education and Sociology.
 

Clark, Frank W.

 

Clark, James V.

 

Clark, Wesley K.

 

Clarke, Steven.

 

Clayton, Mayme.

 

Cline, Alex.

 

Cochran, Johnnie L., Jr.

 

Cohen, Yoram.

 

Condren, Edward I.

 

Consales, Judy.

Additional Note

Director of the Louise Darling Biomedical Library (appointed c.2004).
 

Cook, Ian A.

 

Coombs, Robert Hofman.

 

Copeland, Thomas E. b. 1946..

 

Copenhaver, Brian.

 

Corbett, Charles.

 

Cornell, Bradford. b. 1947..

 

Cortinez, Veronica.

 

Coscarelli, Anne.

 

Cosentino, Donald.

 

Cotter, Anita.

 

Cox, Rebecca S.

 

Crabs, Donald B.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Theater Arts; department chair, 1980-1984.
 

Crabtree, Charlotte A. (UCLA 1948). b.1927 August 14 - d.2006 April 15.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Education (1961-1993); founding director of the National Center for History in the Schools (NCHS).
 

Craine, Theodore M.

 

Crandall, Paul H.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Neurosurgery (UCLA School of Medicine). In 1963 Crandall was the first to carry out long-term depth electrode recordings of spontaneous seizuers in association with EEG telemetry monitoring.
 

Crandell [Crandall], Alice "Ma" Weller.

 

Crane, Randall D.

 

Crummett, Duane O.

Additional Note

UCLA Lecturer and Assistant Professor, Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture (Department of Agriculture), 1949/50 to 1952/53.
 

Crump, Nadine.

Additional Note

Served as the first administrator of the Los Angeles Office of the University of California Extension Division, 1917 August.
 

Culbert, Samuel A. b. 1938..

 

Cummings, Theodore E.

 

Dabagh, Thomas Suren. b.1903 February 12.

Additional Note

Associate Professor of Law and Law Librarian, 1949-1950; Director of the UCLA Law Library, 1950-1951 June.
 

Dagenais, John.

 

Dasgupta, Asim.

 

Dattoma, Lucia L.

 

Davis, Frank Cornelius. b.1896 - d.1983 April.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Psychology, 1931-1945; resigned from UCLA in 1945 due to "political activism" related to American Youth for Democracy.
 

Davis, Hiram Logan.

Additional Note

Head, College Library, 1976-1979.
 

Davis, Louis E. b. 1918 - d. 1998..

 

Dawson, Muir d.2005.

 

Day, Robert.

 

De Robertis, Edward.

 

Dean, James Byron. b.1931 February 8 - d.1955 September 30.

Additional Note

Actor; attended UCLA Fall 1950.
 

Dean, Michael.

 

Debanney, Joseph G.

 

Delano, Annita. b.1894 October - d.1979 May 24.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Art.
 

De La Torre, Jose. b. 1943..

 

Dent, Robert William.

 

Devaskar, Sherin.

 

Dhir, Vijay K. b.1943 April 14.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty and Chair, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Diamant, Allison L.

 

Diamond, Jared Mason. b.1937 September 10.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty in Physiology (School of Medicine); MacArthur Fellow (1985); UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer (1996); 1998 Pulitzer Prize for "Guns, Germs, and Steel: the Fates of Human Society."
 

Dick, Hugh G. d.1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes announcements of the Hugh G. Dick Memorial Lecture in the Humanities.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, English (1937-1965?); UCLA faculty, Library Science (1967-1972?)
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Diebenkorn, Richard Clifford. (b. 1922-d.1993) b. 1922-d.1993.

 

Dienstag, Joshua Foa.

 

Dignam, William Joseph.

 

Dixon, Wilfrid Joseph. b.1915-.

 

Dolovich, Sharon.

 

Domingo, Placido.

Additional Note

Placido Domingo appointed adjunct faculty, Music (February 1994).
 

Donahue, Katherine E. S.

Additional Note

Head of History & Special Collections for the Sciences, UCLA Biomedical Library (retired 2008 July).
 

Donahue, Terry.

 

Dorcus, Roy M. d.1965.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Psychology; Professor of Psychology in the UCLA School of Medicine.
 

Dow, Arthur Wesley. b.1857 - d.1922 December 13.

Additional Note

See also: Arthur Wesley Dow Association. (UCLA University Archives Subject Reference Files)
 

Downey, Susan.

 

Dudley, George A. d.2005.

 

Dukakis, Michael S.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: transcript (Commission on Presidential Debates) of 1988 October 13 U.S. Presidential debate between Republican Nominee, George Herbert Walker Buch, and Democratic Nominee, Michael S. Dukakis held at UCLA's Pauley Pavilion.
 

Dungey, Channing.

 

Duranti, Alessandro.

Additional Note

Dean of Division of Social Sciences (appointed 2009 May).
 

Durrell, Cordell. b.1908 - d.1986.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Geology.
 

Dutton, Doug.

 

Dyball, Mark.

 

Dykstra, Clarence Addison. b.1883 - d.1950.

Additional Note

UCLA Provost, 1945-1950.
 

Edwall, Harry Robert.

 

Edwards, Sebastian.

 

Eiduson, Samuel.

 

Einstein, Albert.

Additional Note

Albert Einstein visited UCLA to give an address in Royce Hall in 1932 February 15. Einstein's visit was sponsored by Sigma Xi (honorary science society).
 

Eiteman, David K. b. 1930..

 

Eisenberg, David.

 

El-Haddad, Mostafa.

 

El-Sayed, Mostafa A. b.1933 May 8.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty - Physical Chemistry.
 

Emerson, Margaret.

 

Emerson, Robert M.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Sociology Department. Includes: "Report on the 1981 Conference on Social Science Fieldwork in the University of California" (1981 July)
 

Enderton, Herbert Bruce. d.2010.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Mathematics.
 

Engelke, Marian Elizabeth. b.1921 - d.2009 December 25.

Additional Note

Library staff artist, 1964-1984.
 

Enstrom, James.

 

Erickson, Mary.

 

Erickson, Robert.

 

Erlenkotter, Donald. b. 1938..

 

Estrin, Gerald.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Computer Science.
 

Ettinger, Jerome.

 

Evans, Leslie.

 

Fahey, John.

 

Faine, Hyman. b. 1910 - d. 1999..

 

Fairbanks, Lynn.

 

Farb, Sharon E.

 

Fargo, Elizabeth H.

Additional Note

Assistant Librarian 1899 to c.1922.
 

Farquhar, David M.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History Department.

Biography/History

Died 1985 August 9.
 

Farrell, John B. b.1922 - d.2008.

 

Favretto, Christina.

Additional Note

UCLA Library. Rare Books Curator, Department of Special Collections. (2005 Aug- )
 

Felixson, Carol.

 

Fenberg, Sylvia Gene Krupin (UCLA 1933).

Scope and Content Note

Includes Fenberg's "Bread Without Butter" (c.1962), recollections about her last year as a UCLA student and time spent (post-graduation) hitch-hiking across the United States during the Depression.
 

Ferguson, Christopher (UCLA 1986, Ph.D. 1999)

Additional Note

Ferguson also known as professional poker player Chris 'Jesus' Ferguson.
 

Ferguson, Russell.

 

Ferguson, Sherman.

 

Fielder, Eve Picardy. b.1941 August 23 - d.2008.

 

Fielding, Jonathan.

 

Fink, Robert M.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Physiological Chemistry (School of Medicine)
 

Finn, Paul.

 

Fischer, Robert A. (UCLA 1945) d.2000 February 20.

Additional Note

Served as UCLA Director of Athletics (1980-1983).
 

Fishburn, Luke Warren.

 

Fong, Peggy.

 

Foot, Philippa. b.1920 October 3 - d.2010.

Additional Note

Foot was the UCLA Gloria and Paul Griffin Professor of Philosophy.
 

Fortier, Renée.

 

Fowler, Audree.

 

Frand, Jason L. b. 1942..

 

Frankovich, Mitchell J. (UCLA 1935)

 

French, Susan F.

 

Fried, Hzhak.

 

Friedlander, Jonathan.

 

Friedlander, Sheldon K. b.1927 - d.2007.

Additional Note

UCLA Parsons Professor of Chemical Engineering.
 

Frosh, Dominick L.

 

Gabor, Ivan.

 

Gabriel, Stuart A.

 

Gandara, Patricia.

 

Garfinkel, Harold. b.1917 October 29.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Sociology.
 

Garrell, Robin.

 

Garrels, Gary.

 

Garro, Linda.

 

Gatti, Richard.

 

Gehring, Kimberly.

 

Gehry, Frank.

 

Geller, Fred M.

 

Geoffrion, Arthur M. b. 1937..

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, James A. Collins Professor of Management; Decisions, Operations, and Technology Management (Anderson Graduate School of Management).
 

George, Robert.

 

Gere, David.

 

Gersick, Connie J. G. b. 1948..

 

Gershwin, George.

Scope and Content Note

Includes information related to George Gershwin's musical score, "Strike Up the Band."
 

Geschwind, Daniel.

 

Ghamlouch, Hassan.

 

Ghez, Andrea M.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor Physics and Astronomy. 2003 UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer; 2008 MacArthur Prize Fellow.
 

Ghoniem, Nasr M.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Gibbs, Silas Paul.

Additional Note

UC-Southern Branch basketball team 1922, 1923.
 

Gibson, Arthur C.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Botanical Garden.
 

Gibson, James Steven.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Gibson, Mel.

 

Gilhousen, Howard C. b.1895 - d.1969.

Additional Note

Professor UCLA Department of Psychology; department chair, 1955-1959.
 

Gilman, Nelson.

 

Gilman, Peter Thomas (UCLA 1951). b.1927 - d.1999.

Additional Note

Author of "Diamond Head, a novel" (1960).
 

Gilmore, Sidney H.

 

Gipstein, Robert M.

 

Gladstone, Dick.

 

Glater, Julius.

 

Glick, Dudley Hillel. b.1920 jun 9 - d.2007 jun 27.

Additional Note

UCLA Dental School faculty, 1995-2007(?).
 

Go, Vay Liang W.

 

Gold, Marvin H. (UCLA 1937)

Additional Note

UCLA undergraduate, B.S. in Chemistry (1937). Became highly regarded defense and aerospace industry researcher.
 

Golde, David William b.1940 - d.2004.

 

Gondek, Juliana.

 

Gong, Henry.

 

Gonzales, Manual Pedro.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Spanish.
 

Gonzalez, Elma.

 

Goodman, John William.

 

Goodwin, John Edward. b.1876 oct 1 - d.1948 nov 18.

Additional Note

Served as UCLA Librarian, 1923-1946.
 

Gordon, H. Earl.

 

Gordon, Kate.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Philosophy and Psychology (c.1922/1923-1923/1924); Philosophy (1924/1925-1930/1931).
 

Gorney, Roderic. b.1924.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Psychiatry.
 

Gouw, Julia.

 

Graham, Robert.

 

Granfield, Michael E. b. 1943..

 

Grant, Ulysses S. IV b.1893 May 23 - d.1977 March.

Additional Note

Grandson of U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant; UCLA Professor of Geology, 1931-1959.
 

Graual, Hugh M. b.1918 - d.2009.

 

Gray, Gary.

 

Gray, Hugh J. b.1900 Sep 4 - d.1981 Feb 13.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Theater Arts (Motion Picture and Television).
 

Greenberg, Alice Brooking.

 

Greenwald, Joanne.

 

Gregory, George. (UCLA 1942) d.2005 March.

Additional Note

Benefactor of the UCLA Chemistry and Biochemistry Department.
 

Grelia, Christine.

 

Gupta, Vijay. b. 1963-.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Gura, Victor.

 

Gurval, Robert.

 

Haberfeld, Felicia.

 

Haft, J. David.

 

Hagge, Carl William.

 

Hahn, H. Thomas.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Haldeman, Harry Robert (UCLA 1948).

Scope and Content Note

Includes photocopy of 1970 May 7 letter to U.S. President Richard Nixon [c/o H. R. Haldeman, Assistant to the President of the United States] from the 1970 UCLA Mens Basketball team regarding the war in Southeast Asia (Vietnama and Cambodia) and the deaths of Kent State University students by the Ohio National Guard.

Additional Note

Also known as H.R. "Bob" Haldeman. Served as Assistant to U.S. President Richard M. Nixon.
 

Halma, Holmes. d.2008.

 

Halpern, Steven Joel (UCLA 1973).

Scope and Content Note

Includes Halpern's campaign literature for UCLA Undergraduate Students Association general representative (1970-1971), vice president (1971-1972), and president (1972-1973).

Additional Note

Halpern served as UCLA undergraduate student body president, 1972-1973.
 

Hamilton, Albert Wilkin.

Additional Note

UCLA student 1932 September to 1934 [January?]. Joined UCLA student William Alonzo Reynolds in declaring conscientious objector status regarding compulsory courses offered by the UCLA Military Science and Tactics Dept. (affiliated with the Reserve Officer Training Corps/ROTC); see: U.S. Supreme Court case Hamilton v. Regents of the University of California (1934).
 

Hammer, Armand. b.1898.

Additional Note

Armand Hammer-Occidental Petroleum Laboratories, within UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Institute, established and named in September 1977 by UC Board of Regents. Hammer served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Occidental Petroleum Corporation.
 

Hammond, Peter B.

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Additional Note

UCLA Anthropology Professor and member of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies (LGBS) Task Force in 1994-1995.
 

Handler, Harry. d.2005.

 

Hanley, Edwin H.

 

Hansen, Mark.

 

Hanssens, Dominique.

 

Harary, Isaac M.

 

Haraszty, Eszter (Mrs. Bruce David Colen). b.1920 - d.1994 Nov. 30.

 

Hardwick, E. Russell.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry.
 

Harper, Kenneth E.

 

Harris, Chandler. (UCLA 1936) d.2005 June 24.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Public Information.
 

Harrison, Gilbert (UCLA 1937).

Additional Note

Gilbert Harrison was editor of "The New Republic."
 

Hays, Esther Fincher.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology.
 

Hearn, Guy Edward. 1913 Nov. 19 - 1987 April 22.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Theater Arts.
 

Heber, David.

 

Hedrick, Earle Raymond. b.1897 - d.1943.

Additional Note

UCLA Provost, 1937-1942.
 

Herrick, Samuel. b.1911 May 29 - d.1974 March 20.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Astronomy (1937-1974).
 

Hershberger, Mary Martin.

 

Hershey, Mira. d.1930.

Additional Note

Also known as Almira Parker Hershey.
 

Hildemann, William H.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Infectious Diseases; UCLA faculty, Medical Microbiology and Immunology; Director, Dental Research Institute, UCLA School of Dentistry (1972 March).
 

Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo.

 

Hirsch, Werner Z. b.1920 June 10 - d.2009 July 10.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Economics (1963-1990) and founding director of UCLA Institute of Government and Public Affairs.
 

Hirshleifer, David A. b. 1958..

 

Hirshleifer, Jack.

 

Ho, Chih-Ming.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Hobbs, Douglas Stillman. b.1934 - d.2003.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Political Science.
 

Hoeber, Ralph C. b. 1898 - d. 1978..

 

Hoek, Eric.

 

Hollawder, Daniel.

 

Hood, Mantle.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Music; affiliated with the UCLA Institute of Ethnomusicology.
 

Hoover, Lou Henry. b.1874 - d.1944.

Additional Note

Wife of U.S. President Herbert Hoover; attended Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) 1891-1892, Junior class.
 

Hoover, Thelner. (UCLA 1930)

 

Horn, Andrew Harlis. b.1914 - d.1983.

 

Houk, Kendall N.

 

Hovannisian, Richard C.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History Department. Professor of Armenian and Near Eastern History; Associate Director of the Near Eastern Center at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
 

Howard, Tyrone.

 

Howland, Benjamin.

 

Huberfeld, Felicia.

 

Hughes, Kisa.

 

Hughes, Patricia J. b. 1943 - d. 2007..

 

Hundley, Norris Jr.

 

Hutchinson, John. b. 1921..

 

Hyry, Tom.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Library Special Collections (2010 March-2014 July).
 

Iacoboni, Marco.

 

Isherwood, Christopher. b.1906 August 26 - d..

Additional Note

UCLA University Extension lecture series (3 lectures), 1961 March; UCLA Regents' Lecturer, 1965 February 1 to June 10.
 

Jackson, James R. b. 1924 - d. 2011..

 

Jackson, John B. (UCLA 1927)

 

Jacobs, Michelle.

 

Jacoby, Neil H. b. 1909 - d. 1979..

 

Jacoby, Stanford M. b. 1953..

 

Jager, Eric.

 

Jairazbhoy, Nazir.

 

Jarvik, Murray. b. 1923 - d. 2008.

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

UCLA faculty, Psychiatry and Pharmacology and co-inventor of the nicotine patch.
 

Jelliffe, Eleanore Patrice.

 

Jennings, Thomas.

 

Jentsch, J. David.

 

Jessen, Raymond J. b. 1910 - d. 2003..

 

Johnson, Carroll.

 

Johnson, Eric E.

 

Johnson, Marques.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977.
 

Johnson, Walter Leland.

 

Jones, Andrew.

 

Jones, Marian Anne Bunker (UCLA 1949, M.A. 1954)

Additional Note

Marian Anne Bunker Jones was formerly the Getty Museum Secretary, Acting Curator, and Curator up through 1965 May 31.
 

Jones, Thomas William.

 

Jones, Thomas. b. 1944 Sep 8 - d. 2007 March 21.

 

Jonsson, Diana Gordon.

 

Jonsson, Kenneth Alan.

 

Jose, Margaret.

 

Juvonen, Jaana.

 

Kabrack, H. Ronald.

 

Kaesz, Herbert David. b.1933 January 4 - d.2012.

Physical Description: UCLA Chemistry Department (1960- )
 

Kahn, Barbara Balter (UCLA 1956).

Additional Note

1995 President of the Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.
 

Kantola, Bennett William.

 

Karagozian, Ann Renee.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Karmarker, Uday S.

 

Karrenbrock, Wilbert E.

 

Karst, Kenneth L.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Law.
 

Kasakhian, Isgouhi.

 

Katz, Madelyn. - d.2009.

 

Keddie, Nikki R. (Ragozin). b.1930-.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, History; Fellow American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1994).
 

Keeler, Emmett B.

 

Kellman, Philip.

 

Kelly, Robert E.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Kenan, Gil. (UCLA M.F.A. 2002)

Additional Note

UCLA thesis film 'Lark;' selected by Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg to direct animated commercial film 'Monster House' (2006).
 

Kennedy, George C. b.1920 - d.1980 March 18.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).
 

Kennel, Charles F.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Physics.
 

Kerckhoff, Louise E. d.1946.

 

Kerckhoff, William George. b.1856 March 30 - d.1929 February 22.

 

Kernan, Lisa D.

 

Kerr, Clark. b.1911 - d.2003.

Scope and Content Note

Includes President of the University of California inauguration program (1958 September 26).
 

Kessler, Jascha Frederick. b.1929 Nov. 27 -.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of English.
 

Key, Valdimer O., Jr.

Additional Note

UCLA Political Science faculty, 1933-1935.
 

Kingsley, Joseph H.

 

Kinnory, David S.

 

Kiraly, Karch.

Additional Note

UCLA men's volleyball team. NCAA All-Tournament Team: 1981, 1982.
 

Kirk, Stuart A.

 

Kissler, Gerald R.

Additional Note

Vice Provost, College of Letters and Science.
 

Knapp, Betsy Wood.

 

Knopoff, Leon. b.1925 - d.2011 January 20.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty in Geophysics and Physics; Research Musicologist in Ethnomusicology; UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer, 1972.
 

Koropeckyj, Roman.

 

Koyama, Janice.

Additional Note

Assistant/Associate University Librarian for Public Services (c.1991-2002); interim University Librarian (2002-August 2003).
 

Krachmalnick, Samuel J.

 

Kraus, Jess F.

 

Krauthammer, Marcel.

 

Krell, Heather V.

 

Kremenliev, Boris A. b. 1911 May 23 - d. 1988 Apr 25.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty in Music.
 

Kunene, Mazisi (Daniel P.).

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, African Languages.
 

La Kretz, Morton.

 

Ladefoged, Peter. b.1925 September 17 - d.2006 January 26.

Additional Note

UCLA Emeritus Professor of Linguistics. (1962-
 

Ladner, Gerhart B.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of History.
 

Laietsky [Lasky], Benjamin. b.1884 November 16 - d.1955.

Additional Note

First director of the uniformed UCLA Marching Band (hired c.1928). Also known as Benjamin Lasky.
 

Lake, James.

 

Lal, Deepak Kumar.

 

Lamson, Baldwin G.

Additional Note

Director of Hospitals and Clinics, Associate Dean of the School of Medicine.
 

Lao, Kan.

 

Larkin, James.

 

Lascelles, June.

 

Lasky, Benjamin. SEE: Laietsky, Benjamin.

 

Latham, Eric.

 

Lavine, Adrienne.

 

Leamer, Edward E.

 

LeBel, Alice Aileen Hall.

 

Lefkowitz, David.

 

Lehner, George.

 

Lenart, Yvonne. b.1915 - d.2010.

 

Lengyel, Judith.

 

Leslie, Ruth Annette (UCLA 1932)

Scope and Content

Includes Ruth A. Leslie's scrapbook (photographic prints, clippings, correspondence) of the April 1932 Pi Kappa Delta National Oratorial Contest at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
 

Leuchter, Andrew.

 

Levine, Gene Norman.

 

Lew, Jeffrey K.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Atmospheric Science.
 

Lew, Rod.

 

Lewin, David.

 

Lewin, Klaus.

 

Lewis, Benjamin G.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Trope Lewis, Rosalee Diane (UCLA 1942).
 

Lewis, Loren.

 

Liau, Linda.

 

Libby, Willard Frank.

 

Lichtheim, Miriam. b.1914 - d.2004.

 

Lichtman, David.

 

Liemert, Walter H.

Additional Note

Game announcer for UCLA football.
 

Lievrouw, Leah A.

 

Lifka, Thomas.

 

Light, Ivan.

 

Limon, Jose Arcadio (Attended UCLA 1927 Spring).

Additional Note

Jose Limon was the founder of Jose Limon and Dance Company.
 

Lindemann, Jens.

 

Linsman, Joseph Francis.

 

Liou, K.N.

 

Lippman, Steven A. b. 1943..

 

Liu, Jia-Ming.

 

Livingston, Monte E. (UCLA 1935). d.1998.

 

Livingston, Roseline Keen (UCLA 1937). b.1915 September 24 - d.2011 September 15.

 

Locks, Matthew Owen. d.2008.

 

Loeb, Sidney.

 

Loeblich-Tappaw, Helen Nina. b.1917 - d.2004.

 

Lofstedt, Bengt Torkel Magnus. b.1931 - d.2004.

 

Lokman, Lawrence H.

 

Long, Philomene.

 

Longman, Lester Duncan. b.1905 - d.1987 January 27.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Art; helped found the College of Fine Arts in 1960.
 

Longshore, Douglas Yale.

 

Lopez-Rodriguez, Faustino

 

Loukaitou-Sideris, Anastasia.

 

Lubetzky, Seymour. b.1898 April 28 - d.2003.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, School of Library Service; UC Regents Honorary Doctor of Laws (1969).
 

Luck, Jeff.

 

Lui, Tsun Yuen. b.1931 - d.2008.

 

Lyday, Dennis.

 

Lyder, Courtney.

 

Lysy, Antonio.

 

MacDonald, Glen.

 

MacFadyen, David.

 

Macías, Reynaldo.

 

Maderas, Nicole Monastersky.

 

Magoun, Horace Winchell. b.1907 - d.1991 Mar. 6.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Anatomy; 1950 - founding chair of UCLA Anatomy; founded the UCLA Brain Research Institute.
 

Mahler, Anna.

Additional Note

Sculptor; appointed UCLA Lecturer in Art 1951 September; daughter of Gustav Mahler (composer and conductor) and Anna Mahler-Werfel.
 

Maier, Guy. b.1892 - d.1956.

Additional Note

UCLA Lecturer in Music, Department of Music. (1947/1948 General Catalog).
 

Makdisi, Saree.

 

Mal, Ajit K.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Malcolm X.

Scope and Content Note

Includes surveillance file [produced by Federal Bureau of Investigation?] of Malcolm X's activities.

Additional Note

Formerly known as Malcolm K. Little. 1962 November 28 - Malcolm X visited UCLA to give lecture in Moore Hall on the Nation of Islam (NOI) [source: surveillance file, part 2, pg. 25]
 

Mamer, John W.

 

Mamoulian, Rouben.

 

Mancini, Henry.

 

Manczarek, Raymond Daniel (UCLA MA 1966).

Additional Note

Member of The Doors (rock band).
 

Mangione, Carol.

 

Manson, Joseph.

 

Marquardt, Donald.

 

Marti, Werner H. (UCLA 1943, Ph.D. 1953).

Additional Note

Member of Phi Kappa Psi; claims to be the first blind student to graduate from UCLA and the first blind student to recieve a Ph.D. from UCLA.
 

Martin, Neil.

 

Mason, Robert Hal.

 

Mason, Thomas G.

 

Masterson, Bernie Edward.

Additional Note

Appointed UCLA football backfield coach as of the 1941 season.
 

Mathias Hassler, Mildred Esther. b.1906 sep 19 - d.1995 feb 16.

Additional Note

UCLA Emeritus Professor of Botany.
 

Matsumoto, Valerie J.

 

Maverick, Lewis Adams. b.1891.

Additional Note

Lewis Adams Maverick was a faculty member in the Education Department (1921-1928) and in the Economics Department (1930- ). Includes issues of "The Condition of Business" - 1933 January (v.2:1) and 1933 February (v.2:2) - published by the UCLA Class in Business Cycles, L. A. Maverick, instructor.
 

May, Genevieve S. b.1909 - d.2004.

 

May, Philip R. A. b.1920-d.1986.

Physical Description: Psychiatry Department (1956-1986); Clinical Director of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute (1962-1970); selected as the first UCLA Della Martin Professor of Psychiatry (1983-1986).
 

Mayne, Thom.

 

Mays, Vickie.

 

McAllister, Frances Muriel Burt (UCLA 1932)

Additional Note

Includes a copy of "Journals of Frances B. McAllister, 1910-2008" with descriptions of student life at UCLA from 1930-1932.
 

McBain, Carl.

 

McBride, George McCutchen. b.1876 October 11 - d.1971 October 7.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Geography, 1922-1948.
 

McCann, Michael C.

 

McCarthy, James Howard. b.1911 June 4 - d.1975 February 11.

 

McClendon, Muriel.

 

McCormick, Mona. b.1930 - d.1994 June 30.

Additional Note

UCLA reference librarian.
 

McCracken, James T.

 

McCullough, James Douglas. b.1905 May 17 - d.1985 January 28.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus.
 

McCumber, John.

 

McCutchan, Joseph W. b.1917 December 24 - d.1982 October 15.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Chemical, Nuclear and Thermal Engineering Department.
 

McDermott, Anthony Xavior.

 

McDiarmid, Suzanne V.

 

McDonald, John.

 

McDonough, Patricia.

 

McElvy, Carl C.

Additional Note

UCLA Architect, c.1946-1963; name also spelled: McElvey.
 

McGrail, Michael Lance.

 

McLaren, Peter L.

 

McLean, Ephraim R. b. 1936..

 

McManus, George Stewart. b.1886-.

 

McMillan, William George, Jr. 1919 - 2002.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry; department chair, 1959-1965.
 

McNeese-Smith, Donna.

 

McWhinney, William Houston.

 

Medino, Carlo.

 

Melkanoff, Michel A.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Proposal for University of California Manufacturing Extension Program, Pilot Program. (1991 December).

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty in Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Dept. (School of Engineering and Applied Science)
 

Mellinkoff, David.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Law.
 

Memel, Sherwin L.

 

Meng, Mary Chow. - d.2010.

 

Meyerhoff, Hans. b.1914 - d.1965.

Additional Note

UCLA Philosophy Department.
 

Menkes, John H. - d.2008 nov 22.

 

Metev, Ivan.

 

Meyer, Robert J. b. 1952..

 

Meyers, Frederic. b. 1917 - d. 1999..

 

Mickey, Jean.

 

Migala, Pauline Gaynor (LASNS 1913, UCLA 1927). b.1892 December 20 -.

 

Miller, David H. (UCLA 1939, M.A. 1944, Ph.D. 1953). d.2006 October 20.

 

Miller, George Leslie. - d.2010.

 

Miller, Kevin M.

 

Mills, Anthony F. b.1938 January 21.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Millspaugh, Jesse F.

 

Millspaugh, Mary C.

 

Mingori, D. Lewis.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Mink, James Valentine. b.1923-.

Additional Note

Hired at UCLA as Assistant University Archivist, 1952 June; served as "Acting" University Archivist, c.1954-1964; became University Archivist, 1964-1972; promoted to Head of Special Collections & University Archivist, 1972; retired July 1, 1983.
 

Minkova, Donka.

 

Mischel, Paul.

 

Mitchell, Ann M.

 

Mitchell, Daniel J. B.

 

Mitchell-Kernan, Claudia.

Additional Note

UCLA Vice Chancellor Graduate Studies (c.1995- )
 

Mitoma, Judy.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, World Arts and Cultures; Director - Center for Intercultural Performance (World Arts and Cultures).
 

Mitsuyasu, Ronald.

 

Mittelbach, Frank G. b. 1924..

 

Mizrachi, Diane.

 

Mnookin, Jennifer.

 

Moldwin, Mark.

 

Molina, Kathy C.

 

Moore, Jean Macalister. b.1907 - d.2001 August 21.

Additional Note

Jean M. Moore served as the first art librarian, UCLA Library; wife of Everett T. Moore, former head of the UCLA Library Reference Department.
 

Moore, John Robert.

 

Moore, Steven.

 

Moore, Thomas C.

 

Morales, Armando Torres. b.1932 - d.2008.

 

Morgan, J.D. (UCLA 1941) b.1919 - d.1980 December 16.

Additional Note

J.D. Morgan served as Head Tennis Coach (1950-1963) and as Director of Athletics (1963 July-1980 June).
 

Morris, Harry n.d..

 

Morrison, James Douglas "Jim" (UCLA 1965 August). b.1943 - d.1971.

Additional Note

Attended UCLA from 1964 September to 1965 August; member of The Doors (rock band; The Doors were previously called Rick and the Ravens).
 

Mortensen, Richard Edgar.

 

Moseley, Walter Strong (UCLA 1971).

 

Moss, Thelma Schnee (UCLA Ph.D. 1966)

 

Muller, Brian Reid.

 

Mulroy, Kevin.

Additional Note

Appointed Associate University Librarian for Academic Services, 2008 November.
 

Muntz, Richard R.

 

Murakami, Momoko.

 

Murphy, Franklin David. b.1916 jan 29 - d.1994 jun 16.

Additional Note

UCLA Chancellor (1960 September 23-1968).
 

Murphy, George G. S.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Economics.
 

Murphy, Judith Harris (Mrs. Franklin D. Murphy). b.1917- d.1998.

 

Murphy, Marianne.

 

Nabokov, Peter.

 

Nathanson, Gloria.

 

Nattiv, Aurelia.

 

Neelin, J. David.

 

Nefkens, Bernard M.

 

Nel, Andre.

 

Nelson, Ernest.

 

Neutra, Richard Josef. b.1892 - d.1970.

Scope and Content Note

Includes information on the UCLA Richard Neutra Memorial Lecture.

Additional Note

Neutra was a Los Angeles-based architect.
 

Newcomer, Victor D. b.1916 April 5 - d.2002 March 15.

Additional Note

Professor of Medicine/Dermatology, 1961-1973.
 

Newsom, Jeanne Williams.

 

Nichols, Mary D.

 

Nickelsburg, Gerald (Jerry).

 

Nicols, Alfred. b. 1917 - d. 2011..

 

Nixon, Charles Robert. b.1917 August 9.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor Political Science, 1947-[c.1998].
 

Nobe, Ken. b.1925 August 26.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department.
 

Noble, Howard S. b. 1893 - d. 1964..

 

Nofziger, Edward C. (UCLA 1936)

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings of Nofziger's UCLA-related cartoons and cartoons published by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
 

Norman, Jerry.

 

Norton, Frank E. b. 1918 - d. 2005..

 

Nuiver, Marc.

 

Nunis, Doyce B., Jr.

 

Nussbaum, Felicity.

 

Oakes, Daniel.

 

Oakes, Jeannie. 2000s.

Language of Material: English
 

Oakley, Charles W. (Duke). 2000s.

Language of Material: English
 

Oberg, Ruth Vivian (UCLA 1935). Diary. 1931-1933; 1934; 1932.

Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 2.0 folders
 

Obichere, Boniface I. 1933-1997.

Language of Material: English
 

O'Blath, Robert. Photographs. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

O'Brian, Phillip. Photograph. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

O'Brien, Patricia (Pat). n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

O'Brien, Philip F., Photograph. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

Obst, Frances M. 1909-1988.

Language of Material: English
 

O'Byrne, Kathy. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

Ochoa, Ralph M. 1998 February.

Language of Material: English
 

Ochs, Elinor. 1998.

Language of Material: English
 

O'Conner, Garrett. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

O'Connor, Carroll. 1964.

Language of Material: English
 

Odim, Jonah. 1998.

Language of Material: English
 

O'Donnell, Cyril J. b. 1900 - d. 1976..

 

Oertel, Gerhard F.H. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

Ogawa, Rikke. n.d..

Language of Material: English
 

Ogden, Elma. Photograph. n.s..

Additional Note

UCLA football, 1993-1995 seasons.
 

Ohanian, Lee.

 

Ohen, Don. Photographs. 1953.

Language of Material: English
 

Okada, John. 1967-1968.

Language of Material: English
 

Okrent, David. 1990.

Language of Material: English
 

Olian, Judy D.

 

Olsen, Steven.

 

Oppenheimer, Valerie Kincade. b.1932 October 25 - d.2009 November 2.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty Sociology, 1968-1994.
 

Orchard, Henry John. b.1922 - d.2004.

 

Orfield, Gary.

 

Osaga, William M.

 

Osborne, Alfred E. Jr. b. 1944..

 

Ornstein, Stanley I. b. 1939..

 

Ostrovsky, Rafail

 

Ostrum, Elinor (UCLA 1954, M.A. 1962, PhD. 1965).

Additional Note

Ostrum received the 2009 Nobel Prize for Economics.
 

Ouchi, William G. b. 1943..

 

Ovbiagble, Bruce.

 

Paasonen, Aino.

 

Pacht, Jerry.

 

Packer, Sonya H.

 

Pagdin, Anthony.

 

Pagen, William.

 

Panunzio, Constantine M. b.1884 October 5 - d.1964 August 6.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Sociology; first faculty to teach sociology (also known as social science) at UCLA (1931).
 

Papalexis, Nancy.

 

Park, Kyeyoung.

 

Parker, Keith.

 

Parker, Neil.

 

Parker, Robert George.

 

Parker, Susan.

Additional Note

Deputy University Librarian & Chief Financial Officer (appointed 2005 March).
 

Pateman, Carole.

 

Patton, Barbara. d.2004.

 

Penman, Doris T.

 

Perrine, Richard Leroy. b.1924 May 15.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Environmental Science and Engineering Program.
 

Peter, Michael Edward.

 

Peters, Elaine.

 

Pettitt, Roger Carlyle.

 

Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. b.1921-.

Additional Note

Speaker at Univeristy of California Charter Day (1966 March 14).
 

Pickett, Velma B. (UCLA 1935).

Additional Note

Member of 'Daily Bruin" staff as an undergraduate; linguist, Ph.D. 1959 University of Michigan.
 

Pierskalla, William. b. 1934..

 

Pimentel, Rosa.

 

Pomraning, Gerald C. b.1936 February 23 - d.1999 February 6.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
 

Ponce, Walter.

 

Popek, Gerald.

 

Posnansky, Merrick.

 

Post, Jonathan.

 

Postley, John.

 

Postley, Judy Colyer (UCLA 1945)

 

Powell, Lawrence Clark. b.1906 September 3 - d.2001 March 14.

Additional Note

UCLA Librarian (1944-1961); Director, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (1944-1966) founder and Dean, UCLA School of Library Service (1959-1966).
 

Png, Ivan P. L. b. 1957..

 

Prasow, Paul. b. 1915 - d. 1982..

 

Preloran, Jorge. b.1933.

Additional Note

UCLA Theater, Film, & Television faculty (UCLA Ethnographic Film Program).
 

Propst, William S.

 

Prothro, J. Thompson "Tommy." b.1920 July 20 - d.1995 May 14.

Additional Note

UCLA football backfield coach, 1949-1955; UCLA football coach, 1965-1971.
 

Putnam, A. Evelyn. b.1908 February 8 - d.1998.

Additional Note

Wife of William C. Putnam, UCLA Faculty-Geology.
 

Putterman, Seth.

 

Rada, Edward Louis. 1916-2005.

 

Raia, Anthony P. b. 1928 - d. 2012..

 

Ramsey, James Blaine. b.1892 April 20 - d.1965 October 16.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, 1923-1965.
 

Rankin, Jeffrey.

 

Rapp, Claudia.

 

Ratcliff, Ryan.

 

Raustiala, Kai.

 

Ray, Don.

 

Razavi, Behzah.

 

Reid, Henry G.

 

Retter, Yolanda.

 

Reuben, David B.

 

Reynolds, William Alonzo.

Additional Note

UCLA student 1933 September to 1934 [January?]. Joined UCLA student Albert Wilkin Hamilton in declaring conscientious objector status regarding compulsory courses offered by the UCLA Military Science and Tactics Dept. (affiliated with the Reserve Officer Training Corps/ROTC); see: U.S. Supreme Court case Hamilton v. Regents of the University of California (1934).
 

Rice, Thomas H.

 

Rice, Thomas M.

 

Richard, Olga.

 

Richlin, Amy.

 

Richman, Barry. d. 1978..

 

Ridley, Florence.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of English.
 

Rieber, Charles Henry. b.1966 - d.1948.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Philosophy; namesake of Rieber Hall.
 

Rigler, Leo George. b.1896 - d.1979.

 

Riley, Angela.

 

Rimer, David G.

 

Ringach, Dario.

 

Ringer, Lee.

 

Robbins, George W. b. 1905 - d. 1994..

 

Roberts, John Dombrowski.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry.
 

Roberts, Polly.

 

Robinson, Jack Roosevelt (Jackie). b.1919 - d.1972.

Additional Note

Attended UCLA 1939-1941.
 

Robinson, Lawrence Baylor. b.1919 September 14 - d.2005 March 21.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Chemical Engineering.
 

Robinson, Rachel.

 

Robinson, William S.

 

Rodgers, Frank "Pepper."

Additional Note

UCLA football Head Coach 1971-1973.
 

Rodriguez, Larissa V.

 

Rodriguez-Cepeda, Enrique.

 

Rogers, John.

 

Rogowski, Ronald.

 

Rose, Linda.

 

Rose, Mike.

 

Rosenbaum, Winifred Smith.

 

Rosenstein, Betty Rose Lebell (UCLA 1943).

Scope and Content Note

Includes Rosenstein's written recollections of a date, in 1941 while a student at UCLA.
 

Ross, Karl T.

 

Ross, Maria Rowena.

 

Rouse, Richard.

 

Roy, William.

 

Rubsamen, Walter H.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Music.
 

Rumelt, Richard P.

 

Ruskin, Arnold.

 

Russell, Christopher T.

 

Ryan, Mary Josephine.

 

Ryan, Terry (Theresa).

Additional Note

1986 - Head, ORION User Services (OUS).
 

Sachs, Carolyn.

 

Sandbrook, John.

 

Sandeen, Cathy A.

 

Sanders, Henry R. "Red."

Additional Note

UCLA football coach, 1949-1957.
 

Sanlo, Ronni.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Campus Resource Center.
 

Saposnik, Arieh.

 

Sarin, Rakesh K.

 

Sarnat, Bernard G. b.1912 September 1.

Additional Note

Professor of Oral Biology (UCLA School of Dentristry).
 

Sawhill, Clarence E. b.1906 November 5.

Additional Note

Clarence Sawhill, UCLA Band Director (1952-1972).
 

Sawyer, Charles H. "Tom" b. 1915 - d. 2006.

 

Saxon, Andrew.

 

Saxon, David Stephen. b.1920 - d.2005.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Physics; University of California President, 1975-1983.
 

Schauwecker, Frederick. b.1896 August 31 - d.1975 February 1.

Additional Note

Frederick Schauwecker, piano accompianist, taught at UCLA Extension.
 

Scherrei, Rita A.

 

Schill, Michael H.

 

Schmidt, Warren. b. 1920..

 

Schnall, Peter.

 

Schoenberg, Arnold.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Music (1936-1944); Faculty Research Lecturer (1941).
 

Schoenfield, Leslie Jack.

 

Schollhammer, Hans.

 

Schoppe, J. Palmer. b.1912 - d.2001.

Additional Note

UCLA Lecturer in Theater Arts.
 

Schwartz, Teri.

 

Schwartz, Thomas.

 

Scothorn, Carol.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Dance.
 

Scott, Allen J.

 

Scott, David.

 

Searle Leach, Juda.

 

Seeds, Corrinne A. b.1889-d.1969.

Additional Note

Principal of the University Elementary School (UES), 1925-1957.
 

Seeger, Charles Louis, Jr. b.1886 December 14.

Additional Note

UCLA Regents' Professor in Department of Music, 1961 July-1962 January; Lecturer in Music, 1962 January-1963 June.
 

Segert, Stanislav.

 

Seidman, Dou.

 

Sellars, Peter.

 

Sellin, Paul Roland.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of English.
 

Serafetinides, Jean Rawlinson. b.1930 March 19 - d.2011 June 18.

 

Setzer, Dawn.

 

Sharpe, Jenny.

 

Shaw, Stanford J.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: "Report of the Committee on Academic Freedom to the Academic Senate on Issues of Academic Freedom Arising Out of Threats To and Demonstrations Against Professor Stanford Shaw" (1983 February 8).

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of History.
 

Shearer, Harry Julius (UCLA 196_) b.1943 December 23.

Additional Note

Reporter for "Daily Bruin" (1961).
 

Sheehan, Vivian (Joseph).

 

Sheldon, Sidney.

 

Shelton, Cynthia.

Additional Note

Associate University Librarian for Collections and Technical Services (appointed September 1999).
 

Shelton, John P. b. 1920..

 

Shideler, Ross.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Comparative Literature and Scandinavian Studies. Appointed Associate Dean to Graduate Division 2003 Dec. 1.
 

Shneidman, Edwin S. (UCLA 1938, M.A. 1940) b.1918 May 13 - d.2009 May.

Additional Note

UCLA Prof. of Medical Psychology (1970-1975, Neuropsychiatric Institute); UCLA Professor of Thanatology (1975-1988, Neuropsychiatric Institute). Founder of the Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center (1958) and the American Association of Suicidology (1968).
 

Shorter, David Delgado.

 

Simmons, James Quimby.

 

Simpson, Mona.

 

Skerritt, Thomas A.

Additional Note

Actor; attended UCLA as an undergraduate student 1960/1961 and 1961/1962 academic years.
 

Slater, James Arthur.

Additional Note

Sir James Arthur Slater (M.P.) gave the 1938 Charter Day address at UCLA.
 

Slavenska, Mia Corak. b.1916 - d.2002 October 5.

Additional Note

Faculty member: Dance Department, [1969-1983?]; former ballerina with Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
 

Slichter, Louis Byrne. b.1896 - d.1978.

Physical Description: Includes audio recording of March 1963 UCLA Faculty Lecture: "Gravity Observations and the Dynamics of the Earth."

Additional Note

UCLA Emeritus Professor of Geophysics; Director, UCLA Institute of Geophysics; UC Thirty-eighth Annual Faculty Lecturer "Gravity Observations and the Dynamics of the Earth," 1963 March. SEE ALSO: Slichter Hall in Subject Files (Reference Collection)
 

Smith, Amy.

Additional Note

UCLA Library Director of Development (appointed 2004 August).
 

Smith, Arthur L. see: Asanti, Molefi.

 

Smith, Dave.

 

Smith, Gjertrud Hjorth (UCLA 1930).

Scope and Content Note

Includes Gjertrud Hjorth Smith's (UCLA 1930) recollections of student life at the Vermont Ave. campus, the move to the Westwood campus, the UCLA Bond election, and the 1930 graduation ceremony at the Hollywood Bowl. (typed letter, 3 pgs., dated 1966 November 17)
 

Smith, Homer Austin. b.1931 October 9 - d.2011 April 10.

Additional Note

UCLA assistant football coach: offensive backfield coach (1973- ); offensive coordinator (1980- ).
 

Smith, Keith V. b. 1937 - d. 2011..

 

Smith, Laurence C.

 

Smith, Owen I. b.1946 January 18.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
 

Smith, Page. [Charles Page Smith] b.1917-d.1995.

Additional Note

UCLA History faculty (1952-1964); founding Provost of Coswell College, University of California, Santa Cruz (1964).
 

Smith, Wilbur J. (Jordan)

 

Snyder, Allegra Fuller.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty Dance Department: dean, UCLA School of the Arts; research in dance ethnology.
 

Sokolnikoff, Ivan Stephan.

Physical Description: 1 folder

Additional Note

UCLA mathematics professor 1946 - 1965.
 

Soll, Sidney. b.1911 - d.2008.

 

Solmon, Lewis C. d.2007.

Additional Note

UCLA Education Professor; Dean, UCLA Graduate School of Education (1985-1991).
 

Solomon, Robert C.

 

Solorio, Rosa.

 

Sorenson, Olav J. b. 1969..

 

Sork, Victoria.

 

Soto, Raymond.

 

Spaulding, William Henry. 1880 May 4 - 1966 October.

Additional Note

William H. (Bill) Spaulding served as UCLA football coach from 1925-1938; in 1938 Spaulding retired from coaching to become the UCLA athletic director.
 

Speroni, Carmela Corica.

Additional Note

Served as President of the UCLA Art Council.
 

Speroni, Charles. b.1911-d.1984.

Additional Note

Dean, College of Fine Arts (1968-1979).
 

Speyer, Jason L.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Spicer, Leslie.

 

Sproul, Ida Amelia Wittschen. b.1891.

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon.

Additional Note

President of the University of California.

Scope and Content

Includes fifteen (15) letters, 1942-1963, from Robert G. Sproul to Rosalie Trope Lewis (UCLA 1942).
 

St.John, Kristen.

 

Starkie, Walter Fitzwilliam. b.1894 August 9 - d.1976 November 2.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Spanish; Center for the Study of Comparative Folklore and Mythology.
 

Staton, Paul.

 

Stein, Jules Ceasar. b.1896-.

 

Steiner, George A. b. 1912..

 

Steinitz, Kate Traumann. b.1889 - c.1975.

Additional Note

In 1941 Steinmetz became the Librarian for Elmer Belt's collection of Leonardo da Vinci. The Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana was donated to the UCLA Library by Belt in 1961.
 

Stevenson, Brenda.

 

Stevenson, Robert M.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Musicology, Emeritus.
 

Stoutmeyer, Vernon T. b.1905 January 9.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Botany (College of Agriculture); Professor of Agricultural Sciences; Associate Director of the California Agriculture Experiment Station. Stoutmeyer retired from UCLA in 1972.
 

Stoutmeyer, Vernon T. b.1905 january 9.

 

Stowell, Timothy.

 

Straus, Ernst Gabor. b. 1922 - d. 1983.

Additional Note

Member of the UCLA Department of Math faculty from 1948 to 1983.
 

Strode, Woodrow Wilson Woolwine "Woody" (UCLA attended 1936/37-1939/40). b.1914 July 25 - d.1994 December 31.

Additional Note

UCLA football player and film actor.
 

Strong, Gary E.

Additional Note

UCLA University Librarian (2003 September - 2012 December).
 

Suchard, Marc

 

Sumner, Anne (UCLA 1926). b.1904 July - d.2008 February 9.

 

Sundquist, Eric J.

 

Sussman, Eric.

 

Svenson, Elwin Victor. b.1926 February 12.

Additional Note

UCLA Vice Chancellor for Institutional Relations (appointed 1975 July).
 

Szego, Claire (Clara) M. b.1916.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty Biology Department (Division of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology).
 

Takasugi Mitsuo. b.1928 - d.2008.

 

Tamanoi, Mariko.

 

Tangherlini, Timothy.

 

Tannenbaum, Robert. b. 1915 - d. 2003..

 

Taylor, Angus Ellis. d.1911-d.1999.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Mathematics Department; chairman of the University of California Academic Senate (1964); University of California vice president of Academic Affairs (appointed 1965); Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz (1976-1977). Includes: three (3) unpublished autobiographical chapters pertaining to Taylor's years at UCLA; eulogy for Mary Kathleen Lapham Taylor (b.1910 - d.1982), wife of Angus E. Taylor.
 

Thomas, Dominic.

 

Thomas, Evalyn Ann. b.1870 - d.1950.

Additional Note

Los Angeles State Normal School faculty in Reading; UCLA faculty in English. Produced and directed numerous student productions of Greek tragedy from c.1916 to 1938.
 

Thompson, Harland (Hal) B.

 

Thornberg, Christopher.

 

Tietze, Andreas.

 

Titcomb, Lillian Ray. b.1873-d.1974.

Additional Note

UCLA physician for women, 1919-1942; B.A. Stanford University, 1897; M.A. Stanford University, 1901; M.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1908.
 

Titman, Sheridan D. b. 1954..

 

Traweek, Sharon.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History Department.
 

Trope Lewis, Rosalee Diane (UCLA 1942).

Additional Note

Rosalee Diane Trope was college poet laureate of California. SEE ALSO: Lewis, Benjamin G.; Sproul, Robert Gordon.
 

Tucker, Alan M.

 

Turner, Ralph H.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Sociology Department.
 

Turner, Roderick d.2004.

 

Tyler, Louise L. d.2004.

 

Valentine, William Newton. b.1917 September 29.

 

Van Valkenburgh, Blaire.

 

Vermeil, Dick. b.1936 October 30.

Additional Note

Dick Vermeil served as a UCLA assistant football coach in 1970 and as UCLA's head football coach during the 1974 and 1975 seasons.
 

Villaraigosa, Antonio.

 

Voge, Marietta.

Scope and Content Note

UCLA Professor of Microbiology and Immunology.
 

von Grunebaum, Gustave Edmund. b.1909-d.1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: 'The real significance of Iran's 2,500-year anniversary,' 1971 November (typescript).

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of History and Director, Near Eastern Center.
 

Vosper, Robert Gordon. b.1913 - d.1994.

 

Vroon, Ronald.

 

Vryonis, Speros.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History Department.
 

Wade, Ronald Ellis.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters and memos (photocopies) regarding the 1976 theft of materials from the UCLA Dept. of Special Collections.

Additional Note

Wade pleaded guilty on 1976 August 31 to having stolen 150+ historical documents and letters from the UCLA Department of Special Collections. The trial was held in the Los Angeles County Superior Court before Judge Pearce Young.
 

Ward, Donald J. b.1930 - d.2004.

 

Warren, Stafford Leak. b.1896 - d.1981.

Scope and Content Note

Includes audio recording of Stafford L. Warren's memorial service (1981 October 2).

Additional Note

First dean of UCLA School of Medicine (1947-1963).
 

Washington, A. Eugene.

 

Washington, Kenneth "Kenny" Stanley (UCLA 1941). b.1918 August 31 - d.1971 June 24.

Additional Note

UCLA football player; was the first UCLA football player to be designated a consensus All-American; was voted UCLA football team's MVP [most valuable player] in 1939.
 

Watstein, Sarah.

Additional Note

UCLA Library Associate University Librarian for Research and Instructional Services (2005 March 28).
 

Wazzan, A. R. (Ahmed Rassem) Frank. b.1935 October 17.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department.
 

Webster, Gordon.

 

Weinreich, Max.

Additional Note

Max Weinreich, visiting UCLA professor who taught courses in Yiddish folk literature and Yiddish linguistics (Summer 1948), UCLA Dept. of German; research director of YIVO, Yiddish Scientific Institute of New York City.
 

Wells, Dorothy Viola. b.1916 - d.2004.

 

Werner, Gloria S.

Scope and Content Note

Includes audio interview (1983 October 18).

Additional Note

UCLA University Librarian, 1990 June-2002 June.
 

Werner, Newton Davis. b.1934 June 18 - d.2000 October 3.

 

Weston, J. Frederick. b. 1916 - d. 2009..

 

West, Louis Jolyon, M.D. b.1924 October 6 - d.1999 January 2.

Biography/History

Louis Jolyon "Jolly" West, chair of the UCLA Department of Behavioral Sciences and director of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI), 1969-1988.

Scope and Content

Includes: Neuropsychiatric Grand Rounds Tribute to Louis Jolyon West, 1999 March 2 (video tape recording - two VHS cassettes).
 

White, Kari Windingstad.

 

White, Kathryn Perdew.

 

Whitman, Alfred Russell. b.1882 - d.1940.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Geology.
 

Whybrow, Peter C.

 

Wight, Frederic S. b.1902 June 1 - d..

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Art, Director of the [Art] Galleries (1953-1972).
 

Wildman, Samuel Goodnow.

 

Williams, Harold M. b. 1928..

 

Williams, Robert M. b. 1913 - d. 2001..

Biography/History

Williams was founder and director of the UCLA Business Forecasting Project from 1952-1981; Business Forecasting Project later renamed Anderson Forecast.
 

Willison, Bruce G.

 

Wilson, Charles Z., Jr.

Additional Note

UCLA Assistant Vice Chancellor, Education Planning (1968-1970); UCLA Vice Chancellor Academic Programs (1970-1984).
 

Wilson, James Q. b. 1931 - d. 2012..

 

Wilson, Howard E.

Additional Note

Dean, UCLA School of Education, 1955 July.
 

Wilson, Rayma Bess (UCLA 1932).

Additional Note

Participated in 1928 Olympics (track) and held world's record for 800 meter event.
 

Winstein, Saul. d.1969.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, 1941-1969.
 

With, Karl Eberhard. b.1891 - d.1980.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Department of Art (Art History).
 

Witte, Owen N.

Additional Note

UCLA Distinguished Profession Microbiology, Immunology adn Molecular Genetics; UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer (2007 November 8).
 

Wolfe, Nathan.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Epidemiology.
 

Wolfenstein, Eugene Victor. b. 1940 July 9 - d.2010 December 15.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Political Science and psychoanalyst.
 

Wortham, Thomas.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, English.
 

Wright, Edward.

 

Xi, Jianzhong.

 

Yaghi, Omar

 

Yamazaki, James N.

Additional Note

Clinical Professor in Pediatrics.
 

Yang, Chuan-Kwang (CK) b. 1933 - d.2007.

 

Yang, Daniel C.H.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Young, Charles Edward. b.1931 December 30 -.

Additional Note

UCLA Chancellor (1968 September 1 to 1997 June 30).
 

Young, Colin. b.1927-.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor Theater Arts (1957-1970); head of UCLA Motion Picture Division (1964-1965); Theater Arts department chair (1965-1970).
 

Young, Kevin.

 

Young, Sue K. b.1932 - d.2001.

Additional Note

Wife of UCLA Chancellor Charles E. Young.
 

Zhong, Xiaolin.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department(Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Zide, Harry A. b.1909 - d.2010.

 

Biographical Files - Photographs. Series 2. 1882-.

 

Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem [Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor] (UCLA 1969).

 

Aboody, David.

 

Ackerman, Page. b.1912 June 30 - d.2006 February 28.

Additional Note

UCLA reference librarian, 1949-1954; Assistant/Associate University Librarian for budget and personnel, 1954-1973; UCLA University Librarian, 1973-1977.
 

Ackerman, William C.

 

Adams, Captain.

 

Adams, Forrest H.

Additional Note

UCLA Pediatric Cardiology Professor.
 

Adderley, Julian "Cannonball."

Scope and Content Note

Includes publicity photograph relating to UCLA's Julian "Cannonball" Adderley Benefit Concert.
 

Adizes, Ichak. b. 1937..

 

Adsit, Ted.

 

Agajanian, Larry. 1967.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Ahmadi, Reza H.

 

Alam El Din, Ibrahim.

 

Allen, Bennet.

 

Allen, Edward.

 

Allen, Leroy.

 

Allen, M.G.

 

Allen, Raymond B.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Chancellor Allen's office staff Christmas Party (1952, 1953).
 

Altenburg, Kurt. 1963-1964.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Altman, Pat.

 

Andersen, Theodore A. b. 1920..

 

Anderson, Diana W.

 

Anderson, John E. b. 1917 - d. 2011..

 

Anderson, Laura.

 

Andrews, Robert B.

 

Andrusyshyn, Zenon. 1967.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Appleman, David.

 

Arlt, Gustav O.

 

Arrillaga, Randy.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.
 

Ashbaugh, James Graham.

 

Ashe, Arthur (UCLA 1965).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of Ashe on UCLA varsity tennis team.
 

Ashford, Evelyn.

Additional Note

Participated in the 1984 Olympics (track: 100 and 400 meters).
 

Atsatt, Sara Rodgers.

 

Backhouse, Judith.

 

Bailey, Kenneth P. (UCLA Ph.D. 1938)

Additional Note

Bailey received the first UCLA doctorate: Ph.D. in History, 1938; dissertation title: The Ohio Company of Virginia.
 

Bair, J.A.

 

Baisden, Richard N.

 

Baker, Marjorie.

 

Baldwin, [ ? ].

 

Ball, Gordon.

 

Ballou, Mike. 1967.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Barber, Lloyd Delos.

Scope and Content Note

Includes an image of the interior of Delos' Westwood campus construction office.

Additional Note

Appointed by the University of California Regents as the supervising architect (1926-1935) during the construction of UCLA's Westwood campus.
 

Barja, Cesar.

 

Barker, M.J.

 

Barker, Wiley F.

Additional Note

UCLA Clinical Professor of Surgery.
 

Barlow, Bob.

 

Barnes, Ralph. b. 1900 - d. 1984..

 

Bartlett, Emely.

 

Baugh, Ruth.

 

Beban, Gary.

 

Beban, Gary.

Additional Note

UCLA football quarterback, 1965(?)-1967 seasons.
 

Beck, Paul J. b. 1951..

 

Beebe, Elinor Lee.

 

Beerman, Leonard I.

 

Bell, Clifford.

 

Bellamy, A.

 

Benartzi, Shromo.

 

Bennett, Charles [B.?].

 

Bennett, Charles [F., Jr.?].

 

Bennett, Charles.

 

Beranek, William.

 

Bergstrom, Karen.

 

Bernardo, Antonio.

 

Bialoglawsky, Joseph.

 

Bibby, Henry.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1970, 1971, 1972.
 

Bigelow, [ ? ].

 

Bikhehandani, Sushil.

 

Billington, Barry.

 

Bjork, David K.

 

Blacet, F.E.

 

Blakey, Roy.

 

Blanchard, Frederick Thomas.

 

Blanco De Neve, Jose M.

 

Blok, Jack.

 

Boelter, L.M.K. [Llewelyn Michael Kraus].

 

Boggert, Charles Mitchill.

 

Boje, David M. b. 1947..

 

Bolden, Bill. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Bolton, Laura.

 

Bontemps, Arna.

 

Boonsaith, Boonan.

 

Booth, Bradford A.

 

Bounet, Paul.

 

Bovard, John F.

 

Bowen, Brent.

 

Bowman, Donald.

 

Boyd, Barbara.

 

Boyer, Paul D.

 

Bradbury, Ray.

Additional Note

In 1950 and 1953 writer Ray Bradbury used the former UCLA Library typewriter rental room to compose his novel "Farenheit 451."
 

Bradford, Leland.

 

Bradley, Omar. [U.S. General]

Additional Note

SEE: Commencement, 1948 (Photograph Collection)
 

Bradley, Thomas "Tom." (UCLA attended 1937-1940)

Scope and Content Note

Includes image of Tom Bradley Admininstrative Files Project Team,1997 March (UCLA Library Dept. of Special Collections).

Additional Note

Mayor of Los Angeles, 1973-1993.
 

Brainerd, [ ? ].

 

Bratton, Truman R.

 

Breck, [ ? ].

 

Brennan, Michael J. b. 1942..

 

Brenner, Robert b.1943.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, History (U.S. Economic Historian).
 

Breslow, Lester.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor and Dean, School of Public Health.
 

Broesamle, William H. b. 1942..

 

Brown, Edmund G. ("Pat").

 

Brown, Joe E.

 

Brown, William F.

 

Brownwell, Keith W.

 

Bruman, Henry.

 

Bryan, Elizabeth.

 

Buchannan, Frances.

 

Buchele, [ ? ].

 

Buchele, [ ? ].

 

Buckley, John W. b. 1934 - d. 2012..

 

Bucklin, Randolph E.

 

Buell, L.M.

 

Buettner, Konrad.

 

Buffa, Elwood S. b. 1923 - d. 2005..

 

Bugental, Robert.

 

Bunche, John.

 

Bunche, Ralph Johnson. (UCLA 1927) b.1904 - d.1971.

 

Bunting, Allison.

 

Burleson, G.L.

 

Burnett, Carol. (attended UCLA 1951-1954) b.1933 April 26.

Additional Note

Actress, comedienne, singer.
 

Burns, E. Bradford. b.1932 August 28 - d.1995 December 19.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, History.
 

Burns, Leland S.

 

Burns, Robert I., S.J. b.1921 August 16 - d.2008 November 22.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of History.
 

Bush, Jim. n.d..

Additional Note

Track and Field men
 

Bynum, Lindley.

 

Caldwell, Robert.

 

Cameron, Paul. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Campbell, Lily Bess.

 

Campbell, Robert.

 

Campbell, William Wallace.

 

Campbell, William Wallace. 1862-1938.

Additional Note

Tenth (10th) University of California President, 1923-1930.
 

Caplan, Jerry.

 

Carmon, [ ? ].

 

Carpenter, Charles M.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Infectious Diseases; first chairman of the Dept. of Infectious Diseases.
 

Carrabino, Joseph. b. 1923 - d. 2007..

 

Cassady, Ralph Jr. b. 1900 - d. 1978..

 

Castagna, Edwin.

 

Cates, Gilbert. b.1934 - d.2011.

 

Caughey, John Walton.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor History Department.
 

Chaix, Alfred V.

 

Champion, Cornell. 1964.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Chase, Joseph.

 

Cheadle, Vernon I.

 

Chen, Peter Pin-Shan. b. 1947..

 

Chowdhry, Bhagwan.

 

Christian, Peggy.

 

Christianson, Bob. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Churchill, [ ? ].

 

Claman, Alan. 1966.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Clark, James V.

 

Cloonan, Michele Valerie.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Information Studies.
 

Coldren, Fanny.

 

Collins, Katherine Estelle.

 

Coney, Donald.

 

Connery, Maurice.

 

Consales, Judy.

Additional Note

Director of the Louise Darling Biomedical Library (appointed c.2004).
 

Cooper, Lee G. b. 1944..

 

Copenhaver, Brian.

 

Corbett, Charles.

 

Corday, Eliot.

 

Corley, J.H.

 

Cornell, Bradford. b. 1947..

 

Cornell, Ralph D.

 

Cowles, Ray.

 

Cram, Donald J.

 

Crandall, Barbara.

 

Crandell [Crandall], Alice "Ma" Weller.

 

Crocker, William Henry.

 

Croft, Robert.

 

Cromwell, Leslie.

 

Crossland, James.

 

Crum, Denny. n.d..

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Crummett, [ ? ].

 

Crump, Nadine.

Additional Note

Served as the first administrator of the Los Angeles Office of the University of California Extension Division, 1917 August.
 

Cubberly, Hazel.

 

Culbert, Samuel A.

 

Cunningham, Gary. n.d..

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Cunningham, Thomas J.

 

Cureton, Mickey. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Currie, [ ? ].

 

Currim, Imran S. b. 1951..

 

Curtis, Philip C.

 

Dabagh, Thomas Suren. b.1903 February 12.

Additional Note

Associate Professor of Law and Law Librarian, 1949-1950; Director of the UCLA Law Library, 1950-1951 June.
 

Dakan, Arthur.

 

Dalton, Melville.

 

Darby, Michael.

 

Darcus, Roy M.

 

Davis, Angela.

 

Davis, Booker T.

 

Davis, Edna.

Additional Note

Librarian, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
 

Davis, Hiram Logan.

Additional Note

Head, College Library, 1976-1979.
 

Daye, Darren.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.
 

De Groot, [ ? ].

 

De Silva, Gallay.

 

Deane, Martha.

 

De La Torre, Jose. b. 1943..

 

Denitz, Herm.

 

Dewey, John.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1930 March 26 image taken one day prior to the dedication ceremonies of UCLA's Westwood campus (March 27 & 28, 1930).
 

Dhir, Vijay K. b.1943 April 14.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty and Chair, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science).
 

Diamond, Jared Mason. b.1937 September 10.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty in Physiology (School of Medicine); MacArthur Fellow (1985); UCLA Faculty Research Lecturer (1996); 1998 Pulitzer Prize for "Guns, Germs, and Steel: the Fates of Human Society."
 

Dick, Hugh G.

 

Dickson, Edward A.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photograph of: Earl Warren (California Governor), Stafford L. Warren (Dean, UCLA Medical School), and Edward A. Dickson (University of California Regent) at groundbreaking of UCLA Medical Center(?), c.1951.
 

Dill, Hellen C.

 

Dodd, Paul A.

 

Dodson, Leigh Marian.

 

Dolch, A.K.

 

Dole, William.

 

Domiguez, John R.

 

Donahue, Terry.

 

Donahue, Terry. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men (player 1965-1966, coach 1971-1995)
 

Donnan, Christopher B.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Anthropology; Director of the UCLA Museum of Cultural History.
 

Dorcus, Roy M. d.1965.

Additional Note

Professor of Psychology; Professor of Psychology in the UCLA School of Medicine.
 

Dorsee, Ruth.

 

Downess, C.S.

 

Dracup, Kathleen.

 

Drolet, Aimee.

 

Du Bois, Chartolle.

 

Dudley, George.

 

Duke, C. Martin.

 

Dummit, Dennis. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Dunlap, Knight.

 

Dunn, Max.

 

Durant, Henry.

 

Dutton, W.H.

 

Dyer, James S.

 

Dykstra, Clarence Addison. b.1883-d.1950.

Additional Note

UCLA Provost, 1945-1950.
 

Eby, Harbey L.

 

Echols, Reggie. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Eckbo, Garrett.

 

Edwards, Sebastian.

 

Effenbach, Leah.

 

Eiteman, David K. b. 1930..

 

Ellis, J.W.

 

Emerson, Gladys.

 

Engelke, Marian Elizabeth. b.1921 - d.2009 December 25.

Additional Note

Library staff artist, 1964-1984.
 

Erickson, Christopher.

 

Erlenkotter, Donald. b. 1938..

 

Erlichman, John (UCLA 1948).

Additional Note

Erlichman was a member of the administrative staff for U.S. President Richard M. Nixon. SEE ALSO: Commencement, 1948 (Photograph Collections).
 

Euler, Esther.

 

Ewing, Majl.

 

Falick, Abe.

 

Farmer, Larry.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team, 1970-1972.
 

Farr, Mel. 1965, n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Fearing, Franklin.

 

Fernald, Grace Maxwell.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty in Psychology. Grace Maxwell Fernald served as director of the Fernald School, formerly known as the Clinic School, from its founding in 1921 until 1946.
 

Fielding, Gordon J.

 

Fields, Kenny.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984.
 

Fielstra, Clarence.

 

Fisher, Raymond.

 

Fisher, S.C.

 

Fite, A.G.

 

Fitzgibbon, Russell H.

 

Flamholtz, Eric. b. 1943..

 

Fleming, Ed.

 

Fletcher, John Gould.

 

Flores, Mike. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Fogel, Walter A. b. 1932 - d. 2003..

 

Forman, Mildred.

 

Foster, Rod.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.
 

Fox, Richard.

 

Frampton, Paul.

 

Francisco, Kent. 1963.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Frand, Jason L. b. 1942..

 

Frankenbach, Edwin.

 

Frederickson, Hansena.

 

Friedlander, Sheldon K. b.1927 - d.2007.

Additional Note

UCLA Parsons Professor of Chemical Engineering.
 

Frisbee, Ira N.

 

Geis, George T.

 

Gengerelli, J.A.

 

Geoffrion, Arthur. b. 1937..

 

Gerard, Dora.

 

Gershwin, George.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photograph of George Gershwin playing "Strike Up the Band" with members of UCLA's Delta Gamma Sorority[?] (1937 February 2).
 

Geske, Robert L.

 

Ghedai, Abebe.

 

Gibling, Dorothy S.

 

Gibson, Arthur C.

Additional Note

Director, UCLA Botanical Garden.
 

Gilhousen, Howard C. b.1895 - d.1969.

Additional Note

Professor UCLA Department of Psychology; department chair, 1955-1959.
 

Gimbel, Jake.

 

Glazier, Harriet.

 

Glendinning, R.M.

 

Goddard, Vera(?) R.

 

Gold, Marvin H. (UCLA 1937)

Additional Note

UCLA undergraduate, B.S. in Chemistry (1937). Became highly regarded defense and aerospace industry researcher.
 

Goldman, Don.

 

Goldschmidt, Walter.

 

Goldwater, Barry.

 

Golino, Carlo.

 

Gonzalez, Simon.

 

Goodman, Richard A. b. 1939 - d. 2004..

 

Goodrich, Gail. 1963.

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Goodspeed, Edgar J.

 

Goodwin, John Edward.

 

Gordon, Dianne.

 

Goss, Hilton.

 

Graham, Malbone.

 

Granfield, Michael E. b. 1943..

 

Grannis, Lawrence C.

 

Grant, U.S.

 

Graves, Glenn W.

 

Gray, Greta.

 

Gray, Hilda M.

 

Gray, Hugh J. b.1900 Sep 4-d.1981 Feb 13.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Theater Arts (Motion Picture and Television).
 

Gray, Hugh.

 

Gray, Stuart.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1982, 1983, 1984.
 

Greenberger, Martin.

 

Gregor, Howard.

 

Grenit, A.

 

Grider, Dallas. 1965.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Grinblatt, Mark S.

 

Griffith, [ ? ].

 

Grunewald, L.

 

Gustafson, Mark. 1967.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Haar, Charles.

 

Haefner, Harold.

 

Haggerty, Ron.

 

Hahn, Eloise.

 

Hale, Gerry A.

 

Halley, William.

 

Halmo, F.F.

 

Halpern, Steven Joel (UCLA 1973).

Additional Note

Halpern served as UCLA undergraduate student body president, 1972-1973.
 

Hamill, Harold L.

 

Hamilton, Andrew.

 

Hammond, George P.

 

Hand, Wayland.

 

Hannum, Paul.

 

Hanssens, Dominique.

 

Harlow, Neal.

 

Harries, Keith.

 

Harrison, Gilbert (UCLA 1937).

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of: Hal Levy, Gilbert Harrison, William Okie - founders of The Conference Press - with author William Saroyan (c.1936); Gilbert Harrison and Page Ackerman viewing UCLA Library Gertrude Stein exhibition (1974).

Additional Note

Gilbert Harrison was editor of "The New Republic."
 

Harshberger, Edith.

 

Hartshorn, Elizabeth.

 

Hartsock, Donald.

 

Hassan, Hasson I.

 

Hassenplug, Lulu.

 

Haupt, Arthur W.

 

Hausen, Victor.

 

Hauster, Richard.

 

Hawkins, Alma.

 

Hayn, Carla.

 

Hazen, Bessie Ella.

 

Hazzard, Walt.

 

Hazzard, Walt.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member, 1962-1964; UCLA men's basketball coach, 1984/1985 to 1987/1988.
 

Healy, Jack.

 

Hechtman, B.

 

Hedrick, Earle Raymond. b.1897 - d.1943.

Additional Note

UCLA Provost, 1937-1942.
 

Hefferman, Helen.

 

Heifitz, Jascha.

 

Henderson, John D.

 

Henderson, Scott. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Hernandez, Joaquin.

 

Heron, Alexander.

 

Hershey, Mira. d.1930.

Additional Note

Also known as Almira Parker Hershey.
 

Hestenes, R.

 

Hildemann, William H.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Infectious Diseases; UCLA Professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology; Director, Dental Research Institute, UCLA School of Dentistry (1972 March).
 

Hirshleifer, David A. b. 1958..

 

Hitch, Charles J.

 

Hodgson, James Day. b. 1915 - d. 2012..

 

Hodgson, Robert W.

 

Hoeber, Ralph C. b. 1898 - d. 1978..

 

Hoffleit, Herbert B.

 

Hoffman, Paul.

 

Hogge, C.W.

 

Hoisch, Al. 1947?.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Holloway, Chuck. 1956.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Holton, Karl.

 

Holton, Michael.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.
 

Holzer, Robert E.

 

Hood, Mantle.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty in Music, Institute of Ethnomusicology, and Ethnomusicology.
 

Hooker, Evelyn N.

 

Hoover, Louise Brown. (UCLA 1930)

 

Hoover, Thelner. (UCLA 1930)

 

Horgan, Paul. 1964.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Horn, Andrew Harlis. b.1914 - d.1983.

 

Horn, Andrew.

 

Horvath, Ronald.

 

Houser, Frederick.

 

Houston, [ ? ].

 

Hughes, Patricia J. b. 1943 - d. 2007..

 

Humason, L.H.

 

Humphreys, Clara.

 

Hunt, B.M.

 

Hunt, Gary.

 

Hurd, [ ? ].

 

Hussey, Luther.

 

Hustvedt, Sigurd B.

 

Hutchinson, [ ? ].

 

Hutchinson, John E. b. 1921..

 

Huxley, Aldous.

 

Hyde, Edith.

 

Inskeep, Edward Lee.

 

Iturbi, Jose.

 

Izzard, [ ? ].

 

Jackey, David F.

 

Jackson, James R. b. 1924 - d. 2011..

 

Jackson, John B. (UCLA 1927)

 

Jackson, Ralph.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984.
 

Jacoby, Neil H. b. 1909 - d. 1979..

 

Jacoby, Stanford M. b. 1953..

 

Jensen, Thomas Arden.

 

Jessen, Raymond J. b. 1910 - d. 2003..

 

Johnson, [ ? ].

 

Johnson, Kermit. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Johnson, Lyndon Baines.

Additional Note

U.S. President; attended 1964 UCLA Charter Day.
 

Johnson, Marques.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977.
 

Johnson, Rafer.

 

Johnson, Ralph P.

 

Jones, Greg. 1967-1968.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Jones, Marian Anne Bunker (UCLA 1949, M.A. 1954)

 

Kaplan, Abraham.

 

Kaplan, Joseph.

 

Karst, Kenneth L.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Law.
 

Keislar, Evan R.

 

Keller, A.D.

 

Kelly, W.P.

 

Kendricks, Marv. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Kennedy, George C. b.1920 - d.1980 March 18.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP).
 

Kennedy, Mary (Mrs. E. J.)

Additional Note

UCLA Curator in Fine Arts.
 

Kennel, Charles F.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Physics.
 

Kerckhoff, William George. b.1856 March 30 - d.1929 February 22.

 

Kerr, Clark.

 

Ketteringham, William James.

 

Kichesky, Mrs. Boris

 

Kickert, Ronald.

 

King, Kermit C.

 

King, Martin Luther, Jr.

 

Kinsey, Doug.

 

Kinsey, Edgar Lee.

 

Kinsey, Midge.

 

Kinsman, Bob.

 

Kirby, Patrick.

 

Klingberg, Frank J.

 

Klopper, Bruno.

 

Klutznick, Philip.

 

Knudsen, Vern O.

 

Koontz, Harold.

 

Koontz, Louis K.

 

Kostanick, Louis.

 

Koyama, Janice.

Additional Note

Assistant/Associate University Librarian for Public Services (c.1991-2002); interim University Librarian (2002-August 2003).
 

Koza, Michael P. b. 1951..

 

Krause, Anna.

 

Kremenliev, Boris A. b. 1911 May 23 - d. 1988 Apr 25.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty in Music.
 

Krishnan, Radha.

 

Kunselman, Joan.

 

Kurrasch, Roy. 1946.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Laczel, James.

 

Lamson, Baldwin G.

Additional Note

Director of Hospitals and Clinics, Associate Dean of the School of Medicine.
 

Lang, Fritz.

Scope and Content Note

Images from UCLA Extension Tribute Series featuring Fritz Lang, 1964.
 

Laskowski, Edward.

 

Laughlin, Helen Matthewson.

 

Lazier, Ed.

 

Lee, David R.

 

Lee, Robert Edward.

 

Lefschetz, Solomon.

 

Leonard, Frederick.

 

Leonard, Robert W.

 

Lepisto, Vic. 1966.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Leppard, Henry.

 

Lewis, Benjamin G.

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Trope Lewis, Rosalee Diane (UCLA 1942).
 

Lewis, F. Wesley.

 

Lie-gan, [ ? ].

 

Lierer, Paul.

 

Lobanov, Andre.

 

Lockie, Dave.

 

Lockman, Ron.

 

Lodge, Ardis.

 

Logan, Richard.

 

Longueil, Alfred E.

 

Longway, Harry J.

 

Love, J.

 

Lubetzky, Seymour. b.1898 April 28-d.2003.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, School of Library Service; UC Regents Honorary Doctor of Laws (1969).
 

Luchs, George.

 

Lukather, Paul.

 

Lynn, Michael.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1965, 1966, 1968.
 

Lyon, Gretchen.

 

MacDonald, Gordon J.F.

 

MacInnis, James.

 

MacQueen, James. b. 1929..

 

Madden, [ ? ].

 

Magoun, Horace Winchell. b.1907 - d.1991 Mar. 6.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Anatomy; 1950 - founding chair of UCLA Anatomy; founded the UCLA Brain Research Institute.
 

Mahler, Anna.

Additional Note

Sculptor; appointed UCLA Lecturer in Art 1951 September; daughter of Gustav Mahler (composer and conductor) and Anna Mahler-Werfel.
 

Mallon, Marguerite.

 

Malone, Gertrude.

 

Manning, Don. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Mansfield, Harold.

 

Marrocco, W. Thomas.

 

Mason, W.E.

 

Mathis, Judge.

 

Matsumura, Ella Mae. b. 1952..

 

Mattern, Marion.

 

Maverick, Lewis A.

 

Maxwell, Olga.

 

Mayers, David. b. 1936..

 

McAteer, Tim. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

McBride, George M.

 

McBride, George McCutchen. b.1876 October 11 - d.1971 October 7.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Geography, 1922-1948.
 

McClellan, Myrta.

 

McCluskey, F. Dean.

 

McCormick, Mona. b.1930 - d.1994 June 30.

Additional Note

UCLA reference librarian.
 

McCullough, James Douglas. b.1905 May 17 - d.1985 January 28.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus.
 

McCutchan, Joseph W. b.1917 December 24 - d.1982 October 15.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, Chemical, Nuclear and Thermal Engineering Department.
 

McDonald, [ ? ].

 

McDonough, John J.

 

McFadden, [ ? ].

 

McIntosh, Doug.

Additional Note

Men's basketball, 1964-1965.
 

McIntosh, Douglas.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1964, 1965, 1966.
 

McKenzie, Harriett.

 

McKenzie, Roderick.

 

McKinley, Arthur Patch.

 

McKinnon, D.S.

 

McLaughlin, Katherine.

 

McLean, Ephraim R. b. 1936..

 

McManus, George Stewart. b.1886-.

 

McManus, Regina.

 

McMillan, William George, Jr. 1919-2002.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry; department chair, 1959-1965.
 

McNeil, Robert J.

 

McNulty, [ ? ].

 

McPhail, Annie.

 

McWinney, William H.

 

Melkanof, [ ? ].

 

Meriam, J.L.

 

Merrill, Robert Valentine.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor French Department.
 

Meyers, Frederic. b. 1917 - d. 1999..

 

Michaelis, Helen.

Physical Description: color slides

Additional Note

Curator, Rock Art Collection. UCLA Institute of Archaeology.
 

Miles, Paul.

 

Miller, Bruce.

 

Miller, Clinton E.

 

Miller, Earl J.

 

Miller, Gardner.

 

Miller, Hugh.

 

Miller, James.

 

Miller, Kent. 1960.

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Miller, Loye Holmes.

 

Miller, Norman P.

 

Miller, Pierre A.

 

Millspaugh, Jessie F.

 

Mink, James Valentine. b.1923-.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1966 image of Adelaide Tussler Schippers, Don Schippers, and James Mink planning first [national?] Oral History Colloquium (Oak Creek Canyon, New Mexico).
 

Mitchell, Daniel J. B.

 

Mitchell-Kernan, Claudia.

Additional Note

UCLA Vice Chancellor Graduate Studies (c.1995- )
 

Mittelbach, Frank G. b. 1924..

 

Mitoma, Judy.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty, World Arts and Cultures; Director - Center for Intercultural Performance (World Arts and Cultures).
 

Modry, Southard.

 

Moore, Ernest Carroll.

 

Moore, Everett T.

 

Moore, Jean Macalister. b.1907 - 2001 August 21.

Additional Note

Jean M. Moore served as the first art librarian, UCLA Library; wife of Everett T. Moore, former head of the UCLA Library Reference Department.
 

Moore, Kate Gordon.

 

Moore, W.T.

 

Morgan, J.D.

 

Morgan, J.D. (UCLA 1941) b.1919 - d.1980 December 16.

Additional Note

J.D. Morgan served as Head Tennis Coach (1950-1963) and as Director of Athletics (1963 July-1980 June).
 

Morrison, Donald.

 

Morton, William S.

 

Moser, Marian (UCLA 1948).

Additional Note

SEE: Commencement, 1948. (Photograph Collection)
 

Muller, Steven (UCLA 1948).

Additional Note

President of the Johns Hopkins University, 1972-1990.
 

Mulloy, William J.

 

Murphy, Franklin David. b. 1916 jan 29 - d.1994 jun 16.

Additional Note

UCLA Chancellor (1960 September 23-1968).
 

Murphy, Judith (Mrs. Franklin D.)

 

Murray, James.

 

Murray, William E.

 

Naden, Kenneth.

 

Nakamoto, Kent. b. 1952..

 

Nehru, Jawaharlal. 1961 November.

Additional Note

India Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visited UCLA in 1961 November 14.
 

Neiburger, Morris.

 

Neutra, Richard.

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of Richard Neutra and UCLA Chancellor Raymond B. Allen.

Additional Note

Los Angeles-based architect.
 

Newcomer, Victor D. b.1916 April 5 - d.2002 March 15.

Additional Note

Professor of Medicine/Dermatology, 1961-1973.
 

Neylan, John Francis.

 

Nicklin, Peter.

 

Nixon, Charles Robert. b.1917 August 9.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor Political Science, 1947-[c.1998].
 

Nofziger, Edward C. (UCLA 1936)

 

Noga, Michael.

 

Norsworthy, Stan.

 

Nostrand, Richard.

 

Nunis, Doyce B., Jr.

 

O'Donnell, Cyril J. b. 1900 - d. 1976..

 

Ogden, [ ? ].

 

Ohen, Don.

 

O'Leary, Agnes.

 

O'Leary, Prentice. 1963.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Olsen?

 

Orbach, Raymond.

 

Orfield, Gary.

 

Osborne, Alfred E. Jr. b. 1944..

 

Osuga, William.

 

Ouchi, William G. b. 1943..

 

Pagen, William.

 

Paige, Lowell.

 

Paine, Thomas O.

 

Palmer, [ ? ].

 

Parish, John Carl.

 

Park, Donald K.

 

Park, Rosemary.

 

Patterson, Steve. n.d..

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Pauley, Edwin W.

 

Pecsok, R.L.

 

Pederson, Jay.

 

Pegrum, Dudley.

 

Perkins, Rollin M.

 

Perloff, Harvey.

 

Petit, Roger.

 

Phelps, Waldo Woodson. b.1918 June 15 - d.2004 Jan 31.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Rhetoric (Dept. of English); instrumental in the founding of the Dept. of Speech and served as chair (1964-1971).
 

Phillips, Robert.

 

Pierskalla, William. b. 1934..

 

Pillsbury, A.F.

 

Plough, Estella.

 

Plunkett, O.A.

 

Popenoe, Wilson.

 

Popper, Jan.

 

Postley, John.

 

Postley, Judy Colyer (UCLA 1945)

 

Pound, Roscoe.

 

Powell, Alan.

 

Powell, Lawrence Clark. b.1906 September 3 - d.2001 March 14.

Additional Note

UCLA Librarian (1944-1961); Director, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (1944-1966) founder and Dean, UCLA School of Library Service (1959-1966).
 

Png, Ivan P. L. b. 1957..

 

Prasow, Paul. b. 1915 - d. 1982..

 

Preston, James.

 

Profit, Mel. 1962.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Prothro, J. Thompson "Tommy."

Additional Note

UCLA football coach, 1965-1970.
 

Prothro, Tommy. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Puckett, William.

 

Purdy, Rick. n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Putnam, William C.

Additional Note

UCLA Faculty - Geology.
 

Rada, Edward Louis. 1916-2005.

 

Raia, Anthony P. b. 1928 - d. 2012..

 

Rajaram, Kumar.

 

Ralston, Lee W.

 

Ramsey, James Blaine. b.1892 April 20 - d.1965 October 16.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, 1923-1965.
 

Reagan, Ronald.

 

Rees, John David.

 

Regents.

 

Richardson, John. 1964.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Richardson, Leon J.

 

Richman, Barry. d. 1978..

 

Rieber, Charles Henry. b.1966 - d.1948.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Philosophy; namesake of Rieber Hall.
 

Ringer, Lee.

 

Robbins, George W. b. 1905 - d. 1994..

 

Roberts, Bessie.

 

Roberts, Jim.

 

Robinson, Jack Roosevelt (Jackie). b.1919 - d.1972.

Additional Note

Attended UCLA 1939-1941.
 

Robson, J. Wesley.

 

Rodgers, Frank "Pepper."

Additional Note

UCLA football Head Coach 1971-1973.
 

Rogers, Bob.

 

Rolfe, Franklin P.

 

Roll, Richard W.

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor.

 

Roper, Hugh Trevor.

 

Rose, Frances E.

 

Rose, John.

 

ROTC.

 

Rouch, Jane.

 

Rowe, Curtis. n.d..

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Royce, Josiah.

 

Rubel, John H.

 

Rubsamen, Walter H.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Music.
 

Rumelt, Richard P.

 

Russell, Richard.

 

Sakakibara, Mariko.

 

Salisbury, Ethel.

 

Salle, Anthony.

 

Salveson, M.

 

Sanders, Cora E.

Additional Note

First Librarian (curator) of the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.
 

Sanders, Henry R. "Red."

Additional Note

UCLA football coach, 1949-1957.
 

Sanders, Henry Russell.

 

Saner, Neville.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1967, 1968.
 

Santa Clara, Perdo.

 

Sarin, Rakesh K.

 

Sarnat, Bernard G. b.1912 September 1.

Scope and Content Note

Includes selected images from the UCLA School of Dentristry's Bernard G. Sarnat International Lectureship In Bone Biology.

Additional Note

Professor of Oral Biology (UCLA School of Dentristry).
 

Sawhill, Clarence.

Additional Note

Clarence Sawhill, UCLA Band Director (1952-1972).
 

Saxon, David.

 

Sayles, Edward M.

 

Schifrin, Lalo.

 

Schmidt, Robert.

 

Schoenberg, Arnold.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Music (1936-1944); Faculty Research Lecturer (1941).
 

Schollhammer, Hans.

 

Schomaker, C.B.

 

Schottland, Charles.

 

Schreiner, Alexander.

Additional Note

UCLA organist (1930-1939); later became principal organist for the Mormon Tabernacle.
 

Schultz, David (Dave).

Scope and Content Note

Includes photograph taken during 1984 Olympics (Los Angeles) wrestling 75 kg. weight division.
 

Schultz, Edith.

 

Schwartz, Eduardo S.

 

Schwartz, Murray L.

 

Scothorn, Carol.

Additional Note

UCLA faculty, Dance.
 

Scott, Carol Ann.

 

Scott, Flora Murray.

 

Seaman, Josephine E.

Additional Note

Los Angeles State Normal School (LASNS) instructor of grammar and word analysis.
 

Sebo, Laurie.

 

See, Elliot.

 

Segel, Pearl.

 

Selznick, [ ? ].

 

Shaw, Charles E.

 

Sheats, Paul H. b.1907.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Education; Dean, University Extension.
 

Shelton, Cynthia.

Additional Note

Associate University Librarian for Collections and Technical Services (appointed September 1999).
 

Sherwood, Foster.

 

Sherwood, G.E.

 

Shneidman, Edwin S. (UCLA 1938, M.A. 1940) b.1918 May 13 - d.2009 May.

Additional Note

UCLA Prof. of Medical Psychology (1970-1975, Neuropsychiatric Institute); UCLA Professor of Thanatology (1975-1988, Neuropsychiatric Institute). Founder of the Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center (1958) and the American Association of Suicidology (1968).
 

Simons, Harry.

 

Sindell, Steve. 1963.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Skinner, Carl.

 

Slagle, Larry. 1966.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Slaughter, Fred.

 

Slichter, Louis B.

 

Slichter, Louis Byrne. b.1896-d.1978.

Additional Note

UCLA Emeritus Professor of Geophysics; Director, UCLA Instiute of Geophysics; UC Thirty-eighth Annual Faculty Lecturer (1963).
 

Smirnoff, [ ? ].

 

Smith, James.

 

Smith, Keith V. b. 1937 - d. 2011..

 

Smith, Laura.

 

Smith, Lawrence.

 

Smith, Page. [Charles Page Smith] b.1917-d.1995.

Additional Note

UCLA History faculty (1952-1964); founding Provost of Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz (1964).
 

Smith, W.S.

 

Smith, William A.

 

Smith, William French.

 

Smith, Wilbur J. (Jordan)

 

Sognnaes, R.F.

 

Solari, Al. 1942?.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Sood, Sanjay.

 

Soper, E.K.

 

Soto, Raymond.

Scope and Content Note

2002 August 2 retirement party photographs.
 

Sowers, J.K.

 

Spaulding, William.

 

Spencer, Joseph.

 

Spender, John-Christopher. b. 1936..

 

Speroni, Charles. b.1911 - d.1984.

Additional Note

Dean, College of Fine Arts (1968-1979).
 

Spiegel, Irving.

 

Splansky, Joel.

 

Spousler, O.L.

 

Sprong, David Henry, Jr.

Additional Note

UCLA Clinical Professor of Surgery.
 

Sproul, Ida W. (Mrs. Robert Gordon Sproul)

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon.

 

Sprowls, R. Clay. b. 1921 - d. 2010..

 

Stamp, Dudley L.S.E.

 

Stanley, Raymond.

 

Stark-Cavette, Nola.

 

Starr, Chauncey.

 

Stead, Tom.

 

Stein, Jules.

 

Steiner, George A. b. 1912..

 

Stevenson, Adlai.

 

Stewart, F.M.

 

Stockwell, Marvel.

 

Stoddard, A.J.

 

Stone, Hosmer W.

 

Stoutemyer, V.T.

 

Strauss, Lewis L.

 

Stravinsky, Igor.

 

Strode, Woodrow Wilson Woolwine "Woody" (UCLA attended 1936/37-1939/40). b.1914 July 25 - d.1994 December 31.

Additional Note

UCLA football player and film actor.
 

Subrahmanyam, Avanidhar.

 

Suits, Peter.

 

Sullivan, Ellen.

 

Sumner, Anne (UCLA 1926). b.1904 July - d.2008 February 9.

 

Sussman, Eric.

 

Sutherland, Gene.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1967, 1968.
 

Svenson, Elvin V.

 

Svenson, Elwin Victor. b.1926 February 12.

Additional Note

UCLA Vice Chancellor for Institutional Relations (appointed 1975 July).
 

Swami, Sri Ratnam.

 

Swanson, E. Burton.

 

Swedenberg, Hugh.

 

Tabush, Victor C.

 

Tacionis, [ ? ].

 

Takizawa, Bill Hideaki.

 

Tang, Sui (Chris).

 

Tannenbaum, Robert. b. 1915 - d. 2003..

 

Taylor, Craig.

 

Templin, E.K.

 

Terasaki, Paul I.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Surgery.
 

Terza, Dante D.

 

Thomas, Evalyn Ann. b.1870 - d.1950.

Additional Note

Los Angeles State Normal School faculty in Reading; UCLA faculty in English. Produced and directed numerous student productions of Greek tragedy from c.1916 to 1938.
 

Thomas, Terry.

 

Thompson, Helen B.

 

Thompson, Orsie M.

 

Thorne-Rider, Sir Frederick.

 

Thornton, Margaret.

 

Tidball, Jack. c.1933.

Additional Note

Player on UCLA Men's Tennis team.
 

Tiselius, A.

 

Titman, Sheridan D. b. 1954..

 

Titus, C.H.

 

Topping, [ ? ].

 

Torous, Walter N.

 

Toure, Sekou.

 

Townsend, Colleen.

 

Tribus, Myron.

 

Troll, Carl.

 

Trope Lewis, Rosalee Diane (UCLA 1942).

Additional Note

Rosalee Diane Trope was college poet laureate of California. SEE ALSO: Lewis, Benjamin G.
 

Trueblood, Kenneth.

 

Truman, Harry.

 

Turner, Justin G.

 

Turner, Ralph H.

 

Turner, Robert.

 

Tyler, Louise L. d.2004.

 

Tyler, Randy. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Uhlendorf, Bernard.

 

Underhill, Robert.

 

Underwood, Herbert W.

 

Ungerleider, J. Thomas.

 

Upham, J.S.

 

Valentine, Fred A.

 

Vallely, John. n.d..

Additional Note

Basketball men
 

Van Vliet, Robert C., Jr.

 

Varney, Burton.

 

Veatch, H.W.

 

Verger, Morris D.

 

Vernoy, Terry. 1971.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Vijayaraghavan, P.K.

 

Von Grunebaum, Giselle. (Mrs. Gustav E. von Grunebaum)

 

Vosper, Robert Gordon. b.1913-d.1994.

 

Waddell, Charles W.

 

Wagner, Roger.

 

Waite, Robert.

 

Walker, John. 1963.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Walker, Melville.

 

Wallace, E.C.

 

Wallace, W.P.

 

Warner, A.H.

 

Warren, Edgar.

 

Warren, Michael.

Additional Note

UCLA men's basketball team member: 1966, 1967, 1968.
 

Warren, Mrs. Stafford L.

 

Warren, Stafford Leak. b.1896 - d.1981.

 

Washington, Kenneth "Kenny" Stanley (UCLA 1941). b.1918 August 31 - d.1971 June 24.

Additional Note

UCLA football player; was the first UCLA football player to be designated a consensus All-American; was voted UCLA football team's MVP [most valuable player] in 1939.
 

Watts, Alan.

 

Waxman, Franz.

 

Webber, H.J.

 

Webster, Lloyd E.

 

Weicker, Steve.

 

Weil, Leonard.

 

Weinstein, Saul.

 

Welch, Ivo.

 

Welch, Jay (UCLA 19--).

Additional Note

SEE ALSO: Royce Hall. organ (Photogaph Files)
 

Wellman, Paul.

 

Westergaard, Waldemar.

 

Weston, J. Frederick. b. 1916 - d. 2009..

 

Westra, Dorothy.

 

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide.

 

White, Eric Wyndham.

 

White, Howard.

 

White, Johnny. 1963.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Whitice, Belle H.

 

Whymont, William.

 

Widmer, Don. 1967.

Additional Note

Football men
 

Wildman, Samuel G.

 

Williams, D.C.

 

Williams, Gordon R.

 

Williams, Harold M. b. 1928..

 

Williams, Robert. b. 1913 - d. 2001..

 

Willison, Bruce G.

 

Wilson, Charles Z., Jr.

Additional Note

UCLA Assistant Vice Chancellor, Education Planning (1968-1970); UCLA Vice Chancellor Academic Programs (1970-1984).
 

Wilson, Florence.

 

Wilson, Howard E.

Additional Note

Dean, UCLA School of Education, 1955 July.
 

Wilson, James Q. b. 1931 - d. 2012..

 

Wilt, [ ? ].

 

Winstein, Saul. d.1969.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor of Chemistry, 1941-1969.
 

Winter, William.

 

Winters, Grace E.

 

Witcher, Dick. 1964.

Additional Note

Football men
 

With, Karl Eberhard. b.1891 - d.1980.

Additional Note

UCLA Professor, Department of Art (Art History).
 

Wittenborg, Karin.

 

Wolf, Cheryl.

 

Wolf, Lulu.

 

Wolpert, Julian.

 

Wooden, John.

 

Woodridge, "Virginia."

 

Woodworth, Dorothy.

 

Worthington, E.R.

 

Wright, Frances.

 

Wright, Kenneth.

 

Wyle, D.C.

 

Yeargain, Eloisa.

 

Yoshino, Michael Y.

 

Yost, S. William.

 

Young, Charles Edward. b.1931 December 30 -.

Additional Note

UCLA Chancellor (1968 September 1 to 1997 June 30).
 

Young, Nona.

 

Young, Sue K. b.1932 - d.2001.

Additional Note

Wife of UCLA Chancellor Charles E. Young.
 

Young, William G.

 

Zeidberg, David.

 

Zeitlin, Jake.

 

Zener, [ ? ].

 

Zeno, Larry. 1963, n.d..

Additional Note

Football men
 

Zhang, Shi.

 

Zierer, Clifford.

 

Zierer, Paul.

 

Zorn, Max.

 

Zumeta, William M. b. 1947..

 

Zweers, John.