Inventory of the Geography Department Faculty and Student Research, 1920-1983
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Title: Geography Department Faculty and Student Research
Date (inclusive): 1920-1983
Record Series number: 34
Creator: University of California, Los Angeles.
3 boxes (1.2 linear feet).
University of California, Los Angeles. Library.
Department of Special Collections. University Archives.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
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Source of Acquisition/Provenance
Geography Department. Transfer, 14 May 1986.
[Identification of item], Geography Department Faculty and Student Research (Record Series number 34). Department of Special
Collections, University Archives, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.
Classes in Geography were offered when the Los Angeles State Normal School opened its
doors in 1882; thirteen years later in 1895, the Geography Department was formally
established as an academic unit. Prior to 1919, when the Los Angeles State of California
system the Geography Department was primarily concerned with the training of secondary
school teachers. After 1920 more emphasis was placed on training of researchers and
preparing students for graduate studies. Graduate courses leading to the M.A. degree were
added to the department's curriculum in 1934-35, and the Ph.D. program was added in
Faculty and Student Research of the Geography Department, 1920-1983. Record Series 34
Scope and Content Note
Contains edited text, photographs, and illustrations for George McBride's work, "The
Tropical Highlands of America" and text of H. Friis's "Journal of My Geographical
Arranged chronologically by date of activity or creation of document.