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Robert V. Hine papers
UA 083  
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This collection includes manuscripts, A/V materials, correspondence, and other materials from Robert V. Hine, Professor Emeritus of History. Includes several manuscripts of his published works; materials on the Irvine Ranch, Irvine Corporation, and the Llano Cooperative Colony; and records documenting the early academics of UC Riverside.
Robert V. Hine (1921-2015) was a founding member of the University of California, Riverside faculty where he taught history from 1954 to 1990. He was born in Los Angeles, California, attended UCLA and received his undergraduate degree from Pomona College in 1948. Hine went on to do graduate work at Yale University where he was awarded a PhD in 1952. Professor Hine joined UC Riverside as a founding member of the History Department and served as department chair from 1962 to 1967. He was a prolific writer and published over ten books on the history of the American West, California, and utopianism as well as textbooks, several works of fiction, and memoirs. Hine retired from UC Riverside in 1990 and moved to Irvine, CA where he held the title of Professor Recalled at UC Irvine.
5 linear feet
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This collection is open for research.