Record Series 493 contains "Running on Empty: The Travel Patterns of Extremely Poor People in Los Angeles," generated by students
of the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The School of Architecture and Urban Planning opened for instruction in 1966 in response to the rapid urbanization of Southern
California and the growing need in the region for architects and urban planners. The two-year master's program emphasized
design-oriented studio work based strongly on the social and technological sciences. George A. Dudley was appointed the first
dean of the school in 1964, almost two years prior to the arrival of the first students.
1.6 linear ft.
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