Corinne Seeds (1889-1969)was the principal of the Training School of the University of California, Southern Branch (1925).
In 1929, the school was renamed the University Elementary School (UES), and in the late 1940s, the school moved to the UCLA
campus with the first permanent UES buildings opening in 1950. She retired in 1957. In 1982, the school was renamed the Corinne
A. Seeds University Elementary School in her honor. The collection consists of biographical and historical materials, scrapbooks,
sample units of work, publications and studies, and photographs relating to Seeds' work at the UCLA University Elementary
Seeds was born in 1889; in 1925, she became principal of the Training School of the fledgling University of California, Southern
Branch, located on North Vermont Ave. in Los Angeles; in 1929, Seeds and the Training School moved to its first Westwood location
on Warner Ave., and the school was renamed the University Elementary School (UES); in the late 1940s the school moved to the
UCLA campus, and the first permanent UES buildings opened in 1950; Seeds retired as principal of UES in 1957; she died in
1969; in 1982, the school was renamed the Corinne A. Seeds University Elementary School in her honor.
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