Sunday, January 4, 2015

UCLA History: Map from the Sixties

Quiet time in the news while we await tomorrow's inaugural address and state of the state address by the governor tomorrow.

Yours truly came across "The Centennial of the University of California" in the Santa Monica Library.  It was published in 1968, the centennial of the founding of UC's campus at Berkeley.  The map on the left shows the UCLA campus as it was in 1965.  What is now the Anderson School of Management complex appears in the building now occupied by the Luskin School of Public Affairs.  You will find other differences between now and then, especially in the medical area of south campus.

This is a cellphone photo and hence not of the best resolution.  Clicking on it will enlarge the image.

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