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Panoramic view of the UCLA Westwood campus
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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A panoramic view of the UCLA Westwood campus, shortly after it opened in 1929. View is looking from the golf course of the Bel Air Country Club. The body of water shown is the Sunset Resevoir. The twin towers of Royce Hall may be seen in the middle of this photo. Building was built in 1928-29 and designed by Allison and Allison, Architects. Powell Library is on the right and was built in 1927-29. To the far right is Moore Hall, currently under construction. Building was completed in 1930. Both buildings were designed by architect George W. Kelham. All three buildings were constructed in a northern Italian Romanesque Revival style.
1 photograph :b&w
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Security Pacific National Bank Collection
L.A.-Universities and colleges-UCLA-Construction.; N-002-462 8x10
University of California, Los Angeles
College buildings--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
Universities and colleges--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
Libraries--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
Kelham, George W.(George William),1871-1936
Westwood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Allison & Allison

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