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Aerial view of UCLA during construction
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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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Both buildings were built in 1928-29, and designed by Allison and Allison, Architects. Haines Hall, right rear, was built in 1928. Powell Library, center left, was built in 1927-29. Moore Hall (under construction), in foreground, was built in 1930. These three buildings were designed by architect George W. Kelham. All five campus buildings were constructed in a northern Italian Romanesque Revival style.
Aerial view of the UCLA campus during construction. View shows Royce Hall, left rear, and the Physics building, center right.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
L.A.-Universities and colleges-UCLA-Construction; A-001-770 4x5; A-001-779 4x5
University of California, Los Angeles
Universities and colleges--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
College buildings--Design and construction--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
Romanesque revival (Architecture)--California--Westwood (Los Angeles)
Aerial photographs
Kelham, George W.(George William),1871-1936
Westwood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Westwood (Los Angeles, Calif.)--Aerial views
Allison & Allison
Time Period

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