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Title
Los Angeles City College student with shelves of rocks and minerals, Los Angeles, circa 1933-1938
Contributor
University of California, Los Angeles. -- Library. -- Dept. of Special Collections (repository)
Bartlett, Adelbert, 1887-1966 (photographer)
Los Angeles City College (subject)
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection
Bartlett (Adelbert) Papers
Rights Information
copyrighted
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Description
Text from negative sleeve: 1931 to 5/24/38. 2949. LAJC [Los Angeles Junior College], LA City College. Printed & extra, some good for magazines
Male student, holding book, standing near shelves displaying labelled rocks and minerals
The earliest acetate negatives in this collection date to 1933
Los Angeles City College was called Los Angeles Junior College when it opened in 1929.
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic negative
Identifier
edu.ucla.library.specialCollections.bartlett:534
uclamss_1300_0525
0525
ark:/21198/zz002bdqdz
Language
No linguistic content
Subject
Geology -- Study and teaching -- California -- Los Angeles
Students -- California -- Los Angeles
Place
California
Los Angeles
Relation
Adelbert Bartlett Papers. Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA

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