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Title
Jim Smith, UCLA University Technician, Los Angeles, 1963
Date Created and/or Issued
[circa March 17, 1963]
Publication Information
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
Rights Information
US
Description
This photograph appears with the article "Chimes Are Not Bells...At Least Not in UCLA's Electronic Carillon," Los Angeles Times, 17 Mar. 1963: WS4.
UCLA University Technician Jim Smith working on a carillon in Schoenberg Hall.
Text from newspaper caption: Electronic Music--UCLA's chime music is not from "real" bells, but rather a product of an electronic symphonic carillon. At left, Jim Smith, university technician, adjusts mechanism inside the console. Although the sound reaches the campus through hidden speakers in the library tower, center, the music is actually played in a small basement room of Schoenberg Hall.
Type
Image
Identifier
uclamss_1429_b502_n218954_Jim_Smith_university-techinician-adjusts-UCLA-chrime-03-17-1969
ark:/21198/zz002hj7r7
Language
No linguistic content
Subject
Carillons--California--Los Angeles
University & colleges--California--Los Angeles
Industrial technicians--California--Los Angeles
Smith, Jim
University of California, Los Angeles
Source
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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