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Scope/Content: The Interim Office is one of UC Irvine's first two buildings constructed on the North Campus at Jamboree and Campus Drive in 1964 (the other one is the Faculty Research Facility). Dr. James March was Dean of the Division of Social Sciences. Dr. Samuel McCulloch was Dean of the Division of Humanities. They were both UCI's founding faculty. Annotations/Markings: Handwritten on sheet: "July 1965 August 1965 Moving day 1. Public affairs moving out of trailers at interim office site Charlotte Main, Margie Smith, H.B. Atwood. 2. Dean James March and news photographers. Taken from the penthouse floor of Humanities Social Sciences. Natural Sciences bldg in background. Moving Day, March, McCulloch"
Original: contact sheet of black-and-white negatives