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Aerial view of campus, ca. 1968
Date Created and/or Issued
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UC Irvine, Libraries, University Archives
Early Campus Photograph Albums
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Scope/Content: UCI inner ring clockwise starting at six o'clock: Engineering buildings under construction, Physical Sciences opened in the fall of 1968, Science Lecture Hall (now Schneiderman Lecture Hall), Biological Sciences I (formerly Natural Sciences, now Steinhaus Hall), Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Sciences (now Krieger Hall), Commons (now Gateway Study Center) and Library-Administration (addition under construction, now Langson Library). Upper left to right: Crawford Hall (formerly Campus Hall), handball courts and swim pool, tennis courts, baseball diamond under construction, and far right Mesa Court single student residences and Mesa Court Commons.
TIFF Image
Aerial Views
Campus grounds
Construction sites
General Campus
Early Campus Photograph Albums. AS-056. University Archives, University of California, Irvine. Finding aid for entire collection available at:
Original: 11x14" black-and-white photographic print.

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