Record Series 73 contains the administrative files of the 1964-1985 Chile Program at UCLA. Materials include correspondence,
accounting records, funding information, reports, and other documents about the activities of the Chile Program.
UCLA's International Studies and Overseas Program (ISOP) began in 1958. Formerly known as the Institute of International and
Foreign Studies (IIFP), ISOP's founding functions were to promote international interdisciplinary studies and to serve as
a liaison for government, international agencies, and international dignitaries and visitors to the university.
8.75 linear ft.
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