Record Series 392 contains the administrative subject files of Everett T. Moore. Most of the files are related to the library,
however the collection also includes others such as the Daily Bruin, Publications, and the Student Cultural Arts program.
The bulk of the dates of the files span the 1950s and 1960s.
Everett Thomson Moore (1909-1988) was head of reference department (1946-61) and assistant university librarian and member
of the school of Library Service faculty beginning in 1961 at UCLA; member of the board of directors, American Civil Liberties
Union of Southern California, beginning in 1961; cofounder, trustee, and vice-president, Freedom to Read Foundation; Moore
brought a legal action against California Attorney General Evelle J. Younger, who claimed that individual librarians could
be prosecuted for giving juveniles access to questionable reading materials, and the California Court of Appeal ruled in Moore's
favor in 1976; Moore died on January 5, 1988.
6.8 linear ft.
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