Record Series 634 contains scrapbooks assembled by Florence Wittenburg (UCLA 1934). Scrapbooks document the university days
of Florence Wittenburg (née Blackman) and, to a lesser extent, her younger sister Frances.
Florence Wittenburg (née Blackman) (UCLA 1934) was the first co-ed appointed to the position of editor for any UCLA publication.
Wittenburg served as editor for the award winning 1933-1934
Southern Campus (UCLA yearbook). Additionally, Wittenburg was appointed Honorary Co-ed Colonel of the ROTC at UCLA, and was heavily involved
in both greek life and several theater productions.
0.4 linear ft.
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